Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: How To Find All Eight Legendary Talismans
There are a total of eight Elden Ring Legendary Talismans to be found across the Lands Between, and collecting them all will net you a nice achievement while also giving you powerful bonuses when equipped. Elden Ring allows for players to customise their builds in multiple ways to create their own unique playstyle, and talismans present another way to further this. So, if you need to know where to find all Elden Ring Legendary Talismans, we've got you covered below.
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Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Radagon Icon
The first of the Elden Ring Legendary Talismans you'll likely find is the Radagon Icon, which is located in the Raya Lucaria Academy. You'll need to make your way through the legacy dungeon until you reach the Debate Hall Lost Grace. From there you need to reach the second floor of the Debate Hall, by using the shortcut ladder in the main room, or walking into the courtyard and jumping over the fence to climb another ladder. The talisman will be located inside a chest.
The Radagon Icon shortens the casting time of most spells in the game, making it imperative for heavy magic builds.
Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Radagon's Soreseal
The second Legendary Talisman is found in Fort Faroth, which is located in the east of the Caelid region. Run into the fort from the main entrance, and veer left until you get to a doorway with a ladder inside. Climbing the ladder will take you up on the battlements, and from there move right and drop down. Carry on past a hole in the floor, and the gallows, then drop into the second hole. From here, make a jump to another wooden walkway, and carry on until dropping down again, where you'll find the talisman on a dead body.
Radagon's Soreseal greatly boosts player attributes like vigor, endurance, strength, and dexterity, while also increasing all the damage you receive.
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Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Godfrey Icon
After using the Grand Lift of Dectus to get to the Altus Platueu region, travel east and follow the cliff's edge toward the Golden Lineage Evergaol. You'll need to interact with it and beat the boss, Godefroy the Grafted, who upon defeat, will drop the Godfrey Icon.
This talisman increases the charge attack power of any sorceries, incantations, and skills you use.
Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Moon Of Nokstella
This next Legendary Talisman can be hard to get to, as you'll need to make your way through the majority of the Elden Ring Ranni quest to access Nokstella. Once you get here, from the Nokstella, Eternal City Lost Grace, walk forward and follow the stairs up. Keep following the walkways past the slime and ball enemies, until you get to the final set of stairs that leads up to a throne room. Inside, kill the enemies, and then underneath the throne, you can open a chest to receive the Moon of Nokstella.
The talisman will increase your memory slots by two, letting you learn and use more spells.
Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman
You'll need to venture toward Elphael Brace of the Haligtree legacy dungeon, which is located in the Mountaintops of the Giants region. From the Drainage Channel Lost Grace site, take the eastern exit and then follow along the tree branches and concrete beams. Eventually, you'll reach a roof where you can drop down a hole onto some wooden beams. Make your way across these beams to a platform where the chest can be found with the talisman.
The Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman boosts your physical damage negation massively, letting you tank a lot of hits.
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Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Marika's Soreseal
This next one is also located in the Haligtree area. From the Elphael Inner Wall Lost Grace, exit through the eastern doorway and head down the nearby ladder heading south. You'll come to an archway, turn right here and follow a pathway around the edge of the city until you get to an imp statue. You need an Elden Ring Stonesword Key to enter the room, where Marika's Soreseal can be picked up.
This will increase your mind, intelligence, faith, and arcane stats greatly, while also increasing all the damage you take.
Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Old Lord's Talisman
The Old Lord's Talisman is in the Crumbing Farum Azula area, located inside a tower with a chest. Travel through the area until you arrive at a large crumbling building with a boss ahead. Instead of going inside, turn the other way and go into a building. Make your way through the building and take a ladder down to a bridge, and the tower with the chest is ahead.
The Old Lord's Talisman extends all your spell effects.
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Elden Ring Legendary Talismans: Erdtree's Favor +2
The +2 version of the Erdtree's Favor talisman can only be found very late into the game, or during the post-game. From the Forbidden Lands Lost Grace, use the nearby elevator to get into the city. Follow the path down the stairs and past the enemies, and then take a wooden elevator further down. This will bring you to an area overlooking a large courtyard. The talisman can be found on top of a branch that rises out of the ground, but there are three Ulcerated Tree Spirits next to it.
The Erdtree's Favor +2 talisman raises the max HP, stamina, and equip load for your character.
That's our rundown of every Elden Ring Legendary Talisman, and now you'll be able to track them all down and earn the achievement.
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