Elden Ring Talismans are accessories that the player can equip to increase the character's strength and simultaneously gain additional attack, defense, or other utility effects. Elden Ring offers the player over 80 talismans throughout the game. Players can get them by defeating Enemies or Bosses, looting them from chests, or buying them from Merchants.

Talismans are non-upgradable but those with the most powerful help can make a difference to the world.

Nevertheless, finding these Talismans is so challenging. They are easily overlooked or hidden in potentially dangerous places.


How to Increase Talismans Slots in Elden Ring


You will gain Talisman Pouches for more Talismans Slots. Similar to the Memory Stone, although you don't have to equip Elden Ring Talismans, when you get one you will be able to get another one that you couldn't get before.

By defeating three Elden Ring bosses including Margit, The Fell Omen, Finger Reader Enia, and the First Elden Lord, you will gain 3 Talisman Pouches with a total of 4 Talismans Slots.

However, these three Bosses are far apart so you can't defeat all 3 in succession. Each defeated boss means you have one more Talisman Pouches with the one from Margit the Fell Omen including 2 slots. The slot will help you defeat the next boss.


All Legendary Talismans In Elden Ring


To unlock all legendary talismans in Elden Ring, you will need to gain the following talismans:

Erdtree's Favor +2
Radagon's Soreseal
Marika's Soreseal
Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman
Moon of Nokstella
Old Lord's Talisman
Radagon Icon
Godfrey Icon