Incant Scaling

Effect The degree to which sorceries increase in power.

Incant Scaling is one of the Damage Types in Elden Ring. It is a special Damage Type that is dealt in specific situations. Damage Types are a major part of the calculation that determines how much damage is dealt in Combat and are affected by many factors including your equipment, skills and temporary buffs.


Elden Ring Incant Scaling Guide

Incant Scaling is a special type of damage stat that can be found on some Weapons. 


Incant Scaling Calculations

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Incant Scaling and Weapons

Some Weapons in Elden Ring possess the Incant Scaling stat

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Increasing Incant Scaling Done in Elden Ring

Incant Scaling can be increased by equipping the following:

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Increasing Resistance to Incant Scaling in Elden Ring

Incant Scaling dealt to the player can be reduced by equipping the following:

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Elden Ring Incant Scaling Notes & Tips

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    • Anonymous

      Could someone clarify something for me please? using the glintstone whetblade to give a weapon cold affinity sees a pretty big drop in base damage. I have a couple of questions.
      (1) Do melee builds, incantation builds and hybrids of the two, who are unlikely to have any
      investment in INT, just accept the big drop in damage from putting cold on it?

      (2) is putting cold on a weapon worth the drop in base damage when used against enemies vulnerable to frostbite, will a cold weapon do enough damage to enemies that are weak to it to compensate for the drop in the base damage?

      (3) basically, I'm wondering if these whetblades work in the same way weapons, spells and incantations do, where certain weapons are only worthwhile if you have the right attributes to see their potential, and you have to make up your mind what you want to use. So would someone with a build that has no points in INT just not put cold on a weapon in the first place and use freeze grease instead?

      • Anonymous

        Here is my incant scaling test with lightning bolt on the unaware Godrick Soldier by the Lordsworn's Greatsword chest at 18 and 40 faith.

        116 incant: 294 dmg
        140 incant: 373 dmg

        Fully charged lightning spear
        116 incant: 358 dmg
        140 incant: 453 dmg

        For a 24 increase in incant scaling, I got a 25% increase to lightning spear damage.
        Incant damage = (incant base damage)(incant modifier)
        could be incant modifier starts to be 1.0 at 100.

        • Anonymous

          Here is some data at 158 and 198 incant scaling. I used the dragon communion seal (+15% to dragon incantations) and equipped/ unequipped the mimic tear helmet to get these numbers. The target unequipped all his gear and had 10 fire resistance and -10 lightning resistance and 0 all other resistances

          452, 599 Greyroll’s roar
          255, 705 for smarag’s at 158
          306, 916 for smarags at 198
          244 ,319 catch flame
          124, 216 pest threads
          414, 321 scouring black flame
          134, 192 rot breath
          223, 290 flame sling
          204, 336 whirl o flame
          414, 476 shabriri’s howl
          289, 380 lightning spear
          244, 321 honed bolt
          300, 393 o flame
          3 tics of 13, 3 tics of 21 surge o flame
          188 584, 253 777 ekzyke’s decay

          • Anonymous

            oh boy, this page is definitely useful! I couldn't have found better info anywhere, not even the "Seal" page *wink* *wink*

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