Ghost of Tsushima’s Vanity Gear are some of the game’s best cosmetic items, but not all of them are a cinch to acquire. That’s why we’re here to walk you through where you can find the Ariake Lighthouse Vanity Gear and how long it takes to get it in Ghost of Tsushima.
Ariake Lighthouse Vanity Gear Location in Ghost of Tsushima
During Ghost of Tsushima’s first act, you’ll be given the option to explore the world early on. This will give you the chance to track down and explore a number of nearby locations on the map, not least of which being the Ariake Lighthouse to the northeast of the Golden Forest.
However, to claim the vanity gear located there, you’ll need to first progress through the main missions until you obtain the grappling hook. This tool is needed to reach the upper portion of the Lighthouse, and without it, you won’t be able to obtain the Vanity Gear located there.
Proceed through the game until you obtain the grappling hook, and then head over to the Ariake Lighthouse. Once there, climb the ladders leading to its highest level and then walk out onto the outer structures to use the grappling hook to reach its rooftop. Once there, you can find the Natural Vengeance Headband and claim it as your own.
What the Ariake Lighthouse Vanity Gear Does
As for what getting the Ariake Lighthouse Vanity Gear does for you in Ghost of Tsushima, the answer is not much.
While it does provide you with a headband that has a neat green and brown color motif, while also counting toward the trophy for collecting every piece of vanity gear, it doesn’t provide you with any sort of stat bonus. As such, it’s an entirely optional piece of equipment for you to track down if you aren’t a completionist.
Hopefully, this cleared up what the location of the Ariake Lighthouse Vanity Gear is in Ghost of Tsushima and how to get it. For more on the game, check out our guide wiki. It has plenty of tips, tricks, and info on other topics like how to get the long bow and how to get the All in the Wrist trophy.
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