Attack 16.0
Weight 12.0
 Strength Scaling  Dexterity Scaling
Class 4 Reaper
Flags MP Leech
Special Extra blunt

 Gravedigger in Salt and Sanctuary is a Reaper type weapon.


This ominous scythe is constructed entirely from the mandible and vertebral column of a Kraekan. The sun-bleached bones appear to have lain exposed on a beach for ages and were likely scavenged by an enterprising castaway, though they offer no clues as to whether this weapon was fashioned for purposes fair or foul.


Notes and Tips:

  • At 50 Strength and 50 Dexterity this weapon has an Attack of 100.8 at tier VII.
  • Two-handing a weapon increases Strength by 50% for damage scaling, meaning you only need 34 Strength to reach the 50 Strength soft cap when two-handing a weapon.
  • This weapon is weaker than the Rusted Greatladle at 50 Strength and 50 Dexterity despite being a higher tier weapon and having higher scaling.

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Gravedigger Upgrade Table


  Attack Str Scale Dex Scale Upgrade Materials


16.0 C C -

Gravedigger I

 16.4  C C Frozen Doll x1

Gravedigger II

 16.9  C C Frozen Doll x2

Gravedigger III

 17.4  C C Frozen Locket x1

Gravedigger IV

18 C C Frozen Locket x2

Gravedigger V

 18.5 C C Frozen Reliquary x1

Gravedigger VI

 19.1 C C Frozen Reliquary x2

Gravedigger VII

 19.6 C C Frozen Tome x1




Haymaker  ♦  Purifier  ♦  Red Eclipse  ♦  Rusted Greatladle  ♦  Saltreaver  ♦  War Scythe

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    • Anonymous

      The design is sick, but the weapon is trash, don't bother using it unless you want to fashion salt.

      The problem is that dual scaling on purely physical weapons is pretty bad in this game, since it requires 74 black pearl to reach the full damage potential (soft cap).

      At 34 STR (soft cap when 2-handed) and 25 DEX, which is an estimate of the stats you might have when the weapon becomes available (assuming you put some in WIL) the haymaker will still have similar damages, and a much better buff factor, while being much lighter and only being a T1 weapon available very early.

      You might object that at least the weapon has blunt damages. I will object that the rusted greatblade will have also extra blunt AND is available a bit earlier and with a lower tier AND is easier to transmute AND has better base damages AND has a lower scaling which mean that you will get better damages when having fewer stats AND actually the rusted greatblade still deals more damages at +7 and soft caps (because of how upgrades work).

      The only thing this weapon has is focus leech, but this is quite useless in late game.

      Of course, it is saved by the fact that this is the only reaper with the Salt reaver that look really nasty. I can't bear to play with a spoon on my dark edgy character, so I can only go with this one.

      • Anonymous

        If I run buff it with Divine Bless Weapon or anything like that, does it overwrite and remove the MP Leech? Because this seems like it would be decent for a melee spellcaster.

        • Anonymous

          What does the MP leech mean, from my understanding there is no "mana points" in the game so is this a leech that replenishes Focus or is it something different?

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