_ \ | _) | | | / _` | __ `__ \ | | | < ( | | | | | \___/ _|\_\\__,_|_| _| _|_| Collectibles Guide By: GTRagnarok Version: 1.03 Contents 1. About This Guide 2. Travel Guides 3. Treasure 4. Sun Fragments 5. Secret Brush Skills 6. Copyright And Legal Stuff 7. Contact Info 8. Conclusion ============================================================== 1. About This Guide -------------------------------------------------------------- This is a collectibles guide for Okami. It incorporates the Travel guides, unique treasures, Sun Fragments, and secret brush skills. I've only included the unique treasures seeing as how you can easily obtain multiple copies of the normal ones. ============================================================== 2. Travel Guides -------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Travel Tips - You get this automatically when you start the game 2. Greenspout Tips - In Hana Valley, after learning Bloom, bloom the cursed grass near the bridge to make it appear 3. Digging Tips - After blooming the Guardian Sapling in Hana Valley, go back and fight the demons at the campfire again. The guide is on the island that appears 4. Fleeing Battle - It appears in front of the Guardian Sapling in Shinshu Field after you bloom the sapling 5. Feeding - In Shinshu Field, it's located beside the sign at the entrance to Agata Forest 6. Legend of Orochi - In Shinshu Field, it's right in front of Tama's house 7. Enhancing Weapons - In Agata Forest, it's right in front of the Tsuta Ruins entrance 8. Battle Tips - It's right beside Kiba, the demon fang merchant, in Agata Forest on the path towards Taka Pass 9. Enhancing Divinity - Right after entering Tsuta Ruins, it's in a chest opposite the save mirror 10. Godhood Tips - In Tsuta, it's on the steps leading up to the boss chamber 11. Ink Bullet Tips - In Agata Forest, you'll find it right after crossing the log near the exit to Taka Pass 12. Brush Tips - In the Gale Shrine in the room with the windmills and rotating platform, it's right on the edge of the west path after you turn the platform 13. Mother Tree - In the City Checkpoint, there's a staircase to the left, right before crossing the bridge. The travel guide is under the staircase 14. Land of the Gods - In Sei-An City, it's the chest on the right in Priestess Rao's room 15. Celestial Envoy - In Ryoshima Coast, inside the Sunken Ship. It's among the many chests that you find in the first large room 16. Veil of Mist Tech - It appears immediately after getting the Fog Pot from the Emperor in Sei-An City for 80 Demon Fangs 17. Holy Artifacts - In the Queen's palace in Sei-An City, it's right before the lava room after going up the elevator 18. Northern Land - In the area of the Queen's palace, there are two side rooms that branch off of the main building. It's inside the room on the right 19. Inferno Tech - It appears immediately after learning Fireburst from Chef Yama in Sei-An City 20. Mark of Kabegami - On Catcall Island in North Ryoshima Coast, it's at the base of the tower 21. Galestorm Tech - It appears immediately after learning Whirlwind from Chef Umi in North Ryoshima Coast 22. Powerslash 2 - It appears immediately after learning Powerslash 2 from the Divine Spring in North Ryoshima Coast 23. Cherry Bomb 2 - It appears immediately after learning Cherry Bomb 2 from the Divine Spring in North Ryoshima Coast 24. Waterspout Tech 1 - It appears immediately after learning Fountain in the Dragon Palace 25. Waterspout Tech 2 - It appears immediately after learning Deluge in Sei-An City 26. Thunderstorm Tech - It appears immediately after learning Thunderbolt from Gen in Sei-An City 27. Another Civilization - In Ezofuji, it's right beside the save mirror that is next to the praying altar 28. Cherry Bomb 3 - It appears immediately after learning Cherry Bomb 3 from the Divine Spring in Kamui 29. Tribe of the Moon - In Kamui, there is a cave on the west side of the map, near the small bridge. The guide is on a small platform inside the cave 30. Powerslash 3 - It appears immediately after learning Powerslash 3 from the Divine Spring in Ezofuji ============================================================== 3. Treasure -------------------------------------------------------------- Rabbit Statue - In Kamiki Village, slash one of the underwater chests in the creek near the small bridge to get the statue - In the Gale Shrine in the room with the large elevator, draw a Cherry Bomb on the elevator, but stand clear so that the elevator goes up without you. Jump down to the area below to find the statue Rat Statue - In Shinshu Field, it's inside a cave in front of Tama's house. It's hard to miss as it is necessary to blow up the cracked wall of the cave while learning Cherry Bomb Tiger Statue - It's located in Taka Pass. After you go through the tunnel near the entrance and come out on the upper level, head forward and look up to find a Konohana Blossom. Use Vine on it and on all the subsequent blossoms. You'll eventually reach the last one and drop down on a boulder with the statue. Note that you'll find a small ledge as you're going through the blossoms. Just continue past it Dragon Statue - In the City Checkpoint, after you get the bridge down, go to the middle of the bridge and use Vine on the Konohana Blossom above you. Continue to use Vine on the blossoms that follow. Drop down after the fifth blossom to land on an island with the statue Monkey Statue - It's inside the Sunken Ship in Ryoshima Coast. After you connect the barrel to the hooks in the room with the giant hand, stand on the barrel and jump up to the ledge above you to find the statue Rooster Statue - In Sei-An City, after clearing the mist, the statue is in a chest behind where the Emperor is sitting Sheep Statue - In Sei-An City's Aristocratic Quarter. Right after you go past the two guards guarding the palace, turn right. The statue is in a buried chest under the tree Horse Statue - It's behind Waka's floating headquarter in Sei-An City. To reach it, use waterspout on the pool in the southeast of the Commoner's Quarter Boar Statue - It's in North Ryoshima Coast, in a hidden underground cave near the pool of golden water on the east side of the mainland. Drop down the ledge with the pool on the east side Cat Statue - It's found on Catcall Tower in North Ryoshima Coast. It's on the final small protruding platform (the one with all 8 red marks) Dog Statue - It's on Watcher's Cape (the raised up plateau on the mainland that is only accessible by using the Catwalk skill) in North Ryoshima Coast. The statue is buried in the circular center area. It's in the middle of 3 small shrubs Snake Statue - In Ryoshima Coast, it's between the two mountains that are tied with a rope out at sea Bull Statue - In Agata Forest, it's buried right in front of the entrance to the Tsuta Ruins. The Digging Champ dojo skill is required Amber Tassels - It's in a buried chest in Kamui. The chest is located just a few steps south of the Mermaid Spring Amethyst Tassels - In Kamui, follow the frozen river north all the way to the end. You will find a ledge with some cranes and the treasure Jade Tassels - In a buried chest in Wep'keer. Right after entering the village, turn to the right. The chest is near the rabbits and the snowman Cat's Eye Tassels - In Yoshpet Forest, take the very first wrong path that you come across (a "wrong path" meaning that the path splits left and right and you take the path that the arrow sign isn't pointing to) Agate Tassels - In Ponc'Tan, near the entrance. There's a small platform to the right that you can either Vine or make a sprinting double jump to Turquoise Tassels - In the second half of Ponc'tan, it's the very first chest that you come across. Hard to miss Ruby Tassels - In Wawku Shrine. In the very first room with the two cannons, there are two buried chests where the cannons are/were. The one on the right contains the treasure Sapphire Tassels - In Wawku Shrine after climbing the large room with the elevator shaft and going past the room with the fast spinning gears, you'll be outside. Here, just melt the frozen chest to get the treasure Emerald Tassels - In Wawku Shrine, after the outside area with a lot of cannons, there's a room with a bunch of red hot spinning wheels. Here, there's a small platform on the left that contains the treasure ============================================================== 4. Sun Fragments -------------------------------------------------------------- 1. In Hana Valley, after obtaining the Bloom brush skill, bloom all the Cherry Blossoms and enemy trees to make the fragment appear in front of the giant mural 2. In Kamiki, it's on the small island on the water behind Susano's house. It's hard to miss as you are forced to make water lilies to reach the island while learning the Water Lily brush skill 3. In the Gale Shrine, it's at the very top. After going up the final staircase to the top, turn back and it's in a nook above that staircase 4. In Kusa Village, after obtaining the Galestorm brush skill, go to second level via the Konohana Blossom behind the inn. Follow the wooden path and use Galestorm on the banners at the end. Leap across to find the fragment 5. In Taka Pass, complete the treasure dig with Bingo after obtaining the Galestorm skill. He's located near the exit to the City Checkpoint 6. Defeat the Bandit Spider in the underground cave in Ryoshima Coast. The cave is located in the north, below the temple. Digging Champ dojo skill is required 7. Inside the Sunken Ship in Ryoshima Coast. In the room with the cannon, shoot the top gate to find the fragment 8. In Sei-An City's Commoner's Quarter, find the locked gray building in the southwest. Blow up the side of the building to get inside. Inside, climb up to the second floor, walk along the beams, and drop down into the small caged area to find the fragment 9. On Catcall Tower in North Ryoshima. At the very top of the tower, there's a protruding platform behind the giant cat statue. The fragment is located at the end of the platform 10. Defeat the Bandit Spider in the underground cave in North Ryoshima Coast. The cave is located on the medium sized island among the group of three in the west. Digging Champ dojo skill is required 11. Defeat the Bandit Spider in the underground cave in Kamui. The cave is located in the northernmost area. Head up the path towards Wep'keer and jump off near the top and then head inside the small tunnel. Digging Champ dojo skill required 12. In Wep'keer, head up the steps beside the merchant. Head up the next steps to the left. Head up the third set of steps to the left. Turn right to find some sheep. Go left here past the sheep and jump off when you get to the bridge with the frozen waterfall to find the fragment 13. In Ezofuji, it's found on a ledge that runs along the northernmost wall. To get to it, go up the main path on the left until you reach Tuskle's house. Use Vine on the Konohana Blossom to the right, and then jump down to the cliff with the gray patch of dirt below. Now look up and use Vine on the northern blossom to reach the ledge 14. In the second half of Yoshpet Forest, after the Ponc'tan Clearing, the fragment is located at the end of the third "wrong way" path 15. Defeat the Twin Demons Nechku and Lechku in Wawku Shrine to receive the final fragment ============================================================== 5. Secret Brush Skills -------------------------------------------------------------- Fireburst - Learned from Chef Yama in the restaurant kitchen in Sei-An City's Commoner's Quarter. You'll have to find the Golden Mushroom first. To obtain it, head to Taka Pass. Find the moles above the Cutter's house and beat them at their game. Take the tea cup that you get to the shop owner at the entrance of Taka Pass to get the mushroom. Give it to Yama and you'll be able to learn Fireburst, giving you the ability to summon fire at any time. Powerslash 2 - Obtained by offering 60,000 Yen at the Divine Spring in North Ryoshima Coast. The spring is located on the small, northernmost island. Slash the rock that is on the island to reveal a hole. Powerslash 2 allows you to cut the purplish iron rocks Powerslash 3 - Obtained by offering 360,000 Yen at the Divine Spring in Ezofuji. The spring is located on a cliff that you jump to from the main left path. Use the map to help locate the cliff. Once you're on the cliff, use Powerslash 2 to slash the iron rock, revealing a hole. Powerslash 3 allows you to cut the greenish diamond rocks Cherry Bomb 2 - Obtained by offering 120,000 Yen at the Divine Spring in North Ryoshima Coast. The spring is located on the northern island that appears to have a natural pier. Bomb the cracked ground on the island to reveal a hole. Cherry Bomb 2 allows you to draw 2 bombs at once, IE you draw one, let it appear, and immediately draw another Cherry Bomb 3 - Obtained by offering 300,000 Yen at the Divine Spring in Kamui. The spring is located to the left of the Guardian Sapling. Use the Konohana Blossom beside the sapling to get up there. Then, use Cherry Bomb 2 to reveal the hole. Cherry Bomb 3 allows you to draw 3 bombs at once, IE you draw one, let it appear, draw another, let it appear, and then draw a third one Mist Warp - Obtained by trading 80 Demon Fangs with the Emperor in Sei-An City. After you've revived the Emperor and cleared the mist, go talk to him in his room and you can buy the Fog Pot for 80 Demon Fangs. It allows to warp between the larger save mirrors that have an X. Just stand in front of a save mirror and draw an X through it. It allows you to reach a couple of, otherwise, unreachable places Whirlwind - Learned from Chef Umi in the restaurant kitchen in North Ryoshima Coast. First, you'll have to buy a Marlin Rod from the merchant in Sei-An City or the one in North Ryoshima Coast. Then, head to one of the western islands and talk to the guy on the pier. Help him fish a marlin. Return to the kitchen and you'll be able to learn Whirlwind from Umi. With it, you can summon a powerful tornado to surround you Fountain (whirlpool) - Obtained after completing the digging game with the dancer in the Dragon Palace. Complete the reversed dig and you'll be able to learn the skill from the dancer. Fountain allows you to warp through the Mermaid Springs without having to use a Mermaid Coin Thunderbolt - Learned from Gen in Sei-An City's Aristocratic Quarter after Oni Island. To learn it, you first need to head to Shinshu Field and beat Ida (the mailman running around) in a race three times. Once you beat him the third time, he will hand over the Gimmick Gear. Now, go to the Aristocratic Quarter. In the northwest area, there's a tall tower. Climb it using the Catwalk skill and the cat statues in the back. Inside, give the gear to Gen and you can learn Thunderbolt. It allows you to summon lightning at any time Deluge (rain) - This skill can be obtained after completing Oni Island. Head behind the Queen's palace to find a small pool of water. Use Waterspout and draw the water to the four giant stones in the background to learn Deluge. It allows you to summon a rainstorm at will Ice Storm - This skill is unique in that you don't have to complete any certain task to be able to use it. It's available as soon as you get the Blizzard brush skill. To use it, just draw an X with a line going through it (horizontally or vertically). It will summon a rain of ice ============================================================== 6. Copyright And Legal Stuff -------------------------------------------------------------- This may not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal, private use. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other web site or as a part of any public display is strictly prohibited and is a violation of copyright. All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. ============================================================== 7. Contact Info -------------------------------------------------------------- If you: - Want to use this guide on your website - See a problem in this guide (I'd appreciate any notice about grammar/spelling errors that you see) - Have any questions Then contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org Make sure to have Okami somewhere in the subject if you're going to email me. ============================================================== 8. Conclusion -------------------------------------------------------------- That's it. I hope you've found this guide to be helpful.