Elden Ring: Discover a quest in which to collect the dreams of the enemies among the cut contents

Elden Ring: Discover a quest in which to collect the dreams of the enemies among the cut contents

Elden Ring

Lance McDonald, a well-known dataminer in the soulslike scene, posted a video showing an Elden Ring quest that was not included in the full game content and that required the Lightless to collect the dreams of enemies and NPCs scattered throughout the Interregnum. .

The mechanic in question is called "Dream Mist" and would have allowed the player to extrapolate a copy of the dreams of an enemy or an NPC, asleep thanks to the use of a special liquid. It is unclear why this content was cut, as apparently several NPCs have dialogue referencing the quest.

Lance McDonald further explains that the quest was linked to an absent NPC as well. in the game, which would explain to Senzaluce how to extrapolate dreams and thus discover "the deepest and darkest secrets". The character would give the player a key item called "St. Trina's Crystal Ball", needed to collect the "Dream Mist" from enemies and more.

In the video we see McDonald offering the soporific drink to the merchant Kalé. Once asleep a line of dialogue would alert the player that the NPC's sleep "is disturbed by the nightmare of his eyes being burned by the Frenzied Flame". McDonald therefore assumes that the mechanics of the Dream Mist would have made it possible to discover further secrets of the characters and lore of Elden Ring.

Staying on the subject, thanks to a mod for the PC version of Elden Ring it is possible to use the classes of the closed beta.

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