It is not any stranger than the other events that take place in Elden Ring

As a result of FromSoftware's recent announcement of an expansion to its acclaimed open world game, the Elden Ring theorists have begun to ramp up their efforts. Since then, there has been a great deal of conjecture, and although the developer of Shadow of the Erdtree did not reveal the identity of the character depicted on the key art for the game, the general opinion is that we are looking at Miquella. On the basis of this supposition, we are taking a much more in-depth look at the angelic Empyrian, and we have come to the conclusion that it is possible that there were certain aspects of Elden Ring that we failed to notice during our initial playthrough of the game.

When it comes to Miquella, the demi-god who is famous for having an unnatural ability to make people love him, there are some fundamentals on which the vast majority of people will agree

1.  To begin, the in-game item descriptions give the impression that Miquella either is Saint Trina, a sleep deity, or may be connected to her in some way

2.  Even though we never actually see Miquella in the game (other than a giant arm hanging in the air), we are aware that he is still alive, even though he may not be entirely present with us in this dimension

3.  And naturally, all of us are aware that Miquella was extremely close to his sister Malenia, and that he had the intention of rescuing her from the corruption that is consuming her

4.  The Haligtree, which you visit toward the end of the game, is a direct consequence of that bond: Miquella wanted to start a new order for the undesirables of society, which ultimately resulted in her giving up the Golden Order that heralds in the Erdtree

All right, cool! You might have overlooked a lot of this information if you weren't paying close attention while reading the descriptions of the various items, but keep in mind that these are just the fundamentals. The manner in which individuals understand these pieces of evidence is an entirely separate issue. Given Miquella's well-documented capacity to sway the opinions of those in his immediate vicinity, some theorists have speculated for a long time about the possibility that he is in some way directing the entirety of your mission. After all, one of his items is literally something that can bewitch enemies into doing his bidding, and all of those extremely rare Trina lilies just so happen to line the path that you need to take in order to finish the game. I could also direct you to deleted content that might hint in that direction, but that's just the first layer of the galaxy's brain that we can access. Now considers the possibility that the rabbit hole goes even further. This is where things start to get exciting.

Was there a romantic connection between Ranni and Miquella?

You are aware of the fact that Radagon is the father of both Ranni and Miquella; this much is common knowledge. Have you taken note of the fact that the very first time Ranni appears, she lulls Kalé to sleep with the same kind of purple fog that appears when you use Saint Trina's items?




Given the nature of their connection, it is not completely implausible to think that the half-siblings may have communicated with one another at some point in time; however, Elden Ring never makes this connection directly clear to the reader. The fact that Miquella is one of three empyrians is merely mentioned by Ranni, but he is not the primary focus of the story that she continues to tell after that.

Therefore, in the beginning, there is no basis for suspecting that Miquella has anything to do with the actions that Ranni is taking. The goals of Ranni and Miquella appear to be diametrically opposed to one another in many respects. Ranni is responsible for Godwyn's death and has cursed him to have a horrible, unstoppable spread through death root. Only Godwyn's soul passes away; his godlike body, however, continues to exist, albeit in a corrupted state. Despite the fact that there is evidence to suggest that Miquella and Godwyn may have had a tumultuous relationship due to the fact that Godwyn was the golden boy of the Order, Miquella still loved him enough to want to ensure that he had a dignified passing. It's possible that Ranni and Miquella are now enemies, but it's also possible that they weren't always like this. One theory suggests that the two used to be friends.

Ranni does reveal to you that the spirit bell that she bestows upon you was once owned by Torrent's previous master; however, it is not immediately clear what this information is intended to convey. But now that we have this piece of artwork, if it is indeed Torrent that is depicted in the picture, then it is possible that Miquella was once the owner of the ghost horse. Actually, the entire plot of Ranni is connected in a surprising number of ways to sleep, which Saint Trina is in charge of governing. There's also the fact that Ranni's mother, Queen Rennala, is trapped in an eternal slumber. I'm sure you are aware of this in the sense that the little blue witch will literally tell you during the middle of the boss fight that "Mother's rich slumber shall not be disturbed by thee." I'm sure you are aware of this. However, if we remove the Saint Trina context from the conversation, there is no reason to reconsider her dialogue at that point. It is strange, to be sure, but not any more so than anything else that takes place in the Elden Ring.

When you consider everything that we find out about sleep, both in-game and through cut content, the fact that Rennala spends most of her time in some form of sleep stands out as an especially interesting fact. Please bear with me because I want to present as much evidence as I possibly can to support my argument about why Rennala might be sleeping. This will be quite a detour, so please stay with me.

The character Kale, who you meet at the beginning of the game, is said to be a member of a race of merchants who have been doomed to perpetual insanity, according to content that was removed from the game. Saint Trina, who may or may not be related to a demi-god who suffers from an incurable disease, has a soft spot in her heart for the underdog. Therefore, she takes it upon herself to sing a unique lullaby to the merchants in order to calm their hysteria and enable them to have a restful night's sleep.

Publicado en Fashion en marzo 16 at 09:16
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