Wandering Noble Ashes

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Type Spirit Summon
FP Cost 28 HP Cost -
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Summons five wandering noble spirits.

Wandering Noble Ashes is a Spirit Summon in Elden Ring. Wandering Noble Ashes summons 5 Wandering Nobles with independent life bars that can move and  attack enemies at melee range.

Wandering Nobles can entertain multiple enemies for a while, giving you a lot of space against crowds, but they are not effective at combat, so you should not expect them to defeat many Enemies by themselves.

Wandering Nobles can also be found in groups as Enemies in Elden Ring. For more information, see Wandering Nobles.

 

Ashen remains in which spirits yet dwell.
Use to summon the spirits of five wandering nobles.

The spirits of nobles who, after death, now wander the Lands Between. Surely they were in search of something once - but whatever it was has long been forgotten.

 

Wandering Noble Ashes Location in Elden Ring

Where to Find Wandering Noble Ashes:

  • Located on a corpse that is resting against a stone coffin in the Stormfoot Catacombs in Limgrave. Proceed through the catacombs as normal until reaching a ladder that is going up, once you've reached the top continue forward past some Imps until reaching a dead end room that is being guarded by two Imps, the corpse resting against the stone coffin will hold the ashes. Map Link

 

 

Elden Ring Wandering Noble Ashes Guide

  • Consumes Low FP (28)
  • Each Noble has its own individual life bar
  • 3 Nobles are armed with swords and 2 with Torches
  • Their individual health is rather low, but due to their numbers, they are great to lure enemy attention away from you. The Greatshield Soldier Ashes are generally better in this regard due to their greatshields and projectile attacks.
  • Their attack animations are slow
  • They perform best against single enemies, allowing them to attack more freely.
  • When fighting large enemies (confirmed with dragons), the summoned Nobles will cower in fear and refuse to fight. 
  • Due to their low health and high count, the Wandering Nobles can pair well with equipment that procs on kills, such as the Serpent-God's Curved Sword or the Taker's Cameo, as the on-kill effects of these will apply when a spirit summon dies.
  • You must be near a rebirth monument to summon spirits from ashes.
  • When you are close to a rebirth monument and able to summon, a monument icon will appear on the left side of the screen.

 

 

 

Elden Ring Spirits
Albinauric Ashes  ♦  Ancestral Follower Ashes  ♦  Ancient Dragon Knight Kristoff Ashes  ♦  Archer Ashes  ♦  Avionette Soldier Ashes  ♦  Azula Beastman Ashes  ♦  Banished Knight Engvall Ashes  ♦  Banished Knight Oleg Ashes  ♦  Battlemage Hugues Ashes  ♦  Blackflame Monk Amon Ashes  ♦  Bloodhound Knight Floh  ♦  Clayman Ashes  ♦  Cleanrot Knight Finlay Ashes  ♦  Crystalian Ashes  ♦  Demi-Human Ashes  ♦  Depraved Perfumer Carmaan Ashes  ♦  Dolores the Sleeping Arrow Puppet  ♦  Dung Eater Puppet  ♦  Fanged Imp Ashes  ♦  Finger Maiden Therolina Puppet  ♦  Fire Monk Ashes  ♦  Giant Rat Ashes  ♦  Glintstone Sorcerer Ashes  ♦  Godrick Soldier Ashes  ♦  Greatshield Soldier Ashes  ♦  Haligtree Soldier Ashes  ♦  Jarwight Puppet  ♦  Kindred of Rot Ashes  ♦  Land Squirt Ashes  ♦  Latenna The Albinauric  ♦  Leyndell Soldier Ashes  ♦  Lhutel the Headless  ♦  Lone Wolf Ashes  ♦  Mad Pumpkin Head Ashes  ♦  Man-Serpent Ashes  ♦  Marionette Soldier Ashes  ♦  Mausoleum Soldier Ashes  ♦  Mimic Tear Ashes  ♦  Miranda Sprout Ashes  ♦  Nepheli Loux Puppet  ♦  Nightmaiden & Swordstress Puppets  ♦  Noble Sorcerer Ashes  ♦  Nomad Ashes  ♦  Omenkiller Rollo  ♦  Oracle Envoy Ashes  ♦  Page Ashes  ♦  Perfumer Tricia Ashes  ♦  Putrid Corpse Ashes  ♦  Radahn Soldier Ashes  ♦  Raya Lucaria Soldier Ashes  ♦  Redmane Knight Ogha Ashes  ♦  Rotten Stray Ashes  ♦  Skeletal Bandit Ashes  ♦  Skeletal Militiaman Ashes  ♦  Soldjars of Fortune Ashes  ♦  Spirit Jellyfish Ashes  ♦  Stormhawk Deenh  ♦  Twinsage Sorcerer Ashes  ♦  Vulgar Militia Ashes  ♦  Warhawk Ashes  ♦  Winged Misbegotten Ashes



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    • Anonymous

      It's required by law that every time you summon these you have to physically raise your hands and call out "Boys!"

      • Anonymous

        Unironically good if you just need a distraction, plus they are great comic relief, they have a fatal weakness against chandeliers however

        • Anonymous

          Will run away, cower and cry in a corner when they are faced with a regular dragon, yet they aren't afraid to try and go fight a 50 meter tall giant with the power of a flame god, or a gigantic hellish demigod serpent abomination who can summon a hellstorm and rain burning skulls upon you, a little weird but okay.

          • The geriatric rotary club out for another outing! Hey now, even our elders need some exercise from time to time, cut them some slack! I bet they got some mean stories to tell.

            • Anonymous

              summoned these guys against the boss of the same dungeon you get them in, and these mofos did 9 damage per swing lmao

              • Anonymous

                They work really well as crowd control against enemies who get stunned by fire, like the hands in Carian Manor. Waste of FP for any other purpose.

                • Anonymous

                  I got a +2 summon on my NG +. I don't see it mentioned anywhere, I wonder what the difference is. Its not a duplicate as they are both in my inventory. The boss drop was a duplicate and when into storage

                  • Anonymous

                    Don’t use these guys when fighting dragons, they are useless. Summoned them by accident during fight with Decaying Ekzykes and these 5 useless f’s just ran away and cowered next to a rock doing nothing. I killed the dragon myself and ran over to see them all still cowering like the stupid f’s they were

                    • Anonymous

                      While having 5 of them sounds tempting, they're effectively worse than wolves in every way. If you want numbers, get the Demi-Human ashes. Those guys are awesome.

                      • Wolves are better and outshine these in every way these guys are too slow and take every single attack to the face. Wolves atleast have the potential to dodge attacks and surround a boss

                        • Anonymous

                          Use them where you need them exactly. They seem to bug on to edges pretty fast. If they work they are good as in taking aggro. If your enemy got some sweep attacks they be on their way to death really soon xD not sure if upgrading this makes sense vs wolfes or later signs.

                          • Anonymous

                            Very good for distracting a lot of enemies at once, I think the dogs and jellyfish are better against bosses but these guys have their uses in the early game or for someone not investing in FP.

                            • Anonymous

                              These nobles are just a bunch of Kyles, only good for hitting drywall and causing a scene. Go with the Skeletal Militia Chads.

                              • Anonymous

                                “Wandering Nobles can entertain multiple enemies for a while, giving you a lot of space against crowds, but they are not effective at combat, so you should expect them to defeat many Enemies by themselves.“



                                uhhhhhh okay?

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