Elden Ring Strength Build

Elden Ring Strength Build is well-known for its unrivaled customizability. Today, we’ll share the best strength builds for Elden Ring.

One of the most useful stats in the game is the aforementioned Strength. Such selections can be difficult, from deciding which class to join to deciding how strong you want your character to be.

Strength works well with many armors and weapons, and players that use it correctly will become a genuine force to be reckoned with.

Although many players like creating a construct that is unique to them, Elden Ring is a large game. It often makes more sense to have some direction on what gear to equip or which weapons to use! This guide seeks to accomplish just that.

Elden Ring Strength Build – Best Classes

Prior delving into the best builds, it is critical to understand which starting classes will best help your quest for Strength. While several of the classes begin with a reasonable amount of Strength, the Hero is unsurpassed in terms of identifying the strongest character. The Vagabond, Samurai, and Confessor are all worthy of notice.

Elden Ring Strength Build – Dual Giant-Crushers

Elden Ring Dual Crushers

Weapons: Dual Giant-Crusher Hammers

Armor: Raptor’s Black Feathers Robe

Ashes of War: Royal Knight’s Resolve

Talismans: Claw Talisman, Green Turtle Talisman

Let’s be honest: you’re going to need an extraordinarily high strength (60) to run these. Not to mention a high Endurance is required in order to maneuver about with these massive weaponry. However, with these absolute units of a hammer, most foes, including some bosses, will be dispatched in a matter of seconds.

The Royal Knight’s Resolve Ash of War will be crucial, since it will provide a massive 160% damage boost (80% per hammer). Equip the Raptor’s Black Feathers armor to dramatically increase jump attack damage, which will be the primary attack for this build. The talismans are also vital, notably the Claw Talisman, which will boost those leap attacks even more. The Green Turtle Talisman will significantly speed up stamina recovery, allowing you more swings. This Talisman will be used in all of the strength builds outlined here.

Elden Ring Strength Build – The Star Caller

Elden Ring The Star Caller 2

Weapon: Starscourge Greatsword

Armor: Raptor’s Black Feathers

Ashes of War: Starcaller Cry

Talismans: Claw talisman, Rotten Winged Sword Insignia, Green Turtle Talisman

While this version deals slightly less damage per second than the Dual Giant-Crushers, it is just as effective. The Ash of War, Starcaller Cry, is one of the most powerful spells in the game, with a massive area of impact.

Try to chain leap attacks and subsequent attacks together to make the most of your Armor and Talismans. One thing to keep in mind for this build is that it will necessitate a rather high intellect level, so aim for about level 35 by the time your strength hits 70 or so. This is due to the fact that the Starscourge scales extremely well with Intelligence. Always use the weapon with two hands as this will divide the sword in two, making it much more viable.

Elden Ring Strength Build – Fire Greatsword

Elden Ring Greatsword

Weapons: Fire Greatsword, Any Sacred Seal (Left Hand)

Armor: Crucible Axe Armor

Ashes of War: Lion’s Claw

Talismans: Erdtree’s Favor, Warrior Jar Shard, Faligreed Crest

Spells: Golden Vow, Flame Grant Me Strength

A massive weapon, the Fire Greatsword, can be used to eliminate main bosses in less than 10 strikes if used correctly. The Lion’s Claw is critical to this construct. This ability launches the player into a flip attack that cannot be staggered once it has begun and deals significant damage when it lands. As an added bonus, the flip occupies a rather small hitbox, making it difficult to hit!

Each of the above Talismans will aid with equipment load, stamina, and HP. These are essential because this construct will be exceedingly heavy, making simple tasks like evading and swinging difficult. The Warrior Jar Shard, on the other hand, will provide a significant damage boost to the Lion’s Claw Ash of War. Also, keep in mind that you will need to have your Faith stat leveled up in order to run this build successfully!

What is your current build in Elden Ring? Let us know in the comments below!

Written by: verena smith

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