Whenever you die in Sekiro, you lose half of your Sen and skill experience unless Unseen Aid activates for you. Don’t know how to activate Unseen Aid for yourself? Read on to find out.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice shares a somewhat similar system with the Souls series by FromSoftware. In Soul series games, you would lose everything when you died and you have to reclaim it. Similarly, in Sekiro you would lose half of the skill experience and Sen if you died. It’s important to add that the Sen in Coin Purses is unaffected.
What is Unseen Aid in Sekiro?
The Unseen Aid is a unique kind of aid that players have a chance of activating. This aid allows the player to all of their Sen and skill experience whenever they die. If the Unseen is activated, the player will see a message on their screen when they respawn at the Sculptor’s Idol.
How to activate Unseen Aid in Sekiro?
There is no fixed way to activate Unseen Aid in Sekiro. There is no guarantee of it being activated when you die. The mechanic works on a percentage based system, the percentage is the likelihood of the Unseen Aid being activated.
The maximum percentage is 30 percent and it can fall to a minimum of 4 percent.
What Increases the chance of Unseen Aid being activated in Sekiro?
Healing NPCs that are inflicted by Dragonrot increases the chance of Unseen Aid being activated. You can heal these characters using Recovery Charm and a Dragon’s Blood Droplet.
What decreases the chance of Unseen Aid being activated in Sekiro?
Dying a lot and incurring Dragonrot decreases the percentage. Also, possessing multiple Rot Essence decrease the chances of Unseen Aid being activated.
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is now available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.