Envoy's Greathorn

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attack power elden ring wiki guide 18Attack
Phy 121
Mag 0
Fire 0
Ligt 0
Holy 78
Crit 100
guarded damage negation elden ring wiki guide 18Guard
Phy 70
Mag 43
Fire 43
Ligt 43
Holy 55
Boost 50
attribute scaling elden ring wiki guide 18Scaling
Str D
Dex D
Fai D
attributes required elden ring wiki guide 18Requires
Str 28
Dex 12
Fai 24
Colossal Weapon Strike
Great Oracular Bubble FP 28
Wgt. 19.5 passive effects elden ring wiki guide 18Passive -

Envoy's Greathorn is a Colossal Weapon in Elden Ring. The Envoy's Greathorn scales primarily with Strength and is a good Weapon for dealing Holy damage. 

 

Fanned golden horn of the Oracle Envoys. Profoundly weighty, its blows are sure to be felt.

Originally an instrument, but one that cannot be sounded by a mere human. Or perhaps it is too early to sound the call.

 

Where to Find Envoy's Greathorn in Elden Ring

The Envoy's Greathorn weapon can be found at the following location:

  • Dropped by Giant Oracle Envoy. They are found in Miquella's Haligtree
  • Beginning at Haligtree Canopy Site of Grace, head up the branch in front of you and take a left towards the three Oracle Envoys. Immediately after passing the second Oracle Envoy, turn right and jump off the mushroom that leads to another branch containing a large Oracle Envoy. Run past this enemy until you reach a cluster of mushrooms. Jump from here, down to the large branch containing the patrolling giant ants. Sneak past or fight your way through them (if you reset the area and immediately head along through this route, once you jump down onto the large branch, you should only have to deal with one Giant Ant) and head up the branch. This will take you directly to a lone Giant Oracle Envoy.
  • Alternative route can be taken from Haligtree Town Site of Grace: go back and up the ladder, run up the wide branch, jump down from the third cluster of mushrooms onto the narrow branch to the left and then go left again to the first Envoy. Three timed rolls are needed for this part. Flask of Wondrous Physick with Opaline Hardtear and Opaline Bubbletear combined with Lord's Divine Fortification are a tremendous help. Up the branch with first Giant Oracle Envoy is the second one grouped with a Large Oracle Envoy and two Oracle Envoy's.
    • Alternative option: From the Haligtree Town Site of Grace, go back and up the ladder, run onto the wide branch and stop before the first two Scarlet Rot Miranda Sprouts (killing them helps). There should be a part of the branch that sticks up slightly right where the first sprout was, with a disc shape facing away from the Giant Oracle Envoy above. Walking into it or casting spells should not move your character from here, so casting spells with an arc and an explosion such as Cannon of Haima while aiming straight up will kill the first Envoy and prevent the stress of making it onto the same branch. Then it is trivial to kill the second Giant Oracle Envoy and its accompanying Large Oracle Envoy.

Elden Ring Envoy's Greathorn Notes & Tips

 

Moveset & Videos in Elden Ring for Envoy's Greathorn

 

Envoy's Greathorn PvP Poise Damage Values in Elden Ring

Patch 1.10 adjusted PVP Poise Damage of all Weapons including some Spells and Incantations. Please take note that these adjustments are exclusive to PVP.

One-Handed Attacks

  • 1H R1 (1/2/3 Attacks): 576/403.2/403.2
  • 1H R2 (1/2 Attacks): 612/612
  • 1H Charged R2 (1/2 Attacks): 1478.4/1478.4
  • 1H R1 Jumping: 576
  • 1h R2 Jumping: 976.8

Two-Handed Attacks

  • 2H R1 (1/2/3 Attacks): 748.8/524.16/524.16
  • 2H R2 (1/2 Attacks): 795.6/795.6
  • 2H Charged R2 (1/2 Attacks): 1584/1584
  • 2H R1 Jumping: 748.8
  • 2h R2 Jumping: 1082.4

 

Envoy's Greathorn Upgrades in Elden Ring

Please see the Upgrades page to understand the weapon bolstering process.

Requires regular reinforcement with Somber Smithing Stones

This upgrade can be enchanted with Magic or boosted with Consumables.

  Attack Power Stat Scaling Passive Effects Damage Reduction (%)
Envoy's Greathorn Phy Mag Fir Lit Hol Sta Str Dex Int Fai Arc Any Phy Mag Fir Lit Hol Bst Rst
Standard 121 - - - 78 101 D D - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 50 25
Standard +1 138 - - - 89 111 D D - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 50.5 25
Standard +2 156 - - - 100 121 D D - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 51 25
Standard +3 173 - - - 111 131 D D - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 51.5 25
Standard +4 191 - - - 123 141 C C - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 52 25
Standard +5 208 - - - 134 151 C C - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 52.5 25
Standard +6 226 - - - 145 161 C C - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 53 25
Standard +7 243 - - - 157 171 C C - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 53.5 25
Standard +8 261 - - - 168 181 C C - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 54 25
Standard +9 278 - - - 179 191 C C - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 54.5 25
Standard +10 296 - - - 191 202 C C - D - - 70 43 43 43 55 55 25

 




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    • Update to the guide below: pulley crossbow with burred bolts is even faster! If you don't require runes for something else, a killed fatty covers all your bolt shopping needs. It is more satisfying watching them to squeak and squirm from bloodloss, too!

      • Well yes, it's me again with my guides for madlads who want to farm impossibly hard stuff at an impossibly low level. This is how I reliably farmed this from the fat envoy at level 20 (can in fact be done at lvl 1). You need: ambush shard spell, all the int boosting gear for you to cast it (physick and stargazer shall suffice, it only requires 23), all the farming gear and arrows reach talisman (may work without, but you will miss often). Go to the Haligtree Town grace, go up the ladder. Kill the flowers, look back and stand in such position that you can lock on the fat guy but his bubbles don't hit you (hardest part is finding the spot, some trial and error here). Once you did tho, spam the shard. Lock on may sometimes jump off due to angle but it aint really a problem. Killed the guy? Go a bit back (up the tree trunk) and look if he dropped something, you can clearly see it from below. Smol white light? Strip of white flesh, don't bother running to him. Big blue-is light? You did it, be careful on the drop. Grace is nearby, so if you fail an attempt just drop down and rest (for fowl foot users). I tried every other way but this seems to be the most reliable and fast, just have enough blue flasks to kill him.

        • Anonymous

          An easy way to farm this is by sniping the one nearest the Haligtree Canopy site of grace.

          Warp to grace and take a few steps towards where you initially warp to the Haligtree.
          Look east, there will be an open gap where you can safely shoot it down without worry of its projectiles.
          Once dead, peep the corpse with binoculars and look for a blue shiny. If it's blue, it's the horn. If not, rest and repeat.
          One kill takes me 5-6 lightning greatbolt hits (on NG+1) while aiming for the head.

          One baby envoy may aggro and slowly hop over to you, just fling him off with a bolt.

          • Anonymous

            AoW is not bad but if you were able to cast more bubbles while holding the button (maybe at a higher fp cost per bubble, and stamina cost increase), this could compete with other high tier weapons. After all you literally have a win button with the envoy longhorn so another broken weapon makes no difference in this game

            • Anonymous

              Probably the most abysmal drop grind in the entire game, only behind anyone possessed with the thought of farming a legitimate stack of Golem Magic Arrows.

              • Anonymous

                Hmm, got the item in about 10-15 mins, with silver scarab. At the 5th attempt. From the grace below, up the ladder and kill the 3 plants. Then, edge slowly up the tree till you can just see the top of his head, he cant hit you. Then 11 blood arrows. After each kill check for a blueish item on the ground, you can see it from the same location. It doesn't just appear in your inventory! Hope that helps as feeling a little guilty i got it so quick. There's no need to take any damage using the above method

                • Anonymous

                  t-rex arm length, double c scaling and a d at max level, generic ultra weapon moveset, l2 only fires one easily dodgeable/parryable bubble and drops only from the most obnoxious enemy in the game (somehow) in which there's 3 of hidden behind like 20 other enemies each topped with an abysmally low drop rate, just use the great club since this isn't even remotely worth it

                  • Anonymous

                    For anyone trying to farm this, pro tip: equip Crepus's Vial and run past the 3 small envoys. Go right down the branch near the medium envoy, you can make a somewhat difficult jump down to the level where big boy is. Just wait for the ant to pass and you can run right to him. You never have to fight any other enemies besides fatty this way, good luck!

                    • Anonymous

                      So Im farming with mohg spear, and the fat **** dies from bloodboon ritual during his slam attack mid air, and drops the horn mid so I can't reach it.

                      • Anonymous

                        To help out anyone farming this damn thing, here's my way of farming it, note that you will need either 68 Int for Ranni's Dark Moon, or 70 for Rennala's, I use Ranni's because it both does Frost Damage and requires a little less Int to cast. I also recommend Terra Magicka, and either a quick spell for the little rot flowers(you will obviously be doing this grind from the Haligtree Town Grace) or a quick but strong weapon like the Carian Knight's Sword for example. The armor and talismans I use: Silver Tear Mask(Raises Discovery the most out of all discovery raising items, in exchange for like 20 AR), the rest of the set can be whatever you want, I recommend shooting for either light load or high rot resist(the latter doesn't help much tbh), for talismans I go with: Magic Scorpion(higher magic AR, kind of self explanatory, damage negation doesn't matter since the only attack you can be hit by is a pure holy one(the bubbles), Silver Scarab(more discovery, also self explanatory), Graven-Mass(once again an AR increase, a kind of small one, but any help is good), 4th talisman can be Haligdrake +2 for the chance you get hit by bubbles, or either Stargazer if you needed to respec/level to use Ranni's moon and need 5 more levels, or Marika's Soreseal if you want both 5 more int levels AND Arcane for more Discovery (In Hindsight just use this one, only downsides is that it makes you take more damage and it's past Loretta further into the Haligtree). For flask use the free FP tear and higher magic damage tear(only use the flask after killing the first Envoy). Finally, for weapons, like I said take a quick weapon for the flowers, for staves use Rennala's to cast and Lusat's on offhand for more AR for more FP cost. Now that you are over prepared for something you are probably only doing if you are a collector or you are making a build using this thing, head back and climb up the ladder. Kill the two rot flowers under the first bubble blowing baby, then stand at an angle that you can shoot moons at the thing with(I recommend going right past where the flowers were sitting, before the next flowers), and you'll see the reason why I chose the moon to farm it, the moon has the same spell absorbing quality of Eternal Darkness, so most if not all of the bubbles will be absorbed and the moons will destroy it. Now go onto the branch that leads up there and see if it dropped the horn(it'll have the rare weapon drop color) if not, turn around and go up the large branch the leads to 1 of each kind of Oracle. Go up far enough that your moons won't hit the branch instead of your target, and lay down Terra. Target the largest one, drink that buff flask, and unleash the unbridled power of the moon on those bubble blowers, if your angle is right, you should also kill the baby one in one moon and the one that has the Placidudsax slaying horn in two, before killing the big one in a couple more. Check their loot, and if it's a no go, then you know what to do(Keep in mind I did this in NG+6 so you should be able to kill them in a lower amount of moons in lower NGs. Hope this helps you insane completionist/niche weapon user! Oh and PSA: Please for the love of god and your own mental health, do not try to get all weapons spells and armor sets before Shadow of The Erdtree comes out, this has been hell. The Latenna set alone has been horrible to finally get because I refuse to kill her for the guaranteed drop, and the real Archers in Consecrated do an ungodly amount of damage. Unaltered Banished Knight was also painful because of those hella over-tuned Knights in Farum Azula and Castle Sol. Happy Hunting Tarnished! ;)

                        • Anonymous

                          I know it sounds weird but after trying several weapons in arena, this became one of my favourites for duels. Not meta damage at all, weird scaling and mediocre range for its kind, but a lot of people seem to forget the bubbles can be freeaimed. After a bit of practice I have to say this weapon is nowhere near as bad as people paint it, and as an added bonus, it's extremely funny to get victories with.

                          • Anonymous

                            Only worth getting for the memes/completionism. Envoy's longhorn is better overall. Don't waste your time.

                            • Anonymous

                              these items are insane to farm for. . i thought the monks flame blade was bad and then i went formthe magma blade which was even worse, but then you have this. . only 3 enemies in the game and all of them are in super hard to reach spots, surrounded by other enemies. .and then they themselves are super tanky and do massive damage AND THEN it's only 2% chance on top of that?! i can't get this thing to drop even with 274 discovery, which should be 5% chance, or 1/20, but it feels like i have killed over 50 of these

                              • Anonymous

                                I was able to get the Envoy's Greathorn in 6 attempts. I highly recommend using the Silver Scarab (talisman) to boost your discovery. I had discovery of 208 with the talisman equipped.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Two colossal envoys above Haligtree Town site of grace each dropped one greathorn on the 5th try after I maxed out item discovery, and the funny thing is, I only wanted to get one. Are there other guys who never had trouble farming these rare weapons (though I had pretty painful time getting cleanrot spear)?

                                  Speaking about profit of the weapon, the poise damage on its AoW is criminally low.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Does ~340 dmg r1 in pvp on 28 str, 50 fth… which is less damage than a sacred infused mace r1. The L2 hits for about 8-900dmg in pvp, which beats sacred blade by only 2-300… NOT worth the farm. Sacred mace beats this for 12str and then sacred great mace does double the r1 damage for 28str. Just saying…

                                    • Anonymous

                                      For some reason I never had problem with farming this, I just got one on NG+5 first try. Know this info will not help you to get your own greathorn, but this is insane to me. Feels like actual drop rate is 20% instead of 2%

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Honestly, a fun and over-hated weapon. Sure, it's not the Envoy Longhorn, but the bubble hits really hard (around double the damage of the Envoy Horn, averaging maybe a couple hundred below the longhorn), and it has an alright sized AoE on the bubble burst. Can be really good against stronger, but not huge enemies. It is a shame that it has less Faith scaling than both of the other horns though. Definitely could use a tiny buff though. A shame it got hit with all the other Colossal weapons, especially since it's probably once of the shortest colossal weapons.

                                        For huge enemies, the Longhorn's definitely the way to go. but for smaller but still beefier enemies, Greathorn all the way.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          You would think that "da big one" would at least have one or two better stats than the Envoy's Long Horn considering it's the next weapon up in a triad. Maybe a C in Faith but an A in Strength, or a C in Strength but an A in Faith.
                                          As it stands not only is this nightmarish to farm, but it's inferior to the Envoy's Long Horn in every way, including range and dmg. Even the spell version of Great Oracular Bubble does more damage since it got buffed!

                                          Funny to hit someone with though.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            I just platinumed the game yesterday. Also completed my first ever NG+. This godamn thing is my next challenge. Probably get it around the time the dlc comes out.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              everyone saying they took hours to farm this when i fell so fkn much off the haligree roots that i organically got it because i had to run past that one guy every time i died

                                              • Anonymous

                                                I've been farming it for the last day. I finally get it to drop but I killed the envoy mid-jump attack so the drop was in the air and I couldn't get it. I am now genuinely angry and the game owes me this stupid horn!

                                                • After farming for 2 hours (~250 discovery) I decided that the Long Horn is better anyway and skipped this ugly abomination.
                                                  Both paths described above have their (dis)advantages, but with Assassin's Gambit the Haligtree Town one is faster and more secure (if you don't aggro the buried Rotten Miranda Sprouts along the way, or they will alert the Giant Oracle Envoy). On the other hand, the other path has another Long Horn Envoy, if you are farming both weapons (like I did until the Long Horn dropped). Assassin's Gambit also comes in handy for the Canopy path, so the ants and small envoys above them won't aggro.

                                                  I tried to get all weapons in my first playthrough, but this Greathorn is the only (farmable) one I skipped in the end. Can't be bothered. 2 Magma Blades already cost 6 hours of my life. Not again :D

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    Well after 2 hours of farming I just got 2 in a row. Got like 166 discovery with consumable item. My question is why it’s just a one bubble? I thought I’m gonna shot a little more of them

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Actually an easy farm, the mob has a high droprate, just kill the one just above the Haligtree Town site of grace with ranged attacks, put your Haligdrake Talisman +2 and Lord's Divine Fortification on and he won't be doing much damage to you with his bubbles. I got 2 of these within 8 kills. The scarlet rot flowers under his spawn location are a bigger pain than he is, honestly.

                                                      • This weapon is a huge disappointment and inferior to the Envoy's Long Horn in all possible ways:
                                                        - It weight twice more
                                                        - Consume 25% more Stamina and 50% more FP
                                                        - Is slower and have less reach
                                                        - Has a lower aoe
                                                        - Has the same amount of damage with regular / heavy attack (2 pts difference)
                                                        - The skill does 50% to 75% less damage
                                                        - Has a drop rate of 2% (vs 4% for long horn)

                                                        This weapon is in dire need for a buff.
                                                        Note: Poise damage was decreased in patch 1.08, rendering the weapon even more useless than it previously was

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          Takes an assload of stats, has meh scaling until endgame, has slow ash of war with little hyperarmor, is short af compared to other colossals, and has the stock cruddy moveset of all colossals. yup, this is one of the elden ring weapons of all time

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            Pulley crossbow it's head from a safe distance on the branch below it near the Haligtree Town grace. Other ranged attacks may work.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              I never have this issue but I swear I can't get this thing to drop. Drop rate is way too low honestly, should've been a guaranteed drop if you kill all three in any order

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                This weapon is just not worth it, but this is the pain you gotta go through if you want to have every single weapon in the game

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Figured it wasn't an item we could get until I accidentally got it on my second playthrough (as an arcane build). I feel a bit guilty seeing this comment section :/

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    Still working on this one on my collector character. I wasn't made about it until my SL1 (full clear) character killed a couple to get to the Oracle Ashes and got this thing for the 1 dude I killed. My SL1 character also got Warhawk blade on the first bird he ever killed and Iron Sword from Lion Misbigotten. Always get the drops on the character that doesn't need them the most.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      waste of time farming this piece of crap. i know we normally get the dollar store version of skills but this is the 1 cent version. u get 1 bubble... 1... smh

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        Got it at a super low lvl with zero weapon upgrades by using assassins approach AoW and going behind the large oracle envoy and onto the edge of the branch behind him, then I used a pulley crossbow with bleed and cold to shoot the great envoy from far away and the bubbles would hit the branches in between us so I couldn't even get hit. You dont even need the arrow reach talisman, and the ants basically cant see you with assassins approach on so you just need to run down and see if you got it then die and try again

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          Farmed for 3 hours now and haven't gotten it. Anybody out there willing to drop it for me? I'll back up my save after and then give it right back to you so that way you don't actually lose it. My discord is Church#3979

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            After thinking & searching how i would continue with my madness build in NG & going for that ending; i found a head item & this weapon in my inventory... removed the black dumpling , put on some robes.

                                                                            In another way as whining about the droprate, i decided to post;

                                                                            The AoW of this weapon is not buffed by the 'Roar Medalion' , eventho i fantasy that the bubble uses the breath of the character i'm controlling.

                                                                            and... 'Roar Medalion' doesn't buff Howl of Shabriri .

                                                                            Aber... erhm maar... erhm but... ; mais 'Howl of Shabriri' does boost the bubbles from this art of war.


                                                                            By the way to make it more made; i equiped it the canon shield... so it gets more confusing to do what AoW?

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              How to farm for this crap.

                                                                              Get the Black Bow. Get the Blue Dancer Charm. Get both of the arrow talismans. Get the Ritual Sword Talisman.

                                                                              Start at the grace below it.

                                                                              Kill the first 3 flowers.

                                                                              Black Bow Glass Cannon Barrage!

                                                                              Honestly having buffs like Golden Vow and Flame, Grant me Strength also help.

                                                                              This method is far less annoying than the usual one from the canopy.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                My last weapon to farm. I spent 3 ish hours trying to get it, then I got sloppy and died right as I killed the big guy. Had to see that purple item disappear with the 'you died' screen.... ****ing gigadoot.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  I found the easiest framing method for me was to start at the haligtree town site of grace. Equip bolt of gransax, lords divine fortification and blessing of the erdtree. Kill the first 3 flowers until you have the room to throw the bolt at the puffy holy monstrosity and repeat until you got it....done..

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    6 hours in grinding these guys with a silver mask a silver scarab and silver pickled fowl foot and no horn

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      I found a way to farm it that is reasonably effective; from Haligtree town, go up the ladder and sprint to the first area on the branch that doesnt have rot sprouts, by then the first volley from the Envoy will be almost in so simply dodge into them to make short work of it, then sprint to the area near the 2 mushrooms you need to jump off from and dodge the 2nd volley in similar fashion. Jump off, be wary because a 3rd volley is coming and they tend to weasel between the branches so be ready to dodge or tank a hit or two, afterward simply sprint unto the branch that go toward the giant and youll be safe. Then stay on the junction of the branch you're on and the branch the giant is on, and it'll spam volley into the ground whithout moving, allowing for an easy kill, especially if you use the Envoy longhorn as to shoot over the branch protecting you. While I recommend just going back go grace after he is dead, if you're feeling courageous there is another giant to your right but be wary as he is protected by goons, so imo not really worth the hassle. You can even safely pop a silver pickled fowl thingie from this spot as he cannot hit you.

                                                                                      With 99 arcane, silver scarab and silver pickled fowl leg, I got it in less than half an hour.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        I hate the platforming aspect of FS games. I am glad it took less than an hour to farm at max arcane with silver scarab. Collecting everything in the game and this farm was the worst.

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          There are only TWO enemies in the whole game - both in out-of-way places. WHY do they still have a chance to drop that white meat?

                                                                                          • I started the game with the idea that I could build my character around this cool looking weapon that I had seen on some youtube videos.
                                                                                            Then I realised I had to go through nearly the entire game before I could get it. Why are you always doing this to me, FS ?

                                                                                            • Friends: If you are farming this after obtaining Lord's Divine Fortification (available after defeating Malenia from Gideon at the roundtable by speaking to him), just pop this before farming these big guys. It will make your life so much easier. You need 27 FTH to use; equip the two fingers talisman if you need a +5 to get there. The giant horn attacks went from one shotting me if I didn't time shield just right to being an annoyance more than anything, which I will take over deaths mid-farm any day of the week ;) Best of luck, bros and sisters.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                If you kill the one near the grace it's not to bad. Just run naked with with RoB and Blue Dancer Charm. Should be able to kill it before it attacks. For extra safety I drink physick with Opaline hardtear and bubbletear. Make you take almost no damage from the first hit if you fail to kill it before the first swing.

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  My farm method:
                                                                                                  Go to Haligtree Town
                                                                                                  Climb ladder
                                                                                                  Sprint through miranda sprouts, with the damage negation tear, with max holy damage negation talismans, jump down and sprint to first Giant Envoy
                                                                                                  Spam Rivers of Blood, then go to second group
                                                                                                  Spam Sacred Relic Sword on group of envoys, then switch to RoB to finish off second Giant Envoy
                                                                                                  Run along tree, jump left onto the roof, and down back to grace.
                                                                                                  Took me an hour with trying a few routes and dying occassionally, but never when I used this method.
                                                                                                  Could also use crimsonwhorl bubbletear instead of the damage negation one.


                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    Why does the weapon with a bunch of horns shoot a single bubble, while the weapon with a single horn shoots a bunch of bubbles?

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      Kind of expected from FromSoft to put the farm for the big weapon that has both strenght and faith,their less favored attributes,in the arguably shittier position possible in the game

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        Sorcerers — Start from the Haligtree Site of Grace. Go up the ladder and clear out the three Miranda Roots to get space, and then dash up, turn around and just use Ranni's Dark Moon to annihilate the big Oracle. The spell not only cancels all of the bubbles that it hits, but it also draws them into it as it travels. You're completely safe this way and it is infinitely faster, because you can just run up to the branch and over as soon as that one's down. It's an absolute breeze.

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          Suppose I got lucky in that I finally got one after only an hour or so of grinding. I had 4 longhorns as well from killing the medium-sized fella in the way, so I handed 'em off to some random folks doing co-op at Radagon/Elden Beast lol. Share the doot

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            Be aware that trying to farm this will cause "strip of white flesh" to become your most despised item in the game

                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                              Its more efficient to start from the Haligtree Town site of grace, climb the ladder, and kill then 2 giant oracles that are behind you than to follow the suggested guide. Climb the ladder, run past the rot flowers, drop down on the small branch to the left, follow the path up to the two giant oracles. You can farm all 3 with this method.

                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                Decided to farm this on my level 56 pvp character, my patience was rewarded by getting 2 in a row. Don't give up!

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