The once-exquisite blade is now stained black, and frayed at the hilt. Second way is just straight poise through it. This shiny black blade is thick, but shorter than the typical katana. souls and 15 Titanite Scales to +4, ?? apparently this murders stamina if you try to parry it, my friend couldnt parry me despite being amazing at it, it kept destroying his stam. With the same stats and +3 pyromancy flame (133 spell buff) I got a total AR of 363 (125). It is the second Fire Emblem remake for the Nintendo DS. The Frayed Blade is a soul-transposed katana in Dark Souls III: The Ringed City. Parry. However right when the second scythe comes down immediately hit the parry button and punish them with a riposte. In the painting, the scythe is a symbol of a long-lost home, possibly explaining Elfriede's preference for it. And it's very easy to stagger bosses. I always sneak kill them. With a staggering requirement of 40 Dexterity, the Frayed Blade is one of the most difficult to wield katanas in the game. Scythe users are edgy as fukk...and also trashy as fuk. Viable build with Snap Freeze in PVE, haven't really tested in PVP yet! Version. Log in to view your list of favourite games. I got interested on that and opened mugenmonkey to try out some stat build. Stability: How well the player keeps stance after being hitAttack Type: Defines what kind of swing set the weapon has: Regular(R), Thrust(T), Slash(Sl), Strike(St). I said "what the hell, why not?" Original upload 12 May 2019 11:09PM. The unobtainable miracle. nah I got it when I made it to the trainer I just stayed in Blue Sentinels the whole time and left cross-region match making on. He agrees in exchange for Sumarbranderand he agrees. When an items durability is low, a message will come up saying "Weapon At Risk!" Last updated 13 May 2019 11:46AM. Does this mean the 2h light attack has a stonger damage multiplier? "Has a "sweet spot" like all scythes, but functions differently. She was all he could think about. I have a question about the weapon artWhen I use the Frost art ther is a small line im front of me with frost. 1) Very low damage. Its been a long time that I havent played DS3 anymore, and a friend called me to acompany him in his first playthrough. Has innate shield pierce: 40% on all attacks and all hits from the weapon art including the magic damage from the smaller scythe but not the ice/magic explosion. Not sure if it's been discussed already, but if you pair this with Crown of Dusk and Magic Clutch ring you get a significant boost to AR. A great scythe wielded by Sister Elfriede, with a curved blade thinly coated by Painted World frost that easily breaks the guard of shields. Skírni… Conjure a magic bladed support scythe into the left hand while the great scythe remains in the right, a stance derived from Elfriede's former swordmanship. So all and all, you have an amazing looking weapon from one of the best bosses in Souls series that deals no damage and forces you into a playstyle where your only option is to use it one handed and attempt to punish whiffs, (for whole 130 damage) or else you're going to get one shot by round shield and chaos skill dagger meta. The swordsman was a master of a rare technique, traces of which can be observed in this weapon's strong attack. A bit of a glass cannon but it wrecks in PvP. 2) Extremely easy to parry. Why they only have the magic affect the wa is beyond me, oh wait no it isnt, its bc from hates reaper class weapons. However, if the player hits with the blade, they deal 15% more damage. Friede's Great Scythe is a Weapon in Dark Souls 3. Without its sheath, it will soon crumble into nothing. The main scythe the player uses only deals the physical portion. On stairs in close quarters, the scythe swings low and sometimes misses the enemy. In the painting, the scythe is a symbol of a long-lost home, possibly explaining Elfriede's preference for it. 55. Love the WA!!! The magic damage only comes from the Weapon Art. Created by Still_Remains . Virus scan. Eventually he asked his messenger Skírnir to introduce them. Has a "sweet spot" like all scythes, but functions differently.