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Have you ever wanted to cosplay as one of the common residents at ELDEN RING who is known to do nothing credible? Well, this guide will try to put you on the path to becoming one of the cursed undead npc that is not exceptional.
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ELDEN RING Cursed Undead NPC & Character Guide
Welcome to our ELDEN RING Cursed Undead NPC & Character Guide. This guide is not meant to be a step by step guide on how to make a certain character slider. This is just a more general guide to help you nail down that lowly cursed undead npc aesthetic.
This is definitely more up to preference than some of the sections and matters what you are going for. This is generally sliders I use for my Infantry/Soldiers bodies. But if you wanted to do a noble undead make him not muscular and make him slightly thinner and a knight would most likely be a bit heftier. You should attempt to make your character have a skinny high cheek boned face such as this if you are going for really anything other than maybe a fat/skinny aristocrat or knight look.
The Facial Cosmetic
Make sure you make the lipstick show instead of the original lip color or you may have some reddish lips on your undead character. Also on the character skin luster I would match this example character or your undead may come out shiny. No one wants shiny.
ELDEN RING Cursed Undead NPC – The Skin Color
This is the best skin color I could make for the Cursed Undead. Somewhere between the more light skinned Soldiers and the more dark skinned infantry. (WARNING) If you make a custom skin color it may look good in the Character Slider Menu but ingame with lighting it may not look as good either being maybe too pale or it may come out with a weird color hue.
The eyes should undoubtedly look blank but if you wanted to customize the color you could but try to keep them very pale so it would be a subtle change to keep the cursed undead aesthetic.
Hair is seen on some of the aristocrat and commoner npcs in the game. Its hard to say if the soldiers or knights have hair but if they do my professional guess would be the soldiers would have more short hair and the knights would have hair more like the knight above. Give them hair that looks a bit on the roughed up side of things since they are mad and no longer groom themselves but do not give them any form of stubble since none of the soldiers has any signs of this. My guess to the reason may be that since they are undead the hair just stopped growing. To stay accurate to the ingame representations of hair colors shown do only grey, black, and white hair for your undead character.
If you followed this guide and used a bit of your own creativity you should be well on your way to making your very own Cursed Undead NPC! Sadly the npcs will still mistake you as tarnished and attack you.