Reduvia Blood Blade

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Slash with the wicked dagger, transforming its never-drying bloodstains into airborne blood blades that cause blood loss.
Can be fired in rapid succession.

Reduvia Blood Blade is a Skill in Elden Ring. Reduvia Blood Blade is a unique Skill that sends projectiles that cause Hemorrhage. Updated to Patch 1.07.

How to get Reduvia Blood Blade in Elden Ring

  • This skill is unique to the Reduvia and can only be found on this weapon.


Elden Ring Reduvia Blood Blade Guide

  • This is a Unique Skill
  • FP Cost: 6
  • Deals 6 stance damage per swing
  • This Skill is not Chargeable but can be used multiple times in a row.
  • This Skill cannot be Parried (the blood projectile can be Parried with Carian Retaliation)
    • This Skill can be Parried if performed with no Focus
  • Damage type is Physical Damage.
  • Damage scales with weapon upgrade level, Arcane, and Dexterity (and Strength to a much lesser extent)
  • Unlike Blood Blade, this skill does not cost HP.


Note: This Skill was changed with Patch 1.07 as follows:

  • Attack power has been increased.
  • Damage detection to the weapon part has been added.



Elden Ring Reduvia Blood Blade Notes & Tips

  • Updated to patch 1.07. See Patch Notes for details.
  • Other notes and player tips go here. 
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    • Anonymous

      If used in melee range it deals extra damage and more bleed. so in bigger enemies you can go into their face (or feet probably) and spam the skill to deal damage from the projectile and from the dagger

      • Anonymous

        Is it possible to obtain 2; I ask only behest myself because I want to dual wield them and maybe power stance them. As well as an avenue for one in my right for main hand and a second one for a quick second. I want to use it with the sword of night and day as well and another great sword; for quick attacks and quick duals and many ways to use em.

        • Anonymous

          Unlike normal Blood Blades, this scales with your weapon's AR directly, allowing it to strike a bit harder than other Blood Blades. There might be an oversight where the melee component gets bonus Bleed buildup instead of the projectiles, which can get a bit absurd with ARC scaling...

          • Anonymous

            Tested this AoW with Winged Sword Insignia and Millicent's Prosthesis. The blood projectile does benefit from the increased attack power (as one would expect) but does NOT by itself trigger the talismans' effects. However, the hitbox of the dagger swings during the animation DO trigger the talismans. So for maximum damage with this setup be sure to use the AoW in point blank range.

            • Anonymous

              great for killing greyl go to the leg and spam the ash of war and when one more bleed proc is left go to the back leg kill greyll and then go back to the grace instantly then repeat

              • Anonymous

                Used Reduvia Blood Blade to wear down what I found to be two of the game’s most infuriating bastards: Black Blade Kindred and the Crumbling Farum Azula Draconic Tree Sentinel. Stayed at midrange, just within RBB’s max effective distance. Dodge, flick, repeat. Arguably mildly cheesy, but having to learn patterns and dodge direction and timing helped to maintain some sense of risk/reward.

                • With the 1.07 update nerf to dual-wielding status build up, and the buff to this skill (where it now hits with the weapon itself as well as the blood blade if you're in range), this is the fastest way to apply bleed in the game, including when compared to power stanced seppuku godskin peelers. If you want bleed, this is your ticket.

                  • I did some testing and here are my results for how much Bleed Buildup the skill grants with a +10 Reduvia:

                    94 Bleed Buildup at base 13 Arcane (Weapon has 52 Bleed Buildup)
                    161 Bleed Buildup at 50 Arcane (Weapon has 89 Bleed Buildup)
                    179 Bleed Buildup at 99 Arcane (Weapon has 99 Bleed Buildup)

                    Let's do some "Blood loss per second" comparisons at 50 Arcane:

                    13.8 seconds for 18 uses of Reduvia Blood Blade (1.3 attacks per second)
                    209.3 "Blood loss per second" with Reduvia Blood Blade

                    Now let's compare to simply attacking with the weapon normally.

                    9.5 seconds for 18 attacks with Reduvia Weapon (1.89 attacks per second)
                    168.6 "Blood loss per second" with Reduvia Weapon

                    Now let's compare to normal powerstanced +25 Blood Daggers (110 blood loss):

                    10.7 seconds for 27 attacks with Powerstanced Daggers (2.52 attacks per second)
                    277.2 "Blood loss per second" with Powerstanced Blood Daggers

                    As you can see, the Weapon Skill produces considerably more bleed than the weapon attacks itself and has range, but the skill is slower than attacking, and uses FP. If you're looking for raw bleed, powerstanced Blood Daggers are the way to go, although Reduvia is still perfectly viable as a weapon.

                    • It's a decent weapon art and very fitting for the weapon. Your mileage may vary, but you might find it to be useful in a number of situations where you need to inflict hemo but just swinging wildly in close quarters isn't a great option.

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