Elden Ring Best Staffs

Elden Ring has such a large variety of equipment that finding the best among them is always a hard task. This guide will help you select one of the best staffs in Elden Ring so that you can boost your sorceries to their maximum damage potential!

Elden Ring Best Staffs

Sorcery is no easy thing in Elden Ring; Sorceries also need to be cast fast so you don’t get caught in a hit and your spell is wasted. Plus, your sorceries need to hit hard when they do land on a foe.

A good staff allows you to cast stronger spells which make a lot of difference when you are fighting many of the late-game bosses. Some even improve your casting speeds.

This guide will help you find the best staff depending on your requirement by highlighting different staffs and their locations.

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Best Early Game Staff – Glintstone Staff

Requirements: The Glintstone Staff requires 6 Strength and 10 Intelligence.

Where to find: TheGlintstone Staff is found as the default staff on Prisoner Class. The staff can also be found as a confirmed drop off the sorcerer who is a part of the convoy following the first wagon you can find south of Limgrave. Kill him to get the staff.

TheGlintstone Staff is the best early game staff in the game. The staff has decent damage for the early game area and since it has B scaling in intelligence, the damage increase when you upgrade your intelligence is also high. Low Int requirements allow you to freely wield it as you are exploring the world of Elden Ring.

Azur’s Glintstone Staff

Requirements: The Azur’s Glintstone Staff requires 10 Strength and 52 Intelligence.

Where to Find: The Azur’s Glintstone Staff is found in Raya Lucaria’s Academy. Get to the location of the Second Glintstone Key and then jump down to the platform. Here, kill the enemies and look around for a bridge leading to a room and is guarded by a single enemy. Inside this crystal-filled room is the Azur’s Glintstone Staff and is the perfect choice for Dex/Int builds.

If you find casting speeds to be a bit slow in Elden Ring, you can check out the Azur’s Glintstone staff. The casting of Azur’s Glintstone staff increases much more with Dexterity as compared to other staffs.

Using Azur’s Glintstone staff makes it viable to use slow sorceries such as the Glintstone Comet in fast encounters as well. Keep in mind that this staff does have a downside in that it increases the FP cost of all spells cast with it.

Prince of Death Staff

Requirements: Prince of Death Staff requires 6 Strength, 18 Intelligence and 18 Faith.

Where to find: To find the Prince of Death Staff, head northeast beneath the huge tree and through the water from the Deeproot Depths site of grace.

As you approach the ruins from the northwest, you’ll notice a root ramp and several rooftops making a ramp. Go up either one, and then turn left at the first junction to continue climbing. The staff is in that tower, and you’ll notice a branch extending backwards soon.

The Prince of Death’s Staff is a Glintstone Staff that can be infused with Ashes of War in Elden Ring. The Prince of Death’s Staff is a strong weapon for death sorceries like Ancient Death Rancor, Explosive Ghostflame, Fia’s Mist, Rancorcall, and Tibia’s Summons since it scales largely with Intelligence and Faith

Carian Regal Staff

Requirements: Carian Regal Staff requires 6 Strength, 24 Intelligence and 8 Dexterity.

Where to Find: The Carian Regal Staff is found after you defeat Rennala in Raya Lucaria’s Academy. You can get the staff by using her remembrance at the witch in the room of the Two Fingers.

For the best staff that is adequate in every essence, we recommend the Carian Regal Staff. This staff has a requirement of 60 Intelligence, making it a proper end game weapon. Although the staff has no special features that make it unique, it is worthwhile due to its weapon art, Spinning Weapon.

You spin the staff in front of you, and although a singular hit doesn’t deal high poise damage, the rapid hits in successions do deal massive poise damage. This can be used to easily stagger common enemies in the game, and sometimes even larger enemies such as trolls.

Best Late Game Staff – Lusat’s Glintstone Staff

Requirements: Lusat’s Glintstone Staff requires 10 Strength and 52 Intelligence.

Where to find: Lusat’s Glintstone Staff is found in Ruins of Sellia, Town of Sorcery in Caelid. After you break all the three seals in the town, a boss will appear in the northeastern side of the area. Defeat the boss and you will find Lusat’s Glintstone Staff at the back of the boss room.

Lusat’s Glintstone Staff is by far the strongest of all staffs. It has the highest scaling power, of 300, and spells cast from this staff deal the most damage of all. Sorceries that are already strong, such as Comet Azur, before overpowered at destroying any enemy, even the bosses in the game.

Best Staff to Upgrade in Elden Ring

The best Staffs that you can upgrade in Elden Ring are the following:

Lusat’s Glintstone Staff (+10)

Lusat’s Staff is the by far the strongest of all staffs as mentioned before. It’s Int scaling is S and has 430 Sorcery Scaling. The spells cast from this staff deal the most damage of all.

Carian Regal Scepter (+10)

Carian Regal Scepter is the second best Staff in Elden Ring as far as the damage is concerned. Int scaling is S for Carian Regal Scepter and has Sorcery Scaling of 388.

Crystal Staff (+10)

Crystal Staff is the third best staff in Elden Ring as far as doing max damage to your enemies is concerned. Int scaling is S for Crystal Staff and has a Sorcery Scaling of 382.

Rotten Crystal Staff (+10)

The Rotten Crystal Staff is the fourth best staff in Elden Ring as far as doing max damage to your enemies is concerned. Int Scaling is S for Rotten Crystal Staff and has a Sorcery Scaling of 379.

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