Get Pureblood Knight’s Medal in Elden Ring

The Pureblood Knight’s Medal is a key item in the game Elden Ring since it grants the player access to Moghwyn Palace. In order to obtain the Pureblood Knight’s Medal, it is necessary that the player first completes the White-Faced Varre’s quest. That is precisely the reason why we have made this guide so players can complete the quest and get their prize without any hitches.

Locating The White-Faced Varre

The first obvious step to completing the White-Faced Varre quest is to find the White-Faced Varre. You will need to find and kill Margie, The Fallen Omen and then talk to Gatekeeper Gostoc and ask him to lower the gates to Stormveil Castle from where you will need to make your way to Godrick, The Grafted, and slay him. You can then find Varre near a cliff after that, and he will ask you to go talk to The Two Fingers and Enia.

Roundtable Hold

Both Enia and the Two Fingers are inside a locked room which can only be accessed by the player after they have defeated a Shardbearer. Once you go inside the room, you can interact with the Two Fingers which will award you with the Rupture emoticon, and then you can talk to Enia, The Finger Reader. She says nothing important so if you are not very invested in every story in-game then you can just speed run through her dialogues.

After you complete this quest, Varre will have moved locations to Rose Church in Luirnia Lakes which can be found west of Gate town.

Festering Fingers

Once you arrive at the Rose Church, the White-Faced Varre can be found near its gate. He will grant you an item called the Festering Fingers. These allow players to invade the world on another player and are meant to act as an introduction to multiplayer for the users.

Even though the Varre gives you 5 fingers, you only need to do the invasion 3 times and the results of the invasions do not matter either. After completing the invasions, you can talk to the White Varre again, he will give you the Lord of Blood’s Favor and ask you to soak it with a maiden’s blood.

We have created a detailed guide on how players can get maiden’s blood in Elden ring for this quest which you can check out here.

Getting The Pureblood Knight’s Medal

After you have completed the final task assigned to you by the White-Faced Varre, he will proceed to give you an item called the Bloody Finger which will allow you to do invasions at any time of your choosing. After he gives you the Bloody Finger, he will also give you the item that you started this quest for, which is the Pureblood Knight’s Medal. Now, you can finally teleport to Moghwyn’s Palace and receive the immense treasure that can be found there.


Why is Moghwyn Palace important?

Moghwyn Palace is a key location in the game Elden Ring because of the amount of loot it holds. It has very good items and pieces of equipment like the Hero’s Rune and Lord’s Rune. One of the Somber Ancient Dragon Smithing Stones is also present there.

Can we kill the White-Faced Varre?

Yes, the White-Faced Varre can be killed by the player, but we recommend you do that later on in the game after you have completely reaped the benefits offered by him. You will get a chance to kill the Varre as you progress through the game.

How to kill the White-Faced Varre?

The White-Faced Varre can be killed by the player after they enter the Moghwyn Palace. Inside the temple door which is near the Dynasty Mausoleum Midpoint Site of Grace, a summon sign can be found and by interacting with it you can invade the White Mask Varre’s world and kill him.


If you are an Elden Ring player, then you surely want to get your hands on the Pureblood Knight’s Medal which is a reward for completing the White-Faced Varre’s quest.

The Varre sends you on a journey to complete some tasks before finally granting you the Pureblood Knight’s Medal which can be used to access the Moghwyn Palace allowing you to progress further in the game. If you found this guide helpful, then let us know in the comments below.

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