Senpou Bombthrower Monk

Shuttlecock Monk
Location Senpou Temple, Mt. Kongo
XP NG: 87
NG+: 435
Sen NG: 35
NG+: 131
Drops Ako's Sugar, Oil, Lump of Fat Wax, Black Gunpowder
Weakness ??

Senpou Bombthrower Monk is an enemy in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

 

Senpou Bombthrower Monk Location

 

Senpou Bombthrower Monk Rewards

Rewards:

  • Ako's Sugar
  • Oil (Uncommon)
  • Lump of Fat Wax
  • Black Gunpowder

 

Senpou Bombthrower Monk Notes & Tips

  • The design and attack method of the Senpou Bombthrower Monk bears a striking similarity to High Priest Joysei from Otogi: Myth of Demons, another From Software game set in ancient Japan.
  • A similar outfit to the Senpou Bombthrower Monk is also worn by Doujun, except his robe is white, implying that he used to be a monk from the Senpou Temple.
  • Other notes

Lore

  • Senpou Temple was seized by an obsession for the Undying, which corrupted their teachings and style. The monks exhibit atrophy, blindness, and grayish or green skin Sickness Details - Senpou Monk, which is how FromSoftware will often render the undead Hollow Undead, DS2. In Dark Souls, the state of Undeath means gradually rotting, going mad, and potentially mutating. Doujun, who is a Senpou Monk, confirms that the research into the Rejuvenating Waters caused a kind of zombification, as his Abandoned Dungeon is full of deformed undead. The Rejuvenating Waters corrupt men to the point that they no longer live as men, instead they become monsters incapable of feeling pain or fear. They are referred to as "degenerates" by Isshin and are responsible for kidnapping and killing the Children of Rejuvenation.

 

Enemies
Alarm Enemy  ♦  Animals  ♦  Ashina Army  ♦  Ashina Soldier (Hassou Stance)  ♦  Ashina Soldier (Katana)  ♦  Ashina Soldier (Matchlock Rifle)  ♦  Ashina Soldier (Spear)  ♦  Assasin  ♦  Assassin (Interior Ministry)  ♦  Bandit (Axe)  ♦  Bandit (Fire Bow) Archer  ♦  Bandit (Fire Bow and Katana)  ♦  Bandit (Katana)  ♦  Bandit (Katana and Shield)  ♦  Bandit (Katana and Torch)  ♦  Bandit (Poison Bow and Katana)  ♦  Bandits of Hirata Estate  ♦  Black-Feathered Nightjar  ♦  Blue Spear Monk  ♦  Centipede  ♦  Club Soldier  ♦  Cricket  ♦  Dog  ♦  Dual Wielding Samurai  ♦  Elder Monkey  ♦  Fencer  ♦  Fountainhead Palace Dog  ♦  Fountainhead Palace Forces  ♦  Gamefowl  ♦  Gecko  ♦  Guard Type One  ♦  Guard Type Two  ♦  Hammer Monk  ♦  Infested Seeker  ♦  Infested Seeker (No Parasite)  ♦  Infested Seeker (Parasite)  ♦  Interior Ministry  ♦  Interior Ministry Ninja  ♦  Man-eating Carp  ♦  Mibu Villager (Bamboo Spear)  ♦  Mibu Villager (Bare Hands)  ♦  Mibu Villager (Bare Hands and Bombs)  ♦  Mibu Villager (Hoe)  ♦  Mibu Villager (Loom)  ♦  Mibu Villager (Rake)  ♦  Mibu Villagers  ♦  Mist Archer  ♦  Mist Naginata  ♦  Mist Wolf  ♦  Monkeys of Sunken Valley  ♦  Monsters of Ashina  ♦  Nightjar Ninja  ♦  Okami Warrior (Bow)  ♦  Okami Warrior (Katana)  ♦  Okami Warrior (Katana & Bow)  ♦  Okami Warrior (Lightning Halberd)  ♦  Old Maid  ♦  Palace Noble (Blue Garb)  ♦  Palace Noble (Red Garb)  ♦  Poison Assassin  ♦  Rat  ♦  Red Guard (Firebomb)  ♦  Red Guard (Flamethrower)  ♦  Red Guard (Kodachi and Dual Katana)  ♦  Rock Diver  ♦  Samurai  ♦  Samurai General  ♦  Samurai Spirit  ♦  Seeker (Bo Staff)  ♦  Seeker (Fists)  ♦  Senpou Temple Monks  ♦  Sentry  ♦  Shura Samurai  ♦  Spear Adept  ♦  Sunken Valley Clan  ♦  Sunken Valley Clan (Cannon)  ♦  Sunken Valley Clan (Rifle)  ♦  Sunken Valley Clan (Scatter-shot)  ♦  Taro Troop (Bell)  ♦  Taro Troop (Greatshield)  ♦  Taro Troop (Wooden Mallet)  ♦  Taro Troops  ♦  Test Subject  ♦  Treasure Carp  ♦  Valley Monkey (Bare Hands)  ♦  Valley Monkey (Katana)  ♦  Valley Monkey (Matchlock Rifle)  ♦  Valley Monkey (Poison and Bare Hands)  ♦  Valley Monkey (Poison and Gun)  ♦  Villagers  ♦  White Spear Monk  ♦  Wolf  ♦  Zombie



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