How To Use Rot Grease Elden Ring

In Elden Ring you will find Rot Grease. Grease can be used on certain weapons that cannot be upgraded or incantated, as long as it is applied properly.

To apply Rot Grease, locate Quick Access Slots to equip it, then press X/R to apply the coating to the weapon. Rot Coating lasts 60 seconds and applies debuff dealing Max HP 1.8% per second  + 15 health per second for 90s

How To Craft Rot Grease?

Rot Grease can be crafted with the Nomadic Warrior’s Cookbook [22] and the following Crafting Materials:

Video Guide on how to farm and craft:

How Many Greases Are There?

This game offers 12 different versions of Grease. Each of them has a faster counterpart that lasts longer and applies more quickly. These are extremely important when using a Regular Weapon for tougher boss fights in order to deal more damage and make things easier.

Don’t forget to use them wisely since they only last a limited amount of time. There are many ways to use each one of them, so take the time to explore. Many of them can also be made from different materials.

Types available:

Where is the Nomadic Warrior’s Cookbook 22?

You will need to travel to the Lake of Rot, which is infamous for Scarlet Rot, in order to find Nomadic Warrior’s Cookbook [22]. Unless you have some consumables that can protect you, such as Preserving Boluses, you should be cautious of red clouds that can cause damage to build up over time.

You will greatly benefit from them before entering this area as they will greatly minimize the damage caused by the Scarlet Rot. Additionally, there is a Site of Grace here where you can rest and replenish your health if you have taken too much damage.

At the Site of Grace, you must travel south across the lake and find some pressure plates you need to stand on. Once these structures appear, you will need to go west until you reach a small building that contains a chest.

When you open the chest, you will find the Nomadic Warrior’s Cookbook [22]. Obtaining it allows you to craft Rot Pots, Rot Grease, and Drawstring Rot Grease.

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