Spelldrake Talisman

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status effect 141 elden ring wiki guide 44px Reduces  Magic Damage taken by 13/17/20%

Spelldrake Talisman is a Talisman in Elden Ring. Spelldrake Talisman reduces Magic Damage taken by 13/17/20%. Players can use talismans in Elden Ring to boost a variety of Stats.

 

Talisman depicting a blue ancient dragon.
Boosts magic damage negation.

The ancient dragons, who ruled in the prehistoric era before the Erdtree, would protect their lord as a wall of living rock.
And so it is that the shape of the dragon has become symbolic of all manner of protections.

 

Spelldrake Talisman Effect in Elden Ring

Spelldrake Talisman reduces Magic Damage taken by 13/17/20%. (Effect reduced to 4/5/6% in PvP.)

 

Where to find Spelldrake Talisman in Elden Ring

  • Base talisman: Acquired by defeating Runebear at the end of the Earthbore Cave in the Weeping Peninsula. [Map link].
  • Spelldrake Talisman +1: Sellia, Town of Sorcery: Found in a small room in the northwest section of town, right under the balcony containing the Staff of Loss. This room is initially sealed by a barrier that can be dispelled by lighting a brazier atop a tower in the southwest of town. [Map link]
  • Spelldrake Talisman +2: Found in the secret catacombs underneath the Hidden Path to the Haligtree by turning right just before the Stray Mimic Tear's boss door, following the corridor up and taking the lift. The talisman can be found on a corpse in an alcove at the top. See the location's page for details on how to get to the catacombs. [Map link]

 

Boss Fight Video for Runebear in Elden Ring

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elden Ring Spelldrake Talisman Notes & Tips

  • Effect: Reduces damage taken from Magic Damage.
    • The following formula can be used to calculate what the magic damage negation will be after equipping the +2 talisman:
      MNWT = 100 - [(100 - MNWOT) * 0.8]
      MNWT: Magic Negation With Talisman, MWNOT: Magic Negation With Out Talisman
Upgrade Level PvE Magic Damage Reduction PvP Magic Damage Reduction Sell Value
+0 13% 4% 100
+1 17% 5% 500
+2 20% 6% 1000

 

Elden Ring Talismans
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    • Anonymous

      This is probably a stupid question, but when it says boosts magic damage negation does it mean glintstone sorcery or all magic damage? specifically the gravity magic used by the onyx and alabaster lords?

      • Anonymous

        Multiplicative as damage reduction in a nutshell:
        You have whole pizza.
        You halve the pizza. (50%)
        You halve the pizza again (50% on that 50% = 75%)
        You halve the pizza yet again (50% on that 75% = 12.5%)
        So on.

        • Anonymous

          "Note that damage reduction suffers diminishing returns. For example, using a +0 talisman when you already have 10% magic damage reduction will result in a new damage reduction of 1 - (.9 * .87) = 21.7%"

          I apologize for the - perhaps - dumb question but... can someone explain this better to me? thx in advance

          • Anonymous

            For PVP: If you have low int, using the int talisman, gives you effectively more dmg negation vs magic than using this talisman... yeah really intuitive,,, not.

            • Anonymous

              this is great for pve early game, actually almost a must have if you are pure melee. Pop one of those anti magic flesh things that increases magic def and have this equpped and lol at how useless the burger king hat sorcerers are. pretty good in pvp as well at +2

              • Anonymous

                Not sure if it works same in pvp as in pve, might give much less defense against pvp similar to dark souls 3. Needs more testing...

                • Anonymous

                  Not sure if it works same in pvp as in pve, might give much less defense against pvp similar to dark souls 3. Needs more testing...

                  • Anonymous

                    The pickup in the room opposite the one containing the silver scarab talisman mentioned in the guide to grabbing the +2 talisman is Sacraficial Bud (x3) and three vulgar militia enemies if someone wants to toss that info in there

                    • Anonymous

                      found +2 near the deathroot in Hidden Path to the Haligtree. Jump down where the ledge is broken. It seems a falldown but there is an invisible bridge.

                      • Anonymous

                        The +2 Version is found in the Hidden area of the Path of the Haligtree. Take the grace point to there. Run backward into the main path, there's a broken fence. Fall down and you'll land on an Invisible platform. To the Left is the Silver Scarab Talisman behind a Illusionary wall. Back track over, dead ahead there's another room. I don't recall what was there. But If you run over there and look left, theres another path (it's slightly down and still invisible.) There might be a enemy on it. You can head down there, then Jump left onto the platform, Head Inside, then Left again towards the locked door. Up the stairs and up the elevator at the top is the +2 Talisman.

                        • I am unsure if I got it here or somewhere else (so not sure if it just drops like this, or it's actually separate), but I actually got a +1 version of this while I'm still just on base/non-NG+.

                          • Anonymous

                            There's a +1 version of this talisman in sellia, town of sorcery (caelid) - you need to light up the fires in tower to unlock the seals in the town.
                            1 of the fires unlocks seals for 2 chests in the town, with the chest closest to the swamp containing the talisman.

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