Fia's Mist

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Spell Type Death Sorceries
FP Cost 25 Slots Used 1
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Release a mist of death before caster

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Fia's Mist is a Sorcery in Elden Ring. Fia's Mist spell allows you to release a mist of death before caster.

 

Sorcery of Fia, the Deathbed Companion.

Creates a deathly mist before the caster, which inflicts Death blight upon those who enter. This sorcery can be cast while in motion. Charging enhances range of the mist.

This sorcery was developed to oppose the Roundtable Hold, and is effective only against the Tarnished.

 

Where to find Fia's Mist

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Elden Ring Fia's Mist Guide

  • Death Sorcery
  • Stamina Cost: 13
  • Inflicts Death Blight (20 per tick) on opponents
  • Death status effects ONLY works against players. Every enemy, NPC (except NPC invading phantoms) and boss has protection to this status. 
  • Prince of Death's Staff passive effect of boosting death sorceries doesn't changes the statement above.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Elden Ring Sorceries
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    • Anonymous

      Not sure if mods aren't allowing links to YouTube, but I've perfected a PVP Blight Build, and posted a video with some tips to blighting successfully in PVP, just search "10 Tips For Blight Build Duelists" on YouTube and you should find it :)

      • Anonymous

        this thing has to be bugged. i summoned a buddy to test and it took 3 casts while standing completely still to proc

        • Anonymous

          Most effective when cast right before/after perry. NPCs that are invaded by the player does not get deathblight(such as Great Horned Tragoth). Fia's champions do.

          • Anonymous

            Okay, I think I got it to proc on patches but I'm not sure how. I spammed the spell for like two minutes with no results... Then I got bored and hit him with briars of sin. Upon landing the third hit he bled and died, but also got death-blighted. Or at least, the death-blight skewer animation played. Help?

            • Anonymous

              this is ****ing hilarious on hosts and their phantoms that hide in a room and wait for you to come in, like a commenter before said actual tear gas.

              • Anonymous

                Works pretty good for me...i've come to a ~35-40% Winrate in Invasions. I take Shotel in the right, Staff in left. As invader the host and his friends will hunt you and thats what u want. However in Duels there is no way of winning. I won 2 Duels out of ~30 and thats only because they clearly didnt know what i was building up there.

                • Anonymous

                  I tried to proc Deathblight on those Flame Guardians. I literally lost count on how many times to recast the spell.

                  • Anonymous

                    Pretty awful in duels or in open areas but pretty okay for invasions with tighter spaces and/or enemies to slow and lockdown hosts.
                    Does wonders for overconfident aggressive players who dive into clouds to hit you.

                    You can only cast 1 cloud at a time and recasting it deletes the previous cloud, spamming it does nothing.
                    The cloud lasts a pretty short time at around 7ish seconds.
                    Charging it increases the aoe of the cloud a lot and uncharged the aoe is pretty small.
                    The cloud doesn't affect you at all so you can step in it for time to cast other stuff / buff your shotel / recast the cloud to slowly inch it closer to hosts.
                    Could also use the cloud to defend npcs from melee enemies since they have to step into the cloud, attack and leave it which builds a lot of deathblight all while the guy is blinded.

                    • Anonymous

                      I have spent a very sizable amount of time trying to make this and the Eclipse Shotel work.

                      Conclusion: These debuffs are so pvp ruining that the devs have nerfed them into oblivion. Players simply move to much for either of these incredibly limited ranged attacks to be allowed to build.

                      • Anonymous

                        This spell isn't useless. It's just not what everybody wants it to be. It sucks for a very simple reason. If a spell like this was "not useless" (meaning reliably and regularly killing enemy players regardless of their current health,) getting deathblighted will get really old and possibly nerfed to this kind of state anyway if everybody abused it. Someone always does.

                        It is a way to apply deathblight, unfortunately one of the best ways you have. You gotta think outside the box for this crap to ever kill anyone like that.

                        I'm reminded of a classic ds1 pvp video where the player simply takes the miracle Force into the depths and keeps on chaining knockdowns infront of the Basilisks until it procs. Those were simpler times though. I'm believe there is someone out there who will figure something out.

                        • Anonymous

                          The only use I could think for this in theory could be to avenge fia by killing D's twin after he kills her in deeproot depths

                          • Anonymous

                            So few of death blight spells and only 1 weapon, this should have just been an incant similar to poison mist since faith seems to be the death blight focus.

                            • Anonymous

                              Another nice little mist spell for invaders using int/faith builds. If a host and his phantoms just want to camp inside small rooms then you can cast this to fill it with nerve gas. Either they leave and engage you or get insta killed.

                              • Anonymous

                                Does Deathblight work on Gideon Ofnir? If so, you can just use this while he's monologuing and trivialize the fight.

                                • Man, I really wanted a death build to at least kind of work, but this is useless. Charged and uncharged it lasts 7 seconds. It's gone by the time you buff two eclipse shotels. Nobody is gonna walk into it, and it's literally only for pvp. And why is it a sorcery?? Death lightning and eclipse shotel are faith based! There's no death throwing knife, pot, of arrow, like how would this ever work? The cloud should be huge for like 10 seconds, or last a long ass time and be small. I bet the death buildup rate is trash also. Like if this was decent, you could literally slot a vitality talisman, use a low req incantations, or pop a consumable to counter it. Make it affect the caster too like night maiden's mist and madness spells so we have to spec into it with lots of vit, but make it viable if you covitamins, at least

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Okina seems immune to this spell (npc invader), Dung Eater got death blighted by a crab, anyone else know of npc invaders that obey or break this "tarnished rule"?

                                    Because madness seems to proc on npcs that Death Mist doesn't. Any ideas?

                                    • Anonymous

                                      It’s pretty useless but it’s a really good smoke screen, my friend uses it while I hide in it to then use that eye beam spell lol and it always hit them cuz they never saw me charging

                                      • As it sits, this spell is all but useless. It is easily escaped, there are no ways to pull people into it nor can it be cast at range. The buildup needs to increase with catalyst scaling or the mist needs to slow movement while in it. I have gone through five flasks casting nothing but Fia's Mist and the status did not proc. The opponent wasn't actively avoiding me either and stood in the mists a fair amount of the time.

                                        Should the buildup be instant? Obviously not. There's no balance there. But taking in the relative power of other spells, a fully kitted out build dedicated to this spell should be able to threaten a proc on the status much faster than it does now.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          One thing that I don't think was mentioned is this can be used as an effective smoke screen to mask your movements in PvP for a few seconds. This is what I use it for in open areas where catching someone in the cloud is all but impossible. It lasts a little bit longer than the darkness incantation and covers a wider area. Doesn't break lock-on, but they won't be able to see what you're doing very well.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            I have killed someone with this while invading them, it took a number of casts and cramped quarters with me chasing them down. Fortunately the mist does not affect the caster, and the loss of sight means you can evade and roll past their blind attacks to cast again.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              This is a really good speed for camouflage you while preparing to do a much better spell for me. Good use in PvP, because ppl are so scary about that.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                "Death status effects ONLY works against players. Every enemy, NPC and boss has protection to this status. " As stated in the fextralife wiki is incorrect. It works against npc invader, too.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  Does the buildup scale with anything? Will higher int make this kill faster? Would the Death staff do anything?

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    I really hope this sorcery doesnt mean there are also weapons that inflict curse, this alone isnt that bad but

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      You get it from a boss fight past the Beyond the Roots Bonfire in the Deeproot Depths.

                                                      Discription:
                                                      "Sorcery of Fia, the Deathbed Companion.

                                                      Creates a deathly mist before the caster, which inflicts Death bliht upon those who enter.
                                                      This Sorcery can be cast while in motions. Charging enhances range of the mist.

                                                      This sorcery was developed to appose the Roundtable Hold, and is effective only against the Tarnished

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        You get Fia's mist at Deeproot, Death Prince Throne (I guess that's the name of the site of grace; it's high above, climb the roots, avoid enemies). Deeproot itself is a secret area behind Valiant Gargoyles (you take a lift in a coffin). You receive the spell after fighting Fia's champions. Cant recall if I've just got it for free, or did I have to kill her after chit-chatting her. I wanted her outfit so yeah, I killed her. As for the spell itself - IT SEEMS that it causes Death buildup, but any mob I've tried it on didn't react to it, no matter how long it was standing in there; so either it does something else, or it scales from something else than inteligence and faith.

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