Law of Regression

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Spell Type Golden Order Incantations
FP Cost: 55 Slots Used: 1
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Heals all ailments and dispels all special effects

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Law of Regression is an Incantation in Elden Ring. Law of Regression dispels most Sorcery and Incantation effects, standard Status Effects, unique effects (such as Death Flare), and effects from Consumables and other items, from all nearby targets, both friendly and hostile. This spell also dispels illusory walls, and has other uses outside of combat (spoiler, see below).

 

Incantation of the Golden Order fundamentalists.
One of the key fundamentals.

Heals all negative statuses, dispels special effects, and reveals mimicry in all its forms.

The fundamentalists describe the Golden Order through the powers of regression and causality. Regression is the pull of meaning; that all things yearn eternally to converge.

 

Where to find Law of Regression

 

Law of Regression Guide

  • Golden Order Incantation
  • Stamina cost: 50
  • Part of Brother Corhyn's and Goldmask's quest.
  • Removes buildup and full Status Effects (such as Scarlet Rot and Frostbite).
  • Nullifies any Sorceries or Incantations that are already active, like a Lightning Spear that's mid-flight.
  • Since this incantation only has Intelligence requirement, a pure Int build with less than 10 Faith, which excludes them from using most Sacred Seals, can still use this incantation by using Frenzied Flame Seal.
  • This incantation has an additional use (puzzle and story spoiler ahead, highlight to read): At the statue of Radagon in Leyndell, Royal Capital, there is a message that reads "Regression Alone Reveals Secrets." Casting this incantation near the message will cause the statue to change into a statue of Marika, and reveal another message that reads "Radagon is Marika."

 

Goldmask Progression Guide for Low-Intelligence Characters

If your character has a low Intelligence, you may still be able to use the Law of Regression spell to progress Goldmask's quest, by using the following stat-boosting items:

That adds up to +36 Intelligence, so even if you somehow managed to start with 1 Intelligence, it is still possible to meet the requirement. This prevents players from having to waste time and two Larval Tears to respec into Intelligence and back.

 

 
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    • Anonymous

      Maybe there's a reason why every single Golden Order incantation requires INT to cast, but I don't know, I don't level Intelligence.

      • Anonymous

        people when the lore affects game mechanics: >:(((((
        people when the lore doesnt affect game mechanics: >:((((((
        people who enjoy the game either way: :))))

        • Anonymous

          Hey, let's make a quest for faith builds that depends entirely on having mid intelligence! What a masterpiece, great job Miyazaki, you've outdone yourself again!

          • If this was labeled as a Sorcery and literally nothing else about it was changed, I bet you'd see a lot less complaints. People act like it's such a big deal that this is an Incantation that requires no Faith, but isn't that true for 90% of Sorceries? The only difference between this and a Sorcery like Lucidity (beyond the effect and Int requirements) is that this requires the use of something like the Frenzied Flame Seal (which weighs nothing and has no requirements to use effectively) instead of a regular Glintstone Staff. That's it. Any Mage would be able to use this spell effectively if they took just a little extra effort to go get the Frenzied Flame Seal, you don't even need to upgrade it, and equip it in one of the six available weapon slots. Yes, this is an Incantation, but that doesn't mean it was designed for Faith builds specifically, I mean just look at the Aberrant Sorceries.

            • Anonymous

              Does this icantation remove the raising of status effect build-up that incurs upon applying an effect?
              Example: If I apply a hemorrhage and the build-up requirement raises, will Law of Regression reset how much hemorrhage must be applied as though it were the first hemorrhage?

              • Anonymous

                "In this moment, I am euphoric. Not because of any phony god's blessing. But because, I am enlightened by my intelligence"
                ---Golden Order Principia, for some reason

                • Anonymous

                  If elden beast spamming elden stars gets on your nerves and you're too lazy to go get the crimsonwhorl tear , Get this and it'll delete it immediately

                  • If Faith builds are allowed to have over a dozen useful exclusive buffs at their disposal while Intelligence builds only get a fraction that amount, then it makes sense for Intelligence builds to get an anti-buff tool considering just how strong buffs can be in this game. As much I think there are potentially better solutions, this is much preferable than what happened in DS3 when its anti-buff tool was had no requirements and was usable by any build, and in the form of an infinitely purchasable throwable consumable that costs 500 souls (runes) to boot. And they somehow made it work in regard to the lore as well, so that's another plus, I guess.

                    • Anonymous

                      Small tip for Prophets pure faith builds:

                      This was my starter class, pure Faith build. I only had 16 STR and never invested in INT.
                      This means, i didn't had enough STR to use "Oath of Vengeance" (+5 All) and i also didn't had "Marika's Soreseal" (+5 Int), so i had to stick with "Marika's Scarseal" (+3 Int).
                      Even so, you can manage to get the STR needed to use the sword, by using the "Starscourge Heirloom" (+5 Str) + "Radagon's Soreseal" (+5 Str) + "Strength-knot Crystal Tear" (+10 Str).

                      • Anonymous

                        Golden Order Fundamentalism is not religious worship, it's philosophy of religion. Numen and Omen are terms popularized by theologian Rudolf Otto in Das Heilige; specifically, Otto used Numen as the noun form of "numinous" to parallel omen to ominous. Numen (which is what Marika is) are holy but necessarily without any kind of morality presupposed; divinity as made distinct from the good. The Law of Regression (and the Law of Causality, for that matter) is powered by an understanding of divinity, not a belief in it, which is why it requires only intelligence but is an incantation.

                        • Anonymous

                          Like, I get the lore of why, but aggggh this is so far in the other direction in order to use the best status cure incantation. The other four status cures only use faith, but this can replace all of them for 1 slot, but only if you level an entirely different stat than all the other support incants if you don't want to apply all these buffs everytime you want to use it. And not by a small amount either. Why do none of the other support spells encourage you to level int this far? All the other golden order buffs are 13 Int for none holy throwing! Aggggggh!

                          • Anonymous

                            Kinda hurts to sacrifice a memory slot as a mage for this incantation, but something like barrier of gold is too dangerous of a buff unless you wanna run around passively for its entire duration. Also you'll lose all trades with your magic infused weapons, so do yourself a favour and equip this incantation and perhaps even use another memory slot for Bestial Vitality.

                            • Anonymous

                              This thing needs either a range, poise or speed buff. The animation is slow enough so that if your opponent has any ranged ash of war, it will cancel you out of it, since it does not give you any poise boost while casting it.

                              Its the same speed as Barrier of Gold, and the only counter to it if you're a mage, but different from BoG, it gives NO extra poise while casting, and you need to get in range, as the AoE isn't really all that big

                              • Anonymous

                                There was a colosseum match where my opponent cast Barrier of Gold and I cast this spell. What happened next is we tried to override each other's spell the whole match lol.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Hilarious that people complain about this spell and its quest still.

                                  You can reach the requisite intelligence to cast it for the quest using only equipment and buffs. Glintstone crown, stargazer heirloom, intelligence-knot physick, grafted greatsword's oath of vengeance, godrick's great rune. You don't need to respec at all.

                                  Secondly, the two Laws of Golden Order require only intelligence, not faith. It's a sort of gradient between pure faith (most incants), faith/int (Golden Order and its polar opposite, Death), and pure int (Fundamentalist laws). The closer you get to the laws, the less it is about believing in the source of the power and the more it is about understanding it. Goldmask upsets Corhyn by doubting "the holism of the Golden Order"; he didn't believe in it, he was only trying to understand it. And when he figured it out, the faith-driven Corhyn called him a madman.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    37 int requirement for a GOLDEN ORDER INCANTATION which by the way is MANDATORY TO COMPLETE THE PERFECT GOLDEN ORDER ENDING, with no faith requirement at all, unlike almost if not every single other Golden Order Incantation, and on top of that a completely useless one outside of just progressing Golden Mask's questline for the Perfect Golden Order ending... sounds like a blatant waste of a Larval Tear that could be way more useful, way to give us players a middle finger yet again Masozaki...

                                    • Anonymous

                                      To the fellow summon who just used this in our fight against Elden Beast, in the least likely spot you will ever see this question… Why?

                                      • Anonymous

                                        "But the young Miquella abandoned fundamentalism, as it could do nothing to treat the accursed rot". Must never have used this bad boi

                                        • Anonymous

                                          I'm not mad this requires 37 INT. I'm mad it requires ONLY INT. Every Golden Order spell should just have had dual INT/FTH requirement

                                          • Anonymous

                                            This would be alot cooler of it worked like anti magic field from demon's souls preventing any buffs within a certain area of effect for certain amount of time.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              From google-- Regression: 'a return to a former or less developed state'. From da wiki-- 'Nullifies any Sorceries or Incantations that are already active, like a Lightning Spear that's mid-flight.' It's a big old "No" spell. Reverts things back to zero. Eliminates what has happened. Gold. Quite an experience to get it. Requiem.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Based on the definition of this spell, I think it would be not only plausible but also more viable for it to also have an effect on the mimic tear.

                                                "Heals all negative statuses, dispels special effects, and reveals mimicry in all its forms."

                                                It could dispel the mimicry of mimic tears in the eternal cities and could also be a viable option in PVP arenas where you could dispel the mimic tear spirit summon, or transform it back into its ooze like true form. This would be a much needed buff for a very cool but otherwise suboptimal spell and a much needed nerf for a very VERY powerful spirit summon.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  I recon this should of had an awkward stat requirement for everyone including Int users. Something like 18 int , 18 faith , 18 arcane. Or perhaps something alot different like a high mind requirement (now available to all at a price). That way its a reward for making a none meta build instead of giving int users a free pass. Love the addition of this spell in general though. Cuts through so much BS

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    it's too slow and way, way too fp consuming... it's as if anything that has INT in it, it's 90% of the time going to be useless or incredibly underpowered vs Faith.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      lmao i didn't even know this existed as i ignored the incantation merchants as an INT build
                                                      my trip to the lake of rot would have been less painful if i had this

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Block all buffing consumables in pvp and problem solved. Buff builds still work but you don't need to grind to win. It will also save time in fights - you don't need to waste time on buffing or run around for buffs to expire. Blocking all consumables might be an option as well

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          About the progression guide for low int characters... Marika's Soreseal is in Haligtree. If you burn the tree, you can't do the quest. So you're at 31 int after all of that.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            of all the people who could've gotten the "lmao no buffs", why the int nerds? magic damage is already overblown insane.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              For the cost and time it takes to cast this, I wish that this incantation had a lingering effect preventing buffs from being used for at very least a short time after being cast, since it's pretty easy to just reapply buffs right after it being cast, and by the time you finish the animation and are able to do something again, an opponent could have easily reapplied their buff of choice effectively making it pointless.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                For what little it's worth, you don't need to use the FF Seal to cast incantations you don't meet the requirements for. You can cast spells without meeting the requirements of your casting tool as long as you meet the requirements for the spell. If you had 1 faith, you could successfully cast this with the Erdtree Seal with its full effect.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  i cast this on an invader right after they drank their physick, i died shortly after but my host got them in time for me to see them die, pretty fun times!

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    Nothing like the debuff that gets you stuck in animation long enough for your opponent to recast one buff and hit you before you can move...

                                                                    I miss duel charms...

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Biggest complaint: Doesn't dispel glintblade phalanx's or similiar, or terra magica for that fact despite the wiki stating it gets rid of sorcs and incants that are active.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        'But if you cast that spell we would both be without buffs and our builds wouldn't work!', shouted the Bullgoat. 'lol', said his opponent, 'lmao'.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          From a pvp perspective this is golden. The thing is DMG stack compared to def stack is towering... I wish it was much lower skill point demand, it should be, but it is powerful so that's fair I guess. Anyone that whines about it needs to realize DMG stack is more than enough to slap people very hard. Idc how you try to justify it as a fellow min maxer I'm saying you don't need the buffs anyways because we're all walking bazookas. Anyone who taints their DMG output to use this has every right to rip someone's buff stack off. In ds3 it didn't stop people from weapon when you threw charms(for those oh they made it high requirement cause ds3 charms were busted), it's a fair skill. Should be cheaper, would like to see it more..
                                                                          Yours truly, A min maxer who don't waste time buffing

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            It is possible to cast this with 7 base intelligence as a prophet and even as a level 1 Wretch with 10 intelligence, so you don't have to undergo rebirth to further the related quest.

                                                                            Stargazer Heirloom +5 int
                                                                            Marika's Soreseal/Scarseal +3/5 int
                                                                            Godricks Great Rune +5 int
                                                                            Intelligence Knot Tear +10 int
                                                                            Twinsage Glintstone Crown +6 int
                                                                            Grafted Blade Greatsword: Oath of Vengeance Ash of War gives the last +5 int
                                                                            You need 28 STR / 14 Dex to two hand the sword and use this WA.
                                                                            This can be achieved with Godricks Great Rune, Radagons Soreseal, the Starscourge Heirloom, and the Strength Knot Crystal Tear for +25 Strength and +10 Dex.

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              Here's the reason this costs 37 Intelligence: In Dark Souls 3, Duel Charms were a throwable item that stripped almost all buffs from the target and stopped them from casting any other buffs for 5 seconds afterward, and they could be bought for 500 runes and were in infinite supply. Thus, literally everyone used them and any build that even thought about using buffs were made entirely pointless because an item that literally anyone can use will invalidate the entire reason to even make a buff build. Even people who didn't plan around using buffs got screwed over because they now couldn't even use a ****ing Green Blossom or Pine Resin without someone chucking a Duel Charm at them.

                                                                              This was their attempt at a solution to this problem: give it an actual cost. You now need to actually invest into countering buff builds. Are the requirements a little too high? I think so, probably yes, especially because of how potent and accessible buffs are in this game, Boiled Crabs and Exalted Flesh are premium buff items that would be worthy of being Duel Charmed. I'd be fine with this getting an Int requirement reduction to around 25, but any lower than that and, well, what's the point in having buff items in the game if you can't use them?

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                This spell requires intelligence rather than faith because Fundamentalism is theology/religious philosophy rather than blind belief. The highest order Fundamentalist incantations, the Laws of Causality and Regression, require no faith, only intelligence. You do not need to believe in the divine to understand it.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  PvP badly needs a Duel Charm (DS3) to remove all buff effects from enemies. It's ridiculous that this enchantment that requires 37 intelligence is the only way to remove buff effects.

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    I think you faith mains are complaining too much, you got 9 incantations who need int, we got 11 sorceries that need faith, and there is way more incants than sorceries

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      They might have lowered the int requirement due to it's mainly being used in pvp. Don't understand why people are so obsessed with their 5% pvp buffs (beside barrier of gold and black flame protection) or just eating another piece of crab. But would have like to use it against some bs flasks like infinite equipment load one...

                                                                                      • 1. Use regen buff to bait enemy to use flask 2. Use this 3. Flask up 4. Have Placidusax's Ruin incantation for finisher 5. You just dealt 1500-2000 damage to the other player if they were using regen tear and second chance and you still got yours. Definitely one of the PvP builds in elden ring.

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          Tfw the law of regression user blasts 55 fp to get rid of a single boiled crab that has no affect on the billions of projectiles they're about to spew.

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            I love thr concept of fundamentalism. The whole faith/intelligence thing is really cool. The issue i have is that there isn't a lot you can do with the hybrid stats besides meet requirements. The golden order seal and death staff are the only things that utilize both (please correct me if im wrong) and even at that, healing spells and possibly all others outside the fundamentalist incantations won't even utilize the int portion of the spell buff. If all I got was a quality version of the int/fth stats for weapon affinities, id be content. But all we get is sacred, which is purely faith, or magic, which is obviously purely int. Using each by dual weilding isn't great because of split damage. Maybe im missing something. Anyone is more than welcome to critique.

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              This invalidates 90% of hybrid builds and just makes everyone go pure physical or bleed(that thing everyone hates) instead. This is another reason not to use anything other than bleed. Bleed is literally the hardest thing to counter while being the easiest to build for, you don't even need seppuku. Meanwhile a hybrid build that relies on a buff or something gets made 50% less effective or near useless because of this incantation that works only for anyone who puts points into INT for their build.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                I use tons of buffs and used to see regression a lot at launch. But nobody uses regression anymore. I think this is because there’s little pve application, everyone can have powerful buffs thru physic/consumables and regression is extremely dangerous to cast in combat for no damage. It is simply more dangerous to cast regression than to cast BoG. And BoG can be easily re cast, even under magic deluge. I’ve personally tried using it when my opponents are half health to remove the near-death tear or their regen, but it’s never worth the risk, my buffs are typically worth more than their buffs AND I would have been better off casting a damaging spell. Mages who rely on carian slicer don’t care about Barrier of Gold.

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  I put people who use this cheap ass spell in the same category as people who spam BHS or RoB. I instantly sever whenever I see someone casting it. Get your broken ass spell outta my face.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    I love this spell so much but int requirements on incantations is actually the dumbest thing. And don't try and tell me it's okay because the other golden order incantations have int requirements, that shits stupid too. You don't see half the sorcerys require faith to use

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      Ok... so you're telling me that a questline tied to faith incantations requires you to cast a spell that not only requires 37 INT, but also does not have a faith requirement? I'm fine with it having a high requirement... but... INT? Really?

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        simply don't pvp if you can't win without buffs, duelists will likely have this ready for people like you, Try invasions instead.

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          Who TF thought it was a good idea to have a quest involving a guy who only sells FTH scaling incantations require an incatations with a stupidly high INT requirement to complete?

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            genuinely sucks that this important of an incantation requires such a high int cost. probably one of the most important incantations for pvp but still will be impossible for anything but mages to use it due to the meta being rl125...

                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                              A guy casted this right after I buffed with seppuku, and a second time after I re-buffed. Wasn't even mad, I just played along using seppuku and letting him dispel it until I eventually died. I can see why this spell requires intelligence and bleed builds don't

                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                What the hell does it do? What does it mean by "Nullifies any Sorceries or Incantations that are already active, like a Lightning Spear that's mid-flight.".

                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                  Self buffing pvpers which expected me to wait for them to finish buffing while I was easy from the get-go bothered me a lot. Then I discovered this spell.
                                                                                                                  Working as intended.

                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                    I legitimately don't know what to think about that spell.
                                                                                                                    I understand that buff stacking is annoying and I can totally understand why so many players love that spell.
                                                                                                                    But it's also a spell that completely shut down a kind of gameplay / build without any real investment on a mage build. Since it only requires intelligence you will have the 37 required anyway so you don't lose anything in having that in your spell list. Especially since it only takes one slot. Meanwhile the faith user in front of you lost a good part of his build. It's just a free counter.
                                                                                                                    I feel like it would be more fair if it did something like "Heals all ailments and dispels all special effects while also preventing any new incantation or sorcery being cast for 20 seconds on both sides".
                                                                                                                    That way if you want to remove all the buffs on your opponent you can, but you also will have to get into the melee for those twenty seconds instead of pewpewing all your sorceries on the cleric that already got nuked.
                                                                                                                    Don't know, it won't probably change because it works as intended but it still seems too strong for so little of an investment.

                                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                                      one or two saying this incantation requirement of 37 f***ing levels of INT makes sense, are just turning a blind eye to a really bad design decision. even taking into account the whole Radagon learning sorcery from Rennala and Incantations from marika thing, it doesn't really fit with the in-game universe for any incantation to need that kind of INT, its made clear sorcery spells and incantations are two very different things, FTH and INT are very different things as well, even doing the mental gymnastics needed to say it fits the lore, its still a bad design decision in terms of gameplay and players enjoyment. locking this incantation behind 37 INT is really going to piss off everyone that made a FTH build or hybrid faith/melee build, not only to find a late game, high end incantation that can only be used by a sorcery or INT/melee build with a not inconsiderable 37 INT , but also find they are locked out of corhyn's quest as well, a quest many times more likely to have been followed by players running some sort of faith build than it is to have been followed by sorcery/sorcery melee with that kind of INT level. sorcery builds, pure melee builds and hybrid builds are only going to be using basic incantations with a low FTH requirement, so will have little interest in following corhyn's quest and will see little point in finding the prayer books to unlock incantations. needing to respec or run around trying to find ways to boost INT just to complete corhyn's quest shows this was a bad decision, shows contempt for players enjoyment.

                                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                                        this needing 37 int before you can even pick it up is a bad design decision, and a piss take. done knowing most who put levels into FTH will be highly unlikely to have made such a big investment into INT for high end, late game incantations to suddenly need 37 INT or you cant use them is backwards as f**k.

                                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                                          Does NOT remove the stacks of Mohg, Lord of Blood's Ritual Countdown.
                                                                                                                          Which is dumb; "Heals all negative statuses, dispels special effects, and reveals mimicry in all its forms." My butt.

                                                                                                                          • If you hold a seal out and stare at people while they're buffing, they might clue in to what you intend to do. I prefer to eat a bunch of cheap consumnable buffs like crab and turtle neck while they're buffing and then whip out the seal and screw up their dual seppuku golden vow flame grant me strength exalted flesh nonsense.

                                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                                              this is like death blight, after you cast it enough the opponent will instantly die by jumping to their death

                                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                Shhh Dont tell the mages but theyre using this wrong. Start the duel with your powerful buffs like normal. Half way through the duel your opponent will back off because of your triple rings or other spells. Now cast elden stars, then triple rings, then regression and then finally recast your own buffs while your opponent just blew up. This gets way more salt than casting at the start of the duel. With regression, you are targeting regen or that red bubble that gives them health when they’re almost dead or any buff they got from bleed/poison while removing poison/rot from you. Now you are giving yourself regen or barrier of gold if they’re still giving too much space. If they heal or switch to cheese like RKS now that they have all but lost, just send them home.

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