Elden Ring Blasphemous Blade Builds

Our Elden Ring Blasphemous Blade builds are sure to help you bring out the true potential of the weapon.

If the Blasphemous Blade is your weapon of choice in Elden Ring and you want to make the best build possible revolving around this Greatsword, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together two really strong Blasphemous Blade Builds for you in this guide.

Elden Ring Blasphemous Blade Builds

The Blasphemous Blade is obtained from the Remembrance of the Blasphemous, which you obtain after defeating Rykard, Lord of Blasphemy. To unlock this weapon, take the Remembrance to Finger Reader Enia at the Roundtable Hold.

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Blasphemous Blade PvP Build

Class: Prophet

Flask Spread: High HP

Shield: Any Light Weight shield

Armor: Ruler’s mask, Mausoleum Knight Set

Stats: Strength and Faith(Primary), Vigor and Endurance/Mind(Secondary)

Talismans: Shard of Alexander, Fire Scorpion Charm, and Carian Filigreed Crest

Skills: Ash of War: Taker’s Flame

Blasphemous Blade Dualwield Build

Class: Confessor

Flask Spread: High HP

Shield: Any Lightweight shield

Armor: Bloodhound knight armor along with Omensmirk mask

Stats: Intelligence and Mind(Primary), Vigor, Endurance(Secondary)

Spells: Flame Grant Me Strength(Incantation) and Taker’s Flame(Ash of War)

Best Stats for Blasphemous Blade Builds in Elden Ring

For the Blasphemous Blade, PvP Build, Faith has the best scaling of the three stats, therefore, a build heavy on incantations may make excellent use of Rykard’s boss weapon. Even at +10, the scaling for Strength and Dexterity only gets higher to C, whereas Faith gets to B, increasing the potential for the weapon.

For the Blasphemous Blade, Dualwield Build, you will mainly keep your flasks on HP and a few on FP for the Special attack. Whenever you defeat an enemy, it will restore your HP, and if your special attack manages to hit an enemy, that too will restore your HP.

This Blasphemous Blade Dualwield Build is a build for Confessor Class. Following is the stat distribution you should be following.

  • Vigor: 35
  • Mind: 30
  • Endurance: 21
  • Faith: 40
  • Strength: 40
  • Dexterity: 17

Your main focus will be on Faith and Strength due to the scaling damage. The Secondary stats will be Vigor Mind and bit of endurance for equipping the Armor.

Best Armor For Blasphemous Blade Builds

For the Blasphemous Blade, PvP Build, it is based on Faith; that’s why we will be using Ruler’s Mask as it increases Faith. It’s also light and provides decent resistance. As for the rest of the Armor. This set boats great immunities and resistances.

For the Blasphemous Blade, Dualwield Build, the Armor that we will use for this build is Bloodhound Knight Set for damage negation. But we’ll be using the Omensmirk Mask as the helmet because it’s stronger and lighter. Omensmirk Mask shields the player’s head with a variety of protective qualities.

Best Skills for Blasphemous Blade Builds

For the Blasphemous Blade, PvP Build, and the Dualwield Build, Flame Grant Me Strength incantation will be the only suitable skill for our builds. With our Flame Grant Me Strength incantation, we will be able to buff up the strikes from Taker’s Flame to a great degree.

Before getting into any battle, simply swap to your Seal of choice and cast Flame Grant Me Strength and then Taker’s Flame to really buff the damage output of the Blasphemous Blade.

Best Talisman for Blasphemous Blade Builds

For the Blasphemous Blade PvP Build, the 1st Talisman that we will be using for this build is Shard of Alexander, as It significantly increases the attack power of skills, 15% to be exact.

The 2nd Talisman that we will be using is Fire Scorpion Charm, as It boosts the strength of your fire attacks, making Taker’s Flame even more powerful.

The third Talisman for this build is Carian Filigreed Crest, as it decreases the FP cost of your weapon skill. Carian Filigreed Crest allows you to cast Taker’s Flame more often before needing to use an FP flask, which is useful when dealing with large groups of opponents.

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