St. Trina's Arrow

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attack power elden ring wiki guide 18Attack Power
Phy 30
Mag 0
Fire 0
Ligt 0
Holy 0
Crit 100
passive effects elden ring wiki guide 18Passive
Causes sleep buildup (96)

Arrow Pierce

St. Trina's Arrow is an Arrow in Elden Ring. St. Trina's Arrow is an ammo that can be used to inflict a powerful sleep effect. The feather fletchings add distance and accuracy, It can also pierce enemies' armor. Ammunition can be used in ranged weapons such as Bows and Crossbows, so players can deal ranged damage to Enemies and Bosses.


Arrow carved to resemble a withered water lily. Afflicts targets
with a powerful sleep effect.

Priests of St. Trina use these arrows to spread their teachings. The sweet oblivion of sleep can become quite the habit.


Where to Find St. Trina's Arrow in Elden Ring

St. Trina's Arrow can be found at the following location:



Elden Ring St. Trina's Arrow Notes & Tips


St. Trina's Arrow Crafting Guide in Elden Ring

To craft St. Trina's Arrow you need the following materials:


Elden Ring St. Trina's Arrow Moveset & Videos

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Elden Ring Arrows
Arrow  ♦  Ballista Bolt  ♦  Black-Key Bolt  ♦  Bloodbone Arrow  ♦  Bloodbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Bloodbone Bolt  ♦  Bolt  ♦  Bone Arrow  ♦  Bone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Bone Ballista Bolt  ♦  Bone Bolt  ♦  Bone Great Arrow  ♦  Bone Great Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Burred Bolt  ♦  Coldbone Arrow  ♦  Coldbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Coldbone Bolt  ♦  Dwelling Arrow  ♦  Explosive Bolt  ♦  Explosive Greatbolt  ♦  Fire Arrow  ♦  Firebone Arrow  ♦  Firebone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Firebone Bolt  ♦  Flaming Bolt  ♦  Golden Arrow  ♦  Golden Bolt  ♦  Golden Great Arrow  ♦  Golem's Great Arrow  ♦  Golem's Magic Arrow  ♦  Great Arrow  ♦  Haligbone Arrow  ♦  Haligbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Haligbone Bolt  ♦  Lightning Greabolt  ♦  Lightning Greatbolt  ♦  Lightningbone Arrow  ♦  Lightningbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Lightningbone Bolt  ♦  Lordsworn's Bolt  ♦  Magicbone Arrow  ♦  Magicbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Magicbone Bolt  ♦  Meteor Bolt  ♦  Perfumer's Bolt  ♦  Poisonbone Arrow  ♦  Poisonbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Poisonbone Bolt  ♦  Radahn's Spear  ♦  Rainbow Stone Arrow  ♦  Rainbow Stone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Rotbone Arrow  ♦  Rotbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Rotbone Bolt  ♦  Serpent Arrow  ♦  Shattershard Arrow  ♦  Shattershard Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Sleepbone Arrow  ♦  Sleepbone Arrow (Fletched)  ♦  Sleepbone Bolt  ♦  Spiritflame Arrow  ♦  Storm Arrow  ♦  Stormwing Bone Arrow

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    • This arrow and crepus black bolt have gotta be the stupidest decision made by fromsoft in this game, even worse than 1.02/1.03 rivers of blood. I mean 40 arrows in one playthrough and uncraftable? Fromsoft really hate ranged weapons

      • Anonymous

        Dropped by Albinauric archers? what Albinauric archers? I've never seen one of them use a bow, none of the red roided out variation do either. Does it mean the different more human looking ones at consecrated snowfield? killing those, especially the wolf riders is a job of work.

        • Anonymous

          The text implies that priests of St. Trina used arrows… to spread teachings… that made sleep become a habit?

          • Anonymous

            If you're a dedicated archer, you SHOULD be using this, do NOT listen to anyone telling you these are bad. At least for PvP, this is the best arrow type in the whole game for being a pure archer. Drains the FP from wizards and ash of war spammers, and sets you up for free headshot combos, and even works on phantom hits for laggy players!

            It's borderline impossible to farm for these though, just dupe them or cheat them in. Or if you REALLY don't want to dupe, just use Fletched Sleepbone Arrows, you can farm tons of Trina Lilies from the jellyfish north of Apostate Derelict, and craft em with those. But I really wouldn't recommend farming for pvp, it's hell.

            • Anonymous

              The Rain of Arrows ash finally helped me use these arrows and rot arrows more economically. The skill only consumes one arrow, but you can pack the punch of several arrows depending on how many hit. The ash was frustrating to get but it's been worth it.

              • Anonymous

                If you're a dedicated archer you shouldn't be using these. Pure archers can't take advantage of sleep for huge crit damage. Use a different status effect. Their real utility is knocking out enemies at a distance so you can close the distance and go for criticals with your melee weapons.

                • Anonymous

                  what kind of damage type is the "ranged" one? If you don't know something, please don't make any comment about it. All projectiles deal pierce damage.

                  • Anonymous

                    Really disappointing these can’t be crafted and only a finite amount can be bought. Sleep is already pretty weak in comparison to bleed or frost, I don’t understand why they made it so much harder to do a sleep build than other status effects :(

                    • Anonymous

                      You can farm them right outside Ordina, drops 5 at a time when they do drop. Kinda tedious cause it's not guaranteed and there are a bunch of wolves, but hey, at least they're farmable

                      • Cool thing I found, headshots and mighty shot weapon art both increase sleep buildup by quite a lot, St. Trina arrows normally cause 96 sleep buildup, paired with mighty shot WA and headshot, it causes 239 sleep buildup.

                        • Anonymous

                          Sleepbone arrow (fletched x10) - 3 Thin Beast Bones + 1 Flight Pinion + 1 Trina's Lily - requires Fevor's Cookbook (2)

                          • Anonymous

                            Minor Spoiler for a Zone Name: They can drop 5 at a time from the Albinaurics in the consecrated snow fields

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