Elden Ring’s weapon choice is definitely vast and makes it difficult for users to determine what weapons are worth using. One weapon that’s equally terrifying as it is beautiful is called the Winged Scythe, which Faith-focused players can turn into a relentless source of Death.
It’s available early in your journey throughout The Lands Between, and if you’re hoping to slay some enemies using this awesome weapon, then we’ve given you the details on where you can find it.
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How To Get The Winged Scythe Elden Ring
Winged Scythe explained
It is the Winged Scythe is a reaper weapon that requires 16 Strength, 16 Dexterity and 24 faith to use. It’s a great option in any Faith build because of its damage and long reach.
The Winged Scythe’s weapon skill, Angel’s Wings, causes you to fly into the air to perform the most impressive and deadly attacking slash. Although it’s not the most powerful weapon skill available in this game, the stunning visuals that the action creates are extremely appealing.
The description of the item is:
A sacred scythe that resembles white wings. It inflicts holy harm. According to pagan beliefs, the white-winged maidens are believed to be the gentle envoys of Death.
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Where can you locate the Winged Scythe?
A Winged Scythe can be found in The Tombsward Ruins in Weeping Peninsula. The area is available quickly after leaving the tutorial. So, should you want to use the scythe through the whole game, you can grab it without much hassle. Because of its large stat requirements, it might take quite a while before you’re able to actually handle the scythe.
Begin by looking for a staircase that leads down into a dim room. The room contains an undiscovered treasure chest that contains one of the most sought-after weapons, the Winged Scythe. Now that the weapon is at your disposal, you’ll be the holy reaper you’ve imagined becoming.
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