Monastery Charm

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A blessed charm.
Cures poison and restores HP.
Many such charms were blessed in reconstructed ancient ceremonies, carried out in the monastery of Lindelt, now know as
the new home of miracles.
Though it may lack the power of an original, in the circumstances dire enough, an imitation can be quite enough.

Monastery Charm is a type of healing consumable in Dark Souls 2.

 

Usage

  • Cures poison and restores 850 HP
  • Note: Can be used as a Poison Moss alternative.

 

Location

 

Notes

  • Using this charm takes considerably more time than using an Estus Flask or Lifegem, so make sure you are safe from attacks.

 

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    • Anonymous

      10 Feb 2019 22:57  

      "Note: Can be used as a Poison Moss alternative." Not really. Poison moss is quick to use, this item is extremely slow. I would only recommend using this either AFTER poison has ticked for a while, negating the poison buildup which is not ideal or as an Estus Flask alternative

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