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Sekiro: How to Get Malcontent’s Ring

How to Get Malcontent’s Ring in Sekiro

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Developed by FromSoftware, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a third-person action game with an in-depth combat system and several upgrade trees to get into. Here’s how to get the Malcontent’s Ring upgrade material in Sekiro.

What It’s For

The Malcontent’s Ring is a unique upgrade material that’s required for one of the skill nodes for the Malcontent Shinobi Prosthetic Tool. Once you have it, just bring it back to the Sculptor at the Dilapidated Temple and upgrade it.

Do note that you’ll need to pay up some Sen to actually complete this process.

Getting Malcontent’s Ring in Sekiro

The Malcontent’s Ring can be obtained about halfway through the story in Sekiro. After defeating the Guardian Ape in Bodhisattva Valley, go ahead and leave the area and rest at another Sculptor’s Idol.

When you check your list of fast travel points again, you’ll notice that the Guardian Ape’s Burrow Sculptor Idol has been greyed out. Now, warp to the Hidden Forest Sculptor’s Idol, then turn around and grapple to the ledge. This will lead you to the Burrow, where you can now fight the Shichimen Warrior mini-boss.

The Shichimen Warrior is one of the apparition-type enemies in Sekiro, similar to the Headless mini-boss, which means that you’ll need some Divine Confetti to defeat him, and bring some Pacifying Agents with you just in case.

Upon defeating the Shichimen Warrior, you’ll receive the Malcontent’s Ring as a reward. And with that, you’ll be able to head back to the Sculptor and get your unique upgrade in Sekiro.

That’s all you need to know about how to get the Malcontent’s Ring upgrade material in Sekiro, and what it’s used for. Be sure to check our Sekiro guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.


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