Sekiro Shadows Die Twice All Items Guide – Where to Find, Item Details (2023)

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In this Sekiro Shadows Die Twice All Items Guide, we will detail all the Items in the game, what their effects are and where you can find them. There are many items in the games that offer you various buffs, while other are collectible materials that can be used to craft items.

This guide is a work in progress as more items are being discovered, and will be added soon.

Every Item that you can pick up and save in your inventory is listed below. The Items are shown as glowing golden orbs in the game that you interact with to pick them up, and save in your inventory.

While items are found in random loot and open spaces, you also get them by defeating bosses, mini-bosses, smaller enemies and even from Merchants. Merchants are like shop vendors that sell you items in return for money or other valuables.

Below we have listed all the items that are found in the game, their descriptions, and where you can find them.

Ako’s Sugar

This is a Sugar Candy that is made in Senpou Temple, sustaining Ako’s blessing. It boosts your Attack Power for a time. Bite the candy and take the Ako stance to impart its inhuman benediction. The spirits embody excess karma. One must bite down hard on the candy and endure what has been brought to pass.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Hirata Estate – Estate Path
  • Ashina Outskirts – Ashina Castle Gate Fortress
  • Ashina Castle – Tower Antechamber

Adamantite Scrap

This item us mainly used to upgrade Prosthetic Tool for the Tier 4 upgrades. Adamantine ore with a dull, silvery shine. Base material commonly used in advanced Prosthetic Tool upgrades. Adamantite can only be mined in the oldest parts of Ashina. Ancient rock and soil is said to attract the grace of gods, perhaps lending this metal its supple strength.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Sunken Valley – Riven Cave
  • Ashina Castle – Old Grave
  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Ashina Dojo
  • Hirata Estate

Antidote Powder

A powerful antidote concocted by the Sunken Valley clan. Heals status abnormality “Poison”, and temporarily increases Poison resistance. Magnetite deposits are found in the Sunken Valley, but the place is dangerously toxic. Antidote powder is essential for anyone attempting to mine the ore.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway
  • Hirata Estate – Estate Path
  • Purchase from Fujioka the Info Broker in the Dilapidated Shrine
  • Purchase from Toxic Memorial Mon in Sunken Valley

Ashina Sake

A bottle of Ashina-brewed sake. Give this to Emma and she will provide you some background about the world and her past.

Sake is a drink meant for sharing. While it does not contain water from the fountainhead, it is made from the purest of waters, and is a drink beloved by the people of Ashina.

This item can be found in the following location:

  • Ashina Depths – Mibu Village

Black Gunpowder

Black grains forming the base for gunpowder. Material used in alchemical Prosthetic Tool upgrades, including those of an explosive and occultic nature. Even the most mundane form of gunpowder has a variety of applications.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Gate Path
  • Ashina Outskirts – Ashina Castle Gate
  • Abandoned Dungeon – Underground Waterway
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo: Shugendo
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo: Temple Grounds
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo: Main Hall
  • Ashina Castle – Old Grave
  • Sunken Valley
  • Ashina Depths
  • Ashina Depths Mibu Village
  • Abandoned Dungeon – Bottomless Hole
  • Randomly dropped by Gunners, Torch wielders and Mibu villagers

Bundled Jizo Statue

This item can be used to restore 1 node of Resurrective Power after you have revived once. It is a mall Buddha effigy bound in red cloth. Raise in prayer between one’s palms to restore a node of Resurrective Power. To enswathe a Jizo statue is to express feelings of parental love. The bundle of cloth is to at least ensure that the little one goes on in peace.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall
  • Hirata Estate – Estate Path
  • Ashina Castle – Ashina Reservoir
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Main Hall

Bite Down

This item can be used to end your current life. Secret shinobi drug, blue in color. When times call for death by one’s own hand, samurai turn their swords on themselves as a matter of pride, while shinobi demand a swifter means. Simply crush in the back teeth to die. Nothing more is required. Resurrection is not limited after use.

This item can be found inside the Abandoned Dungeon area where it is dropped by corpse enemies inside. It is also sold in limited amount by Blackhat Badger who is a merchant in a house just under the Old Grave idol in Ashina Castle.

Bulging Coin Purse

This item contains 1000 sen that aren’t lost when you die. It is a purse almost overflowing with sen. Hefty enough to bring something resembling to Wolf’s face.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Hirata Estate – Bamboo Thicket Slope
  • Ashina Castle – Ashina Reservoir

Contact Medicine

This item can be used to inflict weak Poison status on you, which will negate all other inflicted poison status for short period of time. Powdered medicine with poisonous effects used through the ages by Ashina shinobi. A weak “Poison” status abnormality is inflicted upon consumption. By inflicting a weak poisin on oneself, all other forms of poison become ineffective. Some shinobi also use this medicine for a specific technique. Poison is said to expand the mind.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Hirata Estate – Bamboo Thicket Slope
  • Dropped by Nightjar enemies in Ashina Castle – Sunken Valley
  • Purchase from Memorial Mob in Ashina Castle – Abandoned Dungeon Entrance
  • Sunken Valley – Riven Cave
  • Ashina Depths – Mibu Village

Ceramic Shroud

A piece of pottery that breaks with a satisfying crack when thrown. Throw it at an enemy to draw their attention. Throwing and smashing such pieces made for popular sports among Ashin boys. Even after growing up, they remember the old games well.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Ashina Outskirts
  • Random loot from defeated enemies

Dragonspring Sake

This item can be taken and given to either the Sculptor or Emma, who in return provide some story background about the world and their pasts. A bottle of crystal-clear sake. Sake is a drink meant for sharing. A top-shelf brewed by the Ashina brew master with water from the Dragonspring. The pure water extracts every last bit of flavor from Ashina’s finest rice. There are no words that can do the flavor justice. To understand, one must taste it for themselves.

This item can be found in Ashina Depths – Mibu Village

Dried Serpent Viscera

This item is related to a boss fight that depends on what ending you choose for the game. it is a dried, persimmon-like heart of a Great Serpent. The Great Serpent is a god of the land, and the heart is believed to be where one’s spirit resides. While it looks much like a persimmon, in fact this is the red viscera of a god. Apparently, denizens of the Sunken Valley worship the organs believing they represent the deity itself.

This item can be found in the Sunken Valley – Bodhisattva Valley

Dragon’s Blood Droplet

This item has a few uses. Firstly, it is used at the Sculptor’s idol to cure Dragonrot in all currently afflicted characters, and it also restores your Unseen Gift. The second is that when it is used in Inventory, it increases currently amount of Resurrective Power.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Dilapidated Temple
  • Ashina Outskirts – Ashina Castle Gate
  • Ashina Castle – Abandoned Dungeon Entrance
  • Ashina Castle – Old Grave
  • Purchase from Fujioka from the Dilapidated Shrine
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Shugendo
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Main Hall
  • Sunken Valley – Bodhisattva Valley
  • Ashina Castle – Great Serpent Shrine

Dousing Power

This item is sued to heal burn status, it decreases Burn buildup, increases Burn resistance, and decreases Burn type damage. When fire is used on the battlefield, Dousing Powder is crucial for survival.

It can be found in the following locations:

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  • Hirata Estate – Dragonspring – Hirata Estate
  • Purchase from Fujioka from Dilapidated Shrine

Divine Grass

This item is used to restore Vitality and cure all current status abnormalities. One small part of Ashina is exceedingly old. The ancient soil, rocks, and water that pervaded the land are said to have attracted the attention of the gods. The doctor Dogen studied the plants in the ancient place, resulting in the recipe for this special medicine.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway
  • Ashina Castle
  • Ashina Depths – Water Mill

Divine Confetti

This item allows you to effectively attack Apparition enemies for a short time. Confetti imbued with a divine blessing made for driving away apparitions. The paper is made ceremoniously, whereby pulp is spread thin using water from the exalted Fountainhead. As the gods bless the waters, so too will the confetti bless one who basks in it’s touch, allowing attacks to connect with apparition-type enemies.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway
  • Hirata Estate – Main Hall
  • Sunken Valley – Boddhisatva Valley
  • Ashina Depths – Water Mill

Dancing Dragon Mask

We have covered all the locations of this item in our Mask Fragments Locations Guide. Read more for details.

Eel Liver

This item can be used to greatly reduce damage from Lightning type attacks and the Shock abnormality status. It is a miraculous drug capable of banishing lightning offered at the Ashina Clan altar. Lightning is a force of the gods. Eels, while small, are relatives of dragons. Even a god’s force can be suppressed, though probably not for long.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Ashina Dojo
  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Antechamber
  • Ashina Castle – Great Serpent Shrine
  • Purchase from all vendors after defeating True Corrupted Monk

Fulminated Mercury

This item is mainly used for upgrades. It is highly precious grains forming the base for a devastating form of gunpowder. Used in explosive Prosthetic Tools upgrades of advanced rank. Created in secret by the Interior Ministry using knowledge from across southern seas. The central forces’ military might owes much to this tiny tweak of chemistry.

This item can be found in Sunken Valley – Bodhisattva Valley

Fistful of Ash

This item can be used to throw at an enemy to distract them. Ash gripped into a hardened clump. Throw it at an enemy to temporarily distract them. In Ashina, the snow falls thick and thus hearth runs thick with ash.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts
  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Gate Path

Fresh Serpent Viscera

This item can be used against a boss depending on what ending for the game you decide on. A persimmon-like heart of a Great Serpent. The Great Serpent is a god of the land, and the heart is believed to be where one’s spirit resides. While it bears similarity to a persimmon, in fact this is the red viscera of a god. It is safe to assume that eating it would be poisonous to one’s health.

It can be found in the Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Sunken Valley Cavern

Green Mossy Gourd

This item can be used to reduce Poison buildup and increase Poison resistance for a short period. A curved, moss-covered gourd filled with medicinal water. Refills upon rest. While it does not heal “Poison” status, it reduces Poison buildup, and increases Poison resistance. This gourd was made out of necessity by those that made poisonous lands their home. It’s said if you live there long enough, eventually poison won’t affect you at all.

It can be found in the Sunken Valley – Bodhisattva Valley.

Gourd Seed

To get all the Gourd Seed, read our Gourd Seed Locations Guide to find every Gourd Seed in the game.

Gun Fort Shrine Key

This item is used to open the door behind the Long-arm Gentipede Giraffe in the Sunken Valley area. The key to a shrine deep within the gun fort. The gate behind the shrine’s idol is made to be opened. The Sunken Valley clan will shoot any stranger who approaches, and the Snake Eyes’ guns are particularly feared. This elite group of women are descendants of the ancient Okami Clan. Their especially sharp eyes allow them to snipe victims at great range.

This item can be found int the Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Kuro’s Room

Gachiin’s Sugar

This item can be sued to briefly increase your stealth and make you less noticeable to enemies. The High Senpou priest gave this candy to a band of short but adept assassins. Suppresses sound and presence for a time, making the user harder to detect. Bite the candy and take the Gachiin stance to impart its inhuman benediction. The assassins do Senpou’s dirty work. Once hired guards, now extensions of the monks’ will in their quest for underneath.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Gate Path
  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway

Gokan’s Sugar

This item can be sued to decrease Posture damage taken for a short time. Sugar candy made by the Shinobi Hunters of Misen Temple, sustaining Gokan’s blessing. Reduces Posture damage taken for a time. Bite the candy and take the Gokan stance to impart its inhuman benediction. Misen monks are well-versed in the art of killing shinobi; an undertaking that demands a body with an unshakable core.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Hirata Estate – Estate Path
  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Antechamber
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo
  • Sempou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Temple Grounds
  • Sunken Valley
  • Might be dropped by Purple Ninja in Ashina Castle

Gokan’s Spiritfall

This item is a re usable Gokan’s Sugar that consumes Spirit Enmblems. It reduces Posture damage take for a time. You can consume Spirit Emblems to use repeatedly. Headless are the ruined form of corrupted heroes who once fought for their country. Dedicated burial mounds quietly appease the spirits with several heads, though none call upon them for long.

This item can be found in the Sunken Valley – Under Shrine Valley.

Gachiin’s Spiritfall

This item temporarily makes you harder to detect in stealth, costing 4 Spirit Emblems. It can be used multiple times as long as you have Spirit Emblems. This item can be found in Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest.

Great White Whisker

This is a priceless whisker taken from the Great Colored Carp. While the Great Carp is naturally immortal, if killed, its whiskers can be plucked. The sound of the whisker being removed is surely music to the ears of certain people. Some would feel relief at the sound of their mission being completed, others, the joy of having their heart’s desire granted.

This can be found in Sunken Valley – Guardian Ape’s Water Hole

Gatehouse Key

The key to a samurai gatehouse located in the Ashina Reservoir, not far from the well the Wolf was kept in. Here, Gyoubu the Demon’s Broken Horn is respectfully guarded by Ashina Samurai. The Broken Horn is the spear blade once wielded by Gyoubu the Demon. It’s said that no prey can escape Gyoubu’s horn. It pulls enemies in, and is even capable of stripping an enemy’s armor.

This key is obtained from the Ashina Castle.

Heavy Coin Purse

A purse filled with a large amount of sen. It can be used to acquire the sen inside. Its weight is very promising indeed. The sen in this purse is not lost upon death. It contains 500 Sen.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Ashina Castle Gate Fortress
  • Ashina Castle

Herb Catalogue Scrap

A purse filled with a large amount of sen. A page torn from the Ashina Herb Catalogue, a compendium of flowers and herbs. “The ‘Snap Seed’ naturally grows in ravines and deep valleys. According to denizens of the Sunken Valley, such places are appropriate for offering oneself in marriage to the Great Serpent. If one wishes to become a bride, they must enter the belly of the Serpent in the Valley”.. It can be used to acquire the sen inside. Its weight is very promising indeed. The sen in this purse is not lost upon death.

It can be found in the Ashina Outskirts – Ashina Castle Gate Fortress

Healing Gourd

A gourd filled with Vitality-restoring medicine. Resting refills the Gourd. Made by an apprentice of the extraordinary doctor, Dogen. Though it is strange that the gourd’s medicinal waters refill automatically, the seeds within may hold the secret to how it works. It can also be upgraded to multiple uses with Gourd Seeds.

This item is obtained after the cutscene upon entering the Moonview Tower. Speak to your master who will give you this item.

Illusive Hall Bell

This item is used to restart at the beginning of Hall of Illusions. A five-pronged bell made of aged bronze. Can be used repeatedly. When rung, Monkeys and Wolves alike are returned to their initial states. However, a monkey caught in the folding screen will not escape, whether the bell is rung or not.

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It can be found in Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Main Hall

Jinza’s Jizo Statue

This item is a Buddha effigy bound in a light pink cloth. It will restore a node of Resurrective Power. To enswathe a Jizo statue is to express feelings of parental love.

“Lord Sakuza… Please take this cloth and use it to bundle this little one, so that he may live on in peace.”

To get this item, you need to talk to Jinza, who can be found standing at the entrance of of the Ashina Reservior area. He can be found at the starting of the game. Speak to him again when you find him at the entrance of the Hidden Forest area after defeating Guardian Ape.

Now you need to speak with him for the third time just past the Ashina Depths Water Mill idol, where he will tell you about hearing a lady. The last time you talk to him will be after you defeat O’rin of the Water boss, and he will give you this item.

Kusabimaru

This is your primary weapon in the game. A katana given by Kuro, the Divine Heir. An heirloom of the Hirata family, a cadet branch descended from Ashina. Once thought lost, it has found its way back into the hands of Wolf. The name Kusabimaru beseeches, “A shinobi’s role is to kill, but even a shinobi must not forget mercy.” A mantra the blade itself may manifest.

It is obtained after the cutscne in the Moon-view Tower.

Kuro’s Charm

This item can be given to Kuro in the Moon-view Tower to give up your ability to resurrect during this playthrough.

Charm received from Kuro. Placed on the Wolf’s person in secret, after he lost his life in Hirata Estate and gained the power of Resurrection. The charm has protected the Wolf well, tempering his ordeals. To part with it would mean facing a path of hardship beyond endured thus far.

This item is given to you in the very start of the New Game+

Light Coin Purse

A purse filled with a small amount of sen. It can be used to acquire the sen inside. Has somewhat satisfying weight to it. The sen in this purse is not lost upon death. It contains 100 Sen

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Dilapidated Temple
  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Gate Path

Lump of Fat Wax

These lumps of fatty wax form inside the body under rare circumstances. Can be used for intermediate and higher Occultic upgrades for Prosthetic Tools. Considered omens of disease, they are known to grow larger as the illness worsens.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Temple Grounds
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest
  • Ashina Depths – Mibu Village
  • Ashina Depths – Water Mill
  • Ashina Dungoen – Underground Waterway

Lump of Grave Wax

A lump of fatty wax that has formed inside the body and turned pitch back. Used for occultic Prosthetic Tool upgrades of an advanced nature. A long-suffered illness will see the growth turn large and blacker still. It is customary to run water over the site of an extracted growth.

It can be found in Ashina Depths-Hidden Forest

Mottled Purple Gourd

A curved, mottled purple gourd filled with medicinal water. Refills upon rest. Reduces “Terror” status buildup, and increases Terror resistance. This gourd’s twisted form was formed with use in graveyards, corpse-strewn battlefields, and other forlorn places of death. It follows then that drinking its waters can help prevent the onset of Terror.

It can be found in Ashina Depths – Mibu Village

Monkey Booze

Alcohol created by dew pooled in a hollow tree. Fruits hidden by monkeys in tree hollows can sometimes ferment and turn into sake with a bit of luck. While it’s known for its brutally harsh flavor, some find this acquired taste irresistible.

It can be found in the following locations:

  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Shugendo
  • Sunken Valley – Riven Cave
  • Ashina Depths

Mortal Blade

This item is used with the Moratl Draw Combat Art. An odachi capable of slaying the undying. Its crimson blade will take the life of any who dares draw it. Without the power of Resurrection, one could not hope to wield this weapon, which allows one to defeat even infested beings. Long concealed within Senpou Temple, the blade is inscribed with its true name: “Gracious Gift of Tears.”.

It can be found in the Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Inner Sanctum

Mibu Pilgrimage Balloon

This item allows you to have the effect of all normal Mibu balloons at once for a short time.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Castle – Old Grave
  • Senpou Temple
  • Ashina Castle

Mibu Balloon of Soul

This item increases amount of Resurrective Power gained for a short period. A Mibu balloon filled with fountainhead water, imbued with a blessing for departed souls. If one pops this sakura-pink balloon and prays, those it’s water splashes upon will acquire more Resurrective Power for a time. The oldest of the Mibu balloons, Mibu priests are known to pop them as an offering of peace of the departed.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Hirata Estate – Bamboo Thicket Slope
  • Hirata Estate – Main Hall
  • Ashina Castle – Reservoir
  • Sunken Valley – Bodhisattva Valley
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest
  • Ashina Depths – Mibu Village
  • Dropped by Mibu Villagers in Mibu Village
  • Abandoned Dungeon – Underground Waterway

Mibu Possession Balloon

This item is used to increase the chance of enemies dropping items for a short period. A Mibu balloon filled with fountainhead water, imbued with a blessing of good fortune. If one pops the vibrant green Mibu balloon and prays, those its water splashes upon will have a higher chance of obtaining items. “Mibu” means “aquatic life”, or “life born of the water”. The Ashina consider the fountainhead water itself to be worthy of worship.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Hirata Estate – Dragonspring – Hirata Estate
  • Ashina Castle
  • Purchase from Memorial Mob in Abandoned Dungeon Entrance

Mibu Balloon of Spirit

This item increases

chances of obtaining Spirit Emblems from defeated enemies for a short period. A Mibu balloon filled with fountainhead water, imbued with a blessing of sympathy. If one pops this black and white balloon and prays, those its water splashes upon will have a higher chance of obtaining Spirit Emblems for a period of time. This balloon expresses mourning for the dearly departed. Red and white pinwheels are offered in found remembrance.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Castle – Ashina Reservoir
  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Antechamber
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Temple Grounds

Mibu Balloon of Wealth

This item is used to receive more coin from defeated enemies for a short time. A Mibu Balloon filled with fountainhead water, imbued with a blessing of wealth. If one pops the golden Mibu balloon and prays, those its water splashes upon will acquire more coins for a period of time. “Mibu” means “aquatic life” or “life born of the water”. The Ashina consider the fountainhead water itself to be worthy of worship.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Gate Path
  • Hirata Estate – Estate Path
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest

Ministry Dousing Powder

This item is a powedered medicine for treating burns, and is carried by Interior Ministry guards. It is slightly more effective than regular dousing powder, it heals “Burn” status, reduces Burn buildup, and reduces damage from incoming Burn Attacks. The Ministry feared Ashina, her eyes bloodshot with the waters of Rejuvenation. This powder acted as a ward for when the time came to turn flame to her walls.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Kuro’s Room
  • Dropped by Red Armored Interior Ministry Enemies
  • Ashina Castle – Ashina Reservoir
  • Ashina Castle – Old Grave

Ornamental Letter

This letter can be collected at the beginning of the game to show guidance. A letter thrown into a well. “Kuro’s Wolf, Your destiny awaits you at the moon-view tower. Escape from the well and find the tower bathed in moonlight. Even without a blade, you can reach it. Stay silent. Stay vigilant.”

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It can be found at the very start of the game, and is also the very first item you pick up.

Malcontent’s Ring

This item is useful when creating the Malcontent Finger Whistle Prosthetic Tool. An old ring well-suited for slender fingers. “Kingfisher” is engraved on the underside. Can be used to upgrade the Finger Whistle Prosthetic Tool. Wearing this ring as you blow the finger whistle will create a somber tune.

The weeping voice is full of solitude and beauty. Possibly somber enough to temporarily quell a voice of rage.

This item can be found in the Ashina Depths Hidden Forest by defeating the Shichimen Warrior.

Oil

This item is used to increase damage from fire attacks toe enemies that are hit with the thrown Oil jar. When the jar breaks, the oil covers everything nearby.

Enemies doused in oil are easily set alight, causing them to take additional Vitality damage from fire attacks and making them more vulnerable to the Burn status abnormality.

This item can be found when dropped by common human enemies.

Precious Bait

This is precious bait. The texture is slimy, and something resembling horns seem to jut out of it. Just the kind of bait the “master” loves. “Ring the bell, drop the bait.”

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Depths – Water Wheel
  • White doglike enemies drop this item in Fountainhead Palace
  • Fountainhead Palace – Great Sakura

Pellet

This item recovers health for a short period. Medicinal Pellets that slowly restore Vitality. A secret treatment passed down for generations in these lands, records say it has been used in battles since times long gone, and lent to the famed resilience of Ashina warriors. A pill case full of these pellets would also serve as a battle charm.

This item is found in the following locations:

  • Moon-view Tower
  • After defeating your first Heavy Enemy
  • After defeating enemy that requires two deathblows to defeat

Prosthetic Tools

All the Prosthetic Tools are done in our Prosthetic Tools Locations guide. Read more to find all the tools in the game.

Phantom Kunai

This item is used to make the Phantom Kunai Prosthetic Tool Upgrade. A kunai used by Lady Butterfly that can be used to upgrade the Loaded Shuriken.

A ringing sound is heard when the kunai is thrown, and phantom butterflies appear in the kunai’s trail.

Since childhood, Lady Butterfly had accumulated much experience Usui’s forest, far from civilization along Tozan Trail. His forest is filled with mist and mystifications, making it ideal for training in illusion techniques.

This item can be found in the Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway, and purchased from Anayama the Peddler

Prayer Bead

All Prayer Bead are done in out Prayer Bead Locations Guide. Read more to find all the beads in the game.

Persimmon

A red, ripe persimmon, ready to eat. For a time, allows one to recover posture even when attacking or taking damage. Ashina persimmons are particularly nutritious, perhaps because the trees grow in such pure water. Persimmons become blood, blood becomes rice. This may be of help to one short of blood.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Shugendo
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Temple Grounds

Pine Resin Ember

This is a piece of resin that contains a continuously smoldering flame. Can be used to upgrade the Flame Vent.

The resin was found in a black pine within the forests of Mibu Village. The ever-smoldering flames acted as a landmark to find one’s way to the village. In time the villagers came to loathe the flames, and the black pines were lost. Those who defended the flame were equally loathed.

It is used to create the Okinaga’s Flame Vent Prosthetic Tool upgrade.

Pacifying Agent

This item reduces Terror buildup and increases Terror resistance for a short period of time. Powdered medicine for calming nerves, used by those who deal in unspeakable deeds. Grave keepers, executioners, the Memorial Mob… all who keep death close keep this powder closer, adhering to a simple rule: If seized with fear, cover your rear.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Corpse Enemies drop this in Abandoned Dungeon Area
  • Purchase from Fujioka from Dilapidated Shrine
  • Ashina Castle – Great Serpent Shrine

Promissory Note

This note is an Ashina trade Promissory note that gives you a 5% discount on all items from merchants. Matabei Anayama’s last piece of product. Discounts the cost of items when purchasing from merchants. A sen saved is a sen earned. And long as one draws breath, business will continue.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Shugendo
  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway (Burning Ashina)

Red Lump

A round, red lump. Consume to gain red-eyes and reduce flinching from enemy attacks, but also prohibits the use of Resurrection. A red mass is the lingering trace of one who was unable to achieve their desires. Slightly warm to the touch. It pulsates softly.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Abandoned Dungeon – Underground Waterway
  • Ashina Depths – Water Mill

Recovery Charm

This item allows you to offer 1 Dragon’s Blood Droplet at the Sculptor’s idol to heal Dragonrot in all affected cahracters. A Dragonrot Recovery Charm created by Emma.

With this charm, one can offer a “Dragon’s Blood Droplet” at a Sculptor’s Idol to restore all afflicted with Dragonrot back to health.

The charm contains a Dragonrot victim’s blood, which Emma managed to purify and solidify into a bloodstone.

This item is given to you by Emma in Dilapidated Temple

Red Carp Eyes

A carp that lived in Mibu Village Pond. It has two red eyes. Carp with only eyes that are red cannot become “masters”. Though they’re considered incomplete creatures that lack the ideal number of scales, their eyes are said to be everlasting. The researcher Dojun in the Abandoned Dungeon in the Abandoned Dungeon wants these eyes to improve his “procedure”.

This item is found in Ashina Depths – Mibu Village

Red and White Pinwheel

This item is a quest related item that is a small pinwheel make of red and white paper. Found about halfway up Mount Kongo. The red and white pinwheels simply spin round and round. Everyone is right here.

It can be found near the Shugendo idol. From the Shugendo Idol head up the mountain taking out the rats in the mushroom hats and climb up the side of the cliff. At the top you will have a long building to your right and an open ledge to your left. Head to the left and this item will be at the end of the path on the floor.

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Scrap Magnetite

This item is used for upgrades. Magnetic ore mined in Ashina. Base material commonly used in Prosthetic Tool upgrades of intermediate and higher rank. Forging with magnetite produces a hard steel; a precious commodity in Ashina. Bedrock offering up this ore is constantly mined out, making it a rare one at that.

It can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Castle
  • Ashina Castle – Ashina Reservoir
  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Ashina Dojo
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo -Shugendo
  • Senpou Temple -Mt. Kongo – Temple Grounds
  • Sunken Valley
  • Sunken Valley – Gun Fort
  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Kuro’s Room
  • Sunken Valley – Riven Cave
  • Ashina Depths
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest
  • Sunken Valley – Bodhissatva
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Temple Grounds
  • Abandoned Dungeon – Bottomless Hole

Scrap Iron

Iron dregs mined in Ashina, Widely used for basic reinforcement, it can serve as a base material for Prosthetic Tool upgrades. Ashina is burdened with thick snow and infertile land, but the scrap iron dug from her soil is anything but crude.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Gate Path
  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Stairway
  • Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Castle Gate
  • Ashina Outskirts – Ashina Castle
  • Hirata Estate – Bamboo Thicket
  • Ashina Castle – Upper Tower – Antechamber
  • Ashina Castle – Ashina Reservoir
  • Abandoned Dungeon – Underground Waterway
  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo
  • Sunken Valley – Riven Cave
  • Ashina Castle – Ashina Reservoir
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest

Sabimaru Memo

This is a memo detailing the whereabouts of a kodachi short sword known as Sabimaru. The ancient kodachi Sabimaru can be found within Ashina Castle, enshrined in the bottom floor of the keep. Sabimaru was wielded in wars of old, and is a national treasure of Ashina. Supposedly the blade’s poisonous blue rust could drive off even the inhuman Okami warrior women.

This memo can be found in Ashina Outskirts – Dilpidated Temple.

Shinobi Prosthetic

This is a part of your arm that becomes an upgradeable weapon. it can be upgraded with various Prosthetic Tools;. It is received after your fight against the Genichiro Ashina in Ashina Reservoir where you lose the fight.

The artificial arm of a shinobi, passed down by the Sculptor. A replica of a human arm fitted with a variety of mechanisms, apparently designed with modification in mind. While it bears a number of cuts and is stained thick with blood and oil, it has been impeccably maintained.

Snap Seed

This item is used to break the effect of Illusion techniques created by enemies around you. Fumewort seeds that make a loud noise if you snap them. Useful for breaking the effect of illusion techniques.

If an illusion occurs, it is because someone created it.

To crush the phantoms and return to reality one must defeat the creator of the illusion. Snap Seeds can be of great help in that regard.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts – Underbridge Valley
  • Hirata Estate – Hirata Audience Chamber
  • Sunken Valley
  • Sunken Valley – Gun Fort
  • sunken Valley – Riven Cave
  • Sunken Valley – Bodhisattva Valley
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest
  • purchase from vendors after defeating True Corrupted Monk

Truly Precious Bait

This is truly precious bait. If bait has hair, you know its something truly special. The Hirata Noble in the pot is obsessed with thoughts of becoming a “master”. “He who receives the scales of the carp becomes closer to a carp himself… I bestow unto you my secret treasure”.

This item is found in Hirata Estate, given by the Pot Noble after you have been to the Fountainhead Palace area.

Three Story Pagoda Memo

This is a memo describing the Three-story Pagoda. It reads “It is said a precious treasure was once held within the Hirata Estate Pagoda: a three-fold tower stood upon a precipice along a slope lined with bamboo groves. Seems the treasure us related to Shinobi techniques. The truth of it escapes me, but they call it ‘blessed Mist’…”

This memo can be found in the Ashina Outskirts – Dilapidated Temple

Treasure Carp Scale

All Treasure Carp Scale are done in out Treasure Carp Scale Locations Guide. Read more to find all the scales in the game.

Unrefined Sake

This item can be given to either Emma, Isshin or Sculptor. Where they will provide you some backstory about the world or their past. A bottle of cloudy, unrefined sake.

Sake is a drink meant for sharing. This cloudy sake is one of Isshin Ashina’s favorites. It has a rich, full-bodied flavor. On the other hand, it has a reputation for getting one too drunk, too quickly.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Hirata Estate – Main Hall
  • Ashina Castle
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest

Ungo’s Spiritall

A bottle of cloudy, unrefined sake. Sake is a drink meant for sharing. This cloudy sake is one of Isshin Ashina’s favorites. It has a rich, full-bodied flavor. On the other hand, it has a reputation for getting one too drunk, too quickly.

This item can be obtain from Ashina Castle-Old Grave.

Ungo’s Sugar

Sugar candy made in Senpou Temple, sustaining Ungo’s blessing. Temporarily reduces Vitality damage taken from physical attacks. Bite the candy and take the Ungo stance to impart its inhuman benediction. By doing so, you endure the excess karma of man from the spirits within. Senpou monks spread this candy across Ashina in honor of her military heroes.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Ashina Outskirts
  • Hirata Estate – Estate Path

Valley Apparitions Memo

A note about apparitions in the Sunken Valley. The note reads “ Apparitions have been sighted in the Guardia Ape of the Sunken Valley’s old den. Angry Spirits, with many faces. The Guardian Ape’s old den can be found at the bottom of the Sunken Valley, not far from the Forest of Mist. Also, some reported they could hear the sound of a woman crying in the distance…”

This memo can be found in the Ashina Outskirts – Dilapidated Temple.

White Pinwheel

This is a small pinwheel made of white paper. Found below a cliff at Mount Kongo. Perhaps it was carried there by the wind. It is simply a single, pure white pinwheel.

It can be found in Senpou Temple, Mt. Kongo – Shugendo

Yellow Gunpowder

This item is mainly used for upgrades. Amber colored grains forming the base for powerful gunpowder. A precious commodity only found in the Sunken Valley. Used for explosive Prosthetic Tool upgrades of intermediate and higher rank. The yield from yellow powder is greater than that of black, lending the valley stronghold defenses their fiery vigor.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Senpou Temple – Mt. Kongo – Temple Grounds
  • Sunken Valley – Under-Shrine Valley
  • Sunken Valley
  • Sunken Valley Gun Fort
  • Ashina Depths
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest
  • Sunken Valley – Bodhisattva Valley
  • Ashina Depths – Mibu Village

Yashariku’s Sugar

Sugar candy made in Senpou Temple, sustaining Yashariku’s blessing. Halves max Vitality and Posture, while granting a large Attack Power boost.

This item can be found in the following locations:

  • Purchase from Blackhat Badger near Ashina Castle – Old Grave
  • Ashina Depths – Hidden Forest
  • Ashina Castle – Abandoned Dungeon
  • Sunken Valley – Riven Cave
  • Ashina Castle – Old Grave
  • Fountainhead Palace – Vermilion Bridge

Young Lord’s Bell Charm

A bell charm received from an old woman, who asked that it be offered to Buddha.

Bell charms protect their holders through Buddha’s divine protection. If one finds themselves an owner of another’s bell charm, offering it to Buddha on their behalf is common courtesy. The Sculptor at the Dilapidated Temple can advise on how it should be offered.

This item can be found in Ashina Outskirts – Outskirts Wall – Gate Path

For more Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice guides, check out the links below.

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  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Boss Battles Guide
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Beginner’s Guide
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Prosthetic Tool Upgrade Guide
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Prosthetic Tool Locations Guide
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Gourd Seed Locations Guide
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Prayer Bead Locations Guide
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Treasure Carp Scales Guide

This guide is a work in progress as more items will be added soon. Feel free to comment below.

FAQs

Where can I find items in Sekiro? ›

These can be found around the game world, and also drop from Enemies from time to time. You can also purchase them from Merchants with Sen.

Can you miss items in Sekiro? ›

A missable experience for players is a sidequest that involves feeding the carp, which will then lead to the player finding the corpse of the fish in the arena where they defeated the Guardian Ape.

How many people have completed Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice? ›

Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice. 30 percent have beaten this game. That's higher than other games that are easier.

Where can I find divine confetti? ›

Right before getting to the Underbridge Valley Sculptor's Idol, you'll be in a large area surrounded by enemies. Look for the big opened door and keep heading straight. You'll see a few statues gathered together around a glowing item. Pick it up and you'll obtain a Divine Confetti.

Is it worth buying coin purses Sekiro? ›

Coin Purses

Each of them actually costs more than the amount of sen they hold. For instance, it will set you back 550 sen to buy a Heavy Coin Purse. The investment is worthwhile. Death cuts your sen in half, and unless you're ridiculously good, you'll die a lot.

What should I spend my money on in Sekiro? ›

Our advice is simple: Spend your money on Spirit Emblems. This applies at any time, really, but it's particularly acute when you hear the sound of the sen that you might lose jingling in your pocket. Especially early on, don't donate your sen back to the game when you die.

Is Headless Sekiro optional? ›

The Headless are optional mini-bosses that are deceptively challenging to take out.

Does killing the snake in Sekiro get you anything? ›

After killing the snake, Sekiro players will get a couple of rewards. For one, they will earn the Fresh Serpent Viscera item. And secondly, they will also unlock of Sekiro's achievement/trophies for going through the trouble of killing the snake.

What is Sekiro's real name? ›

Sekiro, also known as Wolf, or Ookami, is the eponymous protagonist of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. He is a Shinobi serving the Divine Heir, Kuro.

What does Sekiro mean in Japanese? ›

“Sekiro” means one-armed wolf in Japanese. How did the idea of centering the game around a shinobi or a ninja with a prosthetic arm come about?

How old is Sekiro? ›

Where is the AXE in Sekiro? ›

Sekiro Loaded Axe Prosthetic Tool location

Location: Hirate Estate. Right before the Shinobi Hunter, and the two enemies that wield shields in the Hirata Estate, talk to an NPC in a narrow corridor on the floor. Here, they will tell you that you'll be able to find the Loaded Axe in a Shrine further back in the level.

Is Dragonrot a big deal? ›

Since players are more or less in control of when the world state changes, this means that Dragonrot is a hollow punishment that really has no major and lasting consequences. Dragonrot effects the lore more than anything else. Dragonrot is useless. Don't worry about it.

Should I give rice to the old lady Sekiro? ›

If you give her plain Rice in Senpou Temple, she will tell you to use the Puppeteer Ninjutsu on the Senpou Sect Assassin/"Rat" enemy near the start of the area in order to make him fly the kite near the start of the level. This will allow you to use the kite as a grappling point in order to cross the valley.

Is the Phantom Kunai worth it? ›

So no, its not worth hoarding the money, but it is worth looking at once you can make use of it and afford it with relative ease. Probably not worth gunning for, but if you're having a lot of trouble with a boss, using up all your emblems on phantom kunai is a way to drain a sizeable portion of a healthbar at range.

What should I give Kuro for best ending? ›

Retrieve the Divine Dragon's Tears. Fight your way out of Ashina Castle, then go meet Lord Kuro back where the whole game started. Defeat the final boss, then give Lord Kuro the Divine Dragon's Tears and Everblossom to end the game.

What is the best weapon in Sekiro? ›

The katana is the only primary weapon, and the progression of gameplay is done by improving one's Skills rather than finding other or better weapons. The main Katana is called Kusabimaru. This weapon cannot be upgraded, but can be enhanced with the Prosthetic Tools if certain skills are unlocked.

What does killing Headless give you? ›

The Headless are ghostly, time-manipulating, optional encounters. Defeating them will earn you Spiritfall Candy — an item that allows you to burn Spirit Emblems to gain the same effects as eating a sugar.

What happens if you dont sever immortality Headless Ape? ›

If you defeat the Headless Ape but don't trigger the final finishing blow to sever its immortality, the boss will not revive, and the immortality centipede will remain docile on the ground of the arena indefinitely until triggering the final finishing blow with the mortal blade.

Does Dragonrot affect the story? ›

It doesn't directly affect endings. It stops you from being able to do NPC side quests. Those quests give you items which can affect which ending you get, but as long as you have done them and got the items then it doesn't matter.

Who is the hardest boss in Sekiro? ›

1) Isshin Ashina

While this is a quicker ending, it is also considered the hardest, as you'll have to face two optional bosses in a single fight: Emma the Gentle Blade and Isshin Ashina.

Can you skip Genichiro? ›

You'll find Genichiro Ashina at the very top of Ashina Castle - head through the open window left of the Ashina Elite and grapple up to start the cutscene and reach him - and note that the cutscene is skippable if you find yourself repeating it a few times (which you probably will).

How do you avoid giant snake Sekiro? ›

As the eye of the snake draws closer, you'll eventually get the Deathblow (red dot) prompt on the eye. Now press the right bumper to stab your sword straight into the eye of the giant snake. The snake will now writhe around in agony, and you're free to run. Turn away from the snake, and run.

Are there 2 snakes in Sekiro? ›

Two enormous snakes, encountered in different areas of the game. The first one is come across in the Underbridge Valley where Wolf can stab it in the eye by entering the palanquin. It is later encountered in the Sunken Valley where it destroys the bridge to the Gun Fort.

Are there 2 Great Serpent in Sekiro? ›

You encounter two Great Serpents in multiple areas of the game and must progress through each encounter without dying in order to discover how to eventually kill the Serpent which first ambushes you. (The second Serpent, found near the Toxic Memorial Mob at the bottom of the Sunken Valley, is not killable).

Who is the true villain of Sekiro? ›

Genichiro Ashina is the main reoccurring antagonist and boss of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

How tall is Sekiro? ›

Figma Sekiro stands at approximately 6 feet tall.

Who is Sekiro's Lord? ›

Lord Kuro, The Divine Heir, is one of the central characters in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The young lord is heir to a mystical bloodline, often referred to as Dragons Blood, which is rumored to be able to be bestowed upon those chosen by those of the bloodline.

Is Kuro black? ›

In Japanese, the word for black is Kuro.

Is Kuro a girl? ›

Kuro is a female black cat and pet to Kanako Urashima.

What religion is in Sekiro? ›

Sekiro's explicit connection to religion is not hard to see, given that a major group of enemies are Buddhist monks and that the game is covered in Buddhist art and iconography. Both Sekiro and Fallen Order draw from the historical relationship between Samurai warrior culture and Buddhism.

Is Wolf immortal in Sekiro? ›

Immortality: With the Divine Heir's blood running through his veins, Wolf remains ageless able to live a long extended lifespan.

Can Sekiro swim? ›

Once you've beaten the Corrupted Monk, you'll gain the Mibu Breathing Technique automatically, and will now be able to dive and swim underwater in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. As this is a Latent skill, you won't need to equip it. Jump in some deep water and you'll automatically be able to dive.

Is Sekiro based on a true story? ›

Unlike Dark Souls, Sekiro is largely modeled after the real world and a specific time in history.

Who is the corrupted monk? ›

Corrupted Monk is the nest major boss in Sekiro, found in the game's Ashina Depths area, following on from O'rin of the Water in our walkthrough of the game's bosses and mini-bosses, and shortly after her in the game itself, too. You'll find the Corrupted Monk in a clearing shortly after the one where you fought O'rin.

Can you Stealth a Headless? ›

Headless are one of the few enemies in the game that you cannot use Stealth Deathblow on.

Do snap seeds work on Headless? ›

Just hitting Headless a few times breaks its effect. Or you can just use a snap seed. But the slow effect will return quicklly if you are not hitting that enemy. But Headless are so slow themselves, it does not really matter.

Where is the first Headless? ›

Headless (首無し) are the ruined form of corrupted heroes who once fought for their country. A fog slowing movement and preventing dashing encircles them. The first one is found in Ashina Outskirts after a warning sign posted on a temple near where General Tenzen Yamauchi is fought, through the gates to the right.

How many headless are there in Sekiro? ›

All in all, there are four total Headless enemies to be found and slain throughout Sekiro. Further down this page, we'll be giving you all the tactics and tips you need to defeat all four Headless.

How many persimmons does the divine child need? ›

Players only need to give one Persimmon to the Divine Child to complete the quest; the reward being more Rice, though this you will then need to give to the character Kuro, who will in turn use the Rice to make a Sticky Rice Ball.

Is Divine Confetti necessary? ›

Sekiro Divine Confetti is an essential item when facing off against apparitions and any ghost-like enemies, as without it you won't be able to and a single blow with your sword.

Where is the best place to farm in Sekiro? ›

Senpou Temple - Main Hall

This is the most efficient way to farm because the Sculptor's Idol is located right inside the Main Hall and the enemy you have to kill is outside the door. Walk out the front door and immediately run up to the confused enemy on the right.

How do you get items in offering box Sekiro? ›

In-Game Description

Items that become unavailable elsewhere end up in the Offering Box. When the box is illuminated, it means an item has found it's way inside. Items can be obtained by inspecting the box and offering money.

Where can I buy healing items in Sekiro? ›

You can upgrade your Healing Gourd by visiting Lady Emma at the Dilapidated Temple and exchanging Gourd Seeds in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Gourd Seeds can be acquired through Memorial Mob vendors, or earned organically by defeating bosses and enemies.

Where is the best place to farm money is Sekiro? ›

Ashina Castle and Ashina Reservoir are both great for this. They are both full of enemies that, if you focus, shouldn't give you too much trouble.

What is the hardest boss in Sekiro? ›

1) Isshin Ashina

While this is a quicker ending, it is also considered the hardest, as you'll have to face two optional bosses in a single fight: Emma the Gentle Blade and Isshin Ashina.

How do you get unlimited rice in Sekiro? ›

You can get this from either the monk next to the Main Hall Idol in Senpou Temple, or if you've already beaten Genichiro Ashina atop Ashina Castle, you can find it in a pool of water near the Temple Ground Idol. Go to the Divine Child, who you'll meet after you beat the Folding Screen Monkeys, and she'll give you rice.

What happens if you ring the bell in Sekiro? ›

Demon Bell in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice can be rung by the player to increase the difficulty of the game. However, you will be rewarded with better item drops. The effect of the bell can be removed using the Bell Demon item, which you will automatically receive once you have rung the bell.

Is Sekiro easy? ›

Sekiro is an unbelievably difficult game. You don't need us to tell you that. It was instantly criticized upon release for being too difficult, and some people infamously called for an "easy mode" to make the game more palatable and welcoming.

What is the trick to Sekiro? ›

If you need tips on any areas of Sekiro, then we've got them right here for you.
  1. Sekiro is a Stealth-First Game.
  2. Wolf's Hit Box is Larger Than You Think.
  3. Don't Mistake the Jump Button for Dodging.
  4. Parrying is Key to Survival.
  5. Don't Forget About Your Stamina.
  6. There's Actually a Pause Button!
  7. Remember to Scavenge Money.
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What is the max Healing Gourd? ›

There are a total of nine Gourd Seeds to find over the course of the game (bringing your Healing Gourd uses up to 10). The first few are rewards for defeating bosses, but the rest take a little more work (and are easy to miss if you're not careful).

Is the withered red gourd worth it? ›

there's enough scales for everything, given enough exploration. the red gourd is only really worth it for one fight that's nowhere near where you can buy it.

Should I give Sakura droplet to Kuro? ›

Where do I use the Sakura Droplet? After you defeat Genichiro Ashina, give the Sakura Droplet to Kuro the Divine Heir at the top of Ashina Castle, and you'll receive an addition Resurrective Power node.

What are the easiest bosses in Sekiro? ›

Every Sekiro Boss Ranked From Easiest To Most Difficult
  • 17/29 The Three Lone Shadows.
  • 16/29 The Divine Dragon.
  • 15/29 Lady Butterfly.
  • 14/29 The Two Remaining Seven Ashina Spears.
  • 13/29 The Corrupted Monk Illusion.
  • 12/29 All Headless Variants.
  • 11/29 Emma, the Gentle Blade, Shura Ending.
  • 10/29 O-Rin Of The Water.
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