Elden Ring’s Bats Actually Sing in Latin (With Very Morbid Lyrics)

Among the many unique enemies the Terni can face Ring of Elden, there’s one that most players will often hear before they see and that’s the Singing Vampiric Bats, which actually sing in Latin with some pretty depressing lyrics. This is just one of the many hidden details Ring of Elden fans are still finding out nearly two months after the game’s initial launch.

FromSoftware’s venture into the open world genre has produced an absolutely massive title causing many Ring of Elden players to invest hours upon hours in an effort to uncover as many secrets as possible across the Lands Between. Many players will then share their discoveries with the rest of the community as they have done with previous Souls-like titles, creating a unique type of community engagement that sets itself apart from other gaming fandoms. Sometimes these reveals extend to cut content or things hidden in the game files that may hint at some lore implications. Despite the community’s diligent efforts, most players still haven’t found everything in Ring of Elden and even today more interesting finds are being discovered.

Editors MAGISTER-ORGANI and Nyrun discovered the words of the infamous Singing Bat Enemies scattered across Ring of Eldenwith their discovery later shared in a viral post from a Twitter user Chinchillazilla. According to Redditors, the song most players will hear before seeing these enemies is sung in Latin with austere lyrics, which can be seen in a YouTube video by MAGISTER-ORGANI via their channel, Antonius Tertius. When translated, the Bats’ song recounts how they were destined for motherhood only to now be disfigured and crying with no one to comfort them. A YouTube video from Nyrun’s channel Chris Wheatley also shows a translation of the song.

As is often the case with FromSoftware games, almost everything in the game has some sort of deep connection to the setting. Ring of EldenThe lore of is extensive, with many in the community still dissecting the motivations and connections of the most prolific enemies throughout the title. Mean enemies like Singing Bats may not get as much attention, however, there still seems to be a story through their song.

FromSoftware’s stories are puzzles that need to be uncovered and investigated for players to really know what’s going on. It’s a style of storytelling that’s not for everyone, however, it can be an incredibly rewarding experience for those willing to hunt down all the secrets. Ring of Elden is arguably FromSoftware’s simplest narrative to date, and as more members of the community discover and piece together its elements, enemies like singing bats can be enjoyed in new ways.

Source: MAGISTER-ORGANI/Reddit, Antonius Tertius/YouTube, Nyrun/Reddit, Chris Wheatley/YouTube, Chinchillazilla/Twitter

Editor’s Note 4/28/22: This article has been updated to reflect this discovery which was originally made courtesy of MAGISTE-ORGANI of Reddit and Nyrun, also known as Antonius Tertius and Chris Wheatley on YouTube.


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Of the many unique enemies the Tarnished can face in Elden Ring, there is one that most players will often hear before they see and they are the singing vampiric bats, which are actually singing in Latin with lyrics that are quite depressing. This is just one of many hidden details Elden Ring fans are still uncovering nearly two months after the game’s initial launch.
FromSoftware’s venture into the open-world genre has produced an absolutely massive title causing many Elden Ring players to invest hours upon hours in an effort to discover as many secrets as possible throughout the Lands Between. Many players will then share their discoveries with the rest of the community as they have with previous Souls-like titles, creating a unique type of community engagement that sets itself apart from other gaming fandoms. Sometimes these revelations expand to cut content or things hidden in the game’s files that may hint at certain lore implications. In spite of the community’s diligent efforts, however, most players still haven’t found everything in Elden Ring and even today more interesting discoveries are being uncovered.
Redditors MAGISTER-ORGANI and Nyrun have uncovered the lyrics of the infamous singing bat enemies scattered across Elden Ring, with their discovery later shared in a viral post from Twitter user Chinchillazilla. According to the Redditors, the song most players will hear before actually seeing these foes is sung in Latin with some dour lyrics, which can be seen in a YouTube video from MAGISTER-ORGANI via their channel, Antonius Tertius. When translated, the bats’ song tells of how they were destined for motherhood only to now be disfigured and weeping with no one to comfort them. A YouTube video from Nyrun’s channel, Chris Wheatley, also shows a translation of the song.

As is often the case with FromSoftware games, almost everything in-game somehow has a deep lore connection with the setting. Elden Ring‘s lore is vast, with many in the community still dissecting the motivations and connections of the most prolific enemies throughout the title. Average enemies like the singing bats may not get nearly as much attention, however, it appears there is still a story there through their song.
FromSoftware stories are puzzles that need to be uncovered and studied for players to really know what is going on. It is a style of storytelling that is not for everyone, however, it can be an incredibly rewarding experience for those willing to look for all of the secrets. Elden Ring is arguably FromSoftware’s most straightforward narrative to date, and as more members of the community discover and piece its elements together, foes like the singing bats may come to be appreciated in a new way.
Source: MAGISTER-ORGANI/Reddit, Antonius Tertius/YouTube, Nyrun/Reddit, Chris Wheatley/YouTube, Chinchillazilla/Twitter
Editor’s note 04/28/22: This article has been updated to reflect this discovery was originally made thanks to Reddit’s MAGISTER-ORGANI and Nyrun, also known as Antonius Tertius and Chris Wheatley on YouTube.

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