The Twitter user bromojumbo joined involved by Elden Ring Runes sharing fan artwork of Tyrunt and Tyrantrum two famous Fossil Pokemon based on the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex, with an Elden Ring twist. Tyrunt and Tyrantrum are usually depicted as reptiles with scaly skin sporting bright, orange-colored crests and flowing feathers. This design makes them appear with coats of reddish and brown fur respectively, which give them a distinct canine appearance, and the hollow , black eyes of some of Elden Ring's most frightening enemies.
Bromojumbo's effort to blend adorable Pokemon with this creepy Elden Ring enemy results in two creatures that cross the line between cool as well as scary. The Tyrunt they have created is a dark grey-brown dinosaur with tufts of fur and posing in the traditional stance of a Tyrunt with its tongue spread out as an animal. Their Tyrantrum is more dog-like with a head as well as canine ears rather than an ear crest, and reddened scars instead of a scale pattern. It also has a collar that is black and spiked, which is a stylistic choice to look more like one of the dogs. Both designs feature black dog noses and gray fur accents.
Elden Ring Attack Timing Turns Margit Fight Into Action Movie Trailer
The precise timing of attacks between the Elden Ring player and boss turns Margit Fell Omen battle Fell Omen battle into a Michael Bay movie trailer. It is widely believed to be one of Elden Ring's toughest bosses, Margit, the Fell Omen is a threat to those who attempt to buy Elden Ring Items venture into Stormveil Castle. Though he technically counts as an optional miniboss still proves quite formidable in battle to the point that some players might want to learn to parry before facing him.