How to farm, boost and get rich without even trying

An astrologer in Elden Ring stands in Raya Lucaria Academy, in a wizard's secret room.

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Have you spent a long time killing eagles and other birds? Elden ring, only to walk away with a bag full of bird feathers – and a flock mostly flown away? This was certainly my experience trying to get the drops needed to craft Gold Pickled Fowl Foot, the ideal item that boosts rune drops. And it makes sense that they’re pretty rare since runes are used for everything from leveling to buying gear and upgrading skills. But you don’t need to do any of this to boost or farm your rune drops!

No, there is a much easier way provided you have an internet connection. Elden ring has what are called groups where you can set a password to ensure you only see the remains of the people in your exclusive club. Signing up with one has a variety of benefits, such as: B. reducing the number of Troll messages that may cause you to miss important parts of the game or accidentally lead you to your death. Depending on your tolerance and appetite for suffering, higher-quality messaging may or may not improve the game – funnily enough, some players consider collaborative bullying to be an important part of the experience. As much as I hated stepping off a cliff in search of a nonexistent item, it feels odd to think about what the game would look like without ever having done so.

However, what I didn’t know is that being part of a party also rewards you every time someone in your party accomplishes a great feat, such as becoming the Elden Lord or defeating a Shardbearer. Everyone benefits! When this happens, your game will display a message and your character will start emitting a golden glow, much like they would if you had devoured a bird’s leg. You can tell it’s active by looking at the top left corner; If there’s a little yellow claw, you’ve got it. Except you didn’t have to do anything to get the buff. Pretty.

Now you might be asking yourself, “Wait a minute, how exactly am I relying on, or even optimizing for, something that will happen completely randomly (or maybe not)? Isn’t it something rare to become an Elden Lord or to defeat a boss?” You, my friend, are going to play a numbers game. happily Elden ring you can join up to five groups as long as you have the password for them. And there are plenty of them that you can benefit from.

At the moment I’m running with Lore YouTuber VaatiVidya‘s “SEEKERS” group, the Elden ring‘s wiki‘s “FEXTRA” group and the Elden ring underreddit‘s “straydmn” group. There are other groups out there as well, so I suggest you look around and join like-minded people. To enter these passwords, simply press Start, go to “Multiplayer” and then press the appropriate settings button. You should be prompted to enter the password. Don’t look at them Multiplayer section under Settingsthat is different!

And in case you’re curious, I’m not bathed in gold all the time, no. But it is active much of the time, and as I said, I don’t have to do anything to reap the benefits. The way I see it, you might get about 30% more runes this way, a big change.

If you want to push yourself when you see the buff, my best suggestion would be to spawn at the Warmaster’s Shack in Stormhill from early to mid-game. When you gallop behind into the area with a handful of giants, each dropping about 1,000 runes, or 1.3k runes with the boost – and they’re pretty easy to kill on horseback. Spawn a few times and you’ve got a pretty decent farm. The area also has an expansive cliff full of eagles so you can double your luck and try your luck on some bird feet too if you want to activate the boost on purpose.

Or just play the game like you normally would, doing a little more and maybe finding some illusory walls along the way. Being a member of a club has its advantages. How to farm, boost and get rich without even trying

Curtis Crabtree

Curtis Crabtree is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Curtis Crabtree joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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