Red-Feathered Branchsword

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status effect 63 elden ring wiki guide 44px Raises attack power by 20% when HP is below 20%

Red-Feathered Branchsword is a Talisman in Elden RingRed-Feathered Branchsword raises attack power by 20% when HP is below 20%. Players can use Talismans in Elden Ring to boost a variety of Stats.

 

A talisman adorned with red feathers, once used in ancient death rituals.
Raises attack power when HP is low.

The heart sings when one draws close to death, and a glorious end awaits those who cling so tenaciously to life.

 

Red-Feathered Branchsword Effect in Elden Ring

Red-Feathered Branchsword raises attack power by 20% when HP is below 20%.

 

Where to find Red-Feathered Branchsword in Elden Ring

Where to find Red-Feathered Branchsword:

 

Elden Ring Red-Feathered Branchsword Notes & Tips

  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 500
  • Stacks with other attack power boosts.
  • There are a few ways to intentionally activate this talisman:
    • Find some mobs and let them hit you. This doesn't require any special equipment or FP, but does depend on there being mobs nearby that aren't too threatening.
    • Bloody Slash: This Ash of War is obtainable early from Fort Haight and deals you 50 + (5% of max HP) damage each time it's used. Five activations are enough to bring a character with 10 Vigor below 20% HP.
    • Night Maiden's Mist: This spell can also be obtained relatively early from Gowry and damages the player as long as they stand in the mist. It requires 14 Intelligence to use, but it costs less FP than Bloody Slash to get below 20% HP.
  • Works well with the Blue-Feathered Branchsword and Twinbird Kite Shield as they all provide benefits at or below 20% HP.
  • Similar to the Red Tearstone Ring from Souls titles.

 

Elden Ring Talismans
Ancestral Spirit's Horn  ♦  Arrow's Reach Talisman  ♦  Arrow's Sting Talisman  ♦  Arsenal Charm  ♦  Assassin's Cerulean Dagger  ♦  Assassin's Crimson Dagger  ♦  Axe Talisman  ♦  Blessed Dew Talisman  ♦  Blue Dancer Charm  ♦  Blue-Feathered Branchsword  ♦  Boltdrake Talisman  ♦  Bull-Goat's Talisman  ♦  Carian Filigreed Crest  ♦  Cerulean Amber Medallion  ♦  Cerulean Seed Talisman  ♦  Clarifying Horn Charm  ♦  Claw Talisman  ♦  Companion Jar  ♦  Concealing Veil  ♦  Crimson Amber Medallion  ♦  Crimson Seed Talisman  ♦  Crucible Knot Talisman  ♦  Crucible Scale Talisman  ♦  Curved Sword Talisman  ♦  Daedicar's Woe  ♦  Dagger Talisman  ♦  Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman  ♦  Dragoncrest Shield Talisman  ♦  Entwining Umbilical Cord  ♦  Erdtree's Favor  ♦  Fire Scorpion Charm  ♦  Flamedrake Talisman  ♦  Flock's Canvas Talisman  ♦  Furled Finger's Trick-Mirror  ♦  Godfrey Icon  ♦  Godskin Swaddling Cloth  ♦  Golden Scarab  ♦  Graven-Mass Talisman  ♦  Graven-School Talisman  ♦  Great-Jar's Arsenal  ♦  Greatshield Talisman  ♦  Green Turtle Talisman  ♦  Haligdrake Talisman  ♦  Hammer Talisman  ♦  Hosts' Trick-Mirror  ♦  Immunizing Horn Charm  ♦  Kindred of Rot's Exultation  ♦  Lance Talisman  ♦  Lightning Scorpion Charm  ♦  Longtail Cat Talisman  ♦  Lord of Blood's Exultation  ♦  Magic Scorpion Charm  ♦  Marika's Scarseal  ♦  Marika's Soreseal  ♦  Millicent's Prosthesis  ♦  Moon of Nokstella  ♦  Mottled Necklace  ♦  Old Lord's Talisman  ♦  Pearldrake Talisman  ♦  Perfumer's Talisman  ♦  Prince of Death's Cyst  ♦  Prince of Death's Pustule  ♦  Radagon's Scarseal  ♦  Radagon's Soreseal  ♦  Radagon Icon  ♦  Ritual Shield Talisman  ♦  Ritual Sword Talisman  ♦  Roar Medallion  ♦  Rotten Winged Sword Insignia  ♦  Sacred Scorpion Charm  ♦  Sacrificial Twig  ♦  Shabriri's Woe  ♦  Shard of Alexander  ♦  Silver Scarab  ♦  Spear Talisman  ♦  Spelldrake Talisman  ♦  Stalwart Horn Charm  ♦  Starscourge Heirloom  ♦  Taker's Cameo  ♦  Twinblade Talisman  ♦  Two Fingers Heirloom  ♦  Viridian Amber Medallion  ♦  Warrior Jar Shard  ♦  Winged Sword Insignia



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    • Anonymous

      You can find this item in valley of the drake. Run past the drakes on the narrow bridge and there is a ladder on the right

      • Anonymous

        I like that it looks like the Morion blade from Dark Souls 3 which had the same effect of increase attack power when at low hp

        • Anonymous

          Kind of useless was better in the previous series but 20% at 20% hp? At 20% hp you are dead in 1 maximum 2 hits and the 20% dmg is not worth it wasting a slot for that

          • Anonymous

            Question, what is considered low HP, like what percentage does my HP need to be in order for the talisman to activate? I also think that it would be nice if you guys put these percentages out here for the people that don't want to go out and do their own testing and stuff.

            • Anonymous

              Worth adding what counts as low HP level, the comments here say <20%, but it's not stated in this wiki article.

              • Anonymous

                Never really used this type of effect in souls games of past but just how this talisman looks caught my eye and how I always get smacked hard running around in light armor this really is like icing on the cake for me. Just might be unable to ever unequip this. Literally has increased my clutch moments by 20% as well !!

                • Anonymous

                  Guys complaining about it not being as strong as Dark Souls 1 Red Tearstone Ring or just new players underestimating a percent boost across the board. Ds1 had 2 ring slots. Elden Ring has 4 talisman slots. Take this as an example: a magic build stacking talismans for dmg, red feathered branch sword for 20%, magic scorpion charm for 12%, Graven mass talisman for 8%, graven school talisman for 4%. I'm not sure if it's additive or multiplicative with this specific layout but that would be an additive 44% extra damage. Not including armor sets that also boost specific damage sources, staves that boost specific spells, passive damage buff spells and incantations, weapon arts that provide passive buffs across all damage, or a different talisman setup that could boost in different ways like godefroy icon that boosts charged spells for 15%. Or anything else I can't think of or remember. People are 1 shotting bosses.

                  It's strong.

                  Do you want people to have 50% extra damage and 3 more slots to stack more? With even more sources to stack damage beyond those 4 slots?

                  I had a glass cannon build in demons souls where you could accomplish if I remember right 200% damage with a ring and an offhanded passive buff sword, the most people could accomplish is receiving 2 hits most were 1 shot and that was merely with a falchion. Imagine a great weapon or if I stacked the magic buffing ring on top of it or if I twinked? Of course I would be 1 shot at low health too but I usually decided when I would go in for an attack with my quick weapon.

                  • Anonymous

                    Dunno about you all, but personally I found this thing very useful. Saved me countless times by helping me oneshot my opponent. People get cocky when you are low hp all the time. If you play it right, you have the advantage.

                    • Anonymous

                      I don't know why this is listed as increasing attack and defense.

                      The description states it only increases attack and in the character sheet it shows no increase in defense.

                      • Anonymous

                        Only 20%. Worthless. Why bother with this crap when you can use the Ritual Sword Talisman and get 10% at full health? You're putting yourself at a permanent danger of getting one-hit-killed and for what, a meager 10% more?

                        • Anonymous

                          The real question if there's a Weapon that "raises attack power when HP is low" like the "Morion Blade" in Demon's Souls & Dark Souls 3. I found A "Death Ritual Spear" that looks kind of like the talisman, and by extension the Morion Blade but the description doesn't specify such a boost...

                          • Anonymous

                            No hit runs in this game are gonna take a long fu*king time seeing as how most bosses just use AOE magic spells.

                            • Anonymous

                              Forgot to mention Talisman effect (Raises attack power when HP is low) Weight 1.4
                              Name is P_r_e_d_a_tt_o_r on psn if any question

                              • Anonymous

                                This is the red tearstone ring, boosts damage when health is low. Not sure of exact % but likely 20% or less. Drops off one of the Deathbirds.

                                • Anonymous

                                  At night, kill Deathbird north of the Scenic Lake grace site in the Liurnia of the Lakes. Start at the grace, run north to a giant rock with a lot of shiny pebbles. Impossible to miss.

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