Fell Omen Cloak

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Phy 6.1
VS Strike 6.7
VS Slash 6.7
VS Pierce 6.1
Magic 13.0
Fire 12.4
Ligt 12.6
Holy 12.8
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Immunity 42
Robustness 25
Focus 71
Vitality 83
Poise 2



Chest Armor Wgt. 5.1

Fell Omen Cloak is a Chest Armor in Elden RingFell Omen Cloak is an armor piece worn over or around the player's torso to obtain an increase of defense and resistance. It also changes the appearance as well when it is equipped. Some armor pieces may be available to both genders but may be slightly different for male and female characters.

 

"A cloak of ragged fur worn about the exposed body of Margit, the Fell Omen.

Having slaughtered countless champions during the Shattering, the Fell Omen has become a horror to those who harbor ambitions for the Erdtree, or for Lordship."

 

 

Where to find Fell Omen Cloak

The Fell Omen Cloak Chest Armor can be purchased from Enia in the Roundtable Hold after the player has defeated Morgott.

 

Other Details

  • Fell Omen Cloak is NOT part of an armor set and is thus a unique piece of armor.
  • runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 Sell Value: 2000 Runes
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All Chest Armor in Elden Ring
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Armor (Altered)  ♦  Cloth Garb  ♦  Commoner's Garb  ♦  Commoner's Garb (Altered)  ♦  Commoner's Simple Garb  ♦  Commoner's Simple Garb (Altered)  ♦  Confessor Armor  ♦  Confessor Armor (Altered)  ♦  Consort's Robe  ♦  Corhyn's Robe  ♦  Crucible Axe Armor  ♦  Crucible Axe Armor (Altered)  ♦  Crucible Tree Armor  ♦  Crucible Tree Armor (Altered)  ♦  Cuckoo Knight Armor  ♦  Cuckoo Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Cuckoo Surcoat  ♦  Deathbed Dress  ♦  Depraved Perfumer Robe  ♦  Depraved Perfumer Robe (Altered)  ♦  Dirty Chainmail  ♦  Drake Knight Armor  ♦  Drake Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Eccentric's Armor  ♦  Elden Lord Armor  ♦  Elden Lord Armor (Altered)  ♦  Erdtree Surcoat  ♦  Errant Sorcerer Robe  ♦  Errant Sorcerer Robe (Altered)  ♦  Exile Armor  ♦  Eye Surcoat  ♦  Festive Garb  ♦  Festive Garb (Altered)  ♦  Fia's Robe  ♦  Fia's Robe (Altered)  ♦  Finger Maiden Robe  ♦  Finger Maiden Robe (Altered)  ♦  Fingerprint Armor  ♦  Fingerprint Armor (Altered)  ♦  Fire Monk Armor  ♦  Fire Prelate Armor  ♦  Fire Prelate Armor (Altered)  ♦  Foot Soldier Tabard  ♦  Fur Raiment  ♦  Gelmir Knight Armor  ♦  Gelmir Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Godksin Noble Robe  ♦  Godrick Knight Armor  ♦  Godrick Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Godskin Apostle Robe  ♦  Godskin Noble Robe  ♦  Goldmask's Rags  ♦  Gravekeeper Cloak  ♦  Gravekeeper Cloak (Altered)  ♦  Guardian Armor  ♦  Guardian Garb  ♦  Guardian Garb (Full Bloom)  ♦  Haligtree Crest Surcoat  ♦  Haligtree Knight Armor  ♦  Haligtree Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  High Page Clothes  ♦  High Page Clothes (Altered)  ♦  Highwayman Cloth Armor  ♦  Hoslow's Armor  ♦  Hoslow's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Ivory-Draped Tabard  ♦  Juvenile Scholar Robe  ♦  Kaiden Armor  ♦  Knight Armor  ♦  Land of Reeds Armor  ♦  Land of Reeds Armor (Altered)  ♦  Lazuli Robe  ♦  Leather Armor  ♦  Leather-Draped Tabard  ♦  Leyndell Knight Armor  ♦  Leyndell Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Lionel's Armor  ♦  Lionel's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Lord of Blood's Robe  ♦  Lord of Blood's Robe (Altered)  ♦  Lusat's Robe  ♦  Malenia's Armor  ♦  Malenia's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Malformed Dragon Armor  ♦  Maliketh's Armor  ♦  Maliketh's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Marais Robe  ♦  Marionette Soldier Armor  ♦  Mausoleum Knight Armor  ♦  Mausoleum Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Mausoleum Surcoat  ♦  Millicent's Robe  ♦  Millicent's Tunic  ♦  Mushroom Body  ♦  Night's Cavalry Armor  ♦  Night's Cavalry Armor (Altered)  ♦  Night Maiden Armor  ♦  Noble's Traveling Garb  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Finery  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Finery (Altered)  ♦  Nox Monk Armor  ♦  Nox Monk Armor (Altered)  ♦  Nox Swordstress Armor  ♦  Nox Swordstress Armor (Altered)  ♦  Official's Attire  ♦  Old Aristocrat Gown  ♦  Omen Armor  ♦  Omenkiller Robe  ♦  Page Garb  ♦  Page Garb (Altered)  ♦  Perfumer's Traveling Garb  ♦  Perfumer's Traveling Garb (Altered)  ♦  Perfumer Robe  ♦  Perfumer Robe (Altered)  ♦  Preceptor's Long Gown  ♦  Preceptor's Long Gown (Altered)  ♦  Prisoner Clothing  ♦  Prophet Robe  ♦  Prophet Robe (Altered)  ♦  Queen's Robe  ♦  Radahn's Lion Armor  ♦  Radahn's Lion Armor (Altered)  ♦  Ragged Armor  ♦  Ragged Armor (Altered)  ♦  Raging Wolf Armor  ♦  Raging Wolf Armor (Altered)  ♦  Raptor's Black Feathers  ♦  Raya Lucarian Robe  ♦  Redmane Knight Armor  ♦  Redmane Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Redmane Surcoat  ♦  Ronin's Armor  ♦  Ronin's Armor (Altered)  ♦  Rotten Gravekeeper Cloak  ♦  Rotten Gravekeeper Cloak (Altered)  ♦  Royal Knight Armor  ♦  Royal Knight Armor (Altered)  ♦  Royal Remains Armor  ♦  Ruler's Robe  ♦  Sage Robe  ♦  Sanguine Noble Robe  ♦  Scale Armor  ♦  Scaled Armor  ♦  Scaled Armor (Altered)  ♦  Scarlet Tabard  ♦  Shaman Furs  ♦  Snow Witch Robe  ♦  Snow Witch Robe (Altered)  ♦  Spellblade's Traveling Attire  ♦  Spellblade's Traveling Attire (Altered)  ♦  Traveler's Clothes  ♦  Traveling Maiden Robe  ♦  Traveling Maiden Robe (Altered)  ♦  Tree Sentinel Armor  ♦  Tree Sentinel Armor (Altered)  ♦  Tree Surcoat  ♦  Tree-and-Beast Surcoat  ♦  Twinned 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    • Anonymous

      Even after defeating The Fell Omen King Morgott, his cloak is still not buyable for some reason, game bugged?

      • Anonymous

        Looks cool but I dont know if its just me but wearing this while playing as a female will give her body hair (chest/stomach). easier to see if you darken the skin and lighten the hair. This cloak really puts hair on your chest!

        • Anonymous

          Looks cool but I dont know if its just me but wearing this while playing as a female will give her body hair (chest/stomach). easier to see if you darken the skin and lighten the hair. This cloak really puts hair on your chest!

          • Anonymous

            that awkward moment when you realise margit/morgot ran up on you practically naked and started giving you life advice about what to do with your ambitions

            • this is an amazing-looking cloak.... it's a shame it's a body armor. if we could have this with some of the existing armors like it over the bloodhound or ronin chest pieces it would be peak fashion. now it's just kinda cool for a ragged wanderer look

              • Anonymous

                This page is incorrect. You must Morgott, NOT Margit, to obtain this from Enia for sale. Morgott is much deeper in the game.

                • Anonymous

                  A cloak of ragged fur worn about the exposed body of Margit, the Fell Omen.

                  Having slaughtered countless champions during the Shattering, the Fell Omen has become a horror to those who harbor ambitions for the Erdtree, or for Lordship.

                  • Anonymous

                    You need to defeat Morgott, the Omen King first.
                    Afterwards it is possible to purchase the Cloak from Enia(the old Lady besides the two big Fingers at roundtable hold).
                    Hope I could help!

                    • Anonymous

                      Kill Godrick to unlock a room in the round table hold. A merchant named Enia is there sells items from bosses using their remembrance. You need to kill Morgott the Omen King to unlock this cloak for purchase.

                      • Anonymous

                        Im revising what I said earlier but you have to kill Morgott (I don’t think it’s margit as he’s not one of the demigods who gives you a remembrance, which is necessary to craft these items). The cloak or whatever item you want from a boss is to be unlocked for purchase after killing said boss.You must also defeat Godrick the Grafted to open up the two-fingers door in the round table hold. In there is a merchant named Enia, who sells items from the demigods once defeated. The fell omen cloak is for sale there, I’m still not sure whether it unlocks after killing the fell omen (suggested by the name) or after killing the omen king (as he’s a demigod).

                        • Anonymous

                          For anyone wondering the Fell Omen Cloak can be purchased from Enia at the Round Table Hold, she is found at the broken bridge area and will let you buy certain items from bosses after killing them, similarly to the handmaiden from ds3.

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