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Where To Buy Arrows In Elden Ring (Merchant Locations)

Wondering where you can find the merchants who will sell you some arrows in Elden Ring? Here are the locations.

If you are taking down enemies from a distance with your trusty bow, you will need to ensure that you have quite a lot of arrows in your inventory. Here are the locations where to buy arrows in Elden Ring so that you can go back to these merchants/NPCs whenever you are running short of them. To speed up the process, make sure to use fast travel points as well as Torrent to navigate the vast lands.

Where to Buy More Arrows in Elden Ring?

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There are multiple merchants in Elden Ring that will sell you some arrows in exchange for Runes. Here are the names of the NPCs and the location where you can find them:

  • Merchant Kalé in Church of Elleh (Western Limgrave) – Cost 20 Runes
  • Twin Maiden Husks at the Roundtable Hold – Cost Kale’s Bell Bearing
  • Isolated Merchant at Weeping Peninsula (East and West) – Cost 20 Runes
  • Hermit Merchant in Hermit Merchant’s Shack – Cost 20 Runes
  • Nomadic Merchant in Siofra River – Cost 20 Runes
  • Nomadic Merchant in Mt. Gelmir – Cost 20 Runes
  • Nomadic Merchant in Coastal Cave (South East) – Cost 20 Runes
  • Nomadic Merchant in Limgrave (East and North) – Cost 20 Runes
  • Nomadic Merchant in Liurnia of the Lakes – Cost 20 Runes
  • Nomadic Merchant in Caelid (South) – Cost 20 Runes

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Since Runes are tough to collect in Elden Ring and each of these costs 20 Runes, they are pretty expensive. So focus on farming Runes and keep a good stock of arrows with you at all times.

Types of Arrows

Here are the types of arrows available in the game:

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  • Normal Arrow
  • Bloodbone Arrow
  • Bloodbone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Bone Arrow
  • Bone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Bone Great Arrow
  • Bone Great Arrow (Fletched)
  • Coldbone Arrow
  • Coldbone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Dwelling Arrow
  • Fire Arrow
  • Firebone Arrow
  • Firebone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Golden Arrow
  • Golden Great Arrow
  • Golem’s Great Arrow
  • Golem’s Magic Arrow
  • Great Arrow
  • Haligbone Arrow
  • Haligbone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Lighting Bone
  • Lighting Bone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Magicbone Arrow
  • Magicbone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Poisonbone Arrow
  • Poisonbone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Radahn’s Spear
  • Rainbow Stone Arrow
  • Rainbow Stone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Rotbone Arrow
  • Rotbone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Serpent Arrow
  • Shattershard Arrow
  • Shattershard Arrow (Fletched)
  • Sleepbone Arrow
  • Sleepbone Arrow (Fletched)
  • Spiritflame Arrow
  • Stormwing Bone Arrow
  • Trina’s Arrow

As you can see, there’s a lot of variety in Elden Ring arrows and each of these have unique passive effects. While some break enemy guards, some make the target drowsy or inflict poison. Choose whichever is best for the build and class you are playing as. If you’d like to craft arrows, you require Cookbooks and they are present all over the map.

Speaking of classes and builds, we’ve got quite a few suggestions for you in our Elden Ring guides. Plus, you might just discover some hidden secrets as well.

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