Earth Seeker | Dark Souls 3: Ashes of Ariandel

Earth Seeker is a newly added weapon in the first Dark Souls 3 DLC: Ashes of Ariandel. It is somewhat well hidden in the Snowy Mountain Pass area.
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It has a unique skill called Earthen Wrath. Its location is well guarded by the large black knights. One of them carries another Earth Seeker, as he protects the entrance to where you find the weapon. This guide is going to show you how to get Earth Seeker in Dark Souls 3, its stats and moveset.

Earth Seeker Location

The Earth Seeker is located in the Snowy Mountain Pass area. In short, you can reach this area as you go down the path next to the wooden bridge leading to the Ariandel Chapel. This path takes you down the ladder, sliding down the mountain, under a bridge, up through the house, over the bridge, through a locked gate, into a library guarded by the hostile NPC. Once you find yourself in this zone, there is only one way to go. It leads to the Snowy Mountain Pass. If you are still confused, check our Follower Torch guide for a detailed description with images.

Go deeper into the area from the Snowy Mountain Pass, but keep to your right. Going down this route, you’ll end up next to a giant metal bell soon enough. Close to it, there is a road to your right. This path goes to a platform with a narrow road leading uphill. This is where you’ll find a big snowy, flat area with a single tall tree in its center. Several huge, dark enemies will be there. Only one of them does not patrol around the plateau. You’ll find the Earth Seeker behind him, in a small cave.

Earth Seeker Stats & Description

This large twin-bladed axe forged with bronze is a ceremonial weapon normally used in sacred rites.
Millwood is a land of primitive earth worship where chieftain knights served as high priests.

Skill: Earthen Wrath
Thrust weapon into earth with a prayer to trigger explosive tremors.

The Earth Seeker is a standard greataxe which requires 24 strength and 15 faith.

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