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Sekiro: How to Get to Senpou Temple

how to get to senpou temple in sekiro

Sekiro: How to Get to Senpou Temple

How to Get to Senpou Temple in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Struggling to find your way to Senpou Temple in Sekiro to help you progress on your adventure and save Kuro once and for all? Well, read on, we’ve got you covered.

How to Get to Senpou Temple in Sekiro

First things first, it’s worth noting that Senpou Temple can only be accessed once you’ve defeated Gyoubu Oniwa. Once you’ve done this, return to the Ashina Castle Sculptor’s Idol and turn around to find the old lady standing on the bridge.

Make your way towards her, and you’ll see that directly across from her is a grapple point that can be hooked onto. Grapple over and cross the bridge with the two guards. You can choose to fight these, or just make your way around them and run away if you’re not feeling up to the challenge of combat.

Next, you’ll need to use your grappling hook again to grapple onto the top of the large gateway directly in front of you. Navigate this, and you’ll be greeted with some wolves and a large enemy to deal with. Take care of these and follow the linear path towards the Abandoned Dungeon.

Navigating the Abandoned Dungeon

The Abandoned Dungeon has a bunch of different rooms you can explore branching off its main corridor. However, it’s actually not all that important to go and check this out. You can actually ignore all of these if you just want to get to Senpou Temple in Sekiro.

Instead, if you just keep heading straight on, you’ll reach an elevator soon enough. Take the elevator and you’ll have to swim your way out once it stops. Watch out for the guards on the platform as you’re swimming, and take care of them as needed. Continue swimming and you’ll eventually reach Senpou Temple.

There you have how to get to Senpou Temple in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. For more tips, tricks, and guides for your adventure as the one-armed wolf, be sure to check out our ever-expanding Sekiro guide wiki.

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