Venom Arbelos

Attack 14.0 / 14.0 Poison
Weight 8.0
Bonus
Dexterity Scaling C
Class 4 Axe
Flags Poison
Special Slow Hitter

 Venom Arbelos in Salt and Sanctuary is a Axe type weapon.

 

 

A makeshift weapon improvised by lashing a jagged iron blade to the split end of a fallen branch with sinew. While crudely constructed and primitive in its own right, it has been coated with highly-toxic Swampspider venom for which its unevenly-serrated edge serves as an ideal means of delivery.

 

Notes and Tips:

  • At 50 Dexterity this weapon has an Attack of 59.0/59.0 at tier VII.

 

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Moveset and Videos:

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Venom Arbelos Upgrade Table

  Attack Dex Scale Material

Venom Arbelos

14.0 / 14.0 Poison C -

Venom Arbelos I

14.6 / 14.6 Poison C Endless Fang x1

Venom Arbelos II

15.4 / 15.4 Poison C Endless Fang x2

Venom Arbelos III

16.2 / 16.2 Poison C Hateful Jawbone x1

Venom Arbelos IV

17.0 / 17.0 Poison C Hateful Jawbone x2

Venom Arbelos V

17.8 / 17.8 Poison C Enduring Skull x1

Venom Arbelos VI

18.7 / 18.7 Poison  C Enduring Skull x2

Venom Arbelos VII

 19.6 / 19.6 Poison C Twisted Heart x1

 

 

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    • 18 Sep 2019 16:32  

      This weapon is actually decent for a poison build at max scaling with an added poison buff and charm. You can pretty much poison on hit and stack them up really quickly. The real downside of this wpn is the STR stats needed to unlock going to waste since pretty much all poison wpns scale with DEX. But when ennemies are susceptible to poison this wpn is going to melt them.

      • Anonymous

        11 Jan 2018 12:07  

        Poison builds require you to adopt a very aggressive play-style. Otherwise, you won't get much bang for your buck. But if you lean more towards a passive play-style, this weapon was made for you. In that case, it will be just as effective as any other Poison weapon. Maybe even more if it is your jam.

        It also has some pretty nasty and varied combos and is good at dealing with any situation. This is mostly due to the fact that it is an Axe, which is also its main con. You're going to waste at least 10 points in Strength that it won't benefit from.
        It also requires Enduring Skulls to upgrade, which are a pain to acquire. I recommend fully upgrading another Axe and then transmuting it to avoid grinding. I also recommend equipping the Mossy Charm to make up for the Slow Hitter property. On the bright side, you won't get bored using it.

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