In Elden Ring plot, Outer Gods are mentioned as mysterious beings. The events that take place in the Lands Between are influenced by the Outer Gods in a variety of ways. They include the practice of worship by those who live in the Lands Between as well as the use of power incantations.


A significant number of events that occur before and throughout the Elden Ring plot are contributed by The Outer Gods. They have participated in both kind and nefarious deeds throughout history.




Elden Ring Outer Gods


The Frenzied Flame


An Outer God known as the Frenzied Flame seeks to extinguish all forms of life. According to the Frenzied Flame, the very act of living is the cause of sorrow, and people who lament their births express a desire to have never been brought into the world. On the other hand, the Frenzied Flame believed that the Greater Will had erred in its decision to bring about the creation of life. Because of this, the Frenzied Flame intends to destroy all forms of life and bring everything back to the "One Great".


This Outer God is connected to the Frenzied Flame Incantations as well as the Three Fingers Incantations. Before the player completely turns into the Lord of Frenzied Flame, the player has the opportunity to tame the Frenzied Flame by using Miquella's Needle.


This Outer God's primary role is to play a significant one in the "Lord of Frenzied Flame" conclusion.


The Formless Mother


An Outer God who lusts after being wounded and is also known as the "mother of truth." The Formless Mother is linked to Blood Incantations and uses Mohg as their chief vassal. Mohg is employed by the Formless Mother. When Mohg, the Lord of Blood stepped in front of her at the depths of the earth, his cursed blood caused a fire to break out. The Sacred Spear of Mogwyn is a tool that allows one to commune with the gods that reside beyond.


The Sealed God Of Scarlet Rot


An Extraplanar God associated with the corrupting Scarlet Rot, who has been imprisoned beneath the Lake of Rot. The Scorpion's Stinger is made from a relic of this outside god, whose divine essence is claimed to be trapped away in this realm, according to the location's map description. The Mushroom Crown was rumored to have been worn by lords who served the scarlet rot, while the Mushroom Set served as "sacred garments that anchor one to the earth."


Legend has it that a blind fighter with a flowing blade was the one who imprisoned this god for all time. The handle of the Flowing Curved Sword is similar to the handle of the Nox Flowing Sword wielded by Nox Swordstresses as well as the handle of the dagger wielded by Night Maiden A swordsman who wielded the sweeping blade was also responsible for the training of a decaying girl, most likely Malenia (Prosthesis-Wearer Heirloom)


Because Malenia had been conceived in the womb of a single god, she was born with a crimson putrefaction festering deep within her (Remembrance of the Rot Goddess). The devotees of rot, like as Maleigh Marais, regarded Malenia as a goddess and worshipped her in that capacity (Antspur Rapier). Miquella, Malenia's brother, assisted in the treatment of her scarlet rot. As a consequence of this, he gave up the fundamentalism of the Golden Order and developed unalloyed gold, which he called Radagon's Rings of Light. The Unalloyed Gold Needle and Miquella's Needle are two examples of unalloyed gold creations that have the ability to protect against the interference of the outer gods.


When Malenia "blooms," her scarlet rot (Scarlet Aeonia) progresses, and when she has three blooms, she will be elevated to the status of a goddess. During one of these battles, against Starscourge Radahn, one of these blooms occurred, which resulted in the creation of the Swamp of Aeonia, covered Caelid with rot, and sent Radahn into an eternal fit of madness. Millicent and her sisters were also born in the swamp where Pests originated (Pest's Glaive), and this is where Pests got their name (Rotten Winged Sword Insignia). Sage Gowry devoted himself to reestablishing the "Order of Rot," and he devised a strategy in which Millicent would develop into a "scarlet valkyrie."


This god has been linked to Gowry, the Pests, and Malenia in the past.


Since Rileigh the Idle's Black-Key Bolts cause Scarlet Rot accumulation and he uses a Scorpion's Stinger as his sidearm, it's possible that he, too, is a follower of Rot. If this is the case, there is a possibility that he is linked to Maleigh Marais due to the fact that their names are so similar to one another and the fact that many of the families in Elden Ring have names that sound very similar to one another.