Where to Find the Graven-School Talisman in Elden Ring

 Where to Find the Graven-School Talisman in Elden Ring

Elden Ring has many secrets all over its massive game map, and some of these might have players confused about where to find some of the items. This guide will take you through the process of how to get the Graven-School Talisman in Elden Ring.

How to Get the Graven-School Talisman in Elden Ring

Talismans are an integral part of the gameplay in Elden Ring. They grant the player with various boosts that help them through their missions and make the journey to becoming the Elden Lord a lot simpler. There are several Talismans available in the game, and the Graven-School Talisman is just one of them that has its uses, especially for sorcerors.

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If you want to improve the damage dealt to your enemies from using sorceries, you can look for this Talisman which increases the potential of all the sorceries you will cast. This improved level of damage will make navigating the game map much easier as several enemies will fall more easily. To find the Graven-School Talisman, you will need to find your way into the Raya Lucaria Academy. 

To achieve this, the first thing you will need to do is obtain the Academy Glintstone Key. This Key is located behind the dragon in the water close to the academy. On collecting this item, you will gain access to the academy, which you now need to enter and find the Debate Parlor Site of Grace. Near the entrance of this Site of Grace, you will come across the boss enemy called the Red Wolf of Radagon who you need to defeat.

After you’ve killed the boss, you will find a suspicious-looking bookshelf in the academy that you need to attack, to discover a tunnel. Enter this secret area to find a room with a chest and a ladder. Using the ladder, get to the upper floor and jump over the railing with a broken floor. By jumping into the opening of the floor, you will find yourself in the room which has the Graven-School Talisman.

Jayita T

Part-time gamer, full-time reader of obscure literature.

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