|Effect||Leap over and behind a Posture-broken enemy.|
|Skill Type||Shinobi Martial Arts|
|Skill Tree||Shinobi Arts|
Vault Over is a skill in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, this type of skill is a Shinobi Martial Arts Skill that is under the Shinobi Arts Skill Tree. Each Skill Tree consists of a variety of skills that are categorized as Combat Arts, Shinobi Martial Arts, and Latent Skills that will allow players to alter and customize Sekiro's overall effectiveness in combat and survivability.
These skills can be unlocked by spending gained Skill Points at a Sculptor's Idol.
Acquires the Shinobi Martial Art "Vault Over".
A Shinobi Martial Art that allows one to leap over and behind a Posture-broken enemy.
This Martial Arts technique allows the use of backstab Deathblows in the middle of a battle, even without using Stealth.
How to Acquire Vault Over
- Vault Over requires 2 Skill Points
- This can be found under the Shinobi Arts Skill Tree and is unlocked by resting at a Sculptor's Idol.
Vault Over Notes & Tips
- Vault Over is a Shinobi Martial Arts Skill
- It may seem useless early in the game, however there are skills obtained later in the game that can only be used after a backstab deathblow. This skill allows their use during combat.
- Can be used against a certain boss who is otherwise immune to damage in order to reposition yourself.
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Can you do an aerial deathblow on enemies including bosses if you use this skill? Like if you go for the kill fast enough while still in mid air?
So, I found some really useless stuff. Whenever you vault over an enemy the enemy moves forward a little bit and you can repeat the process by moving back to the front when you vault over the enemy. At first I thought this was useless but, you can use it in the armored warrior boss fight to slowly move him towards the edge and push him off.
does this technique work on Isshin before the beginning second or third phase?
You can use it to perform a ninjutsu technique in any fight
Maybe useful for quick positioning
For those wondering what it's for: later on you get access to abilities that are only usable after a backstab deathblow
This one is the most confusing for me. What is the point behind it if you can oneshot a posture-broken enemy anyway?