Elden Ring Battlemage Set | How to Get

Elden Ring Battlemage Set - How to Get

There’s a near-endless supply of armor in Elden Ring, but few are as impressive as the Battlemage set. This gear is medieval fantasy at its peak, looking exactly how you’d expect a realm-hopping knight to dress. If you want to get your hands on it, then we’re here to help. This is how to get the Battlemage set in Elden Ring.

How to Get the Battlemage Set in Elden Ring

How to Get the Battlemage Set in Elden Ring

The good news is that getting the Elden Ring Battlemage set isn’t too complicated. At least, in comparison to some of the quests in the game. All you need to do is defeat the aptly-named Battlemage, a foe found sitting atop a cliff in the Altus Plateau. The full set, including the Haima Glintstone Crown, will drop following its defeat.

Of course, this is Elden Ring, so defeating this enemy won’t be a walk in the park. You can find the Battlemage at the location seen in the image above, west of Dominula Village. Then it’ll be a matter of taking it down, which is slightly trickier. The Battlemage tends to focus on magic attacks, which is no surprise given its wizardly appearance. Its strongest attack does big AoE damage, so you’ll need to run away quickly. Fighting from horseback is advised.

After your extensive fight, the Battlemage handily drops the entire armor set on its body. From there you can head to your inventory and equip it. No need to roam around killing several of one enemy type to complete the set – instead, the entire Battlemage armor collection will be yours. It’s a reasonably easy way to earn the gear, even if the battle itself is characteristically difficult. Make sure you’re as high-powered as you can be, and time your attacks and blocks nicely to avoid taking too much unnecessary damage. With that in mind, the Elden Ring Battlemage set will be yours in no time!

Luke Hinton

Luke Hinton

Luke Hinton is a freelance culture journalist living in Cardiff, Wales. He graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Journalism, Media and Communications, and currently balances his freelancing work with postgraduate studies. He specialises in film, TV and entertainment writing.