Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice includes a great number of intriguing elements that you will pick up as you explore the game, and in the true fashion of FromSoftware, discovering their purpose often remains in your hands. One of those elements that you will find several times is Monkey Booze. This powerful beverage attracts many of Sekiro’s NPCs and can be used to discover more of the world’s history. In this guide we will explain what to use Monkey Booze for in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Monkey Booze is a type of Sake in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Sake can be offered to a selection of NPCs to listen to the dialogue about their past and the history of Ashina. In this guide we will focus on Monkey Booze.
Monkey Booze can be offered to the following NPCs:
- The sculptor
- Isshin Ashina
Talk to any of the NPCs listed above and you will have the option to “Offer Sake” to them. Select this and you can choose the Sake that is currently in your inventory that can be offered. Select the Monkey Booze for its unique dialog.
All of them will comment on the strength of the sake, and while we will not spoil the exact details of their dialogue, The Sculptor’s words are probably the most interesting. It will tell you about its past and even refer to the whistle you will find in the guardian monkey.
There are three sources of Monkey Booze in Sekiro, which means that, unlike other Sake, you will have enough to give all the NPCs listed above, as long as you know where to find it. If you are looking for all the booze, check the locations listed below.
- In the passage from Sunken Valley, after the idol of the Riven Cave sculptor, there is a large group of around 20 monkeys. Kill them all to get the Monkey Booze.
- On the way to the Senpou Temple, near the White Mill and the Demon Bell, Booze is in the hands of a statue in a side room next to the door of the Barred Demon Bell.
- After fighting the snake eyes of Shirahagi At Ashina Depths, there is a path that you can climb to the left in the cave. A path here will take you to a Prayer Bead, but keep going, crouching under the rocks to find a solitary monkey enemy with a bit of Monkey Booze.
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