Top 5 Best Sekiro Prosthetic Upgrades And How To Get Them (2023)

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“Death.” You’ll be seeing this screen a lot.

Let’s face it - Sekiro:Shadows Die Twice is hard. Very hard. For me, and for many of my fellow gamers, shadows actually die a lot. In over a hundred hours of play, I couldn’t even count how many times I’ve died. So, if you’re struggling, how do you move on to master the combat and finally beat the game, including all of the tough-as-nails optional bosses?

One word: prosthetics. Don’t underestimate them! They can completely change your play-through for the better if you know what to get, where to find it, and how to use it. So here’s aguide on just that, listing the top prosthetics from least to most helpful.

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Sekiro’s prosthetic arm. Pretty cool, right?

#5: The Loaded Shuriken

This is a weapon that shoots ninja stars (shuriken) at enemies. It has the power to defeat some smaller animals in one hit, such as dogs, geckos, and regular monkeys. It can also interrupt enemy attacks.

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Whoosh! Ninja stars mid-flight.

In-Game Text Description:“A Shuriken Wheel Prosthetic Tool, fitted to the Shinobi Prosthetic. Costs Spirit Emblems to use.Pull a shuriken loaded into the wheel and launch it at a target in a single, flowing motion.The swiftly thrown shuriken damages enemy Vitality and Posture, particularly against those with a tendency to take to the air.”

What Makes It Awesome:While it’s one of the first prosthetics that you get, don’t let that fool you. It’s one of the most useful in the entire game, by far! The standard shuriken can be used for anything from interrupting a powerful enemy’s attacks (I’m looking at you, Lady Butterfly) so that you can stay on the offensive, to chipping away at a regular baddie’s health from a distance.

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Oh, Lady Butterfly! Why are you such a pain?

(Video) SEKIRO: SHADOWS DIE TWICE – 5 Best Prosthetic Tool Upgrades and Tips for Each (Save up for these!)

The shuriken also has some really kick-butt upgrades: the gouging top and the phantom kunai. The gouging top lets you hold down the Right Trigger (RT) to charge a more powerful version of the attack that does more damage to an enemy’s health, fills up more of their posture bar (which is crucial), and has a better chance of interrupting their attacks. It’s effective even when an enemy blocks. The phantom kunai, which you get late in the game, eventually becomes really helpful, and it’s a great tool to use when you embark on New Game +. It’s a much deadlier weapon than the other kinds of shuriken, and you can use it to pick off enemies from afar..

How To Get The Loaded Shuriken: To unlock and use the Loaded Shuriken prosthetic tool, you need to find the Shuriken Wheel. Fextralife explains that you can loot the Shuriken Wheel off of a corpse in the Ashina Outskirts, near the Sculptor’s Idol labelled ‘Outskirts Wall - Gate Path.’ Here’s a YouTube guide.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

How To Get The Gouging Top: To get the Gouging Top upgrade for your shuriken, you need to already have the Loaded Spear Thrust Type prosthetic upgrade. To find the Loaded Spear Thrust Type, use this guide.

Once you have that, you will need to find three pieces of scrap magnetite, a crafting item that can be dropped by enemies, and 600 sen, which is in-game money that you can also get from enemies.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

How To Get The Phantom Kunai: You probably won’t be able to get this upgrade until later in the game, because it needs a crafting material called phantom kunai, which can only be found in two places. One place where you can get it is in the Ashina Outskirts. It’s sold by Anayama the Peddler, and it’s expensive, costing 3000 sen. The second place where it can be found is in the Offering Box at the Dilapidated Temple - but it’s only available there after killing the Divine Dragon, and it costs 4500 sen. The other materials needed for this upgrade are 3 lumps of fat wax, 6 pieces of scrap iron, 3 pieces of scrap magnetite, and 1000 sen. Here’s the video guide.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

#4:The Flame Vent

The in-game description and the Fextralife wiki confirm that the flame vent is a prosthetic tool that blasts enemies with fire, dealing damage, inflicting the burn status, and inspiring fear in certain enemies.

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I didn’t know shinobi had flamethrowers…

In-Game Text Description: “A Prosthetic tool made from a loaded Flame Barrel. Costs Spirit Emblems to use. Deals fire damage to enemies via a short-range blast of fire while also inflicting Burn status. It is difficult to control the rage of those with “Red Eyes” through the power of man alone. They do, however, fear the flame above all else. This tool has the power to make them tremble.”

What Makes It Awesome:

This is another early-game prosthetic, but it can make a world of difference, especially when you come to your first mini-boss: the chained ogre. That guy killed me easily in my first few attempts, but then I took a break from him, found this prosthetic, and came back. Much easier! He hates fire, so using this or the shinobi firecracker is a no-brainer. The flame vent does fire damage to the ogre, but it also scares him, so he stops attacking for a moment, and you can get in a few hits before he recovers. Use it a few times, and it should make your experience a lot better.

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(Video) Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice - Prosthetic Tools Guide

The flame vent works wonders in all kinds of situations, whether you’re fighting a huge boss one-on-one or just tackling a group of ordinary scrubs. Keep it available as an option whenever you’re struggling. It has a slightly longer attack animation than some other prosthetic tools,though, so make sure that you have a safe time window to use it.

How To Get The Flame Vent: For this upgrade, you need to grab the Flame Barrel. That can be found inside a campfire surrounded by enemies, near the ‘Estate Path’ Sculptor’s Idol in Hirata Estates. This video guide should help.

More information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

#3: The Shinobi Firecracker

This handy tool scatters bright and loud firecrackers that can be used to stun enemies, leaving them open to your attacks.

In-Game Text Description:“A Prosthetic Tool fitted with Robert’s firecrackers. Costs Spirit Emblems. Unleashes an explosive flash that briefly blinds foes and inflicts Posture damage on beast-type enemies. Has a wide, frontward field of effect that can impact multiple foes at once.Suitable for temporarily immobilizing enemies and particularly good for scaring beasts.

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Take that!

What Makes It Awesome:

Like the flame vent, this prosthetic can come in handy against several bosses and mini-bosses. While you can use it effectively against the ogre, I’d recommend saving it for other battles. It’s really helpful against the Raging Bull, Gyoubu Oniwa, the Guardian Ape, and many other enemies later in the game.

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Yeah, this guy is hard. The firecracker really helps!

Basically, it’s different from the flame vent because while it doesn’t do much damage, it’s faster and more effective at interrupting enemies and letting you get in some free hits. It works against just about all enemies in the game, so it’s a great go-to.

It’s especially good against animals. The Raging Bull, Gyoubu Oniwa’s horse, and the Guardian Ape are very vulnerable to being stunned by it, so you can use it several times during those battles to gain an advantage.

How To Get The Shinobi Firecracker: To unlock this prosthetic tool, you’ll need to buy Robert’s Firecrackers from the Memorial Mob merchant at the Battlefield in Ashina Outskirts, or the Crow’s Memorial Mob merchant in the Ashina Outskirts. This video should help.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

#2: The Loaded Axe

It’s an axe that springs out from your prosthetic arm! Neat, huh? It’s useful when you go up against shielded baddies, or enemies with lots of posture to break through.

(Video) Sekiro Prosthetic Tool Ranking: Best Sekiro Prosthetics, ranked by effectiveness

In-Game Text Description:“A Prosthetic Tool loaded with a heavy Shinobi Axe. Costs Spirit Emblems to use.The strength of the Loaded Axe lies in its heft.One strike can easily turn a wooden shield into splinters or shred an enemy’s posture.”

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The Corrupted Monk boss battle - focus on his posture meter.

What Makes It Awesome:An axe seems pretty straight-forward, right? This weapon is deceptively versatile, though.

Since you get the axe very early on, it’s a great weapon to use throughout the game, and it can help you out of tricky situations. Use it to fill up the posture meter on an enemy, so that you can break that posture entirely and kill the enemy quickly.

You should also use the axe against certain enemies that have breakable shields, like the Senpou Temple assassins. These little guys may look pretty easy to deal with at first, but they can be surprisingly challenging with those shields. The Senpou assassins themselves are squishy and don’t take a lot of hits to kill, so use the axe to break their shield and go to town on them. That’s faster than circling around and waiting for them to drop their guard!

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He’s tougher than he looks. Trust me.

How To Get The Loaded Axe: This tool is unlocked after you find the Shinobi Axe of the Monkey and give it to the Sculptor. The Shinobi Axe of the Monkey can be found at the Hirata Estates, inside of a small house in the gardens. This guide shows the location.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

#1: The Loaded Umbrella

This is a tool that folds out from your prosthetic arm to protect you against attacks. So, basically, a shield. Good to have!

In-Game Text Description:“A Prosthetic Tool created by fitting an indestructible iron-ribbed umbrella to the arm. Costs Spirit Emblems to use.When spread open, it will protect against attacks from all directions. Hold it out while moving to protect from light attacks.But this is an umbrella after all. It won’t protect you from low attacks such as sweep attacks.”

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This came in handy!

What Makes It Awesome:Use the Loaded Umbrella to block attacks that would otherwise be unblockable. It’s great against the annoying sharp-shooting fellows in the Sunken Valley Gun Fort, including the mini-bosses there. Also, you can use the Loaded Umbrella to parry attacks if you time it correctly! The time window for a true parry is longer and more forgiving with the Loaded Umbrella than with just your sword, so it’s worth it!

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(Video) All Prosthetic Tools Ranked! // Sekiro Guide

You’re gonna want the umbrella for this guy - Snake Eyes Shirahagi.

The upgrades for this tool are extremely valuable, especially later on in the game. If you’re going for all of the optional bosses, then you really should look into the Phoenix's Lilac Umbrella upgrade. It’s super useful against apparition mini-bosses, like The Headless and The Shichimen Warrior. Instead of needing two to four Divine Confetti buffs per battle against these foes, just use the Lilac Umbrella to block and absorb their attacks, and then send that energy right back at ‘em when you close the umbrella! It may make the battle a bit longer, but it means that you don’t need to waste limited and precious resources like Divine Confetti.

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The Shichimen warrior is much easier like this!

The other excellent upgrade for the umbrella is the Suzaku Lotus Umbrella. It protects you from fire damage, which is a huge help against the Demon of Hatred at the end of the game. That guy uses a lot of fire attacks, and they do a ton of damage if you get caught in them. Block some of his biggest area-of-effect fire attacks with this tool, and then you can redirect all that nastiness back at the demon when you close your umbrella - give it a taste of its own medicine!

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You need to use all of your best tools against this guy. Don’t hold out!

How To Get The Loaded Umbrella: To make the Loaded Umbrella, buy the Iron Fortress from Blackhat Badger. He hangs out inside of a building with a hole in its roof at Ashina Castle, near the ‘Old Grave’ Sculptor’s Idol. Fextralife shows players how to get it here.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

How To Get The Phoenix’s Lilac Umbrella: Speak with the Sculptor in the Dilapidated Temple to get this upgrade. The upgrade requires 1,000 sen, 6 pieces of scrap iron, 4 lumps of fat wax, and 4 pieces of scrap magnetite.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

How To Get Suzaku’s Lotus Umbrella: Talk with the Sculptor, and give him these required materials: 1,500 sen, 2 pieces of adamantite scrap, 2 pieces of fulminated mercury, 6 pieces of scrap magnetite, and 6 pieces of yellow gunpowder.

Find more information at the Fextralife Sekiro wiki here.

Now you’re ready to go toe-to-toe with all of the challenges that FromSoftware and Activision can throw at you. Get out there and win!

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Sweet, sweet victory!

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What's the best prosthetic in Sekiro? ›

These are the Sekiro prosthetics ranked from least to most useful.
  • 8/10 Mist Raven.
  • 7/10 Loaded Axe.
  • 6/10 Loaded Shuriken.
  • 5/10 Loaded Spear.
  • 4/10 Loaded Umbrella.
  • 3/10 Divine Abduction.
  • 2/10 Flame Vent.
  • 1/10 Shinobi Firecracker.
14 Jan 2020

Can you upgrade all prosthetics Sekiro in one playthrough? ›

Note that it is impossible to fully upgrade all tools during a single playthrough as this requires 10 Lapis Lazuli, but only 6 can be acquired per playthrough (and require the player not end the game early by getting the "bad" ending).

What is the max HP in Sekiro? ›

The player's base health is 320. With all 10 Prayer Necklaces, the player's health caps at 1120.

What is the max unseen aid in Sekiro? ›

The base percentage chance of receiving Unseen Aid is 30% and cannot be increased.

Are there 2 giant snakes 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).

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 6 Lapis Lazuli Sekiro? ›

There are a total of 6 per game cycle.
  1. You will need 10 to upgrade every Prosthetic Tool. Players will have to make a second, new game plus cycle to get the remaining Lapis Lazuli.
  2. You only need to kill the Demon of Hatred once to have the necessary amount of items to max out all tools.
23 Jun 2022

Is New Game Plus harder in Sekiro? ›

Difficulty increases up to NG+ 7. Enemies have increased Vitality and Posture and also deal significantly more Vitality and Posture damage for each NG+ cycle. Sen and Skill Experience gains are increased for each NG+ cycle.

What is Sekiro's sword called? ›

The Kusabimaru is your sword and Key Item in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Unlike other From Software games, you cannot choose between multiple weapon loadouts in Sekrio. The Wolf is a Shinobi, and he uses his trusty katana blade known as Kusabimaru.

Will there be a Sekiro 2? ›

While FromSoftware has confirmed that its next game is closer to completion than fans may realize, there's no guarantee it'll be Sekiro 2, even if Activision's marketing tactics point towards just that.

Can you get the black Mortal Blade? ›

Black Mortal Blade is an unobtainable item in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and the twin blade to the Red Mortal Blade wielded by Sekiro. Isshin wielded this sword during the rebellion and twenty years later, his grandson obtained the blade in order to save Ashina from the Interior Ministry.

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.

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.

What happens if you get too much Dragonrot Sekiro? ›

The more you resurrect, the greater you chances of receiving Rot Essence are. So if you resurrect on the battlefield a lot, you'll get Rot Essence faster.

Does Dragonrot affect ending? ›

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.

What happens if your unseen aid reaches 0? ›

What happens if it gets to 0%? no protection against experience and money loss after real death.

What is the easiest boss battle? ›

Ranking From Software's Top 10 Easiest Boss Fights | Column from the Editor
  • Old Hero (Demon's Souls)
  • Curse Rotted Greatwood (Dark Souls 3)
  • Crystal Sage (Dark Souls 3)
  • Leechmonger (Demon's Souls)
  • Royal Rat Vanguard (Dark Souls 2)
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Is Radahn the easiest boss? ›

3/10 Starscourge Radahn

Hard. Instantly becoming one of the most effortless encounters in the game. He can still pose a threat if you meet him early enough, but that's almost every boss in this game, which is why we can confidently say that he's amongst the easiest bosses in Elden Ring.

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.

Do you fight big snake Sekiro? ›

To get the Dried Serpent Viscera, you need to make your way to the left and use the Puppeteer Ninjutsu on the monkey, which will make it distract the snake. This gives you a window to grapple up and reach the shrine, where you'll find the Dried Serpent Viscera. Again, don't try and kill this Great Serpent -- you can't.

What are the two pink circles in Sekiro? ›

Two pink circles at the bottom left of your screen show Resurrection's availability. As long as at least one circle is full (one refills like a pie chart), you can resurrect. There's a cooldown after you resurrect, so you'll have to wait a few minutes or kill some enemies before you can do it again.

Which ending is the easiest Sekiro? ›

Sekiro's Shura ending is considered the bad ending. It ultimately ends with Sekiro being possessed by a demonic force and letting Kuro die. It's also the easiest one to get, here's what you have to do.

What is isshin weak to? ›

Lightning attacks. If Isshin jumps back into the air and you see the Perilous symbol above your head along with lightning coming to his blade, jump straight up. After getting hit by the attack mid-air, send the lightning back at him using your attack button to stun him and do heavy vitality and posture damage.

Is Wolf's name Sekiro? ›

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. Bound by honour, he is composed and reticent, but also has the ruthlessness to complete his mission by any means necessary.

Is Lazulite a rare mineral? ›

Lazulite is a rare and beautiful phosphorous-based mineral. Its monetary value is based on its beauty and scarcity. As a cut stone it is relatively soft and can be scratched with a knife. Well-formed crystals of the gemstone occur in only a few places in the world.

Is Lazulite the same as lapis lazuli? ›

Lazulite (from German Lazurstein, “blue stone”) may be distinguished from lapis lazuli by the presence of cleavage planes. Although lazulite is most often opaque or subtranslucent, transparent granular material has been cut en cabochon (with rounded, convex, polished surface) for gems.

Can lapis lazuli be farmed Sekiro? ›

You cannot farm them, because they cannot drop randomly. There is a rumor that the soldiers in fountainhead have a chance to drop them, but its debunked.

What is the best Lazulite weapon Sekiro? ›

lazulite does not inflict burn status, it's written there, so use okinagas flame instead, otherwise all the lazulite are good. There is no real 'best', its 'whatever you feel you need'.

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.

How long does it take to 100% Sekiro? ›

It takes about 30 hours to beat Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, but that doesn't mean the game is completely over. Players who want to finish the game to 100% completion can expect to take an average of about another 40 hours on top of the 30 required to beat the game, for a total of 70 hours in-game.

How many endings does Sekiro? ›

That's even more true considering that Sekiro has not one, not two, but four different endings, each explaining different aspects of the game's lore.

Is Sekiro or Dark Souls better? ›

When all of this is paired with the game's multiplayer features, it becomes clear that the replayability of the original Dark Souls triumphs over anything Sekiro can provide. There's a reason fans of the Souls series still play this game nearly a decade since its release.

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.

Does Sekiro have a moonlight sword? ›

Sekiro is the only Soulsborne game that does not feature a functioning version of the Moonlight Greatsword.

What is Genji's katana called? ›

The Dragonblade is also known as 竜一文字, Genji's personal weapon, which no one else has ever been allowed to examine or repair.

Is there a Sekiro DLC? ›

Sekiro received its DLC in October 2020, and Elden Ring was released at the end of February 2022.

Is Nioh or Sekiro better? ›

Nioh 2 offers 11 different weapon types while Sekiro offers only one(a katana), so if you want a lot of options then Nioh 2 is a better choice for you. Both games offer a variety of enemies and bosses for the players to fight although Nioh 2 has more bosses.

Is Ghost of Tsushima better than Sekiro? ›

Ghost of Tsushima is the better fit for most people looking for a fun samurai game and a way to relax after work. It's not wholly original, but it's polished and fun. I still prefer Sekiro for its thrill and unique design. If you want a challenging game that pushes sword fighting to the extreme, Sekiro is better.

What is the black blade called? ›

The Blackblade (or Black Blade) is a mystical soul-drinking weapon created by the blacksmith Dakkon after the planeswalker Geyadrone Dihada promised him the power of a god. It is also known as the Soul-Drinker.

Is there a summon for the black blade? ›

Summoning in an ally for Maliketh the Black Blade is pretty much compulsory. The Mimic Tear Ash Summon works a treat here, if you've upgraded it a few times using materials located back at the Roundtable Hold.

What is the strongest black blade? ›

15) and Episode 24, Yoru, the Strongest Black Blade.

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 is the biggest boss in Sekiro? ›

Isshin - Sword Saint

This battle represents the final boss of Sekiro's main campaign and the game's most difficult swordfight. This owes not only to Isshin's capacity for one-hit kills but also to his vast roster of attacks, each with a unique pattern of counters and ripostes.

Is Sekiro 2 coming out? ›

A Sekiro sequel is not yet confirmed, but this strange marketing move matches up with previous teasing about a new title. Activision would have no reason to sponsor content creators to promote a three-year-old game if there wasn't something in the works behind it.

What should I spend my money on 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.

What is the sharpest sword in one piece? ›

​​​​​Shodai Kitetsu is the strongest known Kitetsu sword, supposedly crafted by the very first generation of Kitetsu swordsmiths. It was the first and the best of its kind; the Kitetsu swords crafted after Shodai Kitetsu were not of the same grade.

Which boss soul is hardest? ›

Depending on which boss is slain first, the survivor will absorb his partner, giving him more damage with lightning or increased range. Dragon Slayer Ornstein and Executioner Smough are the hardest bosses in Souls-likes history, and it's not even close.

Is Guardian Ape the hardest boss? ›

The Guardian Ape is one of Sekiro's toughest bosses, with some quick and unpredictable attacks, heavy hits that do major posture damage, and not one but two, rather different phases. In the first phase, the Guardian Ape is a 'beast', meaning the Firecracker Prosthetic will work well if you're a fan of using it.


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