Elden Ring Community Bids Farewell to the Legend Who Retires After Helping 5000 Players in Beating the Final Boss

Published 11/11/2023, 11:50 PM EST

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A dedicated Elden Ring player is retiring after helping a huge number of players! Souls games are notoriously hard. Their developer, FromSoftware, is very aware of this fact; hence, they give players a way to seek help from other players. This makes getting through some of the hard curves of these punishing games a lot easier. Elden Ring does this too, giving players the option to help others get through tough areas and beat certain bosses.

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Some people dedicate their time to helping others who get stuck in certain spots. This is the path a player called Let Me Solo Her takes. He spent his time defeating Malenia Blade of Miquella again and again numerous times just to help a bunch of players get through her. But it appears there’s one more such player.

Elden Ring players helping each other is an incredible show of fellowship among gamers

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It’s a massive game with over 200 bosses to defeat and hundreds of hours worth of content to experience. As players explore the Lands Between, they can come across anything and anyone—new allies, weird enemies, some collectible stuff—and they can come across one of those hundreds of bosses. Defeating some of them is fairly easy, but others are notoriously hard. And some players need help with those bosses.

That’s when jolly cooperation comes into play, a term coined by Knight Solair in Dark Souls that is relevant to this day. This means cooperation, where players come together to defeat a boss that one alone is finding hard to defeat. This is where Let Me Solo Her comes in; he helps players defeat the hardest boss of Elden Ring, Melania, and he has helped thousands of players to this day. In comes Let Me Solo Them, another player who helps players defeat the final Boss boss if they find them hard. The best part is that Let Me Solo Them recently announced that they have helped 5000 players reach the end of Elden Ring by this time. And with this achievement, they have announced their retirement from this deed.

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These two have very similar names and a very similar getup, but one glaring difference. One plays a male character, while the other uses a female. Other than that, both of their characters are dressed down to their skin and are only seen wearing a pot as a helmet. It is quite a get-up for players who are so good at defeating these hard-as-nails bosses. Soulslike players are indeed an interesting group.

This would continue as there are more bosses coming

This Jolly Co-operation does not need to end either; it will continue when FromSoftware releases the much-awaited expansion for Elden Ring named Shadow of the Erdtree. Currently, details are sparse on this expansion, but many are expecting it to show up during the upcoming Game Awards.

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Fans are expecting this expansion to bring a new perspective to the story of Elden Ring. Many are focused on Miquella, as he is one of the most interesting characters in this game. And if Miquella is ever coming back as a main focus, players can be sure Melania is coming back too.

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Rohit Sejwal

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Rohit Sejwal is a senior eSports writer at EssentiallySports. Rohit has an MSc. in Journalism and was a part of OMLogic and other organizations working in a diverse range of content creation fields, including editing, content writing, and scriptwriting.
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