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The Wing of Astel is among the very best weapons for intelligence-based builds in Elden Ring, and it is one that every mage should consider trying out. Not only does this curved sword have a weapon skill, Nebula, that deals a tremendous amount of damage, its strong attack is also extremely powerful.
Elden Ring: Wing of Astel Build
For full clarity, the Wing of Astel is looted from a chest inside the Uhl Palace Ruins. To reach it, players should start at the Nokstella, Eternal City Site of Grace in Elden Ring and head southeast through the tunnel with ants. Eventually, players that follow this path will enter Uhl Palace Ruins, and the relevant chest is on top of an architectural element that is near the Malformed Star hanging from the ceiling.
Intelligence is the primary stat in this build, and players that will not stop leveling in Elden Ring should plan to take it all the way to 80. That said, fans that will stop at Level 125, in order to participate in the PvP meta, may need to forego maximizing their intelligence for the sake of survivability.
For spell-casting, the Carian Regal Scepter is the perfect staff to pair with the Wing of Astel, though players should feel free to use Lusat’s Glintstone Staff if they can manage its effect on FP consumption. Fans may also want to have a second curved sword on-hand for going full melee, as this weapon type’s power stance is extremely strong, and the Serpent-God’s Curved Sword is a great option. Finally, the Carian Knight’s Shield is a nice defensive tool to have access to when needed.
Carian Regal Scepter: Unlocked with Elden Ring’s Remembrance of the Full Moon Queen.
Lusat’s Glintstone Staff: Found in a chest beyond the bosses at Sellia, Town of Sorcery in Caelid.
Carian Knight’s Shield: Dropped by Moongrum at the Academy of Raya Lucaria in Liurnia.
Players have quite a bit of flexibility when it comes to selecting armor for sorcery builds in Elden Ring, though using a helmet that provides a stat boost, like the Queen’s Crescent Crown, is recommended. Fans may also want to consider equipping pieces from the Spellblade Set to get some additional damage out of the Wing of Astel’s weapon skill. Those pieces are not critical, though, and players should primarily focus on using armor that keeps their equip load below heavy.
Queen’s Crescent Crown: Purchased from Enia in Roundtable Hold after beating Rennala, Queen of the Moon.
Selecting talismans for this build is a bit of a balancing act, with talismans that increase the power of the Wing of Astel and spells on one side and those that assist with survivability on the other. In the first camp are talismans like Shard of Alexander, Graven-Mass Talisman, Magic Scorpion Charm, and Primal Glintstone Blade, and players may want to see if they can get away with having all four of them equipped. If that is not working well, fans should consider bringing in talismans like Erdtree’s Favor +2, which will help them stay alive.
Shard of Alexander: Earned through Iron Fist Alexander’s questline.
Graven-Mass Talisman: Looted from a chest in Elden Ring’s Albinauric Rise in the Consecrated Snowfields.
Magic Scorpion Charm: Earned through Preceptor Seluvis’s questline.
Primal Glintstone Blade: Looted from a chest in Elden Ring’s Stargazers’ Ruins.
Erdtree’s Favor +2: At the ground level of Leyndell after the city undergoes a significant change.
Ranni’s Dark Moon, Adula’s Moonblade, Meteorite of Astel, and Glintstone Icecrag are spells that players should make sure to try in their Wing of Astel builds. Indeed, all of these sorceries are extremely powerful and fulfill unique roles. If a fan still has some slots to fill after equipping these spells, Comet Azur, Loretta’s Greatbow, and Stars of Ruin are all perfectly reasonable options.
Ranni’s Dark Moon: Looted from a chest in Elden Ring’s Chelona’s Rise in Liurnia.
Adula’s Moonblade: Dropped by Glintstone Dragon Adula, an enemy that is encountered during Ranni’s questline in Elden Ring.
Meteorite of Astel: Dropped by the boss at the end of the Consecreated Snowfields’ Yelough Anix Tunnel.
Glintstone Icecrag: Purchased from Preceptor Seluvis.
Comet Azur: Obtained from Primeval Sorcerer Azur in Mt. Gelmir’s Hermit Village.
Loretta’s Greatbow: Dropped by Royal Knight Loretta in Caria Manor.
Stars of Ruin: Earned during Sorceress Sellen’s questline.
Elden Ring is available now for PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, and Xbox One and Series X|S.