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Elden Ring Players Love Pope Turtle

FromSoftware's worlds are often dark and dangerous, but they also contain a few wholesome, charming elements. Elden Ring contains one such element in ..


Elden Ring Players Love Pope Turtle




FromSoftware's worlds are often dark and dangerous, but they also contain a few wholesome, charming elements. Elden Ring contains one such element in the form Miriel, Pastor Of Vows. Their distinctive hats and gigantic turtle forms have earned them the title Pope Turtle. This character is extremely valuable for those who wish to increase their magic repertoire. However, the concept of the character is so appealing that people just can't stop admiring it. Learn why Elden Ring Players fell in love with Pope Turtle.

Sending this screenshot whenever someone asks what elden ring is about pic.twitter.com/qBdxgUqeCg

-- kurt (@_kurtosis) March 4, 2022

Elden Ring Pope Turtle Location Miriel, Pastorof Vows, can be found north of East Liurnia's Artist's Shack. Although you can learn powerful magic from this area, many players ignore the obvious immersion flaw: you cannot pet the turtle. You can hug characters, but you cannot interact with beloved animals. It's really a shame because Miriel is already a popular Reddit and Twitter character.

There's another thing about Miriel and any other docile animal in this game. Players can't help using the message function to amusingly trolling readers. You can now see that Miriel is a dog and appraise the messages declaring absurd claims to give health players.

hand down my favourite joke in Elden Ring is players calling Turtles dogs pic.twitter.com/bYVUik1ORR

Windows 98 Tech Support (@Win98Tech February 27, 2022

It's also important to keep in mind that there is an atonement pool nearby Miriel. However, most players agree that if you strike Miriel harder than other NPCs, it may be an unforgivable crime. You might consider using the Duelist's Furled Finger to leave PvP signs nearby if you do decide to go over this line. We have a few questions.

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This article was last updated March 6, 2022
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