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It’s fair to say a lot of people have played Elden Ring. Just last year it was announced that Elden Ring had become one of the top ten best-selling premium games in the history of the U.S. games market. With this in mind, it’s fair to assume that the game has attracted a large range of different players, each with their own preferred ways of dealing with the game’s many tough encounters. However, there’s one type of player in particular that Elden Ring fans are fed up with.
Taking to the Elden Ring Reddit, user Sweet_potato13 noted their frustration with a player who summoned them three times to help beat one of the game’s most challenging bosses, Malenia. While they weren’t angry at being summoned they were frustrated at the lack of effort their teammate put into helping them fight Malenia. They said, “You didn’t summon me once, or twice, I had to help you out three times before I was even able to get her health low enough without you dying again just to disconnect me to pretend like you soloed her”.
Responding to the post from Sweet_potato13 another player noted that, “There’s a special place in the Lands Between for those types of Tarnished.” Another user pointed out a similarly frustrating encounter they had with another player while fighting Malenia. They said, “Shout out to the guy who f**ked off in a corner for two minutes and then whiffed every single one of his shots on her when he finally joined in, leaving me to effectively solo her. He even tried to kill steal when she was like one hit away only to run right into a grab and heal her for a massive amount so I couldn’t finish her off. F**k you”.
Overall, Elden Ring fans are hoping some players might see these grievances and be a little more productive during boss fights lest they want to share “a cell with The Dung Eater”. If you’re looking at diving back into Elden Ring or simply looking to try it for the first time our guide on Elden Ring bosses may be of some help to you.
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