Siluria's Woe

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Thrust the weapon in a spiraling motion, surrounding it in a vortex of wind.
Charged attacks have the power to blow away enemies and can fire the tornado forwards. 

Siluria's Woe is a Skill in Elden Ring. Siluria's Woe is a special skill only available for an individual weapon, and cannot be applied to other weapons via Ashes of War. Updated to Patch 1.07.


How to get Siluria's Woe in Elden Ring



Elden Ring Siluria's Woe Guide

  • This is a Unique Skill.
  • FP Cost: 25
  • Deals 27 stance damage
  • This Skill is Chargeable
  • Damage type is Physical Damage and Holy Damage.
  • Damage scales with weapon upgrade level and AR (which for Silura's Tree scales with Strength, Dexterity and Faith).


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

  • Motion speed, attack power and poise during activation have been increased.
  • Damage detection to the weapon part has been added.
  • The projectile now penetrates enemies and some objects when charged.



Elden Ring Siluria's Woe Notes & Tips

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

      For me this always just hits the ground in front of me if I’m locked on to a target — the projectile almost never goes out, which makes it terrible when you want to use it at range. It’s totally fine in melee range, but for some reason it just hits the ground for me 8 or 9 times out of ten. Dark Moon Greatsword used to do the same on stairs and stuff but they fixed that, I hope they fix this too.

      • Anonymous

        If you see this charging up, hear me: Don't rush in, just dodge it. The uncharged version still hits like a train and leaves you open for some nasty r2.

        • Anonymous

          this is a great skill, and the best part is the knock back effect.
          I've been having a blast bullying the knights around the halige tree with this

          • Anonymous

            Even though the weapon scaling is a B in strength, the weapon art is very powerful for faith casters. With 80 faith and 40 strength, the weapon art still slams opponents onto their butts for 2000 damage while using Godfrey’s Icon and Shard of Alexander.

            • Anonymous

              The name's translation is wrong. In JP it's 「シルリアの渦」, meaning "Siluria's Vortex". Can't imagine why the very word "vortex" appeared in the description but was translated as "woe" in the name. Totally unrelated two words...

              • Anonymous

                Just tested this is 1.08, the damage of this skill does not scale with Strength at all, proven by 2 handing as well as using the Starscourge Heirloom. Dex and Faith however do both affect it, possibly stronger with Dex, however my Faith was already over 50 so it may have had diminishing returns.

                • Anonymous

                  People always talk about the other weapon ash you can buy similar to this one, but it's literally pale in comparison. If you have points in str/faith this weapon skill is soooo OP (in PVE, i don't PVP) You can literally 5-6 shot the bosses in Lyndell! and they're resistant to holy! I one shot all the bosses in Lyndell with this, radagon's soreseal, and level 120ish! I did a few jump and R1s, and used the weapon skill once or twice, then R1s, they were all dead. I got so high level using this and the treespear. Seriously OP.

                  • Anonymous

                    OP weapon art vs smaller bosses excluding radagon. Hitting Melania for 2k w/ 70 str, godfrey icon, Alexander shard, holy scorpion, holy damage flask, and +9 spear

                    • Anonymous

                      It does fire the tornado after, however it seems to travel only level if you are locked onto anything, and if it hits the ground at all it vanishes. This means if you fire uphill or hit any terrain it just vanishes, and downhill it will just go over your target's head. It is possible to aim manually but you have no crosshair or anything to assist.

                      • Anonymous

                        Is this bugged? The description is entirely different than what it does. It thrusts into the ground and does the tornado explosion and nothing else after.

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