Green Turtle Talisman

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status effect 115 elden ring wiki guide 44px Raises  Stamina recovery speed by 8 per second (17.7%)

Green Turtle Talisman is a Talisman in Elden Ring. Green Turtle Talisman raises Stamina recovery speed by 8 per second (17.7%). Players can use talismans in Elden Ring to boost a variety of Stats.

 

A talisman in the shape of a green turtle.
Raises stamina recovery speed.

Turtles are known as a nutritious ingredient, symbolic of inexhaustible power.

However, those who hold turtles to be wise creatures consider the practice of eating their meat to be barbarous.

 

Green Turtle Talisman Effect in Elden Ring

Green Turtle Talisman raises Stamina recovery speed by 8 per second (17.7%).

 

Where to find Green Turtle Talisman in Elden Ring

Where to find Green Turtle Talisman:

  • Summonwater Village. In an underground area on the eastern outskirts of the village. Entering the area requires a Stonesword Key. [Map link]

 

Elden Ring Green Turtle Talisman Notes & Tips

 

Builds with Green Turtle Talisman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  ♦  Fire Scorpion Charm  ♦  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  ♦  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

      The numbers look good, but how noticeable is the effect in practice? Elden Ring seems to have the lowest stamina consumption of any Soulsborne game ever, and veteran players already have their stamina management down to a science.

      • Anonymous

        I'm 200 hours in and never noticed that place after killing the mariner ghost... I've never also noticed D around that place, I just passed by randomly and killed the dude, I'm baffled

        • Anonymous

          Arguably the single most important talisman in the entire game. Your stamina regeneration is already high, but the rogues gallery of the Lands Between are all incredibly aggressive and put extreme strain on your stamina.
          You should always equip this, no matter your build. It's just that good.
          — Courh the Explorer

          • Anonymous

            Waste of slot. The game already provides fast stamina recovery. It was useful in ds2 cuz everything was so damn slow.

            • Anonymous

              Green Turtle 17.7% Stamina Regen is BETTER than the Great Shield Talisman 10% Boost increase....especially since the Great Shield Talisman seems to be nerfed when you get close to 100% Boost (such as on GreatShields, for example).

              So, if you are using a Guard Counter build, then this is the wiser choice.

              • Anonymous

                If I’m fat rolling would this leave me with higher stam recovery than normal? Been fat rolling in duels and haven’t noticed any drawbacks besides recovery but this is a good thing when using a roll attack to roll catch. And of course I can’t escape rivers of blood specifically

                • Anonymous

                  I never think it's going to be useful. But then I switch to Crimson Seed + Turtle Charm + Damage Reducers for a while, and suddenly, the game is way easier. The difference between 45 and 53 stam/sec doesn't seem like much, but it inspires confidence in a game with so many delayed rolls.

                  Plus, with all the creepy, cold, stony talismans like Graven Mass, Claw, Primal Glintstone, Branchswords, Dragoncrest, Woes, Godskin Cloth, etc., there's something really cute about holding onto a little green turtle. It's shaped like a friend, like Companion Jar.

                  • Anonymous

                    Stamina recovery after a combo:
                    - without: ~1.30s
                    - with: ~1.15s
                    Honestly, I don't see why it is worth to use it.

                    • Anonymous

                      Is there a +1/+2 version of this talisman in any NG+(+)? You can get +2 version of lot of talismans in NG (often named differently, like Dragoncrest Greatshield for phys reduction). Stamina regen boost is already insane with this one, I just wonder if it can be even higher. Probably not tho, 2 seconds full regen on 140+ stamina would be too insane, or would it?

                      • Anonymous

                        does this have any effect on how soon stamina regen starts, or is it just faster refill once it has already begun?

                        • Anonymous

                          Keep in mind the way stamina management works. Your stamina will not recover while you are performing actions, such as casting, attacking, using ashes of war, rolling, parrying, and actively blocking attacks.
                          You will recover stamina while blocking, but only when you aren't getting hit, and only a little.

                          This talisman will not cause you to be able to spam any actions for longer in one go. As for that you'd need more stamina. However it does help you recover your stamina faster inbetween actions. This can be very valuable if you know how to manage your stamina, and will likely be more valuable the higher in ng+'s you get when you can't just kill everything in a few hits.
                          But it is less valuable than its counterparts were such as the Chloranthy rings and the grass crest shield in the past.
                          The reason for this is that in previous games we didn't have infinite stamina out of combat, and we usually would have to run a lot. Meaning it was valuable both in and out of combat, whereas now it is only useful in combat.

                          It's not a weak talisman at all, and for builds that rely a lot on blocking and counterattacks it is really useful, however at the moment there are simply a lot of talismans that are stronger directly, such as those giving more damage.

                          • Anonymous

                            Have been using it on and off myself as a caster melee hybrid who has only 15 endurance.

                            for my playstyle it's game changer, I prefer paying less attention to my stamina and in both PVE and PVP without this ring i accidentally run out of stamina and take hits all the time

                            If you have found the same need to use chloranthy rings in dark souls 3 or dark souls 2, you should definitely use it in this one


                            My personal guess is that it gives about 20% stamina regen.

                            • Anonymous

                              I've used it on and off, and don't notice a huge difference while using it. It's good for beginners when you don't have a lot, but I feel the further you get in the game, the more you'll want to replace it, and if you're worried about replacing it for something you'd rather have more, the don't worry about it. The difference is noticeable, but enough to make it mandatory to use

                              • Anonymous

                                Surprisingly useful in lots of situations. As a caster we're usually limited by stamina rather than FP, and using it all up means you can't dodge after - this has enough of an effect to be able to cast and dodge almost endlessly, and made the Alecto fight possible with just Carian + Greatblade Phalanx and sprinting/dodging the rest of the time between casts. Much more utility than it seems at first glance since it allows for more DPS and higher survivability.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Green turtle talisman + green turtle shell + greenburst crystal tear OR pickle turtle neck, they can be stacked. But greenburst crystal tear and pickle turtle neck does not stack. Also crystal tear give you more stamina recovery than pickle.

                                  My tests having 137 stamina:
                                  No buffs= 4.0s
                                  Talisman+shell= 2.72s
                                  Talisman+shell+pickle= 2.20s
                                  Talisman+shell+tear= 2.00s

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Yo the guy that wrote you can upgrade this by killing 200 turtles while having this equipped is lying. Just attempted it and killed more than 200 and my talisman remained the same. Unless there's a specific way of doing it it is a false statement and is not true.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      This talisman also increases your equip load. Took me a minute to figure out why I was suddenly doing slow rolls after equipping it.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Seems does not stack with GREENSPILL CRYSTAL TEAR...
                                        https://eldenring.wiki.fextralife.com/Greenspill+Crystal+Tear
                                        Can you confirm?

                                        • Anonymous

                                          green turtle is a souls reference, every noob would wear a grasscrest shield offhand because the stam regen passive effect

                                          • Anonymous

                                            without talisman: 148 stamina recovers 3.32 seconds = 44.5 stamina / second
                                            with talisman: 148 stamina recovers 2.83 seconds = 52.3 stamina / second
                                            => ~ +17.5% (+/- 1%) stamina recovery speed

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