Despite its age, Elden Ring continues to be home to many different secrets. Finding every item in this game is extremely difficult, so you’re quite likely to lose out on one or two of them without help. The Graven-School Talisman is a fascinating item in Elden Ring, due to how hidden it is. For an early-game ring-slot item, how difficult can it be to find? Let’s find out in this guide for one of the first sorcery-focused Talismans in Elden Ring!
Where to Find the Graven-School Talisman in Elden Ring
The Graven-School Talisman in Elden Ring is hidden behind an illusory wall within Raya Lucaria Academy. Teleport to the Debate Parlor and head back towards the twin staircases. Head north and swing at the bookcase to reveal a hidden wall. Loot the room, then climb the ladder near the front of the chamber, heading East towards the back of the room. Jump onto the scaffolding and drop down, heading south towards a small hole in the floor, and you’ll be in the room with the Graven-School Talisman.
This is one of the most hidden items in Elden Ring, which is saying quite a lot. The Illusory Wall is, thankfully, easier to find online, where there are messages in front of it. But, you must make sure to climb the ladder in the room afterwards! It is easy to miss, thanks to the Chest and Stonesword Key in the room.
Then, heading to the back of the room, jumping over the railing, and finding the hole in the floor afterwards… It is quite a lot to do for this little thing! Your exit from the room are the double doors in the southern side.
The Graven-School Talisman boosts Sorcery damage by 4%. This may not seem high, but it does stack with Intelligence and other sources of magic damage boosts. It’s not insignificant early game, but will likely leave most builds by the endgame. It is quite important to locate if you want your sorcery build to keep up after Raya Lucaria, though.
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.