Sword of St Trina

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attack power elden ring wiki guide 18Attack
Phy 107
Mag 32
Fire 0
Ligt 0
Holy 0
Crit 100
guarded damage negation elden ring wiki guide 18Guard
Phy 39
Mag 33
Fire 27
Ligt 27
Holy 27
Boost 28
attribute scaling elden ring wiki guide 18Scaling
Str D
Dex D
Int
 E
attributes required elden ring wiki guide 18Requires
Str 10
Dex 12
Int
 14
Straight Sword Standard / Pierce
Mists of Slumber FP 20
Wgt. 3 passive effects elden ring wiki guide 18Passive 
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Sword of St Trina is a Straight Sword in Elden Ring. The Sword of St Trina scales primarily with IntelligenceStrength and Dexterity and is a good Weapon for its Unique Skill Mists of Slumber that releases a faint purple mist that spreads across a wide frontwards area. This mist inflicts the sleep ailment upon foes. Using the skill also coats your weapon for 30 seconds with an effect that appears similar to using a Soporific Grease, increasing the sword's base Sleep buildup from 66 to 136.

 

Silver sword carried by clerics of St. Trina. Inflicts sleep ailment upon foes.
St. Trina is an enigmatic figure. Some say she is a comely young girl, others are sure he is a boy. The only certainty is that their appearance was as sudden as their disappearance.

 

Where to Find Sword of St Trina in Elden Ring

The Sword of St Trina weapon can be found at the following location:

  • In the Forsaken Ruins, near the Rotview Balcony Site of Grace, behind an Imp Seal requiring one Stonesword Key. [Map Coordinates]
  • This weapon is very easy to get at a very low-level as a sorcerer. With just 18 int, rock sling, and ideally the meteorite staff, you can stand on the balcony near the site of grace and attack the crows. The first hit will knock them to the ground, and then you can just fling rocks at them until they die and they will be completely unable to attack you since they can't reach you. Once you've killed the two that matter, you can go down the cliff on the left and get to the area very easily and safely.

 

Elden Ring Sword of St Trina Notes & Tips

  • Weapon Skill: Mists of Slumber
  • Patch 1.06 fixed a bug in which the Soporific Coating would disappear upon taking damage. Meaning now the effect lasts for 30 seconds even if attacked.
  • This weapon cannot be infused with Ashes of War.
  • Can't be enchanted with Magic nor boosted by Consumables.
  • The Sword of St Trina can be upgraded by using Somber Smithing Stones
  • Causes Sleep Buildup: sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66)
  • Sell Value:  er runes 13 500 Runes
  • The sword's shape bears a striking resemblance to the Tizona, a sword of Spanish legend carried by El Cid.
  • Other notes and player tips go here

 

Moveset & Videos in Elden Ring for Sword of St Trina

 

Sword of St. Trina Upgrades in Elden Ring

Please see the Upgrades page to understand the weapon bolstering process.

Requires regular reinforcement with Somber Smithing Stones

This upgrade can be enchanted with Magic or boosted with Consumables.

  Attack Power Stat Scaling Passive Effects Damage Reduction (%)
Sword of St. Trina Phy Mag Fir Lit Hol Sta Str Dex Int Fai Arc Any Phy Mag Fir Lit Hol Bst Rst
Standard 107 32 - - - 45 D D E - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 28 14
Standard +1 122 36 - - - 49 D D E - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 28 14
Standard +2 138 41 - - - 54 D D E - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 28 14
Standard +3 153 45 - - - 58 D D E - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 28 14
Standard +4 169 50 - - - 63 D D D - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 29 14
Standard +5 184 55 - - - 67 D D D - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 29 14
Standard +6 200 59 - - - 72 D D D - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 29 14
Standard +7 215 64 - - - 76 D C D - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 29 14
Standard +8 231 69 - - - 81 D C D - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 30 14
Standard +9 246 73 - - - 85 D C D - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 30 14
Standard +10 262 78 - - - 90 D C D - - sleep status effect elden ring wiki guide 100px (66) 39 33 27 27 27 30 14

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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    • Anonymous

      Kinda wish that both this and St Trina torch were int/faith, since St Trina/Miquella/whatever was a son of Radagon who was a fundamentalist. Plus it would just give more options for int/faith builds.

      • Anonymous

        i ran over to caelid early for a low level pvp magic build and god this thing just feels mean. at low level people have no focus so they get slept in 2-3 hits

        • Anonymous

          Don’t burn grey matter too hard, St Trina is Miquella. Perhaps in the same way Marika and Radagon are the same. Miquella was the most fearsome empyrean after all and put himself into a deep slumber under the halgtree. His blood watered the healing tree from a sapling, but was eventually stolen from his cocoon in the haligtree by Mohg. Who ultimately used Miquella’s blood to assist in his communion with the Formless Mother. Who craved wounds. It’s hard to say if Miquella is still alive or not. But I think he is, his blood pooled when Mohg showed up. It would be interesting if DLC used something with miquella’s corpse, since his sister doesn’t know he’s gone, and we killed his kidnapper. So almost no one knows where Miquella is.

          • Anonymous

            Easy mode crutch weapon when powerstanced just press L1 in your opponent's general direction and get free sleep procs without ever landing a single hit, really balanced totally not more broken than pre-nerf rivers or dual seppuku naginata.

            • Anonymous

              Why does this require intelligence, yet St Trina's Torch requires faith? Would it not make more sense for them to both require the same one, or is there some lore explanation that I'm missing?

              • Anonymous

                I really wish we had donate-on-impact explosive items so I could put someone to sleep, surround them with a bunch of bombs, then swap over to the lance and a great shield and charge into them for the full Monster Hunter experience.

                • Anonymous

                  When the tarnished goes to sleep after being hit by this sword, he dreams of great things like bloodborne on pc and his waifu ranni to step on him.

                  He is then woken up and 1-shot by powerstance bleed spears only to realize it was all a dream...

                  • Anonymous

                    By looping between the skill and fully charged 2h attacks, you can keep Godskin Apostles disabled indefinitely with one of these. The mist knocks them out then you break their stance while they're waking up and knock them out again as they recover from that.

                    • Sword of Saint Trina's stat requirements are an inversion of the Golden Epitaph's.

                      - SoST: 10 Str. / 12 Dex. / 14 Int.

                      - GE: 12 Str. / 10 Dex. / 14 Fth.

                      Considering that the Golden Epitaph is also a Haligtree weapon, it ties into Miquella's former practice in Golden Order Fundamentalism.

                      • Anonymous

                        As of patch 1.06 the Mists of Slumber skill no longer goes away when getting hit, turns out that was a bug.

                        Time to see how many dual-wields I’ll see with this now that you can sleep extra fast.

                        • Anonymous

                          As of update 1.06, the bug were Mists of Slumber ash of war would deactivate when the player is attacked has been fixed

                          • Anonymous

                            invaded at lvl 40 against a guy with two of these and full veteran set. Closed the game and went to sleep irl

                            • Anonymous

                              This sword puts trolls to sleep in a single hit. Following up with the critical will put them to sleep again.

                              After that, it will take about 2 or 3 hits to proc sleep again.

                              • Anonymous

                                Pairs really well with the rapier! It makes up for the rapier’s lack of cutting attacks and when sleep procs you can get a nice 130 crit. Putting it in your left hand means you likely won’t use its skill very often but you really don’t need it to reliably trigger the sleep effect. Short swords in general also go really well with halberds too!

                                • Anonymous

                                  Explored Caelid very low level with my trusty Torrent. It makes picking the items very very easy.

                                  Our trusty steed is the real easy mode.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    You can do this without killing the birds. Let them kill you once and then spawn at the stake of Marika. You can easily sneak past them from here. Just did this on a brand new file. Choose Prisoner class and Stonesword Key as your starting gift and you can get this weapon before doing anything else.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Says here to use rock sling on those giant crow c**ts to get the sword. Will stealth work to get past them and allow you to grab the sword? I can't remember how I got it, but I don't think I killed the crows first.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I swear only laggy people use this in pvp. Anyways I’m wondering how a st Trina cleric build would work. Torch off hand and golden order incantations? Sleep pots. Trina = Miquella without a doubt.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Sleep buildup seems kinda weird when being hit by this in PvP. Phantom hits building the sleep is unfortunately expected, but after having Sleep proc on you it can immediately be built up again to proc a second sleep while you're STILL stuck in the animation of the first Sleep proc. Seems like you can just get stuck in a sleep loop, unable to move so long as your opponent has stamina to keep swinging. Super fun PvP experience. Double Trina Sword is about tied with Double Vyke's War Spear, Double Bleed Spear, or Rivers of Blood with a Bloodhound Step Secondary Weapon in the 'Enjoyable to play against' department.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            An interesting build for this weapon I've been using is a 40/40/40 Str/Dex/Int build with this in the left hand and Carian Knight's Sword in the right.

                                            Powerstance attacks hit decently, and occasionally you'll get a sleep proc which can give you enough time to charge up a Carian Grandeur which in my experience seems likely to poise break so you can charge up another one for a double slam which does a crazy amount of damage.

                                            • Does sleep proc/burst if you don't have the stats for the weapon? I was testing it on the giant outside Godfrey's boss arena/Secluded Cell grace point, and he can be riposted after about five hits but not sure if that was sleep.
                                              I have all the stats except for the Intelligence.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Why all the cool status effects gotta be so dang inconsistent in PvE FromSoft?

                                                I want to like this sword, it's pretty cool and left handing it with a Misericorde in the right hand can be pretty nasty since you just L1 to proc sleep then stab 'em with the dagger which will do extra bonus damage because the lying prone vulnerability has stronger critical hits (This is the same as when you've dismounted a target)

                                                But so many things resist sleep. For example, many Knight enemies simply shake it off (Note: This isn't accidentally cancelling it. They just literally shake their head and remove the sleep effect) which are one of the targets it would be nice to get a massive damage critical hit on.

                                                Feels like it's often more worthwhile simply Parrying to open up crits.

                                                Sleep and Madness are cool effects, but man are they niche in PvE...

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  so this weapon is pretty mid at dealing damage, which is fine considering that it's goal is to apply sleep and get the stealth bonus, so why does the sleep buff from the skill disappear after taking any damage? Literally, 1 hit and its gone, and I'm pretty sure phantom hits count

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    This weapon is very easy to get at a very low-level as a sorcerer. With just 18 int, rock sling, and ideally the meteorite staff, you can stand on the balcony near the site of grace and attack the crows. The first hit will knock them to the ground, and then you can just fling rocks at them until they die and they will be completely unable to attack you since they can't reach you. Once you've killed the two that matter, you can go down the cliff on the left and get to the area very easily and safely.

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      This sword alone not that good you would be better off using a longsword but when powerstanced? My god it's so nasty.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        I don't think you should get sleep buildup when your opponent is pummeling you with two of these when you are already asleep.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          This weapon is a lot of fun. It's pretty unique in what it does and how you can use its passive effect, however there are a few things that are bothering me. I'm currently doing a run using this weapon only.
                                                          You kind of have to guess when the sleep effect kicks in since there are no indicators whatsoever, which in itself isn't that bad but it starts getting annoying when you manage to sleep an enemy but immediately beat them out of the effect again. Swinging this weapon like any other weapon at an enemy while trying to stack the effect on them usually results in you accidentally cancelling the effect with the next swing when you start seeing the purple mist effect above their heads. I kind of force myself to stop attacking after every other hit because I'm afraid of messing up the sleep. Feels like you're doing less damage on purpose just so you can sleep them...it's weird. There should be a grace period of 1 - 2 seconds or 1 hit, so you don't accidentally cancel out what this sword is supposed to be doing. The only other option I can think of is to start memorizing how many hits it takes for each enemy to fall asleep (not really feasable or fun when you try to play the game normally using this weapon).
                                                          The other thing annoying to me is the fact that the weapon art buff disappears when YOU get hit. I haven't really used any other kind of weapon buff in the game yet, so it could be this is not unique to this weapon but I strongly doubt that other weapon buffs disappear by taking damage, DS3 never had this mechanic (at least I don't think so). I'm trying to convince myself while playing that you enter a sort of micro-sleep state when using this weapon art, so getting hit knocks you out of it but..ye. Idk. It's weird.
                                                          If there was any way to change these weird mechanics then it wouldn't be so frustrating at times.
                                                          Going to continue using this weapon though. It's pretty and the sleep effect is fun if you manage to hit the weapon art on multiple enemies.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            This weapon is a lot of fun. It's pretty unique in what it does and how you can use its passive effect, however there are a few things that are bothering me. I'm currently doing a run using this weapon only.
                                                            You kind of have to guess when the sleep effect kicks in since there are no indicators whatsoever, which in itself isn't that bad but it starts getting annoying when you manage to sleep an enemy but immediately beat them out of the effect again. Swinging this weapon like any other weapon at an enemy while trying to stack the effect on them usually results in you accidentally cancelling the effect with the next swing when you start seeing the purple mist effect above their heads. I kind of force myself to stop attacking after every other hit because I'm afraid of messing up the sleep. Feels like you're doing less damage on purpose just so you can sleep them...it's weird. There should be a grace period of 1 - 2 seconds or 1 hit, so you don't accidentally cancel out what this sword is supposed to be doing. The only other option I can think of is to start memorizing how many hits it takes for each enemy to fall asleep (not really feasable or fun when you try to play the game normally using this weapon).
                                                            The other thing annoying to me is the fact that the weapon art buff disappears when YOU get hit. I haven't really used any other kind of weapon buff in the game yet, so it could be this is not unique to this weapon but I strongly doubt that other weapon buffs disappear by taking damage, DS3 never had this mechanic (at least I don't think so). I'm trying to convince myself while playing that you enter a sort of micro-sleep state when using this weapon art, so getting hit knocks you out of it but..ye. Idk. It's weird.
                                                            If there was any way to change these weird mechanics then it wouldn't be so frustrating at times.
                                                            Going to continue using this weapon though. It's pretty and the sleep effect is fun if you manage to hit the weapon art on multiple enemies.

                                                            • If you have Trina's Sword in your right and the Coded Sword in your left; when you do the Trina Sword special, the Coded Sword glitches and remains in your hand during the animation.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Last upgrade is pretty meh you get no better scaling and 21 damage better to save dragon stone for something else

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  Been playing with this on a new character. Works really good on trolls. Seriously, just one heavy attack and they fall asleep. Then you can stab them in their face. Also works well on runebears, puts them right to sleep and they stay asleep for a long time, maybe 1 or 2 minutes? not sure.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    Well, it is typical sword that has good base damage but not good scaling. Still it is strong on early and mid game, also can sleep the enemy and get a free critical.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Dont powerstance this with a non sleep weapon. It becomes completely useless because the sleep immediately gets cancelled with the second swing

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        Some say she is a comely young girl, others are sure he is a boy. Well, I guess I know who St. Trina is... The story of Gwyndolin and Aldrich, Elden Ring version!

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          If you’re looking to use this weapon at the very start of the game, start as the Prisoner class. It’s starting attributes mean that you don’t need to level anything to be able to wield the sword.

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            Maybe it’s just me but i really want to see Miquella as an npc/ally rather than a boss, i’d feel bad killing him since he is techincally a child and the fact he just wanted to cure his sisters rot, i genuinely wanna help him re-unite with malenia or something, which probably won’t happen as you can fight Malenia obviously

                                                                            • What am I missing? This sword doesnt seem to be very effective. I am not sure if the scaling is off to compensate for the abilities, or was it nerfed? Maybe needs a fix? Lots of sites point you to this one, but doesnt seem worth it.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                Most people have made the connection between Miquella and St. Trina. One interesting thing I noticed about this sword is that it is much smaller than a regular straight sword with reduced range - almost as if it was made for a child. (Miquella was cursed with eternal youth, that’s part of the reason his gender is so ambiguous)

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  If St. Trina really is Miquella, as the dialogue from the cut content would suggest, then his eventual bossfight is bound to be interesting

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    When I plus 9 this sword its still D int scaling. Where I see other guide it says A scaling. Is this sword nerfed? Its useless in pvp after level 99 onwards.

                                                                                    • One neat detail not mentioned in the weapon art description is that after using it, it coats your weapon for a time like the sleep grease, boosting the effectiveness of the sleep buildups you inflict when striking (unclear how much, but confirmed it reduced the number of blows needed to sleep basic Godrick soldiers by 1)

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        at +5 this sword doesn't seem to scale with int for me, it scales with str and dex... anyone else seeing this?

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          This weapon is supposed to be a big deal in pvp but i have never seen anyone use it outside of a youtube video. Is there something im missing?

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            Sleep and Madness both tic down at -5/s. It would seem weapons with "spell" weapon arts or ashes of war scale with the appropriate stat of faith, int, or arcane. This is why the SoNaF has both int and faith scaling. Int for the kamehameha. Faith for the fire.

                                                                                            • Definitely going to use this sword. It reminds me of Tizona, one of the swords of El Cid, which was a popular model used for the toy sword I had growing up.

                                                                                              I wonder if that was its inspiration...

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                Important detail about this weapon: After using the weapon art, it gains a buff. This buff goes away if you get hit. At all. So it's a perfectionist weapon to some extent.

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