Elden Ring’s Warming Stones: What They Are and How to Use

 Elden Ring’s Warming Stones: What They Are and How to Use

Items in Elden Ring have special uses, and some of them can help you in crafting. In this guide, we will see what Warming Stones are and how to use them in Elden Ring.

Elden Ring’s Warming Stones: What They Are and How to Use

Some items are easy to find and are in abundance, while others are quite rare and will require you to scavenge. Some items in your inventory you won’t have any clue on, and you would be wondering what they are. Here we will see what the purpose of Warming Stones is in Elden Ring.

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Woodfolk Ruins

Warming Stones are a sort of healing stone that relies on using FP to heal anyone nearby. It creates an AOE of healing for you and others in the vicinity. One Warming Stones will use up to 30 FP. The only drawback to them is that it’s not just specific to you and your allies, but it can also heal any enemy nearby. You can find them while exploring various regions, or you can just craft them if you have the right cookbook and materials. This will also save you some time. The cookbook you will be needing is the Nomadic Warrior’s Cookbook (19). You can find the book once you have Altus Plateau unlocked. Once you have that down, head over to the Minor Erdtree area and travel onto Woodfolk Ruins. There is a small building that is broken down, head inside and you will find the Nomadic Warrior’s Cookbook on the ground. 

Besides the book, you will also need the necessary materials to craft them. You will need one each of the Erdleaf flowers, smoldering butterflies, and sanctuary stone. You can find most on your journey throughout the Lands Between, dropped from bosses, or bought from merchants.  

That’s all there is to know about what Warming Stones are in Elden Ring. If you liked this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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