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Best Talismans in Elden Ring

These are the best talismans in Elden Ring that suit almost every build and character. I will include multiple talismans in a single entry at some points. That’s because there are many talismans that are of the same nature but their stat improvements and suitability for builds vary. This article will include Talismans for every player.

Tip for Lore enthusiasts: Pay close attention to the details on the Talismans and you may see some interesting things.

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The Soreseals

Both of these Soreseals increase their respective stats by 5 Levels and also increase the damage you take by 15%.

Radagon’s Soreseal

Radagon’s Soreseal increases many physical stats by a huge margin. These stats are those that suit a melee player who uses Strength or Dexterity builds. The stat increases are namely: Vigour, Endurance, Strength and Dexterity.

The downside of this talisman is how it increases your weakness to damage in a similar measure to its stat increase. But you should disregard it, as its advantages outweigh its disadvantage.

Marika’s Soreseal

Marika’s Soreseal upgrades your magic stats. Obviously, this is suited for players who use magic and sorceries. It significantly increases Mind, Intelligence, Faith, and Arcane. Like Radagon’s Soreseal, this talisman also weakens you physically.

Great-Jar’s Arsenal

The Great-Jar’s Arsenal significantly increases your carry weight (by 19%), allowing you to wield the heaviest weapons and wear the heaviest armor and still get Medium Rolling. It’s a great Talisman for a build that uses heavy weaponry and armor.

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The Heirlooms

These Talismans increase certain stats significantly, allowing for stellar build performance. Each of these Talismans raises each stat by 5 Levels.

Starscourge Heirloom

The Starscourge Heirloom raises Strength.

Prosthesis-Wearer Heirloom

The Prosthesis-Wearer Heirloom raises Dexterity.

Stargazer Heirloom

The Stargazer Heirloom raises Intelligence.

Two Fingers Heirloom

The Two Fingers Heirloom raises Faith.

Shard of Alexander

This talisman greatly boosts the potency (by 15%) of your weapons skills (Ashes of War). Because the Ashes of War are such a great element of the game’s combat, I highly recommend this talisman for players who use them.

The Scarabs

Golden Scarab

This talisman increases your Ruin acquisition by 20%. Equipping it only when you’re farming for ruins is best.

Silver Scarab

The Silver Scarab increases your Item Discovery by 75. Equip it only when you’re farming for item drops.

Moon of Nokstella

The Moon of Nokstella raises the number of Memory Slots by 2. It’s a great Talisman if you use many incantations.

Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman

This talisman greatly reduces the physical damage you take (by 20%). This is a great choice if you find the downsides of the Soreseals to be problematic. It’s not as useful in PVP, however.

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Even when you use this, relying on precise dodges and blocking is essential for survival. It only allows you to withstand more damage. It may not be a good choice if you’re already a player who can dodge and block effectively. If that’s the case, I’d suggest saving the Talisman slot for something better.

Sacrificial Twig

Sacrificial Twigs prevent your Ruins from being lost upon death. But in doing so, you will lose the talisman permanently. You can buy and find many Sacrificial Twigs and having some in your inventory is really useful when the time comes.

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