Ash of War: Gravitas

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Affinity Magic
Skill Gravitas
Effect Grants affinities and skills to an armament.

Ash of War: Gravitas is an Ash of War and Upgrade Material in Elden RingAsh of War: Gravitas provides the Magic affinity and the Gravitas Skill. Ashes of War can be used to modify the Skill of an equipment piece, or to apply affinities that modify scaling values.

 

This Ash of War grants an armament the Magic affinity and the following skill:

"Gravitas: Skill originating from the Alabaster Lords, who had skin of stone. Thrust the armament into the ground to create a gravity well. In addition to dealing damage, this attack pulls enemies in."

Usable on melee armaments (small armaments and whips excepted).

 

Ash of War: Gravitas Location in Elden Ring

 Where to find Ash of War: Gravitas:

  • Looted from a Lesser Alabaster Lord that uses the skill as one of its attacks when it fights. You can find the enemy roaming by the beach side at the stone arch that has a bonfire near the Seaside Ruins Site of Grace in south of Limgrave. From the site of grace, simply jump all the way to the beachside using your mount and defeat the enemy. Elden Ring Map Link.

 

 

Ash of War: Gravitas Elden Ring Guide

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Gravitas Demonstration

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Elden Ring Ash of War: Gravitas Notes & Tips

  • Notes and tips go here.

 

Elden Ring Ashes of War
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    • Anonymous

      This ash's utility is absolutely amazing. Great for interrupting crowds of rats, dogs and human sized enemies when you get surrounded. Knocks skeletons on their asses so they have to take a second to reassemble. Rips bats, harpy grandmas, flying misbegotten, murder eagles and flying ants out of the air so hard they start thrashing around helpless on the ground. Destroys objects, so you can use it to clear Vulgar Militia poison landmines. Hits through walls, ceilings and floors, so you can get enemies above you (sometimes pulling them down to your level), below you, and on ladders. Comes out fast, hits twice in quick succession, and does respectable damage with good INT investment. It even does bonus damage if you can hit an enemy with the weapon itself on the down-thrust. Do not sleep on this one.

      • Anonymous

        In addition to knocking flying enemies out of the air, this can yank ranged attackers like kindred of rot off of platforms. Might come in handy, at some point.

        • Anonymous

          Should be the default skill of the meteorite staff, you just slam the staff into the ground and pull people in

          • Anonymous

            God it feels like an aeon ago when I first stepped foot in the Lands Between as a lowly wannabe Gravity mage, found this on my first fight against that lanky psycho on the beach and thought 'wow I can't wait to see what they do with gravity spells'
            ...
            Level 150 and still a wannabe gravity mage waiting to see what they do with gravity in the DLC...

            • Anonymous

              A good synergy in PvP is to combine this with the claymore : if you land the ash of war, you can follow it up with a heavy attack when your opponent panic roll away. It's not a true combo like with Storm Stomp tho, so you need to get the timing to get it work.

              • Anonymous

                A good synergy in PvP is to combine this with the claymore : if you land the ash of war, you can follow it up with a heavy attack when your opponent panic roll away. It's not a true combo like with Storm Stomp tho, so you need to get the timing to get it work.

                • Anonymous

                  I've noticed that when you kill an enemy with a backstab using a weapon that has gravitas, they will drop extra runes.

                  • Anonymous

                    Makes no sense this is not usable on fists and claws, weapons with the shortest reach that would benefit the most from this.

                    • Anonymous

                      This makes killing those invisible scarabs much easier. Just stand on their path and cast it when they are near.

                      • Anonymous

                        It’s a bit weird that the ash’s icon shows the Onyx Lord Curved greatsword. The Onyx Lords did not create this ash, and even then, the curved greatsword cannot use gravitas.

                        • Anonymous

                          The secondary hitbox they gave to Flaming Strike should've gone to this guy. It badly needs a second hitbox, so that if you land the first bit at the right distance, it'll pull them into the second hitbox and stun them for a follow-up R1, and so that if someone rolls into your giant earth-defying gravity well, they can't just roll-poke you. Forgive me if they may end up being too much, but man do I want more ways to punish PvP passivity.

                          • Anonymous

                            With the new much faster cast time in 1.04, this is an excellent anti-flyer AoW as it pulls all surrounding flying enemies to the ground and stuns them briefly. Great if you struggle against some especially annoying enemies like the hawks in Stormveil!

                            • Anonymous

                              still pretty terrible for pvp, despite the cast time buff. It's still pretty slow and if people panic roll as soon as they see a flash of purple starting to form, as everyone tends to do, that will line up perfectly with dodging the move. So it's just unfortunate timing really, that everyone will naturally dodge the move by simply panic rolling, making it pretty bad.

                              • Anonymous

                                Confirmed that this scales with INT.

                                Tested at 15/20 INT

                                Standard, Heavy, Keen, Quality:
                                387/405 damage
                                Cold: 414/438 damage
                                Magic: 423/450 damage

                                • Anonymous

                                  If I use this on a physical infusion with the iron whetblade does it inflict physical damage or does the weapon art still do magic damage?

                                  • Anonymous

                                    After patch 1.04 the downward stab into the ground to activate the ash of war is much faster and can be used to catch unsuspecting foes pretty well at a distance

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Does this scale with Intelligence even if you use a whetblade to change the scaling, or is it just tied to the weapon's damage?

                                      • Anonymous

                                        found it on my spellsword literally after finishing limgrave and checking one last dungeon with the chariot -_- did the zone 100% with all the bossses with standard affinity on a weapon

                                        • Anonymous

                                          The second attack of Ash of War: Gravitas INSTANTLY rips entire flocks of bats/harpies out of the air and flinches them out of their screams. Absolutely brilliant for people who prefer fighting their farms such as Fort Faroth, which is very easy to access immediately after character creation.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            For those who use armament incantations (bloodflame) it looks like once you apply this AoW you can no longer use those incantations.

                                            As to the reason why, I assume it's because it changed to a Magic affinity?

                                            • Anonymous

                                              For those who use armament incantations (bloodflame) it looks like once you apply this AoW you can no longer use those incantations.

                                              As to the reason why, I assume it's because it changed to a Magic affinity?

                                              • Anonymous

                                                I have a sword with physical damage 115 if I add the ash it becomes 88 physical and 88 magical, does that mean I have a total damage of 176 then a damage increase of 61? or am I wrong and two different types of damage are calculated differently? because it didn't seem that much stronger than before.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  It appears that even if you have the appropriate whetblades, you can't put fire or bleed on a weapon with this Ash of War. I can only choose Standard / Heavy / Keen / Quality (from Iron Whetblade), and then Magic or Cold (presumably built in to the ash).

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    Always wondering if it makes sense to use this ash or any other with magic/lightning/etc. with a heavy scaling?

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      I'm curious as to what is meant by "not small" as I was able to put this on the starting Short Sword for my Astrologer

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