Elden Ring Player discovers walking mausoleum after 1,000 hours of play (105 views)
30 May 2023 09:24
An Elden Ring player has discovered an unusual detail about a skull that is the weak point of a walking mausoleum after 1,000 hours of play. Elden Ring has a huge open world and most players miss very important details on their first playthrough, but this player took a really long time to see this. Players can prepare enough Elden Ring Runes for Sale in the game.
With a vast open world and plenty of enemies, Elden Ring is by far the longest game FromSoftware has ever released. Fortunately, it's never a dull experience, as it contains some of the best enemies and bosses in the game, all of which act in unique ways. Gaining true efficiency in Elden Ring's battles requires not only great skill and lots of practice, but also an understanding of how these enemies move. Since the title can easily take over 100 hours to get through, though, some gamers may take a long time to learn all the details of these enemies.
Recently, Elden Ring veteran Existing-Ad4603 shared their latest findings via social media, saying it took them 1,000 hours to really notice it. According to the players, the small skull that serves as the weak point of the walking mausoleum is actually the head of the headless mausoleum knight that guards the mausoleum. Players believe that when the mausoleum collapses, these protective knights will also die, which further confirms this point.
Existing-Ad4603 was surprised to find that other players did not know this either. For example, TRex_Eggs confirmed in the comments of the thread that they initially thought the heads were barnacles that were just there to disrupt the mausoleum. This seems to be a fairly common opinion among the community. Elden Ring is basically littered with skulls, one Reddit user affirmed, so naturally most people didn't even notice them or associate these weaknesses with headless guards.
However, after countless hours of discovering these strange details is not as rare as it sounds. A few days ago, an Elden Ring player discovered an enemy interaction after more than 800 hours of play. In this case, a player was fighting both a Great Wyrm Theodorix and a Giant Land Octopus. After a while, the two enemies began fighting each other, something they claimed to have never seen before. Elden Ring may be more than a year old at this point, but gamers may still find more of these strange interactions in the future. For a more detailed guide to the game, see oggah.com.