Yellow Ember

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Material used for crafting items
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Found in lands afflicted by frenzy

Yellow Ember is a Crafting Material in Elden Ring. Crafting Materials are resources that can be obtained throughout The Lands Between and used to create a wide variety of items. 

 

An ember taken from an eye socket of a corpse.
Material used for crafting items.

A sign that the deceased suffered from the flame of frenzy. This grape has ripened and burst.

 

Where to find Yellow Ember in Elden Ring

Yellow Ember found in the overworld respawns after resting at a Site of Grace.

IN THE WORLD
DROPPED BY
Enemy Drop rate Additional info
Frenzied Giant Rat 5.00% -
Frenzied Rat 2.50% -
Frenzied Villager 1.50% -

 

FARMING LOCATIONS

Yellow Ember Guide for Elden Ring

Yellow Ember can be used to craft the following items:

 

Elden Ring Yellow Ember Notes & Tips

  • You can hold up to 999 Yellow Ember.
  • You can store up to 999 Yellow Ember.
  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 10
  • Notes and player tips go here

 

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    • Anonymous

      Does the madness affect hosts if you use it as a summon? I want to ruin some afk farms using this if possible

      • Anonymous

        most effective farm by far is at the yellow anix ruins in the consecrated snowfields, bringing in 10 per run, just lying on the ground if you're look hard, and easily 6-7 if you run through. Stake of marika nearby so you can have the rats respawn you, just dont bring any souls

        • Anonymous

          You can farm them off of the frenzied villagers. Not sure how often it drops, as I'm getting them very consistently, however I have 99 arcane and the silver beatle, so.

          • Anonymous

            They can be used to create Frenzyflame Stones, learned in the Frenzied's Cookbook 2 found near the Frenzied Flame Proscription.

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