Taro Trooper - Bell

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Location Mist Village
XP NG: 186
NG+: ??
Sen N/A
Drops Lump of Fat Wax

Lump of Grave Wax (Rare)
Mibu Possession Balloon
Pellet
Weakness ??

Taro Trooper - Bell(太郎兵・鐘, Taro Trooper - Bell) is an enemy in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

 

Taro Trooper - Bell Location

 

Taro Trooper - Bell Rewards

 

Taro Trooper - Bell Notes & Tips

  • Based on the unit's Japanese name(太郎兵- Taro Trooper/Soldier), and from conversations of the nearby soldiers, it confirms the solider is from the Taro Troop.   
  • The armored Taro Trooper in front of the abandoned dungeon entrance is likely serving as a test opportunity for the Loaded Spear.
  • Doesn't drop any sen upon death.

 

Taro Trooper (Bell) Lore

  • Taro is a Japanese name for boys, From Japanese 太(ta) meaning "thick, big" and 郎(rou) meaning "son". They have small, child-like heads, making them reminiscent of the man-eater, "Executioner Smough Executioner Smough & Dragonslayer Ornstein". Their gigantism, and the various lesions across their bodies Taro Trooper Lesions, are likely the result of imbibing Rejuvenating Waters. Lesions and atrophy due to imbibing the waters are found on various enemies, including bandits, zombies, and Senpou monks. The excess skin around their waist suggests that in spite of their size, they are in a constant state of hunger. Their body plan evokes that of the Headless enemies and mimics the DS3 Harald Knight The Harald Knight. Many among them are charged with burying the dead. Ashina Taro Troopers are raised on a diet of Taro Persimmons, which come from the infected ebony trees of Mibu Village.

 

Bell Villager Image Gallery

 

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