There are quite a handful of Sorceries in Elden Ring, but only one of them allows you rain down a full moon on your enemies. The Full Moon is one of the most notable late-game Sorcery classes for any high-level intelligence build.
Even the Faith spell caster and the intelligence-hybrid character builds cannot compare to Full Moon Sorcery as it requires being committed to as many as 68 Intelligence. In this case, prospective Full Moon casters will either have to make intelligence one of, or the exclusive stat, to commit lots of precious Runes into.
So what is Full Moon Sorcery in Elden Ring?
There are two Full Moon Sorceries in the game and the first one is Ranni’s Dark Moon. This can lift the caster up into the air to form a full moon around them. Players can then shoot said moon at whatever they’ve targeted, which will deliver a craterous amount of damage and frostbite upon impact.
Other than meeting the base intelligence requirement of 68, players will have to go to Chelona’s Rise near the Moonlight Alter, located to the southwest of Liurnia of the Lakes, once they’ve made the necessary progress in Ranni’s questline, which will then make way for Chelona’s Rise to appear. Once available, Ranni’s Dark Moon will be in a chest at the top of Chelona’s Rise tower.
The second is Rennala’s Full Moon, which works similarly to Ranni’s Dark Moon in terms of casting and damage output. However, Rennela’s require 70 intelligence to cast and it will slightly negate an enemy’s magic resistance. Players can obtain Rennala’s Full Moon by giving Enia, the quiet merchant at the Roundtable Hold a Remembrance of the Full Moon Queen.