Shichimen Warrior (七面武者, Warrior With Seven Faces) is a Mini-Boss in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. This Complete Shichimen Warrior Mini-Boss Guide gives you strategies on how to beat the Shichimen Warrior easily, as well as tips, tricks and lore notes. Mini-Bosses are special Enemies that are uniquely named, and have usually 2 or more health bars. This means they require at least 2 Deathblows in order to kill, they are generally much more difficult than normal enemies, and they drop some of the best loot in the game.

 

Shichimen Warrior Location

Where to find Shichimen Warrior in Sekiro?

 

Shichimen Warrior Rewards

What do you get from defeating Shichimen Warrior in Sekiro?

 

 

Shichimen Warrior Mini-Boss Guide Strategies

Sekiro Shichimen Warrior Video Strategies

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Sekiro Shichimen Warrior Strategy Writeup

Attention: buying the Anti-Air Deathblow Text from Blackhat Badger will trivialize fights against these mini-bosses, as they allow you to Deathblow them in mid-air regardless of their Posture. However, this deathblow can only be performed if divine confetti is active.

Just like the Headless fight, you'll need at least 2-3 Divine Confetti in order to beat this boss. The fight is pretty straightforward, be as aggressive as possible. When he deflects one of your attacks, he will turn invisible and move backward, DO NOT FOLLOW HIM. You will die if you do. He will reappear again somewhere in the area so keep on circling around until you find him, After reappearing he will shoot a beam on you, to counter this simply deflect the beam, run in again, attack, until he disappears again. Rinse and repeat. If you do this properly he won't be able to do his other attacks. In the off chance where you ran out of Divine Confetti while fighting him, you can still beat it using Prosthetic Tools.

Start the fight by using Divine Confetti and if you like an Ako's Sugar. Jump down the hole and sprint to the boss coming in at an angle to avoid the terror orbs that spawns directly in front of the Shichimen Warrior. Attack the boss several times, backing away once your terror bar is about halfway or so. Depending on your attack power, players may be able to break his terror ring and continue attacking him until he attacks back. Once he teleports he will throw small skulls that will somewhat track; avoid them by running to the side of them. Blocking them will increase your terror bar. If he shoots his terror laser at you pick a direction and continue running at the side to avoid this. Players can deflect this attack also negating the terror buildup; however, if its mistimed you will take chip damage and normal terror buildup. When he uses his large terror ball and triple terror ball, run away from him at an angle.

Alternative Strategy: Later in the game, you can get the Shinobi Tool upgrade Phoenix's Lilac Umbrella. This tool makes the mini-boss very easy for two reasons: 1) the Lilac Umbrella can block all of the Terror orbs, as well as the beam (even while moving); and 2) if you have the skill Projected Force, you can then strike the boss for heavy damage while using the Umbrella which will stun them for several normal attacks. Additionally, landing the Projected Force attack while the Shichimen Warrior is in midair will fill his stagger gauge instantly, leaving him vulnerable to a deathblow. While Divine Confetti is unnecessary with this Shinobi Tool upgrade, but still helps a lot.

Sekiro Shichimen Warrior Attacks & Counters

Attack Counter
Phase 1
Floating Terror Orbs The Shichimen Warrior sends out a number of blue orbs in all directions. These orbs will slowly converge towards the player. When touching an orb it will pop  dealing damage and induce a small amount of terror in the player. You will need to avoid these and move away when they get too close.
Staff Smack the Shichimen Warrior will swing his staff towards you inflicting damage. This attack can be deflected.
Bullet Souls The Shichimen Warrior will point his staff towards the player and shoot multiple fast-moving projectiles that resemble human faces that deal damage and induce a small amount of Terror. These can be avoided by simply sprinting towards the warrior at a slight angle. You can avoid this attack entirely while standing right next to the warrior as the attacks hit-box begins at the tip of his staff, this allows you to attack him multiple times until the animation finishes.
Jumping Bullet Souls The Shichimen Warrior will jump into the air and fire Bullet Souls at the player. These
Large Terror Orb The Shichimen Warrior will raise his staff into the air and channel a number of souls into a large orb for a short time. The orb will launch at the player at a moderate speed where it will explode upon contact dealing damage and induce a large amount of terror. This can be avoided by running perpendicular to the warrior until it get close at which point you should sprint towards the warrior as the attack cannot make sharp turns. If you are using Divine Confetti you can stun the warrior by hitting it 3-5 times, disrupting this attack animation.
Terror Beam When attacking the Shichimen Warrior he will deflect your attack then slowly walk back and disappear. He will then reappear at a location around the arena  and begin to channel a number of souls into the tip of his staff. After charging he will launch a fast-moving, purple laser towards the player that deals massive damage and induces massive Terror build-up (almost always resulting in a terror proc). This attack can avoided from a distance by sprinting at a slight angle towards the warrior as the beam will be aimed slightly behind your current location while sprinting. If you are close to the warrior, you MUST deflect this attack then sprint towards him to attack (NOTE: even though the attack is a beam you only need to deflect it once to negate all damage).
Phase 2
Phase 1 The Shichimen Warrior will retain all attacks from Phase 1.
Large Terror Orb x3 The Shichimen Warrior will raise his staff into the air and surround himself with a blue aura while channeling a large number of souls into three large orbs for about 5 seconds. The orbs will all be launched toward the player at a moderate speed with a short delay between when they are launched. This can be avoided by running perpendicular to the warrior until it get close at which point you should sprint towards the warrior as the attack cannot make sharp turns. If you are using Divine Confetti you can stun the warrior by hitting it 3-5 times, disrupting this attack animation.

 

 

Shichimen Warrior Lore

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Shichimen Warrior Notes & Trivia

  • Prosthetic Tools deals damage to ghost-like enemies.

  • The Guardian Ape's Burrow shrine will not be able to be warped to after severing his immortality. After defeating the Shichimen Warrior located there, the shrine will return to normal.

  • Fujioka The Info Broker will sell you the Valley Apparition's Memo which alludes to the Shichimen Warrior that has appeared in the den.
  • The one in Fountainhead Palace is vulnerable to a stealth deathblow under the following conditions: a)he has not detected you. So approach from the rocks besides him, but kill all the dogs there while you´re still in the water. The one which is standing on the rocks will jump down to you, don´t fight it on the rocks. b) you must jump down onto him from the small protrusion in the rock edge above him, otherwise the deathblow prompt will not appear. In order to fight him without the 2 dogs nearby intervening, kill those before the deathblow, too.
  • If you kill the Shichimen Warrior with a backstab deathblow, you can use Puppeteer Ninjutsu on it.
  • Damage without Divine Confetti effect gets reduced in 3 times.

 

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    • Anonymous

      Super hard if you try to kill him first time you encounter him from just exploring after getting to Ashina castle. Super easy if you leave him for later when you have the purple umbrella and Projected Force skill, those upgrades makes both Shichimen and Headless a peace of cake if you don't mind taking your time.

      Or rush it with confetti and atk buff with umbrella when needed at the beggining to put them under 50% hp or close as fast as possible and continue with umbrella after confetti/atk buff runs off to break posture very fast (or just oneshot him with the anti air strat, but to say true in my blind first playthough I never noticed that we could do anti-airs vs him until very late in the one at fountainhead since most of the time he doesn't do that air attack before my first confetti run off if I am going all in vs him at the beggining).

      • Anonymous

        Another small thing to keep in mind if going for the anti-air deathblow method; they wont do any of the high jumps if their back is against the wall, you'll need to get round behind them to force them to move back into an open area.

        • Anonymous

          Ya know my life probably would've been a lot easier if I'd figured out I should use divine confetti

          But yeah honestly the giant death orbs seem bullshit until you realize you can just run in circle around the dude and they'll never hit you. Get in a few hits whenever he finishes channeling, if you does his rapid fire straight line thing that's free hits and sometimes you can get him to do that multiple times in a row. If he tries to bonk you, free posture damage. Really the only annoying thing is keeping track of all the mini orbs that you bonk into if you're looking the wrong way.

          • Anonymous

            You know, I was about to give the two previous comments to mine a dislike as well but they're actually right, this boss is actually easy, all I did to defeat it was follow the video guide's tips. Just be very agressive, when it goes invisible, just run towards it and parry the beam. It won't have time to do some of it's most annoying and deadly attacks like the giant balls. I don't know about anti-air since I don't have it yet, but I just killed the Fountainhead one and it was quite easy once I did what I just said instead of trying to fight it carefully

            • Anonymous

              for five playthroughs I've been killing this guy without confetti. This boss was easy to beat without the confetti, but now he's just a joke.

              • Anonymous

                Many have said this before me but : divine confetti, ako's sugar/spiritfall, purple gourd and spam attack. When he teleport away to do the chaos reach (bad destiny reference) bait it by standing on the left and then sprint to the right. If you are far enough it shouldnt hit you, if it does => purple gourd

                • Anonymous

                  On the first few times I encountered this fella I was terrified (no pun intended) of him, but after having done the fight a few times, I think this might be my favourite (mini)boss of Sekiro atm. Tipwise, I'd just say that use Ako's sugar and divine confetti, and run at him in an angle (as to avoid all the **** he's throwing) and then hit kinda fast, but with a slight pause to give yourself a chance to block if he happens to strike. It's honestly not too bad at all. I've never even tried to anti-air him, because this strategy seems to work extremely well for me.

                  • Anonymous

                    Odd scenarios x2....

                    Fighting the guardian ape and my ps3 controller FINALLY breaks, from day 1, finally dies, but when I have ~5 hits left on second stage of the boss.

                    Quit on keyboard, reload, boss is gone (no ring?) and the s-warior is there.

                    TOTALLY air-killed him for one of his dots on his leap attack. he can be air-stabbed or whatever u call it.

                    • Anonymous

                      Who decided this was a good boss for this kind of game? Massive vitality damage attacks plus curse, and the bonus of an instant kill nearly undodgeable beam attack with a random location teleport. Absolutely lovely.

                      • Anonymous

                        One of the most unfair, bullshit bosses. Can't get close, point blank terror AoE kills you. Can't run, his projectiles can't be deflected and inflict terror. Can't get close, he leaps away.

                        • Anonymous

                          Abandoned Dungeon: first try

                          Guardian Ape's Burrow: instant terror deaths every time I get close enough to hit him

                          • Anonymous

                            He did his disappear trick and I died instantly to terror. No purple orbs or anything. Straight up died of shock after watching some dude vanish. Would've swore out of all the crazy sh!t Sekiro has seen this would've been the least scary

                            • Anonymous

                              When I fought the one at Fountainhead Palace, my 2nd Deathblow on him was a backstab, and I was actually able to puppeteer him. I’m assuming this works for the 2 others, but I haven’t tested it yet.

                              • Anonymous

                                I just want to put something for anyone who went with the Umbrella Strat:

                                Using Projected Force to its full potential, you can't spam it. There will be a time where, after taking enough damage, that the umbrella would flash and smoke. After this happens twice, projected force will be at its full power. I haven't tried seeing the difference between regular Projected Force and the full power one (because I hate this boss), so I don't know if there will be a difference when you strike Schichimen (being right in front of the boss, and thus it takes the hit of both the shockwave and the sword), however, the damage is exponentially better than if you just kept spamming Projected Force

                                You'll also want to try and be as close as possible to the warrior, and if you're right next to it when you use projected force at full power, dealing a massive amount of vitality damage, and filling posture to about half. Even though posture will go down eventually, if you can full charge your umbrella quick enough and find a good window to strike, you can fill posture with a good few hits with your sword even without divine confetti

                                As a side note: if you didn't know that Projected Force used up Divine Confetti, thus needing you to reuse the item, then here it is, because I lost all of my divine confetti to this guy without even knowing until I had 0 left

                                • Anonymous

                                  With a Demon Bell, it seems like they will stop jumping in phase two, making that second AA deathblow borderline impossible. They also start abusing the terrifying bass cannon. Will anyone confirm?

                                  • Anonymous

                                    Literally kill them in like 10 seconds with divine confetti and anti air deathblow. Just spam lilac umbrella if he attacks and kill him when he jumps backwards.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Easy even without the Lilac umbrella, literally just strafe his attacks. I wouldn't reccomend doing it without at least 1-2 divine confetti but most of his attacks are very easy to see coming, and thus easy to dodge in the correct manner. Lilac umbrella makes it trivial, to the point where you'll probably no hit it.

                                      • Anonymous

                                        I was absolutely expecting this to be a hard fight but nope, two divine confetti and keeping up in his face worked wonders. it helps to have the lilac umbrella or purple gord, or both to deal with his terror beam though. Goddamn.

                                        • Anonymous

                                          You can also deathblow the one at the fountainhead palace directly on top of the waterfall he is standing behind, then handle the wolves quickly with some shurikens as they can one shot them to make the fight easier

                                          • Anonymous

                                            Some things I learned while fighting the second: When he does that Soul Stream move of his, you have two options: go straight at him in point blank range or run far away as possible. Because if you are even at medium range away from him (like two backsteps away), even if you are currently running, that stream can get you. The best strategy for that is to run straight at him. I have tested and experienced many times that when he is about to do that charge attack, it can never harm you when you are attacking in close range even in front of him. Also do use Divine Confetti for this fight since it will make your damage bigger and with enough strikes his orbs will disappear just like the Headless when you damaged him enough times that his fog will disappear. As much as possible, try to back away from him if he is not doing his charge soul stream attack because those orbs he throws at you especially those big ass ones will give you high Terror build up if you are not careful. So put it simply, this boss was made to test your maneuverability with projectiles and patience.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              Fitting the Slender Finger into the Prosthetic made the Shichimen at the Ape's Burrow appear for me. I severed the immortality of the Ape and teleported all around to reset the area, but the Ape's Burrow Idol remained accessible for travel. After having the Sculptor fit in the Finger and teleporting once, the Ape's Burrow Idol became greyed out in the travel menu and the Shichimen appeared.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                am i stupid or does the one in the watering hole despawn if you have fed the great karp one of the especially precious baits?

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  If the shichimen doesn't show at the burrow, it's because you haven't finished off the Apes corpse after the fight with it ends. The corpse will stay on the ground for the rest of the playthrough, so you can do it whenever. After you finish the corpse you'll have to leave the area. Teleporting to the poison pool isn't enough, which I just did. I think you have to leave the Ashina Dephts, before it shows, because I did that afterwards and now he shows. I am only missing the final boss and hatred of demon, so you can probably do this whenever. Hopes this help some

                                                  • I found that using Yashariku’s Sugar with Divine Confetti worked best took no more than a minute for the boss. But this is after having attack power at 13

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      The one in Ashina Depths will not show up until you have actually fitted the finger whistle into your arm and can see the upgrade requiring the malcontent's ring.

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        The one in the Fountainhead Palace is pure cancer. After he teleports to the other side of the waterfall he has the potential to knock you off and you have no way of immediately getting back up there. So now you have to go all the way around, effectively de aggro’ing him and wasting both resources and progress...

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          If your timing is PERFECT you can dodge the damage of the laser beam he does after teleport with basic Mist raven. You still take terror damage though...

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            The one that appears in the guardian ape area will show up even if the one in Abandoned Dungeon is still alive, as it did in my current play through (NG), so that condition is incorrect.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              these bosses can be easily cheased spamming whirlwind slash in ther face and chasing them (divine confetti makes the terror orbs disappear)

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Whenever he teleports, it will generally be the furthest arena edge from where he was standing, (i.e. far away as he can get from you in a single teleport), and will only decide his final position AFTER he finishes disappearing. If he's in the centre, teleports and you make the wrong call, it doesn't matter because you've incidentally created more than enough distance to sprint sideways away from his ghost beam.

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  So “Schichimen” means “seven heads” or something to that affect. In Japanese folklore there’s something called “shichinin misaki” which is a group of seven ghosts that kill travelers. Your first encounter with a Schichimen Warrior is in Abandoned Dungeon, after a monument marking the grave of samurai that died in Isshin’s coup. Pretty neat!

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    I think more important than the sugars is taking a hit off the Mottled Purple Gourd or downing a Pacifying Agent right before the fight and if you terror gauge fills up over half way.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      in regards to the beam, if you're in melee range, *as in whacking the hell out of him,* it doesn't hit you. so do very much run to where he spawns, unlike what the tips and stuff says.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        The only one that keeps dropping unique items (Lapis Lazuli) in NG+ cycles is the one in Fountainhead. The other two drop coin purses.

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          This bullet stormer isn’t as bad as you might think. It’s sometimes easy to forget, but Sekiro is lightning fast on his feet, and you can outrun basically any of his projectiles if you run perpendicular to his attacks, or basically in circles around him.

                                                                          • Struggling with anti air? Not an umbrella person? I've discovered another cheese for the Shichimen warriors if you're struggling. Just pop confetti (and maybe Ako's sugar) and spam whirlwind slash until he disappears and goes to do the beam move. Then just sprint to where he spawns and repeat. The confetti, combined with the 180° area of WS will clear the orbs along with stun-locking him. He might get off a sweep attack, but it's pretty rare and you can spam through it. Just did this twice in a row for the one in the dungeon and ape den.

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              Yo you don't need any strategy if you have the shield upgraded to block all apparition attacks. Then just hold it, walk up and attack. Rinse and repeat.

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                If you know where their teleport spawns are, it’s easy to run over and get right up close to avoid being hit by the beam. Then just continue smacking away.

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  I killed the Headless Ape and he didn't appear. He appear onle after i bought Valley Apparition's Memo from Fujioka The Info Broker

                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                    Run out of confetti and no recommended skill/prosthetic available? Go stay close to him be sure you block his staff attacks and aware on small and 1 large terror/skull orbs and he will try to move away from you.

                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                      It is not possible to get to the abandoned dungeon schichmen if you haven’t unlocked the bottomless pit idol by endgame. I’ve tried everything.

                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                        These fights are absolutely easy. Purple umbrella plus projected force. Use it as soon as the boss jumps and it's an insta-deathblow. I consistently did it on all three of them.

                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                          just a heads up anti air deathblow does not proc if you are not using divine confetti. For me it did not proc when I ran out of confetti charge.

                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                            Lilac Umbrella trivializes the fight. Literally killed all 3 without taking any damage by just blocking 95% of the fight then using the other 5% of the fight unleashing the built up "bullets" the Umbrella absorbs to destroy it's Posture with 2 unleashes. Umbrella's had no use for me for the whole game besides the gun-fort but damn I'm glad I'm unlocking everything or I'd be in a sticky situation.

                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                              Anti-Air Deathblow does *not* in fact make these fights "trivial". I can only assume that whoever wrote the strategy guide for this has never actually fought one of these enemies using said tactic, because if they had, they'd of course be aware of the fact that it fails to trigger 9/10 times, and when it *does* trigger, it's easily missable because of their relentless spam. The only consistent tactic is to overpower them using Confetti with Ako's Sugar and going ham - ideally distracting them with the Firecracker and deflecting their swings.

                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                Projected force is awful for this, at least for the one at fountainhead. It deals very little damage and removes your confetti buff.

                                                                                                • The one in Fountainhead Palace can be jumped down on from above to get an easy first deathblow. Unfortunately he's also glitched and his name will appear in the top-left of the screen long before the fight starts, alerting him and causing stopping you from doing the initial deathblow. If you have this issue, start from the "Palace Grounds" Idol and backtrack through the building towards the "Great Sakura" Idol. When you leave the building, you'll notice the warrior's health bar briefly at the top of your screen. He now has been alerted. Head to the right and you'll see a large branch sticking out of the waterfall. Grapple onto it and turn around. Grapple back up to where you were and go to the other side of the door. Looking down the waterfall you'll see the warrior and several blue glowing orbs in the river. You can now dash off the cliff (A jump might not make it) and attack as soon as you see the red indicator. Keep in mind, the indicator doesn't appear until just before you hit the ground. Make sure to time it right. If done correctly, you'll stab the warrior from above and have taken no fall damage. He'll be one life short and teleport to the far side of the river.

                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                    If you jump from really high up, like from the top of the tree you can reach above the building at the palace grounds Idol, you can do a deathblow from above

                                                                                                    • Just like in the headless fights, malcontents ring will stagger these guys and leave them open to serious damage for a good while, trivializing the fight (just in case you aren't have any luck with the anti-air deathblow strategy). Still recommended to use Ako's sugar, pacifying agent/mottled purple gourd, and divine confetti.

                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                        I didn't know Confetti deals huge extra damage and capable of clearing out those annoying terror balls, I was saving it for the Headless, so I defeated all of them without Confetti. On NG2 I tried using it and was surprised that I was greatly handicapping myself fighting this guy without Confetti.

                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                          Just to add as a note, in order to execute the Anti Air Deathblow on this enemy you must have the divine confetti buff active, otherwise the death blow marker does not appear when the enemy jumps

                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                            *mild spoilers* It's important to note that you must go to the Guardian Ape's Burrow bonfire! Not the one that you first find him at (Guardian Ape's Watering Hole). Easiest way to get there is right through Poison Pool. Hope this helps!

                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                              only did the abandoned dungeon one, surprised to hear people report they needed divine confetti - I didn't use any. What does it do in this fight? it's not like he's invulnerable without it?

                                                                                                              • What's the trick to getting no Terror meter build-up when attacking this guy at the start of the fight? As far as I can tell, I do exactly the same thing. I use Confetti, run in, smack it about, then stop when I get deflected. But I have a nearly full (or full) Terror meter, where Cas' Terrer meter hasn't even appeared!

                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                  He doesn't spawn in Guardian Ape's Burrow if you are teleporting dirrectly in this area. You must go to this cave from Mist Forest Idol direction.

                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                    Does anyone know if the one in Fountainhead Palace keeps dropping Lapis Lazuli in NG+ and so on? Or is it a one time thing?

                                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                                      The one in the Ape's Burrow isn't spawning for me. I haven't even killed the 3 Deathblows boss yet in the Fountainhead Palace. I did kill the Mist Noble before killing and ending the Ape's Imortallity in the Burrow though. Maybe the order here is what screwed it for me?

                                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                                        If you progress too far into the story the one in the ape burrow wont spawn, ***SPOILER AHEAD*** Im prettt sure that killing the giant carp us what messes it up

                                                                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                                                                          gave the one in abandoned dungeon 2 deathblows got the item... but he didnt wanted to die... he just wanted to walk away... like "ok dude, you won, your territory"... needed 2 extra strikes to fall...

                                                                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                                                                            Anti air blow in the beginning when he gones up in the air for an instant death blow. Makes the fight 100x easier !

                                                                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                                                                              killing him in the previous area causing him to move to next area. I killed Headless Ape and he isnt there, but after I killed the one in Dungeon he appears in Ape Den.All these happened before I even find Mist Noble

                                                                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                If you have the anti-air deathblow you can snag an instant deathblow to him. When is in the air jump and press r1 for a deathblow.

                                                                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                  Just a heads up, when you deal the first deathblow run to the center of the arena. Just had the abandoned dungeon fight restart itself because he got too far away with his teleport.

                                                                                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                    You don’t need confetti to beat/hit this boss. Just completed the fight against the first one without confetti

                                                                                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                      You do not need to buy the memo to make the one is ashina depths appear. He appears after defeating the illusory corrupted monk.

                                                                                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                                                                                        SO; I've figured out the trick to apparition type enemies. If you upgrade the umbrella to Pheonix's Lilac Umbrella not only can you block terrorifying attacks without taking the effect build up. You can follow it up with the shinobi tree ability projected force to deal large amounts of stamina damage. -TheHiltHoodie AKA LoreByHodor AKA NaughtySunbro

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