Elden Ring transports players to the unforgiving world of the Lands Between, where they face relentless attacks by bosses and invaders. Like most Souls games, there is no shortage of deadly bosses in Elden Ring, and to eliminate them, players will need heavy weapons.
Weapons are quite complicated in Elden Ring. They not only vary in the types of damage dealt and the attributes they scale with but also differ in terms of attack type and speed, range, skills, and several other factors. Morning Star is one of the weapons that gamers can find in Elden Ring. This guide will cover everything that players need to know about acquiring the Morning Star in Elden Ring.
Morning Star Location in Elden Ring
In the early stages of Elden Ring, the Morning Star hammer stands out among early-game weapons for its excellent damage and the ability to cause blood loss, also known as Hemorrhage. Attacking opponents with the Morning Star hammer gradually fills a bleed bar with each hit, which makes intense boss fights more manageable for players. Therefore, players who want to make their early journey in the Lands Between easier should know where to find it.
Luckily, players won’t have to beat any challenging bosses or invaders to get their hands on Morning Star. This hammer can be found in a chest inside an abandoned, broken carriage in the Weeping Peninsula region. This region is located in the southernmost part of the world, and players can cross the Bridge of Sacrifice to access it.
After leaving the tutorial area, players can simply go south from Limgrave to find this carriage. The carriage can be found on the road that leads to Castle Morne. This places it roughly between the first Site of Grace and Castle Morne. Once found, open the chest to collect Morning Star. After picking it up, players will see it in their inventory.
Morning Star scales well with both Dexterity and Strength. It’s a great option for inflicting high damage on enemies, and as mentioned earlier, it can cause Hemorrhage. It can be infused with Ashes of War, such as Storm Stomp, and players can further improve its attacks using Smithing Stones. Its weapon skill is Kick, which doesn’t require any FP. It requires eight Dexterity and 12 Strength to wield, so most players will be able to use it right after acquiring it, making it a great weapon for beginners.
- PS5, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC
- February 25, 2022
- From Software
- Bandai Namco Entertainment, From Software
- RPG, Action