Legendary 'Elden Ring' Warrior 'Let Me Solo Her' Becomes 'Let Me Solo Him' And 'Let Me Solo Them' As He Tackles The Toughest Bosses From 'Shadow Of The Erdtree' DLC

July 10th, 2024 - 2:07 PM EDT by Adam Downer

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Let Me Solo Her / Let Me Solo Them YouTube account and an image of the iconic player in the game.

Two weeks ago, Klein Tsuboi, the man behind the iconic "Let Me Solo Her" moniker, tweeted something very concerning: "The Final boss is kicking my butt rn."

Let me solo her faces a tall task

This was a grave omen for a legion of Tarnished warriors who were also struggling mightily with the bosses of Shadow of the Erdtree, the recently released Elden Ring DLC that's been pummeling players with its intense difficulty.

If even the undisputed best Elden Ring player was struggling with the DLC's final boss, what hope did mere mortal players have?

By the way, this article will contain spoilers for the final bosses of the Shadow of the Erdtree DLC.

Klein rose to fame as "Let Me Solo Her," a player who grew legendary for leaving his summon sign outside the boss arena to Malenia, Blade of Miquella and inviting players to sit back and watch him beat the hardest boss in the game for them.

With his memorable jarhead, almost-naked body and dual katanas, he inspired fan art and memes across the Elden Ring community since its release in 2022.

He kicked off Shadow of the Erdtree by morphing into "Let Me Solo Him," doing the same thing to Messmer, the Impaler that he did to Malenia over 1,000 times.

While impressive, Messmer is frankly small potatoes next to the game's final boss: the corpse of Radahn puppeteered by Miquella. Seasoned Souls vets are, quite simply, getting lambasted by Radahn's twin giant swords, gravity magic, holy magic, massive AOE attacks and insta-kill grab.

Some are calling it the hardest boss FromSoftware has ever created, and that's a roster that includes Orphan of Kos, Isshin the Sword Saint, Demon of Hatred, Nameless King and Slave Knight Gael, to name a few.

Even Let Me Solo Her admitted to struggling, but two weeks after first tweeting his despair, Klein has emerged with a new moniker: "Let Me Solo Them."

Apparently, practice makes perfect, and Klein has mastered yet another new benchmark in FromSoft difficulty. He takes down the unholy duo with ease, earning another notch in his belt as the world's best player of Elden Ring. Perhaps more exciting, he just crossed 500,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.

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