Looking for the earliest staffs, you can get in Elden Ring?
Longtime Dark Souls fans will remember that staffs and sorceries in the first Dark Souls game were weak and underwhelming. Fortunately, these memories are a thing of the past when it comes to Elden Ring.
Sorceries and magic have come back in a big way with Elden Ring, and players will find a handful of spells and staffs to use in The Lands Between.
Each staff comes with something different that can help you create the perfect character.
Moreover, Staffs in Elden Ring are also a requirement for any build that wants to take advantage of sorceries. Whether you are looking to add some sorcery casting ability to your character or just trying to find an upgrade over your starting staff, you can come across plenty of options right away.
In this guide, we’ve listed down some of the earliest staffs you can get in Elden Ring and where you can get them.
Let’s get right into it!
The Glintstone Staff is the most basic staff you can get in Elden Ring, and it is the starting weapon of the Prisoner class. While it isn’t too powerful in the later stages of the game, it is more than enough to get you through the early stages once you upgrade it.
It is also a great option for characters without much Intelligence that just need to try out spellcasting since the staff only requires 10 INT.
If you did not select the Prisoner class in Elden Ring, you can get the Glintstone Staff by killing and looting the noble sorcerer south of the Waypoint Ruins.
Demi-Human Queen’s Staff
The Demi-Human Queen’s Staff is a solid early game staff that only needs a bit of work to get since you won’t be required to travel outside Limgrave to get it. This one is also a decent option for low Intelligence characters, as it only needs 10 INT to wield.
You can get the Demi-Human Queen’s Staff by killing and looting the Demi-Human Queen in the Weeping Peninsula.
The Meteorite Staff is another popular choice for character builds that focus mainly on casting sorceries. While it does take a bit of traveling to get, it has the added bonus of being near the powerful Rock Sling spell.
To find the Meteorite Staff, travel to Caelid by using the transporter trap chest in Agheel Lake, then escape the Selia Tunnel and cross the Swamp of Aeonia to the Streets of Sages Ruins.
You can find the staff inside the ruined tower.
Carian Glintblade Staff
The Carian Glintblade Staff isn’t as popular as the Meteorite Staff, but it is a solid choice that isn’t quite as hard to reach and boosts Carian Sorceries instead. To locate the Carian Glintblade Staff, head to Liurnia before defeating Godrick by taking the path along the edge of Stormveil Castle.
Once you’re in Liurnia, head towards the Highway Lookout Tower and locate it on the top floor of the tower.
That ends our list of the earliest staffs you can get in Elden Ring. If you have questions or other concerns, please drop a comment below, and we’ll do our best to answer them.