The Blessed Dew Talisman grants you slow, constant HP regeneration. It won’t save you in a tough boss fight, but it can help you can save your flasks for when you need them while exploring. The Blessed Dew Talisman is found in a late-game area, but there’s a trick to getting it early on.
Radagon’s Icon is a must-have talisman for spell casters. It shortens cast time for Sorceries and Incantations, which can help you pull off slow, massively damaging spells with less risk.
You can pick up Radagon’s Icon about halfway through Raya Lucaria. Once you unlock the Debate Parlor Site of Grace, simply head outside, hang a right around the building, and climb the ladder you see. You’ll find the talisman through a broken window.
This talisman and the next raise certain attributes but increase the damage you take by 10 percent. Radagon’s Scarseal raises Vigor, Endurance, Strength, and Dexterity by three, essentially giving you 12 free levels.
The companion to Radagon’s Scarseal raises Intelligence, Faith, Mind, and Arcane by three while increasing damage taken. The boost to FP and spell power is more than worth the trade for casters, but Marika’s Scarseal will take a while to reach.
Claiming the Erdtree’s Favor Talisman is tough but worth it. It raises HP, stamina, and equip load, making it excellent for melee characters and a good way of covering stat weaknesses for casters.
The Erdtree’s Favor Talisman lies past the Stonesword lock beside the Stranded Grave at the very beginning of the game. Run until you reach a narrow bridge, then drop off the side to find a secret area with imps, traps, and two Grafted Scions. Dodge them all to find the talisman on an altar.
The Arsenal Charm increases maximum equip load, letting you use heavier weapons and armor without spending runes on stats. It’s a great talisman you can use for the entire game or just throw on when you need an extra defense boost.
The Green Turtle Talisman increases stamina recovery speed, making it useful for the entire game no matter what build you’re using. Even better, you can pick it up easily from the very beginning of Elden Ring.
The Gold Scarab Talisman increases runes dropped by enemies by 20 percent, letting you level up and buy new equipment much quicker in Elden Ring. However, you’ll need to face a tough boss to earn it.