Albinaurics are Humanoid Enemies in Elden Ring. Albinaurics are said to have been artificial lifeforms that were made by humans.

First-Generation Albinaurics have a human-like appearance and a flawed pair of legs, which eventually give out and sometimes even disappear.

Second-Generation Albinaurics are short creatures, with smooth gray skin and dumpy heads resembling those of frogs. They use primitive weapons such as wooden clubs and makeshift shields, and they often congregate in large groups. Second-Generation Albinaurics are very agile and able to cartwheel around.

A First-Generation Albinauric summoned using the Spirit Ash Latenna The Albinauric. A pair of Second-Generation Albinaurics can be summoned using the Albinauric Ashes.

 

 

 Albinaurics are lifeforms made by human hands. Thus, many believe them to live impure lives, untouched by the Erdtree's grace.

  

Elden Ring Albinauric Locations

Where to Find Albinaurics:

  • Several First-Generation Albinauric Villagers can still be found moaning inside the Village of the Albinaurics in southwest Liurnia. Some First-Generation Albinauric Mages can be found past the bridge leading away from the Village's well. Map Link.
  • The player must encounter Albus, an NPC and First-Generation Albinauric Villager, in order to reach the Consecrated Snowfield. He is found in the Village of the Albinaurics, disguised as a large pot. It is recommended that the player defeat the nearby Depraved Perfumer before speaking to him.
  • Just outside of the Village of the Albinaurics, two Afflicted First-Generation Albinaurics coughing up clouds of Poison can be found kneeling on the bank of the Poison swamp below the Village.
  • Plenty of First-Generation Albinauric Mages can be found on the ground level of Caria Manor.
  • Several First-Generation Albinaurics can be found in the dungeon of Volcano Manor.
  • A few Insane First-Generation Albinaurics can be found in the lower levels of Leyndell Royal Capital, near the well that leads down into the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds.
  • A few First-Generation Albinaurics can be found in Castle Sol, in the room leading up to the area immediately preceding the Boss Arena.
  • One First-Generation Albinauric Archer can be found near the entrance to the Consecrated Snowfield, just outside the end of the Hidden Path to the Haligtree, riding her Direwolf.
  • Several First-Generation Albinauric Archers can be found outside to the south of Ordina, Liturgical Town in the Consecrated Snowfield. One rides a Direwolf.

 

 

Elden Ring Second-Generation Albinauric Drops

Item

Drop Rate

Additional Info

Runes 100% runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 66 - 4711
Blue Silver Mail Hood 2.00% Dropped only by those that wear it.
Blue Silver Mail Armor 2.00% Dropped only by those that wear it.
Blue Silver Bracelets 2.00% Dropped only by those that wear it.
Blue Silver Mail Skirt 2.00% Dropped only by those that wear it.
Dirty Chainmail 1.50% Dropped only by those that wear it, unless they have red skin.
Black Dumpling 0.50% Dropped only by those that wear it.
Curved Club 2.00% Dropped only by those that wield it.
Curved Great Club 2.00% Dropped only by those that wield it.
Ripple Crescent Halberd 2.00% Dropped only by those that wield it.
Albinauric Bow 4.00% Dropped only by those that wear it.
Albinauric Shield 2.00% Dropped only by those that wield it.
5x St. Trina's Arrows 2.50% Dropped only by Albinauric Archers.
5x Arrows 10.00% Dropped only by Albinauric Archers.
Glintstone Firefly 12.00% Dropped only by First-Generation Albinauric Mages.
Albinauric Bloodclot 2.50% - 15.00% Second-Generation Albinaurics have 2.50% base drop and First-Generation Albinaurics have 4.00% base drop, except for Albinauric Archers, which have 15.00% base drop.

 

Albinauric Notes & Tips

 

Albinauric Image Gallery

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    • Anonymous

      The ones crawling across the ground literally look like they were eaten and then **** out of some large monster. And their combat design feels very similar, like seriously these things will straight up completely i-frame DIRECTLY THROUGH your mid swing weapon to grab you and spend 30 ****ing seconds chewing on your face. You mean to tell me my character is strong enough to kill a ****ing God, but shoving off a **** caked groper is completely out of the question? How? Also how the **** do they go from being a slow moving old fart before getting put into that ****, to being almost as fast and relentless as the ****ing dogs after? Is that turd their wearing laced with LSD or some ****?

      • Anonymous

        I feel as if the separate versions of Albinaurics should be counted as separate types of enemies given their extreme moveset differences. Not only the separation between first generation and second, but also the insane ones with the bullshit grab attack with a reach which teleports you into it from ranges you clearly shouldn't be grabbed by.

        • Anonymous

          First generation Albinaurics: a failed attempt to make artificial people, they live short lives and their legs quickly stop functioning.

          Second generation Albinaurics: Screw it, lets just make frog ayy lmao people who can do cartwheels instead!

          What's the deal with these dudes? They are very weird and there's not much lore on them.

          • Anonymous

            To counter the red ones spiked cartwheel of death in Mogwyn Palace...get the Briar Set from Castle Sol, equip any of the pieces(I use the gauntlets usually) and just roll when they do it. This set does damage to anything that contacts you while you're rolling and their death cartwheel is designed to break if they take ANY damage whatsoever. It's a nice easy counter.

            • Anonymous

              The crawling shitters are annoying as hell with their stupid instant grabs with zero warning that do tons of damage, atleast they die pretty easily.

              • Anonymous

                It says "their wooden shield, small bent club, and leather armor are unobtainable." This is not true. When I was farming them in liurnia for the dirty chain mail (I'm sorry brothers please forgive me) I got several of those clubs and shields. I also got some sort of crescent staff thing.

                • Anonymous

                  The tortured variant scared the ever-living daylights out of me the first time around.

                  But now, they don't scare me as much. Still a bit unsettling, though.

                  • Anonymous

                    Elden Ring lore has lots of Abrahamic themes. Anyone notice the real world parallels to the Jewish people? They're oppressed people who are ostracized by the dominant faith and forced to live as servants or exiles. They're led by Lauretta to their "promised land" (the Haligtree). Makes it even sadder when you realize how many were led astray by Mohg right before their destination, and how none of them made it to the Haligtree.

                    • Anonymous

                      Their vibe is incomprehensible by the mere imagination of mankind. Their vibe is of an eldritch tier, far, far too strong for us to contact without going made. The don't fall over because we cleaved open their flesh. They fall... because we killed their vibe, bro.

                      • Whom does one have to hump at FromSoftware to greenlit official lifesize - like one meter tall - plushies of the sleeping Albinaurics? They're totally legit cutiepie adorbs... and, eh, based and bruh... and whatever superlatives kids nowadays use.

                        • Anonymous

                          The ones near Mohg grow spikes to roll into enemies, and the ones in the Snowfield cast Discus of Light. Thought that was kinda neat.

                          • Anonymous

                            60 vigor and the Mohgywyn Palace Albinaurics can quite literally one shot kill me with their rolling attack if its a direct hit. Luckily they usually try to roll around you rather than right into you, but seriously... There's not even a boss that can hit this hard.

                            • Anonymous

                              Aren’t these also the Black Dumplings?
                              I say so because they have the exact same structure and it’s confirmed that their black dumpling helm is forced onto their heads.

                              • Anonymous

                                Why are the humanoid Albinaurics 1st gen but not 3rd gen? Shouldn't the silver tears in eternal city the 1st gen Albinaurics, if they were first created there?

                                • Anonymous

                                  "Beware the Albinaurics... accursed souls born of a forbidden rite of the Eternal City. The curse withered the legs of the old, and silenced the tongue of the Frogs." - Thops

                                  When does Thops say this? It's not on his page at all.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    These and the red guys are weak to sacred damage. I was able to two-shot the white ones with a +24 lordsworn great sword. The Impaling Thrust ash will stagger both types with one hit. Plus you can dodge the spike roll by rolling into it just before impact.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      The red ones have little devil horns on their head. Thought they were kinda cute until they turned into bonewheels.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        It took me a while to realize that these fast crawling things with a rock head and body, that lunge at you in Vulcano Manor and in Leyndell are also Albinaurics.
                                        As I met them in Leyndell Sewers first, I actually thought they are crawling giants turds, so I kept calling them that... XD

                                        Especially as I hate these with a passion and kill them from afar as soon as I see them. Their lunge attack has been the end of me for a couple of times now, especially when I didn't see them coming.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          These are second generation Albinaurics. There are also first gen Albinauric enemies that look like old humans with no legs (like those in Albinauric Village) and Albinauric wolf riders. All of them are synthetic creatures, like clones

                                          • Anonymous

                                            So let's get this straight, we are supposed to care that an entire village of Albinaurics were slaughtered, yet we kill these guys by the thousand to get runes? Lol okay

                                            • Anonymous

                                              I think they're kind of sad. With the name "albinauric" and the description of the silver mirrorshield, I expect that first-generation albinaurics are considered "alloys" according to their relationship to the demigods, as opposed to merely "tarnished". Where the player is "tarnished" gold, and can still see the grace of gold, albinaurics are a white gold, as a mix of gold and silver, representing the Haligtree and Nokron. The red version could be rose gold, with roses being blood all over the place. "Unalloyed gold" is mentioned all over the place in this game, and they specifically mention that the froggy albinaurics are second-generation, so this has something to do with their bloodline. I imagine that "tarnished" is similar, and the player is also descended from the demigods, but they are simply a far-flung descendent, rather than a mix between competing demigods.

                                              • So confused by this.
                                                Must be a sub type of larger group and I think Albinauric encompasses alot of diff things.

                                                Cos based on game quest dialogue and enemies in that village have same drop…like I didn’t know these were Albinauric at all lol think misnomer and should be used as a race not a specific enemy

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  Albinaurics are not made by Miquella as some suggested below. The Albinauric Bloodlot literally states that Albinaurics are made by human hands. I think their maker is either the Academy’s sorcerers or the Eternal Cities.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    The Archers of Ordina that guard the path to the Haligtree are also Albinaurics.

                                                    "Chainmail armor crafted with blue silver. Worn by the wolf-riding Albinauric archers.

                                                    Blue silver is a metal born from the same mother as the Archers themselves, and provides protection from magic and frost."- Blue Silver Mail Armor

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      hey so these guys dont drop that mossy wooden shield do they ? the one that the small guys with the small clubs use

                                                      • I think it's likely that the Albinaurics were made by Miquella, then when Mohg stole Miquella and intended to remake himself & the young Empyrean as gods, the Albinaurics followed their creator to Mohg's empire, thus why there are "red variants". I think this because Albinaurics refer to the Haligtree, Miquella's home, as the "chosen land", it seems to be a sacred place for them. Albinauric archers defend the portal to the Haligtree, and Ordina has multiple statues of St. Trina, who was confirmed to be the same being as Miquella.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          Trying to read over the lore and stuff made me realize that the other albinauric enemies - like the ones you see at the Volcano Manor strapped to the ceilings or with bloated heads crawling on the ground - don't have pages it seems, and that when they are listed as enemies they link to this page instead.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            So the old guys who hang from the roof in the Volcano Manor seem to be Albinaurics, and the ones with the malformed heads there who grab you seem to be undergoing some kind of slow metamorphosis into the final form of Albinauric we know. We get the Albinauric mask from the Manor, which claims to be “a far cry from godskin”, meaning perhaps these Albinarics were kidnapped and experimented on to try replicate the godskin, after all; we fight the Godskin Noble in the Manor, and the mask is on a table with a body strapped down. The red form seem to be influenced by blood, perhaps under the power/curse of Mohg, along with them having been armed with proper weapons.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              There is a group that stares at the Rose Church, foreshadowing their appearance at the Mohgwyn Palace area, as well as some of them becoming a follower with the red variant of them with the hedgehog spins.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                tip: these enemies are quite weak to bleed, i have rivers of blood with 71 bleed buildup, 3 hits is all it takes for it to proc.
                                                                i assume it would be 4 hits for any other katana

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Notably: these are stated as being "second generation" Albinaurics, with presumably the ones with their legs fading away and a more human disposition being the first generation. One wonders - could the horn-bearing Emissaries in the capital then be a third generation?

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    Notably: these are stated as being "second generation" Albinaurics, with presumably the ones with their legs fading away and a more human disposition being the first generation. One wonders - could the horn-bearing Emissaries in the capital then be a third generation?

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      The lore in the game mentions they are synthetic creatures. Were they made by the Raya Lucaria? What was their purpose? They don't seem to be used as soldiers or slaves in the game, since Raya Lucaria have other soldiers and even battle machines, so I wonder why were they made.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        I'm trying to figure out the lifecycle of these guys. A lot of them in the world look like these big eyed amphibious humanoids, but then there's Albus from the Albinauric Village, Latenna and the wolf riders in Concecrated Snowfield who all look mostly human just with non-functioning legs, and weirder still are whatever the hell happened to the captured/tortured Albinaurics in the Volcano Manor that turns them into bitey angry rock worms.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          I've seen some spawn with gold eyes, but it seems random and pretty rare. The gold-eye ones drop a lot more runes when you kill them.

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