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Elden Ring is an enormous game – but at some point, you’re inevitably coming back to Minecraft.
Getting a custom player skin is the logical next step if you’re obsessed with Elden Ring and want to bring some of its charms into your Minecraft adventures.
The worldwide Minecraft community has created a ton of different Elden Ring-themed skins, but only the best are deserving of a true Elden Lord.
Is it thy wish to be born anew? Then check out these Elden Ring skins for Minecraft!
1. The Astrologer
A “difficulty” setting is a feature some fans have been clamoring for since the Souls series’ humble beginnings.
While Elden Ring doesn’t have an apparent difficulty setting, the game is only as hard as you want to make it.
If you want a challenge, you can start as a close-quarters class and choose a build focusing on DEX or STR. Alternatively, you can begin as the Astrologer and spam Glintstone Pebble to victory.
This skin is perfect for smart gamers who pride themselves on making life easy with a little bit of critical thinking.
2. Godrick Soldier
After getting viciously dismembered by a Grafted Scion and pummeled by a mounted Tree Sentinel, you finally find an enemy you can face as an equal.
The Godrick Soldier is the face of Elden Ring’s early game. They can restore your confidence by dying much easier than the bosses above and allow you to learn how to dodge, parry and riposte.
This Minecraft skin is fantastic if you like working on medieval builds or if you’re playing on a fantasy server.
3. Mohg, Lord of Blood
Mohg is like the Herobrine of Elden Ring.
He’s a mysterious demi-god with ominous powers and questionable intentions that projects his influence all over the Lands Between from his home in an underground palace of blood.
Honestly, I wouldn’t trust someone wearing a Mohg skin on a Minecraft server.
What exactly do you identify with in Mohg? Is it the kidnapping of children or the satanic rituals?
I see someone in a Mohg skin, and I’m darting in the other direction like a cat jumping away from a cucumber.
4. Raya Lucarian Sorcerer
Running into Raya Lucarian Sorcerers is never fun, but it’s memorable.
Their design is unique and attention-grabbing, and they’re surprisingly capable in combat – especially in groups.
These sorcerers are known throughout the Lands Between for their dedication to intellectual pursuits, and the giant stone masks are heavy with prestige.
Check out this skin if you think the brain is mightier than the sword.
5. Carian Knight
Like any respectable medieval dynasty, the Carian royal family once had an elite force of warriors: the Carian Knights.
Clad in shiny silver armor adorned with intricate arcane patterns, the Carian Knights are masters of sword and magic capable of wiping the floor with almost any other force in the realm.
They weaponize the unseen forces of the Full Moon to dominate their foes in battle.
Although this Minecraft skin loses the intricate patterns on the Carian Knight armor for apparent reasons, it still captures essential details like the cape and jewelry.
6. Cleanrot Knight
The Cleanrot Knights are a somewhat contradictory order.
Despite worshiping the Crimson Rot and fighting alongside Malenia, they wear enchanted armor and wield magic weapons that stave off this debilitating curse.
Their pale bronze-colored armor is one of the most popular sets in the game, thanks to its badass appearance and high stats.
Luckily, Crimson Rot hasn’t made it into Minecraft yet – but that doesn’t make the armor look any less awesome.
7. The Prisoner
Of all the starting classes, the Prisoner seems particularly well-suited for returning Soulsborne veterans.
Its stats favor Endurance and Vigor while providing a decent STR, DEX, and INT base to start crafting your build.
Moreover, its visual design is undeniably unique.
Only someone important would go through the trouble of wearing a thick metal mask/helmet to protect their identity. The mystery is part of this Minecraft skin’s charm.
8. Ser Gideon Ofnir
Ser Gideon Ofnir is one of my favorite characters in Elden Ring.
Dubbed “the All-Knowing,” Ser Gideon has eyes in every nook and cranny of the Lands Between.
His unmistakable helmet casts a deep shadow over his face, hiding his true intentions. You can never see where his eyes are pointing, but you know that he’s always looking.
He’s like a Game of Thrones character trapped in a From Software game, which makes sense considering George R. R. Martin’s role in creating the world and its characters.
9. Raging Wolf Armor
From Software never forces you to wear one specific armor to clear the game – but there’s always one set that symbolizes the player character and keeps popping up in promotional material and cinematics.
The character of the “Tarnished” is tied to the Raging Wolf set, one of the coolest-looking armors in the game.
It belonged to Vangram the Raging Wolf, said to be one of the first Tarnished to enter the Roundtable Hold.
Despite looking heroic, you’ll have to do some blasphemous things to get your hands on this armor in Elden Ring. Luckily for anyone with a conscience, you just need a few clicks to get it in Minecraft.
10. Night’s Cavalry
Elden Ring’s time-of-day system helps keep exploration fresh by introducing minor changes to every area depending on the time of day.
One of the biggest surprises you might run into – if you’re not warned by a message on the floor – is the Night’s Cavalry.
These dark knights roam the roads of the Lands Between after dark in search of enemies of the crown. Their role is to bring death to famed warriors and knights that have offended the powers that be.
Wearing this in Minecraft, you might look scary enough to keep Creepers at bay.
11. Black Knife Assassin
The Black Knife Assassins are an elite group of nightcrawlers made up entirely of women wielding Black Knives.
These Knives were imbued with the power of the Rune of Death, allowing them to kill divine beings such as Godwyn – which they did (kind of).
It only takes fighting one of these vicious rogues in Elden Ring to understand how a group of them was able to kill a god.
They’re as agile as gymnasts and unrelenting in their attack.
12. Scarlet Rot Artorias
The Knight Artorias is the most popular character in the original Dark Souls and maybe even the entire series.
Also known as Artorias the Abysswalker, this tragic hero lost his humanity fighting Manus and the Abyss. Even though we travel back in time as we enter Oolacile, it’s already far too late for Artorias.
The fight to put him down is pure, triple-distilled epicness.
This creative Minecraft skin adapts Artorias for Elden Ring by changing his color palette to match the Crimson Rot.
I wouldn’t usually feature a crossover, but this skin is too cool to ignore.
Melina is the perfect skin for a kind soul who sees the potential in others.
After all, she was the one to offer the Tarnished “an accord” when everyone else was busy either trying to kill them or calling them “maidenless.”
She proves to be a major badass during the last quarter of the game – starting with the fight against Morgott, the Omen King.
Theories about her origins and motivations are plenty, but one thing is certain: Melina is bae.
14. Ranni the Witch (No Hat)
Melina’s main competition for Best Elden Ring Waifu is Ranni the Witch.
Assuming you don’t mind girls with pale blue skin and multiple arms, Ranni’s beauty is undeniable – as is her power.
Melina can level you up, but Ranni can usher in a new age in the Lands Between with a little help from the Tarnished.
Ranni’s storyline reads like a song of chivalry: a heroic knight risks life and limb to deliver the kingdom on a silver platter to the love of his life. Talk about motivation!
This skin brings Ranni to Minecraft without the white hat, as it was impossible to make it the right size for a Minecraft skin.
Click here for a version with a tiny hat.
15. Queen Marika
Behold, Her Magnificence Queen Marika the Eternal.
Despite being arguably the most crucial character in the game, Queen Marika barely makes an appearance in Elden Ring – and when she does, she’s not looking her best.
This Minecraft Skin adapts what we can see from her garb and physical appearance into a cleaner, non-crucified look.
The bits and pieces of gold flowing down the dress are magical. The gold accents on a dark blue background give the dress a regal appeal.
16. Crucible Knight
The Crucible Knights are legendary warriors able to tap into the magic of the Crucible – a force of nature older than the Erdtree.
Their bronze armor is easily recognizable by the inhabitants of the Lands Between, and especially by the Tarnished, who often combat these ancient knights.
You probably won’t grow golden wings or a giant golden tail while wearing this armor, but it definitely looks flashy and intimidating.
17. Malenia, Blade of Miquella
She is Malenia, Blade of Miquella – and she has never known defeat.
That’s about the only thing we know for sure about Malenia.
Chosen to be the vessel of the Outer God of Rot, Malenia holds incredible power – but she’s also cursed to slowly succumb to the corruption.
She has already lost half of her limbs, and we can only guess what’s missing inside her mind.
One thing is for certain, though: her combat prowess remains undisturbed. Hardest boss in the game, without a doubt!
18. General Radahn
Despite her obvious decay, Malenia has incredible resistance to the Rot.
If you’re wondering what it can do to the unprotected, check out General Radahn.
He, who used to be one of the fiercest military leaders and warriors in the Lands Between, is now a raging husk.
While not as flashy as some of the previous entries, Radahn’s armor is one of the most badass in the game. This Minecraft skin captures the barbarian king feel.
19. D, Hunter of the Dead
D is not my favorite character in Elden Ring by a long shot.
He lacks relevance in the story for a character wearing such badass armor.
Unconcerned with practicality or safety, D wears armor ornamented with the shape of a twin head near his chest. It’s visually stimulating and profoundly intriguing.
This Minecraft skin doesn’t quite capture the extra head due to the game’s limitations, but the gold-and-silver colors look incredible.
20. Radagon of the Golden Order
Radagon is one of the most confusing characters in Elden Ring.
Where did he come from? Why was he such a popular bachelor among the powerful ladies of the Lands Between? And what’s the meaning behind his bright red hair?
We might not get clear answers to these questions anytime soon, yet many of us can’t help but love Radagon.
Something about his half-shattered body and the light of the Elden Ring shining from within reminds us of his divine nature.
I love how this Minecraft skin reproduces the crumbling effect and the Elden Ring symbol inside Radagon’s body.
Radagon’s expertise in repairing stuff with a hammer might come in handy in Minecraft.