One Elden Ring fan has discovered what Sorceress Sellen looks like when she is not wearing her  Elden Ring runes for sale and has shared screenshots of her surprisingly detailed face textures with the rest of the community. Elden Ring is FromSoftware’s most ambitious title to date, and the sheer scale of its open-world setting demonstrates just how ambitious the studio has become in recent years. In The Lands Between, there are numerous hidden dungeons, optional bosses, and NPCs with whom players can interact and gain knowledge. One Elden Ring fan concentrated his attention on the NPC Sorceress Sellen and discovered what she looked like when she didn’t have her buy Elden Ring runes on.

Sorceress Sellen is a non-player character (NPC) in the Elden Ring who can teach the player spells if they agree to be her student. Players who complete her questline will receive new Armor sets and spells as a result of their efforts. But it will also bring them into conflict with Rennala, Queen of the Full Moon, and the Academy of Raya Lucaria, who are both opposed to their actions.

Redditor FreddyKrum posted screenshots of Sorceress Sellen’s face textures to demonstrate what she appears to be like when she is not wearing her mask. Selling is shown exclusively wearing a large stone buy XBOX Elden Ring Runes over her entire head, which conceals even the colour of her hair. This is how she appears in the game. She appears to be a young woman with side-swept black hair, piercing blue eyes, and a thin upper lip, as evidenced by these screenshots. Because Elden Ring is filled with masks for both NPCs and players, it may surprise some players to learn that Sellen actually has face textures underneath her mask.

Sellen’s face textures change after a specific event occurs during her questline, which is quite interesting. When Sellen reaches a certain point in the game, she transforms into a different body, but the change is barely noticeable in her character model. Despite the fact that she claims her new body makes her feel younger, both versions of the character are dressed in the same covering Raya Lucarian robes and masks, making them virtually identical to one another. However, FreddyKrum’s work reveals that, beneath the cheap Elden Ring items, Sellen’s new body actually employs new face textures, which are revealed by his work. Obviously, the most noticeable difference is that she has brown hair instead of black on her second body, but it also has a slightly different nose and paler skin tone.

As of this writing, it appears that this discovery has piqued the interest of other Elden Ring fans. An outspoken user expressed disappointment that FromSoftware had invested so much time and effort into designing not just one but two faces for Sellen, only to have her wear a massive stone throughout the entire game. A second user requested that helmets be hidden in the game, which was granted. Most Soulsborne games are well-known for the prevalence of helmets, hoods, and strategically-angled hats that can be found on the majority of non-player characters (NPCs). Some fans have hypothesized that the sheer number of helmets in these games is intended to relieve FromSoftware of the burden of designing faces for the characters.