Perfumer is a Humanoid Enemy in Elden Ring. Perfumers are humanoid enemies that wield swords, and can use their perfumes to throw exploding sparks to buff their allies with a protective shield.

The spirit of a Perfumer, Perfumer Tricia, can be summoned for aid in battle by using Perfumer Tricia Ashes. She is also fought as Boss, for information on this see Perfumer Tricia.

 

 In time past, the role of perfumer was much respected; a blessed apothecary in the eyes of the many. But after entering the battlefields of the Shattering they performed no such role, trading their aromatics for poisons and explosives

 

Elden Ring Perfumer Locations

Where to Find Perfumers:

 

Elden Ring Perfumer Drops

Perfumer Notes & Tips

  • Their bubble shield acts similarly to the Opaline Bubbletear, giving their allies massive damage reduction for one attack, allowing them to stay alive much longer.
  • There is a more aggressive version known as the Depraved Perfumer.

 

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    • Anonymous

      The amount of damage these *******s do is disgusting if you aren't pressuring them as much as possible, two hits from the firey powder they threw at me was enough to nearly two-shot me a 60 vigor, which is just complete bullshit if i'm being honest, it's not like i wasn't wearing any decent armor either, the damage numbers of enemies in this game just feels stupidly overtuned at times.

      • Anonymous

        For any melee players struggling with these guys... They are vulnerable to backstabs. Roll through their wide horizontal perfume attacks towards their back. They recover slow enough for you to get behind and backstab them.

        • Anonymous

          For any melee players struggling with these guys... They are vulnerable to backstabs. Roll through their wide horizontal perfume attacks towards their back. They recover slow enough for you to get behind and backstab them.

          • Anonymous

            For any melee players struggling with these guys... They are vulnerable to backstabs. Roll through their wide horizontal perfume attacks towards their back. They recover slow enough for you to get behind and backstab them.

            • Anonymous

              im the one who completely hates all the perfume fire spells used by either these enemies or any other? the particles are so bright and have almost no player feedback when they hit, it feels so weird

              • Anonymous

                Even after getting comfortable with their moveset, I'm still getting hit whenever I try to make a play because they can cover their own openings so quickly. Does anyone have any advice so I can struggle with these guys less?

                • Anonymous

                  You need to kill these guys fast and from a distance. Once they start using flame perfume arts, they won't really stop. I'm talking 0 cool down, it's just one after the other. This essentially creates a wall of fire that removes about 1/2 of your health bar per frame.

                  • Anonymous

                    They're annoying to fight, but I really love their ascetic design. I just wish those explosive powders were an item or skill you could use.

                    • Anonymous

                      From the Unsightly Catacomb Site of Grace go up the slope, there is one Perfumer on your right and 2 in the Perfumer's Ruins on your left.

                      • Anonymous

                        Genuinely not sure how the player is supposed to fight these things. Ranged attacks work, and backstabs work, but once they start slinging their explosive powders everywhere there just doesn't seem to be a reliable attack vector. They're also annoyingly immune to poison and heal themselves.

                        The concept is interesting, but they throw the powder everywhere and if they hit you you usually wind up eating the whole thing like a shotgun blast, which I don't think is what they intended.

                        • Anonymous

                          I HATE these enemies. Their stupid as **** fire crackers go through walls as if they weren't there. Retarded design.

                          • Anonymous

                            This is definitely not all they drop... I've already gotten the Depraved Perfumer Gloves, 5x Budding Cave Moss, and 5x Altus Bloom (bundles of 5, that is).

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