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How to find the Comet Azur in Elden Ring

How to find the Comet Azur in Elden Ring

In this guide, you’ll learn how to find the powerful Comet Azur sorcery in Elden Ring. This sorcery can make quick work of many slow and clunky enemies. This sorcery was created by the master sorcerer Azur, who is mentioned in Sorceress Sellen’s questline. Alongside the primeval current sorcerer Lusat, grandmaster Azur was a pillar of the renown and fame of the college of Raya Lucaria of Liurnia of the Lakes.

The Location

First of all, you must make your way to Mt. Gelmir. To do so, entering the Altus Plateau is essential. You can either use the tried and tested path that is the Grand Lift of Dectus or traverse the perilous Ruin-strewn Precipice. Using the latter path will grant you additional items and the opportunity to face the Magma Wyrm Makar in combat.

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After accessing Altus Plateau, making your way to the outlandish Mt. Gelmir is relatively easy. There are multiple different locations in this region as well, and you must discover and explore the Hermit Village in order to find the Primeval Sorcerer Azur who possesses the Comet Azur sorcery.

The exact location is given below.

How to find the Comet Azur in Elden Ring

Interact with the immobile and silent Sorcerer to obtain the sorcery without any trouble.

The Dangers of the Hermit Village

The area boss of the Hermit Village is the Demi-human Queen Maggie. She’s vicious and tough. The presence of other Demi-humans and even a Glintstone Sorcerer who uses ranged sorceries against you. Be vigilant.

There are also a lesser Demi-human Chief and a particularly dangerous Abductor Virgin here.

Requirements to use Comet Azur

This sorcery is best for a pure Intelligence build as it requires 60 Intelligence in order to use it. It uses a whole lot of FP (40) as well, and the cost increases as you continuously fire the Glinstone beam. If you don’t have a lot of FP, using this sorcery will be impractical.

But by using the Cerulean Hidden Tear in your Mixed Physick flask, you can cast Comet Azur continuously for 15 seconds without using any FP at all.

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