In Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, there are valuable items to farm for including Lapis Lazuli. Using Lapis Lazuli, you’ll be able to upgrade your favorite Shinobi Prosthetic Tools by visiting the Sculptor at the Dilapidated Temple. To ensure you’re getting the most out of your Shinobi Prosthetic Tools, it’s recommended that you take the time to farm for Lapis Lazuli.
Of course, that spawns the question of how to get Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro. To help clear everything up, we’ve put together a quick guide on ways to farm for Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Ways to Farm for Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro
Lapis Lazuli is a valuable form of currency in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in that you can use it to upgrade your Shinobi Prosthetic Tools. There are a variety of different ways to farm for Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro, with some methods being easier than others. For example, Lapis Lazuli hs a chance to drop in Fountainhead Palace when you kill Okami Warriors, although Lapis is a notoriously rare drop.
To increase the likelihood of receiving Lapis Lazuli as a reward for killing Okami Warriors, you can ring the Senpou Temple bell. By ringing this particular bell, you’ll activate Sinister Burden which makes the enemies you encounter harder, but also ups the odds of receiving rare drops including Lapis Lazuli.
Alternatively, you can farm for Treasure Carp Scales by killing Giant Carp in Sekiro. Once you’ve done this, head over to the Ashina Castle Grounds and speak with the Fountainhead Pot Noble. In doing so, you can exchange your Treasure Carp Scales for Lapis Lazuli. Note that you can only purchase 2 Lapis Lazuli this way, with each Lapis Lazuli setting you back 6 Treasure Carp Scales each.
You can also get a Lapis Lazuli by following the “Truly Precious Bait” side quest. For more on how to get Truly Precious Bait and Lapis Lazuli from this, be sure to check out our previous guide. Another side quest way to get Lapis Lazuli is by killing the Shichimen Warrior. Again, for more on where to find the Shichimen Warrior and how to kill him, read through our previous guide.
We were also able to grab 2 Lapis Lazuli by killing the Demon of Hatred located within the Ashina Castle Grounds, though this option doesn’t become available until much later on in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Again, Lapis Lazuli is valuable in that it can be used to upgrade your Shinobi Prosthetic Tools.
By following the suggestions above, you should be able to acquire a nice inventory of Lapis Lazuli. Be sure to check back though, as we’ll be updating this guide as we uncover new ways to farm for Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. For more ways to farm for Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, also be sure to watch the video below courtesy of YouTube user 100% Guides!
Now that you know the best ways to farm for Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, be sure to check out some of our other guides including where to find the Hidden Tooth in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, where to find the Loaded Umbrella in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and the best ways to farm for Sen in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.