Warning: this article contains mild malware for Elden Ring.
Before the release of Elden Ring, there was one breakout character that was well received by the community: Pot Boy. Later called Pot Friend by Bandai Namco, this Sensation ceramics have captured the hearts of thousands.
But we have bad news about the cooking boys. They are certainly not all friends.
The most famous of the boys selling noodles is Alexander. He’s someone you’ve probably seen in gameplay clips, who’s stuck on the ground and in need of assistance. Don’t worry about this big guy; he is a friend, and will even show you an important position.
But not all of his relatives are so friendly. Within the walls of some of the Elden Ring’s dungeons, you’ll come across both small and large versions of these potter boys. Officially known as the Living Jar, the large versions can be especially aggressive and use a variety of rolling and smashing attacks to crush your health bar. Your only options in these cases are to run away or – more likely – break that outer ceramic layer so the red liquid inside of the jar can splatter all over the floor and walls.
We’re sorry to have to bring bad news.
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For more see Elden Ring Reviews (contributed to making it one of the best rated games in modern history), as well as the news that a recurring soul joke has returned to the Elden Ring. And if you want to make your own Pot Friend, check out our latest episode of Creature Kitbash.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.
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