Gravity Stone Chunk

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item effects icon elden ring wiki guide 55px 18pxEffect
Uses FP to cause a gravitational explosion
attribute scaling elden ring wiki guide 18Scaling
Str C
Int B

FP Cost 5

Gravity Stone Chunk is a Consumable Item in Elden Ring. Most Consumables grant various effects such as restorative properties for recovering HP, removing certain negative status effects or applying temporary buffs and debuffs, while others can be thrown at enemies to deal damage.


Shard of rock found in the wake of a meteorite strike.
It is imbued with a particularly weighty magic.

Throw at enemies, using FP to cause a gravitational explosion.

The desperate ones who scavenge for these shards dub themselves "starcallers."


Where to find Gravity Stone Chunk in Elden Ring


Elden Ring Gravity Stone Chunk Notes & Tips

  • Deals 10 poise damage.
  • You can hold up to 10 Gravity Stone Chunks.
  • You can store up to 600 Gravity Stone Chunks.
  • Sell Value: runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 100 Runes
  • Notably deals Strike-type damage. Can be useful against Crystallian enemies.


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    • Anonymous

      There's a bunch of gravity-themed weapons in the game that require STR and INT but scale better with the former than with the latter: Alabaster Lord's Greatsword, Ruins Greatsword, Starscourge Greatsword, Fallingstar Beast Jaw, and Meteoric Ore Blade. You see these much more rarely than the "meta" STR/INT weapons that scale better with INT (Moonveil, Dark Moon Greatsword, Onyx Lord's Greatsword, Helphen's Steeple) because small investments in INT don't buy you any good utility spells or a spellbook that hits hard enough to be worth casting. This puzzled me for a long time, until I realized the intention: if you're using one of these weapons, then your "spells" are actually consumables! Gravity Stone Chunk and Gravity Stone fan are actually quite decent damage-dealers, are reasonably easy to buy in bulk once you get into the midgame, scale well with your STR investment, don't require taking a hand off of your weapon to "cast" (important with STR weapons, which deal a lot more damage when two-handed), and don't require equipping a separate piece of equipment to "attune" (the weight savings really matter with big weapons and heavy armor). Now obviously two spells isn't a massive spellbook, but the quality and damage is there to make these worth using. All in all, a fun little build direction for the astute big bonk player.

      • Anonymous

        This consumable deals mostly Physical Damage with a smidgen of Magic damage.

        Also, it isn't scaled by Meteorite Staff.

        • Anonymous

          Insanely fun to use along with the gravity stone fan. These do mostly single target damage, so long as the enemy is not hyper mobile, and a respectable amount at that. The Gravity Stone Fan does much less damage, but will kill groups of weaker enemies, like imps, soldiers, and wolves.

          However, obtaining the bell bearing to get unlimited of these is (as far as I've found) to be one of the absolute worst. It's from the Bell Bearing Hunter at the Isolated Shack merchant, and is one of the hardest hitting mini-boss enemies in the game with ample health to back it up. Requires an insane amount of rot arrows to kill with damage over time. I just can't figure out a cheese way to kill them early game.

          • Anonymous

            Been using a Gravity Mage that uses both of the Grav stones along with the spells and several of the weapons. I'm actually somewhat impressed by the damage they can dish out however I find the delay between the rock impacting, the wait and THEN the gravity explosion to make the thing almost unusuable sometimes.

            If an enemy is hit directly by the rock for 1 dmg they can often aggro, turn around, look at you then charge out of the gravity blast before it even triggers. Also freeaiming reveals it's range is quite pitiable. Completely unusuable in pvp even if you freeaim directly to where they roll because of the blast's long delay

            The fan stones do sad small damage but come out instantly and can stagger nearly any man sized enemy

            If both could get a small dmg boost and come out faster they would both be much better.

            • Anonymous

              Handy little things, you use these on your Astrologer against targets that are resistant to magic if you don't happen to have Rock Sling memorized.

              • Anonymous

                These are dropped by the humanoid creatures guarding the craters near the Site of Grace: Beside the Crater-Pocked Glen in the Weeping Peninsula.

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