Elden Ring: Where To Find St. Trina’s Torch

Elden Ring: Where To Find St. Trina's Torch

To find the St. Trina’s Torch in Elden Ring, Tarnished adventurers must hunt for a roaming caravan within the snowy fog of the Consecrated Snowfield.

Like the Sword of St. Trina, the St. Trina’s Torch is a weapon in Elden Ring imbued with a weapon art that can inflict enemies with the Sleep ailment. However, the Torch’s unique skill, Fires of Slumber, has its wielder blow into the candlestick’s flame, spewing out a purple blaze in a frontward cone-shaped area. Consuming 15 FP per cast, St. Trina’s Torch inflicts its targets with an intoxicating flame in Elden Ring that causes 72 points of Sleep buildup, more than the Sword of St. Trina’s 66.

To wield the St. Trina’s Torch in Elden Ring, players will need Strength 10, Dexterity 10, and Faith 14. Naturally, Elden Ring adventurers will not likely use this Torch as a primary weapon but as a secondary tool to put enemies to sleep to land a critical strike. Unfortunately, some clever Tarnished have managed to hold a weapon imbued with Bloodflame Blade on their main hand, which causes the Torch also to share the bleeding effect. As a result, the St. Trina’s Torch can be used to inflict both Blood Loss and Sleep on the same target. However, this gimmick is only recommended for lesser foes, as most bosses are resistant to Sleep.


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The St. Trina’s Torch can be obtained from a traveling caravan in Elden Ring, located in the Consecrated Snowfield. Tarnished can reach this area once they’ve defeated Morgott of Leyndell and collect the two halves of the Haligtree Secret Medallion. One half can be found in Castle Sol of the Mountaintops of the Giants, and the other half is in the Village of the Albinaurics of Liurnia. Once both pieces have been reunited, adventurers can enter the Hidden Path to the Haligtree, which leads to the Consecrated Snowfield.

Where To Find St. Trina’s Torch In Elden Ring

St. Trinas Torch Location In Elden Ring

Much of the lower half of the Consecrated Snowfield is covered in a thick, frosty mist, making the Torch’s caravan challenging to see when travelers first pass through the area. Starting from the Consecrated Snowfield’s initial Site of Grace, ride northeast until reaching a Guide Statue pointing to nearby Elden Ring catacombs. Within the surrounding vicinity, Tarnished should be able to spot a roaming coach pulled by two trolls. It is recommended that players kill the demi-giants to get the procession to stop.

Some in the community have recommended making the journey during nightfall, as the roaming caravan becomes slightly easier to see when the sky is dark. If Tarnished travel to the west of the St. Trina’s Torch’s location, they can also discover another wandering coach with the Flowing Curved Sword.

Next: Elden Ring: Complete Walkthrough, Boss Strategies & Build Guides

Elden Ring is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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