Blessing of the Erdtree

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Spell Type Erdtree Incantations
FP Cost 60 Slots Used 1
item effects icon elden ring wiki guide 55px 18pxEffect
status effect 134 elden ring wiki guide 44px Grants greater blessing to self and nearby allies

attributes required elden ring wiki guide 18Requires

Blessing of the Erdtree is an Incantation in Elden Ring. Blessing of the Erdtree spell grants a blessing to the user and nearby allies. 


One of the ancient Erdtree incantations

Grants a greater blessing to the caster and nearby allies, gradually restoring a large amount of HP.
Hold to continue praying and delay activation.

The Erdtree once flourished with abundance- yet it was only for a fleeting moment. Such is the course of all life. 


Where to find Blessing of the Erdtree

Where to find Blessing of the Erdtree:


Elden Ring Blessing of the Erdtree Guide

  • Erdtree Incantations
  • Regenerates 12 HP per second for 90 seconds
  • Heals 1,080 HP Total
  • Benefits from Old Lord's Talisman, healing 1404 HP total over 117 seconds
  • Stamina Cost: 50
  • Does not scale with Faith
  • Charing this incantation delays its activation. Heal and duration are left unaffected.
  • Works on cooperators, NPCs and spirit summons
  • This is a Health Regen Buff and will not stack with other temporary buffs of the same type.




Builds with Blessing of the Erdtree





Elden Ring Incantations
Agheel's Flame  ♦  Ancient Dragons' Lightning Spear  ♦  Ancient Dragons' Lightning Strike  ♦  Aspects of the Crucible: Breath  ♦  Aspects of the Crucible: Horns  ♦  Aspects of the Crucible: Tail  ♦  Barrier of Gold  ♦  Beast Claw  ♦  Bestial Constitution  ♦  Bestial Sling  ♦  Bestial Vitality  ♦  Black Blade  ♦  Black Flame  ♦  Black Flame's Protection  ♦  Black Flame Blade  ♦  Black Flame Ritual  ♦  Blessing's Boon  ♦  Bloodboon  ♦  Bloodflame Blade  ♦  Bloodflame Talons  ♦  Borealis's Mist  ♦  Burn O Flame!  ♦  Catch Flame  ♦  Cure Poison  ♦  Darkness  ♦  Death Lightning  ♦  Discus of Light  ♦  Divine Fortification  ♦  Dragonbolt Blessing  ♦  Dragonclaw  ♦  Dragonfire  ♦  Dragonice  ♦  Dragonmaw  ♦  Ekzyke's Decay  ♦  Ekzykes's Decay  ♦  Elden Stars  ♦  Electrify Armament  ♦  Erdtree Heal  ♦  Ezykes's Decay  ♦  Fire's Deadly Sin  ♦  Flame Fall Upon Them  ♦  Flame Fortification  ♦  Flame of the Fell God  ♦  Flame Protect Me  ♦  Fortissax's Lightning Spear  ♦  Frenzied Burst  ♦  Frozen Lightning Spear  ♦  Giantsflame Take Thee  ♦  Glintstone Breath  ♦  Golden Lightning Fortification  ♦  Golden Vow (Spell)  ♦  Great Heal  ♦  Greyoll's Roar  ♦  Heal  ♦  Honed Bolt  ♦  Howl of Shabriri  ♦  Immutable Shield  ♦  Inescapable Frenzy  ♦  Lansseax's Glaive  ♦  Law of Causality  ♦  Law of Regression  ♦  Lightning Fortification  ♦  Lightning Spear  ♦  Lightning Strike  ♦  Litany of Proper Death  ♦  Lord's Aid  ♦  Lord's Divine Fortification  ♦  Lord's Heal  ♦  Magic Fortification  ♦  Magma Breath  ♦  Noble Presence  ♦  O Flame!  ♦  Order's Blade  ♦  Order Healing  ♦  Pest Threads  ♦  Placidusax's Ruin  ♦  Poison Armament  ♦  Poison Mist  ♦  Protection of the Erdtree  ♦  Radagon's Rings of Light  ♦  Rejection  ♦  Rotten Breath  ♦  Scarlet Aeonia  ♦  Scouring Black Flame  ♦  Shadow Bait  ♦  Smarag's Glintstone Breath  ♦  Stone of Gurranq  ♦  Surge O Flame!  ♦  Swarm of Flies  ♦  The Flame of Frenzy  ♦  Theodorix's Magma  ♦  Triple Rings of Light  ♦  Unendurable Frenzy  ♦  Urgent Heal  ♦  Vyke's Dragonbolt  ♦  Whirl O Flame!  ♦  Wrath of Gold


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    • Anonymous

      I feel like the true value of this incantation is with the Ritual Shield Talisman. Taking 30% reduced damage while on full HP is great, but limited by requiring you to heal consistently and you can lose the full HP effect from taking small amounts of damage frequently. This spell especially when combined with other dmg reduction effects and/or healing effects starts to become monstrous. It might be the least FP efficient regen spell, but it's all about the heal rate when trying to stay on full HP.

      • Anonymous

        This plus the blessed dew and old lord talismans gives you 14 HP a second for 117 seconds, or 1638 HP over the entire duration. If you use the icon shield, that number jumps all the way up to a whopping 1989 HP, more than the total HP of a 60 vigor character. Combine all of that with any of the amazing defensive incantations and you become effectively immortal for two minutes in a game where most fights will end in less than one.

        • Anonymous

          Queens's Bed chamber cut content is a big boobed giant goddess.

          Fans will know (ds1) but millenials will say stop this isnt resident evil 8 village. SMH.

          • Anonymous

            Has anyone tested whether this counts as a body buff, i.e. whether it gets cancelled by incantations like Flame, Give Me Strength?

            • Anonymous

              Simply not worth it over Crimsonburst Crystal Tear, especially in PvP, and cheaper healing options unless heavily invested into faith for other reasons. Don't go deep into faith just for this, alone.

              • Anonymous

                Kind of disappointed this doesn't heal more both in per tick and in total compared to blessing boon. Considering its cost. Ill just stick with blessing boon and dew talisman

                • Anonymous

                  So let me get this straight because it says it for everything else but this, does this or does this not stack with blessing boon? aka can you pop both of them and heal people for even more? If not how does it work if you use both does whatever the most recently used one get put on and it removes the other effect?

                  • Anonymous

                    It says it stacks with no regen except Blessed Dew, but what if someone is wearing the deathbed companion armor? Would its stack?

                    • In addition to using this thing as a weapon against certain cursed undead, I've noticed that this thing has some unusual vertical range to it. If I'm a floor above or below my misshapen enemy, I very well might still hit it. It also seems to reach around obstacles and the corners of walls pretty well, as if it targets the whole cylinder around the caster.

                      • Anonymous

                        - try using your FP to healyourself its more efficient because:
                        - Blessing´s Boon is at 24HP pro 1Fp and BLESSING OF THE ERDTREE is at 18 HP per 1FP spend.
                        - By extending the duration of the Blessing Spells with OLD LORD'S (30% longer) TALISMAN to 117 Sec and reducing the Cost with PRIMAL GLINTSTONE BLADE (25% less cost ) down to 23FP and 45FP. You can reach a FP spend for HP gained ratio of 40HP per 1FP on Blessing´s Boon and a ratio of 31HP per 1FP spend for the BLESSING OF THE ERDTREE
                        - For comparison a avarage non regen insta heal spell has a ratio of: incantation-scaling (of your talisman) multiplyed by the ratio of the spell 1.148 for the urgent heal spell (60 Faith ERDTREE SEAL +10 has a Incantation Scaling of 273 and the avarage HP per FP ratio of Healing spells is about 18-20. Great Heal is the most efficient with 20+ HP per FP with 60 Faith and more second only to the Erdtree Heal.) Thats kinda all you need to know about regen and healing.
                        - Flask of Crimson Tears +12 with 15 Flask of Crimson Tears heals for 810 (972 with CRIMSON SEED TALISMAN) for a MAX HEAL of 12150HP (or 14580HP with the CRIMSON SEED TALISMAN). While your max FP Flask heals 220 but i recomend get 180FP MAX. You can heal using the tricks above to regen heal about 5616+ HP per Flask of Cerulean Tears. Using the Bleesing of the Erdtree 4 times per 180FP Bar. So a total of 84240 HP and Blessing Bone would be even better...
                        - This makes Flask of Cerulean Tears about 570%+ better that using Flask of Crimson Tears and IT HEALS YOUR ALLYS ON TOP OF THAT !!!!

                        • Anonymous

                          This spell will cause a damage over time effect on some undead mobs, the ones that uuse a bell to cast that blackish yellowish homing projectile.

                          • Anonymous

                            It lasts for exactly 90 seconds, if anyone was curious. (at 40 faith, not sure if that matters but too lazy to test it)

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