How to Use Runic Arts in Salt and Sacrifice

Kirthana K
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Players would find the gameplay style of Salt and Sacrifice similar to most Souls games. In this guide, we will see how Runic Arts work in Salt and Sacrifice.

How to Use Runic Arts in Salt and Sacrifice

Runic Arts are abilities that are tied to any weapon you get in the game, either by crafting or by finding it in your journey. Here we will see what Runic Arts do in Salt and Sacrifice.

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Runic Arts are similar to Weapon Skills in the Souls series, and it grants weapons added abilities that you can use in combat. Most weapons in Salt and Sacrifice have two Runic Arts slots, and these abilities are split into Rage and Focus. These can be activated by pressing down the required button for the Runic Art function to use it.

Focus consume a lot of Focus Points, so unless you are low on Focus stats, you will need to upgrade them from the Skill Tree to be able to use them. Consuming Haze decoctions can also fill up your Focus gauge.

Rage, on the other hand, is easier to get and use. If you have any weapon that requires Rage, then you can build it up by attacking enemies. There is no requirement on which level enemies you should hit, as all of them will generate an equal amount of Rage.

To use Focus and Rage Arts, you will need to unlock the Tier on the skill tree that will help you use it. For Rage Runic Arts, you will need to unlock the path to Divine Glyph, while Focus requires Forbidden Glyph. You can find these skills to unlock in the lower right panel in the central skill tree. To know which type of Runic Art your weapon uses, you can select the weapon in your inventory, then use the right trigger to open the weapon menu.

That’s all there is to know about Runic Arts and how to use them in Salt and Sacrifice. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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