Elden Ring not having a pausing button isn't something to Elden Ring Runes be concerned about. - Reader's Feature
If you've had the delight of seeing comments similar to this, then you could be familiar with Elden Ring, developer FromSoftware's most recent game which came out towards the end of February to rave reviews.
Bromojumbo on Twitter got into the game by sharing fan images of Tyrunt as well as Tyrantrum two well-known Fossil Pokemon based on the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex, with an Elden Ring twist. Tyrunt along with Tyrantrum are typically depicted in the form of reptiles that have brightly orange crested heads and ruffs filled with feathers. The new design gives them coats of brown and reddish furs, giving them a distinctive canine look, as well as the hollow eyes made of black and white that appear on some of Elden's most terrifying enemies.
Bromojumbo's attempt to combine adorable Pokemon with this scary Elden Ring enemy results in two creatures that cross the line between cool and creepy. Their Tyrunt-themed version is a dark grey-brown dinosaur covered in fur tufts, standing in the typical Tyrunt stance with its tongue extended like an animal. Their Tyrantrum is designed with a more dog-like head, canine ears instead of an ear, and scars with reddened marks instead of Elden Ring Items for sale a scale design. The Tyrantrum also sports a dark-colored spiked collar that could be a fashion choice to make it look more like an animal. Both designs feature black dogs' noses as well as gray fur accents.