Elden Ring full tough bosses, secret secretand weird mining, but the current top guide on the game’s Steam page doesn’t talk about that. It’s about the feet. Pieces of meat come in all different shapes and sizes, and Elden Ringlike soul previous games, full of them. So of course someone decided to record each pair and now Steam users can’t get enough of them.
“Many feet of the land between, ” Read the title of today’s most popular guide. The collection, curated by Steam user Mister B, features more than 70 entries, ranging from the long narrow figurines of Fia to the eerie dome of Mad Pumpkin Head. No description available; it’s all just names and pictures, and it’s constantly being updated with new content. The guide has five out of five perfect stars and over 500 ratings. Some people commented in horror. Others applaud the enduring dedication Dark souls meme about manga author Hidetaka Miyazaki has a foot fetish.
Consider the foot of the Queen of Humanity, which looks more like a giant hand. Or Marionette Soldier’s feet, which look like broken hairbrushes. Which one is your favourite? I am part of Omen. The goblin-like creatures were large but agile, and their paws resembled two overlapping ones.
“It’s a video game ffs,” one person commented. “Thanks! This will definitely come in handy in future plays!” another read “Actually a Miyazaki approved guide,” a third person wrote.
But the list is far from complete and the players have taken issue with a number of notable absences. One of the most eye-catching is Blaidd, the fan-favorite half-wolf half-human NPC running around in the Mistwood Ruins. Players want to know: Where are his furry wigs? Godrick the Grafted is also an MIA. (Mr B said it was because they were both wearing shoes.) Which foot was the hardest to photograph? Rykard, Lord of Blasphemy. Mister B had to stand in the lava pit to get close enough to shoot the money.
Mister B did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
It’s unclear exactly when the foot fetish meme took hold soul community, but already a large number of rendered feet in the game has the original word the soul of the devil in 2009. Feet are common enough in everyday life, but much rarer in video games, where developers often use simple overlays rather than detailed subplots. But soul the series is no ordinary game, and as proven again by Steam’s current trends page, Elden Ring fans are not ordinary gamers.
“NOTE: Some pins may be missing, if this makes you angry or upset (or both) let us know and we will send our professional doctor to take pictures,” said Mister. B wrote in the manual. Well Tracked, what are you waiting for?