Lords Of The Fallen: Where To Use The Pilgrim’s Perch Key

Wondering where to use the Pilgrim’s Perch Key in Lords of the Fallen? While there are dozens of items and locations that players will come across while exploring the parallel worlds, the Pilgrim’s Perch Key will stand out pretty early in the game. If you are a soulslike veteran then you might be aware that just like other souls game, Lords of the Fallen won’t let you access different areas in the game if you don’t have the right item or the level to pass by. And sometimes you will quite literally need a key to unlock doors or entrances in the game.

The Pilgrim’s Perch Key lets you access multiple doors in the Pilgrim’s Perch area of Lords of the Fallen. Having access to such areas is always crucial as players would come across different chests consisting of gauntlets, armors, leggings, etc. It can be obtained for around 9500 Vigor from an NPC merchant named Stomund, Captain of the Fidelis at the Skyrest Bridge in the game. Players will come across Pilgrim’s Perch right after defeating the colossal boss Pieta and getting past Skyrest Bridge. However, it can be confusing as to which doors the key opens around the area. So if you are someone wondering the same, here is a guide you should check out further.

Where to Use Pilgrim’s Perch Key in Lords of the Fallen

How To Use Pilgrim's Perch Key In Lords Of The Fallen

There are four doors in the Pilgrim’s Perch area that can be unlocked using the Pilgrim’s Perch Key in Lords of the Fallen. Here is a list of all of them along with their location and the closest Vestige points:

Pilgrim’s Perch Locked Door 1

The very first one is just past where you encounter Scourged Sister Delyth in the Sanctuary of Baptism. After climbing up the ladder, you will come across the door on the right. Inside, players will find a chest consisting of the Sacred Resonance Set in the game. The nearest Vestige would be the Vestige of Chabui.

Pilgrim’s Perch Locked Door 2

There will be another locked room in the area where you rescue Gerlinde from the Prison Cell in Lords of the Fallen. You will come across the area after activating the Vestige of Blind Agatha. Players will have to then use the Elevator and head down further with the help of the ladder.

Pilgrim’s Perch Bell Door 1

While you will find the first two locked doors to be more than easy, the Bell Doors in Pilgrim’s Perch consist of way stronger enemies. We would recommend you to not fight up and unless you have the right armor, weapons at your disposal. Having said that the first bell door you will come across is the first one near Pilgrim’s Perch Bellroom. The closest Vestige Point here will again be the Vestige of Blind Agatha in Lords of the Fallen.

Pilgrim’s Perch Bell Door 2

Players will come across another bell door right where they face off against Sacred Resonance of Tenacity miniboss. Here you will come across a locked door that can be unlocked using the Pilgrim’s Perch Key in the game.

That’s everything covered on where to use the Pilgrim’s Perch Key in Lords of the Fallen. If you find this guide helpful, be sure to check out our dedicated Lords of the Fallen section, right here on Gamer Tweak.