Glintstone Breath

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Spell Type Dragon Communion Incantations
FP Cost 28 (4) Slots Used 1
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Channels dragon to spew magic breath.
attributes required elden ring wiki guide 18Requires

Glintstone Breath is an Incantation in Elden Ring. Glintstone Breath spell allows the caster to create a powerful magic breath.


One of the incantations of Dragon Communion.

Transforms caster into a dragon to spew magic breath.
Charging extends duration.

Those extraordinary individuals who perpetuate Dragon
Communion are called the dragon-hearted.


Where to find Glintstone Breath

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Elden Ring Glintstone Breath Guide

  • Dragon Communion Incantation
  • Stamina Cost: 40
  • Deals Magic Damage.
  • Like other generic Breath incantations, this spell has long wind-up time of 2 seconds.
  • Covers wide area and can occasionally ricochet from walls and non-destructible objects.
  • Duration can be extended to breathe again, and you can swivel your character while casting to spew in different directions.
  • Full cast requires at least 52 FP but will use up to 96 FP with no additional benefit before any FP-conservating buffs.
  • It takes on average 5 seconds including initial wind-up to complete the full cast.
  • Unlike the named Breath spells, cannot be cast while jumping.
  • Can be used while on horseback.




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  ♦  Ekzykes's Decay  ♦  Elden Stars  ♦  Electrify Armament  ♦  Erdtree Heal  ♦  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  ♦  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

      Is there a reason to use this over scarlet rot breath or especially dragonice. Or is it just hoping your opponent has little magic resistance

      • Anonymous

        If this scaled with INT as well as FTH and ARC is almost demands the availability of a universal spell catalyst.

        Which I like the idea of. Preferably a sacred seal that can use sorcery for all the hadoukens. The fact it doesn't however makes me worry it's just not going to happen for a dlc. Sad

        • Anonymous

          This does a lot of damage to the fallingstar beast. I combined it with the dragon rotten breath to help ease the fight a bit since I was level 60.

          • Anonymous

            There’s also an upgraded version called Smarags Glintstone breath. Has a slightly similar icon. Requires 23 Fai/ 15 Arc. Curious if it’s worth getting?

            • Anonymous

              What does the 4 in the parentheses next to FP cost mean. I know what FP is obviously and I'm assuming the 28 is the resource cost, but what specifically does the 4 mean?

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