Crucible Knot Talisman

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status effect 17 elden ring wiki guide 44px Eliminates headshot bonus damage and stagger on self

Crucible Knot Talisman is a Talisman in Elden RingCrucible Knot Talisman can be used to reduce the damage from the impact of headshots taken. Players can use Talismans in Elden Ring to boost a variety of Stats.

 

A talisman fashioned from a bony knot that embodies that aspects of various creatures.
Said to have grown on the human body long ago.

Reduces damage and impact of headshots taken.

A vestige of the crucible of primordial life. Born partially of devolution,it was considered a signifier of the divine in ancient times, but is now increasingly disdained as an impurity as civilization has advanced.

 

Where to find Crucible Knot Talisman in Elden Ring

Where to find Crucible Knot Talisman:

 

Elden Ring Crucible Knot Talisman Notes & Tips

  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 500
  • Other notes & tips go here.

 

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    • Anonymous

      Would be kind of cool if the description said Reduces damage and impact of headshots while also increasing your own headshot damage and impact. Then maybe increasing Dex would also increase your chance to hit headshots with a bow while locked on. Not a crazy amount but just enough to see a difference. Then things like Assassin's crimson dagger would have a bow equivalent. From soft is clearly not a fan of Hawkeye.

      • Anonymous

        Tested in duels. This does not help against glintstone pebble ash of war. Shame I was hoping it might have a niche on my build with 2 empty ring slots.

        • Anonymous

          Might be useful for 5 or 10 minutes out of your 100 hour playthrough. Missed opportunity to make a talisman grant extra headshot damage.

          • Anonymous

            Sort of a shame Heavy weapons like hammers don't get headshot damage with jump attacks. Would make sense, and would actually make this talisman valuable.

            • Anonymous

              Headshots are not just limited to projectiles. Melee weapons that attack vertically or stab upwards can headshot dealing more damage. One major example of this is the Giant Hunt weapon art, which stabs upwards with a thrusting weapon. This talisman stacks with the pumpkin head helmet, reducing the bonus even further; it isn't completely negated even with both being used, but it's not felt nearly as much. Note that spells do not do headshot damage.

              • Anonymous

                Might be useful for 5 or 10 minutes out of your 100 hour playthrough. Missed opportunity to make a talisman grant extra headshot damage.

                • Anonymous

                  Might be useful for 5 or 10 minutes out of your 100 hour playthrough. Missed opportunity to make a talisman grant extra headshot damage.

                  • Anonymous

                    So for those of you that haven't taken anarrow to the face, your character takes extra damage and staggers when struck in the head by physical projectiles. AI luckily doesn't actually aim for the head, but when they're shooting from above you or when you're rolling you can occasionally catch an arrow in the head and it really ruins your day.
                    I assume that this talisman, the pumpkin helm, and anything similar would mitigate or outright eliminate the bonus damage/stagger taken from a headshot.

                    • Anonymous

                      No effect unless you get headshot. "Reduces damage and impact of headshots" current description in-game.
                      Tested and it didn't have any effect on damage taken with or without armor, with or without talisman.

                      • Anonymous

                        Why cant games like this EVER give an exact description of what it does as far as damage percentages?
                        "Reduces damage" tells me next to nothing helpful.
                        Is it 2%, 5%, 25% damage reduction? Simple info like that will make the difference on whether or not many people use this item.
                        It would even be a lil bit better if they said "reduces damage by a little" "reduces damage moderately" reduces damage greatly" at least then we'd have some idea.

                        • Anonymous

                          I haven't tested anything, but maybe it works as a a substitute of sort for headgear. Since, based on how damage is calculated, not wearing an armour piece leads to possibly receiving heavy damage, this talisman could act as the missing head piece for people that want to stay without a helmet.

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