Elden Ring has some powerful and dangerous bosses. You also need to do a ton of exploration of its open world. The amount of hidden stuff in this game is kind of impressive. Players will not only have to tackle an army of bosses and undead, but there are many hidden items to find. As you get your hands on more items and improve your builds, there’s a lot more potential to uncover. One of the more useful items you can grab are called Talismans. These special equippable items offer boons for certain damage types, or other bonuses to your character.
Finding them is the real challenge though, as they are often well-hidden. The Talismans are a pretty useful upgrade for various builds in the game. If you’re after a ranged build, there’s one item you might want to grab. The Arrow’s Reach talisman grants your character a longer range on arrow shots, making them much more effective at fighting larger bosses and the like. Keep reading to figure out where to find it.
Where to find the Arrow’s Reach Talisman in Elden Ring
This Talisman can be found in Stormgate, within the Limgrave region. Heading northwest from Stromgate’s entrance, the Arrow’s Reach Talisman is tucked into the hillside up above the cliff. You will need to wrap around the path and head up above the gate. Hit up the Gatefront Ruins Site of Grace and you’ll be pretty close to the right place. The Wamaster’s Shack Site of Grace can also take you here, just from the other direction. To get it, you’ll need to head inside the tower above Stormgate. You’ll find it in a chest.
You may also head south to find Stormhill Evergaol if you want to take that challenge on. There are also several other Talisman’s spread throughout this zone if you want to hunt them down.
If you’re playing and enjoying the game, good for you! You might have questions though, so we have some guides to help you out. When making a character, picking the right class is important. Figure out how to level up your character once you’re in the game. From there, you might want to learn how to upgrade gear, or maybe how to find powerful weapons, like the Meteorite Staff. Or perhaps you’re a melee player and want that shiny new Rivers of Blood katana to hack away with? There are also tons of crafting jobs to be done, like making multiple types of arrows.