Oracle Bubbles

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Spell Type Claymen Sorceries
FP Cost 12 Slots Used 1
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Launches several small magic bubbles.

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Oracle Bubbles is a Sorcery in Elden Ring. Oracle Bubbles spell launches several small magic bubbles. Updated to Patch 1.07.


Sorcery of the claymen who served as priests in the ancient

Produces several small magical bubbles that drift towards foes before they naturally pop.
Charging increases the delay before the bubbles pop.

The claymen search for lost oracles within their bubbles.


Where to find Oracle Bubbles

Where to find Oracle Bubbles:

  • Can be found by killing one of the Teardrop Scarab on top of a broken statue in the first structure.
  • From the Siofra River Well Depths site of grace. Go straight from the spawn northeast to the lit ruins. Follow the northern stairs two flights, then the eastern stairs one flight. Stick to the right as the grass path wraps around. When it comes back above where you entered, jump up on the wall section, and you will see a path above to the other side of the wall. Go down and up and now follow the path onto the platform you could see from the grass. Drop down to the ledge before you get to the floor and the scarab is there. [Map Link]
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Elden Ring Oracle Bubbles Guide

  • Stamina Cost: 18
  • Launches several small magic bubbles.
  • Low Cost Sorcery (12 Focus Points per cast)
  • Uses only 1 Memory Slot
  • Deals Magic Damage
  • Cast Speed is Slow
  • Projectile Speed is slow
  • Can be chain-casted as long as player has enough FP
  • Bubbles Spread diagonally outwards while they move forward
  • 9 Bubble are created in total
  • Can be charged for more damage. Does not increase duration.
  • Not effected by Envoy Crown or any staff passives.
  • Note: Obtained multiple buffs in Patch 1.07 - this spell can now be used while in motion, the spread of bubbles was reduced (which increases the number of bubbles that may hit a specific target, increasing potential damage per cast), and charged casts do increased damage. In addition, the non-charged bubbles last longer and all bubbles have an increased hitbox against other players. 


Elden Ring Oracle Bubbles Notes and Tips

  • Updated to patch 1.07. See Patch Notes for details.
  • Other notes and player tips go here. 


Elden Ring Sorceries
Adula's Moonblade  ♦  Ambush Shard  ♦  Briars of Punishment  ♦  Briars of Sin  ♦  Cannon of Haima  ♦  Carian Greatsword  ♦  Carian Phalanx  ♦  Carian Piercer  ♦  Carian Retaliation  ♦  Carian Slicer  ♦  Collapsing Stars  ♦  Comet  ♦  Comet Azur  ♦  Crystal Barrage  ♦  Crystal Burst  ♦  Crystal Release  ♦  Crystal Torrent  ♦  Eternal Darkness  ♦  Explosive Ghostflame  ♦  Fia's Mist  ♦  Founding Rain of Stars  ♦  Freezing Mist  ♦  Frozen Armament  ♦  Gavel of Haima  ♦  Gelmir's Fury  ♦  Glintblade Phalanx  ♦  Glintstone Arc  ♦  Glintstone Cometshard  ♦  Glintstone Icecrag  ♦  Glintstone Pebble  ♦  Glintstone Stars  ♦  Gravity Well  ♦  Great Glintstone Shard  ♦  Great Oracular Bubble  ♦  Greatblade Phalanx  ♦  Loretta's Greatbow  ♦  Loretta's Mastery  ♦  Lucidity  ♦  Magic Downpour  ♦  Magic Glintblade  ♦  Magma Shot  ♦  Meteorite  ♦  Meteorite of Astel  ♦  Night Comet  ♦  Night Maiden's Mist  ♦  Night Shard  ♦  Rancorcall  ♦  Ranni's Dark Moon  ♦  Rennala's Full Moon  ♦  Rock Blaster  ♦  Rock Sling  ♦  Roiling Magma  ♦  Rykard's Rancor  ♦  Scholar's Armament  ♦  Scholar's Shield  ♦  Shard Spiral  ♦  Shatter Earth  ♦  Shattering Crystal  ♦  Star Shower  ♦  Starlight  ♦  Stars of Ruin  ♦  Swift Glintstone Shard  ♦  Terra Magica  ♦  Thop's Barrier  ♦  Thops's Barrier (Spell)  ♦  Tibia's Summons  ♦  Unseen Blade  ♦  Unseen Form  ♦  Zamor Ice Storm (Spell)

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    • Anonymous

      honestly I just use this because it's hilarious to cast it point-blank, hear a very gentle "fwoof" sound, and then watch 1000+ hitpoints delete themselves from existence

      • Anonymous

        Yooooo Int Arc builds are winning SO hard with two (2) sorceries!!! And both are bubbles? #winlikeaboss!!!!

        • Anonymous

          I don't think this is meant to be used for pure offense unless you wanna get all the bubbles point-blank. I'd say this is good for putting up a "wall" of bubbles if you're being pressured.

          • Anonymous

            this spell is the definition of what FROM wanted to make INT as (showing Faith is millions times better in everything)

            • Anonymous

              Goofy but fun. Need somewhere in the 160-250 catalyst buff range before you get anything really worthwhile. Big upside to the spell is the poise damage, thing can point blank guard break an omen, and is useful as a retreating option to dissuade aggressive mobs. Pair with the arrows reach talisman to get bubbles that travel slightly farther and hover quite a bit longer.

              • Anonymous

                Holy crap this spell blows in so many ways. The bubbles are horrifically slow with bad range, cast time is slow, hit box is small. You pretty much have to plant yourself right into whatever you're attacking or most, if not all the bubbles will just miss. What a terrible spell. Needs many buffs.

                • Anonymous

                  Tinfoil hat theory: the ocular bubbles are the fairies which gave the Blind Swordsman his sword to hold back Rot. I will not elaborate.

                  • Anonymous

                    After 1.07, this spell completely lacks purpose (despite getting a buff). The damage if all hit (rare, only really for big enemies) is lower than a full charged great bubble. Even for crowd control, each bubble does significantly less, and has a lower AoE, and the bubbles don't spread out far enough to make up any meaningful spread. They result in a lower overall damage to the entire group as well as lower damage to each individual enemy.

                    The buffs to the great bubble made it extremely strong with a high skill ceiling, but these are still functionally useless.

                    • Anonymous

                      The stagger is ok for big enemies, but it takes so long to cast you may as well just pebble them to death anyway. Not like you're saving much mana by cosplaying Laurence Welk...

                      As for AoE, this spell doesn't do anything Glintstone Arc doesn't already do way better.

                      • Anonymous

                        Does anyone know if these inflict the wet condition on enemies? If so, their real use might be pairing them up with lightning.

                        • I'm not sure what the intended use of these is. They don't last long enough to be traps, they don't do enough damage to be a punish tool, they don't seem to do much stagger. They're just kinda... bad, which is a shame because the other bubble spell is a niche but efficient ambush tool.

                          • Anonymous

                            Grace is not deep wells, it is well depths. Both ingame map & the sites show it as such, the isnt a deep wells grace

                            • Anonymous

                              This spell has a hidden feature: the soap bubbles oneshot Moonveil users, by making them touch soap for the first time since the game came out.

                              • Anonymous

                                For people who put the points in without knowing why: same

                                Out of desperation I have found that the main use for this IMO is if you want a mix of rock sling and Glintstone arc. but for some reason don't want both of them equipped. I was able to stager those regular guys by the firemonks if most of the bubbles hit, and it can slightly out damage the arc when fully charged.

                                Really I would just use the other 2 spells, if you have the slots open. It's fun, but don't level up Arcane just for this spell. if you are already dumping into arcane, or your weapon's bleed/poison aux maxes at 15 by pure chance (and you really don't want the arc or rock sling) then go for it I guess.

                                • Anonymous

                                  One one hand, I'm disappointed a spell with a decent stat requirement doesn't really hit that hard, but on the other.... they ARE bubbles. So I guess I played myself here. Just because something is hard to do doesn't mean it will always pay off.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    I'm not gonna lie, this spell kinda sucks on normal enemies. But if you fight big bodied enemies like giants or certain bosses, this spell does crazy good damage and stagger for it's mana cost. Might have some uses

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Lmao, so these basically make floating magic landmines... except they did piss poor damage so it's like I just threw spitballs at the glowing vikings. Getting real annoyed with my starter pebble spell being the best spell as I'm leveling even though I have the crystal minigun and multi-shot ones ~_~ well, the wave one is at least great for hordes of enemies.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        They ****ing suck. Wasted so many levels into arcane for that ****. maybe theyre effective on certain mobs

                                        • Anonymous

                                          To get to the Beetle, go up to the highest area of the structure (the one with all the spear-wielding enemies) before the elevator, jump on the wall and go across the top of the ruin, turn left, jump up and there's the hole with the bug below. Remember to jump on the lower floor before jumping onto the statue cause you'll die otherwise.

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