Elden Ring

Prophecy Painting

The 'Prophecy' painting is an info item in the game. It can be obtained and held by the player. The painting grants a reminiscence effect and rewards Warhawk Ashes. The description provides details about the painter and the landscapes captured in the painting. There is also a connection to another painting called 'Flightless Bird'.

What is the maximum number of 'Prophecy' paintings that can be held?

Only one 'Prophecy' painting can be held.

What is the effect of the 'Prophecy' painting?

The 'Prophecy' painting grants the player a reminiscence of the painting itself.

What rewards can be obtained by finding the location in the game that matches the scene depicted in the 'Prophecy' painting?

Finding the location in the game that matches the scene depicted in the 'Prophecy' painting rewards the player with Warhawk Ashes.

What does the description of the 'Prophecy' painting reveal?

The description of the 'Prophecy' painting reveals that it is a work of a wandering artist and a reminiscence of a painting titled 'Prophecy'. The artist is said to have captured the landscapes seen during the last moments of those welcomed into death's embrace. The painter's soul and vestiges of the dead's last moments can be discovered by visiting the location depicted in the painting.

Why is it possible that the name of the painting was supposed to be 'Flightless Bird'?

It is possible that the name of the painting was supposed to be 'Flightless Bird' because the reward for the painting is the spirit ashes of a bird that had its wings clipped. Additionally, the reward for another painting called 'Flightless Bird' includes an incantation that refers to a prophecy, which is more fitting for the 'Prophecy' moniker.