Container required for crafting ritual pot items
Ritual Pot is a Key Item and Crafting Material in Elden Ring. Ritual Pot is a container required for throwing pots, consumables which can be thrown to apply damage or debuffs to enemies. See also Cracked Pot and Perfume Bottle.
This empty pot somehow mends itself when broken. Special item with greater durability than a cracked pot.
Essential vessel for crafting ritual pot items.
The materials and magics sealed within deploy their effects when the pot is thrown.
Ritual Pot Locations
- 1 in Laskyar Ruins: On a corpse in the northern section, in front of a set of pillars. [Map link]
- 1 by the Schoolhouse Classroom site of grace in Raya Lucaria Academy: Inside a treasure chest at the end of the hallway, guarded by a Glintstone Sorcerer and a Giant Living Jar. [Map link]
- 2 in Jarburg: The first is found on the roof of a hut in the north, use the cliffs to get on top of the hut. The second can be found on top of a large decorative jar in the south. [Map link]
- 2 in Auriza Side Tomb:
- Open the chest at the end of the main path, then make your way down the path and open the chest in the secret room trap chest. Go forward, drop down, then start making your way up the stairs. The pot will be in front a Giant Living Jar.
- From the location of the previous jar, head back down the path until you reach the two trap chests and open the one on the left (secret room position). Make your way forward and take the small entrance on your left next to the second Imp. Climb the ladder and open the chest. The pot is at the end of the path in a room with a Giant Living Jar.
- 1 near the Forsaken Depths site of grace in Subterranean Shunning-Grounds: In the room at the top of the elevator.
- 1 in Giants' Mountaintop Catacombs: Head left from the boss doors and descend the dungeon's second lift. Continue along the path and then turn right in the room with the statue (hug the wall at the top of the stairs so you don't step on the trigger for the frost dart trap). Proceed through the hall with the guillotine traps and then take the first left in the next corridor to a room with several Land Squirts (with another frost dart trap in the middle of the room after the stairs). The pot is on a corpse in a small room at the end of the path with a Giant Living Jar. [Map link]
- Video Location
- Shunning Grounds, Video Location
Ritual Pot Use
Ritual Pots can be used to store crafted throwing pots, which apply damage or debuffs to enemies. After a throwing pot is used, an empty Ritual Pot is returned to the player's inventory, allowing for another throwing pot to be created after leaving combat.
Ritual Pots can hold the following throwing pots:
- Academy Magic Pot, learned from Glintstone Craftsman's Cookbook .
- Albinauric Pot, learned from Glintstone Craftsman's Cookbook (3)/
- Alluring Pot, learned from Nomadic Warrior's Cookbook .
- Ancient Dragonbolt Pot, learned from Ancient Dragon Apostle's Cookbook .
- Beastlure Pot, learned from Nomadic Warrior's Cookbook .
- Cursed-Blood Pot, learned from Nomadic Warrior's Cookbook .
- Freezing Pot, learned from Glintstone Craftsman's Cookbook .
- Giantsflame Fire Pot, learned from Armorer's Cookbook .
- Redmane Fire Pot, learned from Armorer's Cookbook .
- Rot Pot, learned from Nomadic Warrior's Cookbook .
- Sacred Order Pot, learned from Missionary's Cookbook .
Ritual Pot Notes & Tips
- You can collect up to 10 Ritual Pots.
- Ritual Pots already obtained once cannot be re-obtained in New Game Plus.
- If throwing pots are put into storage at a site of grace, their Ritual Pots will be available for crafting new items. If you have throwing pots in storage, your Ritual Pots will automatically refill when you die or rest at a Site of Grace
- You can wear the Jar helm to increase the damage of crafted pot items by 15%, and the Companion Jar talisman for a further 20% increase.