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Talking of the Trees Sanctuary. Holly Leaves And Christmas Trees. Forest for the Trees. The Lowest Trees Have Tops. King of Trees. Apple Trees. The Shade of Poison Trees. Tall Trees. The path to the left has broken, and the right leads to a longer bridge with a Pellet before it too ends with a broken edge. Moving straight ahead, watch for an Okami Warrior and Archer. Advance carefully, and use the Loaded Umbrella if you need to power through the arrows to reach the duo and then eliminate them.
On the other side of this path is a viewing platform that looks down upon another central platform where a total of five Okami Warriors are sitting - not great odds. Before heading down, be sure to turn around and head back to the basin - but look up for a grapple point to reach the roof of the bridge. Move left along the bridge to wrap around to the other side of a tall roof, and you can spot a cave entrance just above you along the waterfalls that you can grapple to. Drop down, and look around the front of the building to grab Divine Confetti.
Off to the side, you can also find… another Pot Noble! He also sells the final Mask Fragment. Now return to the Shadows And Tall Trees central platform where the five Okami Warriors are. The one dancing in the middle with the purple outfit is the most dangerous, as only they are capable of lightning attacks, which she will leap into the air and charge her sword to slice down - much like Genichiro.
You may want to again use the Puppeteer Ninjutsu to turn one of the Okami Warriors to your side, let them get all the attention, and then attack the stragglers from behind as they Shadows And Tall Trees your puppet.
If you see the main Okami leap into the air - be prepared to jump as well, as you can reflect the lightning into all of your enemies and stun an entire group at once, and finish them while they remain stunned. Note that in addition to dodging or dispersing attacks, there are a few grapple points along the branch you can use - jump out of harm's way to the side and off the branch entirely, and then grapple back to resume your approach.
Even when you close the distance, she can still be a pain to deal with even doing regular kicks and kickball attacks - so its actually better to wait at a close distance until you see her start sparking up and launching a kickball in the air.
When his happens, sprint forward and jump into her to get the prompt for an Anti-Air Deathblow, which will end the fight in an instant. Defeating the Okami Leader will not only grant you another Prayer Beadbut now the entire region is free from her tyranny - and the waters are open to you. Head back up to the base of the upper tree, and drop down around the other side to find several dog-creatures guarding a Light Coin Purseand then search around the sides to find a Heavy Coin Purse in a nest.
From here, you can see paths leading back under the main platforms all the way to where you first entered - as well as a stream guarded by Shadows And Tall Trees dog-creatures that leads up to the Shichimen Warrior.
The Shichimen Warrior will always alternate using jumping away while spreading soul orbs across the streambed, or trying to wack you with his staff once or twice. He can also send forth a stream of orbs that are only really dangerous at range - otherwise you can strafe behind him, and the same can be said for his soul stream.
Killing him will drop another Lapis Lazuli. Before entering the cave or canyon, be sure around the canyon going by the broken bridge on the far side to find two more Treasure Carps, and then swim towards the Mibu Manor to find a partially submerged hall with a nest on the roof you can grab Adamantite Scrap.
Further back behind the broken bridge, look carefully among the foliage along the ground for Scrap Magnetite and a Light Coin Purse. Now head back to swim down into the large canyon in the middle of the lake. Circling the canyon above are two groups of man-eating fish guarding one Treasure Carp apiece. Kill the guards and wait for the Treasure Carp to spawn back before ambushing them.
Instead, lock onto the main Headless and keep strafe swimming in circles before darting in for a quick thrust, and then swimming past and away before he can retaliate.
Keep at it and when you finally go in for a deathblow, the phantom will disappear too. Once the pair are removed from the battle, search up behind where the Headless was for some Precious Bait on a log, and search the lowest pit for a large Giant Carp skeleton covered in glow worms, and nearby you can find 2 Treasure Carp Scaleand a chest holding a Prayer Bead.
Swimming slowly inside, duck into the tall reeds as the Great Carp swims below you into the large cave. There are ruined buildings on each side of the cave, and you can use them to stay out of his line of sight.
Wait for the Great Carp to swim back to the entrance, and then dart up towards the far wall. Once you reach the other side, swim up and out of a pool where a waterfall is emptying out. Head inside to discover Several red-robed Mist Nobles are in the darkened palace feasting on the bodies of Okami Warriors, all over the place. From here, move up the path until one of the Mist Nobles finally looks up to spot you, alerting his friends. As you leave the palace behind, know that if you rest, and have spoken with the old woman who asked that you open the door, you can return to find her getting her revenge on the Mist Nobles before dying herself.
From here you can cross back to look down at the stairs to the main door - but take a look up to the left instead. As you grapple across to the first roof, watch for a nearby Okami Archer on another rooftop that will start taking potshots at you. Quickly grapple to her and take her out, and then move along the rooftops to the far back building.
Here you will find the large man who is apparently the father of the old women, including the one in the Mibu Manor. His life is now devoted to feeding the Great Carp, which you can do by ringing the nearby bell to summon him. However, after spending a few more scales, Pot Noble Koremori will give you the Truly Precious Baitand ask Shadows And Tall Trees to secretly feed it to the Great Carp.
Speaking of which - you can fight the giant father if you wish, he fights exactly like a Chained Ogre - complete with two health bars and grabs, but offers nothing upon his death. However, if you return to ring the bell and select the Truly Precious Bait for either Pot Nobles, a few things will happen. You can check the cave and the carp will be gone, which means you can now swim down to loot a Light Coin Purse and Scrap Magnetite near the Shadows And Tall Trees of the cave.
Dead things tend to float downstream, and we know that the waters of the Fountainhead pool in the Sunken Valley. This, the one from the Schichimen Warrior, plus the two sold by the Pot Nobles are all you can get for now.
A new boss that appears after finishing Fountainhead Palace drops the final 2 for a total of 6 per playthrough - use them wisely! Grapple up the trees to a sloping stairway above, and move with caution. In the next clearing are two Okami Warriors with the power of lightning - a sword user and naginata wielder. In addition to this, a third Okami Kickballer is a bit higher to the right - waiting to ambush you form behind when you reach the clearing.
Facing all three at once is a very risky proposition - as all three can use lightning attacks that can be hard to disperse when coming from all directions.
With the kickballer out of the way, be sure to use an Eel Liver and take on the other two Okami Warriors. Remember that they have a number of other attacks - including perilous jumping thrust attacks and low sweeping swings you need to jump over.
Kneel beside the body and pray at the stone to transport yourself to the Divine Realm. Once the boss is defeated, certain events will be set in motion that lock you on a collision course with the ending, and you will not be able to deviate when the time comes.
See our How to Get All Endings for more details. Praying at the stone in the cave will take you to the mystical Divine Realm, shrouded in fog among the clouds high over Ashina - and before you is a large withered tree.
As the petals fall into the fog, an eerie a sickly looking dragon will emerge. As the relatively small dragon approaches you, it will be joined by even more old dragons that pop up all around you - each of them lends their health to the overall health bar for this phase of the fight.
They only have two attacks: very slow smacks with the flute-like instruments they possess, or retching and coughing up clouds of poison, which is the real thing you need to watch out for. In order to avoid getting poisoned and overwhelmed, you should try to strafe around the group and gets some slashes in around the edges of the group - away from the poison clouds. Sprint away from them, and then run back to the remaining root and grapple up top.
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Useful weeping form for specimen. Where to plant it: Plant in full sun. Needs good drainage and consistent moisture. Very showy pink trumpet-shaped flowers with an orange-yellow throat; fruit is a long capsule.
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