Mushroom Crown

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damage negation icon elden ring wiki guide 18pxDmg Negation
Phy 5.8
VS Strike 5.9
VS Slash 6.8
VS Pierce 7
Magic 4.8
Fire 3.1
Ligt 4.6
Holy 4.8
resisntace icon elden ring wiki guide 18pxResistance
Immunity 46
Robustness 45
Focus 18
Vitality 22
Poise 9

Helm Wgt. 9.1

Mushroom Crown is a Helm in Elden RingMushroom Crown is part of the Mushroom Set, and is a Heavyweight headpiece that raises attack power when something nearby suffers from poison or rot, this includes yourself. Mushroom Crown protect the player's head by applying various defensive properties, it also changes the appearance as well when it is equipped. Some armor pieces may be available to both genders but may be slightly different for male and female characters.


Mushrooms found growing all over the body. These overgrown mushrooms form a towering headpiece.

Raises attack power when something nearby suffers from poison or rot.

Long ago, great lords served the scarlet rot. Perhaps such fungal bodies served as their crowns.


Where to find Mushroom Crown in Elden Ring

The Mushroom Crown Helm can be found at:

  • Found on a corpse hanging off the top of a column in the southeastern corner of the Lake of Rot. Climb the fallen pillar leading to a rocky outcropping, south of the ruin, to reach it. [Elden Ring Map here]


Mushroom Crown Set in Elden Ring

Builds with Mushroom Crown



Elden Ring Mushroom Crown Notes & Tips

  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 200
  • Increases damage by +10% for 20 seconds after you or an enemy suffer Poison or Scarlet Rot
  • Stacks with other poison proc-activated buffs.
  • You can trigger this buff with the self-poison from Raw Meat Dumpling.
  • The buff persists even if you cure the poison, but has a fixed buff duration of about 20 seconds.


All Helms in Elden Ring
Alberich's Pointed Hat  ♦  Alberich's Pointed Hat (Altered)  ♦  Albinauric Mask  ♦  All-Knowing Helm  ♦  Aristocrat Hat  ♦  Aristocrat Headband  ♦  Ash-of-War Scarab  ♦  Astrologer Hood  ♦  Azur's Glintstone Crown  ♦  Bandit Mask  ♦  Banished Knight Helm  ♦  Banished Knight Helm (Altered)  ♦  Beast Champion Helm  ♦  Black Dumpling  ♦  Black Hood  ♦  Black Knife Hood  ♦  Black Wolf Mask  ♦  Blackflame Monk Hood  ♦  Blackguard's Iron Mask  ♦  Bloodhound Knight Helm  ♦  Bloodsoaked Mask  ♦  Blue Cloth Cowl  ♦  Blue Festive Hood  ♦  Blue Silver Mail Hood  ♦  Brave's Cord Circlet  ♦  Brave's Leather Helm  ♦  Briar Helm  ♦  Bull-Goat Helm  ♦  Carian Knight Helm  ♦  Cerulean Tear Scarab  ♦  Chain Coif  ♦  Champion Headband  ♦  Cleanrot Helm  ♦  Cleanrot Helm (Altered)  ♦  Commoner's Headband  ♦  Commoner's Headband (Altered)  ♦  Confessor Hood  ♦  Confessor Hood (Altered)  ♦  Consort's Mask  ♦  Crimson Hood  ♦  Crimson Tear Scarab  ♦  Crucible Axe Helm  ♦  Crucible Tree Helm  ♦  Cuckoo Knight Helm  ♦  Depraved Perfumer Headscarf  ♦  Diallos's Mask  ♦  Drake Knight Helm  ♦  Drake Knight Helm (Altered)  ♦  Duelist Helm  ♦  Eccentric's Hood  ♦  Eccentric's Hood (Altered)  ♦  Elden Lord Crown  ♦  Envoy Crown  ♦  Exile Hood  ♦  Festive Hood  ♦  Festive Hood (Altered)  ♦  Fia's Hood  ♦  Finger Maiden Fillet  ♦  Fingerprint Helm  ♦  Fire Monk Hood  ♦  Fire Prelate Helm  ♦  Foot Soldier Cap  ♦  Foot Soldier Helm  ♦  Foot Soldier Helmet  ♦  Gelmir Knight Helm  ♦  Gilded Foot Soldier Cap  ♦  Glintstone Scarab  ♦  Godrick Knight Helm  ♦  Godrick Soldier Helm  ♦  Godskin Apostle Hood  ♦  Godskin Noble Hood  ♦  Grass Hair Ornament  ♦  Great Horned Headband  ♦  Greathelm  ♦  Greathood  ♦  Guardian Mask  ♦  Guilty Hood  ♦  Haima Glintstone Crown  ♦  Haligtree Helm  ♦  Haligtree Knight Helm  ♦  Hierodas Glintstone Crown  ♦  High Page Hood  ♦  Highwayman Hood  ♦  Hoslow's Helm  ♦  Iji's Mirrorhelm  ♦  Imp Head (Cat)  ♦  Imp Head (Corpse)  ♦  Imp Head (Elder)  ♦  Imp Head (Fanged)  ♦  Imp Head (Long-Tongued)  ♦  Imp Head (Wolf)  ♦  Incantation Scarab  ♦  Iron Helmet  ♦  Iron Kasa  ♦  Jar  ♦  Juvenile Scholar Cap  ♦  Kaiden Helm  ♦  Karolos Glintstone Crown  ♦  Knight Helm  ♦  Land of Reeds Helm  ♦  Lazuli Glintstone Crown  ♦  Leyndell Knight Helm  ♦  Leyndell Soldier Helm  ♦  Lionel's Helm  ♦  Lusat's Glintstone Crown  ♦  Malenia's Winged Helm  ♦  Malformed Dragon Helm  ♦  Maliketh's Helm  ♦  Marais Mask  ♦  Marionette Soldier Birdhelm  ♦  Marionette Soldier Helm  ♦  Mask of Confidence  ♦  Mushroom Head  ♦  Navy Hood  ♦  Night's Cavalry Helm  ♦  Night's Cavalry Helm (Altered)  ♦  Night Maiden Twin Crown  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Chapeau  ♦  Nox Mirrorhelm  ♦  Nox Monk Hood  ♦  Nox Monk Hood (Altered)  ♦  Nox Swordstress Crown  ♦  Nox Swordstress Crown (Altered)  ♦  Octopus Head  ♦  Okina Mask  ♦  Old Aristocrat Cowl  ♦  Olivinus Glintstone Crown  ♦  Omen Helm  ♦  Omensmirk Mask  ♦  Page Hood  ♦  Perfumer Hood  ♦  Preceptor's Big Hat  ♦  Prisoner Iron Mask  ♦  Prophet Blindfold  ♦  Pumpkin Helm  ♦  Queen's Crescent Crown  ♦  Radahn's Redmane Helm  ♦  Radahn Soldier Helm  ♦  Radiant Gold Mask  ♦  Ragged Hat  ♦  Ragged Hat (Altered)  ♦  Raya Lucarian Helm  ♦  Redmane Knight Helm  ♦  Rotten Duelist Helm  ♦  Royal Knight Helm  ♦  Royal Remains Helm  ♦  Ruler's Mask  ♦  Sacred Crown Helm  ♦  Sage Hood  ♦  Sanguine Noble Hood  ♦  Scaled Helm  ♦  Shining Horned Headband  ♦  Silver Tear Mask  ♦  Skeletal Mask  ♦  Snow Witch Hat  ♦  Spellblade's Pointed Hat  ♦  Traveler's Hat  ♦  Traveling Maiden Hood  ♦  Tree Sentinel Helm  ♦  Twinned Helm  ♦  Twinsage Glintstone Crown  ♦  Vagabond Knight Helm  ♦  Veteran's Helm  ♦  Vulgar Militia Helm  ♦  White Mask  ♦  White Reed Helm  ♦  Witch's Glintstone Crown  ♦  Zamor Mask


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    • Anonymous

      This is an important piece of gear for those who want to stay at or above 61 Poise while still retaining a Helmet damage buff + the Raptor's Black Feathers buff. White Mask just barely doesn't have enough Poise to reach the 61-point threshold, capping at 60 with the Bullgoat Legs + Hands + Talisman. You can instead use the Mushroom Crown + any 3.5 Weight, 4 Poise Gloves to reach that threshold at only a 0.6 weight increase.

      • Anonymous

        Mushroom man, Mushroom man where the hell'd you go? tell me why my ladyfriend is freezing in the snow! oh! oh! Mushroom man I am a hostage of fathe

        • So, I'm end game and wanted to get all 3 bosses in the lake of Rot. So, I acquired the mushroom armor and the crown ... and I had the immunity talismans and the Ant shield already. It did nothing to help me whatsoever. Immunity is bullshit. It's absolutely bullshit.

          • Anonymous

            Bleed/Poison builds have become my favorites by a mile, after I learned just how much bonus damage you can stack with them.
            Crown + Kindred of Rot's + Rotten Sword + Thorny Cracked all combine for 79% increased damage. Pair that with dual curved swords (heck, dual daggers) and you have something that can **vastly** out-perform other melee builds. Some of the most fun I've had with any FromSoft game, especially when taken into NG+.

            • Anonymous

              Does anyone know anything that would look good with this? I'm making a Serpentbone Blade build and I can't find anything that would look good with this. Thanks.

              • Anonymous

                This is not only useful because of the damage boost. It does also have the most robustness of all helms which is what you want in the bleed meta. Tho there are also other cool options if you do not got for the poison e.g. in Iji's Mirrorhelm or the set of Radahn.

                • Anonymous

                  I beat the game wearing this stupid mushroom. It's legitamatly one of the best helmets in terms of damage resistance

                  • Anonymous

                    So I've been running a poison and bleed arcane build without knowing about these insane damage buffs?
                    This promises to be fun!

                    • Anonymous

                      It start when your bar of poison/rot is full, but even if you are still in the status effect, the buff seems to only last 18~20s, I don't think it's worth, and it seems to be 10% increase which is ok

                      • Anonymous

                        So the helmet does indeed stack manipulatively with the "Kindred of Rot's Exultation" talisman (so increases damage by 1.2*1.1 for a total increase of 32%).
                        I tested it now using poison mist on low mobs. My baseline attack was 334.
                        Using both the helmet and talisman this increased to 441 (so 32% with rounding from 440.88 to 441).
                        Using only the talisman it increased to 401 (so 20% on the dot).
                        Using only the helmet it increased to 368 (so 10% on the dot).

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