Glass Shard

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Shard of filthy glass. Worthless rubbish.
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Glass Shard is a Consumable Item in Elden Ring. Most Consumables grant various effects such as restorative properties for recovering HP, removing certain negative status effects or applying temporary buffs and debuffs, while others can be thrown at enemies to deal damage.

 

Glass shard covered in dirt.

Because it sparkles in the light, it might be mistaken for an object of value when seen from afar.

It cannot produce light by itself. Essentially worthless.

 

Where to find Glass Shard in Elden Ring

 

Elden Ring Glass Shard Notes & Tips

  • You can hold up to 99 Glass Shard.
  • You can store up to 600 Glass Shard.
  • Sell Value: Cannot be sold
  • Notes and tips go here.

 

Elden Ring Consumables
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    • Anonymous

      it would be so cool if this thing had the glowing whisp effect when dropped, so it could be used as bait for invasions.

      • Anonymous

        I love that in the repeat encounter with Patches in his cave, he's restocked his bait chest with a single glass shard.

        • Anonymous

          You can farm these pretty consistently at Writheblood Ruins, due East of the Bridge of Iniquity site of grace. They make great bait for hosts or invaders in pvp because it's even more worthless than other cheap items

          • Anonymous

            im surprised it isnt use to craft anything, like a glass shard fragmentation pot or something, but it is actually useless

            • Anonymous

              I love how it says filthy in the description. Like worthless rubbish wasn‘t bad enough, it has to be filthy too

              • Anonymous

                i was doing a level 1 playthrough, wanted to find an item i can use as a bank for my souls, gave this guy 69K runes thinking i can sell them back, god damn that patches, cant help but love how despicable he is

                • Anonymous

                  Oh my gosh I just got it after reading the comments and flavor text over and other. It IS a junk item, but when it drops from an enemy or is unpicked up on the ground it gives off the "beacon" effect. By unpicked up I mean a natural item on the ground. I wonder if it's a mistranslation. I can't think of places you pick it up but it sounds like an item From can use to bait greedy players into DEV made traps or make people run over to a killed enemy like a demi human. Also could explain why Demis have them, they think their shiny and cool. The only other mobs that drop them are slimes (you know how easy it would be for a slime creature to just pick up trash on the ground? also may be used for the staby staby) and perfumers, an enemy that uses glass Perfume Bottles that unlike cracked pots are not stated to heal/mend. I would even guess the mistranslation could come for From telling the mistranslators the use of the item on their side to help them better word the flavor text such as telling them little Dev facts such as it being a trick item, total theory but I can see it being a thing with the whole mistranslation of an ending to the game. That's a big thing and it makes me think twice about trusting the lesser writing in the game

                  • Anonymous

                    seems like a nice troll - summon co op partner for dungeon that has poison swamp, drop them 1 of these and then they go to pick it up hoping for boluses but then its this and they die of poison and you laugh

                    • Anonymous

                      bruh this could be the pebble of Elden Ring, I really want a cheap throwaway item just to draw aggro. Without using my darts

                      • Anonymous

                        Weird to put in an item that literally has no use or value of its own. Even 'rubbish' from previous games, which explicitly tell you it's worthless and you're a fool for picking it up, has value and can be traded for something. People are talking about using it as bait in PvP but it looks like an item dropped by a player, so any other cheap item can be used in its place, like your eighty bajillion rowa fruit that you'll never use all of but keep picking up anyway for some reason.

                        • Anonymous

                          Hopefully in a future patch (current 1.04) these can be used for something. At least in DS Remastered you could sell these for souls. Maybe glass tip arrows or an alternative recipe for rainbow stones would be cool

                          • Anonymous

                            Hopefully in a future patch (current 1.04) these can be used for something. At least in DS Remastered you could sell these for souls. Maybe glass tip arrows or an alternative recipe for rainbow stones would be cool

                            • Anonymous

                              Its description says that "Because it sparkles in the light, it might be mistaken for an object of value when seen from afar" which makes me think it could have some kind of use as bait? Like toss one down as an invader to make it look like an item that the host would be able to see, so that you can ambush them. Maybe? I have no desire to invade so i won't see myself attempting to test it

                              • Anonymous

                                Curious if its supposed to be the glass of a estus flask, prolly not but its interesting how patches sells this

                                • Anonymous

                                  If you can buy this from patches for a hundred runes and it sells for a hundred runes, this sounds like a way to store runes for later

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