Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Wiki
Battlefield Memorial Mob Crow's Bed Memorial Mob Dungeon Memorial Mob Exiled Memorial Mob Shugendo Memorial Mob Toxic Memorial Mob
Where you find the departed, you'll find the Memorial Mob.
Whether it be along a recent battlefield, an abandoned dungeon...
The Memorial Mob will make an appearance.
If you seek them out, they'll surely present their wares.


The Crow's Bed Memorial Mob (鳥の友たる供養衆) is a merchant surrounded by a storm of crows who sells offerings for the dead.


Progression #1

Fountainhead Palace (Fountainhead Palace)

Upon defeating the Corrupted Monk, the Dragon's Tally Board she drops will unlock new items at every merchant.

Progression #2

Ashina Outskirts (Outskirts Wall - Stairway)

Complete Anayama's questline (see his page for in depth info) to acquire the Promissory Note, which will discount by 10% the cost of every item sold by merchants.

Medicinal Pellets that slowly restore Vitality. A secret treatment passed down for generations in these lands, records say it has been used in battles since times long gone, and lent to the famed resilience of Ashina warriors. A pill case full of these pellets would also serve as a battle charm.
Sen.png 50 Stock: 4
Antidote Powder.png
Antidote Powder
A powerful Antidote concoted by the Sunken Valley clan.

Heals status abnormality "Poison", and for a time decreases Poison buildup while increasing Poison resistance. Magnetic deposits are found in the Sunken Valley, but the place is dangerously toxic. Antidote Powder is essential for anyone attempting to mine the ore.

Cost: Sen.png 30 Stock: 6
Ungo's Sugar.png
Ungo's Sugar
Candy made in Senpou Temple, imbued with Ungo's blessing. Reduces damage to one's Vitality for a time. The blessing is received by biting the candy and taking the Ungo stance. Spiritfall is from the excess karma of man, which means one must bite the sweets hard and endure. The Senpou monks spread these sweets across Ashina as a tribute to its military heroes.
Cost: Sen.png 50 Stock: 2
Light Coin Purse.png
Light Coin Purse
A purse filled with a small amount of sen. It can be used to acquire the sen inside. Has a somewhat satisfying weight to it. The sen in the purse is not lost upon death.
Cost: Sen.png 110 Stock: 3
Robert's Firecrackers.png
Robert's Firecrackers
Firecrackers from across southern seas. Can be fitted to the Shinobi Prosthetic to become a Prosthetic Tool.

Makes a deafening sound, frightening to animals. Sold by little Robert and his father to raise funds for their travels. Their voyage brought them to Japan, where they would seek the "Undying" in an attempt to extend Robert's life.

(unavailable if already bought from the Battlefield Memorial Mob)

Cost: Sen.png 500 Stock: 1
Eel Liver.png
Eel Liver
A miraculous drug capable of banishing lightning offered at the Ashina Clan Altar.

Greatly reduces the amount of damage received from lightning attacks, as well as the "Shock" status abnormality. Lightning is a force of the gods. Eels, while small, are relatives of dragons. Even a god's force can be suppressed, though probably not for long.

(unlocked by the Dragon's Tally Board)

Cost: Sen.png 50 Stock: ∞
Divine Confetti.png
Divine Confetti
Confetti imbued with a divine blessing made for driving away apparitions.

The paper is made ceremoniously, whereby pulp is spread thin using water from the exalted Fountainhead. As the gods bless the waters, so too will the confetti bless one who basks in its touch, allowing attacks to connect with apparition-type enemies.

(unlocked by the Dragon's Tally Board)

Cost: Sen.png 300 Stock: ∞
Snap Seed.png
Snap Seed
Fumewort seeds that make a loud noise if you snap them. Useful for breaking the effect of illusion techniques. If an illusion occurs, it is because someone created it. To crush the phantoms and return to reality one must defeat the creator of the illusion. Snap seeds can be of great help in that regard.

(unlocked by the Dragon's Tally Board)

Cost: Sen.png 80 Stock: ∞
Scrap Iron.png
Scrap Iron
Iron dregs mined in Ashina.

Widely used for basic reinforcement, it can serve as a base material for Prosthetic Tool upgrades. Ashina is burdened with thick snow and infertile land, but the scrap iron dug from her soil is anything but crude.

(unlocked by the Dragon's Tally Board)

Cost: Sen.png 150 Stock: ∞
Black Gunpowder.png
Black Gunpowder
Black grains forming the base for gunpowder.

Material used in alchemical prosthetic Tool upgrades, including those of an explosive and occultic nature. Even the most mundane form of gunpowder has a wide variety of applications.

(unlocked by the Dragon's Tally Board)

Cost: Sen.png 150 Stock: ∞

Rot Essence

Rot Essence Mob.png
Rot Essence: Crow Mob    
First Encounter with a Mob Memorial Mob: Care to purchase an offering?

Wolf: An offering?
Memorial Mob: Indeed. I sell items to be offered to the dead, so they might rest in peace. From the looks of you, I'd wager you know a thing or two about death. Go ahead, buy an offering.

First Encounter Memorial Mob: Care to purchase an offering?

Wolf: Another one.....
Memorial Mob: Where you find the departed, you'll find the Memorial Mob... Just like the crows. ...go ahead, buy an offering.

Leaving Memorial Mob: Where you find the departed, you'll find the Memorial Mob... Wherever your travels take you, make sure you bring some offerings with you.
Greeting (Generic) Memorial Mob: Care to purchase an offering?
After Purchasing Robert's Firecrackers Memorial Mob: Don't use that thing around here, it'll scare the crows. Leaps and bounds smarter than other animals. Cruelty will not be tolerated...
Leaving (Generic) Memorial Mob: May the departed rest in peace...
When Infected with Dragonrot Memorial Mob: Memorial offerings and illnesses go hand in hand... Chest, so tight... I must... make an offering...


  • Purchasing Robert's Firecrackers is a necessary step to unlock the "All Prosthetic Tools" and "Master of the Prosthetic" trophies.


  • "供養" is an act of making an offering to or a memorial service for the dead, while "衆" is a person belonging to a group or being under a lord's command, making their Japanese name translate to something akin to "those offering to the dead".

Cut Content

Cut Dialogues
When Killed Curse you...
May the departed... rest in peace...
When Given the Medicine to Cure Dragonrot Thanks.
Looks like I've been cured, thanks to you.
Thank heavens, now I can continue my life's work of selling offerings. Afterall, no one escapes death. Now how about an offering?