Lone Shadow Longswordsman
|Number of Deathblow Markers||2|
|Reward||Prayer Bead, Scrap Magnetite|
- The enemy will often charge before attacking. This gives you the perfect opportunity to time your parries.
↑Because this motion is easy to identify, this is your chance to parry.
↑Fighting him will be much easier if you can also parry the attack shown above.
- If you parry a slash, it will be rather easy to counter.
↑A chance to attack after parrying
- After he slashes and performs a falling air kick, the boss will most likely follow up with a perilous low kick. Dodge and counterattack.
↑Block the falling air kick if possible.
↑After the falling air kick, he may use a perilous low kick. Avoid this as it deals heavy damage. If you avoid this by jumping, you will have a chance to attack. You can also perform a Mikiri Counter if he does a perilous thrust kick.
- It is difficult to identify which attack he will use if he turns aggressive. If you have a high Posture gauge, it is best to avoid him until your gauge recovers.
Low Sweeping Kick
|The boss hits Sekiro with a sweeping kick that deals heavy damage.|
|Raises his legs then lowers swiftly to hit Sekiro.|
|Slash||The swordsman uses his blade to slash Sekiro. The attack’s motion is quite slow.|
|Kick||A kick with a short animation.|
|Falling Air Kick||The boss jumps and kicks downward. It will perform this before the perilous low sweeping kick.|
|Shuriken||Throws a shuriken at Sekiro from afar.|
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