Okay, brace yourselves. In Elden Ring, the series of birth and death is completely broken, ruined by the crushing of the Elden Ring. Thus, people don’t just simply die and vanish into the afterlife (or whatever truly does await them), but one interesting question remains unreciprocated: what happens to children?
It turns out, children developed jellyfish when they die in Elden Ring. Yes, those jellyfish you’ve been killing thru Elden Ring are children, who can’t die ordinarily. Instead, they’re sort of cast into an odd purgatory, which renders them to appear like jellyfish for some unearthly reason.
This contains your Jellyfish Spirit Summon. The jellyfish in precise that you’ve been summoning as an ally in The Lands Between is termed Aurelia, and as it happens, one player found their severe in Elden Ring. In the Mountaintop Cemetery region of Elden Ring, you can find a grave enthusiastic to Aurelia and Aureliette.
As it tries out, one real-world species of jellyfish is named Aurelia. So Aurelia’s name sort of translates to men-of-war, in a strange twist. This, as one commenter on the subreddit post above, put it, is sort of like vocation a fish “fishy.”
But it doesn’t end there! It turns out you can truly reunite the sisters: as the video below showcases, Aureliette is in anticipation of Aurelia at the Stargazers’ Ruins near the north of Freezing Lake. All you essential do is speak to the former in jellyfish form at the Ruins, then summon the last as you would do for battle.
Yeah, perhaps we’ll be wanting a trip to the turtle pope to redeem ourselves after finding this out. Elden Ring hides many tragic particulars behind the scenes, but perhaps none are so tragic as the jellyfish you’ve been slaying throughout the game, and the Spirit Summon you’ve been by, are dead children.
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