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Full Shadow of the Erdtree Elden Ring DLC Map

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The base game of Elden Ring already featured one of the largest in-game maps ever seen, and its DLC was all but certain to be massive in scope, too. Now that players have the chance to explore the Realm of Shadow, many are finding it to be much larger than anticipated, in part thanks to FromSoftware’s multi-layered environments.



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The full Elden Ring DLC map features four major zones containing a plethora of subzones, dungeons, and bosses, as well as of course plenty of Sites of Grace too. This guide shows the full Shadow of the Erdtree map with everything unlocked for players to reference as they explore, and describes exactly how large this new map actually is compared to the base game.


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The Realm of Shadow Is A Lot Bigger Than Limgrave, After All

Before launch, all signs pointed towards the full Elden Ring DLC Map being about as large as Limgrave, according to an IGN interview with game director Hidetaka Miyazaki. But the FromSoftware head is no stranger to underselling the length of his games. When Elden Ring first came out, he said the game would take around 30 hours to complete, after all.

As it turns out, Shadow of the Erdtree is about half the size of the base game in terms of the DLC map size, and will take most players roughly 30 to 50 hours to complete.

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Though the surface of the world is indeed roughly the size of Limgrave (when taking the Stormhill, Stormveil Castle, and Weeping Peninsula subareas into account too), Shadow of the Erdtree‘s world is much more dense and multi-layered. You will follow a tunnel that leads to three new zones, fall off a cliff that leads to a spiritspring up and a pathway down, and see areas above and below that you won’t be able to reach until you do some more exploring.


The Elden Ring DLC Map Fits Into The Base Game Map

Interestingly, the Shadow of the Erdtree full map seems to fit nicely in the center of the Lands Between. The outline of the Elden Ring DLC map fits snugly along the coastlines and cliffside of the central Lands Between, and overlapping locations tend to be related in terms of lore – Shaman Village over the Erdtree, Jagged Peak over the Dragonbarrow, the Ancient Ruins of Rauh over the Uhl Ruins, and most importantly, the Suppression Pillar in the center of the Lands Between.

The Suppression Pillar, in the Gravesite Plain, lends some credence to this theory – as it is revealed to be the center of the Lands Between, which couldn’t be possible if the two were not once located in the same place.

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Pokemon Fans Call for Change to How Nicknames Work

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  • Fans want Game Freak to allow nickname changes for event Pokemon and traded Pokemon in future titles.
  • The limitation on nicknaming Pokemon is causing frustration among players, who desire this ability.
  • While some rare instances have allowed renaming of event Pokemon, fans shouldn’t expect this restriction to change soon.



Pokemon fans aren’t happy about the restrictions on nicknaming their Pokemon in the games. A recent conversation highlights problems with the system and has fans urging developer Game Freak to change course in future Pokemon titles.

From the beginning of the Pokemon series, players who catch a new Pokemon are given the option to give the creature a nickname. While it isn’t mandatory, players sometimes give their Pokemon nicknames to help separate them from other catches of the same species, or even just for the fun of it. However, the way nicknaming in the game works is causing headaches for some fans, and has led to them wishing things would change.


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Pokemon fan TheAzureAzazel shared their thoughts on Reddit, where many other players have since added their voices to the conversation. TheAzureAzazel points out that not being able to nickname event Pokemon is a huge inconvenience to them, and that it’s a frustrating limitation. With very limited exceptions, players are stuck with whatever nickname a Pokemon has when it’s given to them via an event. TheAzureAzazel says that even the ability to change the nickname just once would be great, but that’s not usually an option.


Pokemon Nickname Change Restrictions Frustrate Fans

Fellow players have agreed with TheAzureAzazel, and also pointed out that similar problems exist for traded Pokemon. If a Pokemon has a nickname when it’s traded, that name can’t be changed afterward. If a player knows the person they’re trading with personally, they may be able to ask them to change the nickname, either before trading the Pokemon or even by trading it back to do so. However, outside of those options, players are usually stuck with whatever nickname other trainers come up with.


There have been rare instances where players have been allowed to change the name of event Pokemon, but it’s not the standard. This has left some fans wondering why it was an option with select event Pokemon in past titles. For example, one fan pointed out that they were able to rename their event Shiny Zeraora from Pokemon Sword and Shield, but isn’t consistently something that’s allowed. Some fans were also interested in being able to revert a Pokemon back to its default species name, especially when faced with an offensive or weird nickname, but that’s not possible, either.


Game Freak regularly makes tweaks to the systems in Pokemon games, so it’s not out of the question that this could change at some point in the future. However, considering this has generally been a restriction since the Gen 1 Pokemon games, fans shouldn’t count on it.

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Quordle today – hints and answers for Saturday, July 20 (game #908)

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Welcome to the weekend, Quordle-style. As is the case during the week, you get nine guesses to solve four Wordle-esque puzzles, so don’t expect it to get any easier just because you don’t have work today. And for those of you who do have work today, I apologize – you’ll have to find time for Quordle too.

Enjoy playing word games? You can also check out my Wordle today, NYT Connections today and NYT Strands today pages for hints and answers for those puzzles.

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Excerpts Of Bliss Locations In Constellation Metropole (Simulanka Jubilant Feather Part 2)

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Constellation Metropole is the players’ destination during the Summertide Scales and Tales: Part II World Quest in Genshin Impact. As Travelers set out on this adventure, they will meet Kirara on the Maritime Express and then Navia on their way to the Castle’s Base.




Players then embark on a journey to meet the Goddess of Creation alongside the two Genshin Impact characters. After completing the quest, Travelers are free to explore the vast town and small islands of Constellation Metropole. On the newly revealed map, Travelers can locate treasure chests, puzzles, and Simulanka Jubilant Feather to collect, and here is where to find all the Excerpts of Bliss in Constellation Metropole.

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Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Locations In Genshin Impact

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There are eight Excerpts of Bliss to locate in Constellation Metropole, Part 2 of the Simulanka Island. Most of the Simulanka Jubilant Feathers can be found inside the wooden soldiers’ kingdom ground and only one can be found on the small land south of it. Each Jubilant Feather makes three Excerpts of Bliss, which means Travelers can collect 24 Feathers in Constellation Metropole.


Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #1

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To collect the first Simulanka Jubilant Feather in Genshin Impact, players should do the following:

  • Fast travel to the southern Waypoint in Constellation Metropole.
  • Move northwest toward the house with the big yellow Windmill Wind Spinner.
  • Use the purple current beside it to glide.
  • Collect the first Excerpts of Bliss in Genshin Impact.

Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #2

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Acquiring the second Excerpts of Bliss in Simulanka requires Travelers to:


  • Teleport to the Constellation Metropole Astral Garden Waypoint.
  • Head northeast.
  • Grab the Simulanka Jubilant Feather tucked between the bushes.

Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #3

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Next, go back to the Astral Garden Waypoint, but this time:

  • Leap from the southwestern edge of the Castle.
  • Glide toward the frog leaf pond.
  • Collect the Excerpts Of Bliss floating above the purple current.

Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #4

From the previous location in Genshin Impact, go northeast, then:


  • Attack the Gear Sky Ladder on the Castle’s Central Section to move it forward.
  • Climb the first set of stairs.
  • Turn left.
  • Grab the Simulanka Jubilant Feather on top of the wooden crate.

Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #5

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Jump off the Castle’s Central Section’s southern edge, then glide southeast to collect the next Excerpts of Bliss in Genshin Impact. The Feather will be floating above a wooden-like bridge next to wooden soldiers.

Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #6


From the previous location in Genshin Impact, head southwest, then:

  • Stand on the Ladder platform.
  • Attack the Gear Sky Ladder to move it upward.
  • Climb to the roof’s top.
  • Collect the Excerpts Of Bliss floating above a bird’s nest.

Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #7

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The next Simulanka Jubilant Feather is floating above the fountain, to acquire it:

  • Leap to the southeastern side.
  • Move toward the fountain.
  • Grab the seventh Excerpts of Bliss.

Constellation Metropole Excerpts Of Bliss Location #8

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From the fountain location in Genshin Impact, move southwest, then collect the eighth and last Jubilant Feather from the top of a house’s platform.

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