Elden Ring player messages are as dirty as dark souls’

An imaginary warrior looks at a ghostly figure crouching over a corpse with the words "Lover, O Lover, Time for Pickles" displacement on top.

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

The most obvious way to know if Elden Ring Is one soul The game is not a hard to satisfy game loop or confusing lore. No, the real test of Elden Ringinherent of soul-ness is in the messaging system, where players can leave notes asynchronously giving advice to their colleagues about impending dangers or trolling them while jumping off cliffs.

Which says, Elden Ring players can’t just write whatever they want. The message is constructed, like in previous FromSoftware games, using Mad Lib-style templates into which the player can input a long list of words including proper nouns, directions, emotions, dynamics, and words. objects and more. For example, while this is good enough to talk about what’s lurking around the corner in a dungeon, players also come up with clever ways to bypass these restrictions for more vulgar purposes.

Here are some of the best messages I’ve found in the Midlands of the 20+ hours in my time with Elden Ring. And yes, many of them are dirty. I‘ghost child.


Elden Ring not in Fortnite (yet), so this is probably the next best thing.

A text box is reading "Knight Fortress."

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Oh well, I was wondering when it would show up.

A text box is reading "Elden Ring front."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

This isn’t from a player, but I can’t help but laugh Elden RingThe direct explanation of this NPC’s condition.

A text box is reading "She's dead."

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Sometimes the best messages are the clearest. Yes, those are the legs. Thank you, unnamed Tracked.

A text box is reading "Behold, legs!"

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

Elden Ring very stressful, so you have to find time to rest where you can. Why not a giant, wooden chair?

A text box is reading "Time for comfort."

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Leave that poor old woman alone.

A text box is reading "Might be huge but the hole..."

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In my opinion, the best messages combine text with gestures to complete or add to the joke.

A text box is reading "love, darling, Time for pickles."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

As above.

As above.

Also, it’s really fun when a message makes up a joke…

A text box is reading "If only I had a lover..."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

…and something in the world complete breakthrough.

A text box is reading "Whip."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

Some of the most disappointing moments in Elden Ring comes from not being able to use the giant scarab beetle that threatens you in certain regions. Give us a lever, FromSoftware!

A text box is reading "If only I had a lever..."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

I think these people have gone too far to save, but it’s a good thought.

A text box is reading "Hello rain."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

Listening, knowing your limits is important. Do what you have to do, just be safe.

A text box is reading "If only I had a ... giant but hole."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku

Just in case you, like mewonder if Elden Ring maybe pull a Sekiro-as jumping snakes Every time you cross a long bridge, this helpful message will put your mind at ease.

A text box is reading "There is no snake in front."

Screenshots: FromSoftware / Kotaku


Elden Ring It’s pretty tough with a dark plot, but it’s also the funniest game I’ve played in a long time. Feel free to share some of your favorite messages in the comments, I’d love to know what you’ve found and/or come up with yourself. The more absurd the better!

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Curtis Crabtree

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