Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure game which is available for platforms like Windows, Xbox One, Stadia and PlayStation 4. And if we talk about the gameplay then it’s known that Items plays a key role in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. They can be consumables, projectiles or keys. Items are obtained through a variety of ways but you can mainly find them on ground, on defeated foes corpses, or after killing a boss.
Well here in this article we are going to discuss some frequently reported queries; if you are too a beginner and eager to know about the same then keep scrolling the article.
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Sekiro Best Quick Items
Quick Items provide an array of beneficial uses for the Wolf that can be quickly used at this disposal. We have enlisted some quick items with the item effect you can check:
Ako’s Sugar: It temporarily increases Posture Damage dealt to enemies.
Antidote powder: Heals Poison, reduces Poison buildup and increase Resistance.
Ceramic Shard: Throw to distract enemies and make them inspect the noise.
Divine Confetti: Allows attacks to hit ghost-type enemies.
Divine Grass: Fully restores vitality and cures all status abnormalities.
Dousing Powder: Heals burning, reduces Burning buildup and increases Resistance
Pallet: Consume a Pallet to slowly replenish health over time.
Fistful of Ash: Throw it at an enemy to temporarily distract and build them
Gachiin’s Sugar: Temporarily reduces noise made from movement.
Gokan’s Sugar: Temporarily reduces Posture Damage taken from enemies.
Healing Gourd: Use to replenish health quickly through limited uses- recharges while resting.
Heavy Coin Purse: Use to obtain a greater amount of Sen immediately.
Homeward Idol: Allows user to teleport to last Sculptor’s Idol or to the Dilapidated Temple
Light Coin Purse: Use to obtain a handful of Sen immediately.
Mibu Balloon of Spirit: Temporarily increases rate of gaining Spirit Emblems
Mibu Balloon of Wealth: Temporarily increases rate of obtaining Sen
Mibu Possession Balloon: Temporarily increases rate of obtaining Items.
Oil: Douses an area and enemies in oil to become more susceptible to fire.
Snap Seed: Breaks the effect of illusion techniques
Ungo’s Sugar: Temporarily increases Defense and reduces damage taken
White Spirit Emblem: A type of Currency used to perform moves with your Shinobi Prosthetics
How to use quick items Sekiro?
If you want to use quick items in Sekiro is to go into the menu. Note that it’s a onetime thing or whatever you need to swap them out. Press Options/Menu in order to navigate to the main menu screen. In the second row there is the Quick Item Menu. Five open spots are available and you can put any usable item into them for quick access in the game world, without opening the screen and fussing with the menu.
Here select any five open spots and select it. It will bring you to the inventory screen where you can select which item goes in this slot. Our Healing Gourd should probably be there, as well as Pallets. Everything else is fair game, so pick whatever is most useful to you at the current time. You can swap these as you progress and encounter unique challenges like Headless which requires Divine Confetti. Either way pick the item, you want, then fill the other spots if you feel like it.
Here, back into the actual world of Sekiro, your quick item is in the bottom right. By using D-Pad you can cycle through the items you put in there, going left or right as you want. Once you find the item you want to actually use just press up on the D-Pad and you are good to go.
How to loot enemies in Sekiro?
In order to loot enemies, the player needs to hold down to square on PS4 (or X on Xbox One) button. It will basically create a vacuum on your character that sucks in any and all items & money in a wide area, bringing them right to you.
This makes it unbelievably easy to loot enemies quickly, and you are usually best off finishing all enemies in an area & focusing on combat then looting everything at the end before you move on.
Note that’s ever commons enemy you will kill in this game will reward you with Sen but keep in mind if you die the amount of money you have will be cut completely in half.
Because of this, it’s always a good idea to find an area or two that you can simply clear of enemies, just in case you want a grinding spot to wrack up Sen and Skill Points.
One can make enemies respawn by navigating to the Sculptor’s Idol and selecting rest ad there’s no limit to the amount of experience and Sen you can get.
About Sekiro all important items
Well there are numerous Sekiro Items and we have enlisted all the important items, you can check:
Three-story Pagoda Memo
Treasure Carp Scales
Truly Precious Bait
Valley Apparitions Memo
Water of the Palace
Young Lord’s Bell Charm
Bulging Coin Purse
Bundled Jizo Statue
Dancing Dragon Mask
Dragon’s Blood Droplet
Dried Serpent Viscera
Mibu Balloon of Soul
Mibu Balloon of Spirit
Mibu Balloon of Wealth
Mibu Pilgrimage Balloon
Mibu Possession Balloon
Ministry Dousing Powder
Mottled Purple Gourd
Nightjar Beacon Memo
Pine Resin Ember
Red and White Pinwheel
Red Carp Eyes
Fistful of Ash
Fresh Serpent Viscera
Great White Whisker
Green Mossy Gourd
Gun Fort Shrine Key
Heavy Coin Purse
Herb Catalogue Scrap
Illusive Hall Bell
Jinza’s Jizo Statue
Light Coin Purse
Lump of Fat Wax
Lump of Grave Wax
How to heal in Sekiro?
In this section we will discuss how to heal in Sekiro. To proceed follow the below mention guidelines:
In the beginning of the game, you will be given an object called a Healing Gourd. And as the name implies, this is how Sekiro is able to heal himself. At the starting of the game it only has one use, but you can expand this when you get more Gourd Seeds. Either way all you need to do to heal in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is to use this item.
You actually have a couple options for how to do this. You can open the menu, go into the inventory scroll to the Healing Gourd, select it, and use. But you will need to heal a whole lot in your time with this game, so you will probably want to equip it to your item menu. Now open the menu, go down to the quick select options on the first screen, pick any spot and then select Healing Gourd to add it to this menu. Now you can use this to heal quickly and easily.
After that use D-Pad to scroll through the items you have in this menu, find the Healing Gourd, and press up on the D-Pad in order to use and heal yourself. This should fill your health bar quite a bit, especially early in the game. But you still need to upgrade it in order to face the bosses that are in your new future.
What to do Sekiro healing gourd not in quick items?
Well in such case, pause the game, go into your quick access menu and set the Healing Gourd to any five slots available. You can now scroll through your quick access items by pressing left and right on the d-pad, once you are on the Healing Gourd, press up on the d-pad to use it.
Well that’s all about Sekiro best quick items, we hope this log was helpful for you. Thanks for Reading.