Tear Blood Gem is a Droplet Blood Gem in Bloodborne. Blood Gems require the Blood Gem Workshop Tool and can be slotted and unslotted at the Workshop.


"A blood gem that fortifies weapons and adds various properties.

Droplet blood gems are special gems that adapt to various weapons and shapes.

Created from a shining silver doll tear, this blood gem is a quiet but unfaltering friend that continually restores HP, the life essence of a hunter. Perhaps the doll's creator had wished for just such a friend, albeit in vain."


Tear Blood Gem Usage

  • Upgrades a Weapon with "HP continues to recover +2", which grants passive health regen
  • This Blood Gem can be slotted in any Blood Gem Imprint Slot


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Rating

 

rating.jpgRating HP Continues to Recover HP Continues to Recover Add Physical ATK Adds slow Poison Wpn Durability UP Phys. UP at full HP Charge ATKs UP Reduces stamina costs Phys. UP near death HP continues to recover
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9 2 HP per 3 seconds                  
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Notes

  • This Gem can be slotted to Firearms for continuous health regeneration. Useful if the firearm is primarily used for parries, since the regen rate is too low to be worth sacrificing a main weapon slot for, however, for people who relies on weapons which depletes health (such as Chikage), this can become handy.

 

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    • Anonymous

      08 Dec 2020 08:47  

      Yes, they stack, and work with a waning that gives regen. You can easily get up to 12hp per second regen, which completely nullifies the downsides to the Chikage and can even greatly offset the one-time HP loss from transforming Bloodletter, so long as you're willing to wait around 2min before getting into a fight. This makes it very very good for exploring areas which have enemies that have low odds on dropping blood vials (or never drop them), so you never have to waste any. I tend to use them in chalice dungeons due to occasionally getting lost in the darker ones and having to backtrack a lot in them from wherever the level that opens the door to the next floor down is, to getting back to said door.

      For actual fights, especially boss ones, then it's not exactly useful in the slightly due to you just gimped yourself of potentially a huge dmg boost from other gems. In this case though, it's as simple as switching your gear to your instant backup set and you're go to go. One easy method if you like using just one weapon set is to just buy a 2nd copy of it, and use the copy with the Blood Tears + Waning combo, while your original version you stack dmg buff gems on, and switch as needed.

      Expecting high regen speeds in Bloodborne, that isn't from Vicar Amelia's BS, is.....never going to happen.

      • Anonymous

        ?05 Jul 2016 14:35  

        I got like 3 of these from doll because of ng++ but they dont show up in my inventory I want to equip them to a weapon, two of these and one +5 regen waning

        • Anonymous

          Health Regen Effect05 Jul 2016 14:35  

          I just went and peaked at the stat screen with the gem slotted in my cane. It appears to regenerate 2 health per 3 seconds, and stacks with additional health regeneration from other gems.

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