Flame, Cleanse Me

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Spell Type Fire Monk Incantation
FP Cost 14 Slots Used 1
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Alleviates buildup of and cures poison and scarlet rot

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Flame, Cleanse Me is an Incantation in Elden Ring. Flame, Cleanse Me spell creates a flame that damages the player, but also alleviates buildup of and cures poison and scarlet rot.

 

One of the incantations of the Fire Monks.

Creates a fire within that burns away toxins.

Alleviates poison and scarlet rot buildup and cures these ailments.
This incantation leaves the caster with subtle burns - a reminder
that they must fear the flame.

 

Where to find Flame, Cleanse Me

Where to find Flame, Cleanse Me:

 

Elden Ring Flame, Cleanse Me Guide

 

Elden Ring Flame, Cleanse Me Notes & Tips

  • This also removes Frostbite because of the self-inflicted Fire damage (although it does not alleviate buildup).

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
Elden Ring Incantations
Agheel's Flame  ♦  Ancient Dragons' Lightning Spear  ♦  Ancient Dragons' Lightning Strike  ♦  Aspects of the Crucible: Breath  ♦  Aspects of the Crucible: Horns  ♦  Aspects of the Crucible: Tail  ♦  Barrier of Gold  ♦  Beast Claw  ♦  Bestial Constitution  ♦  Bestial Sling  ♦  Bestial Vitality  ♦  Black Blade  ♦  Black Flame  ♦  Black Flame's Protection  ♦  Black Flame Blade  ♦  Black Flame Ritual  ♦  Blessing's Boon  ♦  Blessing of the Erdtree  ♦  Bloodboon  ♦  Bloodflame Blade  ♦  Bloodflame Talons  ♦  Borealis's Mist  ♦  Burn O Flame!  ♦  Catch Flame  ♦  Cure Poison  ♦  Darkness  ♦  Death Lightning  ♦  Discus of Light  ♦  Divine Fortification  ♦  Dragonbolt Blessing  ♦  Dragonclaw  ♦  Dragonfire  ♦  Dragonice  ♦  Dragonmaw  ♦  Ekzyke's Decay  ♦  Ekzykes's Decay  ♦  Elden Stars  ♦  Electrify Armament  ♦  Erdtree Heal  ♦  Ezykes's Decay  ♦  Fire's Deadly Sin  ♦  Flame Fall Upon Them  ♦  Flame Fortification  ♦  Flame of the Fell God  ♦  Flame Protect Me  ♦  Fortissax's Lightning Spear  ♦  Frenzied Burst  ♦  Frozen Lightning Spear  ♦  Giantsflame Take Thee  ♦  Glintstone Breath  ♦  Golden Lightning Fortification  ♦  Golden Vow (Spell)  ♦  Great Heal  ♦  Greyoll's Roar  ♦  Heal  ♦  Honed Bolt  ♦  Howl of Shabriri  ♦  Immutable Shield  ♦  Inescapable Frenzy  ♦  Lansseax's Glaive  ♦  Law of Causality  ♦  Law of Regression  ♦  Lightning Fortification  ♦  Lightning Spear  ♦  Lightning Strike  ♦  Litany of Proper Death  ♦  Lord's Aid  ♦  Lord's Divine Fortification  ♦  Lord's Heal  ♦  Magic Fortification  ♦  Magma Breath  ♦  Noble Presence  ♦  O Flame!  ♦  Order's Blade  ♦  Order Healing  ♦  Pest Threads  ♦  Placidusax's Ruin  ♦  Poison Armament  ♦  Poison Mist  ♦  Protection of the Erdtree  ♦  Radagon's Rings of Light  ♦  Rejection  ♦  Rotten Breath  ♦  Scarlet Aeonia  ♦  Scouring Black Flame  ♦  Shadow Bait  ♦  Smarag's Glintstone Breath  ♦  Stone of Gurranq  ♦  Surge O Flame!  ♦  Swarm of Flies  ♦  The Flame of Frenzy  ♦  Theodorix's Magma  ♦  Triple Rings of Light  ♦  Unendurable Frenzy  ♦  Urgent Heal  ♦  Vyke's Dragonbolt  ♦  Whirl O Flame!  ♦  Wrath of Gold



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    • Anonymous

      Every character needs this, the ability to safely remove three of the most common statuses for little more than a bit of fp and a hp hit so low i didn't even notice it the first time i used this is worth going out of your way to meet the requirements on any build.

      • Anonymous

        So, since it deals 15 fire damage to you, and fire damage removes frostbite from enemies when you hit them with fire after frostbite procs, im guessing this spell also secretly removes frostbite from yourself after taking the fire tick.

        Very useful for pvp since a lot of people use frost on their weapons for the damage buffs, even without needing intel investment.

        • Anonymous

          A no-brainer pick for all Tarnished. Even if you don't have enough faith to cast it normally, every starting class except the Prisoner can equip this spell using the faith boost of the Two Fingers Heirloom talisman. The alternative would be to craft piles of Scarlet Boluses, which require a rare resource that's in finite supply to craft. — Courh the Explorer

          • Anonymous

            You know what the self fire damage made me realize? It would have made more sense that the effects of this were swapped with bestial constitution, except that they would them probably want this to have a different name. Fire makes more sense to remove frost buildup because is warm and this already does self fire damage that removes active frostbite, and it makes more sense for blood buildup because fire can cauterize wounds. Bestial constitution makes more sense for poison and scarlet rot because it’s like channeling a beast that has a stronger immune system to withstand poison and disease

            • Anonymous

              This is just a quality spell - instead of relying on boluses and crafting to get through the Lake of Rot, or the various poison and rot swamps, you just have this. Cheap and effective.

              • Anonymous

                Scarlet is pretty pervasive across the entire game, spanning several major areas and being the gimmick of several different enemies and bosses.

                So having a cheap counter to said status is an obvious boon.

                With the two fingers heirloom (which you also pick up in Liurnia) 9 out of the 10 starter classes (sorry, Prisoner) can use this spell with no level investment whatsoever in Faith.

                • Anonymous

                  This is a must if you intend to traverse(and survive) through hellish places like Lake of Rot, the swamp in Caelid and the ER subreddit!

                  • Anonymous

                    Who would win?

                    A widespread plague devastating the lands of Caelid and even succumbing a Demi-god to a life of insanity,
                    OR,
                    One flamey boi

                    • Anonymous

                      Makes me think if Miquella and Malenia ever tried this to cure scarlet rot. Though maybe Malenia's curse is more potent than just being afflicted? Granted if the source was still in her body...

                      • Anonymous

                        Purely through items, It's quite easy to reach the faith requirement for this spell on any class. For most you only need the Two Fingers Heirloom which raises your FTH by 5. For the Prisoners out there, Commoner's Garb or Ruler's Mask will give you the one point boost you need with the talisman.

                        • Anonymous

                          Incase you're unsure where to find. It's south west of the eastern table land grace. (viable from grace way point) also there is a pose in this firecamp c:

                          • Anonymous

                            You can equip the spell even without the faith requirement, so when you're out of battle you can swap to a faith increasing talisman to cast it. No reason not to fill those memory slots.

                            • Anonymous

                              Great for traversing the Lake of Rot, the requirements are reasonable for melee builds with low faith investment.

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