Elden Ring necessitates the employment of a wide range of weapons and equipment. Jar Cannon is one of the Ballistae most suited to long-range warfare. You may utilise it to unleash Great bolts on your foes. It not only harms the targeted opponents but also weakens their defences. So, here’s our approach to obtaining the Jar Cannon in Elden Ring.
How to Get the Jar Cannon in Elden Ring
You can get the Jar Cannon by defeating Queen Margot at Volcano Cave. Follow these steps to get to it:
Mount Gelmir is located to the north of Liurnia of Lakes and to the west of the Altus Plateau. To get there, you can either take the Grand Lift of Dectus or travel via the Ruin-Strewn Prercpice. If you travel through the latter, you may meet an optional boss, Magma Wyrm. When you arrive at the Mount Gelmir campground, use the west path and climb the ladders.
Ladders leading higher may be found by turning left. Climb the ladders once again after reaching the topmost point. When you reach the top of the hill, take a northerly path. But make sure you don’t overlook the Cave on your left. The Volcano Cave is located to the left in a corner that is easy to overlook.
Relax and bookmark your location on the Volcano Cave, Site of Grace at the entryway. Along the way, you’ll confront a slew of Demi-human foes. Take a left when you enter the cave and continue on. A Demi-human chieftain will be guarding the Fog entrance. You can ignore it and go into the Boss chamber. When you enter the chamber, the Demi-human Queen Margot may be prepared to fight you. After you beat her, she will drop 11,000 Runes and the Jar Cannon Ballista.
How to Use the Jar Cannon?
This weapon may be equipped with any type of Greatbolt. It weighs more than 15.0 pounds and has 23 Strength and 12 Dexterity. Jar Cannon’s default ability is to kick targeted foes. When improved to +10, it can inflict up to 672 physical harm. It may be used against a large group of foes and is particularly effective in long-ranged warfare. However, because to its weight and reload velocity, it may be perilous to employ in close-range combat. It cannot be enchanted with magic or increased with consumables. While the Ashes of War cannot be used, the Somber Smithing Stones can be used to upgrade it.