I've even ridden with the massive Tree Sentinel, though with my dirty rags, cookware helmet, as well as a stolen sword resting on my shoulder I'm feeling a bit undressed. I decide to pick enough flowers and collect enough butterflies to trade in for Elden Ring Runes some real armor and a nice , oversized weapon, so that when take a ride with him again I'll be feeling a bit more like the Junior Tree Sentinel instead of an unclean wannabe.
And despite me being invisible to all the evil out there however, the world functions with a lot of surprise. I open a chest , and become a spirited visitor to another region of the world. Wolves abruptly plunge out of the sky as I'm driving down a path to scare the crap of me. I walked through an underground tunnel that collapsed and threw me into an area that contained a huge rat. The incident isn't fatal because I've completely disenchanted myself with the game, but it's still startling. Sorry for intruding, huge rat.
It's up entirely to Elden Ring to be dangerous as hell regardless of the mod that renders the game as peaceful. One time, I came across an NPC who wants me to Elden Ring Items for sale write a letter to her father, which she has to deliver in the castle. It takes me some time to find the castle (because she wasn't exactly clear on where it was, and there's a lot of stuff that looks similar to castles around Elden Ring). However, I finally find the castle, and then wander around for hours searching for her father. This is when I'm almost to death.