Throw to make your summons target a particular enemy.
Cursed-Blood Pot is a Consumable Item in Elden Ring. It can be thrown to make your Spirit Ash summons target a particular enemy, and requires an empty Ritual Pot to craft.
Craftable item prepared using a ritual pot.
Decorated with the crest of the Lord of Blood.
Throw at enemies to douse them in accursed blood, causing summoned spirits to assail them with a rabid fervor.
A childhood memory of the Lord of Blood.
Cursed-Blood Pot use in Elden Ring
Cursed-Blood Pot can be used to throw to douse the enemy with accursed blood. A glowing red insignia will appear on the affected enemy, at which point any spirit(s) you have summoned with Spirit Ashes will aggressively target and attack that enemy.
Elden Ring Cursed-Blood Pot Crafting Guide
To craft Cursed-Blood Pot you would need the Nomadic Warrior's Cookbook  as well as the following Crafting Materials:
- Mushroom x2
- Beast Blood x1
- Bloodrose x1
- Empty Ritual Pot x1
Elden Ring Cursed-Blood Pot Notes & Tips
- You can hold up to 10 Cursed-Blood Pot, depending on how many Ritual Pots you have.
- You can store up to 600 Cursed-Blood Pot
- Sell Value: Cursed-Blood Pot cannot be sold
- Once a Cursed-Blood Pot is thrown, its Ritual Pot will be available for crafting another throwing pot.
- Can be used by Mimic Tear Ashes if you have Cursed-Blood Pot equipped in your inventory.
"A childhood memory of the Lord of Blood"
Imagine being an Omen child living in the sewers but random spirits keep jumping you lmaoo
I think the only thing this does is put priority on the target enemy. So if you're fighting a group of enemies you can hit the boss with this and your spirit summon will focus solely on the boss while you can mop up the trash mobs.
I did not notice any damage increase or increased attack rate. It would be cool if this could make spirits turn on their summoner, like if used on the two commander bosses.
Expensive to make and does nothing particularly useful. Would be better if it created an area of bloodflame for a short time similar to the volcano pot.
Absolutely useless. No change in ferocity or frequency in spirit attacks and doesn't last very long. Game has too many terrible/useless items/spells/weapons.
Total bummer that it doesn't give the spirits +20% damage or something. Maybe make homing-attacks like rancors chase the target more effectively?
This works with spirit ashes, and is quite useful for single ashes like Rollo or Finlay. If your plan is more to attack with your spirit summon, instead of using them as a distraction, I'd suggest using this.
"Throw at enemies to douse them in accursed blood, causing summoned spirits to assail them with a rabid fervor."
Summoned spirits. Spirit ashes. You know, the optional-to-summon minions that are only active in certain parts of the world.
They should've included that this pot is useless, or at least should have given summons a damage boost against an enemy that I decided to drench in my piss. God forbid you use this pot against a solo boss.
Also the same name I call my watercloset
Throw these at players to waste two mushrooms, one beast blood, and one blood rose
Do we know if it affects all spirit ashes? I've noticed outside of focusing on the target hit, there wasn't much change in the demi-human ashes when used at night. I also didn't see much difference in Latenna. It's supposed to make the AI more aggressive and increase damage right? Maybe I just need to pay more attention to the damage numbers.
when invading can this make the AI go after the host?
Will this work in the phase 2 of Renala fight? make her own summons attack her?
Could this be used to make Commander O'Neil's own spirit ash troops attack him? I doubt it, but that would be cool.
So if I'm understanding this correctly, this pot causes your spirit ashes AI to go super aggressive on whatever you hit with the pot, and gives the spirit a damage buff when they do so. For extra hilarity, Mimic Tear can use this item and proc the effects itself.
This things seems to revert Mimic Tear back to its OG status btw.
Equip pot, summon mimic, mimic uses pot, faces get wrecked.
It also seems to have a hidden effect. Used it on Juno Haslow after 50+ losses and suddenly he seemed slower to react and I could suddenly land combos.
Sounds like a name my dealer would make up
Few mysteries remain:
- How long does it last?
- Does the aggressive AI stance get reverted when the buff ends or does it persist?
- Is the buff global? (eg. toss at some enemy 20m away and your mimic being 50m away as an extreme example. does it still buff / affect them?)
"A childhood memory of the Lord of Blood" implies Mohg threw blood pots at people when he was a kid.
"A Childhood memory of the lord of blood"
I like to imagine Mohg used to fill up pots with his blood and throw it at his brother Morgott, just to annoy him. Then morgott beat the **** out of him and learned his catchphrase "Put these foolish ambitions to rest"
Have this in your item inventory when using Mimic Tear. When it uses the pot, it’ll get buffed and it’ll overwrite the nerfed AI from 1.03. Normally my Mimic Tear walks around like a dummy, but after it hits an enemy, it starts going berserk on them. Great item (for *me*, not me).
I was using it with Dung-eater puppet and 2 out of 3 times it would cause my game to crash. I was on NG+ using it on Margit the first time and Godrick the second time. I used it on once Margit with no crashing. It might be that Dung-eater was using his WA at the same time and it couldn't handle it or something.
Guys, I know the in-game description is pretty much useless, but there's two ways you can use this. First of all, if you throw it at a certain enemy it will make the spirit summon go after them specifically, AND it will buff them. (Seemingly a similar buff you get from war-cry or white mask judging by the animation). But if you don't want to target a specific enemy and just buff your homie, throw it at the ground, your spirit still get the buff regardless.
This should be self explanatory but this item is like a little command button/item for your ashes. Usually when I throw it they go for who I tossed it at but it also doubles as a lure for them or just a overall frenzy like buff.
(Frenzy as in bloodhound ashes level of aggression.)
note for those that care. this does exactly 1 damage and does not seem to scale with any boosting or debuffing gear. also does work on indirect hit but its incredibly unreliable.
Seems to make your Spirit Ash summons more aggressive, and possibly give them a buff. Mimic Tear ashes can buff themselves with it if you have them equipped (alongside greases for your weapon if applicable and such).
Hmm mimic tear has and uses your items i need to test if he'll use it himself and boost his own damage no cost to me
appears to give spirits a damage buff when they attack a target marked with it? that's what i'm assuming based on the effects at least
What does it do?