Torrent is one of the new additions that FromSoftware has introduced in Elden Ring. In their previous games, such as the Dark Souls series, players were left to fend for themselves on foot. While the worlds of the Dark Souls games were far less expansive than that of Elden Ring, having a horse is always a nice option to have.
Fortunately, fans have that option in Elden Ring with Torrent. He's given to you relatively early on and once you have him you can speed around the world at a blazing fast pace. However, Torrent will undoubtedly get injured throughout your travels. Whether it's from a fall or getting hit by an enemy, Torrent's health bar will decrease at some point.
To find out how to heal Torrent back to full HP, check out the guide below.
Healing Torrent in Elden Ring
The main way to heal Torrent is through Raisins. There are a few different varieties of Raisins in Elden Ring but the most common is Rowa Raisin, which has an in-game explanation of "Feed to Torrent to restore HP."
In order to make Rowa Raisin, you will need Rowa Fruit. This is among the most common materials you will find in Elden Ring, so it shouldn't be difficult to make. You can easily spot Rowa Fruit with its bright red berries on green bushes in every region of the Lands Between.
To make one Rowa Raisin, you just need one Rowa Fruit. However, you won't be able to make the Raisin right off the bat. You need to buy the Crafting Kit first, which allows you to craft items from the main menu.
With the kit, just press "Esc" on keyboard or "Options" on controller. Then, select the option that says "Item Crafting." Here, you will see all of the recipes you have unlocked. Just hover over Rowa Raisin, select how many you want to craft and then you're all set.
To heal Torrent, you need to be on horseback and have the Rowa Raisin bound to one of your item armament slots.
Have the Rowa Raisin as the selected armament and then press your "use" keybind to feed Torrent. This will heal him up slightly and allow you to keep riding him.
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