Increases the damage of roars and breath attacks by 15%
A bronze medallion depicting a roaring giant.
Enhances roars and breath attacks.
In ancient times, the giants were mortal enemies of the Erdtree.
Their bellowing roars desolated nature, triggered avalanches, and whipped up storms of flame.
Roar Medallion Effect in Elden Ring
Roar Medallion increases the damage of roar, cry, or shriek skill attacks by 15% in PVE (7.5% in PVP), as well as the unique moves granted to weapons these skills are used with (see notes section below for more details), and increases the damage of breath-based attacks by 10% in PvE and 5% in PvP.
Where to find Roar Medallion in Elden Ring
Elden Ring Roar Medallion Notes & Tips
- Sell value: 500
Increases the damage of heavy and charged heavy attacks made under the effect of War Cry, Barbaric Roar, Regal Roar and Shriek of Milos by 15%, as well as the two-handed heavy attacks and charged heavy attacks made under the effect of Braggart's Roar. Does not affect heavy jump attacks. This effect stacks with the buffs from the Spiked Cracked Tear and Axe Talisman.
Stacks with the passive effect from the Highland Axe. The Highland Axe will also give its buff to the main-hand weapon while in the off-hand slot when a cry- or roar-type Ash of War is used with the main-hand weapon, even when two-handing that weapon.
- As of patch 1.09, this talisman now raises damage of various breath based incantations by 10% in PvE and 5% in PvP. Damage increases now apply to: All Dragon Communion incantations, except Dragonmaw and Dragonclaw, Aspect of the Crucible: Breath and the laser beam attack stage of Placidusax's Ruin. Firebreather's damage is not affected.
- Increases the damage of the Beast's Roar, Troll's Roar and Regal Roar projectiles by 15% in both PvE and PvP, as well as the initial gravitational wave of the Starcaller Cry skill.
- The damage of the Firebreather skill is not affected.
Builds with Roar Medallion