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For the Dark Souls location, see Anor Londo.

Anor Londo is a location in Dark Souls III. It is a subsection of Irithyll of the Boreal Valley.


Unlike its Dark Souls counterpart, Anor Londo's illusionary shining sun is gone and has been replaced with the cold blue rays of the moon. The city has noticeably frozen over, as well as being severely reduced in size, with the only remaining parts of the old city being the cathedral, the rotating staircase, and the honorary tomb of Gwyn. An additional tower now stands where the entrance of the building housing the Painted World of Ariamis once stood, with an invisible walkway leading to the top where. Additionally, only three of the Silver Knights remain and all Batwing Demons are gone. The cathedral has been overrun by Deacons of the Cathedral of the Deep and Writhing Rotten Flesh. The inside of the cathedral has been covered in corpses and maggots. The eastern section of the cathedral has been blocked off by debris, but the western section is still accessible and contains the body of an old blacksmith.


In the Age of Fire, Anor Londo was the "City of Gods" where Gwyn, Lord of Sunlight once ruled. Gwynevere and Gwyndolin, the children of Gwyn, also lived here.

In the times of the kingdom of Lothric, things have changed. The beautiful city that once had a glowing sunlight is now cold and dark; the cathedral where the Chosen Undead once fought Ornstein and Smough is now corrupted by the Deep and the home to Gwyndolin, who took his father's title of King of the Gods but fell ill; and the chamber that once held Gwynevere now has nothing but the Sun Princess Ring. A denizen that came from the Painted World, Sulyvahn, infiltrated the city of Irithyll and Gwyndolin's Covenant and later proclaimed himself Pontiff. When Gwyndolin fell ill and became incapable of leading the city and the Covenant, he was forced to retire in the cathedral. The leadership passed to Captain Yorshka, Gwyndolin's crossbreed sister, who was immediately imprisoned by Sulyvahn. Sulyvahn converted Irithyll's knights to the worship of the Deep. The Pontiff then led his master and Saint of the Deep, Aldrich, to devour the helpless Gwyndolin.

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Main article: Irithyll of the Boreal Valley (bonfires)

Anor Londo is a subsection of Irithyll of the Boreal Valley and comprises the following bonfires:





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