Elden Ring Player discovers a big secret about one character

one secret elden ring The character, in particular, has apparently been revealed through a new YouTube video. The secret character includes Godrick the Grafted, who is the game’s first boss and ruler of Limgrave who resides in Stormveil Castle. There are two heirs to this throne in the tradition: Kenneth Height and Neville Lux, the latter being the daughter of the first Elden Lord Godfrey. You may know her as Hora Lux, one of the last bosses in the game. In the game, these are the only suspected heirs, but it appears that there was a third heir at some point during development.

Content clipping is very common in game development. Any AAA production not only cuts out the content, it usually contains a lot of it. Content is cut off for various reasons. To that end, FromSoftware appears to have been planning to make Gatekeeper Gostoc the third heir, as the character has a dialogue where he claims to be Godrick’s son. Whether or not this claim is true, we will never know.

As for the discovery, it was made by Zullie the Witch after searching the game files. Below, you can watch a video showing the discovery and some of the speculation based around it.

“The emergence of a royal line and competing lineages among different, or even similar, noble lineages is a fundamental influence of George R.R. Martin,” says YouTuber of the situation. “Whether GRRM wrote for Gustock himself, or that FromSoftware only intended to follow the tone he usually sets in his writing, it would not be out of place in any given book in the A song about snow and fire a series. However, given what we see of Gustock’s behavior prior to Godric’s defeat, it would also not be inappropriate for him to lie or be deceived about his heritage. Which character will be awarded the crown may be quite a mystery.”

elden ring Available across PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. For more coverage on the most popular and top-rated game of 2022, click here.

“If FromSoftware’s previous games were solo successes, Elden Ring sounds like the developer’s ‘Greatest Hits’ collection,” says the opening of our review of the game. “It plays as the culmination of every clever idea that FromSoftware has had throughout its grueling games while still finding ways to build on the murky experience the studio has built over the years. The half jokes it refers to as ‘Dark Souls 4’ aren’t far off, but it manages to be more Much more than that, too.”


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