The players of Elden Ring during their explorations of the Interregnum they may come across a easter egg that pays homage to Game of Thrones by George RR Martin. It is possible to find this quote already after a few hours of play, however out of respect for those who do not want to ruin any surprises, we warn you that from here on you may come across spoiler minors.
For the uninitiated, George RR Martin created the story behind the Elden Ring narrative universe, which Miyazaki and FromSoftware then used to make their own work.
The easter egg in question is represented by a broadsword, called “Grafted Blade Greatsword“, in the English version. Its design is decidedly peculiar, as the mighty blade is made up of dozens of swords piled up. Does it remind you of anything? That’s right, it’s a clear reference to the Game of Thrones of the Red Fortress in King’s Landing from Games of Thrones.
You can get this Greatsword within hours of starting your journey through the Elden Ring Interregnum. In theory even immediately, but it is advisable to do it after 10-20 hours of play in order to level and have a respectable equipment for the enemies you will have to face. The Grafted Blade Greatsword is located in Morne Moangrave, a small peninsula located south of the map. To reach this place, however, you will have to enter and make your way through the dangers of Morne Castle.
In Morne Moangrave you will find waiting for you Leonine Misbegotten, a low to mid level optional boss. Once defeated, you will receive the Game of Thrones greatsword. In case you find it difficult to take down this enemy, check out this video from Tyrannicon.
To wield the Grafted Blade Greatsword as it should unfortunately you will have to invest numerous Runes in the Strength statistic to bring it up to at least level 40. That said, it could be worth it given the peculiar style of the weapon.
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