Slash Damage

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Category Physical Damage

Slash Damage is one of the Damage Types in Elden Ring. It is one of the eight main Damage Types and belongs to the Physical Damage category. Damage Types are a major part of the calculation that determines how much damage is dealt in Combat and are affected by many factors including your equipment, skills and temporary buffs.

 

Elden Ring Slash Damage Guide

Slash Damage is a type of Physical Damage that is often associated with sharp weapons such as Curved Swords, Daggers and Katanas. Weapons that primarily deal the other damage types can also possess attacks that deal Slash Damage within their movesets. Slash damage is effective against unarmored or lightly armored enemies as well as fleshy creatures.

 

Slash Damage and Players

This section lists information pertaining to Slash Damage and its relation to Players.

 

Buffs

The following Skills, Spells and Items provide a boost to Slash Damage:

Defenses

The following Skills, Spells and Items improve player resistance to Slash Damage:

 

Slash Damage and Enemies in Elden Ring

This section lists information pertaining to Slash Damage and its relation to Enemies and Bosses.

 

 

Immunity

The following Enemies and Bosses are immune to Slash Damage. Immunity indicates that a target is not affected by a given Damage Type.

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Elden Ring Slash Damage Notes & Tips

  • Notes & Tips go here.

 




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    • Anonymous

      Could someone alphabetize that list, or sort it by weapon type, or at least tell us where you're supposed to find this info in game? Cuz between this wiki and the game, it's horribly unclear.

      • Doesn't appear terribly useful in pvp due to the passive poise meta, and doing extra damage against lightly armored enemies seems kinda redundant.

        Anecdotally, most slash weapons seem to inflict bleed so maybe that's the niche I guess.

        • Doesn't appear terribly useful in pvp due to the passive poise meta, and doing extra damage against lightly armored enemies seems kinda redundant.

          Anecdotally, most slash weapons seem to inflict bleed so maybe that's the niche I guess.

          • Doesn't appear terribly useful in pvp due to the passive poise meta, and doing extra damage against lightly armored enemies seems kinda redundant.

            Anecdotally, most slash weapons seem to inflict bleed so maybe that's the niche I guess.

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