Removes filth and accumulations on the body
Soap is a Consumable Item in Elden Ring. Most Consumables grant various effects such as restorative properties for recovering HP, removing certain negative status effects or applying temporary buffs and debuffs, while others can be thrown at enemies to deal damage.
A plant-based soap made from mushroom juice.
Cleans off filth and other accumulations on the body while also slightly reducing poison buildup.
Filth covering the exterior eventually seeps inside, soiling one's very spirit.
Where to find Soap in Elden Ring
- Can be purchased from the Nomadic Merchant in Siofra River for 400 Runes. [Map Link] Video Location
- Four can be looted from a corpse guarded by a basilisk in the ant nest near Ainsel River Downstream. [Map Link]
- Ainsel River Video Location
Soap use in Elden Ring
Soap can be used to remove filth and other accumulations on the player's body while also slightly reducing poison buildup.
Elden Ring Soap Crafting Guide
Elden Ring Soap Notes & Tips
- You can hold up to 99 Soap.
- You can store up to 600 Soap.
- Sell Value: 10 Runes
- Has cosmetic uses, to keep your character looking pristine.
- It's easy to craft in large quantities, making it easy to spam when traveling through poisonous areas to reduce overreliance on other curative methods.
- Accumulations on the body aren't just cosmetic. Some examples are as follows
- Being wet reduces your lightning resistance and increases your fire resistance slightly.
- Being covered in oil causes the next fire damage you receive to deal significantly more damage to you.
- Being covered in poisonous swamp water will cause the water's inflicted ailment to build up for a time, even after you leave said swamp.