The Winged Scythe is one of the most effective early-accessible weapons in Elden Ring. Scythes are large, wide-area cutting weapons that are excellent for crowd control, and this weapon in particular will likely be beneficial for early-game players, particularly those specialising on a Holy build. Check it out below!

The Tombsward Ruins on the Weeping Peninsula are home to the Winged Scythe. To reach there, start with the Fourth Church of Marika and travel northeast past the Weeping Evergaol. Continue a little further east till you reach the ruins. You should have little trouble identifying the descending staircase. Simply down the stairs, eliminate the two zombie adversaries, and open the door at the end of the hall. The Winged Scythe is housed within the chest.

It’s a very amazing weapon that, luckily, doesn’t need outstanding numbers. It just need a 16 in Strength and Dexterity, as well as a 24 in Faith, to wield. Even with minimal reinforcement, it provides a strong 104 in Holy injury to counter the modest 87 in Physical.

In addition to the extra Holy damage, it produces Blood Loss accumulation. Then there’s Angel’s Wings, a huge, double-swing aerial assault that may inflict significant damage on small groups of opponents. This attack makes advantage of FP to lengthen the harm, however it may still be carried out while not in FP. Just keep in mind that doing so will only deliver around half the normal amount of damage for this attack.

Because the Winged Scythe is a premium weapon, it cannot be used with multiple Ashes of War, nor can it be enhanced with other Magic or Consumable items. However, it, like any other magical weapon, may be enhanced with Somber Smithing Stones.