Elden Ring mod turns dodges into drunken flops out of harm’s way

An Elden Ring floppily dodging a blow.
Credit: Clevererraptor6 on Nexus Mods.

While they may not have any massive expansions to dig into quite yet, Elden Ring players are still keeping themselves busy, with the long-awaited Colosseum DLC providing a fresh challenge for many who now consider traditional boss battles to be old news.

That said, sometimes even the acts of butchering an endless supply of bloodthirsty fellow players or emulating streamer MissMikkaa’s run through the game on two devices at once can get stale if you’re using the same combat strategy you always end up going for.

If you’re in search of a way to spice up your next attempt to battle Malenia and Radahn simultaneously or slay an entire army of rats, a new mod might be worth adding to your load order.

Feel like your next Elden Ring build needs to be a bit more chill in the evasion department?

The mod in question is called ‘Floppy Dodges’ and is the work of modder clevererraptor6. Some of their previous work has given you the chance to wield lightning as your weapon and ride a direwolf into battle.

This time, for unknown reasons, they’ve decided to offer something: “For Tarnished (that are) feeling a bit flaccid.” and have delivered that by ensuring that each of your evasive manoeuvres will look a bit less serious than you might be used to, as you can see in the clip below.

Naturally, if you’re someone who likes things to be lore-friendly, this mod might not be for you, but if you’re open to a little bit of silliness or are roleplaying as an oddball character, the possibilities are truly endless.

After all, what better way could there be to throw a big bad boss off of their game than stunting on them with some slack slides before you whip out your weaponry and go in for the kill?

Alternatively, you could host the first-ever limbo contest in The Lands Between and trounce your competition quite handily using the mod’s forward motion.

If either of those sound promising, you’ll first need to grab ‘Mod Engine 2’ and follow the install instructions in the mod’s description.

Regardless of whether your Tarnished is now flopping until they drop, make sure to follow us for coverage of some interesting streamers and guides to Elden Ring’s newest addition.

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