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How to make a Stone Axe in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to craft a stone axe with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, a stone axe is one of the many tools that you can make. A stone axe has attack damage of +4 when used as a weapon.

Let’s explore how to make a stone axe.

Supported Platforms

A stone axe is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.

Where to find a Stone Axe in Creative Mode

Definitions
  • Platform is the platform that applies.
  • Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers where the item can be found in the menu location listed (we have tested and confirmed this version number).
  • Creative Menu Location is the location of the item in the Creative menu.

Required Materials to make a Stone Axe

In Minecraft, these are the materials you can use to craft a stone axe:

How to craft a Stone Axe in Survival Mode

1. Open the Crafting Menu

First, open your crafting table so that you have the 3×3 crafting grid that looks like this:

2. Add Items to make a Stone Axe

In the crafting menu, you should see a crafting area that is made up of a 3×3 crafting grid. To make a stone axe, place 3 cobblestones and 2 sticks in the 3×3 crafting grid.

When making a stone axe, it is important that the cobblestones and sticks are placed in the exact pattern as the image below. There should be 2 cobblestones placed in the first row (the last box in the row should be left empty). In the second row, 1 cobblestone should be in the first box and 1 stick should be in the second box (the last box in the row should be left empty). In the third row, 1 stick should be in the middle box. This is the Minecraft crafting recipe for a stone axe.

Now that you have filled the crafting area with the correct pattern, the stone axe will appear in the box to the right.

3. Move the Stone Axe to Inventory

Once you have crafted a stone axe, you need to move the new item to your inventory.

Congratulations, you have made a stone axe in Minecraft!

Item ID and Name

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • Nintendo
  • Win10
  • Edu

Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft, a stone axe has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
Stone Axe
(minecraft:stone_axe)
2750 Java Edition (PC/Mac)1.8 — 1.12
Stone Axe
(minecraft:stone_axe)
275  Java Edition (PC/Mac)1.13 — 1.14

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Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft, a stone axe has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
Stone Axe
(minecraft:stone_axe)
2750 Pocket Edition (PE)0.16.0 — 1.8.0

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Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft, a stone axe has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
Stone Axe
(minecraft:stone_axe)
2750 Xbox One1.6.0 — 1.8.0

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Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft, a stone axe has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
Stone Axe
(minecraft:stone_axe)
2750 Nintendo Switch1.6.0 — 1.8.0

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Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft, a stone axe has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
Stone Axe
(minecraft:stone_axe)
2750 Windows 10 Edition0.16.0 — 1.8.0

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Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft, a stone axe has the following Name, ID and DataValue:

ItemDescription
(Minecraft ID Name)
Minecraft
ID
Minecraft
Data
Value
PlatformVersion(s)
Stone Axe
(minecraft:stone_axe)
2750 Education Edition1.0 — 1.7.0

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Definitions
  • Description is what the item is called and (Minecraft ID Name) is the string value that is used in game commands.
  • Minecraft ID is the Internal number for the item.
  • Minecraft DataValue (or damage value) identifies the variation of the block if more than one type exists for the Minecraft ID.
  • Platform is the platform that applies.
  • Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers that the Minecraft ID and Name are valid for.

Give Command for Stone Axe

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • Nintendo
  • Win10
  • Edu

Give Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.13.1, 1.13.2 and 1.14, the /give command for Stone Axe is:

/give @p stone_axe 1

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, 1.12 and 1.12.2, the /give command for Stone Axe is:

/give @p stone_axe 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

In Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE) 0.16.0, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4.0, 1.5.0, 1.6.0, 1.7.0 and 1.8.0, the /give command for Stone Axe is:

/give @p stone_axe 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Xbox One

In Minecraft Xbox One 1.6.0, 1.7.0 and 1.8.0, the /give command for Stone Axe is:

/give @p stone_axe 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Nintendo Switch

In Minecraft Nintendo Switch 1.6.0, 1.7.0 and 1.8.0, the /give command for Stone Axe is:

/give @p stone_axe 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

In Minecraft Windows 10 Edition 0.16.0, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4.0, 1.5.0, 1.6.0, 1.7.0 and 1.8.0, the /give command for Stone Axe is:

/give @p stone_axe 1 0

Give Command in Minecraft Education Edition

In Minecraft Education Edition 0.14.2, 1.0, 1.0.18, 1.0.21, 1.4.0 and 1.7.0, the /give command for Stone Axe is:

/give @p stone_axe 1 0

Attack Damage and Durability

Attack damage is the amount of damage the item will deal when attacking a mob.

Durability represents how long the item will last. For tools, weapons and transportation, durability is the number of useful actions before the item is destroyed. For armor items, durability is the number of hits (that can be blocked by armor) before the item is destroyed. So the higher the durability number, the longer the item will last.

The following table shows the attack damage and durability for each axe in Minecraft:

Enchantments for Stone Axe

In Minecraft, you can enchant a stone axe with the following enchantments:

EnchantmentDescription
Bane of ArthropodsIncreases attack damage against arthropods
Curse of VanishingCursed item will disappear after player dies
EfficiencyIncreases how fast you can mine
FortuneIncreases block drops from mining
MendingUses xp to mend your tools, weapons and armor
SharpnessIncreases attack damage dealt to mobs
Silk TouchMines blocks themselves (fragile items)
SmiteIncreases attack damage against undead mobs
UnbreakingIncreases durability of item
Definitions
  • Enchantment is what the enchantment is called.
  • Description is the description of what the enchantment does.

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Things to Make with Stone Axes

You can use stone axes to make items in Minecraft such as:

Things to Do with Stone Axes

Here are some activities that you can do with stone axes in Minecraft:

Other Axes

You can make other axes in Minecraft such as:

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Stone Axe | Ripple Music

Bio

Remember when guitar solos mattered? Stone Axe does.

Born in 2007 in Port Orchard, Washington, at the hands of multi-instrumentalist T. Dallas Reed, whose prior outfit Mos Generator was beginning to follow a direction that no longer fit the band, as soon as there was a Stone Axe, there was a purpose, a reason for its being. Seventies rock preservation. Stone Axe was made and continues to flourish solely to honor the forefathers of true heavy rock and roll.

Think of Free, think of Thin Lizzy, the glory days of the power trio. The earliest days of Judas Priest, Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden, Foghat, and AC/DC. Reed brings not only these sounds, but the spirit that birthed them, to life with vibrancy that, quite frankly, makes the current crop of “retro” acts with goofy hair and tight pants look silly.

Because it’s not about fashion. It’s not about overanalyzing or trying to follow this or that trend. It’s about the spirit of rock and roll, the spirit of creation. Stone Axe makes organically grown, passionately harvested classic rock and roll. You can hear it in Reed’s guitar, or in the swaggering vocals of singer Dru Brinkerhoff. There’s no irony to anything they do, no wink and nudge to say, “Yeah, look at us, but we don’t really mean it.” They do mean it. Every single time.

And in case you’re wondering, “every single time” comes up quite often. In their short tenure together, Stone Axe have banged out two eponymously titled full-lengths and more splits, singles and EPs than you can keep up with, through labels like their own Music Abuse Records, Roadburn Records, Ripple Music, Hydro-Phonic and RxEvolution Recordings. Reed handles the recording himself and is always writing, so don’t expect them to slow down, either.

The drive isn’t to innovate, but to celebrate. When you listen to Stone Axe, you hear parts that call to mind these heroes of rock and you’re happy. It’s okay to smile. That means you get it. Stone Axe aren’t out to reinvent the wheel, they’re out to keep it round in a world that’s decided it would be better squared off.

But they are looking to the future. With the recent addition of drummer Mykey Haslip and bassist Mike Dupont, Stone Axe is more of a complete band now than they’ve ever been, writing together and working on the next installment of the Stone Axe series.

There are many bands who profess to being in it “for the love.” Many fewer actually are, and fewer even still are bands who are born out of that love, who embody it in sound and mission. In fact, Stone Axe might be it, which is exactly why we need them as badly as we do today.

We live in an age where digital manipulation is so extensive most people can barely tell the difference anymore whether or not someone’s voice has been through a processor, and it’s high time someone came along to remind us that the most important element in creativity is the human element. That’s what Stone Axe has to offer, and if you miss out on it, it’ll be your loss.

Members

Tony Reed – Guitars/Vocals
Dru Brinkerhoff – Lead Vocals
Mike DuPont – Bass
Mykey Haslip – Drums

Stream

Links

http://www.facebook.com/pages/STONE-AXE/186663969482

www.ripple-music.com

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Giant Stone Axe — DarkSouls II Wiki

In-Game Description

Greataxe forged from the Last Giant’s Soul.

This weapon resembles a primitive stone tool,
but is quite powerful owing to its immense size.

King Vendrick disappeared as of the war with
the Giants reached its ferocious peak, leaving his castle
Some swear that upon hearing the news,
the Queen’s face remained as still as her portrait.

Availability

Dark Souls 2 & Scholar of the First Sin:

General Information

ImageDamageAux EffectsCounter
Strength
Poise
Damage
Stats Needed
Stat Bonuses
Damage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
StabilityDurabilityWeightEnchantable?
Items/Spells
160/0/0/0/0

(Slash)

0/01005545/8/0/0

D/-/-/-/-/-

55/10/30/30/3015/15/15/15407025.0Yes/Yes

Move Set

One-HandedTwo-Handed
Light Attackover-the-shoulder downward smasheshorizontal swings to the right then left
Heavy Attackoverhead smashslow overhead smash
Rolling Attackcircular swingquick smash into the ground with the top of the ax, causing a shock wave
Running Attackquick downward smashquick downward smash

Upgrades

Basic

Boss upgrade path.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesMaterials CostSouls
Giant Stone Axe +0165/0/0/0/00/0D/-/-/-/-/-
Giant Stone Axe +1214/0/0/0/00/0C/-/-/-/-/-1x Petrified Dragon Bone1,630
Giant Stone Axe +2264/0/0/0/00/0B/-/-/-/-/-2x Petrified Dragon Bone2,040
Giant Stone Axe +3314/0/0/0/00/0B/-/-/-/-/-3x Petrified Dragon Bone2,440
Giant Stone Axe +4364/0/0/0/00/0A/-/-/-/-/-4x Petrified Dragon Bone3,250
Giant Stone Axe +5414/0/0/0/00/0A/-/-/-/-/-5x Petrified Dragon Bone3,660

Infusions

Magic

Reduces: Base damage, STR and DEX stat bonuses, damage and aux effects reduction.
Adds/Increases: Base magic damage, INT stat bonus, magic damage reduction.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Magic Giant Stone Axe +0115/115/0/0/00/0D/-/C/-/-/-52.9/26.6/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Magic Giant Stone Axe +1150/150/0/0/00/0C/-/B/-/-/-52.9/26.6/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Magic Giant Stone Axe +2185/185/0/0/00/0C/-/B/-/-/-52.9/26.6/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Magic Giant Stone Axe +3220/220/0/0/00/0C/-/B/-/-/-52.9/26.6/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Magic Giant Stone Axe +4254/254/0/0/00/0B/-/B/-/-/-52.9/26.6/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Magic Giant Stone Axe +5289/289/0/0/00/0B/-/B/-/-/-52.9/26.6/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9

Fire

Reduces: Base damage, STR and DEX stat bonuses, damage and aux effects reduction.
Adds/Increases: Base fire damage, INT and FTH stat bonus, fire damage reduction.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Fire Giant Stone Axe +0115/0/115/0/00/0D/-/-/C/-/-52.9/7.9/46.6/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Fire Giant Stone Axe +1150/0/150/0/00/0C/-/-/B/-/-52.9/7.9/46.6/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Fire Giant Stone Axe +2185/0/185/0/00/0C/-/-/B/-/-52.9/7.9/46.6/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Fire Giant Stone Axe +3220/0/220/0/00/0C/-/-/B/-/-52.9/7.9/46.6/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Fire Giant Stone Axe +4254/0/254/0/00/0B/-/-/B/-/-52.9/7.9/46.6/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Fire Giant Stone Axe +5289/0/289/0/00/0B/-/-/B/-/-52.9/7.9/46.6/27.9/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9

Lightning

Reduces: Base damage, STR and DEX stat bonuses, damage and aux effects reduction.
Adds/Increases: Base lightning damage, FTH stat bonus, lightning damage reduction.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Lightning Giant Stone Axe +0115/0/0/115/00/0D/-/-/-/C/-52.9/7.9/27.9/46.6/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Lightning Giant Stone Axe +1150/0/0/150/00/0C/-/-/-/B/-52.9/7.9/27.9/46.6/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Lightning Giant Stone Axe +2185/0/0/185/00/0C/-/-/-/B/-52.9/7.9/27.9/46.6/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Lightning Giant Stone Axe +3220/0/0/220/00/0C/-/-/-/B/-52.9/7.9/27.9/46.6/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Lightning Giant Stone Axe +4254/0/0/254/00/0B/-/-/-/B/-52.9/7.9/27.9/46.6/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Lightning Giant Stone Axe +5289/0/0/289/00/0B/-/-/-/B/-52.9/7.9/27.9/46.6/27.912.9/12.9/12.9/12.9

Dark

Reduces: Physical base damage, STR and DEX stat bonuses, damage and aux effects reduction.
Adds/Increases: Base dark damage, INT and FTH stat bonus, dark damage reduction.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Dark Giant Stone Axe +0115/0/0/0/1150/0D/-/-/-/-/C52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/46.612.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Dark Giant Stone Axe +1150/0/0/0/1500/0C/-/-/-/-/B52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/46.612.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Dark Giant Stone Axe +2185/0/0/0/1850/0C/-/-/-/-/B52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/46.612.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Dark Giant Stone Axe +3220/0/0/0/2200/0C/-/-/-/-/B52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/46.612.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Dark Giant Stone Axe +4254/0/0/0/2540/0B/-/-/-/-/B52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/46.612.9/12.9/12.9/12.9
Dark Giant Stone Axe +5289/0/0/0/2890/0B/-/-/-/-/B52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/46.612.9/12.9/12.9/12.9

Poison

Reduces: Base damage, STR and DEX stat bonuses, damage and aux effects reduction.
Adds/Increases: Base poison damage, poison damage reduction.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Poison Giant Stone Axe +0115/0/0/0/0112/0D/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.931.6/12.9/12.9/12.9
Poison Giant Stone Axe +1150/0/0/0/0117/0C/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.931.6/12.9/12.9/12.9
Poison Giant Stone Axe +2185/0/0/0/0123/0C/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.931.6/12.9/12.9/12.9
Poison Giant Stone Axe +3220/0/0/0/0128/0C/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.931.6/12.9/12.9/12.9
Poison Giant Stone Axe +4254/0/0/0/0134/0B/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.931.6/12.9/12.9/12.9
Poison Giant Stone Axe +5289/0/0/0/0140/0B/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.931.6/12.9/12.9/12.9

Bleed

Reduces: Base damage, STR and DEX stat bonuses, damage and aux effects reduction.
Adds/Increases: Base bleed damage, bleed damage reduction.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Bleed Giant Stone Axe +0115/0/0/0/00/112D/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/31.6/12.9/12.9
Bleed Giant Stone Axe +1150/0/0/0/00/117C/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/31.6/12.9/12.9
Bleed Giant Stone Axe +2185/0/0/0/00/123C/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/31.6/12.9/12.9
Bleed Giant Stone Axe +3220/0/0/0/00/128C/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/31.6/12.9/12.9
Bleed Giant Stone Axe +4254/0/0/0/00/134B/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/31.6/12.9/12.9
Bleed Giant Stone Axe +5289/0/0/0/00/140B/-/-/-/-/-52.9/7.9/27.9/27.9/27.912.9/31.6/12.9/12.9

Raw

Reduces: Stat bonuses.
Adds/Increases: Base damage.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Raw Giant Stone Axe +0189/0/0/0/00/0E/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Raw Giant Stone Axe +1247/0/0/0/00/0E/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Raw Giant Stone Axe +2304/0/0/0/00/0E/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Raw Giant Stone Axe +3361/0/0/0/00/0E/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Raw Giant Stone Axe +4418/0/0/0/00/0D/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Raw Giant Stone Axe +5476/0/0/0/00/0D/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0

Enchanted

Reduces: Stat bonuses.
Adds/Increases: INT stat bonus (excluding weapons that have base magic damage).
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Enchanted Giant Stone Axe +0165/0/0/0/00/0E/-/D/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Enchanted Giant Stone Axe +1214/0/0/0/00/0E/-/D/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Enchanted Giant Stone Axe +2264/0/0/0/00/0D/-/D/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Enchanted Giant Stone Axe +3314/0/0/0/00/0D/-/D/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Enchanted Giant Stone Axe +4364/0/0/0/00/0D/-/D/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Enchanted Giant Stone Axe +5414/0/0/0/00/0D/-/C/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0

Mundane

Reduces: Base damage, stat bonuses.
Adds/Increases: Damage scaling from lowest stat.
Requires:

NameDamageAux EffectsStat BonusesDamage
Reduction
Aux Effects
Reduction
Mundane Giant Stone Axe +082/0/0/0/00/0E/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Mundane Giant Stone Axe +1107/0/0/0/00/0D/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Mundane Giant Stone Axe +2132/0/0/0/00/0D/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Mundane Giant Stone Axe +3157/0/0/0/00/0C/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Mundane Giant Stone Axe +4182/0/0/0/00/0C/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0
Mundane Giant Stone Axe +5207/0/0/0/00/0C/-/-/-/-/-55.0/10.0/30.0/30.0/30.015.0/15.0/15.0/15.0

Key

Damage:

The Damage stat dictates how much damage the weapon does. The Damage stats for a weapon are A / B / C / D / E:

  • A is Physical Damage
  • B is Magical Damage
  • C is Fire Damage
  • D is Lightning Damage
  • E is Dark Damage

Each weapon has one or more physical damage types:

  • Striking
  • Slashing
  • Thrusting

Certain enemies are weak or strong against different damage types.
See Weakness for physical reduction, Resistance for elemental reduction.

Aux Effect:

The Aux Effect stat dictates how effective the weapon will be at causing the effect. The Aux Effect stats for a weapon are A / B:

Counter Strength:Damage multiplier when hitting an enemy that is performing an action such as attacking. Value of 100 means no extra damage.
Poise Damage:The ability of the weapon to break the poise of an enemy.
Stats Needed:

The Stats Needed determines how high various Stats must be in order to wield the weapon effectively.
The stats required for a weapon are A / B / C / D:

Wielding a weapon without the required Strength and/or Dexterity will incur a penalty to the Physical damage of the weapon,
while lower-than-required Magic and/or Faith will reduce the Magic damage of the weapon.

Also keep in mind that your character gains a 100% bonus to Strength by wielding a weapon with both hands, thus reducing
the actual Strength required. For example, a character with 14 Strength can wield a Great Club (Requires 28 Strength)
properly if the weapon is held with both hands. (14 x 2 = 28)

Stat Bonuses:

The Stat Bonuses rating indicates the level of bonus damage you do with the weapon, based on the associated Stat.
This rating can be S, A, B, C, D, or E (in order from most to least bonus for the associated skill).
See Scaling for more information.
The Bonus Stats for a weapon are A/B/C/D/E/F:

  • A is the Strength stat bonus that influences the physical attack of the weapon.
  • B is the Dexterity stat bonus that influences the physical attack of the weapon.
  • C is the Intelligence stat bonus that influences the Magical attack of the weapon.
  • D is the Intelligence and Faith stat bonus that influences the Fire attack of the weapon.
  • E is the Faith stat bonus that influences the Lightning attack of the weapon.
  • F is the Intelligence or Faith stat bonus that influence the Dark attack of the weapon(The lower of the two stats is chosen as the bonus stat).
Damage Reduction:

The Damage Reduction % of the weapon. It dictates how much damage the weapon mitigates while blocking.
The Damage Reduction % stats for weapons are A / B / C / D / E :

  • A is Physical Damage
  • B is Magical Damage
  • C is Fire Damage
  • D is Lightning Damage
  • E is Dark Damage
Aux Effect Reduction:

The Aux Effect Reduction % of the weapon. It dictates how much of the effect the weapon mitigates while blocking.
The Aux Effect Reduction % stats for a weapon are A / B / C / D:

Stability:Determines the amount of stamina expended to block an incoming attack. A higher stability also allows you to block stronger
attacks without breaking guard and reduces the amount of stamina depleted from blocking attacks.
Durability:The durability of the weapon.
Weight:The weight of the weapon. Note that carrying over 70% of your Equip Weight will reduce the speed of your rolls, while going
over 100% will reduce your regular speed to walking and attempts to roll or backstep will leave you momentarily stunned.
Enchantable? Items/Spells:Determines whether or not the weapon can receive a temporary damage buff by items and/or spells. Note that if you decided
to infuse the weapon it cannot be enchanted by items.

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