Any player would like to get out of the Lake of Rot soon.
After the last few weeks, it seems that the panorama is quite wide for Elden Ring. Although it certainly did decline after the initial experience after its launch, FromSoftware has followed its users’ feedback very closely. Of course, among the observations, a detail that should not be forgotten is that the open world, like other predecessor installments of the developer company, has taken some of its mechanics and game systems, especially those that include communication or interaction .
The messaging system in FromSoftware titles
One of the best examples of this is that, in the same way as in Dark Souls, in Elden Ring you can leave messages on the ground with information for other players. Which is useful considering there are details that we either haven’t paid attention to or might not be as intuitive. An example of this could be how to find an item and even the next Place of Grace. Of course, this message system is one of the best tools that FromSoftware has provided to players in its installments.
Even if we expand more on the usefulness that these messages can have, it should be remembered that it is a good way to warn others of an upcoming ambush. Although, of course, if we think of all the possibilities that a system like this allows, there are those in which the message is of no use to other players. In other words, some of the Elden Ring fans just leave messages with jokes or jokes, others show references to their favorite video games and movies… while others just write them to trick other players into falling into the void or into traps. .
To have a better control over this last situation, FromSoftware allows you to rate these messages, which compensates with health recovery if your own posts are rated by other users. Of course, this fact has led to useful posts for other Elden Ring users receiving a considerable number of ratings, thanks to the help they provide. However, a fan of the game has come across a message that has an immense number of ratings. But what could this message contain that has caught the attention of other users?
One of the most voted messages by Elden Ring users
A user, named Gilgameshbrah, found a message with 9,999 ratings during his exploration of the Midlands. The interesting thing is that the note could have received more qualifications, since the maximum number that a message can have is 9,999. The curious message seems to show the desperation of a player in trouble as it says “I can’t take this, I want to go home, OR I want to go home”.
As is usual, users can expect to find these words throughout the deepest dungeons and caves of the Elden Ring. And if they are known for something, it is for their complexity, which has tormented more than one in their games and, therefore, made them reconsider their explorations. The message was found in the Lake of Rotwhich is quite popular as it is considered a really annoying area to cross.
On the other hand, the Lake of Rot has earned its name because it is basically a pool of scarlet rot. It is located very close to the first Site of Grace. And its function is somewhat similar to the rest of the swamps that FromSoftware has designed, where players have to struggle through the terrain while the situation worsens their health.
As we mentioned, the message is found in the Great Cloister of the Lake of Rot, so it’s no surprise that a player was trapped in this place and simply wished they didn’t go through it anymore.
Although this message has represented the sentiment of the majority of Elden Ring fans, it is not the first time that a note has been rated by so many users, especially since jokes have their place assured in the ranking. For example, a user commented that they had found a message with the same number of ratings that revealed a secret passage. However, after trying to find the site, he simply realized that he had fallen for a prank.
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