Celebrant Weapons In Elden Ring: There are a lot of weapons in Elden Ring that gives you Runes if you hit them. Each one has a different name, but they can all be used to help you get Runes.
They’re called “Celebrant’s Cleaver, Celebrant’s Rib-Rake, Celebrant’s Sickle, and Celebrant’s Skull.” In this guide, you can find out more about the Celebrant weapons in Elden Ring, like where they come from and how they work.
Elden Ring: How to get Celebrant Weapons
Players looking for Celebrant weapons should head to the Windmill Village on the north side of Altus Plateau. The exact location of this site has been marked on the map below, and Elden Ring enthusiasts will encounter a variety of Celebrant opponents there. If you want to get the Celebrant’s Cleaver, Rib-Rake, and Sickle, you’ll need to have the Silver Scarab talisman and use Silver-Picked Fowl Feet to help you find them.
Players can also try to get their hands on the Celebrant’s Skull, which is found on a cliff near the Windmill Village Site of Grace in Elden Ring. You can find it by looting a corpse from the cliff.
Again, this location has been marked on the following map. The Skull is much easier to get than the other three weapons, and the map shows that.
However, its 18 strength and 12 dexterity requirements won’t work with every stat set. This means that it won’t work for everyone.
How to Use Celebrant Weapons by Elden Ring
The way Celebrant weapons work is very simple. When they contact an NPC, they give out a certain amount of Runes. Every time the Cleaver, Rib-Rake, or Sickle is used, you get 10 Runes.
Every time the Skull is used, you get 20 Runes. These aren’t massive amounts, but the extra Runes can add up if you don’t upgrade your weapons. This is true even if you don’t upgrade your weapons. On the map above, you can see an NPC named Primeval Sorcerer Azur just north of the Hermit Village in Mount Gelmir. You can see how to get there from there.
If you hit this person with a Celebrant weapon, you will get Runes every time you do. Those who play on a PC can use a jump attack macro to do this farming while they aren’t playing.