Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a recent release, boasting an extensive item customization and crafting system. Consequently, many players find themselves almost lost while figuring out which items are needed to craft the multitude of weapons present in the game. Here is how to go about crafting the Bloodstained Hermes Shoes.
Bloodstained Hermes Shoes | How to Craft Hermes Shoes in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
The Hermes Shoes are a buff item featured in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. While they sadly don’t allow for the power of flight, like the Hermes of Greek myths, they do provide a significant attack bonus. They increase the attack stat by 38 and have the attributes slash and strike. They are worn and used exclusively by the main character and protagonist Miriam.
All of these lucrative bonuses make them quite appealing to the player going for a more aggressive play-style. However, crafting them can be quite complicated and puzzling. The Hermes Shoes require several item drops and weapons found throughout the game. Such an attack bonus has to come at some cost.
The first thing needed for the Hermes Shoes is a pair of Dragon Shoes. Dragon Shoes are also an item that can be crafted. Thankfully, they require only a handful of simpler items and item drops obtained from various sources and enemies. They require 2 wool, 2 dragon bones, 2 dragon scales, and a flame ring.
After crafting and receiving the Dragon Shoes, there are two other items needed to craft the Bloodstained Hermes Shoes. These include a demon claw and a Rhava Búral. The former of these are dropped by various demon enemies found throughout multiple levels.
The Rhava Búral is dropped by the Killer Barber enemies. They can be found in the Dian Cécht Cathedral. After obtaining the Dragon Shoes, Rhava Búral, and a demon claw, players should be able to craft the coveted Hermes Shoes.