Apr 13, 2016 @ 5:00pm So infusing a weapon adds an elemental damage to it, but most of the time removes the scaling with your stats. So if you were using a weapon with poor scaling anyway, then infusion might be the way to go. Same goes for if your stats are low, then you can infuse and it won't matter much. via
What happens when you infuse a weapon in Dark Souls 3?
It is a form of weapon reinforcement. Infusing a weapon can be performed by talking with Blacksmith Andre and change the attributes of a weapon. For example, infusing a Scimitar with the Blessed infusion increases the scaling on that weapon for Faith, while reducing scaling for every other parameter. via
Can I reinforce a weapon after infusing it?
Different items unlock different Infusions, but the player will be able to reinforce their gear from the beginning. Infusing Weapons and Shields will typically remove any initial scaling the item may have in exchange for a static elemental damage and/or altered scaling based around a specific stat. via
Should I buff or infuse ds3?
Buffs are almost always stronger, but infusions don't need to be applied, don't run out, and appropriately deal damage on criticals. They also don't cost fp. Tradeoff, so try both. via
Can you infuse a weapon multiple times Dark Souls 3?
In Dark Souls 3 you can infuse many different Weapons and Shields with Gems that change the properties, damage type or Scaling. via
Is raw gem worth it dark souls 3?
This is a very good upgrade choice for early game. Raw weapons inflict decent damage without relying on more stat investment than what is needed to wield the weapon, which leaves the player free to level other attributes needed for survival, like health and stamina. via
Do infused weapons scale?
Yes. Most infusions will either decrease your weapon's scaling or base damage, based on what the infusion does. Most importantly, elemental infusions disallow weapon buffs. Resins and spells can no longer affect the weapon if it has an elemental infusion. via
Should I reinforce or infuse?
Reinforce weapons you want to use. Infuse only once you have a weapon that scales with your build. Strength scales with Heavy, Dex scales with Sharp, Dex+Strength scales with Refined, and if you're only using the bare minimum for a weapon use Raw or one of the magic ones. via
Should I infuse my weapon?
Your damage is added up from the base damage + the damage from scaling. If overall damage infused is better, then pick infused. Most weapons work better infused than not infused. via
What does raw gem do?
Use. Used in infusion to create raw weapons and shields. Does not require extra coal for Andre the Blacksmith to infuse. Infusing this gem adds to the base damage, but lowers general absorption, and completely removes scaling. via
Is ds3 infusing worth it?
Nope. Just infuse everything with refined unless you're a pyro (chaos/dark), mage (crystal), faith (lightning). via
Is blessed good ds3?
A blessed LKGS is one of the strongest PvP weapons available for faith builds, as it receives a huge boost to physical, retains the A-scaling in faith, and even has higher dex scaling than a lightning infusion! via
What does the most damage in Dark Souls 3?
8 Dragonslayer Greataxe
It is the heaviest Greataxe weapon found in Dark Souls 3. With 500 combined physical and lightning attack, this greataxe is an absolute monster and is arguably the highest damage weapon in Dark Souls 3. via
Can u infuse a weapon twice?
You can infuse a Legendary weapon multiple times. via
Can infused weapons be buffed?
Sharp, Raw, Heavy, Refined and Hollow can be buffed. The status and elemental infusions cannot. And some weapons just can't get buffed at all. via
Is Lothric sword good?
The Lothric Knight Sword has thrusting R2s when 1h. One of only two Straight Swords in the game with 110 critical modifier, the other being the Shortsword. This weapon is incredibly powerful due to its good damage, long reach, great moveset, and versatile Weapon Art. via