How to Farm Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro
Developed by FromSoftware, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a third-person action combat with a deep combat system and upgrade mechanics for players to dive into. Here’s how to farm Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro.
What It’s For in Sekiro
Lapis Lazuli is a valuable crafting material used to upgrade your Shinobi Prosthetic Tools in the game. Once you have enough, just bring them to the Sculptor at the Dilapidated Temple, and you’ll be able to upgrade various Prosthetic Tools such as the Loaded Axe and Flame Vent.
Do note that you’ll need to spend a bit of Sen to upgrade your gear as well.
How to Farm Lapis Lazuli
Because it’s an extremely valuable item in Sekiro, you’re going to have to put in a bit of work if you want to farm it.
If you have enough Treasure Carp Scales, you can purchase two Lapis Lazuli from the Fountainhead Pot Noble at Ashina Castle Grounds, which is an area you’ll get to near the end of the story.
However, if you’re looking to grind and farm the materials, you’ll be able to get them as a rare drop from the Okami Warriors in Fountainhead Palace. Since it’s such a rare drop, we definitely recommend ringing the demon bell at Senpou Temple.
By doing this, you’ll get the Sinister Burden, which strengthens all enemies around you but also increases your chances of getting valuable drops. Have the Sinister Burden active while farming, and when you’re done, just use the Bell Demon consumable item in your inventory to dispel the burden, and everything will revert back to normal.
That’s all you need to know about how to farm Lapis Lazuli in Sekiro. Be sure to check our Sekiro guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.