Elden Ring has a lot to do. There are dozens of bosses and a mountain of items to find, but also much more than that. The game is filled with hidden dungeons, dusty tunnels and more places to explore. With so much to do, there’s been a lot to worry about. And new players will likely take some time to adjust to the world, meaning they’re going to die—a lot. You can help mitigate that by grabbing some more powerful gear, though, and that’s a good thing to do.
But as patches get released, things change. Elden Ring Patch 1.04 has changed a lot about the game in terms of item stats and the like. But it’s not just that, as some unique areas of the game have been messed with as well. And as a result, getting some weapons and gear have been made a bit more complicated.
Some builds might prefer a sword and board approach, but others like the fast attack speed of a spear. Siluria’s Tree is a Great Spear in Elden Ring. The Siluria’s Tree scales primarily with Strength, Faith and Dexterity and is a good Weapon for dealing Holy Damage, but requires a fair bit of STR and DEX to make effective use of it.
How to get Siluria’s Tree in Elden Ring
To obtain this weapon, you will need to make your way to Deeproot Depths. This can take a bit of work, but you have a few paths to get there. There are two methods to enter this area. The first method is to take the coffin from Siofra Aqueduct up the waterfall. Beat those pesky Gargoyles to get to the coffin. When you interact with it, you can transfer to the Depths. The other method is to use the path behind Mohg, then to reach the Frenzied Flame Proscription Site of Grace. The second method is the most preferable for some players, depending on how you’re progressing through the game. Fia’s quests can be found here, as well as a bevy of additional bosses.
Siluria’s Tree in Elden Ring can be found here as well. as a boss drop. This particular weapons creates blasting projectiles with its charged attack, so it’s great for getting distance on some beefier enemies.
Crucible Knight Siluria is one of many optional bosses within this zone. The item you’re after drops from them. They also drop 25,000 Runes, so it’s a nice chunk, even in the late game. Bring some sources of Fire damage to deal extra hurt on them. Lightning damage is also goo, as they have the lowest resistance to those two types. If your build is set up to abuse Poise and stun-lock, you’re going to have an even easier time. Bleed builds are going to have a tough time, as this boss is immune to Hemorrhage.