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Elden Ring's Let Me Solo Her Announces Run Where Every Enemy Is Malenia




Let Me Solo Her is an Elden Ring icon, helping countless Tarnished through one of the Game's hardest bosses. And he does it while wearing a pot on his head and a medieval, flimsy thong, all while holding onto a Uchigatana equipped with the Hoarfrost Stomp Ash of War. It's a simple enough build, but one that has helped to beat Malenia over 2,000 times.

And since that somehow wasn't enough, LMSH has announced an entire run where every single enemy in the Game is Malenia. To put that into perspective, that would mean the purposefully easy tutorial boss is Malenia, the squishy footsoldiers on the path are Malenia, and every single wandering knight on the road is Malenia.


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In all likelihood, that means LMSH will end up fighting several Malenia at once (which will be mandatory with the Godskin Duo). Fighting them 2,000 times solo in an arena that LMSH has mastered is one thing, but out in the open where another could jump in at a moment's notice? It's gonna be tough, but the run will be going ahead tomorrow at 3pm CST (or 8pm GMT).

We've seen randomiser runs for Elden Ring and other Souls-like Games that end up swapping enemies for late-Game bosses, and more often than not, it completely throws the run into chaos as it becomes near impossible to get past otherwise simple and easy areas. But knowing LMSH, they'll somehow pull through. They might even double that 2,000 number in one night. Okay, maybe not double, but there'll be a lot of dead Malenias at any rate.

While it was rumoured they'd be retiring after getting a gift from Bandai Namco and shooting into virality, that doesn't appear to be the case. If anything, they're only upping the ante and leaning into it all the more, and he even said that he's going to "take the mantle again" with the DLC, helping beat whoever it may be that ends up causing player's grief when Shadow of the Erdtree comes around.

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