Radahn Soldier Ashes

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Type Spirit Summon
FP Cost 71 HP Cost -
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Summons two Radahn Soldier spirits

Radahn Soldier Ashes is a Spirit and Summon in Elden Ring. Radahn Soldier Ashes summons 2 spirits of Radahn's soldiers, who can be quite powerful as they have shields and fire-based weapons.

Radahn Soldiers can also be found as Enemies in Elden Ring. For more information, see Radahn Soldier.

 

Ashen remains in which spirits yet dwell. Use to summon the spirits of two of Radahn's soldiers.

Both spirits wield fiery weapons to perform powerful skills. Such is their valor that they will immediately attack after being summoned.

General Radahn's soldiers were all reputed to be masterful warriors, and it was popularly said that the Redmanes knew no weakness.

 

Where to find Radahn Soldier Ashes

Where to Find Radahn Soldier Ashes

  • Found in the War-Dead Catacombs at the northern tip of Radahn's arena. Go up the stairs to the back right of the first room and go left. Past the archer at the end of the hall turn right, turning right again at the end of that hall past the greatsword knight. Jump through the window to the right near the end of this hall. Go left up the stairs and the ashes will be in a room in front of you behind a knight. See it on the Elden Ring Map here.

 

Elden Ring Radahn Soldier Ashes Guide

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    • Anonymous

      How come people are simping for Soldier of Godric, when these two grunts can whoop Malenia's second phase scarlet rot ass on their own.

      • Anonymous

        These two chads helped me with Malenia. The fact that she gets knocked over by the greatsword wielding one and staggered by the torch wielding one made her second phase easy.

        • Anonymous

          not much love for war dead catacombs. Is it possible to get these spirit ashes by doing a smash and grab? sprint right to them, then straight back out? or are they deep in the catacomb?

          • If you don't want to level your Mind but want something like Banished Knight Oleg, these two are the next best thing. They're very aggressive like him and have a habit of staggering bosses, plus fire damage can be situationally better. They aren't AS good as Oleg, Destroyer of Poise but, like I said, low FP cost so definitely would recommend.

            • Anonymous

              These guys are fantastic for my STR/INT build since I'm using so many cold infused weapons. No delay between procs when these guys are around, stunlocking most bosses

              • Anonymous

                Accidentally summoned them against the Ancient Hero of Zamor in Giant-Conquering Hero's Grave. A pleasant surprise when they near solo'd the boss by just harassing it with their fire attacks.

                • Anonymous

                  They're probably fine in a boss room, but if you're wandering around and summon them they'll immediately attack anything closeby but they just stay where they are after the fight ends even if you're being attacked elsewhere. If they can't see it, they'll just stand wherever the previous fight ended. Probably only want to call these guys in a boss room. Pretty solid besides this weird issue. Just about every other summon I've used follows you around.

                  • Anonymous

                    They don't have shields. One has a 2-handed sword and the other has a sword + torch combo. Their defense is sheer offence.

                    • Anonymous

                      Good Medium-class summon. They have a nice DPS and above average healthpool, but their main advantage is the constant fire damage. Very good against beasts and plants.

                      • Anonymous

                        So your cookie cutter mid game summon: these guys, engvall, oleg, ogha, or imps? Idc about luthel because she doesnt attack.

                        • Anonymous

                          I found them outstanding against Malenia. Their fire attack kept knocking her over and preventing her from attacking. As a mage I could simply throw ice attacks at her while she was on the floor. A song of ice and fire if you like.

                          • Anonymous

                            they are powerful and aggressive, but they don't actually follow you around, instead going out and slaughtering on their own. useful for clearing out areas ahead of you, but if you get separated... they aren't going to follow you, so you have to find them. but if you want to go slaughtering with the boys, few better summons.

                            • Anonymous

                              they are powerful and aggressive, but they don't actually follow you around, instead going out and slaughtering on their own. useful for clearing out areas ahead of you, but if you get separated... they aren't going to follow you, so you have to find them. but if you want to go slaughtering with the boys, few better summons.

                              • Anonymous

                                I leveled these ashes up with about a dozen others and I have to say, the Radahn Soldiers are the best bang for your buck. They deal crazy amounts of damage, but they can get gibbed hard by strong aoes. If you're planning on using them, try to hold the boss aggro as much as possible.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Unlike Godrick soldiers they don't follow you around.
                                  Not a problem against bosses but annoying in the open world.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    follow the guide on youtube, before you you jump out the last windows to reach the lever, there's a room at your left-hand side, there's where the ashes located.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      You can find these in the war-dead catacombs in the desert where you killed Radahn. It's at the very north of it where the mountain and the ocean meet. It's in a secondary tunnel in a pit of rot.

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