Elon Musk may be the future owner of Twitter and CEO of billionaire Tesla, but according to almost everyone, his Elden Ring build could use some work. I have a lot of work.
The mask you are currently facing Allegations of sexual misconductIs a big fan of the game and has tweeted many times since its release.These days, masks Tweet “Elden Ring is the whole experience and the most beautiful art I’ve ever seen.” When asked what character he was playing in FromSoftware’s hit RPG, Mask Answered, “It’s a power mage, but it’s decent with a sword / sword.” He then took a screenshot of the build and said, “If you need fast rolls, the load on your equipment will be lower.”
Elden Ring fans, to say the least Very confusing Depends on the Elden Ring character in the mask. Although he claims to be a magician character (and actually has a lot of points in intelligence and spirit), he wears heavy armor and is equipped with two swords instead of one. increase. The sword is equipped in the same hand as his staff. That is, he cannot cast spells or attack with weapons, but he must replace them instead. The slot on the left is only used to hold one of the two shields.
He states that he will reduce the load on the equipment as needed, but for some reason it is equipped with two heavy shields. This is completely unnecessary and only adds unnecessary weight to the load on the equipment. Spellcasting characters usually wear lighter armor to help avoid harm quickly, but masked characters have heavy equipment instead, which makes them scary when trying to fend off enemy attacks. Perform a “role”. The fact that he has so many weapons and shields is that most of them are possible because higher level upgrade materials like Smithstone can be a limited supply in many of the games. It means that it is unlikely that it has been upgraded. As a result of not sticking to one shield and one sword, he misses the higher defense and damage offered by the fully upgraded gear.
His talisman is just as puzzling. He uses Radagon’s Soreseal. This increases the stats of Vigor, Endurance, Strength, and Dexterity, but at the cost of taking 15% more damage. This is a terrible amulet for cast-focused characters, as it benefits primarily to physical weapon-based characters. Musk seems to be using another Talisman, the Crimson Amber Medallion, to boost HP to offset the negative effects of Radagon’s Solesir. He also sports a green turtle amulet that promotes stamina recovery. It’s a great talisman, but it’s suitable for physical characters who roll frequently and deal damage with weapons. According to his tweet, the Mask character isn’t doing one of them well. However, he uses the Graven School Talisman, which enhances the power of magic. At least that makes sense.
The main problem with building the mask seems to be that he is a do-it-yourselfer and a master of nobody. Not only does he want to wear heavy armor and shields, he also wants to be a wizard. Not only does he want to use spells, he also wants to use his sword well. As a result, his stats, equipment and amulets are everywhere. Ultimately, if the mask build works for him and can get through some of the toughest bosses in the game, it can be considered a success. But the fans want him to know that’s the case, so he could be doing better.
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