Coil Shield is a Small Shield in Elden Ring. The Coil Shield is a Shield that scales primarily with Strength. Small Shields usually weigh very little and have the least form of protection from attacks. They are often used by players who prefer parrying rather than blocking. Its lighter weight also makes it ideal for quick, agile characters with low equipment weight capacity.
Armament designed for gladitorial combat. rises above its peers as a particularly showy specimen.
The sculpted bronze snake is a poisonous breed, boosting the weilder's resistance to poison.
Where to Find Coil Shield in Elden Ring
The Coil Shield can be found at the following location:
- The Coil Shield is located on a body in Volcano Cave, northeast of the Ninth Mt. Gelmir Campsite Site of Grace in Mt. Gelmir. From the cave grace, head into the large open room. From there, take the right-most tunnel (northwest) and follow it to the end. Drop down onto the small cliff below. Turn around and go into the tunnel. The shield will be on a body in the room ahead. Note: There will be an ambush of enemies, so you may want to clear the room first. [Elden Ring Map here]
Elden Ring Coil Shield Notes & Tips
- Shield Skill: Viper Bite
- Update 1.07 changed this skill to inflict deadly poison instead of normal poison
- From stealth this shield skill does not appear to cause aggro until after poison is applied (full buildup). Once poison is applied, it then does a burst of damage, and the enemy is aggroed.
- Even though the Viper Bite shield skill applies deadly poison, attacking with the shield itself (by two-handing it) inflicts normal poison.
- This shield cannot be infused with Ashes of War nor buffed with Magic and Consumables.
- Increases Immunity by 40.
- Sell Value: 100
Moveset & Videos for Coil Shield in Elden Ring
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Coil Shield Upgrades in Elden Ring
Please see the Upgrades page to understand the weapon bolstering process.
Requires regular reinforcement with Somber Smithing Stones
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