Ash of War: Rain of Arrows

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Affinity Standard
Skill Rain of Arrows
Effect Grants affinities and skills to an armament

Ash of War: Rain of Arrows is an Ash of War and Upgrade Material in Elden Ring. Ash of War: Rain of Arrows provides Standard affinity and the Rain of Arrows Skill. Ashes of War can be equipped on Weapons and Shields to modify the Skill or an equipment, or to apply affinities that modify scaling values.

 

This Ash of War grants no affinity to an armament, but imparts the following skill:

"Rain of Arrows: Archery skill performed from a low stance. Ready the bow, then fire a burst of arrows into the sky to shower the enemy with projectiles."

Usable on all bows.

 

Ash of War: Rain of Arrows Location in Elden Ring

Where to find Ash of War: Rain of Arrows:

  • Caelid: Appears at edge of a cliff after you've looted the "Redmane" Painting in Sellia, Town of Sorcery. You'll find it down the cliff on a plateau south east of the Eastern Minor Erdtree in Caelid. This is right below Fort Faroth. The Erdtree is located in the Caelid subregion called Dragonbarrow. Once you've made your way down, walk to the edge (without the pillars) and you'll briefly see the spirit of a painter, he'll vanish and the Ash of War will appear in his place. [Elden Ring Map Link]
  • If you use the spiritspring here and jump <just past> the spiritspring (on the very edge of its radius), then double jump just before you hit the little jar on the edge of the cliff, you can safely land at the bottom or close to it.
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  • From the Fort Faroth Grace. Head NE and jump down onto the spiritspring at the base of the Erdtree. If you walk SE to the cliff to the right of the pot and broken pot next to each other, there are a series of roots you can jump down to reach this ledge.
  • There is no need to aggro the strong golem at the West to get this drop, although it can be safely engaged from the top of the last tree before dropping onto the platform. It only drops about 5000 runes and is guarding a corpse with a Rune Arc.

 

Ash of War: Rain of Arrows Elden Ring Guide

  • Grants the skill Rain of Arrows.
  • Provides the Standard affinity, which respects the weapon's original scaling and damage.
  • Can be used with the following affinity Upgrades: Standard
  • Can be applied to the following weapon categories, so long as the weapon allows skill replacement: Light Bows, Bows, Greatbows
  • Can be cast even if you don't have 20 FP
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rain of Arrows Demonstration

 

 

 

 

Elden Ring Ash of War: Rain of Arrows Notes & Tips

  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 300 Runes
  • This Ash is a great way to farm clusters of wildlife for their crafting materials for the price of a single regular arrow and some FP.

 

Elden Ring Ashes of War
Ash of War: Assassin's Gambit  ♦  Ash of War: Barbaric Roar  ♦  Ash of War: Barrage  ♦  Ash of War: Barricade Shield  ♦  Ash of War: Beast's Roar  ♦  Ash of War: Black Flame Tornado  ♦  Ash of War: Blood Blade  ♦  Ash of War: Blood Tax  ♦  Ash of War: Bloodhound's Step  ♦  Ash of War: Bloody Slash  ♦  Ash of War: Braggart's Roar  ♦  Ash of War: Carian Grandeur  ♦  Ash of War: Carian Greatsword  ♦  Ash of War: Carian Retaliation  ♦  Ash of War: Charge Forth  ♦  Ash of War: Chilling Mist  ♦  Ash of War: Cragblade  ♦  Ash of War: Determination  ♦  Ash of War: Double Slash  ♦  Ash of War: Earthshaker  ♦  Ash of War: Enchanted Shot  ♦  Ash of War: Endure  ♦  Ash of War: Eruption  ♦  Ash of War: Flame of the Redmanes  ♦  Ash of War: Flaming Strike  ♦  Ash of War: Giant Hunt  ♦  Ash of War: Glintblade Phalanx  ♦  Ash of War: Glintstone Pebble  ♦  Ash of War: Golden Land  ♦  Ash of War: Golden Parry  ♦  Ash of War: Golden Slam  ♦  Ash of War: Golden Vow  ♦  Ash of War: Gravitas  ♦  Ash of War: Ground Slam  ♦  Ash of War: Hoarah Loux's Earthshaker  ♦  Ash of War: Hoarfrost Stomp  ♦  Ash of War: Holy Ground  ♦  Ash of War: Ice Spear  ♦  Ash of War: Impaling Thrust  ♦  Ash of War: Kick  ♦  Ash of War: Lifesteal Fist  ♦  Ash of War: Lightning Ram  ♦  Ash of War: Lightning Slash  ♦  Ash of War: Lion's Claw  ♦  Ash of War: Loretta's Slash  ♦  Ash of War: Mighty Shot  ♦  Ash of War: No Skill  ♦  Ash of War: Parry  ♦  Ash of War: Phantom Slash  ♦  Ash of War: Piercing Fang  ♦  Ash of War: Poison Moth Flight  ♦  Ash of War: Poisonous Mist  ♦  Ash of War: Prayerful Strike  ♦  Ash of War: Prelate's Charge  ♦  Ash of War: Quickstep  ♦  Ash of War: Raptor of the Mists  ♦  Ash of War: Repeating Thrust  ♦  Ash of War: Royal Knight's Resolve  ♦  Ash of War: Sacred Blade  ♦  Ash of War: Sacred Order  ♦  Ash of War: Sacred Ring of Light  ♦  Ash of War: Seppuku  ♦  Ash of War: Shared Order  ♦  Ash of War: Shield Bash  ♦  Ash of War: Shield Crash  ♦  Ash of War: Sky Shot  ♦  Ash of War: Spectral Lance  ♦  Ash of War: Spinning Slash  ♦  Ash of War: Spinning Strikes  ♦  Ash of War: Spinning Weapon  ♦  Ash of War: Square Off  ♦  Ash of War: Stamp (Sweep)  ♦  Ash of War: Stamp (Upward Cut)  ♦  Ash of War: Storm Assault  ♦  Ash of War: Storm Blade  ♦  Ash of War: Storm Stomp  ♦  Ash of War: Storm Wall  ♦  Ash of War: Stormcaller  ♦  Ash of War: Sword Dance  ♦  Ash of War: Thops's Barrier  ♦  Ash of War: Through and Through  ♦  Ash of War: Thunderbolt  ♦  Ash of War: Troll's Roar  ♦  Ash of War: Unsheathe  ♦  Ash of War: Vacuum Slice  ♦  Ash of War: Vow of the Indomitable  ♦  Ash of War: War Cry  ♦  Ash of War: Waves of Darkness  ♦  Ash of War: White Shadow's Lure  ♦  Ash of War: Wild Strikes  ♦  Lost Ashes of War  ♦  Messages



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    • Anonymous

      This plus bleed arrows to shred Ekzykes on the hill to the left after exiting the dragon cathedral. Took about 7 shots on a +12 long bow (not sure how the AoW scales). I was at 46 STR and 21 DEX with the Arrow's Reach talisman.

      • Anonymous

        This plus bleed arrows to shred Ekzykes on the hill to the left after exiting the dragon cathedral. Took about 7 shots on a +12 long bow (not sure how the AoW scales). I was at 46 STR and 21 DEX with the Arrow's Reach talisman.

        • Anonymous

          Hey screw your spirit spring jump clip I've tried so many times and can't even get close to the end without a double jump

          • I'm curious how this interacts with Draw String Grease.

            I've been finding bows a bit situational at best, but IF the grease actually adds flat damage across multi-arrow ashes of war, that could be very worthwhile.

            • Anonymous

              I asked about this AoW damage vs range but I forgot the relevant part that made me think about all this in the first place, my shortbow is upgraded further than my horn bow with higher base damage but less range while the horn bow does added magic damage, the colour of the thumbnail for rain of arrows is purple the same as the gravity magic AoW so does any of that last part make RoA preferable on a horn with lower base phys damage but magic damage to a shortbow with higher phys damage than the horn bow?

              • Anonymous

                I have a question about this AoW but before I ask, I highly recommend anyone ready to get this from the artist to watch one of the videos on YT for how to do the spirit spring instead of the speeded up clip on here, that's the surest way do it without dying.

                So how does this AoW work with upgraded bows? obviously each arrow in the cluster does damage that's apparent depending on how many of them hit the target and in what we see when all the arrows hit a target in an enclosed space, but this on a shortbow upgraded further and doing more damage, is better than on the horn bow doing less damage but with better range, is that correct? I use arrow's reach and sting with this AoW but I'm curious if the longer range on the long bow makes it preferable than more damage but less range from a shortbow. Any opinions would be appreciated.

                • Anonymous

                  Spirit Spring to avoid annoying platforming fall deaths. Genius. Need a Spirit Spring at Bestial Sanctum and Cathedral of the Forsaken now.

                  • Anonymous

                    If you find it tricky to execute this spiritspring move, you can just parkour your way down (much simpler to do IMO)

                    • Anonymous

                      If you use this skill on an ennemy that is on a ceiling or is close to it, ALL arrows will hit. In that regard, you can bait a target under some ruins, a tunnel or any low ceiling to completely shred it’s HP. Strongest gimmick ash of war imho

                      • Anonymous

                        I've been sceptical about this since I first got it, especially about the short range it has, but in all fairness I've seen its value on preceptor miriam, an incredibly annoying enemy who does a lot of damage and likes to teleport around. This AoW made killing her a lot less painful than it can be. As an invader type enemy she is vulnerable to poison, bleed and rot, hitting her with clusters of bleed arrows worked a treat for me.

                        • Anonymous

                          I was expecting something similar to what the radahn knight outside fort gael uses against the player, he can hit you from a good distance, but this AoW has a very short range to it, refusing to hit enemies I target lock unless they are standing right next to me. arrows reach does improve it slightly but not enough to make it worth my while. I can see it doing damage to large enemies, but needing to be so close for it to work, I can't really see a boss letting you get that close and allow you to use this without hitting you hard first.

                          • Anonymous

                            If you kill the golem with the unique weapon/ash of war, does he come back? If so, has anyone tried farming him for that enchanted golem's halberd? I've never seen that Ash of War used by any other enemy/NPC. I'm sure it has a really low drop rate if so, but that AoW lazer beam kicked my arse in Journey 7 o.O

                            • Anonymous

                              Rain of Arrows is very good and worth the trouble, if you use it correctly -- which is to say, against large enemies. Smaller enemies, with small hitboxes, will catch fewer arrows and therefore take very little damage, but big enemies with big hitboxes will catch more of them, and therefore get absolutely shredded.

                              • Anonymous

                                I lost 500k Souls trying to get this ash of war. Defeated the golem after many attempts only to find I didnt even have to kill him to get this ash of war...then I try it out and it's not even that good imo. I'll have to test it with different arrows.

                                • Anonymous

                                  A few comments about the 'rain of arrows' range, one saying it varies and I think mention of the Radhan knight high up on the cliff outside gael fortress in caelid firing it off as soon as it sees you no matter how far from him you are. Does anyone know if the range of the version of this AoW available to the player has been nerfed? or has it always had a fairly short range considering how far enemies that use it can hit you with it? On the one hand I can see how everyone would be moaning about it being 'broken' and OP in pvp if it was the same as what Loretta or the Radhan knight use, on the other it seems pretty worthless for pve the way it is now. The barrage AoW does use more ammo, but it can inflict status effects very quickly and at long range depending on the bow. I'd be interested to hear from anyone who has found rain of arrows to be genuinely useful and in what siruations.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Anyone saying they are dying to some sort of "kill wall" when they try to use the spirit spring to get down to the artist, they are doing something wrong. I have no doubt about that. I only got rain of arrows a few days ago, I died over and over trying to platform my way down. I came here hoping to find some way to make the platforming easier. I saw a few comments mentioning using the spirit spring to get down safely. I had a look on youtube to see which spirit spring and how exactly it was done, and it worked the first time I tried it. It is not in any way hard, tricky or complicated. I pressed jump when torrent's back legs were on the very edge of the spirit spring, right at the last minute, jumping towards where the first root you would have to drop down on to start the platforming puzzle is. Just like in the video clip, I did the double jump to carry me past the edge, and once clear you can sort of control which direction torrent is facing while in mid air on the drop down, it allows you some control over your descent and means you wont accidentally land on a root or pillar putting you back to square one. You absolutely will land safely and be able to get the AoW from the artist.

                                    Also about the golem, by jumping from the spirit spring in the direction I saw in the video clip, towards the first root you would need to drop down on to start the platforming puzzle, I was far enough away and it didn't wake up when I landed. I was able to crouch and use stealth to get close enough for the artist to spawn and pick up the AoW without having to deal with the golem first. Having said that, there is something to loot right in the golem's armpit that I haven't seen anyone else mention. I'm not 100% sure now, but I think it was a rune arc. I do know it was something worth looting, not a worthless turd like a furled finger remedy or a mushroom. It cannot be gotten using stealth, I tried. When I looted it the golem started to get up, it wasn't a problem for me though, I had died so many times trying the platforming puzzle I didn't have a single rune, so I just ran and jumped off the edge to my death and happily re-spawned at grace checkpoint.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Anyone saying they are dying to some sort of "kill wall" when they try to use the spirit spring to get down to the artist, they are doing something wrong. I have no doubt about that. I only got rain of arrows a few days ago, I died over and over trying to platform my way down. I came here hoping to find some way to make the platforming easier. I saw a few comments mentioning using the spirit spring to get down safely. I had a look on youtube to see which spirit spring and how exactly it was done, and it worked the first time I tried it. It is not in any way hard, tricky or complicated. I pressed jump when torrent's back legs were on the very edge of the spirit spring, right at the last minute, jumping towards where the first root you would have to drop down on to start the platforming puzzle is. Just like in the video clip, I did the double jump to carry me past the edge, and once clear you can sort of control which direction torrent is facing while in mid air on the drop down, it allows you some control over your descent and means you wont accidentally land on a root or pillar putting you back to square one. You absolutely will land safely and be able to get the AoW from the artist.

                                      Also about the golem, by jumping from the spirit spring in the direction I saw in the video clip, towards the first root you would need to drop down on to start the platforming puzzle, I was far enough away and it didn't wake up when I landed. I was able to crouch and use stealth to get close enough for the artist to spawn and pick up the AoW without having to deal with the golem first. Having said that, there is something to loot right in the golem's armpit that I haven't seen anyone else mention. I'm not 100% sure now, but I think it was a rune arc. I do know it was something worth looting, not a worthless turd like a furled finger remedy or a mushroom. It cannot be gotten using stealth, I tried. When I looted it the golem started to get up, it wasn't a problem for me though, I had died so many times trying the platforming puzzle I didn't have a single rune, so I just ran and jumped off the edge to my death and happily re-spawned at grace checkpoint.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        A few comments about the 'rain of arrows' range, one saying it varies and I think mention of the Radhan knight high up on the cliff outside gael fortress in caelid firing it off as soon as it sees you no matter how far from him you are. Does anyone know if the range of the version of this AoW available to the player has been nerfed? or has it always had a fairly short range considering how far enemies that use it can hit you with it? On the one hand I can see how everyone would be moaning about it being 'broken' and OP in pvp if it was the same as what Loretta or the Radhan knight use, on the other it seems pretty worthless for pve the way it is now. The barrage AoW does use more ammo, but it can inflict status effects very quickly and at long range depending on the bow. I'd be interested to hear from anyone who has found rain of arrows to be genuinely useful and in what siruations.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          I only started using this a couple of days ago. I've been sorely disappointed with it, especially considering how many times I died trying to get down the roots and pillars, if I hadn't seen a comment from someone mentioning using the spirit spring to get down safely I'd either have given up on it, or I'd still be there now trying to get it. After all that I had hoped it would be worth all the trouble, something like Loretta uses if you get within range on the approach to caria manor. If not as powerful as Loretta at least the same as the Radhan knight uses from the cliff outside fort gael in caelid. From the depiction on the AoW of arrows with a purple aura that's what I thought I was getting. I'm not sure if I'm missing something but I've tried this out on a few different enemies, right away I could see the AoW didn't have much range on it, I was getting a target lock on an enemy but when I used L2 to trigger the skill, none of the arrows were getting anywhere near to where the enemy I'd targeted was, they were just landing all around me instead, the rain of arrows was only coming down on a target locked enemy if they were really close, otherwise they come down around me. I did wonder if they are supposed to work like that, maybe meant to be used as some sort of crowd control on enemies getting too close, but it doesn't make much sense for that to be the case. If enemies are rushing toward you and get close enough for rain of arrows to actually hit them, its debatable if you would even get one shot off without an enemy staggering you and knocking you out of the animation. I just don't see what situations this AoW could be of any use.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            If I use this with rainbow stone arrows do all the arrows leave behind the glowing spots or no? additionally can I use this with the noisy shattering arrows to make an unholy cacophony to annoy people with? If so its time to equip all the light giving or glowing gear I can and invade as a Ravewraith!

                                            • Anonymous

                                              So I did some testing of what Talismans (and odd physics) affect this AOW, here are my findings with 32 dex, and an Albinauric Bow+12. All of these were tested on the giant at the secluded cell.

                                              Standard skill damage, 618
                                              Arrows Sting Talisman [AST], 683
                                              Shard of Alexander [SOA], 713
                                              Millicent Prosthesis [MP], 689, adds 5 dex but doesn't proc successive attack dmg bonus.
                                              AST+SOA, 779
                                              All three, 815, (926 with headcrit)

                                              spiked cracked tear [SCT] 702
                                              Appears to have no affect with stone barb cracked tear.
                                              All three Talismans + SCT, 826 (984 with headcrit)

                                              • A thing I would like to mention to anyone who will read this is that THIS ASH OF WAR ONLY CONSUMES ONE ARROW PER USE, and works great with status effect arrows. Also, if you have no FP, I would strongly recommend against using this, as it then only shoots one arrow, randomly inside the normal area of the skill, and still takes the longer animation to shoot, making a normal shot much easier to pull off and get away safely.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  This skill is a status effect, AND damage machine versus larger targets.

                                                  Damage is based off of bow damage and arrow damage like regular shots.

                                                  Range changes based on many factors.

                                                  Firstly, Range stat of Bow. Short bows have the least base range, Longbows have standard, while grestbows have slightly more.

                                                  Fletched Arrows reach further than non Fletched, while the non crafted arrows go even further.

                                                  The Archery talisman that increases travel distance also increases the striking range of this ability.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    I lost about 200k runes on the jumps down to the area with the ash of war. It's definitely one of the hardest platforming spots in the game. I recommend using your runes if it's your first time going down there. That golem is no joke either. He did things to me I've never seen any golem in the game do :(

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Not sure if it’s been noted or not but you don’t need to kill the golem to get the ash of war to spawn. At least that’s how it was for me

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Summoned my boyfriend to help me kill the golem because I suck, got invaded, the invader thought we were cheating lol

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          spirit spring jump must be patched. invisible wall preventing clean jump to made easily. when jump is successfully accomplished you get instant kill cam once across the invisible wall if u made it across

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            why are people hating on the golem? i think getting to fight it is much more of a reward than getting the ash of war, it's among the top 10 enemies of the game and respam after killed, you can test your build and had ton of fun with it, it's a respammable boss fight!

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              why are people hating on the golem? i think getting to fight it is much more of a reward than getting the ash of war, it's among the top 10 enemies of the game and respam after killed, you can test your build and had ton of fun with it, it's a respammable boss fight!

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                This skill is amazing. I use a Shortbow as a secondary weapon and then just use whatever Arrows I need for a specific boss, since it is VERY easy to proc status effects with this and it is way more efficient than using Barrage. Rain of Arrows only uses 1 Arrow and can hit a bunch of times and so on most bosses you will be able to proc whatever status you want with only a couple arrows. You could even use Kindred of Rot's Exultation + Mushroom Crown and use Poison Arrows for a whopping 30% Damage Increase for everything, including Spells.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Shard of Alexander buffs this. Each shot takes the dmg buff, if you can get a full burst off and hit every arrow that's a big ol chonk of a dmg buff, particularly useful against SUPER annoying enemies like stationary Albunaurics in Ordina, or the doofy snowmen in the first section of the Haligtree

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    I see a lot of people saying there's a kill wall for the spirit spring. Either they're messing up or its back to working again. To do it I was jumping at the very edge of the spring closest to the ledge, dont double jump until you are on top of jar or very close to touching the ground. Also i saw the ghost while fighting the golem(harder than any boss imo) and ran to the ghost and the golem smacked it and it dissipated leaving the spirit ash. Hope that helps.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Anyone else cant get the painter to spawn? I hot the paint, I standing near the spot, theres even tons of messages saying its the right spot. Still no luck in getting him to spawn...

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        Anyone else cant get the painter to spawn? I hot the paint, I standing near the spot, theres even tons of messages saying its the right spot. Still no luck in getting him to spawn...

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          When used on a Light Bow and regular Bows, the range of the skill seems to be half of what it's suppose to be, almost close to melee ranges or sorcery ranges of a glintstone pebble.

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            You can survive the full fall with Torrent by launching off the wind tunnel to the south and double jumping over the jar at the start of the puzzle. Fall damage is negated until you land, so you don't have to do any platforming for this.

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              There is a kill zone now for the jump pad method. You will die instantly even if your jump is successful. Do the root jumping puzzle until you're standing on one of the pillars, then mount your house and double jump to the final root.

                                                                              Fully convinced player suffering is a core design tenet of From

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                I genuinely believe reward for killing that golem is bugged and not working. it has **** tons of hp and damage but gives literally nothing.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  No need to do the annoying jump puzzle! Instead:
                                                                                  1) Warp to Fort Faroth grace campfire.
                                                                                  2) Ride to the right of the big white crusty ball to drop down to the left of the minor Erdtree.
                                                                                  3) Ride toward the jump pad, and jump at the last moment (you'll jump a little *past* the jump pad).
                                                                                  4) You'll be flying toward the cliff. The moment before you hit the ground, double jump.
                                                                                  5) You should fly over the cliff and land safely on the platform below.

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    Not sure if anyone mentioned it but if you have the cat charm then the fall damage is negated. This is one of the places it comes in pretty handy.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Page should mention the golem that's also down there. Was excited when I first saw it because I thought it'd drop its unique sorcery as a spell. Nope. Drops nothing, and the painter didnt appear on my end until /after/ I killed the golem.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        So I found out after dying 25 times on the roots that using the jump pad is WAY easier. Just make sure youre on the very far left of the jump pad, as far left as you can get while its still boosts you, then wait like 2-3 seconds to double jump and you should land all the way down at the bottom with zero fall damage

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          A friendly reminder that the golem next to this drops NOTHING and is absolutely not worth the trouble. Just pick up the ash and never come back.

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            Crosspost with the AoW-Page itself...

                                                                                            Costs 20FP and consumes one piece of ammunition per use. Fires a volley of 12 arrows, originating from right above the target (roughly 2,5 seconds after pressing the trigger button - spread is around 2,5m in radius, so it is best used again larger targets). The target area is determined the moment the arrow leaves the bowstring.

                                                                                            If no target is locked or the target is out of range, the arrows will instead fall down right above the player. The range is roughly 2/3 of the normal lock on range, but can be extended to further than that with the Arrow's Reach Talisman.

                                                                                            The type of ammunition shot is also used by the rain, meaning that this can quickly apply bleed, rot, poison, etc.

                                                                                            Most of the time it takes 3-4 volleys to apply the status effect to a boss (from personal experience - test subject being Radahn and the Magma Wyrm with a Longbow +13).

                                                                                            10/10 AoW

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              Getting this ash is honestly one of the worst experiences in elden ring. Descending those roots is annoying as hell, fall damage is so inconsistent feels as if someone at From flips a coin everytime you drop off a ledge to determine if you take no damage or instadeath. And when you do get to the bottom laser golem forces you to hide behind pillars while he gets free swings at you and if you mess up you get to do the same bs all over again. 10/10 game experience.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                For big, slower moving targets (ex.Dragons) its a great skill for stacking up any status effect like your Bleeds, poison, frostbite, rot etc but small targets.. well sometimes when you shoot the skill, the arrows will land making a perfect circle around the target with not one hitting. Then they turn and look at you...

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  What is the range on this? I picked it up because it seems like an awesome skill for inflicting status ailments, but the range seems really short. I was locked onto an enemy and when I shot, it rained them down directly on me. I noticed I had to be pretty close for it to rain down on my target. Is this a fluke or do you really need to be really close to an enemy for it to work?

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    This thing is the KING of applying status effects with as few special arrows used as possible, and the damage is nothing to sneeze at for regular archery as well.

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