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Nomads are Humanoid Enemies in Elden Ring. They are the same race as the Nomadic Merchants, Isolated Merchants, and Hermit Merchants, and play the same fiddle-like instrument, which they can use as a weapon in close range. They can also use Frenzy attacks.
A member of a tribe that was entombed in the earth so as to bury the maddening disease that followed them. Able to emit the terrible flame of frenzy from his eyes, but has low HP and is frail, unable to take much in the way of punishment.
Elden Ring Nomad Locations
Where to Find Nomads:
Elden Ring Nomad Drops
- 493 Runes.
Nomad Notes & Tips
- The ones that play the fiddle are not hostile even when attacked, but the Nomads walking around are hostile on sight.
- They can use Frenzy attacks.
- They can be lured into destroying tents that otherwise block you from reaching certain items.
- They unfortunately do not drop anything aside from Runes.
- Notes and player tips go here
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I really don't understand where the "Shabriri accused them" thing came from. The nomad ash description directly confirms that they were spreading the maddening illness everywhere and that's why they were imprisoned, most of the merchants mention wanting to burn everything if you kill them and also use frenzied flame incantations, also we can see a merchant right by a frenzied village. It was probably just made up by lore tubers who wanted to make those big bad golden order bullies seem worse so they can continue simping for Ranni.
DAMN MAN!!! that was a missed opportunity for a unique weapon
This description completely debunks the notion that they were unfairly punished. They were locked up because they were already infecting people with yellow rage AIDS everywhere they go, not the other way around like a lot of people misinterpreted because of the "false accusation" description from another item.
Do they play "Der Leiermann" by Schubert?
why are the screenshots taken with potato graphics?
Really hope we can get that little back scratcher in the dlc, it could be the weakest weapon in the game idc, I'd main it
Why do they have so much hyper armor when casting? Really annoying.
Ever notice how the (mostly) sane nomadic merchants found across the lands between play a mournful song when approached while the frenzied ones buried below Leyndell play a wistful happy tune? It's like the ones above ground play in remembrance of their lost brethren and the ones below are clinging on to any shreds of sanity they have left.
Thought these enemies were blind because they have no eyes and that the talisman that removes sound would let me stealth past them…nope doesn’t work they have 20/20
Ah, I see that they added Asmongold in this game
Please someone correct "hostile on site" to "hostile on sight".
Does anyone know what song they play
Can you get the weapon they use?