Fire Scorpion Charm

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status effect 83 elden ring wiki guide 44pxIncreases Fire Damage by 12%, but increases  Physical Damage taken by 10%

Fire Scorpion Charm is a Talisman in Elden RingFire Scorpion Charm increases Fire Damage by 12%, but increases Physical Damage taken by 10%. Players can use Talismans in Elden Ring to boost a variety of Stats.

 

A talisman carried by assassins who strike unseen.
Patterned on a scorpion freshly shed of its exoskeleton, its claws seizing a heart that burns with fire.

Raises fire attack power, but lowers damage negation.

 

Fire Scorpion Charm Effect in Elden Ring

Fire Scorpion Charm increases Fire Damage by 12%, but increases Physical Damage taken by 10%.

  • Increases Fire Damage by 8% in PvP.
  • Increases Physical Damage taken by 15% in PvP.

 

Where to find Fire Scorpion Charm in Elden Ring

Where to find Fire Scorpion Charm:

 

Elden Ring Fire Scorpion Charm Notes & Tips

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elden Ring Talismans
Ancestral Spirit's Horn  ♦  Arrow's Reach Talisman  ♦  Arrow's Sting Talisman  ♦  Arsenal Charm  ♦  Assassin's Cerulean Dagger  ♦  Assassin's Crimson Dagger  ♦  Axe Talisman  ♦  Blessed Dew Talisman  ♦  Blue Dancer Charm  ♦  Blue-Feathered Branchsword  ♦  Boltdrake Talisman  ♦  Bull-Goat's Talisman  ♦  Carian Filigreed Crest  ♦  Cerulean Amber Medallion  ♦  Cerulean Seed Talisman  ♦  Clarifying Horn Charm  ♦  Claw Talisman  ♦  Companion Jar  ♦  Concealing Veil  ♦  Crimson Amber Medallion  ♦  Crimson Seed Talisman  ♦  Crucible Knot Talisman  ♦  Crucible Scale Talisman  ♦  Curved Sword Talisman  ♦  Daedicar's Woe  ♦  Dagger Talisman  ♦  Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman  ♦  Dragoncrest Shield Talisman  ♦  Entwining Umbilical Cord  ♦  Erdtree's Favor  ♦  Flamedrake Talisman  ♦  Flock's Canvas Talisman  ♦  Furled Finger's Trick-Mirror  ♦  Godfrey Icon  ♦  Godskin Swaddling Cloth  ♦  Golden Scarab  ♦  Graven-Mass Talisman  ♦  Graven-School Talisman  ♦  Great-Jar's Arsenal  ♦  Greatshield Talisman  ♦  Green Turtle Talisman  ♦  Haligdrake Talisman  ♦  Hammer Talisman  ♦  Hosts' Trick-Mirror  ♦  Immunizing Horn Charm  ♦  Kindred of Rot's Exultation  ♦  Lance Talisman  ♦  Lightning Scorpion Charm  ♦  Longtail Cat Talisman  ♦  Lord of Blood's Exultation  ♦  Magic Scorpion Charm  ♦  Marika's Scarseal  ♦  Marika's Soreseal  ♦  Millicent's Prosthesis  ♦  Moon of Nokstella  ♦  Mottled Necklace  ♦  Old Lord's Talisman  ♦  Pearldrake Talisman  ♦  Perfumer's Talisman  ♦  Prince of Death's Cyst  ♦  Prince of Death's Pustule  ♦  Radagon's Scarseal  ♦  Radagon's Soreseal  ♦  Radagon Icon  ♦  Red-Feathered Branchsword  ♦  Ritual Shield Talisman  ♦  Ritual Sword Talisman  ♦  Roar Medallion  ♦  Rotten Winged Sword Insignia  ♦  Sacred Scorpion Charm  ♦  Sacrificial Twig  ♦  Shabriri's Woe  ♦  Shard of Alexander  ♦  Silver Scarab  ♦  Spear Talisman  ♦  Spelldrake Talisman  ♦  Stalwart Horn Charm  ♦  Starscourge Heirloom  ♦  Taker's Cameo  ♦  Twinblade Talisman  ♦  Two Fingers Heirloom  ♦  Viridian Amber Medallion  ♦  Warrior Jar Shard  ♦  Winged Sword Insignia

 




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    • Anonymous

      Why tf does it have to go from 10 to 15% more physical damage taken in pvp? Is reducing it's damage not enough? tf...

      • Anonymous

        I wonder how fast I could melt bosses with dual wielded flame infuse weapons, this, Flame Grant me Strength, Golden Vow and the Flame Shrouding Cracked Tear?
        Be a jerk move in PvP and I'd understand getting bonked for buffing that many times, but bosses are nice and wait most of the time.

        • Anonymous

          Does bleed count as physical damage in this case? If not, 15% more physical is not even that much of a downside since all you fight is rivers of blood and stars of ruin anyway.

          • Anonymous

            This definitely increases fire arrow damage, idk what the other guy is saying. I went from 327 damage to 336 damage with the talisman equipped.

            • Anonymous

              Unless you're playing a pure caster, probably not worth for a pvp toon. That damage debuff is pretty significant.

              • Anonymous

                Pretty stupid that he gives 8% damage in exchange for taking 15% more in PvP. Why is everything crap for elemental builds?

                • Anonymous

                  for some odd reason stacking this with the flame shrouding tear seems to lower my flame spit damage by about 200

                  • Anonymous

                    I don't notice fire damage increase on Eleanors Poleblade using this talisman. Anyone else have the same issue?

                    • Anonymous

                      Just confirmed this buffs pots like Fire Pot and Volcano Pot. Threw a regular fire pot at a Haligtree Knight with no fire scorp charm and it did 475. Reset level, equipped charm and threw another regular fire pot at the same knight, and it did 512 (12% increase like in the entry). Saw noticeable damage increase with the constant fire damage of the Volcano pot as well.

                      • Anonymous

                        Fire Incantations already get it kind of rough, why does there scorpion charm gotta be so far into the game?

                        • Anonymous

                          Fire Incantations already get it kind of rough, why does there scorpion charm gotta be so far into the game?

                          • Anonymous

                            This is almost carbon copy of the Fire Clutch Ring from DS3. Instead of increasing fire damage 15% in PvE and 8% in PvP, it apparently increases it by 12% in any situation. The Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman is a good companion here, as it boosts physical absorptions by more than this ring decreases them!

                            The same is true for any Scorpion Charm, I might add. The Greathsield Talisman can potentially cancel the malus given by two of them, if you are using a dual elemental weapon, like the Sword of Night and Flame.

                            • Anonymous

                              Damage negation is -10% across all physical types and it does not stack additively.

                              Tested by wearing no armor and no talismas aside from the charm, status screen showed damage negation -10% for physical/strike/shash/pierce and 0% for all others.

                              Put on the veteran set, no charm, physical negation was at 35.588%. Added the charm and it went to 29.147% (an overall change of 6.4%). But that change of 6.4% still equates to taking 10% more damage than you would with just the armor on. An attack that would have done 64 damage at 36% negation would do 71 at 29% negation.

                              • Anonymous

                                Percent fire damage increase seems to be about 12%, and it seems to lower physical defenses by about 7 flat damage negation.

                                • This does work for most black fire.. works with Black Fire, Scouring Black Flame, Black Blade, and Rykard's Rancor, and the Blasphemous Blade greatsword. However it doesn't work with Ancient Death Rancor or the Explosive Ghostflame initial explosion.

                                  Did some quick testing and it removed about 5 points of phys dmg negation with heavy armor and 7 points with light armor which is strange. Magic/fire/lightning/holy negation is not affected. Some quick numbers with the golden order seal +9 (godslayer seal +24 was bad) 42 int 46 faith:

                                  with fire talisman +0
                                  833 charged black flame
                                  588 non-charged black flame

                                  without fire talisman +0
                                  749 charged black flame
                                  530 non-charged black flame

                                  ~10% dmg increase?

                                  • Anonymous

                                    It's in the Fort Laiedd in Mt. Gelnir, uppermost floor, westernmost corner, hidden on the outside on a wooden platform (need to jump over the wall), accompanied by a ghost that speaks without being prompted.

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