Double Divine Abduction


A large fan that creates a vortex of wind. Costs Spirit Emblems to use. 

Gathers and releases a gust of wind, forcing enemies caught by the blast to turn around. Can be waved twice in succession. It is a mild sort of being spirited away that can be returned from quite quickly.

However, it's said that one can only return from being spirited away once, and if taken again, there is no coming back.

Spirit Emblem Cost 3

Double Divine Abduction is a Prosthetic Tool in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, equipped via the Prosthetic Arm and which can be used alongside the primary weapon, the Kusabimaru, in the other, biological, hand.

These Tools, varying from the Loaded Shuriken to the Shinobi Firecracker, are equipped via the Prosthetic Arm and can be swapped out on the fly, allowing for creative and innovative solutions to the many exploratory challenges the player may face. 


How to use Double Divine Abduction

  • RT: Gathers wind (shown as a whirlwind of leaves circling Sekiro)
  • Pressing RT again releases the wind around the enemy causing them to face the opposite direction.
    • Can be used twice
    • Enemies become vulnerable to a deathblow.
      • Deathblow will not work on certain tough enemies.




Where to find Double Divine Abduction in Sekiro


Double Divine Abduction Notes & Tips

  • Being hit during Gathering Vortex will remove it and you will be unable to use its follow-up Divine Abduction.
  • Has a very limited duration with a slow charge-up, not recommended against multiple enemies.
  • This upgrade requires 400 Sen, 3x Scrap Iron, and 2x Black Gunpowder


Double Divine Abduction Story & Lore

  • The Divine Abduction tool discloses much about the abduction of the Children of Rejuvenation by the Senpou Monks. The children were lured to the mountain under the guise of performing "virtuous deeds". In fact, they were being enrolled in a large scale experiment involving The Rejuvenating Waters.  Of all the children, only one survived these horrid experiments. The Japanese arelia, known in Japan as yatsude (八つ手), which means "eight fingers", is related to the parasitic Hedera family, and known for its pale white variant 'Spider's Web' J. Arelia Spider's Web. The white markings of this plant rarely occur in nature and are indicative of a sick and damaged plant. Senpou Temple is heavily autumn themed Senpou Temple, Mt. Kongo and the fan was dyed red in accordance with that. It is unclear if the color, and the theme of falling leaves, represent the lives lost at Senpou Temple Executed People or the fall of its monks into degeneracy. The ability of this weapon to "turn around" enemies may refer to the people of Ashina turning away in disgust of the horrible abductions, or rather to them turning away in shame.



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    • Anonymous

      The spirit emblem cost of this version and the previous version of this tool should be increased from 3 to 4 matching the Golden Vortex. The added benefit of extra sen and item drops from the Golden Vortex provides no combat advantage and the ability of the tool to turn around most enemies to kill them instantly is something that should be costly and hard to pull off making it a high risk high reward tool.

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