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Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Sekiro guide, walkthrough

This section is an extensive trophy tutorial for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. This tutorial fully covers the unlocking of all achievements and is complete with the author's notes.

This page contains spoilers for the available endings and bosses. These spoilers appear both in our commentaries and the official trophy/achievement names.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Trophies - General Information

  1. Sekiro offers 34 trophies - 18 bronze, 11 silver, 4 gold, and 1 platinum. The platinum is only available in the PlayStation 4 version.
  2. The largest group of achievements focuses on defeating bosses. It should be noted that among them are both the mandatory and the optional bosses. You have to kill numerous challenging bosses - getting some of the trophies/achievements related to them may be difficult.
  3. To get the full set of trophies, you need to develop your character as much as possible. This means, among other things, the need to fully improve all tools, prostheses, unlock all skills and combat techniques, and requires significant development of the health and posture bars.
  4. Four achievements are related to the four endings of Sekiro. You will need to unlock and complete all of them. It is possible to get all the endings during a single playthrough but this will require backup save files done at certain moments of the story. More information on how to make save backups in the Endings chapter.

Sekiro

Type of trophy: platinum

How to unlock: unlocking all trophies.

Remarks: this trophy can only be unlocked in the PlayStation 4 version of the game.

Man Without Equal

Type of trophy: gold

How to unlock: all bosses have been defeated.

Commentary: This trophy/achievement counts both mandatory and optional bosses (those you don't have to defeat in order to beat the game). Some of the optional bosses are stronger than the regular ones. You can also have problems finding their lairs. Check the Bosses and Walkthrough chapters to learn where you can find them and how to defeat these bosses.

Ashina Traveler

Type of trophy: gold - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: gold

How to unlock: Visit all locations of the game.

Commentary: The game counts only the main locations - those that are listed after interacting with any of the Sculptor's Idols. You will visit the majority of them during the main storyline. Fountainhead Castle is the exception - you can only visit it if you stayed loyal to Kuro during the game's finale. You should get there trophy right after you reach the Fountainhead Palace for the first time.

More information about reaching the Fountainhead Palace in How to enter the Fountainhead Palace? chapter.

Master of the Prosthetic

Type of trophy: gold - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: gold

How to unlock: fully upgrade all prosthesis gadgets.

Commentary: Defeat the first boss - General Guoubu Oniwa - to unlock the option to upgrade prosthetic tools (see the picture above). This boss drops Mechanical Barrel - take this item to the Sculptor.

Look for new prosthetic tools and purchase their upgrades. Each new upgrade costs a specific amount of gold and certain crafting items. Crafting materials are obtained as loot lying on the ground or dropped by defeated enemies. Also, some of the rare crafting materials are obtained by defeating optional bosses. More information can be found in the Prosthetic Tools section.

Height of Technique

Trophy type: gold - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Trophy type: gold

How to unlock: Unlock all skills.

Commentary: The only way to unlock all the skills is to unlock new Esoteric Texts (skill books). You unlock them over the course of the story or by performing specific actions - more information about that in Esoteric Texts chapter.

Specific skills are unlocked with their corresponding Esoteric Texts - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Specific skills are unlocked with their corresponding Esoteric Texts. Visit a Sculptor's Idol and go to the skills menu (see the picture above). Each skill requires a certain number of skill points - you get them by leveling up. More information about getting XP can be found in, e.g. Character development and XP and Gold Farming pages.

Check out XP and Gold Farming page in our guide. We have listed a few unique locations where you can get large amounts of XP fast. This should speed up the process of leveling Wolf up.

All Prosthetic Tools

Type of trophy: silver - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: obtain all of the tools for the prosthesis.

Commentary: Check Prosthetic Tools chapter to learn about all the tools in the game. All gadgets are unlocked in the same way - find a unique crafting material and then go back to the Sculptor in the Dilapidated Temple. He will craft these tools for free.

All Ninjutsu Techniques

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: obtain all methods of the ninjutsu technique.

Commentary: There are only three ninjutsu in Sekiro:

  1. Bloodsmoke Ninjutsu - You receive it automatically by defeating Genichiro Ashina.
  2. Puppeteer Ninjutsu - You receive it automatically by defeating Folding Screen Monkeys (this is an unusual boss fight).
  3. Bestowal Ninjutsu - You receive it automatically by defeating Undead Guardian Ape, one of the optional bosses in Ashina Depths.

The strategies for the bosses listed above can be found in Bosses and FAQ chapters.

Peak Physical Strength

Type of trophy: silver - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: maximize Vitality and Posture.

Commentary: You can increase vitality and posture by collecting four Prayer Beads. These items can be found during exploration or, e.g. you can receive them by defeating bosses. Check Prayer Beads chapter to learn more about them. There are 40 Prayer Beads in total.

Collect four Prayer Beads and then go back to a Sculptor's Idol to increase your stats (see the picture above).

Ultimate Healing Gourd

Type of trophy: silver - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: completely improve the Healing Gourd.

Commentary: Gourd Seeds allow you to increase the number of Healing Gourds carried by your character. You can get them during exploration or, e.g. by defeating certain bosses. More information in Gourd Seeds chapter. There are 9 Gourd Seeds in total.

When you get a Gourd Seed, go back to Dilapidated Temple and speak with Emma. This will increase the number of your Healing Gourds by one.

Immortal Severance

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: Reach the Immortal Severance ending.

Commentary: Check out the Game Endings chapter. There, you will find a detailed description on how to unlock this ending.

Purification

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: Reach the Purification ending.

Commentary: Check out the Game Endings chapter. There, you will find a detailed description on how to unlock this ending.

Dragon's Homecoming

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: reach the Return ending.

Commentary: Check out the Game Endings chapter. There, you will find a detailed description on how to unlock this ending.

Shura

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: Reach the Shura ending.

Commentary: Check out the Game Endings chapter. There, you will find a detailed description on how to unlock this ending.

Sword Saint, Isshin Ashina

Type of trophy: silver - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: defeat Sword Saint Isshin Ashina.

Commentary: Sword Saint Isshin Ashina is the game's final boss. The only exception is when you have decided to get Shura ending. That ending has a different final boss.

Master of the Arts

Type of trophy: silver - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: learn the secrets of one of the fighting styles.

Commentary: Get this trophy/achievement by unlocking the last ability in your preferred combat style. The game counts the skills on the right - in our case, it was Shadowrush for Shinobi style. You will get this achievement while trying to unlock Height of Technique trophy/achievement.

Lazuline Upgrade

Type of trophy: silver - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: silver

How to unlock: use the lapis lazuli to maximize a tool.

Commentary: Lapis lazuli is a very crafting material. The easiest way to get it is to defeat Shichimen Warrior boss hiding near one of the waterfalls in the Fountainhead Palace. This is the last location in the game so be patient.

Revered Blade

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: obtain the Kusabimaru from Kuro.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement. You get Kusabimaru during the prologue.

Shinobi Prosthetic

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: Obtain the shinobi prosthesis.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement. You receive your prosthetic after the prologue.

Memorial Mob

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: discover the Memorial Mob.

Commentary: Memorial Mobs are merchants. Their full list can be found in the Merchants chapter. The first opportunity to unlock this trophy/achievement appears during your exploration of Ashina Outskirts. Reach the village where you met the old woman. Use the grappling hook a few times to reach the top of the mountain on the left. There, you will find a small tent - Crow's Bed Memorial Mob is inside of it.

Resurrection

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Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: get back to life thanks to the power of resurrection for the first time.

Commentary: You can get this trophy/achievement after you complete the prologue and start exploring Ashina Outskirts, the first location in the game. Get killed by any of the enemies. After that, press the revive button (R1 / RB). Don't press L1 / LB - you will "confirm" your death!

Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa.

Commentary: General Gyoubu Oniwa is the first boss in the game. You face him on a large battlefield in the last location in Ashina Outskirts. The description of that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

The Phantom Lady Butterfly

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat Lady Butterfly.

Commentary: Lady Butterfly is the last boss in Hirata Estate. You can reach that place early in the game. Get the key to the secret temple from one of the NPCs. Use this item to open a secret passage under the burning estate. The description of that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

Genichiro Ashina

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat Genichiro Ashina.

Commentary: Genichiro Ashina is one of the main bosses. The fight takes place on the Castle Ashina's rooftop. The strategy for that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

Guardian Ape

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: Guardian Ape.

Commentary: Guardian Ape is one of the main bosses in the game. The fight takes place near the waterfall in the last section of Sunken Valley. The strategy for that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

Guardian Ape Immortality Severed

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: Use the Mortal Blade to sever the immortality of the Guardian Ape.

Commentary: This fight with Guardian Ape takes places after you kill it for the first time in Sunken Valley. Go to Ashina Depths and head to the large cave. Headless Guardian Ape is an optional boss. The strategy for that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

Dont leave the cave right after you defeat Headless Guardian Ape - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Don't leave the cave right after you defeat Headless Guardian Ape. You need to finish the boss off with the Mortal Blade. Do that to unlock the trophy/achievement.

Folding Screen Monkeys

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: capture Folding Screen Monkeys.

Commentary: Folding Screen Monkeys are one of the main bosses. You encounter them in Halls of Illusion (accessed from Senpou Temple). The strategy for that fight can be found in the How to find and kill Monkeys? chapter.

Great Shinobi-Owl

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat the Great Shinobi Owl.

Commentary: Great Shinobi - Owl is one of the main bosses in the game. This fight takes place after reaching the Ashina Castle's rooftop during the game's finale. However, this fight only happens when you stay loyal to Kuro. The strategy for that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

Father Surpassed

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat the Great Shinobi Owl in the Hirata Estate.

Commentary: This is a different fight from the one described in the previous trophy/achievement. The fight with Owl (Father) happens when you visit Hirata Estate for the second time (another timeline). This duel is part of Purification ending. Owl stays in the hidden temple, the same one where you fought with Lady Butterfly. Check out Bosses and Game Endings chapters.

Corrupted Monk

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat the Corrupted Monk.

Commentary: Corrupted Monk is one of the main bosses. You face her twice. This trophy/achievement is unlocked after defeating True Corrupted Monk. This duel takes place on the bridge in the Fountainhead Palace. The strategy for that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

Gracious Gift of Tears

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat the Divine Dragon and obtain the Divine Dragon's Tears.

Commentary: Divine Dragon is one of the main bosses in the game. This fight takes place in the Fountainhead Palace. Shura ending is the only exception - this ending skips the Palace. The strategy for that fight can be found in the Bosses chapter.

Issin Ashina

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat Isshin Ashina.

Commentary: Isshin Ashina is the final boss of the Shura ending - you can get it if you decide to betray Kuro during the conversation with Great Shinobi - Owl on top of the Ashina Castle's rooftop. You need to defeat Emma and then face Isshin. Check out Bosses and Game Endings chapters.

Demon of Hatred

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat the Demon of Hatred.

Commentary: Demon of Hatred is a powerful optional boss you can encounter during the game's finale - after defeating Divine Dragon in Fountainhead Palace. Go back to Ashina Outskirts and move to Outskirts Wall - Gate Path. The game will spawn new enemies including this boss.

The Great Serpent

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: Defeated the Great Serpent

Commentary: Great Serpent is encountered several times during a playthrough. To unlock this trophy/achievement, you have to kill it in Senpou Temple. Check out Great Serpent - the 2nd and 3rd fight page. To reach the Serpent's lair, you have to use Puppeteer Ninjutsu on one of the minor enemies and then grab the kite to reach a new area in the Temple.

Great Colored Carp

Type of trophy: bronze - Trophy List of Sekiro Shadows Die Twice - The Trophy Guide - Sekiro Guide and Walkthrough

Type of trophy: bronze

How to unlock: defeat the Great Colored Carp.

Commentary: Great Colored Carp swims in the waters in the Fountainhead Palace. You can't kill it in a regular fight. The only way to eliminate the Carp is to feed it with poison. Check out How to defeat Great Colored Carp? page.

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