Boss battles are one of the most important aspects of Elden Ring. Most of them are very strong and have unique weapons, such as Morgott. In battle, he uses the Cursed Sword, which can inflict Blood Loss on you. And after dying dozens of times from Morgott’s Cursed Sword, you’ll probably want to add it to your Elden Ring weapon collection.
However, to do this, you first have to defeat Morgott, The Omen King boss. Although this is your second encounter with him, he will be much stronger than he was in the first, so the battle will not be easy at all. But his weapon is worth your efforts and deaths.
Elden Ring: How to Get Antspur Rapier
Inflicting Scarlet Rot can trivialize many bosses in Elden Ring, and the Antspur Rapier stands out as one of the easiest ways to achieve this.
Where To Find Morgott’s Cursed Sword
As with other Boss items in Elden Ring, Morgott’s Cursed Sword can only be obtained by defeating its owner, Morgott, the Omen King. This Boss is located in Leyndell, Royal Capital. To get to him, you must climb the steps to the Elden Throne. Even though he is significantly stronger than his previous form, he can be defeated without problems using the right strategy.
After defeating Morgott, you will be rewarded with Morgott’s Great Rune and Remembrance of the Omen King. Luckily, you only have a few steps left to take.
Visit Roundtable Hold and find Finger Reader Enia there. In exchange for Remembrance of the Omen King, she will give you the coveted Morgott’s Cursed Sword.
Elden Ring: How to Get Guardian’s Swordspear
Elden Ring’s Guardian Swordspear is a Halberd weapon that is of interest for players with Dexterity builds.
Morgott’s Cursed Sword Stats
Morgott’s Cursed Sword is classified as a Curved Greatsword in Elden Ring. It scales mainly with Dexterity (C), Arcane (D), and Strength (D). But before you can use it, you need to meet several stat requirements:
Although Morgott’s Cursed Sword cannot be infused with Ashes of War or enchanted with Magic, it can inflict a Blood Loss effect. But unfortunately, this is not a gradual Blood Loss debuff. Also, this weapon has a unique skill called Cursed-Blood Slice. For only 20 FP, you can charge forward, causing a diagonal slice and leaving a trail of blood. After a short delay, the trail explodes into flames. Then, players can make a second similar attack.
That’s all you need to know about how to get Morgott’s Cursed Sword in Elden Ring. This sword is perfect for players playing with Blood Loss builds or investing in dexterity agility.
- February 25, 2022