A dataminer discovers that the Kale Merchant was to have a quest of his own and connection to one of the game’s endings.
It’s been nearly four months since the web was turned upside down with the release of Elden Ring, preceded by anecdotes from the Middle Lands, tips for moving forward, and fascinating details about its world. In turn, From Software has been upping its game with updates focused on bug fixes and especially reworked bosses like Malenia. Beyond this, the game files hide a good handful of secrets that, although they have been discarded, are very interesting.
Merchant Kale has a hidden mission in the internal archives of the Elden RingOn this occasion, we talk about the latest discovery of Sekiro Dubi, a dataminer who has already starred in other Elden Ring news for the details he finds inside the game. As he explains in his latest video (via PC Gamer), Merchant Kale, the first merchant we encountered in the Middle Lands, was designed to have more activity than we have seen in the title, since From Software worked on a mission that would end for connecting it with the lore.
Unfortunately, all this material was discarded and we can only access it through datamining techniques, so the final version of the Kale Merchant leaves us with a fairly inactive character who only offers us items to buy. We do not want to go into spoilers about the history of this trader, so if you are curious, you can see his mission in the video inserted at the beginning of this news.
Sekiro Dubi was the one who first introduced us to the inaccessible Coliseums of Elden Ring, which has given rise to multiple theories about a supposed DLC that would expand the lore of the title. On the other hand, dataminers have found more ideas discarded by From Software that introduced very particular mechanics, as we have seen with the possibility of making a concoction with NPC dreams.
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