How to Get Mist Raven Feathers & What They’re Used For in Sekiro
Shinobi Prosthetic Tools are a vital part of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’s combat. Although you’ll get some of these prosthetics automatically through the story, quite a few of them are optional and hidden away in Sekiro’s various areas. With that, here’s how to get Mist Raven Feathers and what they’re used for in Sekiro.
How to Get Mist Raven Feathers
Before you can do anything with Mist Raven Feathers, you’ll actually need to acquire them. Despite what it sounds like, these are actually one singular item that you can find, tucked away in the Bamboo Thicket Slope area.
After you beat the Shinobi Hunter Enshin of Misen in the Hirata Estate, you’ll gain access to the Bamboo Thicket Slope. Luckily, we have a guide on how to beat Enshin if you need help. If you’ve just beaten the boss head straight into the area, otherwise spawn at the Bamboo Thicket Slope Sculptor’s Idol right inside the entrance.
Walk up the stairway from the idol and then find a grapple point on your left, and head up. Now go through the clearing and then drop down into the river. Swimming against the tide, head up the river until you see a grapple point. Head up and follow the wall on the right until you reach a bamboo door that leads into a cave.
In the cave, you’ll find a giant pagoda and a purple ninja, intent on killing you. Now you have two options here; you can fight and kill the ninja, or you can kite around him to the doors of the pagoda.
You don’t actually have to kill the ninja, so if you think you can avoid his attacks just kite and open the doors of the pagoda, then you’ll see the Mist Raven Feathers right inside. Grab the item and book it out of the cave.
What to Do With Them
Now that you actually have the Mist Raven Feathers, head back to the Dilapidated Temple and talk to the Sculptor. Giving him the item will net you a brand new Shinobi Prosthetic called the Mist Raven.
This allows you to pull a neat trick on the enemy by disappearing in a cloud of mist whenever it’s used, then reappearing with the chance to take the enemy unaware. Each use will cost two Spirit Emblems. It’s definitely a useful new tool to add to your arsenal in Sekiro.
Hopefully, that answer how to get Mist Raven Feathers and what they’re used for in Sekiro. For even more tips, tricks, and info make sure to search Twinfinite, as well as take a look at our Sekiro guide wiki.