It can be used for exploring areas and switched out for another Charm when fighting bosses. However, during the fight with the Radiance, the beams of Grubberfly's Elegy can deal damage to the boss without the need to jump, which can be a viable source of damage when combined with the Quick Slash Charm. This also applies to the Flukemarm fight as the combo makes quick work of her without needing to jump to reach her.
Grubberfly's Elegy can be useful for defeating Radiant difficulty bosses since the Charm's effect is never lost, as being hit results in instant death anyway.
How to Acquire
When used in combination with Grubsong, the amount of SOUL received from taking damage is increased by 10 (to 25 SOUL).
|Fury of the Fallen|
Fires red projectiles at one Mask, producing 75% Nail damage (rounded to the nearest whole number, or nearest even number when .5) per projectile. Note that this works only when the Knight has only 1 Mask left (No projectiles are sent at 1 Mask if Fury of the Fallen is not equipped). While at one Mask, gaining any Lifeblood Masks negates the effect of Grubberfly's Elegy but not the effect of Fury of the Fallen. 3/6/9/12/15 damage per Nail upgrade 0/1/2/3/4.
|Mark of Pride|
Increases the size of the projectiles from Grubberfly's Elegy.
Charm Combo Tips
Stacks multiplicatively with Fragile Strength, producing 75% Nail damage (rounded to the nearest whole number, or nearest even number when .5) per projectile. 4/7/10/13/16 damage per Nail upgrade 0/1/2/3/4.
Grubberfly's Elegy only counts Mask health as full health, so by using Lifeblood Masks (except those gained from Joni's Blessing), taking damage no longer removes Grubberfly's Elegy's effect.
Can be used as an alternative to Lifeblood Heart with a higher Notch cost.
Taking damage and then regenerating it with Hiveblood restores Grubberfly's Elegy's effect. However, this does not work in combination with Joni's Blessing.
Allows the Knight to launch projectiles at a faster rate.
Allows projectiles to knock back enemies from greater distances.