Finding Elden Ring’s Stone
- 1 Defeat Godrick the Grafted: Step-1
- 1.0.1 Convince Twin Maiden Husks to Sell you Smithing Stones.
- 1.0.2 Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing locations:
- 1.0.3 Reach Bearing Via Giant Mountaintops
- 1.0.4 Discover subterranean region
- 1.0.5 Defeat Fallingstar Beast
- 1.0.6 Obtain access to Somber Smithing Stone
- 1.0.7 Travel to Crumbling Farum Azula location
Elden Ring contains four Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearings and five Somberstone Miner’s Bell Bearings. Here’s where you can find them all.
Elden Ring is a tough game. That won’t surprise anyone who’s played a demo from the Software game, but it won’t prepare you for the slew of “You Died” title screens you’ll encounter. You’ll need powerful weaponry if you’re going to survive this trip. You’ll also need Smithing Stones to build strong weapons. They’re plenty.
Utilizing Smithing Stones to power up your weapons.
You utilize smithing stones to level up your weapons, whether they’re blades, staffs, shields, or spears. You offer these stones (and with some runes) to Master Blacksmith Hewg at Roundtable Hold to improve your weapons. Smithing Stones can be found throughout the environment and are occasionally dropped by opponents. It’s much easier to just buy them to speed up the leveling process. It’s surprising to admit, You could accomplish this until around 50 hours into the game.
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Defeat Godrick the Grafted: Step-1
After defeating Godrick the Grafted (best of luck! ), you’ll enter Liurnia of the Lakes, the second major section of the Land Between. To find Iji, you must travel all the way to the lake’s northwest corner. The Kingsgrave Ruins can be found when you get close to the shore. You’ll have to take out a slew of skeletal magicians (or run past). There is a magical wall in the northern side of the ruins that will vanish if you strike it. If you do so, you’ll see a Site of Grace on your right. Smithing Master Iji will be on your left.
On your map, this is where you’ll discover him.
Stones offered by Iji.
Convince Twin Maiden Husks to Sell you Smithing Stones.
Iji will get you started and be a great help, but you’ll need to contact the Twin Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold if you’re serious about upgrading your weaponry. It will take some effort to convince them to sell you Smithing Stones.
Four Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearings and five Somberstone Miner’s Bell Bearings are included in the set. The Twin Maiden Husks will sell you all the Smithing Stones you need to upgrade any weapon to level nine if you acquire all nine of them. To begin, we’ll look at the standard Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearings.
Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing locations:
Go to the Raya Lucaria Crystal Tunnel to begin. It’s also close to Liurnia of the Lakes, but on the other side of the lake. You can enter the Crystal Tunnel through a little crawlspace along the shore, where my character is stationed in the screenshot below. It’s a dungeon you’ll have to navigate, and there are plenty of Smithing Stones to be found. A boss, Crystalian, appears at the end. You’ll acquire the Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing once you’ve defeated her.
Take that to the Twin Maiden Husks, and you’ll be able to buy an endless number of Smithing Stones from their shop.
The Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing is the next one you’ll come across, and you can get it as soon as you find Leyndell, the Royal Capital. The bearing is in a small dungeon southwest of the Capital, not in the Capital itself. The Sealed Tunnel, as shown on the map below, is a dungeon accessible by travelling through the blue swamp area on the outskirts of the Capital.
Enter the sealed Tunnel
Fortunately, you won’t have to explore the entire dungeon to find your prize. There is a Site of Grace inside the Sealed Tunnel. There’s no visible way out, but striking the west wall will reveal a hidden path. You’ll be taken to a big region teeming with adversaries once you’ve done so. You’ll find a treasure chest with the Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing within after you’ve cleared them all out.
Reach Bearing Via Giant Mountaintops
While the Sealed Tunnel is a little off the usual road, the Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing is not. The only problem is that it will take several of hours to get there.
To locate the bearing, you must first reach the Giant Mountaintops. Getting there requires various plot sequences. However, as you arrive, you will shortly come across the Zamor Ruins.
Discover subterranean region
The Zamor Ruins, like all of the Ruins in Elden Ring, include a stairway that leads to a subterranean region. Down the steps, enter the door, and you’ll discover Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing in a chest. This bearing will allow you to purchase the Twin Maiden Husks’ Smithing Stones.
Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing, which allows you to purchase Smithing Stone and from the Twin Maiden Husks, is the same tale. This Bell Bearing is unavoidable, as it is claimed after defeating the Godskin Duo, a tandem boss fight that is part of the main story. Crumbling Farum Azula, the place accessible after Mountaintops of the Giants, is where you’ll face them.
Defeat Fallingstar Beast
You’ll have to dungeoncrawl to find the Somberstone Miner’s Bell Bearing. It may be found in Caelid’s Sellia Crystal Tunnel, as shown in the screenshot below. You’ll face the Fallingstar Beast at the conclusion of the dungeon. If you defeat it, you’ll receive the Bell Bearing, which will allow you to purchase the Somber Smithing Stone.
Unfortunately, you’re not finished with dungeons yet, since the next Bell Bearing needs you to descend underground once more. At the end of the Atlus Tunnel, you’ll find the Somberstone Miner’s Bell Bearing. The Atlus Tunnel is a little difficult to discover; the best way to get there is to travel south from the Minor Erdtee near the Forest-Spanning Greatbridge Site of Grace.
It’s a short dungeon that takes less than 10 minutes to complete, though the tandem boss battle at the conclusion can be challenging if you’re not levelled up sufficiently. You’ll acquire the Bell Bearing if you defeat the two Crystalian beasts. The Twin Maiden Husks will sell you Somber Smithing Stone, if you give it to them.
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Obtain access to Somber Smithing Stone
You must give Twin Maiden Husk Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing to obtain access to Somber Smithing Stone. To discover it, go to the western part of the Mountaintops of the Giants and look for the First Church of Marika. You’ll come across a large frozen lake with a large freezing dragon as you travel through the Mountaintops, which is an indication that you’re getting close. The First Church of Marika can be found on the frozen lake’s southernmost point. A corpse can be looted outside for the Smithing Miner’s Bell Bearing.
Travel to Crumbling Farum Azula location
To obtain Somberstone Miner’s Bell Bearing, travel to the Crumbling Farum Azula location, which, as previously stated, follows the Mountaintops of the Giants. The Tempest-Facing Balcony Site of Grace can be found as you advance through this section. You’ll see a slumped over corpse holding an item if you walk forward from this Site of Grace. Pick it up to receive the Bell Bearing, which grants access to the Somber Smithing Stone.
The Final Somberstone Miner’s Bell Bearing
The last boss of bell bearings is Somberstone Miner’s Bell Bearing, which lets you buy Somber Smithing Stone from the Twin Maiden Husks. This one is also in Crumbling Farum Azula, and thankfully it’s almost impossible to miss.
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