Who is Miquella (Elden Ring)? NPC, Quest, Story, History, Lore

Miquella, the Unsullied, is a minor character from Elden Ring, the open world role-playing game from FromSoftware. The character is neither a boss nor an NPC, but she is mentioned in several dialogs as a supporting character.

Who is Miquella? Elden Ring, History, Story, Lore

Miquella is the son of Queen Marika and Radagon of the Golden Order. He is the twin brother of Malenia and like his sister, Miquella is also cursed from birth. While Malenia carries the Scarlet Decay in her body, Miquella is cursed to never age. For this reason, he has the body of a child, even as his mind continues to grow.

Because Miquella wanted to find a way to lift the curses for both himself and his twin sister, he turned his back on his parents and the other Empiricans and created the Halig Tree. However, because the Empiricans feared that Miquella would destroy the power of the demigods in his quest for redemption, they imprisoned Miquella in his own Haligree. He fell into an eternal sleep and his body degenerated over time into the body of an infant.

Miquella’s Heist: Elden Ring

After the Elden Ring was shattered, the interlands fell into chaos. The demigods fought over the fragments of the ring in order to increase their power. Malenia also sought power, thinking she could use the Elden Ring to remove the curse from herself and Miquella. She decided to fight her half-brother, General Radahn, and take his rune fragment from him.

The fight against Radahn lasted forever, but Malenia could not achieve victory. She only managed to infect her half-brother with the Scarlet Decay that her body exudes. After being severely wounded in the battle, a knight brought Malenia back to the Halig Tree, where she fell into a deep sleep. Her rest was so deep that she did not wake up when Mogh, the Lord of Blood, came to the Halig Tree. Mogh cut Miquella directly from the center of the tree and carried him off to his underground vault in the Mohgwyn Palace.

Miquella and Mogh (Elden Ring)

Mogh, the Lord of Blood, is a demigod himself, disowned by his siblings for being born with horns and wings, which is considered an evil omen in the interlands. He became obsessed with blood magic and wanted to create a new era of domination. To do this, Mogh stole his half-brother Miquella and imprisoned him in a cocoon where Miquella’s body would mature.

Mogh’s plan was to make Miquella ascend to a god through dark blood magic. To do this, he repeatedly fed the cocoon his own blood. However, his attempts have always failed so far. Nevertheless, Mogh continues to pursue his plan. He hopes to rule over the interlands at Miquella’s side, and thus finally raise his own Moghwyn dynasty to full strength.

Miquella’s Needle: Quest Elden Ring

Players can go through a quest line with Millicent during the course of the game. During the quest line, players can obtain a needle that Miquella is said to have created. Miquella’s needle is said to be able to stop the interference of outside gods.

When players arrive in the Decaying Farum Azula, they can use the needle in the Dragonlord Placidusax’s boss area. In this way, players can prevent the Frenzied Flame of the Three Fingers from spreading. This will prevent players from activating the evil end of Dragonlord Placidusax.

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