Golden Order Incantations are a group of Incantations in Elden Ring that share a specific type of buff criteria. Golden Order Incantations revolve around holy powers, and provide both offensive and defensive capabilities. They require Faith and Intelligence in order to be casted.

There are a total of 9 Golden Order Incantations available for players. Many Golden Order Incantations can be purchased from Brother Corhyn.

 

 

Golden Order Incantations info

Obtaining Golden Order Incantations

Golden Order Incantations Requirements

  • As is the case with all Incantations, you must have a Sacred Seal equipped in order to be able to cast Golden Order Incantations.
  • Golden Order Incantations require Faith and Intelligence to use.

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    • Anonymous

      What if I input the minimum int and the rest into Faith so that I could utilize other golden incantations like gods wrath or whatever it’s called

      • Anonymous

        I believe that the Immutable Shield and the Order's Blade are hinting that INT & FAI builds shouldn't be focusing on just incantations or sorceries only, and you should combine it with a scepter and/or another weapon, as the seal can have different uses depending on which hand is used to hold it (as opposed to the usual of holding the spell catalyst in the left hand). With the base stats to cast all of the Golden Order incantations (31 FAI & 37 INT) you'd get a pretty nice selection of spells, both incantations and sorceries. Even better if you up your INT to 42 to be able to cast all of the Death Sorceries as well. As for the limited choices of weapons (ONLY SoN&F has both INT and FAI scaling), I believe that this school of incantations is meant to be paired with a buffable INT-based weapons and buff it with OB instead of using an innate INT & FAI scaling weapon.

        • Anonymous

          I don't understand this group of incantations. You need both INT and FAI yet there's hardly any weapon that scales with both. There's no equivalent of Quality infusion as well. I guess because you'd have both sorceries and incantations in your arsenal, From "nerfed" the builds for this by making the only good weapon for it is the Sword of Night and Flame? I don't understand. Death sorceries requires both INT and FAI as well but lore-wise they're on the opposite side of the spectrum.

          • Anonymous

            Holy Damage is underwhelming due to a lot of boss resistances, so in the case that they don't nerf boss resistances against holy (which they probably won't due to "lore" reasons.) I thought of a spell to buff holy damage -

            Indictment of Improper Death

            One of the incantations of the Golden Order Fundamentalists
            Used by hunters of Those Who Live in Death.

            Boosts holy-affinity attacks. (35% PvE 25% PvP, 60 Seconds)

            A latent incantation developed in response to the spread of Those Who Live in Death, it is said that this incantation is at once a condemnation of the Death Prince and a mourning prayer of desire that the Golden scion be given a proper death. 13 Intelligence & 23 Faith.

            Stat justification - I wanted to use the minimum Int required of a Golden Order Incantation because I wanted pure faith builds to have access to the holy buff as it hurts them the most as the damage affinity they primarily rely on besides flame art. (int/faith builds have holy/flame art/ice/magic). A lore justification for the higher faith requirement is kind of my head canon that now since the Golden Order has become broken since the death of Godwyn, spread of his influence as the Prince of Death, and the shattering, the Golden Order hunters have become more increasingly zealous and radicalized, relying less upon the scholarly aspect of their faith and more on blind obedience in response. I looked at some other spells such as Terra Magica, Flame Grant Me Strength as examples of how the spell should function, and then tweaked a little bit.

            • Anonymous

              Someone should add "Radiant Gold Mask boosts Golden Order Incantations by 10% when worn." to the "Boosting Golden Order Incantations" section of this page. Maybe *you* can do it, guy who approves my comment. I'm not going to make an account...

              • Anonymous

                I'm hoping in the future there are more int/faith incantations and sorceries. The current ones are a little underwhelming.

                Outside of TRoL and RRoL, the Golden Order Incantations are either moderately weak, or completely useless. Discus of Light has a small hit-box and already moves pretty slow, Litany is extremely weak even against skeletons (and the fact it doesn't work on ZOMBIES is ridiculous). Order Healing is only usable in very specific circumstances which may never happen, Order's Blade is somewhat useful, but still inferior to other holy-buffs like Sacred Blade and Sacred Order (despite being stackable with the latter, it can't be used in conjunction with weapons that have said AoW... like Epitaph or Tree Spear). Law of Regression is solid, specifically in PvP situations. Law of Causality is very weak. It takes 5 hits to trigger and the explosion is easy to roll through anyways, so it's practically useless in PvP, sadly. Overall, I think most of these incantations still need a buff.

                Death Sorceries outside of Rancor are terrible. We all know this :(

                • Anonymous

                  I don't know why you need Int along with Faith... because according to Lore, Radagon learned both Sorcery and Incantation?

                  • Anonymous

                    Why are these sooooooo bad. They're objectively inferior to fire, beast, and lightning incants in both damage and cast speed. Basically this is an entire build that is ONLY useful in pvp for spamming triple discs of light and nothing else. This is such a meme.

                    • Anonymous

                      These spells feel like they were meant to be used in ng+, but in ng+ boss health goes so high they become useless. Not to mention all of the endgame bosses have holy resist

                      • Anonymous

                        Its a shame there is only 3 damage-based incants, with one of them being an upgrade to another, despite being in Elphael. Early game Discus is decent if you skip to Altus and grab it along with Goldmask and Golden Order seal.

                        • Anonymous

                          Love these incantations, but on a 125 build with 60 vigor I barely get 40 int & faith. The damage is too light imo with this split. Not to mention I have zero endurance, no mind to keep casting, and no dex to fast cast. These spells are just too stat hungry.

                          • Anonymous

                            The concepts and stat requirements of this family are so non-intuitive and ridiculous. Golden Order Greatsword, a weapon, produces the symbol of this family of Incantations and also was the sword of the founder of this sect, Radagon - Has no int requirment. Law of Regression and Causality are both incantations that, logically speaking, require one to believe in the Golden Order as a tangible, powerful entity- no Faith requirement and 37 intelligence . Immutable shield, in its own description, states that it is related to Law of Regression, yet it has a faith requirement. I get for balancing and story reasons they wouldn't want you to have to get 37 in faith and int just to use Law of Regression, but just lower both requirements a bit so that its possible to be used. None of these incantations should be solely faith or int. AND, ironically enough, the founder of this sect, Radagon, is the literal personification of non-scholastic blind faith. He is completely obedient to the Golden Order, even in spite of its failings and his other half, Marika, rebelling. I love the idea of a scholarly, theologian like sect that requires both int and faith, but the implementation of these feels a bit off in my estimation.

                            • Anonymous

                              golden order build with the golden order seal just makes any incantation so much more powerful at level 100-120, compared to a build that's just purely faith. so weird

                              • Anonymous

                                playing through the game feels weird with this build, damaging incantations are few and far between so for the majority of the game you're going to be using standard incantations with the golden order seal. Discus of light is so small and misses often and you have to rush to haglitree to get a good spell. Radagon's ring of light is hella situational and requires heavy stat investment so you cant use it until late game so you're stuck with discus of light until mountaintops of the giant. give us more spells plz

                                • Anonymous

                                  These are amazing,toss on the goldmask get a little cracked tear and you output insane damage and get to use some pretty solid utility. I use the night and flame when radagons greatsword doesn't cut it because of holy resistance.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    man would love to use but they just arnt useful since they required heavy stat investment and dont have any weapons that scale with both stats so you might as well just go full faith or int

                                    • As of 1.04, the halo rings actually feel really nice to use. I'm playing with the halo incantations + dual halo scythe and I can't tell you how annoyed people become when I can apply pressure from afar and play around with the boomerang effect when they get close. It's a pretty viable build now, but it's not OP and you still will be outplayed by other builds.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        With 1.04 patch some of these spells get buff.I'm curious if they're useful now I want to do int + faith build with holy theme but these spells were so bad

                                        • Anonymous

                                          And undead hunters are not really Golden Order researchers they are more of a special hunters who learned only top of the iceberg of the principles of the Golden Order but they are needed to correct world to it.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Ok so if anyone confused these spells are basically science. Sorcerers study laws in the stars and use them to affect world around them.
                                            Golden Order fundamentalism studies laws of the Golden Order. Elden Ring created the laws upon which world operate and researching them is what Golden Order fundamentalists do.
                                            For example. To use Erdtree heal you don’t need to know how heal happens. You just believe in that. To cast law of regression you have to research what that law implies means. How it affects world around you.
                                            Basically Golden Order fundamentalism is Physics.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Do you guys have any ideia how pathetic these incantations really are? Most of endgame bosses are strong agaisnt holy and these have really slow casting, just weak despite looking cool

                                              • Anonymous

                                                So are these ever gonna get a buff? I see no reason to use these over any other incantation besides killing those that live in death

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  Can these incantations get a buff please? I'd love to incorporate them into my holy paladin build however not a single one of these spells does any real damage. The only time one of these spells was useful was for lore reasons at Lyndell with the law of regression spell in front of that statue.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    So disappointed these incantations require high lvl int. You can't build your character focusing on holy damage because all sacred ashes of war and Golden Order weapons only scale with faith. IMO, fire incantations should be the hybrid for faith/int, just like the Sword of Night and Flame has a fire attack.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      So disappointed these incantations require high lvl int. You can't build your character focusing on holy damage because all sacred ashes of war and Golden Order weapons only scale with faith. IMO, fire incantations should be the hybrid for faith/int, just like the Sword of Night and Flame has a fire attack.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Sucks there's only 3 weapons that scale with int faith. Wish they had an actual golden order weapon that compliments the stat build.

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