Poison is a Status Effect in Elden Ring. Status Effects are various buffs or ailments that apply either a beneficial or detrimental effect to the target. Status Effects can be applied on both enemies and players alike. Status Effects are triggered after a buildup meter is filled by repeated application of attacks that cause the effect. Both players and enemies can have varying resistances to a given Status Effect.
Elden Ring Poison Guide
Poison is a status effect that builds up through repeated application of the effect. Poison is inflicted via various means including Weapons, Skills, Spells and Consumables. Once the Poison meter is filled, the effect is triggered and the target is dealt damage slowly over a long period.
Poison Effects in Elden Ring
Poison causes small amounts of damage every second and lasts for a very long time or until removed.
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- Poison effects can be mitigated by raising your Immunity stat. Immunity can be raised by adding points into Vigor. It can also be boosted temporarily by using Consumables such as Cured Immunizing Meat.
- Poison effects can be cured by using Consumables such as Neutralizing Boluses or Spells such as Cure Poison. These options will also relieve Poison build up if the Poison effect has yet to be triggered.
Elden Ring Poison Effect on Players
This section lists information pertaining to the Poison effect and its relation to Players
Elden Ring Poison Effect on Enemies
Elden Ring Poison Notes & Tips
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