You may have heard about an Elden Ring player by the name of Let Me Solo Her. The heroic figure has helped hundreds of Tarnished take down Malenia — one of the game's hardest bosses — via co-op, and Let Me Solo Her has since been immortalised through fan art, inspirational videos, and more.
In fact, Let Me Solo Her's deeds are so impressive that Elden Ring publisher Bandai Namco has actually sent the legend a real-life sword in congratulatory fashion. The famous player, known as @TsuboiKlein on Twitter, recently posted about the package:
How cool is that? "I can still remember my first experience with the Soulsborne series and almost quitting because of Iudex Gundyr in Dark Souls 3. I'm glad I persisted," writes the all-powerful saviour. Heroics from truly humble beginnings!
Dare we ask if you've ever stumbled across Let Me Solo Her? Raise your blade in the comments section below.
[source twitter.com, via gamesradar.com]
Imagine fighting Malenia 1,000 times. He deserves a knighthood not a sword!
Classy move from BamCo
Very cool. That's one to pass to the grandkids.
I've only seen him in my game once, but he faded before I could summon him.
Malenia isnt even that hard.
Not even top 5 in Elden Ring and if boss would be in Sekiro or Bloodborne it would be one of the easier bosses.
@Neverwild There's always one.
I managed to defeat her after three days of trying so I didn't need to summon our lord and savior, Let Me Solo Her. Probably one of my favorite boss fights of all time. There's just something so satisfying about slowly figuring out the counters to all of her many moves.
This is a cool to see though. I'm sure he will cherish it for the rest of his life!
Breaking: Let Me Solo Her forced to retire after accidentally slicing off both thumbs with a replica sword.
Hmm, i beated her in 5 minutes at my first try (with the help of the mimic). I've fought far more difficult bosses.
Still have yet to beat her. In NG+2 and level 377 but still don't have what it takes. It's fun to try, so many times she has read her life bar to me.
I wonder if Square ever gifted anything to the legendary Gio, who carried so many through FFXV Comrades more difficult bosses. Of course they didn't.
This is just awesome! What a great heirloom symbolizing helpfulness.
That's totally rad, dude! Bandai Namco and From are some cool cats who know how to appreciate their fans.
On the other end of the spectrum you have Take Two being total dips***s like usual.
@grifith very cool!
Dude definitely deserves it.
Tried to summon him just for the experience. No luck though, and I ended up beating her myself (w Mimic Tear), which was also nice for a Will Never Git Gud kinda guy like me.
I really wanted to enjoy this game. 10 hours in and it just didn’t click. Hoping to go back one day
Complete legend, his skills are insane.
Haha, all the giga chads saying Malenia isn't that hard gotta calm down. This guy is good, he deserves all the recognition he gets. Dodging the Waterfowl Dance move is close to impossible, and this dude does it like it's nothing.
Very cool of Bandai Namco to do this.
Thats damn cool...i like it when things like this happen..
Strangely I found Radagon more problematic maybe because of my build. Malenia, I easily kept smacking her to the ground with the Destined Death move from Maliketh's sword. Beat her in about 20mins of trying. But for Radagon, none of my trusted swords were working, surprisingly a tree avatar colossal weapon did the job for me. My entire playthrough was offline so never had any outside help, I don't even have Plus. And can some people just cornily stop mentioning Bloodborne, we know it's classic, Elden Ring is different and tried new things, it should be appreciated. ER gives you the freedom to level up anywhere making you super strong, so of course bosses might seem harder in their other linear games.
When is Activision giving the best Call of Duty player a gun?
@HotGoomba As soon as he moves to Texas
I definitely plan to try summoning this guy eventually, whenever I get around to buying and playing Elden Ring.
I bloodmosquitoed her to death but it needed two summons who followed me through on that tactic, think it took 20 tries or so. Of course there was the typical 1% left on the enemeies health bar situation where you think that now you're gonna win. Ah I so love/hate these games xD
That is actually pretty cool.
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