Tonitrus

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Imprints (Normal)

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Imprints (Uncanny)

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Imprints (Lost)

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Damage
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80 -- -- -- 40
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-- -- 100 100 100
Requirements & Scaling
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Tonitrus is a Trick Weapon in Bloodborne.

 

Tonitrus Description

"A unique trick weapon contrived by Archibald, the infamous eccentric of the Healing Church workshop.
Striking this peculiar iron morning star flail like a match generates the same blue sparks that blanket a darkbeast.
Unfortunately, for reasons untold, the hunters of Archibald's time did not fully take to the device."

 

Tonitrus Information

  • This is the only weapon in the game that has innate Bolt damage (without the aid of Bolt Paper or Blood Gems)
  • This trick weapon doesn't have a "true" transformed mode. Instead, pressing the L1 button will buff it with bolt damage for a short period of time.
  • After a certain time passes, the buff will end, forcing the Hunter to repeatedly buff the weapon in order to utilize its full potential.
  • When transformed, the Tonitrus gets +0.4 Arcane scaling, +70% bolt damage, and +40 flat bolt damage.
  • When you are at full health, the Tonitrus's AR displayed in your character's stat screen is erroneously high. There is no change in damage dealt by the Tonitrus whether you are at full health or not.
  • The Tonitrus's transformation doesn't use stamina (baring the transformation attack) as such it can be buffed without interrupting your stamina bar refilling.

 

Location

Normal

Uncanny Tonitrus

Lost Tonitrus

 

Gem Advice

  • Gems that increase Bolt damage (Bolt, Bolt Damp, Bolt Abyssal and all Cursed variant Blood Gemstones) will significantly increase damage on this weapon when self-buffed.
  • It is possible that gems that increase blunt damage (Adept, Adept Damp and all cursed variant Blood Gemstones) can give a higher net increase in damage than physical ATK gems (upto 32.6% damage increase compared to 27.2%) since all attacks on this weapon do blunt damage. Note: The status screen will show the damage to be lower when blunt atk gems are equipped, however in reality the damage will be much higher. This is possibly because the status screen doesn't count blunt damage but the total physical damage.
  • Gems that increase all ATK such as Nourishing Blood Gemstones give a much higher damage increase because of this weapon's split damage.

To find where to get these gems visit here.

 

Player Notes

  • The Tonitrus is a simple mace-like weapon that is wielded with only one hand at all times.
    • This trick weapon is useful for builds centering around strength and arcane.
    • Alternatively, it can be used on "pure arcane builds."
    • Since it doesn't have a true transformed mode, the moveset for this trick weapon is more limited compared to many others in existence.
      • It also doesn't have a very fast attack speed when swung.
      • Keep in mind these weaknesses are compensated by the buffed mode when "transformed."
  • When "transformed," it can unleash incredibly potent amounts of damage.
    • The self-buff with L1 adds a fixed amount of bolt damage alongside input from different scalings.
      • The buff works in this formula: +40 Bolt Attack; 1.4x Arcane scaling; 1.7x Bolt Attack.
      • It lasts approximately seven seconds before dissipating.
      • "Transforming" it doesn't consume durability like a normal trick weapon, despite its unique nature.
  • This weapon is tied for lowest durability in the game.
    • It breaks quicker while self-buffed, meaning greater care must be taken to not destroy the weapon quickly while away from the workshop.
    • It roughly loses one durability point every 4-5 hits, which is quicker when compared to the non-buffed form.
    • The other trick weapon that is tied for lowest durability (and breaks quicker when buffed, similar to the Tonitrus) is the Boom Hammer, which is obtainable when you own the DLC.
  • It's considerably useful against opponents that are weak against bolt and blunt damage.
    • Kin-type enemies are noticeably vulnerable to bolt damage.
    • Dark Beasts are considerably resistant against bolt damage.
  • In PVP, smart opponents will carefully watch the Tonitrus and attack during moments when the Tonitrus isn't buffed.
    • By putting increased pressure and aggression on you, it becomes more difficult to safely "transform" the trick weapon, therefore weakening your damage potential.
    • They're also more likely to strike when you are in the process of buffing it as well, since you are unable to perform other actions quickly and therefore are vulnerable to attacks.
    • Don't forget the somewhat slow attack speed of this weapon; opponents will have an easier time parrying your attacks should you swing the weapon carelessly.
    • Ultimately, paying close attention to how long your Tonitrus will remain buffed is the key to defeating an opponent with this trick weapon.
      • You are essentially sacrificing versatility for simplicity and very high damage potential.
      • Remember that you can still use a firearm and/or hunter tool to fight back as well.
  • There is a bug where the status screen shows this weapon's damage to be less when the player is not at full HP, however the damage actually remains the same and this is simply a bug in the status screen. [Note: I'm unsure if this has been patched yet, could use some help here]
  • Due to its high base damage (when self-buffed) it's an excellent choice for builds focusing on Vitality and/or Endurance

 

Trivia

  • Tonitrus is a Latin word meaning "thunder."
  • The in-game description classifies this trick weapon as a morning star flail, but it's actually modeled in the form of a mace.
  • The description of Archibald bears many similarities to Nikola Tesla, a famed inventor in real life who specialized in the field of electricity.
  • The Tonitrus also bears similarities with the aspergillum, a device used by the Roman Catholic Church to sprinkle holy water.
    • According to the description of the Spark Hunter Badge, Archibald was associated with the Healing Church.
    • In this sense, it may have been designed under the themes of "purification" and "cleansing" that is associated with many Healing Church trick weapons/tools.
    • However, due to Archibald's fascination with Dark Beasts, it's more likely he designed the Tonitrus as a measure to replicate the sparks these creatures could unleash.

 Gallery

    

Stats/Scaling

R: Rally/Regain. The amount of HP regained on an R1 attack immediately after taking damage

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R

+0

80 -- -- -- 40 -- -- 100 100 D E -- D 45

+1

88 -- -- -- 44 -- -- 100 100 D E -- D 47

+2

96 -- - - 48 -- -- 100 100 D E -- D 49

+3

104 -- -- -- 52 -- -- 100 100 D E -- D 51

+4

112 -- -- - 56 -- -- 100 100 D E -- D 53

+5

120 -- -- -- 60 -- -- 100 100 D E -- D 55

+6

128 -- -- -- 64 -- -- 100 100 C E -- D 57

+7

136 -- -- -- 68 -- -- 100 100 C E -- D 59

+8

144 -- -- -- 72 -- -- 100 100 C E -- D 61

+9

152 -- -- -- 76 -- -- 100 100 C E -- D 63

+10

160 -- -- -- 80 -- -- 100 100 B E -- D 65

 

Average Physical Attack Increase

Strength Stat
Stat Range Damage per Point Estimated Attack Gained
13 to 25 3.15 41
26 to 50 1.44 36
51 to 99 0.33 16
Skill Stat
Stat Range Damage per Point Estimated Attack Gained
9 to 25 1.12 19
26 to 50 0.56 14
51 to 99 0.12 6
Arcane Stat
Stat Range Damage per Point Estimated Attack Gained
9 to 25 1.06 18
26 to 50 0.56 14
51 to 99 0.12 6

 

 

Movesets & Videos

Regular Moveset
Move Damage Type & Modifier Stamina Effect
R1 Combo blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.00x 23 A four move combo with attacks 3 and 4 repeating until stamina is depleted. The first attack is from right to left horizontally, followed by a left to right swipe. Both of these drift somewhat downward as well. The third attack is also right to left, but on a diagonal from over the right shoulder to the ground near the left foot. The following attack is a mirror image of this (left to right).
Quickstep R1 blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg0.92x 30 There is only one animation for all quickstep attacks with this weapon. As the hunter hops forward, the weapon is thrust forward.
Backstep R1 blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg0.98x 30 As the hunter hops forward, the Tonitrus is raised to the left side of the body and swiped horizontally to the right.
Rolling R1 blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg0.87x 30 The weapon is thrust forward, just like the quickstep attacks.
Dash R1 blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.08x 20 (+run) The weapon is lifted to the right side of the body about shoulder height and brought across to the left horizontally.
R2 Attack blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.23x 37 The hunter brings the mace behind at about hip height, before lifting over the head and right shoulder and diagonally bringing the weapon down near the left foot.striking the ground.
Charged blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.92x 55 The weapon is brought further back and up compared to the R2, before swiping horizontally from right to left.
Backstep R2 blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.23x 40 The weapon is lifted overhead. As the hunter steps forward, the weapon is brought straight down into the ground.
Dash R2 blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.18x 30 (+run) The attack uses the same animation as the backstep R2.
Leap blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.53x 50 The weapon is lifted over the right shoulder as the character leaps forward, and swung in a downward diagonal from right to left, striking the ground as the hunter lands.
Transform Attack blunt.jpgbolt_atk.jpg1.10x 40 (+x) The weapon has only one transformation attack animation. Tonitrus is lifted about face level, parallel to the ground pointing left and charged. The weapon is brought back to the right side and thrust forward.
Transformed Moveset
Move Damage Type & Modifier Stamina Effect
Transform N/A 0 Increases bolt damage for all attacks. There are no additional moves available from "transforming"
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  1. Tested in PvP with naked characters, BL 120 with maxed weapon



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    • Anonymous

      Question about "plain" physical damage: all the attacks on this page are listed as Blunt (for the physical component). However, there is still a separate number for plain physical attack, and it doesn't go up if you eg add a blood gem that only boosts blunt. Is this just a meaningless aesthetic thing so that the table on game doesn't awkwardly have a missing row? Or is there some attack that does plain physical damage/other reason it could ever matter?

      • Anonymous

        If you hate the tonitrus, **** you. The tonitrus is a way of life and you simply can't comprehend it, you don't have enough insight. You don't have the eyes required to see the beauty of this thing, and that it is an absolute monster. This weapon is truly a great one, and gets more blood on its tip than a male **** star does in menstruation fetish videos. It does bolt damage, so its great for arcane builds. It ****s **** up with its great strength scaling, the ONLY stat you should worry about as dex is for pussies. It simply is THE weapon to use. Oh what, you think you should use the mlgs or the boom hammer instead? chud weapons for chud hunters. They are so big and bulky, using it looks more like compensation than practicality. Use the tonitrus, give in to the sparky bowling ball.

        • Anonymous

          one of my favorite weapons. Some folks don't like the Tonitrus due to its moveset and lack of a "true" transformed mode. However, with the right stats it does trememdous damage. If you are someone who likes the saw cleaver for example, but needs something with more stopping power when fighting non-beast enemies, the Tonitrus can be a good choice, especially against kin enemies. The Tonitrus cannot do thrust damage, however kin are also vulnerable to lightning, which the Tonitrus can activate without needing bolt paper.

          However, its a relatively slow and predictable weapon; I would not take it into PvP. You will probably have a hard time using it against NPC hunters as well, and the reach is short, which will bite in areas such as the forbidden woods. Lastly, while the buff is not DS1 flask drinking levels of slow and awkward, its long enough for enemies to exploit. I recommend practicing with the transform attack(s), which will allow you to buff without having to 100% let your guard down.

          Ludwig's holy blade is an ok replacement if you are an arcane character, but do not like the Tonitrus. But I imagine the Tonitrus does more damage.

          • Anonymous

            The tiny tonitrus description doesn't say flail interestingly enough. Not sure why this one does. Most morning stars were maces rather than flails. Flails were quite rare.

            • Anonymous

              Uncanny Tonitrus found in False Depth Root Pthumeru, in Layer 1 pre-boss bonus area) glyph: fearrfan . Thanks to this video! (https://youtu.be/1bs0Ee0-6IU)

              • Anonymous

                If i do a fire damage build with it, would it be any good, i wanted to do it for the lolz, but i want to know if its good or not

                • Anonymous

                  If you're checking its AR make sure you're not at full health.
                  In L1 mode it had phantom AR when you're at full health... So many years and they still haven't fixed that bug.

                  • Anonymous

                    As much as I want to like it, it just feels better grabbing LHB and infusing it to deal solely bolt damage. Besides, Kin are typically weak to both bolt AND thrust, while resistant to blunt, so this weapon trips itself up a bit there if you're optimizing weapons for PvE. It's good for the first playthrough at least, but then it's better left in storage once you've collected enough bolt gems.

                    • Anonymous

                      Celestial Emissary: NOO! I'M A GREAT ONE! YOU CAN'T JUST BEAT WITH A BALL ON A STICK LIKE THAT NOOO!

                      Me: Hehe Tonitrus go BZZZZZZ

                      • Anonymous

                        Great for pure strength builds as well! Just put it to +3 and throw some leftover gems on it and you'll be able to kill those pesky brainsuckers without needing a thrust type weapon

                        • Anonymous

                          Pros:
                          -Crazy early game damage
                          -Low requirements and scales with strength and arcane
                          Cons:
                          -Gotta keep pressing L1
                          -Low durability so annoying :(

                          • Anonymous

                            I have 2 weapon tonitus with bolt and sawsoear with fire gem tonitus more damage but use many stamina but this damage very sick this Mines just durability

                            • Anonymous

                              I really didn't expect it to be so strong on a str/arc build... everything that isn't a darkbeast dies so quickly

                              • Anonymous

                                A unique trick weapon contrived by Archibald, the infamous eccentric of the Healing Church workshop, for the express purpose of shoving it up the ass of overgrown meteorite spamming spiders.

                                • Anonymous

                                  I recently made an Arcane build and this thing is nuts. The damage more than doubles when you use the L1. At first using L1 frequently was annoying, but it really grows on you. How badass is it to casually charge it as you walk up to another hunter. (Does mad damage to humans)

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Don't underestimate this thing with nourishing gems with even a little ARC investment. The bolt buff paired with blunt dmg reaches insane levels of damage with good enough gems

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Simplicity is good and refreshing in a game with such complex weapons. This thing has no secret gimmick or super combo; it's an electric mace and it hurts things when it hits them.

                                      • Idk what's up with the "due to his fascination with Darkbeasts this weapon may have just been to replicate their sparks" BS. Wtf you mean "may have been"? The spark hunter badhe outright states he spent his life trying to replicate the sparks of a darkbeast artificially. Ofc his ONLY trick weapon was an attempt to replicate darkbeast sparks. It wasnt for purification or cleansing, that's fire. Learn your***** before you edit a wiki.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          people complain(ed) that both this and the boom hammer have underwhelming movesets. but when used as sidearms that can actually be a very great boon. weapons like HMS and the wheel have fancy movesets that (if you’re a dummy like me, at least) can be difficult to keep in your head while in combat. having a more straightforward weapon that you can switch to without mentally “shifting gears” to another complex moveset is great. does suck that we never got the true electrified morning star flail, but I still love the tonitrus. never leave the dream without it tbh.

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Probably the most denigrated weapon in the game. The durability is low, and it's kinda boring compared to the other weapons. But it's decent, IMO. I like simplicity.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Ill bet Archibald created this weapon by looking at a bowling ball thinking "lol imagine if that were on a stick... That also electrocuted people"

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Has anyone paired this with a fire gem? I have and have noticed it does nice against other bosses as well. Anyone els?

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  FRC Loran dskffdu5 - L1 Fading Lake, L2 Stunning Deep Sea, L3 Lost Beast Claw, L4 Uncanny Burial Blade and Lost Tonitrus. Ritual materials: 20 Ritual Blood 5, 12 Tomb Mould 5, 24 Blooming Flowers, 10 Bastards of Loran and 4 Red Jelly. Bosses: Beast-possessed Soul, Undead Giant (chains), Loran Darkbeast and Aamygdala.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    I've experimented with this low durability and put in 3 -65% durability cursed gems on it and it...it broke during a fight against a single undead giant...

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Only thing I hate about this weapon is it’s low durability. I often have to set it aside for boss runs or emergency clearance. Weapon is a godsend in dealing with Rom the spider and her spiderlings.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        The Church probably wasn't fond of Archibald's research since his weapons were more useful for killing the Kin, which is probably the opposite of what they wanted. Not to mention they forbade a lot of research into beasthood (beast blood pellets, beast runes, etc.).

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          tbh I feel like it's way better just to equip a choice weapon with all Bolt blood gems and save it for any time you encounter enemies weak to Bolt, i.e. most kin enemies, at least after the first playthrough. That way you don't have to worry about durability as much, and you won't have to bother buffing the weapon, and you could give yourself a way better moveset. My choice weapon for this was Ludwig's Holy Blade, and now I have over 500 Bolt ATK attached to it, and almost every kin enemy goes down in one or two hits. Ebrietas dies in just about 10 hits to her face with the transformed blade.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            This thing absolutely tore through every single enemy in the game on my second playthrough. Absolute beast while transformed, easiest wetnurse fight of my life.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              I'd suggest nourishing or bolt gems for this thing, but avoiding odd bolt gems. It appears that bonuses provided by +% gems are multiplied by the buff, whereas the flat bonuses provided by odd gems are added after all other damage, and are not multiplied by the buff. Also, avoid cursed gems with -durability drawbacks, which will ruin the Tonitrus after only a few buffed swings.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                The wiki mentions this bug twice, but it's a little unclear - when you are buffed AND at full health, the damage will be listed as much higher. This does not actually change the damage. The article notes at one point that the correct damage is the non-full-health value, but later goes on to say that the correct value is the full-health display. Does anyone know which one it is?

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  A leveled Tonitrus is a real sexy tool against bosses in late game, like Rom, The One Reborn and Wet Nurse, for its well balanced speedy moveset and bolt damage. With its poor durability it might not be suitable for map walkthroughs but certainly worth considering for boss fights. Highly recommend for new and handicap players like myself:P

                                                                  • So i was messing around with the tonitrus today, and it seems to me that hitting an enemy while using the L1 buff increases the rate of wear on the weapon. Can someone else test this? I hit an enemy twice, and durability was still 100. i then hit two enemies with 1 buffed strike and it Dropped to 96. Thoughts?

                                                                    • just to clear it up for anyone who doesnt know but the arcane scaling seems to be hidden and is actually higher than D. +10 tonitrus AR 293 - with 40 arcane upon transforming the AR hits 537 O-O with no blood gems im assuming you can imagine what it hits if you invest in strength as well

                                                                      • An actual downside in my eyes is that it does not transform into a different weapon, unlike all other weapons, meaning limited move-set and less versatility. The damage is amazing though.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          I got a blood gem that adds (not UPs) fire damage, as well as UPping physical attack. Put that thing on the Tonitrus and now it does both (it animates fire, though). Best weapon to me. Similar to Quelaag's Furysword in Dark Souls in attack style.

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            i added a fire gem to it and it now burns enemies but the numbers doesnt change (eg fire damage still 0) how exactly does it work?

                                                                            • So i have been wondering, how does raising the blunt attack compare to raising the phys atk, or both? in other words, is it better with this particular weapon to focus on gems that increase blunt, phys, or both?

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                So, I don't know if by pure luck this happened, but I found both a Lost Tonitrus and a Lost Beast Claw while playing in a Makeshift Altar Loran dungeon (Which I haven't even completed past the Lower Pthumeru Chalice dungeons). The conducter's name was Heisenberg and the glyph is fxx8phm9.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  It might be worth adding that after the first two swings, the Tonitrus's swing pattern becomes more diagonal, and it seems to swing with more momentum as hinted by the increased swinging sound effects.

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    There may be some significance to this weapon lore wise as it, the tiny Tonitrus, and the Dark Beast are all found in the Yharr'Gul Unseen village. Perhaps Archibald had some connection with the school of Mensis.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Is every attack blunt? if it is wouldn't it be more worth it to add blunt attack gems instead of just physical ups?

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        The buff to the tonitrus increases in damage when at full health. I just tested it with no gems equipped....Without full health the buff is weaker.

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          I tested this and found that the durability of the weapon goes down one point every 4-5 hits when unbuffed, and 1-2 hits when buffed. So the extra damage does come at a price of an increased rate of erosion on the weapon.

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            So it scales with both strength and arcane at the same time right? Unlike the Ludwig where it's strictly strength and skill or arcane by itself.. I am currently equipped with Ludwig and Hunter's axe.. Is it recommended to use Ludwig and Tonitrus.. If so what build would be recommended.. Should I start pumping some arcane for the Tonitrus?

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              Anyone noticing that Tonitrus loses buff damage after you lose some health? At full HP I get 774, then when I lose even a little health, I get 554. What is going on here? Maybe a patch did this?

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                "It's considerably useful against opponents that are weak against bolt and blunt damage." NO *****. NEVER WOULD'VE GUESSED.

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  "Best weapon in the game", "technically the strongest weapon in the game" "highest damage output of all weapons in the game with buff"... Wonder if this is the same person who crapped all over the Blades of Mercy page. It's a trick weapon, the have advantages and drawbacks that balance it out. There is no superior or inferior trick weapon. Of course I'm not saying the Tonitrus is bad, it's a very good weapon situationally. In other situations, however, specifically against enemies/bosses strong to blunt (sadly, most bosses have good blunt defense) or bolt. I'm just saying this page makes this weapon out to seem like Jesus used it, it's a bit misleading for a wiki page to have so much hype for this weapon.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    The weapon also looks like the small brass tool used to discharge electricity. I dont remember the name of that, if anyone could figure it out.

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      When I read that I was about to fight a Brainsucker as I boss I was slightly dreading it, but then I started hitting it with my Tonitrus and It died before the buff wore off.

                                                                                                      • It should actually be Changes 2.0 because I made several changes to this page a long time ago, back before I made an official account here, but whatever.

                                                                                                        Anyways, did some cleaning up on the page. I do have to admit that I don't know for sure if the numbers are accurate, but I do know is that this hurts ALOT in capable hands. This is granted that you pick the weapon up in an area whose boss is, coincidently, extremely resistant to its damage.

                                                                                                        • Glyph: 2mqkc4cv Ailing Loran root chalice. both offerings. Uncanny beast claw and lost rifle spear in layer 1, lost hunter axe in layer 2 (I think) and uncanny tonitrus in layer 3.

                                                                                                          • It's a great weapon, i used it second to Ludwig's on my first playthough. For me durability wasn't really a problem as I used it effectively for elemental damage, the speed is also fantastic. On my third play-through I am using it second to my BoM. Second favorite weapon in the game.

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