Elden Ring Player Notices New Erdtree Detail After 600+ Hours

An Elden Ring player notices an interesting change to the Land Between’s Erdtree after spending over 600 hours on multiple playthroughs.

Elden Ring Player Notices New Erdtree Detail After 600+ Hours


  • One Elden Ring player discovers branches of the Erdtree that can be seen in certain parts of the world after defeating Maliketh.
  • Many in the community were impressed by this detail, instead believing the remains looked like roots emerging from the Deeproot Depths.
  • Attention to detail in world design was praised by fans, eagerly anticipating the upcoming Shadow of the Erdtree DLC.

An Elden Ring player has noticed an interesting change that occurs to the Erdtree after defeating Maliketh, the Black Blade. The game's world, also known as the Lands Between, is enormous and filled with various surprises that many players miss even after spending hundreds of hours exploring.

The Erdtree is a giant golden tree in Elden Ring that sits above the Lands Between. It symbolizes the presence of the Elden Ring Blessing and is considered the heart of the Golden Order, the main set of beliefs in the world. Depending on which ending players choose, the tree can go through various changes that affect its appearance.

An Elden Ring player who goes by the Redditor name Water_Flimsy has posted two screenshots that reveal an interesting Erdtree detail that many players might have missed in their playthrough. Water_Flimsy claims that despite spending over 600 hours in the game, they have just realized that branches of the Erdtree can be seen in certain parts of the world after Maliketh the Black Blade is beaten. The post got a lot of attention in the community as many comments claim that they have never noticed this interesting detail even though they've spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours on multiple playthroughs.

Some fans claim that one of the reasons they didn't realize these were Erdtree branches is because they thought the remains looked like roots emerging from the Deeproot Depths, a large underground area in Elden Ring. A lot of comments also praise FromSoftware's attention to detail when it comes to world design, and they are expecting to see the same approach in the upcoming Shadow of the Erdtree DLC, which is confirmed to arrive on June 21.

How to Burn the Erdtree in Elden Ring

After defeating one of the main bosses, Morgott the Omen King, the Tarnished attempts to enter the Erdtree to repair the Elden Ring and become Elden Lord. However, due to the impenetrable thorns, players are denied entrance to the Erdtree, and they have to travel to the Mountaintops of the Giants to reignite the Flame of Ruin. After doing this, the Tarnished can choose to burn the tree either by using the Frenzied Flame or by sacrificing Melina, also known as The Kindling Maiden.

Players are then led to the Legacy Dungeon named Crumbling Farum Azula, where they get to defeat Maliketh, the Black Blade. To beat Maliketh, players should use melee weapons as he is weak to physical attacks. Avoiding the use of holy attacks would also be a smart choice since Maliketh has a very high resistance to this type of damage. Defeating Maliketh releases the Rune of Death, which enables the Tarnished to burn the Erdtree.

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