Elden Ring: 10 must-have items to obtain in Sepulcride

Elden Ring: 10 must-have items to obtain in Sepulcride

Elden Ring

The world of Elden Ring is vast and full of dangers, but also of treasures and tools that will prove useful on your journey through the Interregnum. In this guide we will explain where to find 10 essential Elden Ring items that you can easily obtain in the very first hours of the game, without having to face fearsome enemies, farm or overcome the borders of the "welcoming" Tomb, the initial region of the game.

As per tradition of FromSoftware's works, Elden Ring also sends players to the fray with just a handful of tips, leaving them the task of adapting, discovering the game mechanics and resources present in the Interregnum. However, the latest work by Miyazaki and associates is structured as a real open world, full of secondary locations, secrets and well-hidden loot to be recovered. In short, it is easy to lose something important on the road.

Already in the first region, Sepolcride, you will be able to obtain a series of objects and tools that we believe are indispensable and that will be useful throughout the course of the adventure. Where are? We will explain it to you below. If, on the other hand, you are looking for a valid tool of death for your Lightless, take a look at our guide to the best weapons obtainable in the initial stages of Elden Ring.

Elden Ring: Magic Swordsman PVE build guide

These are the core components you need for the end-game-ready Magic Swordsman build we’ve devised in Elden Ring. 

  • Right hand: Moonveil.
  • Left hand: Carian Regal Scepter, Silver Mirrorshield.
  • Head: Imp Head (Cat)/Twinsage Glintstone Crown.
  • Body: –
  • Hands: –
  • Feet: –
  • Talismans: Cerulean Amber Medallion, Arsenal Charm, Stargazer Heirloom, Carian Filigreed Crest.
  • Flask of Wondrous Physick: Intelligence-knot Crystal Tear. 
  • The only true essential piece to this build is the Moonveil katana. Other pieces can be swapped out if you don’t meet all of the necessary stat requirements. For example, the Carian Regal Scepter can be exchanged for the Meteorite Staff, and the Silver Mirrorshield has several decent replacements, such as the Carian Knight’s Shield. 

    But not meeting the 60 INT required of the Carian Regal Scepter – and the 70 INT required for spells like Rennala’s Full Moon – can be overcome with some gear. The Stargazer Heirloom effectively offers 5 extra INT for free, and it can stack with talismans such as Marika’s Soreseal. The Imp Head (Cat) also gives an extra 2 INT, though the Twinsage Glintstone Crown offers 6 extra INT, making it much more worthwhile. 

    Once you’ve hit around 70 INT, you can focus on leveling your DEX, which will make your sword attacks even more powerful than they already are. The other armor in this build doesn’t matter much, but you should give yourself as much defense and resistance as possible so you can survive those tough fights. The Arsenal Charm‘s equipment load buff will help you retain a medium roll even with weighty armor and magical attacks. 

    Finally, the Intelligence-knot Crystal Tear in the Flask of Wondrous Physick gives you a +10 to your INT, making it great for a big magic power buff in tough fights. 

    Below are the base stats require for this equipment. 

  • STR: 12.
  • DEX: 18.
  • INT: 60.
  • FAI: 0.
  • ARC: 0 
  • We’ve already outlined how you can overcome the high INT requirement for this build. STR really doesn’t impact your power here much at all. DEX is very valuable for your Moonveil though and should be given priority once you hit around 70 INT. Other points should be spent in Vigor, Mind, and Endurance. You should have enough HP to survive heavy hits, more FP than can be refilled with a single Cerulean Flask, and enough stamina to give you a bit more leeway with the armor you choose.

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