Fans Pay Tribut to Turtle Pope in Real Life: FromSoftware’s new game, Elden Ring, has taken the world by storm with its mix of traditional European fantasy and weird dark fantasy. It’s been a big hit. Instead of setting the games in grim and dying worlds, this one takes place in a fantasy world that makes the horror elements even more frightening. This time, a video game Elden Ring fan made a real-life tribute to the Turtle Pope.
NPC: Miriel, Pastor of Vows, is a giant turtle that lives in the Church of Vows. They serve as a steward there, and they are very friendly. They have a lot in common with the other giant turtles that are passive mobs in the game. Because they wear a white miter, which is worn by bishops and some abbots in traditional Christianity, Miriel is unique.
An Azonavox Reddit user recently shared a picture of their real-life tribute to Miriel, the Turtle Pope, the pastor of vows. They and many other fans call her that. The award comprises a prominent, plastic turtle figure with a paper miter that has folded very carefully. The hat has very detailed, game-based decorations drawn in what looks like gold pencil crayons.
Unlike the real Miriel, the Pastor of Vows, this fake Turtle Pope can stand up and move its head. When the NPC is lying down, they say their legs aren’t as strong as they used to be, so the figure with all its legs under it is weird.
The figure also has a warmer brown tone to its skin than the real Turtle Pope, who has grey skin and scales. However, Azonavox’s comments under the post say that they just took a turtle figure and changed it. This would explain why the design is different.
So far, other people who love the Elden Ring impress by Azonavox’s work and are treating it as a scene. One person said that the tribute was the best place to keep all of their scrolls and prayer books. Another said that if they could afford it, they would buy it with their food money.
In the Elden Ring DLC, the Pastor of Vows, Miriel, will kill by George R.R. Martin. A third person said that they were afraid that would happen to Miriel. The game’s DLC hasn’t announced yet, so it’s not clear what any expansions for the game will do for its cast.
You can get Elden Ring for PC, Playstation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One X.