Sekiro guide: Ashina Castle bell enemy

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Not only bosses feel unbeatable Sekiro – sometimes even common enemies can cause big headaches. Take for example the bell-carrying giant found near Ashina Castle > Ashina Castle idol of the sculptor. His size alone reveals that he is a tough opponent. And he also has to deal with brutal attacks.

This guide will help you defeat him easily.

Where can I find the enemy bell?

In Ashina Castle > Ashina Castle Sculptor’s Idol, back out a bit and stand on the bridge. Turn left facing the stairs – this is where an NPC sits that you can talk to. Jump off the bridge and grab the branch in front of you.

Through the door you’ll find a couple of bandits talking – hear a hint of an upcoming boss. Kill them and then continue across the bridge.

Grab the door at the top and look down. You will see the enemy bell and three guard dogs.

secret deathblow

The easiest way to kill the bell enemy is to use a single stealth finisher blow. You just have to do some homework first.

From the ceiling, aim at one of the dogs, preferably the one in the far right corner. hit it with one shuriken your prosthesis. He will suddenly die and everyone else will investigate.

Make sure you target another of the dogs and not the giant with the bell and throw another one. His target will probably automatically change to Giant. Switch to the third dog and then throw another shuriken.

As soon as the third dog dies, drop to the ground. Move a little to the left to stay out of the giant’s line of sight, then quickly move behind him. If you move fast enough, you’ll get a fatal blow and a one-hit kill.

You can see the whole process in the video above.


If you don’t use the Stealth Deathblow or get spotted, you’ll have to attack the enemy in the bell more directly. It’s a surprisingly tough fight for a non-boss opponent. The giant will throw and swing the bell in big attacks. Getting caught can drain your health quickly (even after many hours of play).

Below we show you his most dangerous moves. The general advice for dealing damage is to stay as far behind as possible. Wait to deal damage if you’re engaged in an attack and can’t turn or defend.

The first move to watch out for is when you turn the bell. Your best approach here is to block the first hit and then bump into it. Ideally you want to be behind him, but when the bell rings he can’t fight back. Just be ready when he hands you back the bell, you can get hit from behind.

This enemy’s only dangerous attack is an air movement that traps you like a bug in the bell. You’ll know it’s coming when it holds the bell vertically and lifts it. When the red kanji appears, start dodging. You can safely move away from him, but it’s better to dodge to the side. You will repeat this movement three or four times. Each time the bell goes off, dodge sideways at least twice. Don’t attack or stop dodging until you’re right behind him. You can see what happens if you attack too early at the end of the video above.

The other movement to watch is a wave of attacks. He will swing the bell over his head several times, then continue to hold the bell and bang it on the ground in front of him. Block as much as you can as he spins behind him.

Bell Enemy Rewards

When you defeat him for the first time, you get magnetite residues. Don’t forget to enter them black powder also in this area. You can find them through the gate he guards Ashina Castle > Sculptor’s idol at the entrance of the abandoned dungeon and a commemorative crowd Salesperson.

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