Elden Ring
Elden Ring

Miriel, Pastor of Vows, better known as Pope Turtle, is a non-player character in Elden Ring. You’ll first encounter him at the Church of Vows, where he’s a massive monster that resembles a turtle. During your interaction with him here, he will share all of his knowledge of Incantations, Radagon, and Sorceries with you. Because he is one of the game’s brightest NPCs, murdering him looks to be out of the question. Many players, however, are interested as to what would happen if the wise old turtle were to be killed. If you’re one of these, we’ve got just the guide for you. We’ll show you all that happens for individuals who do happen to fatally abuse Miriel.

What Happens When you Kill Pope Turtle in Elden Ring?


Killing Miriel, Pastor of Vows (Pope Turtle) in Elden Ring is not a simple task in any way. The smart old NPC is practically indestructible, thanks to its stone-made body. You may imagine yourself wasting a lot of time, effort, and energy when attempting to kill him. If you successfully kill the old turtle, you will receive Miriel’s Bell Bearing and 12 Turtle Neck Meat. That’s pretty much all you get for slaying the Turtle Pope.

Killing the Turtle Pope, in our opinion, is a waste of time and effort. To begin with, killing the giant turtle will need a significant amount of work and time. Even if they do manage to get rid of him, the entire battle is meaningless since Miriel never fights again. Because he is a peaceful creature, he never retaliates even once. Miriel may also be a great source of information and expertise. By killing him, you not only waste your time fighting a vulnerable creature, but you also lose a useful friend.