In Elden Ring, there are many dangers to face because of where the game takes place. In The Lands Between, you might run into enemies that are either very scary or downright dangerous, and many of them can cause damaging status effects. Those poisoned will keep taking damage over time, which may be a pain. To the player’s relief, Poison has an effect that happens over time, and it’s not as bad as some of the other status effects that the player can get. Blood Loss and Frostbite can knock out a player and do a lot of damage all at once, which is enough to bring down even the toughest Tarnished.
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Scarlet Rot might be the worst status effect there is. Those who let the Scarlet Rot metre on their health bar go all the way to the top will get the disease, which works like Poison but spreads much faster.
Those who don’t get rid of Scarlet Rot will notice that their health is getting worse quickly, forcing them to drink more flasks to stay alive. Because the effects of the disease last for a long time, it is possible—and at the beginning of the game, fairly common—to drink all of your flasks and still die from the disease. Players can make things that can cure their Scarlet Rot, which is a blessing, but they need a rare crafting material called Sacramental Bud. This is the spot within Elden Ring where players can grow Sacramental Bud.
Where in Elden Ring can Sacramental Bud be grown?
Sacramental Buds are one of the rarest raw materials for making things, which means that players who want to get a lot of them will have to farm a lot of them. They drop so rarely that it hurts, but there is a place where many enemies can drop them, making it easier to farm for them. This part of the map is right in the middle. Players must go to Altus Plateau and see the Writheblood Ruins to get to their destination.
Those who haven’t been to the zone yet will need to either put together the Dectus Medallion and ride the Grand Lift or climb the Ruin-Stricken Precipice and fight Magma Wyrm Makar. When players get to the Altus Plateau, they can go north and west until they reach the Bridge of Iniquity Site of Grace.
This spot is near the bridge that connects Mount Gelmir to the Altus Plateau. Right, east of the Bridge of Iniquity Site of Grace is where you can find the Writheblood Ruins. When the grace zone has been reset for farming, this is the quickest way to get to the Writheblood Ruins.