Updated on February 25, 1:25 p.m. (GMT+8): Added images.
From the minds of From Software and George R. R. Martin, Elden Ring introduced gamers to the world of The Lands Between. They play as a Tarnished — a banished warrior tasked with becoming the Elden Lord.
The Elden Ring manga called Road to the Erdtree veers away from the game’s dark fantasy and highlights the hilarious mishaps that come with the Tarnished lifestyle. Right from the get-go, the main character has to deal with potion management and learning how to roll to avoid getting crushed.
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If you’d like to check out the comedic take on the Lands Between, here’s where you can read the Elden Ring manga, Road to the Erdtree.
The Elden Ring manga is available for free on Kadokawa’s ComicWalker
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The Elden Ring manga is available for free on Kadokawa’s manga website ComicWalker. As of the time of writing, the series has 39 chapters and is still ongoing.
Road to the Erdtree, illustrated by Nikiichi Tobita, is a comedic manga based on Elden Ring. It follows Aseo the Tarnished as he embarks on his quest through the Lands Between, specifically exploring Stormveil Castle in the first questline in the game.
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Similar to the game’s beginning, the Tarnished protagonist spawns as a Wretch in the Sage’s Cave. The manga also features prominent characters from the game, such as Melina, Radahn, and Godrick the Grafted.
Tobita is known for adding a comedic twist to typical fantasy stories. In his own manga, A Cursed Sword’s Daily Life, the main character, Monika, lives in a fantasy world that has smartphones and the internet.
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