Okami Warrior (Bow)

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Location Fountainhead Palace
XP NG: 513
NG+: ??
Sen NG: 86
NG+: ??
Drops Scrap Magnetite
Scrap Adamantite
Eel Liver
Pellet
Mibu Balloon of Soul
Weakness Any Variation of Sabimaru

Okami Warrior (Bow)(淤加美の武者-弓, Okami Warrior -Bow) is an enemy in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

 

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Okami Warrior (Bow) Notes & Tips

  • This variation of the Okami warriors is incredibly weaker than her fellow counterparts.
  • Their first attack will usually have them shooting an arrow, and the timing can be odd due to how they can briefly float in the air for much longer than you might think

 

 

Okami Warrior (Bow) Story & Lore 

  • They are called 淤加美 (okami) in Japanese, derived from one of the ancient spellings of Kuraokami, a dragon deity of rain and snow from Japanese mythology, born from the blood of the slain god Kagutsuchi. More modern spellings are a bit more obvious as to what the names supposed to mean: 龗 (okami) means "water dragon" and 闇龗 (kuraokami) means "dark water dragon." It's likely that the Divine Dragon (called the Sakura Dragon in Japanese) is inspired by Kuraokami.
  •  "Okami" comes from Kuraokami, their lightning bolts come from the Vajra of the Shingon Buddhism of Senpou Temple, which means something like "thunderbolt". The Okami are pale and bluish, consistent with Asian depictions of the dead Japanese Ghost/Yurei Buddhist Hell "Naraka".  The nobles live in an area overgrown by roots which I believe depicts the Japanese underworld "Ne-no-kuni", which betokens something like "land of roots". The Okami were likely all once human and turned into these beings by imbibing large volumes of Rejuvenating Water.

Enemies
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    • Anonymous

      02 Jul 2020 08:03  

      Really wish the fan theories connecting all the soulsborne games would get scrubbed the hell off of all these pages. Here I am trying to understand some more about Sekiro lore and some idiot posts their fan theory as if it's canon.

      • Anonymous

        12 Jun 2020 08:36  

        Please stop with the whole "SEKIRO IS CONNECTED WITH SOULSBORNE XDDDDDDD", ffs Sekiro is it's own game, god damn

        • Anonymous

          05 May 2020 07:37  

          whoever writes the trivia on this wiki is really reaching for dark souls references, huh? just let it be its own *****ing game, you weirdo

          • Anonymous

            19 Apr 2020 17:55  

            These guy's remind me of Kamaro from Majora's Mask, the ghost dancer guy. Are they based off something in Japanese Myth? Both look similar, dance, and have ominous flute noises.

            • Anonymous

              26 Oct 2019 03:23  

              "Okami" means "Great God" but also "Wolf" in japanese language. "Kuraokami" or "Kura-okami-no-kami" is indeed a powerful Dragongod and his name means "Dark Great God"

              • Anonymous

                07 Apr 2019 12:52  

                Maybe there's an aspect of translation I don't understand about the word "Okami," as I don't speak the language, but can anyone tell me what on Earth these people have to do with wolves? I know "kami" means divine, and they are in a divine palace (so I'd normally just chalk it up to some localization mistake), but it also happens with the women in the Sunken Valley being "descendants of the Okami Warrior Women." Not to mention you play as a character who is already called "Okami." Though is localized to "Wolf," in both the sub and dub despite them clearly saying "Okami" in the sub. Just makes me wonder if they're even called "Okami" in the real Japanese version. Or I'm just ignorant about something and would like to learn.

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