Elden Ring: All 8 Legendary Talismans and where to find them

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3. Radagon’s Soreseal Talisman

As you can tell by the previous two Talismans, you are going to have to work hard and travel a lot to get all 8 of these accessories. Radagon’s Soreseal will take you on a journey to Fort Faroth in Dragonbarrow. This is a pretty easy one to acquire.

When you get to Fort Faroth and you enter the Fort, there should be a ladder that leads up to the roof. After you get to the roof of Fort Faroth, you will see a little opening in the roof that you can drop on down in. There will be wooden walkways here and all you have to do is search these wooden walkways and the Radagon’s Soreseal Talisman will be waiting for you here.

This Talisman has its pros and its cons. If you use Radagon’s Soreseal it will greatly raise your attributes. However, the con is that it also increases all damage that you take. The tradeoff may be worth it, just try not to get hit too often. That is something that is easier said than done in Elden Ring.

4. Dragoncrest Greatshield Talisman

The Bestial Sanctum have cliffs surrounding the area and that is where you will find the Dragoncrest Greatshield. This one can be a bit trickier to find. There are a lot of drops that you may be attempting here so this one can get a little dangerous. If you go to the cliffs that are west of the Bestial Sanctum, you should see tree roots. Follow these tree roots and they will lead you to a hole in the building that leads you into the Chappel. There will be a balcony here with a chest. You guessed it, open the chest and the Dragoncrest Greatshield is now yours.

The Greatshield will strongly boost physical damage negation. Something that is beneficial to just about every single Elden Ring player.