Sen Throw

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A Prosthetic Tool that shoots loaded coin bundles. Costs sen and Spirit Emblems to use. While it lacks a shuriken's range, it inflicts far more damage, as the coins hit multiple times. The amount of coins thrown increases depending on how much money one possesses. Being rich makes the blast incredibly strong, but an empty purse will shoot nothing but dust.

Spirit Emblem Cost 2

Sen Throw is a Prosthetic Tool in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, equipped via the Prosthetic Arm and which can be used alongside the primary weapon, the Kusabimaru, in the other, biological, hand.

These Tools, varying from the Loaded Shuriken to the Shinobi Firecracker, are equipped via the Prosthetic Arm and can be swapped out on the fly, allowing for creative and innovative  solutions to the many exploratory challenges the player may face. 

 

 

How to use Sen Throw

  • Press : Sen Throw - Throw coins
  • Hold : Raining Money - Scatters a large amount of sen

 

Where to find Sen Throw in Sekiro

 

 

Sen Throw Notes & Tips

  • Below is a table showing how many Sen you will throw based on how much money you are holding. Each Sen that connects does about 25-30% of the damage of the base Loaded Shuriken.
Sen Held Sen Thrown with R2 R2 Sen Cost Sen Thrown with Held R2 Held R2 Sen Cost Spirit Emblem Cost
0 None None None None 2
1-250 1 1 3 5 2
251-500 3 5 7 8 2
501 and Up 5 10 11 15 2

 

 

 




    • Anonymous

      11 May 2019 20:43  

      This should not cost spirit emblems. Would be best used while goofing around. Hopefully From puts an update out that would eliminate the use of spirit emblems.

      • Anonymous

        08 May 2019 17:36  

        I have over 96000 sen (just popped all my money bags after 4 playthroughs) and this thing still does absolutely no damage to anything. What am I missing? 44AP, NG+4 It also still only uses 10 (or 15 if charged) sen, whereas I feel like it should be throwing more money given how much I have. The fact that it also costs 2 spirit emblems to use blows. It'd be cool if this ability took more sen, didn't cost any spirit emblems, but also actually did damage. You know, give some use to the sen that becomes so useless past NG. Am I missing something? am I using it wrong? Like, what is going on. 96000 sen and it does less than its alternatives (phantom kunai, lazulite shuriken), while costing the same or more in spirit emblems. I've also tried using it up close so that all the coins might hit. Still garbage, even then.

        • Anonymous

          12 Apr 2019 09:10  

          This skill is useless compared to others. You can see for yourself in a recent video I posted on Youtube. Sekiro - Sen Toss Skill - Tested 100,000 and 200,000 Gold & with 99 attack power - Max attack power

          • Anonymous

            29 Mar 2019 22:18  

            Did some testing with Sen amounts 0 sen = nothing but dust is thrown, like it says. Still costs 2 spirit 1 - 250 sen = 1 coin thrown (tap) costs 1 sen 1 coin thrown (hold) costs 1 sen 250-500 sen = 3 coins thrown (tap) costs 5 sen 8 coins thrown (hold) costs 8 send 500+ sen = 5 coins thrown (tap) costs 10 sen 11 coins thrown (hold) costs 15 sen I didn't notice an increase in damage or coins past 500, and tested up to 50k Damage seems to be based on the individual coins. While a hit with all 11 coins is more damaging than a lazurite shuriken, it's range sucks and it costs twice as much spirit. However, it's super effective at breaking enemy poise at point-blank range by spamming it. This is very costly to spirit emblems, but very entertaining.

            • Anonymous

              27 Mar 2019 08:11  

              Not sure if there's an upper limit, but with around 50k sen and getting up close to the enemy (it's a shotgun effect) Sen Throw appears to still be weaker than a regular sword attack and seems rather lackluster.

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