Depraved Perfumer is a humanoid enemy in Elden RingDepraved Perfumers are the corrupted cohorts of the Perfumers of Leyndell. They will attack the player with a mixture of physical and perfume attacks.

 

 These heresy-inclined perfumers imbibe their own spices to alter body and mind. Their slow descent into self-destruction is what earned them their name.

 

Elden Ring Depraved Perfumer Locations

Where to Find Depraved Perfumers:

 

Elden Ring Depraved Perfumer Drops

Item

Drop Rate

Additional Info

Runes 100% runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 385 - 880
Depraved Perfumer Headscarf 3.00% N/A
Depraved Perfumer Robe 3.00% N/A
Depraved Perfumer Gloves 3.00% N/A
Depraved Perfumer Trousers 3.00% N/A
Perfumer's Shield 2.00% Only dropped by Depraved Perfumers that wield it.
Budding Cave Moss (x5) 15.00% N/A
Altus Bloom (x5) 8.00% - 15.00% N/A
Miranda Powder (x3) 8.00% - 15.00% N/A

 

Depraved Perfumer Notes & Tips

 

Depraved Perfumer Gallery

 

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    • Anonymous

      I don't understand why anyone complains about regular enemies in this game, but these guys specifically are all optional, and most of them are pretty out of the way. If it's the gear you want, the one at the Albinauric Village is easily backstabbable and close to a grace. If it's the perfuming supplies, the regular perfumers drop it too and are much less aggressive.
      These guys are not deserving of your ire, just leave them to their depravity.

      • Anonymous

        They're really not that bad. The amount of weeping and bemoaning in these comments is just tragic. You can dodge roll the perfume if timed right and they can easily be knocked down or quickstepped - hell, you'll find there are MANY effective strategies, once you put the tissues away.
        As for their healing, either use an item/skill that prevents heals or anticipate & interrupt their animation.
        Good grief.

        • Anonymous

          if you're struggling with the two guarding the smithing stone 5 in shaded castle, lure them down the stairs into the swamp and they'll eventually poison themselves by wandering round on it

          • Anonymous

            These guys got the hardest moveset out of any enemy in the game. Good thing they don't have a whole lot of HP and are weak to jump attacks.

            • Anonymous

              The Flame of the Redmanes ash of war works really well against these enemies if you're quick enough to use it. Usually just one or 2 is enough to stagger and get a critical hit in.

              • Anonymous

                How are you supposed to fight these guys? They just spam perfume all day. They literally have 2 moves- a short dagger combo, and the perfume toss. It’s perfume 9/10 times and they just spam it.

                • Anonymous

                  Honestly. Yeah they are really cool enemies objectively. Perfume attacks, agile and unique. Somehow From made them so annoying and cheesy that it just ruins whatever enjoyment you might get fighting them. Especially at the shaded castle. Never again will I go for that smithing stone 5.

                  • Anonymous

                    I'm glad these guys are only in part of the game. I made sure after my first visit to shaded castle that that would be my only time going to shaded castle. I literally back tracked through all the locations on the map to make sure I didn't miss anything for NG+ but I didn't even think of touching ShadedCastle because of these guys.

                    • Anonymous

                      I knew I was right about these guys being a major pain for melee. No wonder the game gives us so many range options for melee player. I main dual daggers and bows, so I breezed through these guys easily, but even then I got a full dust to the face at least twice. Melee will probably have to make then flinch somehow (a few ashes of war coming to mind), then close in and burst them down.

                      • Anonymous

                        For anyone having problems farming this mob or any other diffcult mobs like the cleanrot knights, just spam Fallingstar Beast's Gravity Bolt from a distance.

                        • Anonymous

                          Miyazaki, try again. This complete trash tier garbage enemy isn't it. Love how much From sincerly hates melee in this game

                          • Anonymous

                            Putting these guys on my list of most hated enemies. High damage powder that they can spam over and over with little opening to strike. get too close to them? they super backstep and spams more. has poise while throwing perfume. and perfume goes through shields. hate these guys almost as much as the iron virgins.

                            • Anonymous

                              I love all the areas in Elden Ring except for one: Shaded f ing Castle. Poison swamp, annoying perfumers, royal revenants make my blood boil and the area looks average at best. Sadly its going to be the only view for the next few hours of farming perfumer's set -.-

                              • Anonymous

                                Ive played a LOT of dark souls in my day, these guys are literally the first time ive ever actually had to set the controller down and physically step away from the game due to how bad a time I was having

                                • Anonymous

                                  How do you fight these guys properly? Stay back and they just spam high dmg attacks, it doesn't seem like you can roll through the attacks to close distance because you will take damage, then they dodge backwards so they can spam high dmg attacks again. If you do get one low but can't finish them off, they just heal back up.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Farmed these guys for armor... good god this is the most annoying enemy to farm. I would literally rather farm crucible knights. No openings, endless high damage perfume spam, backwards dodges 30 feet and heals like you're playing against a bloodhound step user... Thanks From

                                    • Anonymous

                                      These guys are bugged, sometimes they deal a incredible small amount of damage, and sometimes they one shot me at 2000hp

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