Elden Ring Weapons
Your Weapon of Choice
About This Data
The Elden Ring Weapons dataset includes information about all of the available weapons in Elden Rings. The data includes the following breakdown for each weapon:
Name - name of weapon
Type - type of weapon
Phy - physical damage
Mag - magical damage
Fir - fire damage
Lit - light damage
Hol - holy damage
Cri - critical damage
Sta - stamina usage
Str - strength scaling
Dex - dexterity scaling
Int - intelligence scaling
Fai - faith scaling
Arc - arcane scaling
Any - special effect damage
Phy - physical blocking damage
Mag - magical blocking damage
Fir - fire blocking damage
Lit - light blocking damage
Hol - holy blocking damage
Bst - boost
Wgt - weight of weapon
Upgrade - which stone should be used to upgrade the weapon
This data was collected from Kaggle, an online community of data scientists and machine learning practitioners, and can be found here.
This data is extremely useful for players looking to maximize the quality of their builds. Having the ability to understand all aspects of a weapon, and more importantly to compare weapons to other weapons can really make the difference, especially in such a difficult game. Before going out to search for a new weapon, check this table to ensure the weapon fits your build perfectly.
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Weapons with the Most Magic
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The Royal Greatsword does 328 magic damage, making it the highest magic damage weapon in the game.
The heaviest weapon in the game is the Giant-Crusher (not surprisingly) which weighs a whopping 26.5 units.
The highest damage weapon in Elden Ring is the Jar Cannon, which does 672 physical damage.
“Elden Ring is a dark fantasy action role-playing game (RPG) by FromSoftware, creators of the wildly popular Dark Souls series. It quickly shot to the top of many “most anticipated” lists upon reveal at E3 2019, mainly due to Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin’s involvement. Yup, instead of finishing The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring, Martin went off to work on video games for a bit — much to the chagrin of book nerds everywhere”(source). The director of the Elden Ring said that one time his car was stuck in a snowstorm and out of the fog came two silent strangers, who pushed his car out of the rut, then disappeared back into the storm. That moment was the inspiration for how multiplayer works in the game.
Elden Ring, and the series it comes from (“Soulsborne” as it is lovingly named by the fans), is a single player game with semi-multiplayer aspects. The game is built to be an individual experience, peppered with remnants of the community around you. So people leave messages behind to help or trick other players. You can summon players to help or you can invade another player to kill them. When you die, a bloodstain is left behind where other players can view your final moments in hopes of learning something about what’s coming up.
Elden Ring came out Feb. 25th on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam, and has averaged 3 million monthly players since its release. Its popularity is due to its tremendously dedicated fanbase, and its marvelous quality and gameplay. Although the game came out several months ago, it is quite long. If you follow its simplest path, you can expect the campaign to take you around 60 hours. If you choose to complete all side quests and beat every boss, the game can take over 110 hours to complete, without distractions.