Elden Ring: How to cure scarlet rot
Enemies in Elden Ring are often dangerous not only by physical harm they can cause, but also by state problems inflicting. These state ailments accumulate over time and, if they reach a certain threshold, they will take effect and make your character lose health quickly. Usually, each one has more than one way to cure, but typical of a FromSoftware title, the game is not especially clear about what they are. Here is How to cure scarlet rot in Elden Ring If you’re struggling to solve it.
- Cure of scarlet rot with conservation bolus
- Healing scarlet rot with flame, clean me
- How to cure scarlet rot in Elden Ring
How to cure scarlet rot in Elden Ring
As mentioned above, there are multiple options to cure scarlet rot in Elden Ring, although one of them will not be available for all character constructions given that it requires a certain level of faith.
Cure of scarlet rot with conservation bolus
First, let’s review the cure easier and available: take a preserve bolus.
This object can be found at The Lands Between, although more abundantly in Caelid since so many enemies there inflict scarlet rot. As you can see above, they look like moss balls. Taking one eliminates scarlet rot and eliminates any accumulated accumulation. Preservating Bolus is located in many places, but you can find it next to Shack of the Rotting near the site of Grace Rotview Balcony in the northwest of Caelid. There is also a merchant near it that sells it; It is located east of Astray from Caelid Highway North, Grace site, and sells Preservating Bolus for 2500 Runes each.
Alternatively, you can create Preserving Bolus if you have the Armoror cookbook (6), which is located in the underground area of the Siofra River. To obtain it, travel to the west of Grace’s site on the shore of the Siofra River and recover it from a corpse on the cliff.
Next, you will need the following resources to create a conservation bolus:
- 1x Sacramental Bud
- 1x glass cave moss
- 2x Herba kissed in dew
Healing scarlet rot with flame, clean me
The other method to cure scarlet rot consists of using a feeding of faith called ‘call, clean me’. This spell requires 12 faith, so you will not have to invest too many points in faith to use it. It can also be launched with a basic seal, such as the finger stamp that is available to buy by 800 Runes of Twin Maiden Husks.
The spell itself is located in the eastern part of Liurnia of the Lakes, near the Grace site of the Eastern Plateau.
That should give you everything you need to know about How to cure scarlet rot in Elden Ring . Be sure to search for rot or check our Wiki guide to get more tips, tricks and information about the game.
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