Okami Warrior (Katana)
|Drops||Scrap Magnetite, Scrap Adamantite, Eel Liver, Pellets, Mibu Balloon of Soul|
|Weakness||Sabimaru. Improved Sabimaru. Piercing Sabimaru, Lazulite Sabimaru.|
Okami Warrior (Katana) is an enemy in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Okami Warrior (Katana) Location
Okami Warrior (Katana) Rewards
Okami Warrior (Katana) Notes & Tips
- Other notes
- As with all other mist enemies, they are weak to the poisoning effect of all variants of sabimaru. Most likely do to them being apart of the okami family.
- If you have the upgraded prosthetic, Lazulite Sabimaru, they take almost 90% posture damage with one swing and as they start “puking” you can either finish off their posture for a deathblow or kill them outright depending on your attack power.
Okami Warrior (Katana) 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 . The Okami actually take after the Primordial Serpents of Dark Souls , which helps clarify why The Old Dragons of the Tree have turned into nāga. 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. The idea of an aroma of the Divine Realm likely stems from two preceding Dark Souls items: "Fragrant Branch of Yore" and "Aromatic Ooze", of which the latter likely reincarnated as some kind of hideous white slime .