Endings for Elden Ring contains different conclusions of the game that depends on the player's actions/choices made throughout a completed playthrough. These endings unlock different achievements and outcomes of the game's story. This Elden Ring Endings Guide contains all the endings found in Elden Ring, including their requirements and each ending explanation.

 

Can you get all the endings in one playthrough?

It is only possible to get all endings in one playthrough if you save before the final boss, upload your save data to the cloud, complete an ending and then download the previously uploaded save file and repeat until you have the trophy/achievement for the three endings. So far this method is possible on Steam, PS4/PS5, and Xbox One/Series. You are unable to obtain all endings in one playthrough without editing your save files; once you choose an ending, you're locked into it for the playthrough. You will have to obtain the other endings and their respective achievement/trophy in subsequent playthroughs (NG+).

With the exception of one ending that will explained below, you can work towards and complete all the relevant quests required for each ending without being locked to it. After beating the final boss, you can choose which ending you want to go for out of the endings you've unlocked.

 

Elden Ring Endings Helpful Links:

  • Check New Game+ to find out what happens for your next playthrough.
  • Check our Walkthrough page for detailed on how to clear each Location.
  • You may also visit the Game Progress Route page for a quick overview of how to progress through the game.
  • Visit Side Quests to find how to complete ending-related NPC questlines.
  • See Secrets for other notes and tips.

 

Elden Ring Endings Guide: How to get All Endings in Elden Ring

Overall summary

  • There is a total of 6 endings. The player will become the Elden Lord except in the "Lord of Frenzied Flame" ending and the "Age of Stars" ending.
  • Interestingly, all 6 endings require the player to continue to accept the influences of one of the Outer Gods in the Lands Between. There is currently no ending whereby the Lands Between is completely rid of the Outer Gods.
  • Any of the four Elden Lord endings grants the Trophy/Achievement, meaning you only need to clear the game 3 times to get all of them, and not 6.
  • There is no clear good, bad, or true ending due to the ambiguity of the fate of the Lands Between after the player character mends the Elden Ring in most endings.

 

 

Age of Fracture Ending
(Elden Lord)

Ending Requirements and Conditions:

  • Must not inherit the Frenzied Flame when entering the Erdtree.

How to obtain ending:

  • After the final boss, touch Fractured Marika and choose to "Mend the Elden Ring" to get the Age of Fracture Ending.

Ending Description:

The Age of Fracture ending is the default ending of the game, where the Tarnished chooses to mend the Elden Ring as it is and begin the new age as Elden Lord.

 

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"The fallen leaves tell a story
Of how a Tarnished became Elden Lord.
In our home, across the fog, the Lands Between.
Our seed will look back upon us, and recall.
An Age of Fracture."

 

 

Age of the Duskborn Ending
(Elden Lord)

Ending Requirements and Conditions:

How to obtain ending:

  • After the final boss, touch Fractured Marika and choose to "Use Mending Rune of the Death-Prince" to get the Age of the Duskborn Ending.

Ending Description:

After using the Cursemark of Death on Godwyn's corpse to give him a second life as the First of the Dead, Fia lays with him and bears the first of Dead demigods - in the form of a rune. In the Age of the Duskborn Ending, the Tarnished chooses to use this Mending Rune of the Death-Prince to begin a new age of Duskborn as Elden Lord - where the Lands Between are engulfed in a harrowing fog and the principle of life within Death is embedded into Order, ridding the world of immortality and allowing the natural cycle of life and death to occur for all people and creatures alike. 

 

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"The fallen leaves tell a story
Of how a Tarnished became Elden Lord.
In our home, across the fog, the Lands Between.
Our seed will look back upon us, and recall.
The Age of the Duskborn."

 

Age of Order Ending
(Elden Lord)

Ending Requirements and Conditions:

How to obtain ending:

  • After the final boss, touch Fractured Marika and choose to "Use Mending Rune of Perfect Order" to get the Age of Order Ending.

Ending Description:

The Age of Order Ending is an alternative version of the Golden Order ending, where the Tarnished chooses to use the Mending Rune of Perfect Order on the Elden Ring to restore order to the Lands Between by putting an end to all the strife caused by forces "emboldened by the flames of ambition".

The noble Goldmask once lamented that "all the good and the great wanted, in their foolishness, is an absolute evil to content with", implying that one who seeks greater power to further his or her ambition will, in all likelihood, presents himself or herself as the greater good and condemn the other side as the absolute evil. Each will accuse the other as committing heresy. Strife would ensue, plunging the Lands Between into chaos and unending conflicts.

The Age of Order thus envisions a new age of stability, where there is no more conflict brought upon by the "fickleness of the gods no better than men" which was "emboldened by the flames of ambition".

 

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"The fallen leaves tell a story
Of how a Tarnished became Elden Lord.
In our home, across the fog, the Lands Between.
Our seed will look back upon us, and recall.
The Age of Order."

 

Blessing of Despair Ending
(Elden Lord)

Ending Requirements and Conditions:

How to obtain ending:

  • After the final boss, touch Fractured Marika and choose to "Use Mending Rune of the Fell Curse" to get the Blessing of Despair Ending.

Ending Description:

The Blessing of Despair Ending is an alternative version of default ending of the game, where the Tarnished chooses to use the Mending Rune of the Fell Curse and begin the new age as Elden Lord - the difference being, now, the Lands Between has now been overtaken by a reviled curse. While the details of what the curse brings isn't fully explained, it is the same curse brought from Dung Eater's defilement, causing defiled souls to be unable to return to the Erdtree. With the fell curse embedded in the Elden Ring, all present and future generations will be afflicted with this loathsome curse.

 

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"The fallen leaves tell a story
Of how a Tarnished became Elden Lord.
Our seed will look back upon us, and recall.
In our home, across the fog, the Lands Between.
The reviled curse that defined our age.
The Blessing of Despair."

 

Lord of the Frenzied Flame Ending

Ending Requirements and Conditions:

  • Meet with the Three Fingers to inherit the Frenzied Flame.
    • Meeting with the Three Fingers will lock you out of all other ending choices, unless Miquella's Needle is used at Dragonlord Placidusax's arena at Crumbling Farum Azula. This removes the Frenzied Flame, and is a permanent reversal.

How to obtain ending:

  • After the final boss, touch Fractured Marika and choose to "Become the Lord of Frenzied Flame" to get the Lord of the Frenzied Flane Ending.

Ending Description:

In the Lord of the Frenzied Flame Ending, the Tarnished goes down a different path to become the Lord of Frenzied Flame. If the Frenzied Flame is inherited before the events at the Forge of the Giants, Melina leaves the Tarnished's company, leaving the Tarnished to sacrifice their own body at the Forge. This leads to an extra scene at the ending, showing Melina without the mark on her left eye, devoting herself to deliver "Destined Death" to you.

If the player obtains the Frenzied Flame after the events at the Forge, the scene with Melina does not occur, due to her own prior sacrifice.

As explained by the Three Fingers through Hyetta at the end of her quest, this ending sees the Tarnished take up the mantle of the Lord of Chaos, and tasked with burning the world, along with the mistakes of the Greater Will - all existing sin, torment, fracture, and curse - to unite everything and everyone much like the crucible which existed before time.

 

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"Lord of Frenzied Flame...
I will seek you, as far as you may travel...
To deliver you what is yours,
Destined Death"
- Melina

 

Age of the Stars Ending

Ending Requirements and Conditions:

  • Complete the questline of Ranni the Witch.
  • Must not inherit the Frenzied Flame when entering the Erdtree.

How to obtain ending:

  • After defeating the final boss, use Ranni's summon sign to initiate the Age of the Stars Ending. 

Ending Description:

In the Age of the Stars Ending, after defeating the Elden Beast, instead of mending the Elden Ring, the Tarnished summons Ranni the Witch in front of Marika's remains. 
Ranni supplants Marika as Goddess and takes The Tarnished as her Elden Lord.

She brings an end to The Golden Order, establishing an Order of her own (not named but likely similar to the Order of the Dark Moon, which we currently know little about).
In doing so she also removes the influence of The Greater Will from The Lands Between.

She leaves The Lands Between together with The Tarnished and takes her Order with her, on a journey meant to last a thousand years.  As a result of her absence, The Lands Between is left without a lord for the first time in an age.

 

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In her final cutscene she states the following:
"...The battle is over, I see.
I do solemnly swear. To every living being, and every living soul. 
Now cometh the age of the stars.
A thousand year voyage under the wisdom of the Moon.
Here beginneth the chill night that encompasses all, reaching the great beyond.
Into fear, doubt, and loneliness...
As the path stretcheth into darkness.
Well then. Shall we? My dear consort, eternal."

Once her questline has been fully cleared, it is possible to go back to her room and talk with her doll, where she further explains her plans with the following dialog:
“Upon the order I envision.
Mine will be an order not of gold, but the stars and moon of the chill night.
I would keep them far from the earth beneath our feet.
As it is now, life, and souls, and order are bound tightly together, but I would have them at a great remove.
And have the certainties of sight, emotion, faith, and touch…
All become impossibilities.
Which is why I would abandon this soil, with mine order.
Wouldst thou come to me, even now, my one and only lord?”

She initially planned to go alone, living in solitude for 1000 years. This is suggested by the description of her Dark Moon Ring:
"Whoever thou mayest be, take not the ring from this place, the solitude beyond the night is better mine alone."




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      • Anonymous

        'There is no clear good, bad, or true ending'

        Ahh yes, the ending where every living thing born until the end of time will be afflicted with a loathsome reviled curse isn't a bad ending, no not at all...

        • Anonymous

          it says that meeting with the three fingers locks you out of all other endings, does this apply to new game plus though?

          • Anonymous

            Age of Duskborn description is incorrect. According to item descriptions Fia's rune embeds principle of Life within Death into the Order, not that she restores Life and Death cycle, meaning that instead of being revived after death ("immortality") the dead will enter a sort of second life as living corpses of sort (e.g Godwyn)

            • Anonymous

              which ending is the most "anti-ranni" if i'm playing a character who specifically wants to dunk on magic-users?

              • Anonymous

                I think Therese should be an ending where Mohg gest his dynasty and the tarnished becomes the highest ranking white mask or something

                • Anonymous

                  Can anyone clarify where to use the needle after beating Malania? it says here to use it where Placidusax was killed but after the Malenia fight there is a scarlet aeonia flower in her boss arena, I got the prompt asking if I wanted to use the needle when I got close to it, so now I'm not sure what to do next.

                  • Anonymous

                    Wait, so what happens if we spare Melina using the Three Fingers, then use the needle? Does she just not do anything or participate in the endings?

                    • Gonna elaborate on Fia’s ending a bit more as well because I think there’s some really interesting references and imagery, as well as some points people have made supporting the Fextra explanation of her ending as well as some other alternatives which I personally disagree with.

                      I’ll start with this because even though it’s pure conjecture and can’t really be considered a point of evidence on its own, I think it offers some more clarity on the possibilities, so don’t take this as evidence or even support that much, it’s just an interesting possibility. Fia is imo one big Whore of Babylon reference. The Whore of Babylon is described as a woman sitting atop a blasphemous beast (reference to Godwyn potentially) and described as the ‘mother of Earth’s abominations’ which is pretty much what those who live in death are considered to be by the Golden Order and Fia has explicitly stated that she wants to be a mother to those who live in death. She seduces you and others into following this same route. Babylon itself is often used as metaphor for a world that’s strayed from God’s path and seduces those who live in it towards a blasphemous one, which is pretty apt for Fia and imo her world post-ending compared to the Golden Order’s ideals. It’s loose, but Elden Ring’s not been shy about making some religious references like Rykard’s entire blasphemous imagery and everything related to him and Mohg’s very on-the-nose satanic imagery. I really would not be surprised if this was more than coincidence even if it’s not quite as overt.

                      Ok, bs out of the way. The three main possibilities I’ve seen for Fia’s ending and what the mending of Godwyn’s rune means is one of these:
                      1. Death returns as normal.
                      2. Zombie apocalypse.
                      3. Life within death becomes part of the natural order and therefore is no longer persecuted.

                      No1 implies that Godwyn’s rune is a fully repaired and unaltered version of the Rune of Death, mending it would mean that life within death would no longer be a possible affliction because the souls of the dead would no longer be absorbed within the roots of the Erdtree to be reborn and struggle and die again forever, and they’d be free to die a proper death in body and soul. I can see why people think this and why the Fextra description follows this too, but there’s just too much against this. In the description of Godwyn’s rune itself it mentions that the rune holds the principal of life within death, which is not what the original rune of death was at all so it’s pretty certain that it’s a modified version of the original rune of death. Secondly, this goes entirely against the principals of Fia and all her followers who sympathise with those who live in death and her desire to be a ‘mother’ to them since re-establishing a natural cycle of life and death would eliminate the concept of those who live in death entirely which totally clashes with their ideals of sympathising with them as a weak and persecuted beings unless you’re convinced they want to act as mercy-killers. Lastly, Fia’s quote when she receives the cursemark of death is ‘With this, Godwyn can take his rightful place as First of the Dead. And claim a second, illustrious life’ which is not a quote from someone who wants to give him a proper death and restore the natural order, she wants to give those who live in death a proper king and to give them a sense of power as otherwise weak and persecuted beings; death sorceries and the prince of death’s staff scaling with Faith as well implies that she wants to establish some kind of a new order much like all other alternatives aside from Ranni who seems to want to eliminate dogmatic order altogether; ‘Our Lord will rise. The Lord of the many, and the meek’, another quote from Fia.

                      No3 which suggests that life within death wouldn’t become more than an affliction like it is now, but becomes part of the accepted order and those who live in death will no longer live in persecution does follow the idea that Godwyn’s rune is a modified version of the rune of death, as well as supports Fia and co’s desire to protect those who live in death, but I think it falls flat conceptually since those who live in death as it stands right now is an affliction from contact with the deathroot and the Erdtree’s subsequent rejection of souls of the dead; given that there is no rune at all, souls of the dead have nowhere to go besides being taken into the roots of the Erdtree to be reborn. Having a rune pertaining to what happens to the souls of the dead at all is a more hard-line result rather than the fickle nature of the Erdtree. With the rune of death body and soul pass on fully, with the modified Godwyn’s rune souls would pass on leaving the body a hollow shell that still ‘lives’ despite being dead, both scenarios leave the Erdtree completely out of the equation, I don’t see any reason why the inclusion of a new rune explicitly embedding the principal of life within death into the natural order in its own description would still leave life within death as only an affliction since it’s essentially like corrupting the Elden Ring with deathroot. I don’t strictly have quotes to support this one so it is the most likely alternative, but it’s the conclusion I came to just based on how the principals of death work with and without the rune of death.

                      I think with all of this, No2, zombie apocalypse ending, seems like the one that makes the most sense based on Fia’s intentions in her dialogue and the way the principals of death work with and without the rune of death embedded into the Elden Ring. It also supports the Whore of Babylon imagery which, again, is total baseless conjecture, but a bit too easily comparable to ignore.

                      Tl;dr: Bad ending imo.

                      • Anonymous

                        I've been thinking (as any lore fan would) about this so called "bad" Frenzied Flame ending. I get it, it sucks to throw out the good with the bad, but you all forgot one thing: we're nothing more than miserable little pawns for the Outer Gods to do with as they please. We get screwed over repeatedly before and during our adventure in the Lands Between. We go through unbelievable pain and face horrific nightmare monstrosities (with broken OP movesets). We can't even die properly after all that.

                        Frenzied Flame is pretty much, as I see it, our final, cosmic middle finger to all of these uncaring bastards for all the pain, misery, and BS game design that we've been through. Elden Lord? Radagon? Scarlet rot and the undead? Dogs and crows? To hell with all of you, into the Chaos Flame you all go.

                        • Ranni's ending is a really awkward one because of how convoluted her phrasing constantly is, she never just friggin says something. That said, the way I interpret it is that her aim is to divert the world from one where people live in faith to one where people live for learning, for a few reasons.
                          Almost all other endings in some way, and some of the other alternatives which didn't have endings like Mohg's and Rykard's ambitions and the pest's worship of the goddess of rot, are all faith rooted, either to embrace their own faith or to blaspheme against it it's all fundamentally centred around the notion of faith. Glintstone sorcery is all about higher learning and looking to the stars for knowledge rather than embracing the world as it is; Ranni leans into this totally. Int and Faith are not particularly compatible attributes either as far as things go, they're meant to generally stay pretty separate with very few exceptions. Ranni, in all liklihood, wants to denounce the influence of faith, I don't have any translation alternatives but I do think some things she said can be reinterpreted, like 'order' being more of a reference to the present Golden Order and similar structures in which case 'dogma' would be a better alternative, or when she says 'emotion' I don't think it means to hard-line kill all emotions but referencing more actions guided by pure emotion, in which case 'impulse' would suit better. Very ancient Greek philosophy, question everything, pursue logic over emotional judgement, and take to the stars for learning.
                          The end goal of running off to space is likely not only to remove the influence of the Greater Will from its source, but of all Outer Gods, present and future, who would interfere with the Lands Between. Without blind faith and being led around like sheep by some strange outer beings, the people will be lost and forced to find their own way, but it's in times like this when people as a whole grow the most and that's what the goal is; I'd reckon that's the interpretation of 'Into fear, doubt, and loneliness... As the path stretcheth into darkness'.
                          With this in mind, I think a more literal name for her ending would be the 'Age of Learning'. Whether I'm barking up the wrong tree or not, I think there's much more to her end goal than to just piss off the fingers and shag on the moon for 1000 years.

                          Also, just to throw this in, I think the explanation of Fia's ending is wrong.
                          'where the Lands Between are engulfed in a harrowing fog and the principle of life within Death is embedded into Order, ridding the world of immortality and allowing the natural cycle of life and death to occur for all people and creatures alike.'
                          It's kinda contradictory that embedding the principal of Life Within Death into the order restores the natural cycle of life and death, what that'd do is just make Life Within Death no longer just a phenomenon of an affliction but a natural part of all lifecycles, so no one gets to ever die a proper death; the 'harrowing fog' doesn't bode well either. The Age of Zombies more like, Dung Eater goth gf edition.

                          • Anonymous

                            From Ranni's quotes in the Age of Star ending, I totally got the impression that, as it is now, the Order (of the current ruling god) binds lives and souls under its rule (all lives are regulated under strict rules), but she would make it so they're not. As the new Queen(?) she would take her Order far from the earth, which will be beneath her feet, and she'll be going on a long, chilly, lonely voyage to the great beyond. The conclusion? She, (and my char) will be traveling through SPACE, and create her order somewhere among the moon and the stars. What will she do with her Order? I don't know, maybe create another civilization? The Lands between will probably be free from, at least a complete rule of any other Outer God, since the way things are framed, there's only one Elden Ring, and whoever has it gets the final say over the Order (rules) of the Lands, and she already took it with her. The Lands will literally become lawless. The other Outer Gods may or may not continue to try to influence the Lands, but none of them will ever get to rule completely again. Will the Lands recover? No one knows.

                            • Anonymous

                              The community seems to love to input what their opinions are on the different endings, so here's my take.

                              The Age of Fracture seems pretty neat, but it really depends on what your character is like. If your character was say... Nice to Boc, didn't murder every human they saw, and always kept their hunter's ring on, then the world might improve slightly. But otherwise nothing really changes.

                              oH bOy fReE HuGs FOr EvERyone?!?!? The Age of Duskborn seems nice I guess, but mostly just because it counts as an Elden Ring version of BLM.

                              Face it. We all love that Ever-T-posing Goldmask fellow. We truly enjoy the way he just stands over his little wagon wheel-knecked simp and decides he would be a better god than the greater will. He would fix a lot of the Nazi-style stuff that the Golden Order has done, and honestly this seems like the best ending.

                              Do I really trust a poop chomper? Especially if his goal is to make people like getting their souls eaten by some eternal curse? I swear whoever chooses this ending should have their balls cursed like dung eater wanted. Or its another Miziyaki fetish. iDK.

                              I honestly see the philosophy of the Frenzied Flame ending. "Life has bad parts and good parts." But that doesn't mean you can just delete all life so it has no bad parts! This ending is practically just a way for the whole world to commit suicide. And what do you gain? Not Much....

                              All the Ranni simps; Go ahead and go to space with her. Have a good day.

                              • Anonymous

                                WTF. I just did the Age of Fracture Ending after doing Ranni and frenzy first and I didn't get the achievement. It was literally the last achievement I needed before getting all the achievements.

                                • Anonymous

                                  You're sure to be in a fine haze about now, but don't think too hard about all of this. Just go out and kill a few beasts. It's for your own good.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    The Duskborn Ending… Or the ending no one seems to have wrapped their heads around.


                                    From what I could piece together, this does not reintroduce the rune of death. As is the description, it makes life within death part of the order. Plus Fia’s goal was to revive Godwyn as Fortisaxx resisted.


                                    However that does not mean that everyone who dies becomes a walking skeleton. Those living in death are those who were rejected by the Erdtree and its recycling of souls. It’s just a phenomenon that happens, I don’t think it will increase frequency, you are adding onto the order rather than removing from it.


                                    However, just making undead part of the order, is just not satisfying so I feel like I’m missing something. Age of Order considers the Golden Order as the Theory of Everything, a mathematical formula. However because the gods were variables, the formula was broken. So Goldmask prevents even the gods from altering it, as they are no better than man. My understanding of the Age of the Duskborn pales in comparison to that. Perhaps undead becomes more like man by no longer being a glitch in the system.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      ...So can you not save Melina by using Frenzied Flame to light the fire, and then removing it from yourself? Shouldn't there be extra endings with her alive? Feels like a MASSIVE missed opportunity

                                      • Anonymous

                                        does the duskborn ending set free death so people die and just stay dead? get rid of death making everyone kinda zombie like, or just makes everyone immortal as i am still confused

                                        • Anonymous

                                          “Interestingly, all 6 endings require the player to continue to accept the influences of one of the Outer Gods in the Lands Between. There is currently no ending whereby the Lands Between is completely rid of the Outer Gods.”

                                          This is categorically just false, the age of the stars, Ranni’s special ending, is literally all about removing the influence the greater will and all that

                                          There’d still be outer gods influencing the lands yes, but you do not accept their influence

                                          The 4 Elden lord ending are possibly the same, the greater will and Elden beast and Marika are all literally never said to be outer gods. The greater will could maybe be one, but that is complete speculation, and not fair to say as fact

                                          Only the lord of frenzied flame ending has you accept an outer god’s message and objective to our knowledge



                                          “where the Lands Between are engulfed in a harrowing fog and the principle of life within Death is embedded into Order, ridding the world of immortality and allowing the natural cycle of life and death to occur for all people and creatures alike.”

                                          This is never said either?

                                          A) What is the “natural cycle of life and death”? We don’t know there to be a “natural” cycle, it seemingly always varies based on the current age and order

                                          B) Nothing about the ending say it’s removed immortality from the world… the ending is all about creating justice for those who live in death, because currently they’re seen as a violation of the order, this ending makes them a explicit part of it, meaning the hunters would hunt them anymore, and they would be allowed to live in death in peace. Which actually is possibly exactly a form of immortality…



                                          “Ranni supplants Marika as Goddess and takes The Tarnished as her Elden Lord.”

                                          It’s also never said that she ascends to godhood

                                          It’s not even known if she can considering she slew her “empyrean flesh”

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Almost everyone seems to just consider Frenzied Flame ending as "Evil ending" ignoring all of the nuance in it . This ending is n't a madman's sick desire or malevolent entity goal to destroy the lands between for its benefit it is a plea for help being answered . The three fingers the embodiment of frenzied flame itself is in agony . Frenzied flame incarnations are giving this maddening pain a physical form and your character is in agony while casting these incantations . Three fingers was only brought into the lands between because of curse of despair chanted by great caravan . Frenzied Flame is not the cause of this but the result , It is all of this pain given sentience .Unlike other outer gods it has no great champions to speak of , Vyke has to be tricked by Shabriri to try to find some one who can free everyone from their torment . Almost all of these "followers" are nobodies who have suffered greatly one way or other some even because of Shabriri some one working towards the same goal . These "followers" were willing to rip out their own eyeballs for the possibility that Hyetta becomes a maiden of three fingers so she might guide their lord who might not even exist .

                                            Your tarnished has more reason than most to become this lord .You have been driven from lands between for no fault of your own , now guided back to seek the elden ring . On your path you fought countless monstrosities and died several times in horrifically painful ways all the while you are simply a pawn part of their schemes . None of these schemers care very little about your wellbeing you are only useful because you are achieving victory . You can not even die and rest in peace . Frenzied Flame is in the same boat as you why not become the lord of frenzied flame and end all suffering.

                                            Is it really justified ending all life because great many people have suffered and you believe everyone else will soon follow ? No , but this is not just "Evil ending"

                                            • Anonymous

                                              PSA for anyone checking down here: You can beat Elden Beast then save at the Stone Platform SoG & use that save for ALL endings. You can still fast travel to the Placiudax Dragon SoG to use Miquella's needle after you see the frenzy ending & use that save to do the remaining endings.

                                              This site makes it seem like once you beat final boss it's too late, at least that's how it seemed to me in it's current wording.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Elden Ring. Wow. I'd have expected no less from Martin and Miyazaki. Easily among my favorite games. Perhaps even supplanting SOTN.
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                                                The world was, long before the Elden Ring and the Erdtree. There was a time before. It is up to the player to decide if the Erdtree has brought a true "Golden Age".

                                                Deathless, but is it full of the living? Nearly every Godling encountered wishes the end of it all; they wish the end of the Order. the outside influence, and the Erdtree, tool of the outside divinity. Is whatever brought the Erdtree into this world truly benevolent? If so, why are so many cursed? Pondering these thoughts, there are only two outcomes that I can fathom:

                                                The Age of Stars. Join Ranni on an a quest across the cosmos to find the true roots of the Erdtree, and those who planted it.
                                                -or- Join the Three Fingers, burn it to the ground, destroying that which the creators of the Erdtree so desired.

                                                One could side with the Order and the Outside, but what naivete would that require? One could choose the deathless end, perhaps starving the Erdtree, but setting no one free? Or, one could curse everyone further than they already were, giving them the Seedbed of the Dungeater. These last endings, while perhaps no less hard fought, are frightfully different.

                                                My sincerest gratitude to the progenitors of this game. Worthy beyond the meager fodder that swarms the digital space. I will remember this time, indefinitely

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  Well, i have a hunch that there are more, since the “outer gods” are also mentioned, what if there is an ending for:
                                                  - The volcano manor.
                                                  - mohg’s dynasty
                                                  - Gideon
                                                  I don’t know, can’t keep them and more out of my mind

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    Let's be straight ain't expecting no Final Fantasy cinematic ending but give us like three or four cool cutscenes per each ending

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      Don't get me wrong I absolutely love this game but a little more time spent on the endings would have been nice.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        Come on. The ending is whack. I mean come on give me some more cutscenes maybe your character
                                                        standing over his army. Or something.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          I will say, though half of the endings are just the same cutscene with minor differences, they're still pretty entertaining to ponder.

                                                          I like that there's an ending based on faith and optimism for once, that instead of perpetuating a cycle, Goldmask envisioned an absolute trust in Order opposed to fanatical infighting.

                                                          Age of Duskborn is neat for simply being sympathetic to the aimless dead, kind of like the Lord of Hollows ending in DS3. Again, Goldmask had apparently discovered that the fractured Golden Order secretly rejected the dead from returning to the Erdtree in an effort to create an eternal punching bag, a sort of propaganda to incite followers of the Golden Order. This ending inverts Order and elevates the downtrodden.

                                                          The Age of Stars is exceedingly puzzling, even for Miyazaki's standards, which I suppose is fitting for a quest involving a lot of intelligence-based NPCs and enemies. It doesn't strike me as necessarily benevolent on Ranni's part, but rather she wanted to dissolve any sense of purpose or confirmation, instead forcing the Lands Between to face the emptiness of existence, that perhaps there are no good or evil acts in an absurd cosmos. I guess it's comparable to literal heat death of the universe—not only is the Elden Ring shattered, it, along with concepts such as "life, and souls, and order" become so scattered that the distinctions become meaningless. As for Ranni herself, it would appear it was all a rather selfish act of rebellion, requiring countless casualties throughout the Shattering, and even sacrificing those she held dearest. (Even so, this only illustrates the cruelty of the Greater Will and the Fingers that love should be used to hold their captives hostage, and Ranni merely challenged their gambit.)

                                                          Lord of Frenzied Flame is downright funny. Becoming so depressed that you burn the world. What a mood. Melina's secret appearance is neat, and also provides a good deal to contemplate. (Spare me the "Melina is the Gloam-Eyed Queen" nonsense, though.)

                                                          Something something, Idea of Evil, Causality, etc., etc. Elden Ring is certainly the most on-the-nose Berserk fanfic yet, but hey, I ain't complaining.

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            So (to my understanding) the Age of Stars is basically Ranni becoming a bodiless spirit devoid of emotion and venturing into space, leaving the Lands Between without any kind of order.
                                                            She is either a straight up alien trying to return to her comfortable environment or is so tired of human life with its emotional complexities that she wants to spend her entire existence as an emotionally numb incomporeal being.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              so like. Perfect Order is just the straight up good ending though, right? As I understand it, it essentially revitalizes the Erdtree and stops the demigods from causing another Shattering. It might have some undertones of a sort of "stay in line, or else" kind of situation but it doesn't really seem like that's the case. And I don't know any reason why the rune of death wouldn't become a part of the new elden ring again, so... mortality returns, no more war, potentially the Erdtree begins to produce its sap again given its much more vibrant golden color, this is just straight up the good ending?

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Age of Stars replaces the Greater Will with the Dark Moon who is likely involved in the life modification experiments of the Eternal City. Heck, the Moon itself may be a result of such experiment, i.e. a graven mass. So I am not buying the argument from the simps that Age of Stars is a good ending.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  For the "Age of Stars" ending, it's important to note that similarly to the "Lord of Frenzied Flame" ending, that the tarnished still has a title in replacement for Elden Lord. This name is "Lord of the Night" and is verified by the Nox armor set. Maybe update this to include that name?

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    My dialogue for the AGE OF THE STARS ending was slightly different. Instead of saying, "Well then. Shall we? My dear consort, eternal.", she said, "Let us go, together. My dear consort, eternal."

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Can anyone tell me the armor pieces worn in the picture for the Age of the Duskborn ending? That outfit looks dope, but I'm too lazy to try to replicate it by trial and error with all the gear I have

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        I really hope they wont do a Dark Souls and make a sequel to Elden Ring, essentially invalidating the multiple possible endings

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          I just gotta say, the amount of arguing in the comments (dumb and annoying as it is) is really neat in a way. The fact that this game has 6 endings for the fans to argue about for eternity is pretty gnarly. In any case, I don't think there's any one true good ending and I believe that a purely perfect ending has always been off the table in FromSouls. That being said, I do see personally that some endings are better than others from my perspective. Here's my take on the endings in no particular order:


                                                                          Neutral (AKA nothing changes basically):
                                                                          Fractured: I view this as the neutral ending because things don't really get better or worse under it. The way the world is when you beat the game is the way the world remains with this ending.



                                                                          Good (AKA better than nothing):
                                                                          Age of Perfect Order: Basically a slightly better fractured ending with the terrible stuff from the Golden Order replaced with Goldmask's ideal Perfect Order. Most neutral good ending by virtue of applying a slight adjustment to the world rather than a whole usurpation to it like the others.

                                                                          Age of Stars (my first ending choice): Also usurps the Golden Order as well as the Greater Will's effect on the world which I consider to be a good thing. I myself am an unapologetic Ranni simp (Addiction to "blue cunny" is a powerful thing as Gideon Ofnir totally said \s) but also generally trust a moon god over a god god any day (Bloodborne and Astel notwithstanding). Least neutral of the good endings by far.

                                                                          Age of Duskborn: I'm probably wrong, but this seems like this ending is all about fixing the whole "grafting dead bodies to the Erdtree roots" thing which I'm all for. Feeding a tree tied to a cosmic horror the souls of the dead sounds bad and this "life within death is embedded in order" thing I feel is better than just letting the Greater Will do what it wants. Also, it sounds like Dark Souls which I think is pretty neat.



                                                                          Bad (AKA things get much worse than if nothing changed):
                                                                          Despair: This is an obviously bad ending and one which I think might be a joke. You infect the whole world with the Poop curse so that the Great Mighty Poo himself can have a whole giggle. According to lore this guy rips peoples' souls out through their butt and then eats it, dooming that person to a cursed existence. He wants that for the whole world and I don't think that's a good thing. I'd take the Greater Will ruling over this guy getting his literally crappy wishes.

                                                                          Frenzied Flame: Hmmmmm, burning the whole world with a cursed Flame that makes people go crazy? Haven't heard that one before \s. This ending is basically everything I hate about the Age of Fire endings in the Dark Souls series and then some. I always vouched for the Dark ending of each game because the whole "Dark = bad" thing that I always hear in regards to each game is major BS to say the least. This is basically an even worse version of reigniting the First Flame and there's literally no benefit to it. You're just pointlessly burning the world to ashes like in Dark Souls, but even more pointlessly because there's just nothing left after the Frenzied Flame is done doing it's thing in this game.


                                                                          So that's my two cents. As I mentioned earlier I believe that there isn't really a purely good ending in any of these. It makes sense that there is no obviously good ending because FromSouls just doesn't do obviously good endings because the worlds are usually meant to be bleak and depressing and hopeless. However, I do believe there are endings that have the potential to make the world either a less crappy place or a more crappy place and those are what I call the "good" endings and the "bad" endings respectively. What you consider to be "good" endings and "bad" endings depends on what you view as potentially making the world a less or more crappy place.

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            The normal elden lord ending is pretty funny

                                                                            you don't stop the war

                                                                            as far as i'm certain, i've killed every single person who is in the lands between

                                                                            malenia, mohg, morgott, rykard

                                                                            all dead
                                                                            \so there isn't anyone in the land between who can fight for something anymore

                                                                            so yeah

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              "Lord of Frenzied Flame.
                                                                              I will seek you, as far as you may travel.
                                                                              To deliver you what is yours..."

                                                                              My Honda Accord you promised me at the beginning of the game?!

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                I’m so glad I looked up a youtube video showing how all the endings (except Ranni’s and the chaos endings) are exactly the same, instead of stressing over which ending seems most worthwhile; on account that, for such a long, arduous, harrowing journey, ALL the endings really suck…

                                                                                At least the chaos ending has a reason its so short and simple; the earth burns, the end. Exactly what you would expect, and no need to show any further consequences (as there are none; the earth burns. The end).

                                                                                That said, since none of the other endings really have any gravitace or weight behind them (not even Ranni’s, where you and her just **** off to the moon I guess…), TIME TO BURN THIS **** DOWN!

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  Age of Stars is not rid of Outer Gods, but it is so far the only ending that attempts to uproot them and keep them away from the world. Also you definitely do still become Elden Lord in this ending, you just don't get a variant of the basic throne cutscene.

                                                                                  The explanation of Fia's ending is also extremely debatable. The Mending Rune of Death's phrasing, at least in English, does not imply the cycle of life and death is returned to normal. It implies life will exist within death, and that concept itself becomes part of the Order. It also fits much better into Fia's own explicitly stated motivations of protecting those that live in death (i.e. the undead). It is not the same as the Rune of Death/Destined Death.

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    > do rannis ending
                                                                                    > life good
                                                                                    > think about ending
                                                                                    > this is not what solaire would have wanted
                                                                                    > he would have wanted me to praise the sun not the moon
                                                                                    > regret

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      Age of Fracture: Weak Elden Lord, problems of encroaching Scarlet Rot and Those Who Live In Death not solved.

                                                                                      Age of the Duskborn: Embrace Those Who Live In Death as natural part of the new Order.

                                                                                      Age of Order: End persecution of Omen, Misbegotten etc. but also allow the Greater Will to have more control over people and the Lands Between.

                                                                                      Blessing of Despair: Curse everyone, making everyone equal and thus establishing a new Order.

                                                                                      Lord of the Frenzied Flame: Reset the Lands Between by burning everything.

                                                                                      Age of the Stars: Establish a new Order removed from the Lands Between, allowing people to be free but not accounting for the decisions they make with that newfound freedom.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        > do rannis ending
                                                                                        > life good
                                                                                        > think about ending
                                                                                        > this is not what solaire would have wanted
                                                                                        > he would have wanted me to praise the sun not the moon
                                                                                        > regret

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          To everyone wondering about what happens when fia's ending is done

                                                                                          just imagine it like real life
                                                                                          people die and just die

                                                                                          they stay dead

                                                                                          so its basically ur average medieval game but no one gets revived
                                                                                          hope this helps

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            To everyone wondering about what happens when fia's ending is done

                                                                                            just imagine it like real life
                                                                                            people die and just die

                                                                                            they stay dead

                                                                                            so its basically ur average medieval game but no one gets revived
                                                                                            hope this helps

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              The Blessing of Despair Ending is my fav because I think it is funny to curse every one and no one caring.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                when ranni is talking about making sight, faith, emotion, and touch impossibilities, I believe I heard that was a mistranslation, though not too sure. When she says that, I think she's referring to how she'll make the gods unable to interact with the lands between, tho idk, i'm not too good with lore.

                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                  Age of Fracture: Nothing changes
                                                                                                  Age of Duskborn: Gods become mortal, death is inevitable for everyone
                                                                                                  Age of Order: The golden order is restored
                                                                                                  Blessing of Despair: Dung Eater’s wish is fulfilled, and his curse spreads throughout the land
                                                                                                  Lord of Frenzied Flame: The Elden Ring is destroyed so no one fights over it again
                                                                                                  Age of Stars: Ranni overthrows Marika, ending the war. She marries the tarnished, and takes the Elden Ring out of the Lands Between, embarking on a journey with the tarnished.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    Standard: check
                                                                                                    Ranni: check
                                                                                                    Order: check

                                                                                                    Liked Ranni's most.
                                                                                                    I think, I'm going to burn everything now. Sounds fun

                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                      Does anyone know why opinions are so divided on Fia's rune? Some believe there'll be rotting undead everywhere, others that the cycle of life and death will continue. I do not understand where the first interpretation comes from

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        So you have: "You changed nothing" ending, "Everyone became mortal" ending, "Order?" ending, "Nobody else will ever become Elden lord" ending, "Elmo rise meme" ending and "Waifu" ending.

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          Marika was not trying to shatter the elden ring, she was actually using the ring to try and forge the most powerful weapon ever known, the pontiff knight curved sword. however because the elden ring could not handle the true power of the PKCS it shatter, causing the shattering to occur, in fixing the elden ring, we get an almost perfect version of the PKCS, the only way to achieve the true version is to use the frenzied flame, ranni's funny sword and all the mending runes to create the true PKCS. In creating it we ascend to outer god level, and we are known as the god of trash metas and casuls. and rule the lands between with a PKCS in one hand, and the MHS in the other.

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            I would love a rykard ending where we join the volcano manor and we get to help him achieve his goals or even a mohg ending

                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                              Wow we fought so long and hard for such a short abrupt and vage cut-scene im so dissapointed! Im over this game now!!!! You should of showed the people & lands & time skips of what all our effort forged into time & the lands throughout!!!!

                                                                                                              • Would've been cool if your decision affected NG+ somehow...Like if age of stars created more star shards around the map, or if Death-prince ending littered the map with death afflicted enemies, perhaps more basalisks, Frenzied flame could see the map populated with enemies bearing flaming eyes of madness, etc.

                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                  I think the blessing of despair ending may actually return the lands between to the primordial and non-heirarchical state it was in prior to the golden order and the influence of the greater will. You could argue that the golden order is an unnatural way for the lands between to exist in. It appears that the perception of omens and the curse as being 'bad' is only through the perspective of the golden order, which causes these heirarchies to exist in the first place.

                                                                                                                  Just speculation on my part but I feel it makes sense.

                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                    Unsure if this has been noticed yet, but just like Bloodborne if you get the secret ending but DON'T carry on to NG+, the Hunter's Dream permanently gets a red moon until you beat the boss. Only in Elden ring you can see that by taking the Frenzied Flame ending and teleport to the First Step Grace before going through to NG+ you can no longer see the Erdtree. Literally gone. However the Erdtree is still burning inside the Ashen Capital as usual if you teleport to the Elden Throne Grace. Erdtree still looks to be burning as usual, disappointingly, in the Age of Stars and Duskborn endings. Was really hoping for a huge Moon Presence or Fog and Storms rather than perpetual burning Erdtree. Can't say if the other endings look any different than the standard burning Erdtree. Even still, felt it was worth noting and sharing that the Frenzied Flame ending has some lasting effect on the current NG cycle if you don't immediately go to the next cycle.

                                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                                      The Age of Stars ending sounds kinda fitting for my nihilistic adventurous tarnished. I fit Ranni quiet well and the player wasn't good for the lands between anyway, they were just an adventurer.
                                                                                                                      Also love the Frenzied Flame ending. An Neon Genesis Evangelion ending. As should be. Everything is good with the world.
                                                                                                                      But I guess the best ending for the lands between is the Duskborn ending. As many NPCs and ghosts stated that they search for death at the Erdtree. I think getting rid of immortality will release many of their agony.

                                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                                        Simps: "Nooo it was mistranslated!! Ranni is best girl, she's not that evil!!"
                                                                                                                        Perfect Order Chads: "..."

                                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                                          The Stars controlled the fates of the people before the arrival of the Elden Beast. This is a fact confirmed by the Amber Starlight, the Telescope and the Astrologer's Robe. When the Elden Beast arrived, the Greater Will wrested away the fate-controlling power from the Stars. The Age of the Stars is intended to restore the fate-controlling power to the Stars.

                                                                                                                          Some has suggested that Ranni left the Lands Between to give people free will. But this is an overly optimistic interpretation. The Stars inherently control the fates of the people before the arrival of the Greater Will. By replacing the Greater Will with the Age of Stars, it simply means that the world goes back to the pre-Greater Will age, that is, an age when the Stars control the fates.

                                                                                                                          And where is Ranni and her consort going anyway? Are they just going to float in space without doing anything? I highly doubt so. Maybe Ranni and the consort are joining the Stars to become part of the fate-controlling power. Maybe Ranni is trying to influence the collective Stars to grant a better fate to the people in the Lands Between? If so, will she be successful or will she be overwritten by the other Stars who want more control and power?

                                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                                            It seems my original post got deleted. The Age of Stars ending has an interesting easily overlook fact: there is currently no sun in the Lands Between. All the "sunlight" that nurtures life comes from the Elden Tree, which is unable to keep doing so if you choose these endings which means the Lands Between fall to a 1000-year-long dark age where incantations (which includes mosts forms of light and warmth in the game) are heavily diminished. That... can't be a good outcome

                                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                                              Ok, so, to everyone claiming the Age of Stars is a good ending, let me remind you of a tiny detail: there is no sun in the Lands Between; all sunlight comes from the Elden Tree which... is not in a good shape at the time of the ending unless you restore it.

                                                                                                                              It is clear that there was one at some point, as it is present in many drawings and the map, but the zone of Castle Sol makes clear there was a solid attempt to destroy it... They THINK they failed, but at no point during gameplay you get as much as a glimpse to any other light that doesn't come from the Tree, suggesting they actually SUCCEEDED on that, but the Greater Will took over with its light, so they only THOUGHT they failed.

                                                                                                                              Meaning, you doom the world to 1000 years of darkness with much lower access to magic and incantations to make things even worse...

                                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                I feel strongly that none of the endings are truly "good" or "bad" obviously some are more desirable outcomes than others however, I don't feel we are given enough context to all of what happened before the shattering to truly understand what is best or worst for the lands in between.

                                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                  Anyone knows how it finishes when the player does not accept Melina's accord at the beginning? Is there another ending?

                                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                    wow i see lots of discussion about Ranni's ending. What made me feel good about it is that Ranni takes her husband, AKA "the Hurt" to the cosmos and it's eldritch horrors. gotta find some way to keep busy right? i find it unlikely with my character that another Astel-incident would happen in the lands between, without being pre-emptively intervened by applying a liberal dose of "rusted anchor to the face"

                                                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                      Everyone seems to think there are clear good and bad endings but this is not true for the most part . Obvious upside to most endings is lands between is unified and some semblance of order is restored and it is likely to remain that way for a long time . With Elden Beast dead greater will has lost its influence in lands between .Now each ending has their own downside

                                                                                                                                      AGE OF FRACTURE - In this ending elden ring is not mended so this version of elden ring has only partial control over aspects of lands between . How this partial ring will affect lands between is unknown. That means opportunity for other outer gods meddling which will likely end with another war .

                                                                                                                                      AGE OF DUSKBORN - Allowing the Dead to live as rotting shambling skeletons is not a good idea . We can already see how it badly affected faram azula I doubt any civilization can thrive with this

                                                                                                                                      AGE OF ORDER - Under golden order lands between thrived and prospered but certain groups like omens , misbegotten and demi-humans were say treated poorly ,they committed genocide on Fire giants . This order many not be that different

                                                                                                                                      AGE OF DESPAIR - Every one seems to think this is a bad ending . This is not much different from age of Fracture , only difference is even one becomes a omen . Not great but hardly any where near as bad as everyone thinks .

                                                                                                                                      AGE OF STARS - You are replacing greater will with moon and stars . This new order will have it's own merits and faults

                                                                                                                                      FRENZIED FLAME ENDING - Everyone is ****ing dead and Shabriri is happy about this . There is no upside to this literally not a single one

                                                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                        Tarnished I hope you are proud of yourself for burning an entire city to ash because you are power hungry and want to be Elden lord . This is exactly why you were exiled from lands between .

                                                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                          Should I go offline before Radagon if I want to unlock all endings in one playthrough or is afterwards ok, using a cloud save right before interacting with the Fractured Marika ?

                                                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                            I think the Elden Lord endings are free of influence from outer gods, I mean how does the Greater Will have any influence after the Elden Beast is destroyed? Its pretty safe to say that there is no ending where the Greater Will remains in the Lands Between

                                                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                              "And have the certainties of sight, emotion, faith, and touch… All become impossibilities."

                                                                                                                                              This is actually one sentence. Ranni means sight, emotion, faith, and touch will be impossible to be certain. Everything will be unpredictable.

                                                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                                The best ending is clearly Age of Order, where peace is guaranteed and the gods are required to adhere to the same rules as humans.

                                                                                                                                                Age of Stars, on the other hand, replaces the Greater Will with the Moon. We know that the Moon has wisdom and is feared by its followers, and the Moon was also involved in the Lord of Night experiments that spawned the mimics and the Albinaurics. Ranni's words in the Age of Stars ending merely promised that the new Order of the Moon (i.e. herself and the consort player) will leave the Lands Between. She did not make the promise that she will block the Moon and the Stars (who are eldritch horrors by the way) from intervening the fates of the Lands Between. There is no such promise because the Stars inherently control the fates (see the Telescope and Amber Starlight items). Basically, this amounts to "alright alright we (the Order) will leave you all alone, but the stars are in control again hahaha". So clearly, there's no free will under the Age of Stars. The power to control the fates of the people goes back to the Stars in such ending.

                                                                                                                                                • Disagree with the "There is no clear good, bad, or true ending due to the ambiguity of the fate of the Lands Between after the player character mends the Elden Ring in most endings". The Dung Eater ending is clearly bad.

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