Moon of Nokstella

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status effect 96 elden ring wiki guide 44px Increases  Memory Slots by 2

Moon of Nokstella is a Talisman in Elden RingMoon of Nokstella increases Memory Slots by 2. Players can use Talismans in Elden Ring to boost a variety of Stats.

 

This legendary talisman is a treasure of Nokstella, the Eternal City.

Increases memory slots.

This talisman represents the lost black moon.
The moon of Nokstella was the guide of countless stars.

 

Moon of Nokstella Effect in Elden Ring

 Moon of Nokstella increases Memory Slots by 2.

 

Where to find Moon of Nokstella in Elden Ring

Where to find Moon of Nokstella:

 

Elden Ring Moon of Nokstella Notes & Tips

  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 2000
  • Other notes & tips go here.

 

Elden Ring Talismans
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    • Anonymous

      In short, the strongest dispell in the game for... no memory slot and no talisman slot, pretty niche but okay okay

      • Anonymous

        There's a very specific and very good use for the nokstella talisman if you're good at swapping. If you have a Mage build, pure or hybrid, you and can get the 37 intelligence requirement for law of regression, this dispells wondrous physics as well, so if you dispell someones buffs and wondrous physic, swap off the nokstella talisman to free up a slot again AND you still have your flask :)

        • Anonymous

          Even though elden ring has given all builds the same 10 spell slot capacity, this still had the potential to be a worthwhile investment if more spells used multiple slots. As is only a few spells use two slots and if I remember correctly only one needs three slots. As well as making this talisman useful, this also could have made some of the more disappointing legendary spells better by giving them a higher spell slot cost and buffing them significantly. They could keep stars of ruin as it used to be or even better but as an increased cost make it take three slots. I personally was pretty disappointed with founding rain of stars, imagine if they buffed it’s range and duration as well as damage so it melts everything in its area, but it cost five slots. It would feel a lot more like the primordial sorcery than it does now

          • Anonymous

            I play int/fth priest. 50 fth 37 int. This is the best ring for my build at 133 pvp and pve. I have an answer to literally every situation be it offensive or defensive. I only hope I can stack them since I’m going ng+

            • Anonymous

              Best use case I can think of for this is effigy co-op. If I send my sign out in the Haligtree, I don't know if I'm gonna end up helping with Malenia or going on a taunters tongue romp through Elphael. You'll want different spells depending but won't know which one you get until it's too late to change. But even then, I don't think I'd do it myself

              • Anonymous

                There's certainly much better options if you want to maximize your damage for a specific boss fight, but it definitely shines at exploring. We cannot swap spells unless we rest at a bonfire, so the only way to prepare for a dungeon of unknown enemies is to just bring a bunch of different spells. Some expensive high-DPS spells, some low-cost spells, some with long range, some with strong stagger damage, some that deal physic rather than magic damage, some AoE, buffs, etc. And considering some spells take up more than one slot for balance reasons (Comet Azur alone needs three), even twelve slots with the talisman can fill up rather quickly for pure caster builds.

                If you already know which enemies/boss you're going to encounter, then you're better off swapping out this for literally anything but Daedicar's Woe. But if you're exploring, then having just the right spell for the right occasion that you would have to leave at home otherwise can yield a much bigger DPS increase than any other talisman.

                • Anonymous

                  I can see why this talisman is seen as useless, but it does have an under looked utility: By giving you two free memory slots, it saves you from having to do go through the trouble of finding/spawning the turtles in the Testu/Oridys rise puzzle or doing Thop's questline if you aren't interested in Thop's Barrier, or just don't want poor Thops to die, or doing parkour on top of Raya Lucaria for the Glintstone key for his quest, or doing parkour and jumping onto the Converted Tower/Lenne's Rise all in one playthrough. This Talisman at least gives you options and choices, and is still worth getting even if you do bother to do all of the above. May not matter as much to the completionist runs or trying to max out the power of a pure INT build, but for runs where you're going to plan everything out , get selective with your spells choices and optimize a more varied or hybrid stat build, it's more useful.

                  • Anonymous

                    This is one talisman with least powerup. More spells/incantaions vs buffing said spells/incantations by extra dps or protection talisman. If they made some spells/incantations cost less than 2-3 slots - this will be unnecessary (or just give us more talisman pouches).

                    • Anonymous

                      Bulky but you can burn the advanced incantation of your choosing onto this magical not!CD Very nice when you are being a blockhead and insist on running Elden stars AND Scarlet aeonia

                      • Anonymous

                        I wouldn't call this useless, but most builds are probably still better off without it. It simply makes more sense to free up the talisman slot, and just swap your lesser used spells in/out as needed. If your an Int/Faith hybrid caster though...

                        • Anonymous

                          To be honest, no, you really don't need 2 more slots. Let's be real, if you have more than 5 spells, how often do you use them all? Going into a boss, I'd guess most people use 2, maybe 3 spells. Out roaming the world, probably 1 spell a lot, 2 or 3 now and then, with 2 situational. That's 5 or 6, and there's little likelihood 5/6 take 2 slots. It's a pretty useless if you know how to plan out your journey.

                          • Anonymous

                            The “where to find” description is wrong. It’s in the upper level where the map link shows, not beneath the throne.

                            • Anonymous

                              confirmed, achievement ! just unlocked my, Legendary Talismans :D 0.10% gamers have it !!
                              Sl 182 Ng0, almost finish everything in Ng0 possible

                              • Considering how junky it is to choose spells in souls games (you literally can only scroll your spell list in one direction) and the fact that you have lots of slots for exploring the world makes this one useless.

                                • Anonymous

                                  useless. you get a 10 attunement slots literally for free in this game. does anyone seriously need 2 more?

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