Glintstone Pebble (Skill)
Skill that employs the glintstone sorcery of the same name. Follow up with a strong attack to chain this skill into a lunging thrust, performed while the armament is still imbued with glintstone.
Glintstone Pebble is a Skill in Elden Ring. Glintstone Pebble is a regular skill that can be found in Ashes of War and can be applied to Swords and Spears capable of thrusting. The skill uses the Glintstone Pebble sorcery, firing projectiles at the enemy with a follow up lunging thrust. Updated to Patch 1.07.
How to get Glintstone Pebble in Elden Ring
- Default skill on the Lazuli Glintstone Sword.
- Ash of War: Glintstone Pebble is sold by Sorcerer Rogier at Stormveil Castle or the Roundtable Hold for 1,500 .
- Ash of War: Glintstone Pebble can be purchased from Twin Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold after giving them Rogier's Bell Bearing.
Elden Ring Glintstone Pebble Skill Guide, Notes & Tips
- This is an Ash of War Skill, associated with the Ash of War: Glintstone Pebble.
- FP Cost: 8 (4)
- Deals 35 stance damage on a full combo.
- This Skill is not Chargeable
- Unlike its sorcery counterpart, the range on the projectile is significantly limited. Many longer weapon will find greater range out of the actual thrust follow up than the projectile.
- Deals 15 stance damage to enemies with the pebble and an additional Jumping R2's worth of poise damage with the follow-up strike (actual damage dealt is based on weapon type). This is more than sufficient to stagger most regular enemies, presenting the opportunity to deal Critical Damage. Works great with Assassin's Cerulean Dagger, allowing the user to regain most of the FP lost by using the attack.
NOTE: This skill was changed with Patch 1.07 as follows: The Attack Power was Increased.
- The Thrusting follow up attack can be used to add thurst-type attacks to weapons that don't otherwise have them (or have them in limited capacity like quickstep or roll attacks). Specifically, many straight swords have slashing R2s normally, but can be given a thrust heavy attack via this weapon
- The follow-up attack features a strong forward step that extends the normal range of the weapons moveset. This can be an exceptional tool for weapons with inherently long reach, like the Pike.
- Wearing Spellblade Set increases the damage.
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I have been using this a lot in pvp and can confirm there is close to no match to the versatility and damage output for int ashes of war. The pebble alone is a great poke that is cast quite fast and has decent tracking, with good timing it completely nullifies a flask. The lunge can be delayed just enough to catch someone rolling out of the pebble and nukes people in the stratosphere. Best weapons to optimise this are weapons with long reach like spears, since they will also work great in poking as you roll back. Pair this with Magic shrouded tear and spellblade set for max damage (but less defense)
They over nerfed this. Tracking, stun & damage. Thank god because it was really annoying.
Finally, the projectile portion is useable as a medium-range attack.
WHY IS THIS STILL SO BROKEN AFTER 6 MONTHS
remove this piece of ****
I feel the pebble part shouldn't do as muck poise damage as it does
Breaks 61 poise and will kill anyone with 60 vigor or less
How in the world is this thing staggering people at 51 poise armour when it is only supposed to do 15 poise damage
The damage is way, way too much. The only counter for this is Barrier of Gold, otherwise I feel like I get one-shot regardless of my HP.
range is awful but not a bad skill besides that
This ash of war will probably be nerfed because it does far too much stagger and great damage too. Can 2-shot people in PvP.
One of the best weapon arts in the game. Does major damage & has huge stagger potential, combined with safety with its reach & speed.
The actual glintstone to weapon hit is a true combo, meaning it'll always do the 2 hits against human enemies & in pvp. Best part is that you don't need to commit to the full combo since you can kinda confirm if the glintstone hits first.
Wouldn't be surprised if everybody started using this after certain weapon & art nerfs. Also wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of this!
how does it scale when use as a skill compared to with a staff?
why can't i equip glinstone pebble as prisoner?