Elden Ring The Road to the Erdtree Free Gag Manga Announced; First 2 Chapters Available In English
Kadokawa has announced a new free gag manga drawn and written by Nikiichi Tobita on Comic HU, based on the recently released Elden Ring, titled Elden Ring The Road to the Erdtree.
Two chapters have been published, with the story focusing on the naked Tarnished, Aeso, as he’s thrown into Limgrave. A mysterious girl named Melina offers a deal to him, and he makes his way to the Erdtree. Fans can look forward to several characters from Elden Ring appearing, such as Blaidd the Half-Wolf, Margit the Fell Omen, Godrick the Grafted, and Ranni the Witch.
New chapters are planned to be released on the 4th and 19th of every month.
The manga’s synopsis is viewable below:
Aseo, a poor, Tarnished wretch, finds himself cast out into Limgrave—naked, penniless, hopeless, and maidenless. His only hope in his harsh, unforgiving new home is a mysterious woman named Melina. She urges him to follow the guidance of grace to the Erdtree that looms over the Lands Between.
But it won’t be an easy road; a cast of colorful characters awaits Aseo along the way—Patches the Untethered, Blaidd the Half-Wolf, Margit the Fell Omen, Godrick the Grafted, and of course, Ranni the Witch…With little but a loincloth between Aseo and certain death, he strikes out for the first stop on his quest: Stormveil Castle. Will he make it there, or will his journey end before it even begins?
English fans can read this series on Comic Walker. Further, 12 languages translations are available, though they aren’t explicitly listed.
Elden Ring features the action systems that FromSoftware has proven effective through their Dark Souls series, but the team is also focused on building a narrative with this title. With the help of Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, the game features a fantasy story where players control the fate of this world. Users will meet various characters with their own motivations that may end up helping or hindering progression. Throughout the game, one will choose the fate of this cursed land by unraveling its secrets and myths.
Elden Ring is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC via Steam, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. If you missed it, check out our review.
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