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Elden Ring datamine reveals the cover character once had a questline to complete

The Three Fingers are connected to one of the more obscure and sinister aspects of the lore surrounding the Elden Ring. This entity is in opposition to the Two Fingers, who currently hold power, and the teachings that it propagates are regarded as blasphemous by the Golden Order and the people who follow it.

One of the ways the game can end is if the player chooses to Aling with the Three Fingers and embrace the Flame of Frenzy; however, this particular path does not have as much backstory as some of the other possible conclusions. In point of fact, it is not a path that is simple to locate at all.

The Subterranean Shunning Grounds are located deep below Lyndell. This is a place where Omens and other unwanted misshapen creatures are kept, far away from the golden expanses of the capital. It is also the location where one can travel to in order to access the Three Fingers. This connection has, up until this point, only been hinted at. To start, provoking the nomad merchants' anger causes them to resort to attacking with frenzied flames. Despite the fact that they were generally friendly, the merchants gave off the impression that they were harboring some sinister information.

However, thanks to a new discovery made by dataminer Sekiro Dubi, we can now be absolutely certain that this was all a part of an entire questline that was scrapped during the development process. Kale, the first merchant you meet at the Church of Elleh near the beginning of the game, was supposed to be the one in charge of the quest, but he was killed.

Kale does not move at any point in the game, and his part in the plot is extremely unimportant. Aside from the fact that he will sell you some useful items early on in the game, he will also have a few lines about where you can find the half-wolf Blaidd, but that is about all he will say.

Sekiro Dubi, on the other hand, was successful in resurrecting the entirety of a quest that required players to engage in conversation with Kale on multiple occasions. Initially, cheap PS Elden Ring Runes had been planned for the NPC merchant to relocate to Liurnia, and then later, it was supposed to go to the Shunning Grounds below Leyndell.

Finding the Grand Caravan, which has some connection to the history of the nomads, is the primary objective of Kale's quest. This should not be confused with the Troll Caravans, which are pulled by Trolls. Because we don't want to give anything away, let's just say that the quest comes to an end when Kale, with your assistance, learns what happened to the Grand Caravan and swears vengeance. If you did get to that point in the final game, you might have seen the piles of dead people who belonged to Kale's people. In point of fact, this quest would have supplied the much-required context, not to mention added a new dimension to the narrative of the Three Fingers and the Frenzied Flame conclusion.

It is unknown why FromSoftware decided to remove it from the final version of the game, as is the case with other content that was removed from Elden Ring Items PC (and other games). The simple response is to always point the finger at development time, but the developer may also have had a change of heart about the lore implications and chosen to keep the Three Fingers as a more mythical entity. A dataminer may have uncovered some potential Elden Ring Talisman for sale cut content, which may or may not have revealed a questline that involves Vyke, the character who appears on the game's cover art.

The knight that appears on the cover art of ER gold for sale is not actually your character. If you were unaware of this fact, which would be completely understandable given how convoluted the backstory is for FromSoftware's games, the cover art is misleading. It turns out that he is a different character in the game called Vyke, who serves as an invader and is also a boss fight. And now, a video blogger by the name of Sekiro Dubi appears to have uncovered some details that could possibly point to Vyke having a questline in the game at one point.

Some inaccessible dialogue from Gostoc makes a very clear reference to Vyke by referring to a knight who has armor that is melting inwards and is practically falling apart. This knight has a rather revolting appearance and is practically falling apart.

It appears that Sekiro Dubi found a cut questline for Vyke as well, but neither the text nor the audio from that questline has been preserved. with dialogue options being removed as well, despite the fact that they can still be chosen.

Vyke was supposed to have been summonable in Stormveil castle, and Sekiro Dubi suggests that it might have been for Godfrey rather than Godrick, as the character model of the former was also found to have been spawnable in another datamine. This leads Sekiro Dubi to believe that Vyke was intended to have been for Godfrey rather than Godrick. Despite the fact that there is no way to know for certain.

The rewards for Vyke's quest were also split into three parts: first, there were some Neutralizing Boluses, and then there were two cut items.

Let's take a quick look at Vyke so that we can get some context regarding why it's interesting that he has content that was cut out (spoilers ahead). Vyke is also tainted, just like you. No other Tarnished was said to have been closer to the throne of the Elden Lord than Vyke, at least according to the item descriptions for his armor. The description goes on to explain that Vyke went deep below the capital city and was burned by the flame of frenzy as he made his way back up to the surface.

You have the ability to acquire many different sets of armor throughout the game, including Vyke's. And it is very clearly melted in a number of places, with larger finger prints embedded in the armour, which is most likely as a result of the fact that there are three fingers that reside beneath the city.

This, in turn, indicates that Vyke was influenced by the flame of frenzy, which is something that is caused by a god from the outside and results in madness.

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