Fram Software games usually offer the player stories and worlds with deep and confusing intentions. Players and theorists are still trying to figure out the story and background of the Dark Souls and Bloodborne games, and Alden Ring continues this proud tradition by offering a storyline full of amazing information that is strangely easy to ignore./p>
The overall story of Alden Ring is largely straightforward: the player must collect huge pieces and put Alden Ring together to become the next Alden Lord. Along the way, the player's character needs a lot of tools and equipment, and sometimes he encounters people with whom he has the potential to unite. However, this narrative stimulus does not even reach the shell of the game's story. Although much of Alden Ring's background appears to have been attributed to George R. Once R-Martin has been reported, players will most likely discover the game's story through the usual Solborne techniques (such as item descriptions and vague character dialogues). It is not uncommon for players to ignore these vital (or at least fascinating) parts of a character's history and motivation simply because they have not acquired all the items in the game.
Here are some interesting things about the story of Alden Ring that you may have overlooked during the hundreds of hours you play. p>
In the Alden Ring, the flour tree is the source of everything. This glowing giant tree is the physical embodiment of Alden Ring and apparently the source of life in the Middle Ages. However, the truth of the origin of the flour tree is much darker than it seems. In fact, the arbor tree may be an invasive species. As players advance in the Old Ring, they will find a variety of building materials, including a strange item called a Root Resin. The game is full of items that originate from the flour tree (including gold beads and crimson amber medals) but resin root is not one of them. According to the description of the item, this material originally comes from the "roots of the Great Tree" which were once intertwined with the flour tree.
This entry could indicate that the two trees were sister. The "Protection of the Erdtree" spell states: "In the beginning, everything was in opposition to the Erdtree." This text shows that the flour tree is not, as some believe, the cause and origin of the Middlelands. In fact, many other items support the hypothesis that the Ard tree essentially invaded the Middle East. For example, the Remembrance of the Dragonlord item claims that its owner, the dragon lord Placidusax, was "a lord of the world in the pre-arid era," and the Elden Stars spell description states that one of the foreign gods, Greater Will, conquered the middle lands with a meteor. It sowed a rock that eventually led to the formation of the Alden Ring and thus the Flour Tree. However, calling the flour tree a parasite is a bit of an exaggeration, at least as long as you visit the game cellars. Each of these black holes has roots that are filled with corpses. In addition, Miquella's Needle item explains that the needle was made to "repel the interference of foreign gods." These foreign gods certainly seem to include the Greater Will. Although Greater Will brought the "Golden Order" to the Middle Ages through the Ard and Alden Rings, this creature clearly did not have good intentions. p>
The middlelands are made up of very beautiful and eye-catching landscapes, and if the underground geese that have hidden mysterious ecosystems in Consider that the number of these important perspectives doubles. Two of these important areas are the immortal cities of Nokron and Nokstella. Any player who enters these hidden citadels will no doubt wonder why these cities are underground. The correct answers to this question can be found in the description of items and charms. The clearest clues can be found in the text of the Nox Swordstress and Monk armor, in which the inhabitants of Nokron and Noxtella, the Knoxes, once "provoked the wrath of the Greater Will and were banished to the depths of the earth." So if Greater Will is responsible for this incident, what did the Knoxes do that attracted the attention of foreign gods? There are two possibilities.
One possible answer is the "hidden treasure of the Eternal City of Necron" or in other words the Fingerlayer sword. This weapon can apparently harm the Greater Will and his "servants" (for example, Dave Alden). It makes sense for Greater Will to be angry at making a sword to kill him, as well as its makers.
To "make a lord." Finally experiments The silver tear led to the Mimic Tear, which may have been the main motivator behind Knox's exile.
These cities are now underground, but it is not clear how Greater Will managed to do so. We can assume that it was the work of a meteorite that eventually created the Alden Ring, but the main culprit seemed to be Astel, the natural offspring of Void. According to its Remembrance, Stell was once a "defective star" who "destroyed an eternal city." In other words, the Greater Will destroyed the necron or Noxtella from space with a meteorite that was either steel or would later be transformed. Elegance seems to be none other than the skills and abilities of the Greater Will.
How Alden Ring was made
As mentioned earlier, an alien god, Greater Will, threw a meteorite into the middle ground, causing the tree to grow. But the meteorite was not an extraterrestrial seed. According to the Elden Stars spell, the meteorite was originally a giant creature called the Demon Elden. In addition, the text of the spell states that the demon Alden becomes the Alden Ring. No one knows how this metamorphosis occurred, but there is a popular and interesting theory that seems to provide a plausible explanation for the event. Immortal Alden did not own the ring, but was only a "carrier" for it. Alden Ring may not be a physical object, and it basically "exists" as long as it is inside someone. Such an explanation explains why Alden Ring floats inside him in the battle of Bass with Radagon from the golden command, and also why the real bass of Dave Alden's game comes out of him after Radagon's death. Without the host, the Alden Ring returns to its original state. Of course, this theory does not explain how Queen Marika Alden dismantled the ring and turned it into massive fossils, but it does offer at least a plausible explanation of how the ring formed. Finally, Alden Ring controls the metaphysical laws of reality, which include death. So why should such a powerful object be confined to the physical form?
Godfrey is the first to be tarnished
In Alden Ring, the player takes on the role of a scapegoat, a member of the exiled people who have lost the gift of the flour tree. Like all parties, there is always a "first man" and although we know the current famous members of the party such as Roger and Pecz, the question arises as to who was the founder of this party? Who was the first to get mad? The first to be captured is the first Lord Alden, Godfrey.
After Godfrey's defeat by the player, he gets the Remembrance of Hoarah Loux (Hoarah Loux is Godfrey's real name), which can be turned into Ron. Either traded for a special weapon or Ash of War. If the players choose a weapon, they will receive Godfrey's ax, which vaguely states that Godfrey was once the commander of the snipers and was present at the time of their migration. If the player seeks more information, he will find that Godfrey's flour tree did not leave him alone and is essentially the culprit of the Eternal Queen Marika.
According to Godfrey's armor, he fought the giants and the storm lord, but then Overcoming them, the color of his eyes dimmed. Melina continues the story from here. When the players rest in Marika's third church, Melina echoes Queen Marika's words, saying that she "deprived" Godfrey and his warriors of their blessings, and as a result turned them into scoundrels. This claim is backed up by Godfrey Remembrance, who states that "his gift was taken from him" and was blunt. However, Queen Marika did not deport her husband out of disgust. According to him (quoted by Melina), he wanted deportation to help strengthen Godfrey and the disenfranchised so that they could get Alden Ring. This made many players think that Queen Marika had long-term plans in mind and arranged many intertwined events to defeat Greater Will.
Godwin is not really dead
Alden Ring's story is broader than the game world, but with a handful of Alden Ring events such as Night of the Black Knives Of great importance: the night that a group of assassins assassinated Queen Marika and Godfrey's son, Godwin the Golden. Godwin was the first demigod to die in Middle-earth. This event finally Leads to the formation of a world old ring that the player explores. Interestingly, Godwin does not seem to be really dead, at least not in the true sense of the word.
To understand why Godwin's death (not so much death) is so important, we must first examine Alden Ring himself. The ring is made of several huge runes that dominate reality. Remove a run from the ring and the rules of reality change. According to Inia, the Eternal Queen Marika removed Ron Death from the Alden Ring (this is confirmed by Rune of the Death-Prince) and therefore the theme of death. No one could die, at least not in the way we understand it.
In the end, the players realize that Rani the Wizard is the cause of the Night of the Black Daggers, and he confesses that he stole part of Ron Death and Using it has killed himself and Godwin. Of course, since the players get this information from Rani, it is clear that he is not completely dead. It also means that Godwin is not really dead. Cursemark of Death (That's why he now resides in the body of a doll). On the other hand, Godwin's soul died but not his body. So what happened to this empty template? The players may have found it but did not realize it was Godwin.
Under Stormville Castle, players could form a large, octopus-shaped face with protruding roots. Next to this is the cork of the Prince of Death (Pustule), which indicates that the face actually belongs to Godwin. Godwin's body seems to have become one of the creatures found in Junji Ito's manga. Godwin's lifeless body has grown and spread along the roots of the flour tree. Players can even find parts of his body in Deeproot Depths. Although Godwin's body has mutated so much that it is almost unrecognizable, the story of Alden Ring suggests that he is still alive in a horrific state.
Source: Den Of Geek