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How to get the Elden Ring Mimic Tear ashes for summoning

Elden Ring Emulate Tear ash is still one of the best summons in the game, even after being nerfed in a recent patch. These ashes, which transform into a perfect replica of the player the moment they summon Mimic Tear, are meant to replicate the Mimic Tear boss fight that players encounter at the entrance of Nokron in the Elden Ring. This boss fight can be tough, but it’s an easy exploration and worth moving on because everyone will want to take the ashes of the Elden Ring Mimic Tear and enter with an identical twin. In the guide below, we’ll show you how to surpass yourself in every way.

How to get Mimic Tear ashes in Elden Ring

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The description of Imitation Tear Ashes and Summon

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Mimic Tear’s Ashes is a unique and legendary summon that works a little differently than all the other Ashes in the game. When activated, they effectively create a perfect replica of the current player, copying their stats, weapons, and armor to a spectral NPC fighting you. There are some distinctions, limitations, and caveats with this.

  • Mimic Tear requires a rebirth memorial icon like any other ashes.
  • Summon Mimic Tear uses the player’s health instead of FP and deals effective damage to activate it. It costs exactly 660 HP at the time of writing, which usually means it’s good to improve right after you bring it in.
  • Mimic Tear’s health is different from yours and may be higher or lower than the player’s depending on how much it is upgraded with Roderika.
  • Mimic Tear reflects your character while summoning. Changing your weapons and armor afterwards will not change your Mimics.
  • Mimic Tear can use consumables you equip, but fortunately they do not consume their own resources.
  • The exception is the Crimson Flask – although it only uses it once, it will always be available.
  • Mimic prioritizes his right weapon and doesn’t seem to switch weapons since the update. He will use whatever he has at hand when summoning him.
  • Mimic has limited FP, but unlimited bolts and arrows.

Mimic Tear is clearly a powerful ally and by duplicating certain builds it becomes stronger. For example, if they both have bleed weapons, they both apply this state to enemies much faster, or it means that Mimic can restore health by giving healing spells and seals!

How to win a Mimic Tear boss fight in Elden Ring

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As mentioned, you must fight a Mimic Tear boss on your way to Nokron. This is usually one of the easiest boss fights in Elden Ring because you are literally facing an enemy. I can’t be be better than you, which makes a nice change from all the elite demigods and ancient fears you normally fight.

It can still be a bit of a challenge, but luckily there is a fun trick – just before you enter the boss arena, remove all your weapons and maybe even armor, then go inside. So get dressed quickly after entering (this will undoubtedly require a quick menu navigation)!

Look, Mimic will copy you like when you go into battle, meaning it won’t have armor or weapons, it will give you a huge advantage when you pull a sword and shield from your backpack. You can then effectively fight an unarmed enemy to gain two Larvate Tears until victory (which we’ll explain on our Handheld Ring and Respect Larvate Tears page) and a Silver Teardrop Mask that increases your Arcane stat at the expense of some physical attack power. – a fair choice for certain spellcasters.

It’s also worth noting that this isn’t the only Mimic Tear boss fight in the game. If you reach the Hidden Path to Haligtree much later, there’s an optional boss fight with a Stray Mimic Tear along the way, but thankfully this one follows the same rules and exploits. Keep that in mind, and if you find a boss fight door in this area, don’t forget to disarm yourself before entering! Or you can do what we do, activate your own Mimic Tear as soon as you enter and see who will stand out in a fight between you. Talk about win-win.

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How to get the Elden Ring Mimic Tear ashes for summoning

The Elden Ring Mimic Tear ashes are one of the best summons in the game, even after being nerfed in a recent patch. Morphing into a perfect duplicate of the player at the moment they summon the Mimic Tear, these ashes are meant to replicate the Mimic Tear boss fight that players encounter at the entrance to Nokron in Elden Ring. This boss fight can be a challenge, but there’s an easy exploit and it’s worth pushing through, because everybody will want to get the Elden Ring Mimic Tear ashes and go in with their identical twin. We’ll show you how to overcome yourself in every sense in the guide below.
How to get the Mimic Tear ashes in Elden Ring

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Mimic Tear ashes and summons explained

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The Mimic Tear ashes are a unique, legendary summon that functions a little differently to all the other ashes in the game. When activated, they effectively make a perfect copy of the player in that moment, replicating your stats, weapons and armor into a spectral NPC who fights with you. There are a few distinctions, limitations and caveats on that though.
The Mimic Tear requires a rebirth monument icon to bring in, just like all other ashes.
Summoning the Mimic Tear uses up player health over FP, effectively damaging you to trigger it. It costs exactly 660 HP at time of writing, meaning that it’s usually good to heal immediately after bringing it in.
The Mimic Tear’s health is different to yours, and can be either more or less than the player depending on how much they’ve been upgraded with Roderika.
The Mimic Tear reflects your character at the moment of summoning. Swapping your weapons and armor around afterwards won’t alter the Mimic.
The Mimic Tear can use any consumables you had equipped, though they won’t drain your own supply, thankfully.
The exception to this is the Crimson Flask – it will always have this available, though only get one use of it.
The Mimic prioritises its right-hand weapon and, since the update, does not seem to swap weapons. It’ll use whatever you have in your hands while summoning it.
The Mimic appears to have limited FP, but unlimited bolts and arrows.
The Mimic Tear is clearly a powerful ally, and made more powerful by having it replicate certain builds. If you both have bleed weapons, for example, you’ll both inflict that status on enemies much faster, or giving the Mimic the Heal Incantation and a Seal means it can restore both your health!
How to beat the Mimic Tear boss fight in Elden Ring

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As mentioned, you have to fight a Mimic Tear boss fight on the way into Nokron. This is generally one of the easier boss fights in Elden Ring, as you’re literally going up against an enemy who can’t be better than you, which makes a nice change from all the elite demigods and ancient horrors you’re normally fighting.
Still, it can be a little tough, but thankfully there’s a fun exploit – just before you go into the boss arena, de-equip all your weapons and maybe even your armor, then walk in. Then as you enter, quickly get dressed again (this’ll require some quick menu navigation, admittedly)! 
See, the Mimic will replicate you as you were when you entered the fight, which means it’ll have no armor or weapons, putting you at a huge advantage when you pull a sword and shield out of your backpack. Then you can effectively fight an unarmed foe to victory, gaining two Larval Tears (which we’ll explain in our Elden Ring respec and Larval Tears page), and a Silver Tear Mask, which boosts your Arcane stat at the cost of some physical attack power – a fair choice for certain spell casters.
It’s also worth mentioning that this isn’t the only Mimic Tear boss fight in the game. If you’ve made it to the Hidden Path to the Haligtree far later on, there’s an optional boss fight with a Stray Mimic Tear along the way, though fortunately this one follows the same rules and exploits. Keep this in mind and if you find a boss fight door in that area, remember to disarm yourself before going in! Or you can do what we did, activate your own Mimic Tear as you go in, and see who would come out top in a fight between you and you. Talk about win-win.
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