elden ring is full of tough bosses, Esoteric Secretsand strange acts, but the current top guide on the game’s Steam page isn’t about that. It’s about feet. The fleshy pods come in all different shapes and sizes and elden ringhow souls Games before that is full of it. So of course someone decided to document each pair and now Steam users can’t get enough of it.
“The many feet of the countries in between“, is the title of the currently most popular guide. The collection, curated by Steam user Mister B, has over 70 entries, from Fia’s long, slender feet to the gnarled arches of the Mad Pumpkin Head. There are no descriptions; It’s all just names and pictures, and it’s constantly updated with new content. The guide has a perfect five out of five stars and over 500 reviews. Some commentators are appalled. Others welcome the commitment to a long-standing Dark Souls Memes about series creator Hidetaka Miyazaki having a foot fetish.
Consider the demi-human queen’s feet, which look more like giant hands. Or the puppet soldier’s feet, which look like broken hair combs. Which are your favourites? I’m partial to the Omens. The ogre-like creatures are large but fast, and their feet look like two stacked on top of each other.
“It’s a video game FFS,” reads one comment. “Thank you! This will surely come in handy in future playthroughs!” reads another. “Truly a Miyazaki-approved guide,” wrote a third person.
But the list is far from complete, and players have questioned some of the notable absences. One of the most garish is Blaidd, the fan-favorite half-wolf NPC who roams the Mistwood ruins. Players want to know: where are his hairy wobbles? Godrick the Grafted is also MIA. (Mr. B says it’s because they’re both wearing shoes.) Which feet were the most difficult to capture? Rykard, Lord of Blasphemy. Mister B had to stand in the lava pit to get close enough for the money shot.
Mister B did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
It’s unclear exactly when the foot fetish meme made its debut in the United States souls community, but there was an excessive number of rendered feet in the game that goes back to the original demons souls in 2009. Feet are common in everyday life, but much less common in video games, where developers are often content with simple disguises rather than rendering the detailed attachments. But the souls -Series are no ordinary games and as proven once again by Steam’s currently hot Footstiary, elden ring Fans are not ordinary players.
“NOTE: Some feet may be missing, if this makes you angry or sad (or both) let us know and we’ll send our professional potographer to take a picture,” Mister B writes in the guide. Well clouded, what are you waiting for?