The Sculptor is an NPC in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The Sculptor Monk resides in the Dilapidated Temple, and often wanders off to save those who he can from the battles nearby. He finds Sekiro left for dead in a field, and nurses him back to health, before providing him with a Prosthetic Arm capable of equipping Prosthetic Tools.
The Sculptor Information
The Sculptor (Busshi of Aretera: The “Death Master” or Buddhist Master) of a Ruined Temple. An elder man without a left arm. Silent, ill-mannered hermit residing in a ruined temple deep within the mountains. Furiously carves Buddha statues. Picks up those defeated by Ashina’s commander, and will continue to assist.
- Location: The Sculptor Can be found at the Dilapidated Temple
- Progression: The Sculptor moves to the ?? after ??
- Combat: Players may / may not kill The Sculptor.
- Rewards: Finishing a quest grants X, killing them grants Y
- The Sculptor is responsible for the carvings that operate as checkpoints: See Sculptor's Idol
- The Sculptor can receive Items and is related to the Skills and Skill Trees that Sekiro can enhance.
- Related NPCs
- Endings impact
- "So you're awake. Looks like death is not your fate just yet.
Some time has passed since I found you: your master still lives but they'll soon make use of his bloodline.
The limb you have lost will give way to something more... useful. You'll learn to appreciate its worth.
Your death won't come easily."
- Quest Progression optional dialogue
Notes & Tips
- Voiced by: ??
- Trivia and such go here