Silver Sphere is a Creature in Elden Ring. Silver Spheres are giant sentient balls of dark silver that can chase and run the Tarnished, as well as other enemies, including their fellow Silver Tears. They can be found hanging suspended from ceilings around Nokstella, Eternal City.
Elden Ring Silver Tear Locations
Where to Find Silver Tears:
- Night's Sacred Ground: there is one in the center of a room with two Night Maidens; it is still until the player passes by it or attacks it.
- Nokstella, Eternal City: two hang suspended from ceilings of the rooms they are in, and one rolls down a large staircase and a bridge to pursue the player. One of the hanging Silver Spheres drops after the player has entered the room and the doors have closed behind the player, trapping them with the Silver Sphere until it is killed. The other hanging Silver Sphere doesn't drop until the player kills most of the Silver Tears that have dropped from it, then it will drop down and begin to kill the Silver Tears by squishing them; then it will attack the player once it "sees" them.
Elden Ring Silver Tear Drops
Silver Tear Notes & Tips
- Each Silver Sphere in Nokstella will always drop a Larval Tear upon defeat, but only once.
- Oddly enough, the Silver Sphere in Nokstella hanging from the ceiling from which many Silver Tears drop is hostile to those Silver Tears, and will kill them all if the player keeps their distance.
- The large metal rolling balls that are summoned out of nowhere in Caelid use the same model as the Silver Spheres, and disintegrate upon missing the player or encountering an obstacle. They also do not drop Larval Tears. They are included on this page because they are visually indistinguishable, even though their function and behavior in the game is quite different.
- Unlike the ones in Caelid, the metal ball trap in Raya Lucaria Academy is not a Silver Sphere at all, and is instead completely smooth. It also continuously respawns until the player kills the Glintstone Sorcerers upstairs that are summoning it; again unlike the ones in Caelid, which do not actually respawn until the player rests at a Site of Grace.