cleric's candlestick

Cleric's Candlestick

icon wp physicalAttack
70 physical defense shield icon 40.0
icon magicbonus
77
magic defense shield icon
30.0
icon firebonus
0
fire defense shield icon
25.0
icon lightningbonus
0 lightning defense shield icon 25.0
icon darkbonus
0
dark defense shield icon
30.0
icon wp critical
100 icon wp stability 30
icon weight 2.0
icon durabilitiy
65
     spell buff 120
Requirements & Bonus
icon strength 22
icon dexterity 22
icon intelligence 22
icon faith 22
D D C -
8 12 - 12
weapon type icon Straight Sword damage type icon Standard/Thrust
skill icon Guiding Light icon fp cost 5

Cleric's Candlestick is a Weapon in Dark Souls 3.



Candle stick used as both sword and catalyst. Used for worship by the Deacons of the Deep.

The deacons, under the guidance of Archdeacon McDonnell, became both Clergymen and sorcerers.

Skill: Guiding Light
A candle provides a temporary source of light which reveals additional guidance.

Notes and Tips:

  • Cannot be Infused or Buffed.
  • Reinforced with Titanite.
    • This is the only boss weapon that upgrades to +10 and is reinforced with regular Titanite.
  • All weapons have motion values assigned to each attack, which are modifiers to AR that are associated with the attack being used.
    • The Cleric's Candlestick has a motion value of 200 on backstab, 250 on riposte, and 60+225 on Hornet Ring riposte. The motion value of a backstab with a straight sword does not change with Hornet Ring.
  • The Weapon Skill Guiding Light will ignite the Cleric's Candlestick, similar to a Torch or Follower's Torch, providing light.
  • The Cleric's Candlestick has a range of 33.8792xl on the 1h R1 and 33.496xl on the 2h R1.
  • This weapon functions as both a staff and sword.
    • The heavy attack is used for casting sorceries.
  • At 60 INT it has a spellbuff of 200.
  • This weapon is reminiscent of the Blue Flame from Dark Souls II.
  • Though the weapon is generally weak, its left-handed moveset is identical to its right-handed moveset, making it a useful sidearm on an elemental build that uses a heavy weapon in the mainhand.

 

 

Location/Where to Find

 

 

Moveset and Videos:

(If your name is not on THIS list, please do not post videos here. If you wish to post videos, please click the link and apply in the thread)

  • ??
  • ??

Cleric's Candlestick Upgrade Table

  Attack ValuesBonus Parameter Bonus Auxiliary Effects Damage Reduction (%)
Name
icon wp physicalAttack
icon magicbonus
icon firebonus
icon lightningbonus
icon darkbonus
spell buff
STR
DEX
INT
FTH
icon wp poisonbld
icon wp frost
icon wp bleed
icon wp physicaldef
icon wp magicdef
icon wp firedef
icon wp lightningdef
icon wp darkdef
Regular 70 77 - - - 120 D D C - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +1 74 81 - - - 124 D D B - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +2 79 86 - - - 128 D D B - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +3 83 91 - - - 132 D D B - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +4 88 96 - - - 137 D D A - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +5 92 101 - - - ? D D A - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +6  97 106 - - - ? D D A - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +7 101 111 - - - ? D D A - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +8 106 116 - - - ? D D A - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +9 110 121 - - - ? D D A - - - - 40 30 25 25 30
Regular +10 115 126 - - - ? D D A - - - - 50 35 30 30 35

 

Table Key

 

Requirement Parameter Bonus Attack Values Damage Reduction % Auxiliary Effects Others
icon-strength_22.png Strength
icon-strength_22.png Strength
icon-wp_physicalAttack.png Physical  Physical icon-wp_bleed.png Bleeding  Durability
icon-dexterity_22.png Dexterity
icon-dexterity_22.png Dexterity
icon-magicbonus.png Magic  Magic icon-wp_poisonbld.png Poison

 Weight

icon-intelligence_22.png Intelligence
icon-intelligence_22.png Intelligence
icon-firebonus.png Fire  Fire Frost Frost  
icon-faith_22.png Faith
icon-faith_22.png Faith
icon-lightningbonus.png Lightning  Lightning  Curse  
    icon-darkbonus.png Dark  Dark    
    Critical Critical
 Stability
   
    Spell Buff Spell Buff
     
     Range      

Parameter Bonus: Strength, Dexterity,Magic, Fire, Lightning and Dark bonuses - The scaling multiplier applied to the [Attack: stat]. Scaling quality is from highest to lowest as follows: S/A/B/C/D/E.The higher the player's [Str, Dex, Mag, Fire, Light] stat, the higher the [Attack Bonus: Stat] is (found on the player status screen). The higher the scaling letter, the higher the percent multiplier applied to the [Attack: Stat].This resulting bonus damage is added to the base physical damage of the weapon and is shown in the equipment screen in blue numbers as a "+ X". 
Durability: The weapon's HP, when the durability hits 0, the effectiveness of its attacks become weakened to the point of almost uselessness. When an items durability is low, a message will come up saying "Weapon At Risk!" at this point the weapon does not perform at it's best.
Weight: How much the item weights when equipped. 
Stability: How well the player keeps stance after being hit
Attack Type: Defines what kind of swing set the weapon has: Regular(R), Thrust(T), Slash(Sl), Strike(St)



 

 

 




Tired of anon posting? Register!
    • Anonymous

      When you use faron flashsword and the staff itself hits your target, you get a little bonus damage ontop of the flashswords damage and this makes me wonder, if I was to use faron flashsword with this weapon, would I get the bonus damage of the weapon itself as if I was doing a light attack ontop of the flashsword damage, or would it just be a tiny amount of damage like with a normal staff?

      • Anonymous

        Part of me doesn't understand why it needs to be a soul transposed weapon if it can get upgraded normally. The Guiding Light skill should've been replaced by that fireball move those Deacons are always using. I also find it strange that it requires 12 Faith but has no scaling, but doesn't need Int requirements and has scaling? C'mon man

        This weapon would've been better off as a normal drop, missed opportunity for Simple infusions

        • Anonymous

          Currently running this as my primary melee weapon on a Pyromancer while off-handing my flame, and I love it dearly. Having a weapon that is also a sorcerer staff saves you equip load and lets you wear heavier armor, offsetting a caster's natural squishiness. I would easily rank it over Heysel's Pick due to the quick speed and greater reach.

          • Anonymous

            Hello DS3 player, I am come to you for a little favour, and I will carry this message to everywhere in DS3 community.
            There is a glitch that allows you to summon white sign mad phantom in Gael’s Arena (Credit to Dashingsaint), if you keep Shira alived while she invade you (you can escape her simply sprint out her aggro range), you won’t trigger gael boss cutscene, and then you could put down you purple summon white sign or summon other white purple.
            Thus, a new fight club is founded, an arena in a long lost dessert under the sunset sky which sprinkle with fainted galaxy.
            If you’re watching this, kindly please help me share this and invite any ds3 enthusiast you known to this new fight club, your little effort would be much appreciated.
            SL25+2, SL40+4, SL60+6, SL72+8, SL90+10, SL125 Meta, SL 351++, all SL range are acceptable.
            Welcome to the Gael’s Sunset Arena, the most beautiful map in the entire series, the last arena at the End of World.
            I will await you there, in the End of the World, and we shall fight eternal, shiny and incandescence.
            LONG MAY THE DARK SOULS COMMUNITY LIVE

            • Anonymous

              Bumped into a guy who was dominating a fight club with a crystal greataxe and an offhand candlestick. Dude singlehandedly stomped three anim-cancelling guys with black knight shields and ringed knight straight swords, and me and my lucerne didn't stand a chance.

              You don't need the meta to grab Ws- the game can still be fun!

              • Anonymous

                Sorcery catalyst, used by faithful clerics that throw fireballs at you. ****ing nonsense, imagine this but as miracle catalyst

                • Anonymous

                  I just checked in soulsplanner and this has the same spell buff as Heysel's Pick at +6 upgrade level. The weapon itself has much lower AR, but it has straight sword moveset and is super light! Why is everyone sleeping on this??

                  • Anonymous

                    Why do people not like this again? It's a fairly long straight sword that does decent (not a world beater but still usable) damage while also doubling as a catalyst, allowing it to combo into certain quick spells. Wouldn't say it's very usable at lower levels but that can be said about a lot of weapons. Considering nearly everyone invests into faith to get tears it's not an outlandish requirement at higher levels, you really don't need to min-max this game at that point. Pretty solid weapon overall, would still give Heysel's the edge for it's ability to trade against small weapons with no poise boosts. Becomes godly as a secondary weapon paired with Heysel's though for roll catching.

                    • Anonymous

                      Mediocre damage, annoying faith requirement, and useless skill. Straight sword moveset is great, but doesn't carry this weapon to greatness. Go with Heysel Pick instead

                      • Anonymous

                        How to make this PoS work:

                        1. Preperation: place the composite bow in your left hand, candle stick in the right. Have a quick low FP cost spell (like Farron Dart) in your first slot, and Crystal Magic Weapon in slot 2.

                        2. Tap roll to back step and and HOLD weapon art immediately. If you draw the bow you screwed up, try again. You should be holding the weapon art button and not be in the weapon art. You have to keep the weapon art button pressed through the remaining steps.

                        3. Continue holding weapon art, start moving forward: you must keep moving forward as you perform the last steps. How fast or slow you decide is irrelevant.

                        4. Cast your first slotted spell, during the animation switch to Crystal magic weapon.

                        5. With crystal magic weapon selected: roll forward and during the roll cast it.

                        6. You can stop holding the weapon art button. Enjoy Crystal Magic Weapon on this sword. At 60 intelligence it should add 190 magic damage for a total of 443 magic damage. Enjoy 45 seconds of reasonable damage.

                        • Anonymous

                          The straight sword moveset as we know is op, combined with sorceries you can have some real fun and even be dangerous. People need to get gud cause this sword does decent damage but the real damage comes from the sorceries you can mix in.

                          • Anonymous

                            It's important to note this allows you to cast Farron Dart with just 8 INT. The lowest staff requires 10 INT to use. Absolutely game-breaking.

                            • Anonymous

                              At +6, the spell buff scales EXACTLY THE SAME as Heysel's Pick (SL60 here). I guess this could be interesting by the higher attack speed? But Heysel already does a combo with R1s and Old Moonlight or Soul Greatsword. What is even the point of this?
                              To cast Great Magic Shield on Twin Dragon Greatshield (Stability 100) with Untrue Dark Ring so nobody knows how are u tanking so many hits? You've never pulled a staff or Heysel's so they would hardly suspect of that filthy straight sword; I bet most of the Havel daggers and PKGS don't even know this exists.

                              • The biggest drawback for this weapon is its lower Spell Buff when compared to other catalysts. It’s strength is in its ability to mix up attacks by functioning as a straight sword. Depending on your armor and build it’s also decent for keeping your weight under 30% for distance rolling, as it nullifies the need for a catalyst AND a weapon like a straight sword. That being said the weapon art is entirely useless in any situation, it’s ultimately weaker for casting or melee combat and it requires twelve faith and a point in strength. You’re much better off using the Heretic’s Staff if you want to do something out of meta or even the Witch Tree Branch. As for the straight sword spam well, Farron Flash Sword has Sorcerers covered. It’s hilarious to know most people die inside in Fight Clubs when you spank them with this thing though. Good times.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Cleric's Candlestick: 124/253
                                  Crystal Long Sword: 154/302
                                  If you want a catalyst-sword and something completely different without even swapping weapons, this is honestly a neat piece of versatility. Weaker R1s than the typical option, sure, but surprisingly similar. IMO versatility and mixups are more important than BIG FAT NUMBERS, but I'm just a random comment talking about a dead game, so whatever

                                  • As on 2021:
                                    Base spell buff is 100 (not 120) and it does not scale with an upgrading with minimal int&faith lvls. Spell buff column in the "Cleric's Candlestick Upgrade Table" in this article is not for small Int lvls. An actual scaling for Int <= 20 is worse that Sorcerer's Staff has. So you'll not be able to make powerfull staff for a Dex build with minimal Int&faith (12/12) investments. Trash.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      If there’s ever another souls-like game, I want this sword, but and Ultra Great Sword. Imagine casting Farron Flashsword with that weapon XD

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Made a character named Candulor that uses exclusively this and the scholar's Candlestick. Despite loving this playthrough and weapon, I have to give a disclaimer here. Other than getting a neat moveset variation by alternating 2H R1 and flashsword, this weapon is atrocious. For a meme build like mine it's actually really fitting, but you're not gonna get very far using this weapon seriously.

                                        6/10, still not completely horrible on account of being a straight sword

                                        • Does it boost sorcery o magic damage like the scholar candlestick? In a PvPskills video, he says it does but I haven't seen a difference. And this wiki also doesn't say that.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            People getting triggered by the fact that this doesn't cast miracles just don't get that this was used by guys who worshipped Aldrich. So it's actually more appropriate that it uses magic rather than faith.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              A rusty piece of junk that it's boss doesn't even use, not even worthy enough as a "boss weapon" to upgrade it with titanite scale like every other boss weapons, null scaling in faith despite coming from the aglomerated souls of DEACONS wich also used PYROMANCIES, the most useless weapon art in the game, outclassed by any other crystal-infused straight sword wich can be forged way sooner in the game...

                                              Do i need more proof to think there was some mentally disabled dudes in fromsoft when they designed this crap?

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Such courage to say it reminisces the Blue Flame from DS2.
                                                The Blue Flame is a cannon: it can be infused AND buffed providing notable results with low int (raw) and amazing results with high int (magic). Not to mention that is a reference to Gandalf's sword Glamdrig which is described "as bright as a blue flame" while vanquishing foes.
                                                ...While this is a crooked candlestick, which requires faith to cast sorceries, dropped by some guys who used it to cast fireballs.

                                                Things like these in a fantasy RPG give me conniptions.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  Few things about this weapon:

                                                  1. Should’ve just dropped from Deacons, not a boss weapon. The Archdeacon Staff should’ve been the boss weapon.

                                                  2. Requires faith investment when it doesn’t even scale with faith. Not even an E.

                                                  3. The most useless WA in the game. Provides light, which a torch can already do, and the “additional guidance” is just messages made by the devs for people who literally must be blind if they can’t figure out where to go.

                                                  4. States it’s a candlestick used by clerics, but can’t cast miracles.

                                                  5. Is so bad that it isn’t even upgraded with titanite scales, but rather regular titanite.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    The main thing that irks me isn't the weapon art, but the fact that it's the *Cleric's* Candlestick But it doesn't cast Miracles. You know, the CLERIC-like spells in the game?

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      "this is the only boss weapon that upgrades with regular titanite" OOF, Even they're Transposed Weapon got the Short End of the Stick

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Look at those hanging chained candleholders in the church imagine this as a candlestick whip, the whip made from the chain. Weapon art; whip of the gods, "Mete out the punishment of the Gods unto those fallen to dark, gives extra damage towards creatures of dark"

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          So it's the*****ty cousin of the Blue Flame that can't be infused or buff.. bloody hell, DS2 really did have more verity on what you could do with your gear lol.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            I would actually use this as a mainhand weapon if the blade wasnt bent. I dont like how its bent at the end of it

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              For a sorcerer who also levels some faith for that occasional heal sometimes, fashion souls with court sorcerer set is underrated.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Or if you want an actually good r1 and aesthetic? The pick is ugly... besides, i prefer a sword on a knight, a club is for barbarians. :^D In all seriousness, the pick might be better, but the sword is very viable too, you'll be fine either way.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  In comparison to Heysel Pick it has less AR, less spellbuff, worse weapon art and can be found a bit later in the game. I don't think there's any good reason to use this other than for the looks and using WA to fool around during duels.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    For those who somehow don't know by now, this thing got a boost to spellbuff, it now has 200 spellbuff at 60 int. It's now very viable as a hybrid catalyst. You wont hit as much as other straight sword r1s at that investment, but it does adequate damage and the spells are relatively hard hitting now with the proper gear.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      I found Something interesting about this weird weapon… You can use it efficiently with a sorcerer full intelligence but only for light magic spells! Not respect the faith requirement will severely impaired dark spells and you will not be able to use the weapon art (not very useful by the way). But magic spells and the physical and magic damage from the sword will be preserved! For a cleric character, this is the first and only staff available , with very few intelligence <9. He will have the possibility to use it to cast the very first sorcery farron dart, and to have a sword dealing magic damage, plus the weapon art corresponding to the miracle seek guidance. But because it scales with int, magic damage and farron dart will be very weak… Knowing that you have dark moon blade to deal magig damage with a cleric… but still fun to add to a build. So despite the name of the weapon, this is definitely more a sword catalyst for sorcerer.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        When using farren flash sword with this, both blade hit. Does anyone know if this is a great way to use FFS because you would get both magic from the spell as well as the candle sticks damage every time?

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          I've been using this thing from day 1 with a crossbow and have been seeing more success than any other mage build besides heysel pick. Straightswords true combo into crossbow fire, giving you better damage than two regular r1s with this weapon. With exploding bolts and homing soulmass, you can free-aim at the opponent's feet with the crossbow [stunning them with the explosion] and then let all the orbs hit them for max damage. TYou can also use spells like Affinity to bait rolls and rollcatch with exploding bolts AND in some situations, the affinity will come back to hit them after getting stunned. I swapped affinity for crystal hail later bc most pvpers use the same dodge pattern for crystal hail, making it easier to predict their rolls. It's no different than playing sword + c.bow, just with added pressure of homing soulmass and affinity to prevent passivity. You can even use regen with the saint-tree bellvine...

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            This thing doesn't even know what it wants to be. It's a straight sword that also functions as a sorcery catalyst that doesn't require Intelligence but requires 12 Faith that scales "meh" with Intelligence and its Weapon Art is slightly more useful than Neck Swipe. It's ugly as hell with a bent blade to boot.

                                                                            • By looking at the prerequisite I wonder... Since we have 12 faith anyway. Maybe using a talisman with force in the left hand to stun melee attackers before casting a sorcery is the way to use this weapon. Since Heysel's Pick got a true combo, it could be it's "kinda true" combo.
                                                                              I'll test that tomorrow.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                Most usless weapon in DS3, literally just use a sorcerer catylst. Save yourself the souls, just consume the Deacons Of The DEap boss soul, it's basically free souls.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  It would have made more sense if it was a miracle and sorcery catalyst, being the deacons are both clergy and sorcerers. But really, wouldn’t matter much for there’s not many hexer style miracles aside from the dark weapon and gnaw. It would have been nice if hexes crossed over, spells like Resonating Soul, Dark Storm, Scraps of Life, Dark Soul Patch and even Dark Fog. I loved Dark Fog, best Dark Souls 1-2 Spell but it had a better animation in Ds1. Anyway, I really didn’t like this weapon. I didn’t like the move sets and its damage output for both sorceries and attack isn’t very impressive. I get more damage with a magic infused Shield Breaker then this.

                                                                                  • Everyone here is freaking out about how the Cleric's Candlestick has a Faith requirement, but no Faith scaling, and that it casts sorceries.

                                                                                    ...Meanwhile, I'm wondering how the Deacons of the Deep use them to spam pyromancies.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Does anyone know if it combos R1-->Uncharged Old Moonlight? I hope it does because im not a fan of picks.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        I play as a mage but I also like to get close and personnel. this weapon is perfect for knight / mage hybrid . i have 60 int. it does 420 ar

                                                                                        • I think this could work as an off-hand weapon with Friede's great scythe. They both have faith requirement (11 friede's, 12 this) but don't really benefit from any higher faith than that. With this one could have the combo potential of off-hand straight sword and no need to switch to a catalyst to cast sorceries.

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            People complaining about it not having faith scaling and I'm like "Bruh we don't need another Izalith Staff do WE?!". Besides you have the crystal chime for both sorceries and miracles. Now that I think about it, it does and doesn't make sense.

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              I like this weapon, this is a very fun weapon.
                                                                                              But please Fromsoft, allow for this weapon to compete with Heysel Pick, or even the Demon Scar.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                Anyone know if the WA effect stays if I switch the weapon? THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT DON'T QUESTION ME! I mean, I'll probably end up transposing and testing myself anyway, BUT THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  I dont really like the fact that just because the Lore says that they were both sorcerers and clergymen means you cant cast miracles with it. It doesnt make sense from that very same standpoint, since well, they were BOTH sorcerers and clergymen.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    Once again, for anyone who doesn't know, the weapon is set up the way it is to match the lore behind it. The deacons of the deep were originally members of the way of white and were leaded by the 3 archdeacons, one of these deacons (Archdeacon Mcdonnell) was fascinated by sorcery and did experiments to try and channel faith into sorceries. This is why the clerics candlestick has a faith requirement, but scales with intelligence. They were clerics turned sorcerers as mentioned in the weapons item description. People are complaining about how its: -whiny voice- "not viable! D:", but as with any form of magic in Dark souls 3 your build has to be tailored to it for the magic to hit hard. Put on the 2 magic boosting rings, Lloyd's sword ring and put a scholar's candlestick in your left hand and you'll a decent amount of damage, obviously you'll need at least 30 int... There is nothing wrong with the amount of damage, i've used this weapon on my "deep knight" roleplay and it works very well, i had no issues with PvE OR PvP, i used GDS (great deep soul) and would rush in alongside my spell and attack when they went to dodge, i'd hit them with either the spell or my sword one way or the other... Affinity is just always great and it definitely helped on this roleplay as well. You can make a very viable hybrid build on this either way you go, sorceries OR dark sorceries. Don't compare this to using spells with an actual staff... You literally just can't compare the two, they're two different concepts. You saying "well i can hit 500+ with GDS on an izalith staff" is besides the damn point, with a staff you're going pure mage, with a sword catalyst you're going hybrid, two different concepts and OF COURSE A PURE CASTER WILL HIT HIGHER... No*****. The idea behind a hybrid is you sacrifice some damage for versatility, you can still hit just fine and can make up for the difference in damage with the additional options available to you and by Gitting Gud.

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      the WA should be unfaltering prayer, imagine the less damage this weapon has with low spell buff, but a hyper armor spell casting thumbs up if you think this needs to be changed

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        If it had a D scaling with faith and lighting the candels burned off maggots, I would be satisfied. Also it might just be me, but dark souls 3 doesn't seem as dark as the last games. I don't remember ever needing a source of light for my whole play through. Would give the candlesticks , cast light, and followers torch more utility .

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          i'm going to explain this now so that people stop complaining about how this is a sorcery catalyst instead of a chime/talisman. There is lore behind this weapon, it was archdeacon mcdonnell who introduced sorceries to the clerics of the way of white, since clerics have high faith they channeled their faith into sorceries, hence the faith requirement and faith scaling. Is this weapon optimal for casting sorceries? no. It is by NO means a bad choice, however. You're using a sword to cast sorceries, you can't really be surprised that it doesn't hit as hard... that said, it still hits really hard if set up the right way. Look at it this way, you're sacrificing some of your magic damage for versatility, you're becoming a hybrid build. Why should you be able to hit as hard as a magic casting dedicated build? balance is needed. Something good to note: since this weapon requires both int and fth to use effectively, you might consider trying out hexes. Hexes tend to hit better with both int AND fth scaling, so you won't hit as high as when using a catalyst that scales with both, but it's exactly what i said earlier about you being a hybrid and using hexes will make use of your seemingly useless faith stat if you go with just sorceries with this sword.

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            If you don't meet the faith requirement, the weapon will bounce off heavy-armored enemies and will have a lower spell buff.

                                                                                                          Load more
                                                                                                          ⇈ ⇈