Elden Ring provides an enormous amount of weapons that all divide into separate classes, allowing players to customize their builds and playstyle to a great extent. The Death’s Poker is a mighty greatsword that scales with a D rank in strength and dexterity in addition to an E rank in intelligence. Death’s Poker sets itself apart by being a greatsword that does primarily piercing damage and having a unique weapon skill called Ghostflame Ignition, which sees you thrusting the rod out and lighting the tip with ghost flame before allowing you to have separate light and heavy attack variations. Having this strong weapon in your arsenal could prove very useful in your quest to become the legendary Elden Lord. In this guide, you will learn all you need to know to get Death’s Poker in Elden Ring.
How To Get Death’s Poker In Elden Ring
The location to get the Death’s Poker weapon is found within the twisted region of Caelid. You will first want to start off from the Southern Aeonia Swamp Bank Site of Grace on the southern side of the region. You will need to defeat a boss known as the Death Rite Bird, which can only be fought at nighttime, similar to the Night’s Cavalry bosses found throughout the game, so either pass the time naturally or quickly at a Site of Grace. From the Southern Aeonia Swamp Bank Site of Grace, head directly southeast across the road and towards the large rocky formation surrounded by more twisted and gnarled Caelid trees.
You should see the imposing Death Rite Bird just ahead with its signature ghostflame wings spread out, pacing back and forth. If you have already fought other Deathbird and Death Rite Bird enemies, you should have a basic understanding of the fight. Be careful of its large sweeping attacks and ghostflame explosion abilities from its own Death’s Poker, as they can take you out before you even realize it. Once felling the horrid beast, you will be aptly rewarded a good 15,000 runes and the special Death’s Poker weapon you have been searching for. Now you can channel all that good ghostflame power and set off to test it on some unsuspecting foes and players alike.
Elden Ring is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.