Elden Ring: How to Get Unlimited FP Tear (Cerulean Hidden Tear Location) – GameRant

Elden Ring’s Cerulean Hidden Tear grants infinite FP temporarily when mixed in the Flask of Wondrous Physick, and here is how to find it.
The Cerulean Hidden Tear is one of the most powerful Crystal Tears in Elden Ring, temporarily eliminating all FP consumption when ingested through the Flask of Wondrous Physick. Not only does this effect make it possible to endlessly cast spells and execute weapon skills for its duration, it also allows players to use abilities with FP requirements that are beyond their maximum Focus Power. For those fans that would like to experience this effect firsthand, this guide will detail exactly how to find Elden Ring's Cerulean Hidden Tear.
Players that are on the hunt for the Cerulean Hidden Tear should turn their attention to Mt. Gelmir, the region just west of the Altus Plateau. More specifically, fans must reach this region's Minor Erdtree, and the route to it can prove to be quite complex. Here is a step-by-step walkthrough of how to get to the Minor Erdtree in Mt. Gelmir starting from the Erdtree-Gazing Hill Site of Grace, which is at the Lux Ruins just north of Elden Ring's Grand Lift of Dectus:
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Upon arriving at the Mt. Gelmir Minor Erdtree, fans must defeat the Ulcerated Tree Spirit. This battle can be slightly tricky, depending on the player's level, and fans may want to consider summoning Spirit Ashes in Elden Ring and fighting from Torrent's back. Regardless of how a player ultimately chooses to approach the Ulcerated Tree Spirit, they will receive the Cerulean Hidden Tear when the foe is slain.
Elden Ring is available now for PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, and Xbox One and Series X|S.
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