How To Dual-Wield Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring?

Kudos to you for making it through a particularly hellish fight. After downing a gargantuan boss in Elden Ring, the remarkable euphoria is a truly one-of-a-kind feeling. The game might be challenging, but it is equally rewarding as well.

So, you have managed to defeat Starscourge Radahn and gotten your hands on the Starscourge Greatsword. The weapon is fantastic, but it is not the most crystal option on the market. In case you were having some trouble, here is how to dual-wield Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring.

Dual-wielding the Starscourge Greatsword does not require two weapons. The blade is built to be used in pairs. To dual-wield the Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring, simply two-hand the weapon, and the character will automatically dual-wield the weapon. Despite this, players will still benefit from the two-handed weapon damage bonus.

Curious to know more? We bet! Continue reading to find out all you will ever need to know about dual-wielding the Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring. We will be looking at the weapon and what exactly sets it apart when it comes to dual-wielding it. Without further ado, let us see how to dual-wield Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring.

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How To Dual-Wield Starscourge Greatsword?

The Starscourge Greatsword is a unique and majestic weapon worthy of being wileded by a warrior such as Radahn himself. Let us see how to dual-wield Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring.

Starscourge Greatsword

  • Physical Attack: 129
  • Weight: 20.0
  • Scaling: STR – D, DEX – D, INT – E
  • Required:  38 STR, 12 DEX, 15 INT
  • Description: Curved greatswords of black steel wielded by General Radahn. A pair of weapons decorated with a lion mane motif.

Radahn earned considerable renown as the Starscourge in this youth, and it is said that it was during this time he engraved the gravity crest up these blades. 

The Starscourge Greatsword is a Colossal Sword in Elden Ring that scales primarily with Strength, Dexterity, and Intelligence. It is actually a pair of Curved Greatswords wielded as one. The black and gold of the Starscourge Greatsword give it a recognizable air of superiority. 

The Starscourge Greatsword comes with the Starcaller Sky special skill which brings enemies closer with a devastating gravitational pull. The skill applies to airborne enemies too and deals extra damage to Gravity type enemies. The Greatsword also deals Magic damage.

How To Obtain It?

You probably already have your hands on the weapon but this is for those new Tarnished who have stumbled their way into uncharted territory. You can get the Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring by defeated Starscourge Radahn and trading Remembrance of The Starscourge with Enia at Roundtable Hold.  

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Dual-Wielding The Starscourge Greatsword

Now, to dual-wield the Starscourge Greatsword, you do not actually need two of the Starscourge Greatswords. Instead, simply use the usual input to two-hand the weapon. This will result in the swords being dual-wielded instead of two-handed, akin to how Radahn wields them.

This is due to the fact that the Starscourge Greatsword is a combination of two Curved Greatswords.

It is to be noted that despite the weapon appearing to be dual-wielded, players will receive the damage bonus of a two-handed weapon. That is all you need to know about dual-wielding the Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring. 

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Conclusion

That brings today’s guide to an end. Today, we took a look at how to dual-wield Starscourge Greatsword in Elden RIng. Considering the weapon is unique in that regard, the confusion surrounding the matter is merited.

We hope our guide helped you understand how to dual-wield Starscourge Greatsword in Elden Ring. Leave a comment down below if it did. Your feedback is much appreciated. Good luck, Tarnished!

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