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Elden Ring’s Most OP Ash Mimic Tear Was Almost Even Cooler

Asimi would obviously hibernate in Tainted until the player killed Starscourge Radahn and cleared the way. Elden RingFound your way to ‘s Nokron, Eternal City, or Nokstrella. There she would have asked the player to find the two holy grails, each hidden in the Eternal City. The Holy Grail was also removed from the game, but drinking its contents would have empowered Asimi in some way. The end of the quest line is unclear, but “perfect whole‘ with Nullrinn speculating that it may have been a Mimic Tear boss fight after Asimi mimics the player’s appearance.

Unfortunately removing this quest from the game will take away some extra sense from the main quest as well as Mimic Tear. Asimi probably didn’t become one of the bosses needed to complete it. Elden Ring, but the conversation before killing the doppelganger reveals that Asimi planned to dedicate her time to while the Tainted Elden became Lord, hoping to eventually usurp the throne and take over the player’s life as a copy. The Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes were probably granted at some point in the sidequest after Asimi calmed down.

The additional narrative associated with Mimic Tear would have justified its dominance in the gameplay meta as well. Rather than innocuous silver teardrops that could impersonate the player, Asimi’s questline would add much more context to the overpowered item and explain its strength as a true copy of Tainted, who would eventually sit on the throne. The journey to and from Nokron is still memorable, but the final showdown with Mimic is shattered. Elden Ring Cut content would have been better.

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Elden Ring’s Most OP Ash Mimic Tear Was Almost Even Cooler

Asimi seemingly would have hibernated inside the Tarnished until the player managed to kill Starscourge Radahn and open the way to Elden Ring‘s Nokron, Eternal City, or found the path to Nokstrella. There, she would have asked the player to seek out two chalices, each hidden in an Eternal City. The chalices have similarly been cut from the game, but drinking their contents would have empowered Asimi in some way. The ending of the quest line is unclear, but based on dialog from Asimi that describes becoming “a perfect whole” with the Tarnished, Nullrinn speculates that Asimi would have become the Mimic Tear boss fight after copying the player’s appearance.
Cutting this quest from the game unfortunately removes some additional flair from not only the Mimic Tear, but the main quest as well. Asimi likely wouldn’t have become one of the bosses required to finish Elden Ring‘s story, but the dialog before killing the doppelgänger reveals that Asimi was planning on biding her time while the Tarnished became Elden Lord, hoping to eventually usurp the throne, taking over the player’s life as a copy. The Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes probably would have been granted at some point in the side quest, maybe after Asimi had been pacified.
The extra narrative associated with the Mimic Tear would have justified its dominance in the gameplay meta as well. Instead of being an innocuous Silver Tear that can imitate the player, Asimi’s quest line would have added so much more context to the overpowered item, explaining its strength as a genuine copy of the Tarnished that will eventually sit on the throne. The journey into and through Nokron is still memorable, but the final showdown against the Mimic Tear in Elden Ring would’ve been even better with the cut content.

Source: Nullrinn/YouTube

#Elden #Rings #Ash #Mimic #Tear #Cooler

Elden Ring’s Most OP Ash Mimic Tear Was Almost Even Cooler

Asimi seemingly would have hibernated inside the Tarnished until the player managed to kill Starscourge Radahn and open the way to Elden Ring‘s Nokron, Eternal City, or found the path to Nokstrella. There, she would have asked the player to seek out two chalices, each hidden in an Eternal City. The chalices have similarly been cut from the game, but drinking their contents would have empowered Asimi in some way. The ending of the quest line is unclear, but based on dialog from Asimi that describes becoming “a perfect whole” with the Tarnished, Nullrinn speculates that Asimi would have become the Mimic Tear boss fight after copying the player’s appearance.
Cutting this quest from the game unfortunately removes some additional flair from not only the Mimic Tear, but the main quest as well. Asimi likely wouldn’t have become one of the bosses required to finish Elden Ring‘s story, but the dialog before killing the doppelgänger reveals that Asimi was planning on biding her time while the Tarnished became Elden Lord, hoping to eventually usurp the throne, taking over the player’s life as a copy. The Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes probably would have been granted at some point in the side quest, maybe after Asimi had been pacified.
The extra narrative associated with the Mimic Tear would have justified its dominance in the gameplay meta as well. Instead of being an innocuous Silver Tear that can imitate the player, Asimi’s quest line would have added so much more context to the overpowered item, explaining its strength as a genuine copy of the Tarnished that will eventually sit on the throne. The journey into and through Nokron is still memorable, but the final showdown against the Mimic Tear in Elden Ring would’ve been even better with the cut content.

Source: Nullrinn/YouTube

#Elden #Rings #Ash #Mimic #Tear #Cooler


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