Master of Senpou Temple
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Master of Senpou Temple Information
Master of Senpou Temple information or lore description goes here.
- Location: Master of Senpou Temple Can be found in the cave near the Main Hall Sculptor's Idol, after the hidden crawlspace partially filled with water.
- Progression: Master of Senpou Temple moves to the ?? after ??
- Combat: Does not take damage Master of Senpou Temple.
- Rewards: Finishing a quest grants X, killing them grants Y
- Questline Information and Progression
- Related NPCs
- Endings impact
- Initial dialogue when meeting him before killing Genichiro:
- Children of the Rejuvenating Waters... Forgive me...
- That child... She's the only one left...
- She must be lonely in that room by herself... Trapped in that room by herself...
- Hm you there, who are you?
- What business do you have with the Senpou Temple?
- Dialogue once spoken to afterwards:
- Is there... Something else?
- This temple... It's no longer a place where decent people should be.
- That smell...
- So you're the one who works for the Divine Heir of the Dragon's Blood.
- Wolf/Sekiro: That's right.
- The Divine Heir is truly exalted....
- But exalted or not... man is still man...
- Ohhh... I'm so foolish... I didn't understand that myself...
- Don't... Don't leave your Divine Heir on his own.
- Leave... It's too late to regret once you've already lost them...
- The monks of Senpou Temple practice what is called "Sokushinbutsu ": self-starvation to the point of mummification. The practice was introduced by Kukai, the founder of Shingon Buddhism in Japan. The design of the Master appears heavily influenced by Daisoujou - the demonic manifestation of Kukai seen in Shin Megami Tensei. A monk practicing sokushinbutsu had a bell with him and every day, someone would listen for the bell to make sure the monk was still alive. When the bell no longer rang, the tube that supplied his tomb with air was removed and the tomb was completely sealed. A thousand days later, the body would be exhumed. If it was preserved, it was revered as a god.
Notes & Tips
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