Elden Ring Player finds Star Wars reference in message

The popular in-game network community sphere of Elden Ring shares a witty reference to a meme from the third part of Star Wars.

Elden ringThe company’s internal social network has taken on a life of its own since launch. Players are able to communicate with each other in Elden ring through a series of direct and indirect ways if they so choose. For example, if players are online, they will surely notice blank text icons throughout the game that real players have left there.

These messages are relatively pre-made via templates, but players can combine different phrases and words to create their own note that other players will see when they interact with it in the place where they wrote it. Also, if readers rate it as Good, they will be rewarded and incentivized with a Vial of Crimson Tears to restore health. Elden ring is now full of messages from players, and one player recently shared his discovery of one that makes an explicit reference to Star Wars with the minimal subtextual and contextual information that is offered.


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Redditor u/Random_Robloxian shares a screenshot of when they found a player’s message on Elden ring which refers to a specific Obi-Wan Kenobi meme from Star Wars: Episode 3 – Revenge of the Sith. The meme comes from Obi-Wan stating that he has the “high ground”, which has also taken on a life of its own as part of many Star Wars memes that originated from previous movies. the message in Elden ring it reads: “Behold, high point! So give it up!” As this message appears on a shore of rough terrain near a lava lake on Mount Gelmir, it is a clear reference to the Star Wars Mustafar’s planet.

This message accurately describes the Star Wars meme with contextual clues like Mt. Gelmir portraying Mustafar, and the prefab phrase of “high point” and “give up” as close as the player could get to the actual Obi-Wan quote in the movie. But this message isn’t the first clever reference gamers have discovered. Likewise, a message referred Lord of the Rings‘ Mount Doom in Elden ringwith the message suggesting players to “try to play” the holder Elden ring.

Other messages left by players were produced purely to troll other players, such as messages that appear below Elden ring‘s to troll or groom players. Likewise, some messages allude to walls or invisible items that aren’t there. Some messages notify players of impending threats, but not all messages are reliable due to this imbalance of trolls and players genuinely wanting to help their Tarnished companions. Still, these messages are often hilarious, and niche references with subtle contextual clues make for amusing diversions in the Middlelands.

Elden ring is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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