Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [3]

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Offer to Twin Mainden Husks for new item access

Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [3] is a Key Item in Elden Ring. Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [3] Offer to Twin Mainden 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 [5]
- Smithing Stone [6]

 

Where to find Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [3] in Elden Ring

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  • The bell bearing is found in Zamor Ruins in the Mountaintop of the Giants area. The chest is in a cellar at the very SW tip of the ruins, down one flight of stairs. From the Zamor Ruins grace site, head straight south using Torrent to jump the cliff, past a white bird, then it's just east after passing the tallest building ruin. Standing on the west cliff, it can be obtained with stealth by sneaking behind the guard.  Elden Ring Interactive Map Link

entrance to bell bearing cave zamor

 

Elden Ring Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [3] Use

Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [3] is a bell bearing that can be used to gain access to the following items when offered to the Two Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold

 

Elden Ring Smithing-Stone Miner's Bell Bearing [3] 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 (2)  ♦  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

      Miner's Bell Bearings now carry over to New Game+ (Patch 1.05).

      This applies to most other Bell Bearings, except those gotten from slaying merchants and other non-hostile NPCs, iirc. Hope the pages get updated.

      • Anonymous

        For the people complaining about it's location how about you stop and think,

        by the time you get to the mountain top, you should've already picked most of the prior areas of most of their smithing stones that the bell bearing provides

        God forbid you actually explore an open world game, honestly it'd take less time to farm the stones and runes to upgrade your gear than it would to farm the runes you'd need to buy all the stones needed and then upgrade them at the smith

        • Anonymous

          I miss DS3's Titanite spam so much. It fixed the issue I had with the 2 previous DS games, especially 1. I never expected FromSoft to regress so much in this aspect of game design. So many cool and interesting weapons in Elden Ring, and they're all useless because they cannot be upgraded.

          Falchions 'till the end, I guess.

          • Anonymous

            It honestly seems like a mistake that this is so late in the game, like i'd have expected the 4 bearing to be here wtf

            • Anonymous

              Dont get the whining about how late it is. There no lack of smithing stones up until this point. Imo they want you to go explore to get material instead of farm souls and sink em into a vendor. Considering yhis is the first open world 'souls' game thats understandable. The only thing you get with this is convenience to upgrade more weapons. But souls have always had the idea of focusing on a few weapons early on. I dont even think most of em had vendors with unlimited supply for higher lever material, only farming from mobs. If you desperately need to get a lot on a new char im sure theres a way to do that within an hour.

              • To quote Les Snead of the LA Rams...
                "Eff them Smithing Stones, get some Somber"
                Seriously, this is just a complete crapshow in comparison. You can literally buy up to +4 in Somber from a vendor for a small amount without beating a single boss. You can literally take ten minutes early to get to that vendor/blacksmith in The Lakes.
                That basically equates to a +10 weapon without really doing too much. I hope in future updates they give more love to basic weapons. Your best shot early to middle game is starting with a Somber weapon in mind.

                • Anonymous

                  Unbelievable that they put this in mountaintop of the giants.
                  The only thing having a lot of smithing stones of the same level does is offer variety and the opportunity to experiment with new weapons.
                  Why deny players that?

                  • Anonymous

                    It's like no one here whinging about this being a fair way into the game ever played souls games before. You always have to focus on getting 1 or 2 weapons high reinforced till your later in the game. Stop expecting everything to be handed to you.

                    • Anonymous

                      To everyone complaining about getting this 'late game', it's not that late and you can find and farm shards before this to upgrade your main weapon.
                      This is just unlocking the convenience of buyable upgrades for extra weapons.

                      It's not convenient that it's this far in but it'd make things easy if it was earlier.

                      • Anonymous

                        High atop a vast wasteland deep in endgame territory is the item needed for some noob to make his staff or sword viable in mid game. Thanks From!

                        • Anonymous

                          Fromsoft really dropped the ball with the smithing stones on vendors with this game. There's absolutely no need for this item to be as far in the game as it is, and it's a similar story for the rank 2 bell bearing and all the Somber ones as well.

                          Where we get this, we should get the Rank 4 bell. A more appropriate location for this would be the Sealed Tunnel, where you get the Rank 2 bell. A more appropriate location for the rank 2 bell would be where you get the Rank 1 bell in Liurnia. The rank 1 bell could be appropriate inside Stormveil, or even just on the Twins by default.

                          It's a bit absurd, really. If you upgrade a weapon in a playthrough and get bored with it, you better either suck it up and (almost) finish NG with it or spend several hours farming for drops.

                          • Considering its really easy to get weapons using Somber Smithingstones to +9 before seeing godrick and +10 right after him we should be able to make out weapons go to +21 on atlus plateau or capital.

                            Kinda weird that unique weapons are so favored in Eldenring compared to older games where you either needed rare demon titanite or titanite scales.

                            • Anonymous

                              Is there another set of stairs? The chest I found I must have looted because the miner ball bearing 3 isn't there and I don't have the option to buy 5/6 from twin maiden

                              • Anonymous

                                Can confirm ( i went 5 minutes ago )
                                The Smithing-Stone Bearing (3 )
                                Witch give access to lvl 5 and 6 Smithing stones is in " Zamor Ruins "and (it's east from the Grand Lift of Rold,site of grace.
                                In the Mountaintops of the Giants area.

                                When you get there keep following the ruins until you reach Zamor ruins,somewhere around the south-western part of the ruins,you will find staircases leading down.There is no ennemy,just a chest,with the Bearing lvl 3 in it.
                                Hope it help !

                                • Anonymous

                                  Lol they put something that helps bring your gear to 70% it's potential so far. Annoying. They intentionally hold ppl hostage with same gear.. I scour every zone. Finding 3s and up limits you to a few weps and catalyst to lvl... Only complaint though

                                  • Anonymous

                                    I have already opened the chest at the bottom of the stairs. Don't remember what was in it, but I don't have the bearing and I can't buy stones 5 or 6...

                                    • Anonymous

                                      I got this bell before going to the Mountaintop of the Giants. How is that possible? I forgot where I dropped it from but I can buy Smithing Stones 5 and 6.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        To be more specific than 'bottom of stairs in a chest', it's in the area's basement, at the bottom of the stairs going underground. The kind you see in most other ruins, that usually have bosses in them.

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