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    Elden Ring Mohg : Mohg was originally just a regular enemy of Elden Ring

    Elden Ring Mohg  : Throughout your life, you will come across many individuals who have failed upward. Neither are they particularly exceptional, nor are they the best candidates for a particular position – but somehow, things just fall into place. Elden Ring’s Mohg is one such individual. It is not true that he is a particularly talented individual, in fact, he was shunned by his own people for being an accursed omen. Zullie the Witch, a FromSoftware lore master, discovered that the developers had not intended him to be a boss at all.

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    It turns out Mohg only became a boss later in the development cycle, living up to his reputation as a blood-sucking leech. Zullie suggests that he might have previously been unnamed, as his model name in the source code is GreaterDemon, and he has a loadlist for places such as Murkwater Catacombs and Raya Lucaria Academy. It is possible that the Lord of Blood was originally planned as a regular enemy, but was later promoted to a boss.

    According to Zullie, this may be one of the reasons we find Mohg at two different locations in the game – Mohgwyn Palace and the Subterranean Shunning Grounds. There may be a lore-friendly explanation for this, such as the fact that he is using Omen Illusion. It is also possible that one of those pre-boss Mohg models was just stationed there.

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    Zullie also pointed out that the GreaterDemon loadlist also included Gelmir and Auriza Hero’s Grave, where both the model and the infamous chariots had attach points. In other words, if things had turned out differently, GreaterDemon Mohg could have ridden those chariots instead of a generic statue.

    According to Zullie, the plotline of Miquella appears to have been affected by the change. The source code reveals that in the fight with Malenia, Miquella originally had dialogues during his sister’s phase change – “My dear twin, accept this gift. A gift of abundance, my last drop of dew. Let all things flourish, whether graceful, or malign.”

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    Accordingly, Miquella was originally intended to be paired with Malenia – possibly being related to the Haligtree in some way – and the plotline with Mohg was only added later on.

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