How to find the Blessed Dew Talisman in Elden Ring
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Talismans can provide a huge boost to your character in Elden Ring. Whether they increase a few different stats or allow your character to replenish a stat quicker, no Talisman is completely worthless. However, there are some that are more suited to certain builds and others that can be universally used, no matter how you distribute your Attributes. The Blessed Dew Talisman is one in Elden Ring that can be used to great effect on any build.

This Talisman simply slowly replenishes your HP as long as it’s equipped. There are no other requirements for the Talisman to work; you just have to have some HP to restore and the Blessed Dew Talisman will slowly replenish it. This can potentially save you a precious Crimson Tears Flask or stop you from dying to an attack from a boss.

In order to acquire this Talisman, though, you’ll have to get by a formidable boss.

The Blessed Dew Talisman’s location in Elden Ring

The boss you’re looking for is the Giant Golem at the Divine Bridge in Leyndell, Royal Capital. You might’ve visited this boss far before reaching the capital if you found a certain teleporter in Weeping Peninsula. If you didn’t, then you’ll have to go to this boss from Leyndell.

To reach it from the capital, you need to make your way past the giant gate at the end of the main street. Then, head into the Fortified Manor straight after going through the gate, which is just a copy of the Roundtable Hold. You’ll be able to access a lift once inside that brings you up to the Divine Bridge and the Giant Golem. Once you defeat it, you can loot a treasure chest on the right side of the area that contains the Blessed Dew Talisman.

Elden Ring Blessed Dew Talisman
The location of the Tower of Return in Elden Ring. | Provided by FromSoftware/Fextralife Wiki

If you want the Talisman faster, you can take the teleporter in Weeping Peninsula. This is located at the Tower of Return, which is found at the very bottom of the western part of the region. So instead of going straight down the main road to Castle Morne, take a right and go to the western section. Go past the Minor Erdtree to the south and keep going until you reach the Tower of  Return. The teleporter is found inside the tower.

Be warned, though, as the Giant Golem is very difficult to defeat if you’re a lower-level player. To defeat the golem, just go for his feet and watch out for any stomp attacks. Keep to his legs and you should be able to chip down its health enough to win the fight.

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