Let loose a bestial roar to rally the spirit and increase attack power. While active, strong attacks change to savage combo attacks.
Barbaric Roar Buff Details in Elden Ring
How to get Barbaric Roar
- Default Skill of the Club, Curved Great Club, Rusted Anchor, and Spiked Club.
- Default skill of the Butchering Knife.
- Default skill of the Greataxe.
- On a Teardrop Scarab in Ravine-Veiled Village, found by going as far northeast as possible in Lake of Liurnia (near but not accessible from Grand Lift of Dectus).
Elden Ring Barbaric Roar Guide, Notes & Tips
- This is an Ash of War Skill, associated with the Ash of War: Barbaric Roar.
- FP Cost: 16
- The Skill's effect lasts 20 seconds.
- This Skill is not Chargeable
- Greataxe' Barbaric Roar grants roughly 10% AR also changes the Heavy attack into an advancing 3-hit combo.
- Roar Medallion will further increase heavy attack damage by 15% during the buff.
- Works similarly to War Cry, another Ash of War skill, however, depending on which one is used, the heavy attack animation is different.
- Counts as a weapon buff, so it overwrites other weapon buffs like Grease.
- Weapon Attack Patterns
- Straight Sword, Flail, Hammer, and Axe: Two horizontal slashes and one upward diagonal slash. Follow up is a 2 hit combo, an upward slash followed by a heavy overhead slash
- Greatsword, Great Hammer, Greataxe, and Reaper: Two Horizontal slashes and one big downward slash. Follow up is a single massive overhead slash.
- Colossal Weapons and Swords: Identical to Greatsword et al. but the move comes out slightly slower
- Twinblade: A three hit horizontal slashing combo that holds the weapon close to one side of the handle, increasing its range slightly. Follow up attack is a single massive downward thrust
- Spear, Greatspear, and Halberd: Two overhead slashing attacks, followed by an overhead thrust. Follow up attack is a single massive downward thrust
- Fists and Claws: A right cross, followed by a left cross, then ended by a spinning two handed attack. Follow up attack starts with a two handed uppercut, then brings both hands down in a big overhead. Note that when one handed, the attack pattern remains the same, despite the lack of the second hand.
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