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Twitch streamer breaks down after losing to boss Elden Ring for seven hours

Twitch streamer Brandon ‘Atrioc’ Ewing spent a ridiculous seven hours defeating the Tree Sentinel boss in the Elden Ring, spending a full day of launch with just one enemy.

FromSoftware’s games are known for their high difficulty, and their latest title Elden Ring is no exception.

The Elden Ring has plenty of complicated bosses, but one of the first, the Tree Sentinel, looks set to trip many players as they begin their journey through the Lands Between realm.

One of those players was Atrioc, who ended up spending his day taking down the equestrian boss.

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Elden Ring was released on February 25th.

Atrioc finally defeated the Tree Sentinel

The streamer went live late on February 24 when he started his first Elden Ring stream and is among the top broadcasters on the platform who are releasing a new release.

Atrioc encounters the Tree Sentinel early in his adventure, as the boss is one of the first major opponents the player encounters in the starting area.

The streamer tried to take down the Sentinel, which he ultimately failed again and again, typical for any soul-like game. But, instead of continuing to level up and come back, Atrioc had other plans.

Refusing to give up, he fought the boss for more than seven hours straight on the stream. When he finally took it off, he got excited and laughed like a maniac, falling out of his chair.

The streamer could have made his life easier by skipping the fight and taking the horse first, then returning to the fight.

Having a mount made the fight much easier, but Atrioc wanted to take down the Tree Sentinel with his own two hands.

This method may have taken him an unbelievable amount of time, taking up almost the entire broadcast, but resulted in a moment of fun and excitement.

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Emma Bowman

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