Misbegotten is a Humanoid Enemy in Elden Ring. Misbegotten are medium sized humanoids with varying animalistic traits, such as tails, wings, and vaguely reptilian legs. They are treated as lesser by many, but should not be underestimated.

The spirit of a Winged Misbegotten can be summoned for aid in battle by using Winged Misbegotten Ashes.

 

The misbegotten are held to be a punishment for making contact with the Crucible, and from birth they are treated as slaves, or worse.

 

Elden Ring Misbegotten Locations

Where to Find Misbegotten:

 

Elden Ring Misbegotten Drops

Item

Drop Rate

Additional Info

Runes 100% runes currency elden ring wiki guide 18 59 - 6810
Iron Cleaver 2.00%  N/A
Misbegotten Shortbow 2.00%  N/A
Longhaft Axe 2.00%  N/A
Old Fang 2.50% ~5.00%  N/A

 

Misbegotten Notes & Tips

  • Although having wings and therefore flying abilities, not all Misbegotten fly.
  • Those wielding Axes are called Scaly Misbegotten, and those wielding swords are Misbegotten Warriors.
  • Hewg is a Misbegotten, and is the only one of their race capable of speech.

 

Elden Ring Misbegotten Image Gallery

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    • Anonymous

      There's a mistake under Locations. The Unsightly Catacombs are in the Altus Plateau, not Mt. Gelmir. They're directly beneath Perfumer's Ruins.

      • Anonymous

        Hewg is noticeably less twisted in face and body than other Misbegotten. I believe it’s indicative of him having a kinder heart than the rest of his kind.

        • Anonymous

          Fun misbegotten facts! You can find their eggs/cocoons at the haligtree. This is because they're safe at the haligtree and not treated as lesser beings there

          • Anonymous

            I’ve discovered that some cause a negative debuff upon attacking you that causes you to struggle in rolling and/or not roll at all.

            • Anonymous

              im pretty sure the raging wolf set is inspired in theses creatures and not on wolves, notice the red skirt, the feather motif on shoulders and chest armor, and the white mane on the helmet

              • Anonymous

                I noticed that in the area outside of the fort they rebeled at, there is a troll completely unharmed while the soldiers and footmen have all been slaughtered. More evidence that Misbegotten don't kill in an animalistic, unthinking way. They recognized that the trolls are also enslaved and made the decision not to gang up on it and kill it along with the others.

                • Anonymous

                  Castle Morne affected me more than I thought it would. The mound of corpses. The crazed cheering. The hanged foot men.

                  The misbegotten seem very monstrous to begin with but if the blacksmith at round table is any evidence: they are people.

                  Which begs the question. What could drive someone to murder an entire castle?

                  • Anonymous

                    Do they guarantee you to get hit by the flying ones before you can kill them? I have found no way to hit them without getting hit back, but they do little damage. Is that REALLY their idea for them?

                    • Anonymous

                      There are some of these in Leyndell at a graveyard, that are not aggressive. Just praying or begging at statues or gravestones, just looking pitiful. This was just sad.
                      Then again Leyndell is just generally depressive... with all the citizens just sitting there, looking broken and defeated.
                      Didn't kill anybody there that didn't attack me.

                      • Anonymous

                        Could be wrong, but I think when all the lore is pieced together down the road, These guys are gonna be at the center of everything. They are humanoid creatures, they have scales, knots, horns, wings, tails. There's multiple "crucible talismans" that refer to wings/scales/knots that used to grown on the bodies of humans but it became increasingly rare. Which ties them to the crucible directly and crucible knights, The Leonine Misbegotten are clearly a more evolved species of them and they have red hair and a more human like face. not to mention the one you find in a cave weilding a Legendary holy artifact sword of the golden order. The one you fight in radahn castle, ALONGSIDE a crucible knight drops the Ruins Greatsword which comes from "a city that was floating in the sky but struck by a meteor". The only other person that has red hair that I know of besides the giants is Radagon. Idk, my brain could just be a tin foil hat in itself nowadays, but there's too many connections to other things in the game that's subtle. It's misbegotten all the way down

                        • Anonymous

                          I think that these are supposed to be loose interpretations of a mythological creature known as a "Manticore"

                          • Anonymous

                            Is it me or the Axe guys delay their moves only if you don't attack?
                            I tought the delay was far too long for me to just wait here and i should be able to land a few hits and still have time to dodge.
                            But every time i try that when i see the classic slash startup, they suddenly don't delay it.

                            I saw most bosses react to what i do, usually they only continue their combo if i'm close to them in case i try to punish too early, but if you roll back they'l stop earlier.
                            But on delayed move on a trash mob? Cmon

                            • Anonymous

                              The axe misbegotten drop 110 runes and the winged misbegotten drop 63. In about 90 trys I’ve received 4 longshaft axes 4 old fangs and no misbegotten short bow. All these states are from the 2 misbegotten behind the “Beside the Rampart Gaol” site of grace.

                              • Anonymous

                                The axe misbegotten drop 110 runes and the winged misbegotten drop 63. In about 90 trys I’ve received 4 longshaft axes 4 old fangs and no misbegotten short bow. All these states are from the 2 misbegotten behind the “Beside the Rampart Gaol” site of grace.

                                • Anonymous

                                  It's the descendant of a dragonkin, a human, an omen, a Nekronian, and Animal from the Muppets. Only one of these is a joke. I have a lot of sympathy for these little guys. From the way even the ones with tiny mismatched wings struggle to fly during their jump attacks, to the way they stick it to their snobby noble overlords. A special shoutout to whoever ate the ghost at Castle Mourne, that isn't distressed so much that he's being eaten, as that he's being eaten by *filthy, mixed-blood peasants.* #deserved.

                                  • So after hitting the grace point behind the castle, and having killed the big axe holding misbegotten, I noticed that they're all cowering/non-hostile now? Seems to match up with a note I bought off a vendor about dealing with demi-humans.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Big Misbegotten with Axe can drop an axe (dunno the english name).
                                      And the Archer one can drop the Misbegotten Shortbow.

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