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Milkweed


A Caryll rune envisioned by Adeline, patient of the Research Hall.

A translation of the inhuman, sticky whispers that reveal the nature of a celestial attendant.
Those who swear this oath become a Lumenwood that peers towards the sky, feeding phantasms
in its luscious bed. Phantasms guide us and lead us to further discoveries.

Milkweed is a Caryll Rune in Bloodborne. It was added with The Old Hunters DLC.

 

Milkweed Effects

  • Transforms the player into a celestial Kin form as part of an oath.
  • With the Kos Parasite and milkweed rune, the player has unique dodge animations and a slight increase in dodge distance.
  • Caryll Rune of the Covenant: Lumenwood Kin
  • Small increase in item discovery +10 (Only adds +9 if one has 50 arc and 3 eye runes equipped)

 

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Notes

  • To memorize this rune, you must have the Rune Workshop Tool.
  • Kos Parasite receives an enhanced moveset, but the rune is required to use it effectively.
  • Players receive reduced fall damage while rune is equipped.
  • The inscription of the rune resembles the letters H, P and L(in the middle of the H), which could possibly be a reference to H.P. Lovecraft.
  • Counterpart to the other transformation rune: Beast's Embrace.
  • If you go to the Madman NPC figure at the very start of the fishing hamlet with the milkweed rune equipped, he gives you Accursed Brew.

 

 

Improvements for Kos Parasite

  1. A special tongue / headbutt leap attack (Forward-R2)
  2. A special Arcane A.O.E. attack (L2) which consumes two Quicksilver Bullets. (Attack may be parried)
  3. A dashing heavy attack (R2) while transformed will make the character lunge forward with six long tentacles, whipping the target. (Each tentacle hits separately)
  4. Attacking an enemy from behind with a leap attack will trigger a backstab, allowing for a Visceral Attack.
  5. During combat, the character will writhe, behaving more as a kin while also using unique dodge animations. (Dodge distance increases slightly)

 

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Trivia

If you go to the Madman NPC figure at the very start of the fishing hamlet with the milkweed rune equipped, he recites a poem instead, (special dialogue) followed by him granting you the "accursed brew" hunter tool.




    • Anonymous

      16 Sep 2017 00:28  

      Basically it turns you into a coral bed habitat for phantasms, much like the Augur of Ebrietas and Call From Beyound. The phantasms are passive in this state but the parasite of kos seems to excite them and/or makes them aggressive, allowing you to call them to reach out and attack foes.

      Hmmm...wouldn't call it a step towards ascension so much as you become the pet sitter for the great ones pets. That being said however, you got to start somewhere! Lol!

      • Anonymous

        Trivia on the look09 Oct 2016 23:25  

        The look of the Milkweed form looks like its a reference to the 1963 Japanese horror movie Matango, in which the creatures depicted on the posters for the movie look virtually identical.

        • Anonymous

          Covenant hostilities29 Aug 2016 22:44  

          Whats the skinny on the new covenant hostilities? Like if I summon a HoH or Confed with this equipped will they be purple?

          • Anonymous

            Summoning flare05 Jul 2016 14:42  

            Anyone else notice that when you return to your world with the milkweed rune equipped you leave a slight burst aura as you disappear?

            • Anonymous

              Perhaps this rune is an attempt at communication?05 Jul 2016 14:42  

              Given what the Hunter's Nightmare is revealed to contain (or rather, be directly beneath), I suspect that this rune that turns its user into a creature described as "peering toward the sky" might just be the Old Ones' way of telling the listener "Look up, dammit!". The staff and patients at the ward are all taking great pains to obtain knowledge from the Great Ones, and yet the answers to many of their questions are almost literally right above their heads.

              • Anonymous

                Space Broccoli O.P.05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                The L2 skill is amazing for clearing mobs, the regular attacks have decent range. This is a great arcane weapon. The Milkweed itself is useful with all 3 eye runes for blood rocl farming, too.

                • Kin Damage05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                  Doesn't affect the player using this rune. Their Bolt resistance is unaffected. Please test things before you put them on the wiki.

                  • Anonymous

                    Salad cults now?05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                    Congratulations! <br/> <br/>You have ascended to a higher state of being...Broccoli! <br/> <br/>With just a few more insight you will eventually ascend to carrot, tomato, celery and eventually a divine potato! <br/> <br/>For nothing has more eyes then a potato! <br/> <br/>Sheesh...

                    • Anonymous

                      Rewards ?05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                      Is there any particular rewards for this covenant, in PvP ? Or is it just pure fashion with a nice add of gameplay ?

                      • Anonymous

                        Just met a hunter using this.05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                        One of the funniest fights of my life. It completely changes the way you dodge, making the guy look like he was flailing about the entire time. As he approached me he just sorta started spinning around in place. Kin Hunters are fabulous, yo.

                        • Anonymous

                          So disappointing05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                          You would think you would become some sort of kickass version of a brainsucker. <br/>But no. <br/>You get a cauliflower head.

                          • Anonymous

                            Does this do anything else?05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                            Besides the item discovery and using the kos parasite does this have any other practical effects? Like maybe a boost to arc?

                            • Anonymous

                              Damage Type05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                              Has anyone ever considered if this rune classifies the player as a Kin? As in, will they take additional damage from say Thrust or plain Kin Damage Up? And does the Beast's Embrace rune behave similarly? <br/> <br/>It's just a small detail I'd like to know.

                              • Anonymous

                                Trivia05 Jul 2016 14:42  

                                The current trivia is incorrect. You recieve the brew just from talking to the fisherman with the rune equipped. You needn't kill him to aquire it.

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