Obviously, the boss that you consider the most difficult in the game will probably be a little different from the others. After all, no two people experience Elden Ring in the same way. \n \nBut based on the consensus (and pained wailing) of the game's community, most agree that one of the most challenging bosses in Elden Ring, if not the hardest, is Melania, Blade of Miquela. \n \nOften in this game, the closer the boss is to human height, the more difficult it is because it is faster and has a smaller hitbox. Melania is an excellent example of this. \n \nAt first, she seems like a simple opponent, using only basic sword attacks, but as you wear her down, her attacks become even faster, more sophisticated, and long-range. This is bad, but every time she successfully hits you, she gets a chunk of health back. \n \nEven after you deplete her health bar, she simply phases out, transforming into Melania, goddess of rot, and showering the entire arena in giant, explosive pools of scarlet rot while still using her lightsaber technique. \n \nThe only good thing about this fight is that it's completely optional, and you don't have to play it to complete the game's story, but I'm willing to bet that any of you who didn't already know about Melania would try to fight her now, just to say that you did it. So have fun with it, I think. \n \nSpeaking of making it solo, the famous Alden Ring player recently defeated Millennial for the 1000th time, and there's even an NPC mode developed by Garden of Eyes, allowing players to customize heroes. \n \nRequests are allowed. Garden of Eyes is also responsible for an April Fool's joke that reportedly exposed a new, unused seventh ending in Alden-colored game files, a joke that shocked a few people in the community.