Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [2]

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Offer to Twin Maiden Husks for new item access

Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [2] is a Key Item in Elden Ring. Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [2] Offer to Twin Maiden Husks for new item access. Key Items in Elden Ring include a wide variety of items found in specific locations or are given by a related NPCs which are used to unlock areas, quests, and to further progress the game's story.

 

The bell bearing of a miner who once dug for smithing stone. 

Offer to the Twin Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold to gain access to the following items: 

- Smithing Stone [3]
- Smithing Stone[4]
- Explosive Stone

 

Where to find Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [2] in Elden Ring

  • Found in a chest in the first hidden chamber of the Sealed Tunnel, accessed by hitting the western wall past the Site of Grace. Drop down into the lower section and look to the west to find the chest. [Elden Ring Map Link]

 

Elden Ring Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [2] Use

Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [2] can be used to gain access to the following items when offered to the Twin Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold

 

Elden Ring Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [2] Notes & Tips

 

Elden Ring Bell Bearings
Abandoned Merchant's Bell Bearing  ♦  Bernahl's Bell Bearing  ♦  Blackguard's Bell Bearing  ♦  Bone Peddler's Bell Bearing  ♦  Corhyn's Bell Bearing  ♦  D's Bell Bearing  ♦  Ghost-Glovewort Picker's Bell Bearing (1)  ♦  Ghost-Glovewort Picker's Bell Bearing (2)  ♦  Ghost-Glovewort Picker's Bell Bearing (3)  ♦  Glovewort Picker's Bell Bearing (1)  ♦  Glovewort Picker's Bell Bearing (2)  ♦  Glovewort Picker's Bell Bearing (3)  ♦  Gostoc's Bell Bearing  ♦  Gowry's Bell Bearing  ♦  Gravity Stone Peddler's Bell Bearing  ♦  Hermit Merchant's Bell Bearing (1)  ♦  Hermit Merchant's Bell Bearing (2)  ♦  Hermit Merchant's Bell Bearing (3)  ♦  Iji's Bell Bearing  ♦  Imprisoned Merchant's Bell Bearing  ♦  Isolated Merchant's Bell Bearing (1)  ♦  Isolated Merchant's Bell Bearing (2)  ♦  Kale's Bell Bearing  ♦  Meat Peddler's Bell Bearing  ♦  Medicine Peddler's Bell Bearing  ♦  Miriel's Bell Bearing  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (1)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (10)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (11)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (2)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (3)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (4)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (5)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (6)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (7)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (8)  ♦  Nomadic Merchant's Bell Bearing (9)  ♦  Patches' Bell Bearing  ♦  Pidia's Bell Bearing  ♦  Rogier's Bell Bearing  ♦  Sellen's Bell Bearing  ♦  Seluvis's Bell Bearing  ♦  Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing (1)  ♦  Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing (3)  ♦  Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing (4)  ♦  Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing (5)  ♦  Somberstone Miner's Bell Bearing (1)  ♦  Somberstone Miner's Bell Bearing (2)  ♦  Somberstone Miner's Bell Bearing (3)  ♦  Somberstone Miner's Bell Bearing (4)  ♦  Somberstone Miner's Bell Bearing (5)  ♦  Thops's Bell Bearing



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    • Anonymous

      I disagree with holding this back so far into the late-game. Holding basic builds in endgame content has always been a Souls trope. But I found there were many times in my first playthrough I refused to try new weapons since the upgrade was too poor to kill basic enemies. For a game about exploration and finding rewards, you are pigeonholed into 2 or 3 weapons most of the game.

      • Anonymous

        So just fyi, I grabbed the Miners Ball Bearing (2) in my playthrough first, ans gave it to the Twin Finger Maidens before ever having found the first Ball Bearing. As a result, the Twin Finger Maidens aren't offering me Smithing Stones (3) or (4) nor the Explosive Stone. Sadge. Give her the miners ball bearings in order I guess?

        • Anonymous

          Ok so people who suggest putting [3] instead of [2] into the Sealed Tunnel, please consider the following.
          In ER, players are supposed to put certain effort into their progression through the game in order to power up themselves properly, and manage their gear with precision. +18 for non-somber weaponry is already top-notch quality for Altus Plateau and Mt. Gelmir and superior to almost every other area you can get to before reaching Capital Outskirts. Gaining an unrestricted access to +18 weaponry would've instead turned out in people being massively hyped to rush there early game and messing the balance to hell, especially vs. early regions content. What's even more important, it would devaluate the whole intended premise of sticking to a few weapons of choice. This is the same way as why it is inadvisable to pump up all your stats by overleveling because it results in casualization of the game, which you actually want to prevent unless easy play is your conscious decision. Quality experience and sense of accomplishment on the other hand require you to adhere to some reasonable limitations of your capabilities, namely your build and primary means of dealing damage. These shouldn't be easily bypassed, and so they aren't.
          The problem the devs should've been addressed instead is the actual scarcity of lootable and purchasable smithing stones. They are hard to collect without guidance or thorough time-consuming exploration of every nook and cranny in the world. There should be really like 3 times more of regular stones to provide average players with enough materials to upgrade their weapons of choice to around +18 and a little beyond by the moment they're traversing Capital Outskirts.
          Maintaining arbitrary amount of auxuliary gear is also a fair demand, and satisfying it is the exact purpose of these bell bearings. The level they allow you to upgrade lays just before the casualization threshold for most instances, including this one. While you know you are free to toy around with anything you desire, still you are more motivated to use your main gear because of higher DPS, and select it more wisely due to fewer options available. Eventually, the design decision behind placement of bell bearings is to help ensure the way this game is intended to be played.
          As for those who play blind, better solution would've been as simple as create notes with hints on locations of bell bearings, and give them to the merchants. (As if this game was really friendly to playing it blind, that is.)

          • Anonymous

            I guess you're supposed to be farming for stones for your main weapons, then have access to this ball bearing later for the other weapons you wanna try out more easily.

            • Anonymous

              makes no sense that its near the Capital Mid-Late game... the first one should be in limgrave and second one should be near Raya Lucaria

              • Anonymous

                Did this today, was easy. Follow the instructions of getting to altus plateau, and I just ran past all the enemies, grabbed the site of grace, then very easy to the sealed tunnel (at the bottom of a ravine with water in it).

                • Anonymous

                  Honestly better off buying with the bell bearing. Grab the dectus medallions, circle east of stormveil to skip Margit & Godrick, beeline north thru Lucaria, all the way to Caria Manor, jump the crevasse at the eastmost tip, follow the huge path to the Dectus lift, keep shooting east up the stairs, past the next gate, keep going east from the gold tree, make your way down into the drink on the south side, keep heading south until you hit a cave. Go in, hug right, bearing will be in a chest.

                  • Anonymous

                    for everyone that's complaining because it's a late-game area you can literally go there as soon as you start the game so just go there and get it

                    • Anonymous

                      It is amazing how hard difficult it is to figure out where to find this, as nowhere is it mentioned in what ****ing land the "Sealed Tunnel" is located.

                      • Anonymous

                        Yeah its kinda screwed how they gated these bell bearings when the stones are hard to farm BUT for a second playthrough; get a strike weapon to +1/2 and get the bell (1) in raya lucia cavern. +6 that weapon and you can get to atlas plateau easy and get this one. You just need to get to Ruin-Strewn Precipice and run to the grace before the Magma Wyrm. Then just wack that wyrm (might take a few tries) and you are now able to roam the Atlas freely.

                        For leveling up fast just ride to Lennis rise and use the big ball farming method and use the morning star on the almost dead dragon aswell.

                        • Anonymous

                          the fact that you only get this on Altus Plateau, and can get a unique weapon to +9 before even stepping in there shows how they screwed up normal weapons.

                          • Anonymous

                            the fact that you only get this on Altus Plateau, and can get a unique weapon to +9 before even stepping in there shows how they screwed up normal weapons.

                            • Anonymous

                              If you are looking for the SOMBERSTONE miner's bell bearing you are on the WRONG PAGE, it's here => https://eldenring.wiki.fextralife.com/Somberstone+Miner's+Bell+Bearing+(2)
                              Somehow I landed here after looking for the somberstone miner's bell bearing so I understand some of you are a bit puzzled.

                              • Anonymous

                                I'm not sure if people are posting Atlus tunnel as an inside joke, but this item is 100% in Sealed Tunnel. Just grabbed it right now https://imgur.com/a/GbLh0XY. Just get rid of the invisible wall and it will be in the back right of the very first room.

                                • Anonymous

                                  If anyone's like me and explored all of sealed tunnel and didn't find it, the actual location is Atlus Tunnel, it drops from the boss there.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    There are two mines: Old Atlus tunnel, and Atlus Tunnel. The latter is the one you want. The boss will be two crystalian to fight at the same time.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      I have explored ALL of the sealed tunnel and it’s not there unless I’m missing some sort of illusory wall

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I really dislike the way they handled those bell bearings, by the time you get the +3/4s your weapon will be using +5/6s so if you wanna swap youre have to sit at a +12 weapon until you get the one you wanna use.

                                        And wanting multiple weapons to use is basically impossible to keep them at the same level unless you use only sombering stone weapons as your second one.
                                        Then upgrading the weapon also costs like 100k souls just to get it to +12, and probably another 80k+ to +18. (its not that bad but its just the icing on the cake1)

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