The Elden Ring game presents a large list of Elden Ring weapons that players can get. There are various types of Elden Ring weapons tier list that you can get, ranging from swords, axes, spears, flails and many more. These weapons have lore or historical information about the weapons made in the Lands Between. There is even an Elden Ring weapon that has a strange design and even has an inconsequential lore.
On this occasion, we will provide information about the 10 strangest Elden Ring weapons you have ever seen. This Elden Ring wiki list is based on the author’s personal opinion after finding a lot of strange lists of weapons in the game, starting from how to use them, weapon skills and even the lore of how these weapons came from.
Here are 10 of the weirdest Elden Ring weapons locations and types you’ve ever seen!
1. Bastard’s Stars (one of the coolest Elden Ring weapons)
The first weirdest Elden Ring weapon on this list is Bastard’s Star. This weapon belongs to the category of flail weapon type that is mixed with magic attributes in the game.
To get Bastard’s Stars, you must defeat Astel, Naturalborn of the Void. After defeating the giant boss, you will get a special item called Remembrance of the Naturalborn. Give the item to an NPC named Enia in Roundtable Hold and exchange it for a Bastard’s Star weapon.
Bastard’s Stars has a design identical to that of the planets. Even his weapon skill called Nebula will issue a shard of stars and galaxies which is then accompanied by an explosion that deals damage to the enemy. This skill is similar to the attack belonging to Astel, Naturalborn of the Void that you are facing.
Then there was the strange sword weapon which had something on the blade wriggling like a living hand. The weapon is the Blasphemous Blade.
You must have asked, why does this weapon have a slightly disgusting blade? That’s because there’s an explanation of his lore related to the weapon. You can get Blasphemous Blade after defeating the boss named Rykard, Lord of Blasphemy. The boss also has the same weapon with a larger size adjusting his body complete with a wriggling “something”.
It turns out that the wriggling “thing” is the victim of the heroes who failed to defeat this boss. Rykard deliberately collects them to become a part of himself and also serve as a collection or his main weapon.
After defeating Rykard and getting a special item called Remembrance of the Blasphemous, you can exchange it for a Blasphemous Blade to Enia in Roundtable Hold.
3. Cranial Vessel Candlestand
Then there is another strange weapon in the Elden Ring which is actually a home prop for lighting candles. The weapon is the Cranial Vessel Candlestand. You can find the Cranial Vessel Candlestand at the Giant-Conquering Hero’s Grave location.
As the name implies, technically the weapon is a candle holder. However, because this is a Souls-like game made by FromSoftware, the tool has become a lethal weapon.
The Cranial Vessel Candlestand has a very strange design where there is a human head stuck in the weapon. According to the lore in the game, the head belongs to a monk named Birac who accidentally stuck his own head in the wax mold.
4. Envoy’s Horn, Envoy’s Long Horn and Envoy’s Greathorn
Another oddest Elden Ring weapon I’ll give you guys is the collection from the Envoy weapon category, starting with the Envoy’s Horn, Envoy’s Long Horn and Envoy’s Greathorn. This weapon is technically a type of musical instrument such as trumpet and tube.
These three Envoy weapons have skills where the character will issue a kind of magic projectile that will chase the enemy and deal damage with the Faith attribute. You can get the weapon collection from a monster item drop called the Giant Oracle Envoy which can be found in Miquella’s Haligtree area.
5. Family Heads (one of the weirdest Elden Ring weapons)
Talking about weapons that have a human head design, there is one more weapon that has such criteria. These weapons are called Family Heads.
Just from the name, you likely have a significant understanding of the weapon’s lore. This flail-type weapon features a design with three human skull heads at the tip, the authenticity of which remains uncertain—whether real human heads or mere imitations.
According to the game’s lore, Family Heads are weapons created by a mad wizard named Necromancer Garris, an optional boss within the game. The weapon was crafted in memory of his wife and two children.
You can get Family Heads weapons by defeating Necromancer Garris in Sage’s Cave.
6. Ghiza’s Wheel
One of FromSoftware’s Souls-like games includes the next weapon on this list, which can be considered an easter egg or reference. The weapon is the Ghiza’s Wheel which is a reference to the popular weapon in the Bloodborne game called Whirligig Saw.
In the Elden Ring lore, this weapon is used by executioners to torture lawbreakers in the Ghiza area. With a sharp weapon with a spinning wheel, the executioner would torture anyone to the point of bleeding profusely.
You can get Ghiza’s Wheel by defeating a phantom enemy invader named Inquisitor Ghiza at Volcano Manor (on the 2nd floor).
7. Grafted Dragon
When you face the main boss named Godrick the Grafted at Stormvell Castle at the beginning of the story, you must have difficulty facing him, right? That’s because Godrick has quite a clever attack pattern and also a lot of moves that can trick the Tarnished. In phase 2, he will amaze you by utilizing a strange weapon taken from the corpse of a dragon head that can shoot fire with significant damage.
Well, you can also get the dragon head weapon that Godrick uses in the game. Defeat Godrick to obtain a special item called Remembrance of The Grafted and acquire the weapon known as the Grafted Dragon. After getting the item, you can exchange it for Enia in the Roundtable Hold.
8. Magma Whip Candlestick
There is another weapon that has a strange design similar to a candle holder like the Cranial Vessel Candlestand. The weapon is the Magma Whip Candlestick.
This weapon is included in the whip type category in the game. Although at first it looks like a place to put a candle, it turns out that the weapon has a deadly attack thanks to its magma effect.
Complete the character NPC questline named Patches, where players are tasked with killing a character named Great Horned Tragoth, to obtain it.
9. Nox Flowing Hammer and Nox Flowing Sword
Then there are the Nox Flowing Hammer and Nox Flowing Sword weapons. At first the two weapons had an ordinary appearance. But it turns out that after reading the lore, you will feel something strange.
A kind of liquid metal made of Silver Tear forms the Nox Flowing Hammer and Nox Flowing Sword. User can change the density of the weapon to be “softened” or “hardened.” So that’s why I said before, this weapon is quite strange for those of you who have strange thoughts.
To get this weapon, you can get it in different ways. For Nox Flowing Sword, you can get the weapon after defeating the Nox Swordstress & Nox Priest boss duo. And for the Nox Flowing Hammer weapon, you can find it in the Nokron area.
10. Ringed Finger (probably the weirdest Elden Ring weapons ever)
And the last weirdest Elden Ring weapon on this list is the Ringed Finger. That’s because the Ringed Finger is a weapon with a very large finger shape.
The hammer type category includes this giant finger, enabling you to execute fairly large damage attacks. In addition, the skill of this weapon is very strange where the Ringed Finger will enlarge and perform attacks such as flicking. Even the name matches his attack, namely Claw Flick. You can get this big finger in the Gelmir Hero’s Grave dungeon.
Those are some unique but fascinating weapons in Elden Ring that can add excitement to your game. Of course, you can use these weapons to make your gaming experience even more enjoyable.
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