With the release of Elden Ring, From Software introduced crafting into one of its games for the first time. This means you’ll be on the hunt for ingredients and recipes to prepare for the series of challenges that await you in the Midlands. Some of these elements, including Poisonbloom, can only be found in select locations, especially early in most levels.
Poisonbloom can be found when defeating both large and small poison flower enemies. The easiest place to find these enemies in Limgrave is at Waypoint Ruins, east of Lake Agheel. This location is also convenient for raising large numbers of Poisonbloom. This is because a Site of Grace will unlock in the vault beneath the ruins when you defeat miniboss hide there.
None of these enemies are too difficult to defeat, as long as you are patient and wait for the opening between the poison clouds. We recommend that you try to remove as many small flowers as possible before handling large flowers. Make sure to always be wary of the big flower’s spell, as it deals a lot of damage to enemies early in the game. To avoid it, listen to the acoustic signal before it begins and watch for ground-based shimmers in its influence zone. The Big Flower can also attack at close range, but the animation is relatively slow, and will give you plenty of time to score a melee attack before dashing out into the street.
Poisonbloom, as its name and origin suggests, is poison, and is especially useful for crafting poison items. These include Poison Potion, Packed and Unpackaged Poison Bone Arrow, Poison Bone Dart, and Poison Spray Gun. Remember these will only be available once you find a Cookbook that unlocks them.
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