Bloodstained Imbrued Fang: Where it is and What it Does

Where to find and how to use the Imbrued Fang in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is full to the coffin lid with secrets. There are secret areas, bosses, and abilities, but there are also a few secret items worth chasing down, one of which is the Imbrued Fang.

The Imbrued Fang is a crucial component of one of the most powerful weapons in the game, the Rhava Velar which is the upgraded form of the Rhava Bural.

Getting both of these items to drop requires a bit of luck though, so get ready to farm.

How to get the Imbrued Fang in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

To get the Imbrued Fang, you need to get ready to beat up a slot machine.

First, you need to grab the Millionaire's Key from the Den of Behemoths. This is a late game area, so make sure you prepared. It's fairly high up in the room as you can see below, so just use invert to go and grab it.

Once you have the key, it's time to unlock the door and fight the Millionaire's Bane in the Hall of Terminus. The Imbrued Fang has a chance to drop during the boss fight in this room, so just boost your luck up nice and high and go wild.

You can fight this boss as much as you want, so don't worry if you don't get it first try. It's also next to a save point, which makes it great for farming in general.

How to Use the Imbrued Fang

The Imbrued Fang is used in crafting arguably the best melee weapon in the game, the Rhava Velar.

The Rhava Velar doesn't do much damage, but the attack speed is like nothing else in the game. This means it can dole out critical hits at a far higher rate. 

To craft it, you need 4 Rhava Bular, 1 Crimsonite, 1 Imbrued Fang, and 4 Sharp Razor.

You can get the Rhava Bular and Sharp Razor from Killer Barbers in the Dian Cécht Cathedral, and Crimsonite from Ninjas in the Oriental Sorcery Lab. Again, these are random drops, so it's a good idea to have your luck as high as possible. 

Once you've got all of those items, you can now craft the mighty Rhava Velar, which might seem weak on paper, but is an absurd weapon in reality.

That's all there is to know about the Imbrued Fang, make sure to check out our other Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night guides if you're looking for any other answers.

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Published Sep. 11th 2019

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