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Bury The Light
  • Bury The Light (The Stars Above).png
Statistics
Damage320 / 2355 Calamity Item (Entropy's Edge).png (Celestial)
Knockback5 (Average)
Critical chance8%
Use time14 (Very fast)
Tooltip‘Now you’re motivated’
RarityRarity level: Rainbow
Sell20

Bury the Light is an Endgame The Stars Above/Spatial IconSpatial Weapon that can be wielded by both the Umbral and Astral aspects. If the Calamity Mod is installed, the weapon's crafting recipe will change and its damage will be drastically increased.

Left-clicking slashes through reality to hit targets at the cursor, restoring HP and Mana each strike, and builds up the Judgement Gauge. Critical hits will inflict Starblight for 20 seconds. On a critical hit, foes that are inflicted with Starblight will take extra damage and also get inflicted with Frostburn for 20 seconds, and on another consecutive crit, foes that have Frostburn will get Shadowflame, alongside the aforementioned extra damage.

Right-clicking when the Judgement Gauge is full will initiate Judgement Cut, rendering the player unable to attack for a few seconds, before unleashing a myriad of slashes, exploding after a short delay and dealing massive damage, the player is also invincible during this. Foes afflicted by the aforementioned debuffs will have them removed in exchange for more damage, and the more they have on them, the more extra damage they take.

With Calamity Enabled, unleashing Judgement Cut on a foe afflicted with all 3 debuffs will additionally deal 10% of the foe’s Max HP in extra damage, capping at 250,000.

Swapping off of the weapon will completely drain the Judgement Gauge

Crafting[]

Recipe[]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Bury The LightBury The Light
AnvilAnvil

Trivia[]

  • This weapon heavily references Yamato, Vergil's katana from the Devil May Cry series.
    • The weapon effect's name, "Judgement Cut," and how this weapon attacks, references one of Vergil's special attacks of the same name.
    • The "Judgement Gauge" is a reference to Vergil's Concentration gauge mechanic from Devil May Cry 4 and 5.
    • The "Judgement Cut" special attack this weapon has is a mix of Vergil's "Rapid Slash" and "Judgement Cut End."
  • The weapon name is the exact same as the name of Vergil's theme song in Devil May Cry 5.
  • The tooltip is a reference to a joke stemming from the line "Now I'm motivated!" which Vergil says in Devil May Cry 3.
  • The "Essence of the Beginning and the End" being used in it's crafting recipe is a reference to the title(?) given to Vergil in Devil May Cry 5: "The Alpha and the Omega"
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