Rotten Breath is a Dragon Incantation in Elden Ring. It’s a powerful spell, but it could be hard to find. Here’s the location of Rotten Breath.

You’ve probably already got some great spells, or maybe some amazing Spirit Ash Summons in Elden Ring.

But learning how to use Dragon-related Incantations should be next on your list! And, it doesn’t take too much to earn these spells.

However, finding where to get Rotten Breath can be slightly confusing, so we have a guide to help you find your next best spell!

Elden Ring Rotten Breath Being Used

Where to Find Rotten Breath in Elden Ring

Rotten Breath can be found at the Cathedral of Dragon Communion. The Cathedral is located south of Caelid.

Before you visit the Cathedral though, you need a Dragon Heart. This is the currency used to purchase Dragon Incantations.

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For an easy-ish Dragon to kill, there’s one in Limgrave. Flying Dragon Agheel is a boss fight in the east of Limgrave. You can find him close to the Dragon-Burnt Ruins.

Elden Ring Dragon Agheel Location

Once you’ve got a Dragon Heart to use, it’s time to head over to Caelid and earn those Dragon Incantations!

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If you have yet to visit Caelid for the first time, it’s east of Limgrave. Or, there’s a shortcut if you follow our Elden Ring Meteorite Staff guide!

However, if you have already been to Caelid, the Cathedral of Dragon Communion is close to the Caelid Highway South Site of Grace. Head southeast from the Highway Site of Grace and you should arrive there in no time!

Elden Ring Cathedral of Dragon Communion Location

The Rotten Breath Incantation costs one Dragon Heart. Once purchased, you need 15 Faith and 12 Arcane to use it. It also takes up one of your memory slots.

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Rotten Breath costs 36 FP to use, but it’s a really fun spell to use! Your player turns into a dragon and spews a Scarlet Rot breath over your enemies. Even if it isn’t the greatest spell, it’s certainly a cool-looking one!

You also need a Sacred Seal to use Incantations. You can find one that’s inexpensive at the Twin Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold.

Now you can channel your inner Dragon! Go ahead and spew that rot breath over your enemies! While you’re here, check out the Best Talismans and their locations in Elden Ring!

Also, check out some of the best ARC weapons for an Arcane Build in Elden Ring!

If you’re playing a Faith build in Elden Ring, we have the perfect guide for you! Here are the best weapons in Elden Ring for Faith Builds!

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