Ash of War: Troll's Roar

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Affinity Heavy
Skill Troll's Roar
Effect Grants affinities and skills to an armament.

Ash of War: Troll's Roar is an Ash of War and Upgrade Material in Elden RingAsh of War: Troll's Roar provides Heavy affinity and the Troll's Roar 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 an armament the Heavy affinity and the following skill:

"Troll's Roar: Look into the distance and let out an intense roar, generating a powerful shockwave that blows back surrounding foes. Follow up with a strong attack to slam the armament down."

Usable on large and colossal swords, axes, and hammers.

 

Ash of War: Troll's Roar Location in Elden Ring

Where to find Ash of War: Troll's Roar:

 

Ash of War: Troll's Roar Elden Ring Guide

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Troll's Roar Demonstration

 

 

 

 

Elden Ring Ash of War: Troll's Roar Notes & Tips

  • Damage of Roar increases with Base Damage and Strength Scaling
  • Roar does only Physical Damage
  • Follow up R2 attack damage increases with any scaling stat of the weapon

 

Elden Ring Ashes of War
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    • Anonymous

      wish it still went well wit not heavy infused, but if you want the roar to do damage you gotta go heavy. follow up whatever you want.

      • Anonymous

        Follow R2 heavy does not consume FP. However, depleting your FP after the roar will decrease the follow-up's effectiveness. Damage, stance, etc.

        • Anonymous

          Are you tired of the subterranean shunnin-grounds?

          Are you sick of those mean old imprisoned fellas who decided that they wanted to kill you for something as small as trespassing?

          Do you HATE the naked variety?

          This just in! Omen-B-Gone!

          • Anonymous

            I wouldn't blame you if you thought that this had a long range component considering trolls have a projectile roar and the description makes it sound like this is a projectile and not an AoE. If From were to reclarify any descriptions, this should definitely be the next one.

            • Anonymous

              The follow up strong attack does not require FP, and the dmg of that follow-up changes depending on your AR: With Heavy golem Halberd it was 1987; with Heavy Giant crusher it was 2140. Poise dmg overall is still the same; The staring roar and follow-up is enough to stance-break a troll (tested on the one outside third church of Marika)

              • Anonymous

                Heavy Executioner Greataxe. Highland Axe off-hand. Roar talisman, Dagger Talisman, Claw Talisman. Start with the roar or jump R2. Poise break on follow-up and crit for major damage. Good times!

                • Anonymous

                  I was doing some testing with this ash of war on the sleeping Albinaurics at Palace Approach Ledge-Road site of grace and here's what I got.
                  66 Strength, Roar Medallion, Highland Axe in offand, no other buffs. All weapons that could be infused with ash of war were infused with heavy.

                  Troll's Golden Sword 24+ = 1443 dmg
                  Watchdog's Greatsword 24+ = 1406 dmg
                  Greatsword 24+ = 1406 dmg
                  Giant-Crusher 24+ = 1406 dmg
                  Troll's Hammer 25+ (10 faith) = 1244 dmg

                  Troll's Roar scales with strength and Beast's Roar scales with Dex but could there be a hidden effect on the Troll's Golden Sword that increases the damage on this ash of war? I'm not sure.

                  • Anonymous

                    With a +25 weapon, roar medallion and highland axe, I am consistently hitting endgames enemies for around 1000 damage with the roar alone, and anything that survives gets instantly poise broken by either the roar or the follow up attack. This skill just seems insane to me with it's damage, stagger and poise. It's a lot of fun too, just killing things by yelling

                    • Anonymous

                      For any enemy not a mini boss/boss, this, as of the latest patch will poise through most physical attacks and some weaker attacks of higher tier enemies. The wave itself hits for around 400-500+ with the talisman and looks like a guaranteed knock back and you'll need an uncharged R2 to stagger right after. Great for human enemies in general as it will fling a dude sometimes. I don't recommend this on bosses.

                      • Anonymous

                        For any enemy not a mini boss/boss, this, as of the latest patch will poise through most physical attacks and some weaker attacks of higher tier enemies. The wave itself hits for around 400-500+ with the talisman and looks like a guaranteed knock back and you'll need an uncharged R2 to stagger right after. Great for human enemies in general as it will fling a dude sometimes. I don't recommend this on bosses.

                        • Anonymous

                          This is very useful to have while exploring and dungeon crawling. I was trapped in a tiny tunnel too small to swing my weapons, surrounded by those corpse-meat slimes, getting chipped down and scarlet rotted. Would have died without this skill. The hyperarmor on the roar is surprisingly good.

                          Overall, a really good AoE option for pure strength builds. Perfect for when you're being zerg-rushed by a bunch of annoying enemies. It can also stun flying enemies out of the air if they get too close. IMO, it works best in an off-hand or secondary weapon to be switched to when needed.

                          • Anonymous

                            While probably not the best for using against bosses, I've found the roar part of the AoW to be very useful against swarm enemies. Works great with my Greataxe since it's better suited for dealing damage to one enemy at a time. Plus the roar seems to have a good amount of poise to it

                            • Anonymous

                              Combined with the roar talisman buff this WA hits fairly hard at around 400 to 500 with MASSIVE stagger and poise damage.

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