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Bosses are powerful, special enemies who represent a significant challenge and typically require a little more cerebral approach to solving encounters with them. Furthermore, defeating them is also integral to advancing the plot of the game and recovering the Young Lord. A boss usually has unique moves, abilities, more health and their own arena.

Bosses

Corrupted Monk Icon.png
Demon of Hatred Icon.png
Divine Dragon Icon.png
Corrupted Monk Demon of Hatred Divine Dragon
Folding Screen Monkeys Icon.png
Genichiro Ashina Icon.png
Great Shinobi - Owl Icon.png
Folding Screen Monkeys Genichiro Ashina Great Shinobi - Owl
Guardian Ape Icon.png
Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa Icon.png
Headless Ape Icon.png
Guardian Ape Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa Headless Ape
Isshin, the Sword Saint Icon.png
Isshin Ashina (Shura) Icon.png
Lady Butterfly Icon.png
Isshin, the Sword Saint Isshin Ashina (Shura) Lady Butterfly
Owl (Father) Icon.png
True Monk Icon.png
Owl (Father) True Monk

Mini-Bosses

A Mini-Boss has additional attacks and multiple health bars. They don't respawn after being killed and give special loot. There are many Mini-Bosses in Sekiro.

All items (18)

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