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Elden Ring Story Trailer Explained



FromSoftware bestowed us with a brand new Elden Ring Trailer at The Game Awards. In the latest Elden Ring trailer, FromSoftware took a break from gameplay to show us Elden Ring Lore and what could be the Elden Ring Intro Cinematic. So, Dave Klein…

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  1. I found an article in the Bandai Europe site that lays out the events a bit more clearly. A group of the demi gods where killed simultaneously in an organized attack. The Elden ring shattered after Godwyn died. The article does not mention the death rune at all.

  2. In regards to Godrick the Golden, I suspect that he calls himself "The Golden" in an attempt to have some sort of glory. Most people just refer to him as "The Grafted", and his intro cutscene has him talking to a dragon's corpse about how he wants to ascend.

  3. In regards to Godrick the Golden, I suspect that he calls himself "The Golden" in an attempt to have some sort of glory. Most people just refer to him as "The Grafted", and his intro cutscene has him talking to a dragon's corpse about how he wants to ascend.

  4. Been a big fan of your channel since I found it after I started playing the souls game back in 2014, and I've got to say that I'm unbelievably hyped for Elden Ring, and hopefully the masses of new content you'll be creating for it 👍.

    Also, any chance that you will be doing another one of your in depth looks at the design of the other soulsborne games like your Dark Souls one?

  5. How can the shattering proceed the death rune being stolen seeing as it's a shard piece? Or am I misunderstanding the word proceed?
    The word shard typically means a piece that has broken.
    Unless the ring was already falling apart (which kinda just makes the story more difficult than it is) then I'm not too sure about that idea.
    In any case, love the content.
    Best community in gaming imo.

  6. All I got from the trailer was "blah blah the old glory gone…blah blah blah the curse of the undead spreading…blah blah you need to defeat these bosses to progress the story, chosen undead". I don't have very high expectations for storytelling in From Games in general. So far, Sekiro is their masterpiece in terms of storytelling. And don't get me wrong, I am all crazy for Miyazaki games. Have been so for the past decade.

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