Don't you know where to find the Lords of the Fallen Pilgrim's Perch Key and where to use it? We got you covered. As in any self-respecting soulslike, Lords of the Fallen also has areas that will not be accessible from the beginning, but will have to be unlocked by finding some objects. For this reason, in this article, we will explain in detail how to obtain and where to use the Lords of the Fallen Pilgrim's Perch Key, which will allow you to access a secret area of the game world where you can find many interesting things.
How to get Pilgrim's Perch Key in Lords of the Fallen
Once you arrive in the Pilgrim's Perch area, you will immediately notice that there are many doors that cannot be opened unless you are in possession of the Lords of the Fallen Pilgrim's Perch Key. What do you have to do to get it? We explain in detail below, so that this key will no longer be a mysterious and hidden object for you.
Luckily for you, at least in this case, you won't have to spend a lot of time finding this key, as it can be purchased from a vendor located at the Skyrest Bridge. Consequently, to obtain the Lords of the Fallen Pilgrim's Perch Key, all you have to do is head to that area and interact with a knight you will see standing, named Stomund, on the right side of the Vestige. By selecting the “Buy” option from the menu that will open as soon as you interact with him, you will notice that the Pilgrim's Perch Key is available to purchase for 9500 Vigor.
For clarity, since you may be confused by this, although the object is indicated with a number one, it is not possible and it will not be necessary to purchase multiple keys, as a single key will be sufficient to open all the locked doors found in Pilgrim's Why zones. However, keep in mind that, if you decide to explore these areas, there are many enemies waiting for you, even stronger than those you have encountered up to that point in the game, such as an optional boss.
Where to use Pilgrim's Perch Key in Lords of the Fallen
Once you have purchased the Lords of the Fallen Pilgrim's Perch Key, you can use it to open various doors that were previously blocked. If you don't know which doors these are, don't worry, because we have taken care of showing you all the ones that require this specific key to be opened.
The first door you can open using this key is the one located in the area where you can find Gerlinde the Blacksmith. The second is the Bell Door which is located near the Pilgrim's Perch Bellroom, or near the Vestige of Blind Agatha. The third, however, is the Bell Door which is found in Redcopse Windmill, i.e. near the Vestige of Marco the Axe. Finally, the fourth door that can be opened using this particular key is the one located near the Umbral Flowerbed, just shortly after you arrive at Pilgrim's Perch.