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What Exactly Are the Two Fingers in Elden Ring?

What Exactly Are the Two Fingers in Elden Ring?

Elden Ring is full of secrets. If you have been following the game’s lore, you will know that new things are being discovered daily, and there is still much to uncover. The game is soo massive that it will probably take years to find everything hidden in the game world. A question many people might be asking is what the Two Fingers in the Roundtable Hold are.

The Two Fingers in the Roundtable Hold are the interpreters for the Greater Will, the essence holding everything together in Elden Ring lore. Most people try to think of Greater Will as the Force from Star Wars. The Two Fingers are in direct contact with the Greater Will.


Lore in FromSoft games are always very in-depth, so we will try to be extremely clear about the information we give. We tried to find the best possible answers to these questions, so we hope this article will answer your questions thoroughly. Remember that SPOILERS are in this article, so if you haven’t beaten the game yet, don’t read the rest.

What are the Two Fingers?

As we said before, the Two Fingers are the interpreters for the Greater Will. The Greater Will gives its information to the Two Fingers, and then the Finger Readers worldwide are the ones who the Fingers give the information. It is very confusing, but the Finger Readers are the ones who relay the information to the people of the world.

People who have beaten the game and had a question about the final boss, the Elden Beast is not the Greater Will. It is a culmination of the Elden Ring. It is a guardian of the Greater Will and unrelated to the Two Fingers. What is interesting, though, is that the Greater Will gifted all the Demi-gods in the game their own Two FIngers.


You know how you go and activate your Great Runes at the top of all those Divine Towers; you always have to activate the Runes within dead Two Fingers. Those are the Two Fingers for each of the bosses you have defeated. The most interesting thing in the game is the Three Fingers you meet to get the Frenzied Flame Ending.

Many people think that the Two Fingers represent Order and the Three Fingers Represent Chaos. If you put these together, you get a perfect balance by having a full hand. We can’t go too far into the lore, but basically, all the Fingers in the game represent their role and have a specific job to do.

Who is Finger Reader Enia?

Enia is a part of a group of people called the Finger Readers. These people help the Tarnished through their journey by reading their fingers. There are a lot of Finger Readers you meet along your journey, but Enia is by far the most important one in the game. Not much is known about her, but she is one of the most important NPCs you will meet in the game.

She is the one that will take all your Remembrances and turn them into important items for you to use. She also gives you a Talisman Pouch later in the story, so make sure you constantly talk to her throughout your playthrough. In the game’s lore, she is a direct interpreter for the Two Fingers, so people haven’t discovered a lot of lore yet.


As time passes, more and more will be discovered about all the NPCs, but the game is extremely new as of this article. Enia is an extremely interesting character that also sells boss armor to the player after you defeat specific bosses. Always check her store for new stock; it will be very helpful when you need more defense.

How many Remembrances are there?

There are 15 Remembrances in Elden Ring, and you get them by defeating the game’s main bosses. Some bosses have these, but it seems they shouldn’t, but that is beside the point. You can do whatever you want with these because they give you Runes. The downside is that you can’t trade it in for some cool items.

If you get one, check with Finger Reader Enia in the Roundtable Hold and check what each one gives you. We laid out what every Remembrance is in the game and what they give you, so if you have any of these, get one or the other items unless you just want to use it for Runes. We would highly recommend trading it in for an item, though.