FromSoftware continues to unveil new details about Elden Ring, but fans are obsessed and expressing their enthusiasm with a recently leaked enemy. The leaks have confirmed visual details about an enemy in Elden Ring in addition to illustrating some attack patterns that FromSoftware fans will be able to memorize ahead of the game's release.
YouTube content creator ER-SA recently posted a clip of Crucible Knight Floh in Elden Ring, and it has garnered the attention of many FromSoftware fans that are anticipating the February release. Crucible Knight Floh has a number of attacks for FromSoftware fans to remember, with one being an airborne attack in which the knight raises its sword to the sky before extending it forwards and hurtling back towards The Tarnished. The enemy patrols a certain area of the map as illustrated by ER-SA's clip, but it's currently unclear how big of an area Crucible Knight Floh wanders.
Crucible Knight Floh's initial attack in ER-SA's 28-second YouTube video is a magical sweeping strike where Floh's large sword becomes significantly larger as it swings the weapon at The Tarnished. This attack is one of the more basic Crucible Knight Floh ones, and it may be the enemies' first strike when initiating combat. This dual-swing of Floh's sword is mimicked after the aerial attack too, meaning Elden Ring players will have to dodge repeatedly after seeing the knight fly.
The leaked Elden Ring enemy has a cloak that becomes a weapon for some attacks as one of its follow-ups to a plunge with its sword is a twirl that shows the cloak glowing with gold and becoming just as deadly as the enemy's sword. ER-SA's short leak of Crucible Knight Floh shows twelve attacks in total that Elden Ring fans will have to memorize, but it may have even more as the enemy has a shield but never had to use it in the leaked footage. Dark Souls 3 fans will see similarities between this Elden Ring enemy and one's such as Champion Gundyr and Oceiros, The Consumed King, but the knight also has its own uniqueness.
One of Crucible Knight Floh's flashier moves that will give Elden Ring players a moment to formulate an attack on the enemy shows the imposing character twirling its sword several times while it glows yellow before unleashing a golden ripple from its sword upon making contact with the ground. This strike forms a circle around the knight, and it damages any Elden Ring players that are unable to dodge it in time. This attack is the one that ultimately defeats ER-SA and ends the brief video that has obsessed many FromSoftware fans looking forward to the release of Elden Ring.
Elden Ring releases for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on February 25.
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Source: YouTube (via Gaming Bolt)
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