Okami Warrior (Kemari)
|Drops||Scrap Magnetite, Scrap Adamantite, Eel Liver, Pellets, Mibu Balloon of Soul|
|Weakness||Any Variation of Sabimaru|
Okami Warrior (Kemari) is an enemy in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Okami Warrior (Kemari) Location
Okami Warrior (Kemari) Rewards
Okami Warrior (Kemari) Notes & Tips
- Their windup attack is absurdly strong, so it is recommended to dodge or sprint around it, as the deflect window seems to be small and hard to predict. At a distance though, their attacks are easy to dodge, but they are able to track you.
- Other notes
Okami Warrior (Kemari) Story & Lore
- Okami, written as "淤加美 (okami)" in the Japanese version, is a dragon deity of water, rain and snow from Japanese mythology. According to Kojiki, the god was born from the blood of the slain god Kagutsuchi. The name can be alternatively written as "龗 (okami)" and "闇龗 (kuraokami)", which all hold the meaning of "dragon". It's likely that the Divine Dragon (called "桜竜/sakura-ryu" - Sakura Dragon in Japanese) is inspired by Kuraokami.
- The Okami warriors armaments resemble those from Japan's Heian period of the late 8th to 12th century. Similar to other enemies in the Fountainhead Palace, they pose a stylistic contrast to the Sengoku period the game's main events take palace.
- The armor they wear is known as an ō-yoroi, which is characterized by it's thick box-shaped appearance. The swords they use is a tachi, which is a long and more curved version of the uchigatana, used as a cavalry weapon.
Notes & Trivia
- This variant may have been inspired by Susamaru from Demon Slayer
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