Familial Rancor

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Gently rattle the copper heads to summon vengeful spirits that chase down foes.
The anguish of a spouse and children invites accursed wrath.

Familial Rancor is a Skill in Elden Ring. Familial Rancor is a unique skill that can be used on the Family Heads. It allows the player to summon the vengeful spirits of the weapon and starts chasing down enemies. Updated to Patch 1.07.


How to get Familial Rancor in Elden Ring


Elden Ring Familial Rancor Guide

  • This is a Unique Skill
  • FP Cost: 25
  • Deals 21 stance damage.
  • Note: This Skill was changed with Patch 1.07 as follows: Range of the vengeful spirits that chase down foes has been increased.
  • This Skill is not Chargeable



Elden Ring Familial Rancor Notes & Tips

  • Updated to patch 1.07. See Patch Notes for details.
  • Other notes and player tips go here. 


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    • Anonymous

      vs. ADR: slower cast (but you get a trickle of projectiles instead of all of them at once, you can still move slowly, and it can be roll canceled early), better tracking/turning, slower projectile speed, starts out lower and less spread out (making it less likely to hit ceilings or walls), worse range, better damage (especially if you aren't going for 80 int). It also doesn't seem to stun enemies nearly as consistently.

      ADR is the overall the better utility/setup spell and this is the better offensive "spell". You can even use them together, stunning enemies at a distance with ADR and then following up with Familial.

      • Anonymous

        Closest thing to Pursuers (DkS1). With Terra Magica and Ambush Shard combine with its use of Stance Breaking, this is a nasty weapon skill.

        • Anonymous

          Note that while releasing the full seven rancors takes a while, this skill can be roll-interrupted as soon as the first one has been summoned. This is very useful to avoid getting punished by aggressive enemies.

          • Anonymous

            The short of it is that it is a middle of the pack rancor spell that doesn't have absolute dogshit scaling early game, but takes bloody ages to cast, i believe it may take longer than a fully charged ancient rancor.

            But if you're making a necromancer build this can be a nice replacement until you meet the stats to make Rancor spells useful. Or maybe you can just pair it up with Rosus's Axe and or Death's Poker to replace both Tibia's Summons & Explosive Ghostflame, that way you don't have to worry about faith.
            Also Rosus's summons is a hell of a lot easier to land than Tibia's.

            • Anonymous

              Seems to scale with int, but not a lot. On tree sentinel big projectile changed damage from 176 on int level 16 on Limgrave tree sentinel to 204 on int level 40 at max upgrade.

              • Anonymous

                So recently, someone discovered this does not use stamina, and mostly used this in a No Stamina challenge run.

                • Anonymous

                  I think you should be able to hold it down to make proper use of it being more of a flood spell, also does it do magic damage?

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