Like the Ghost Rider staring into the souls of his victims, Elden Ring Tarnished can spread Madness into their enemies with Inescapable Frenzy. This Incantation is a Spell that has the player grab their target’s head and blast magic damage through their eyes, inflicting the opponent with Madness buildup. However, spellcasters may not want to use Inescapable Frenzy too often, as the Incantation will also affect the caster with Madness. Effective against Tarnished, this Spell costs 32 FP requires 21 Faith to memorize. However, the main challenge is acquiring the Spell, which involves a deadly platforming puzzle in Leyndell, Royal Capital.
Inescapable Frenzy Location In Elden Ring
To get the Inescapable Frenzy Incantation in Elden Ring, players must enter the sewers of Leyndell, the Subterranean Shunning-Grounds. From here, adventurers must find the Cathedral of the Forsaken and defeat Mohg the Omen. Afterward, they can strike the candle-lit altar in the back of the boss room to open a secret passageway that leads to the Spell.
One could consider the boss fight with Mohg as the easy part of obtaining Inescapable Frenzy. Once Tarnished make their way deeper into the hidden area, they will find themselves overlooking a spire of corpses. Unfortunately, there’s no special method of reaching the bottom other than a cautious descent. Players will need to carefully drop from beam to beam, after which they must make their way down multiple jutting sarcophagus covers. It is recommended that Elden Ring fans turn the online feature on during this time, as the written messages may help players know where to drop down next.
It may take several attempts, yet once Tarnished reach the bottom, they will be rewarded with the Inescapable Frenzy Incantation in Elden Ring. As mentioned above, this Spell is only effective again other humanoid characters, particularly Tarnished. Therefore, PvP players might find good use for Inescapable Frenzy. Remember that the cast time is quite long, so be sure to have an opening before attempting to latch onto another Tarnished.
Elden Ring is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.