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Elden Ring: These Weapons With Passive Effects Cannot Be Ignored

Today we will take a look at some Passive Effects of weapons in Elden Ring that deserve your attention! Passive Effects, though often underestimated, are buffs that players receive simply by wielding an item.

These effects can easily go unnoticed unless you equip the item or carefully read its description. So, we'll shine a spotlight on these hidden attributes, exploring how they can enhance your gameplay and strategy.

Highland Axe

Let's start with the Highland Axe, a weapon that many players may have acquired without realizing its unique effect. The Highland Axe can be found and obtained in the Stormveil Castle, fairly early in Elden ring. Simply pick it up from a corpse located in the same room as the Grafted Scion. The corpse rests in front of a majestic painting of the Godfrey, First Elden Lord.

The Passive Effect on Highland Axe grants a 10% damage increase to Roar attacks. This boost applies to Roar attacks like Godfrey's Regal Roar found on the Axe of Godfrey or the Ash of War: Beast's Roar, obtained from the Gurranq, Beast Clergyman.

While it does stack with the Roar Medallion talisman, it does not impact breath attacks like the talisman does. However, considering its weight of only 4 and 2, players planning to use Roar attacks in their build can easily equip it in their off-hand to enjoy the free 10% damage increase.


Let's discuss another weapon that you'll want to keep on your belt solely for its passive bonus - the Cinquedea. What's always struck me as odd is that it's essentially a straight sword, despite being the second-longest dagger and the heaviest of all daggers.

Given its association with Gurranq, it's no surprise that Cinquedea boosts Bestial Incantations. It provides a 10% damage buff to these incantations, and when combined with the Clawmark Seal, you get a total boost of 20% extra damage.

To obtain it, head to Gurranq's house. From there, you'll navigate to a specific location and throw yourself off a cliff until you reach the bottom, where you'll find the Cinquedea waiting for you. If you're planning to use bestial incantations, then having this weapon in your off-hand is a no-brainer.

Pest's Glaive

Next, let's talk about the Pest's Glaive, which might just have the most underwhelming weapon with Passive Effect on the list today. This weapon is dropped by the Pests who emerged from the Swamp of Aeonia. But that is not a good way to get this weapon. You can obtain the Pest's Glaive from Margit, the Fell Omen. If you're looking to farm for it, head to the Caelid Waypoint Ruins, where you'll find the highest concentrations of these Pests.

Celebrant Weapons

Now, let's discuss what might be the most peculiar weapon passive in Elden Ring, and it's particularly appealing to those of us who like to hoard our resources. This Passive Effect is found on each of the Celebrant weapons, of which there are 4 variants. One of them is readily available for you to grab, but the others require some farming.

The Passive Effects on these weapons can grant you 10 or 20 runes for every hit you land, which sounds cool until you realize that by the time you reach the Windmill Village on the Altus Plateau, where you typically obtain these weapons, the number of runes you gain from each hit is negligible.

It's just not enough to make a significant impact at that stage of the game. While the concept is intriguing, and there are strategies you could experiment with to rapidly accumulate a sufficient number of Elden Ring Runes, it's ultimately not a practical solution at that point in the game.

Lion Greatbow

The Lion Greatbow may not boast the highest damage output among Greatbows in standard scenarios, but its passive ability elevates its significance. It amplifies the damage inflicted by Radahn’s Spears Great Arrows by an impressive twenty percent.

You can wield it alongside a different Greatbow in your primary hand, either for an alternative weapon skill to Radahn's Rain or simply for greater damage potential. However, the true potency emerges when you progress to New Game Plus and acquire a second Lion's Greatbow.

By stacking their effects, you transform into a veritable walking artillery cannon. Acquiring one is as simple as defeating Starscourge Radahn and exchanging his Remembrance with Enia at the Roundtable Hold.

Twinbird Kite Shield

Lastly, for all the fellow gamers out there who revel in big numbers and massive damage, I've got something special - the Twinbird Kite Shield. This coveted item is dropped by the Deathbird, a formidable foe lurking near the Hermit Merchant's Shack in Leyndell Royal Capital.

As you face off against the avian adversary, be mindful of the roly-poly in the vicinity. Once you prove that the bird is no match for you, you'll be rewarded with the Twinbird Kite Shield. You can also employ a simple setup and unleash devastating blows on bosses before they even have a chance to react.

Functioning similarly to the Red-Feathered Branchsword, this shield provides a modest but notable buff of 5% to damage and 10% to damage negation when your health dips below 20%. While this bonus may seem insignificant at first glance, when you're on the hunt for those colossal damage numbers, every little boost matters. Besides, you can take advantage of the free off-hand slot.

Thus concludes my rundown of hidden weapon Passive Effects in Elden Ring. May your gaming adventures be truly epic!

Fallout 76: How To Place And Remove Camp Items Underwater? - 6 Tips

Welocme all gamers! Today, I'm here to delve into the topic specifically for those who enjoy building Camps near water and place items underwater in Fallout 76.

Whether you've encountered the frustration of Camp items becoming lodged in water, seek to float items above the water's surface, or unsure how to place items into water, this guide can meet your needs and provide solutions. Let's dive in!

Check The Water

The first thing you need to do is check your water. This should be a no-brainer, but there are 2 types of water: flowing water and still water. Flowing water tends to be water that is flowing, and it will allow you to remove it. As for the still water, which is usually the stagnant water, usually does not suitable for placing items.

Now, there are exceptions to both of these, so before you even start, you need to take a Fallout 76 Item like the pressure plate and test the water. So, if you place it in and then you can't grab it out, you know that it's the still water. So, you should just move the location of your Camp and start over again.

Move Items To Dry Land

You have the ability to move items from water to dry land, particularly those designated for water use only. To accomplish this, simply position your item, whether it's a pressure plate or a stump, and place a large water purifier on top of it. Once placed, pick up the water purifier. Then, the item is effortlessly lifted out from underwater.

Moreover, you can get creative with this technique, such as levitating your Camp device in the air or even burying it underground, providing you with newfound versatility in your placements.

Float Items Above The Water

You can also float items above the water. For instance, you can take a foundation, grab a corner, and move it up until it snaps back, which effectively elevates the item. This allows you to place it above the water, creating the illusion of it floating. This method works for both ground items and wall decoration.

To do this, grab the foundation corner, let it snap back, and repeat the process a few times to elevate it higher. Once you're satisfied with the height, you can place the item into the water, making it appear to float. It's a straightforward process that results in, for example, a picture seemingly suspended above the water.

Utilize The Nuka-Cola Sign

For smaller items, if you prefer not to use a foundation, you can utilize the Nuka-Cola Sign. This method allows you to place smaller items underwater or, more commonly, float them above the water. To do this, attach the Nuka-Cola Sign to your Camp device. Then, adjust its position to float it upward.

A useful tip is to place the sign in different areas on your Camp device to make it rise faster, avoiding the need for excessive clicking. Once elevated, you can attach a wall item to the sign, making it float above the water. This trick is perfect for those who want to create the illusion of wall items floating above the water.

Use A Pressure Plate

For the next trick in Fallout 76, we're going to merge an item down into the water with a pressure plate. One common issue is that you can't add underpinnings to foundations underwater using catwalks. To solve this, we merge a wall down into the submerged stump. Position the wall towards the edge, then use a foundation merge.

This results in a neatly added underpinning on the side of your foundation, effectively covering up the unattractive parts of foundations when building. This trick is a handy way to enhance the aesthetics of your underwater builds.

Place Items Into Still Water

Now onto the main challenge. Despite knowing that the stagnant water is problematic and we've even tested it by moving the Camp device, I'm determined to build. So, let me guide you through the process of placing and removing items from still water - it's going to require some effort, but the result will be worth it.

First things first, let's head underground. I've constructed a platform using roofs, descending as far down as possible beneath the water's surface. This particular body of water allows us to go beneath it. From this point, I recommend utilizing the ultracite shard.

By floating this device upwards, I can now position items inside the still water and subsequently remove them. While the ultrasite shard could protrude through the surface, allowing for easy removal, this method is particularly useful for other items that may need to be placed and retrieved from the water.

This method also proves beneficial in instances where you encounter placement restrictions because of perceived water presence, even when there's no visible water. By employing the same underground technique, you can overcome these obstacles. Simply select any 2 items, float them above or through the water table, and you've circumvented the placement issue.

Utilizing this technique, you can created a visually appealing bridge by floating multiple tables above the water table.

That wraps up this water tutorial for Fallout 76. I hope you found it helpful and informative.

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