Where to find the Eclipse Shotel in Elden Ring

If you’re looking for the legendary Elden Ring weapon, one of the latest you can find is the Eclipse Shotel, a very deadly curved sword that can inflict a “death” status effect on its victims. It also deals significant damage due to how fast it swings, and since it’s a shotel, it will also break through the shield’s defenses fairly quickly.

Unlike some of Elden Ring’s other legendary weapons, the Eclipse Shotel doesn’t hide in the pockets of some obscure NPC or at the bottom of a hard-to-reach cave. You will find him on the critical path of the game, waiting to be picked up at the church. The only catch is that he’s waiting in a fairly late game area where you can’t just get on your horse early in the game. Here’s where to find it.

Elden Ring: where to find the Eclipse Hotel

You’ll find the Eclipse Inn at the Church of the Eclipse, located in Castle Sol on the tops of the giants’ mountains. The mountain peaks themselves cannot be reached until you pass through Leindell, the capital. Sol Castle is in the northeast corner of the mountains.

Eclipse Hotel Statistics

10 Strength
25 Agility
thirty Vera

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Strength – E
Agility – D
Vera – D

From the first place of grace in the castle, go up the stairs to the wooden platform, then go straight from where it will take you to the inner room, which will take you further up. You will exit to another platform. Turn right and you will need the entrance to the church. Fight your way there or just run and you will find a place of grace within. Once everything has calmed down, approach the front of the church and you will find the Eclipse Shotel on a corpse.

If this sounds a bit confusing, it is helpful video guide YouTuber Kibbles shows the way to the hotel.

That’s all there is to it, though you probably won’t be able to get the most out of the Eclipse Shotel if you don’t have high Faith. The inn is nice on its own, but only after you charge up its Death Flash weapon art will it start inflicting a death effect on enemies after each hit. It’s probably more useful in PvE than PvP thanks to Death Flare’s slow completion, but you can get it to work with some practice.

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