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This page of IGNs Ghost of Tsushima guide contains The Tale of Lady Masako walkthrough (part of the main campaign: Jin’s Journey) in which Jin searches for Lady Masako, a renown warrior from clan Adachi.
The Tale of Lady Masako guide includes tips for finding Lady Masako, locating and trailing Sogen, obtaining the Samurai Clan armor, and combat tips for defeating the group of Bandits that you encounter. Rewards for this quest include a Major Legend Increase, and the Samurai Clan armor.
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- Lady Masako and the women of clan Adachi are warriors of great renown. If they survived the invasion, they could help me free Lord Shimura. I need to find Lady Masako and deliver news of her husband’s death.
The Tale of Lady Masako Rewards:
- Major Legend Increase, Samurai Clan Armor
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Travel to the Adachi Estate
Search the guest house, search the main house, search the stables, follow the footprints, follow masako, look for sogen, speak with the armorer, speak with lady masako, trail sogen, defeat the bandits, confront sogen, search the inn.
As you arrive at the Adachi Estate, you will find that it has been attacked.
Unable to find Lady Masako, search the guest house for clues. As you near the door to the guest house, three Assassins will jump through the door. Assassins are quick, so be prepared to dodge their attacks.
After defeating the assassins, search their bodies to learn more about who sent them.
Having defeated the Assassins, search the main house for more clues.
When entering, examine the weapon by the fire pit and the window frame.
Look for more clues by searching the stables nearby. When entering, examine the blood on the ground and the tracks that can be found by the gate.
Mount your horse and follow the trail of footprints and blood along the path until you reach the dead horse. Investigate the fallen horse to trigger a cutscene.
Follow Masako to the graveyard and honor the dead. Having honored the fallen members of the Adachi clan, mount your horse and follow Masako as she heads to the Golden Temple.
Head inside the Golden Temple and look for Sogen by speaking with Junshin - who's wearing white robes - as you enter the gate. He will inform you that Sogen can be found sweeping the decks at the temple nearby.
After finding Sogen, speak with the Armorer by the large temple to obtain the Samurai Clan Armor.
Having spoken with Sogen, speak with Lady Masako who can be found outside the southern gate and follow her to the lookout spot.
When looking over the Golden Temple below, survey the area and search for Sogen - he can be found directly below the lookout, speaking to two villagers.
With Sogen under suspicion, trail Sogen as he heads away from the temple.
In order to best avoid being seen, use the environment to your advantage and stay hidden behind large rocks, trees, and tall grass - all while staying at a distance.
As you reach the Old Inn, follow Masako as you head to the left side of the Inn’s entrance and hide behind a small bush.
Lady Masako will engage with the bandits. As a result, enter the standoff and defeat the group of bandits.
During this encounter, you'll face upwards of 10 bandits which range from Swordsmen, Spearmen, and Shieldmen. We found that due to the slow attack of the Spearmen, taking out the other bandits first was the easiest solution.
With the Bandits defeated, head inside the Inn and find Sogen on the second floor by climbing the ladder by Lady Masako.
Now that Sogen's dead, search the Inn for clues by examining the list of conspirators on top of the table in the next room.
Once you have obtained the list, speak with Lady Masako by the well outside the Inn to end the Tale.
Having completed The Tale of Lady Masako , here are several missions to take on next if you haven't already, including:
- Blood on the Grass
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Synopsis [ ]
Clan Adachi has been massacred. The attackers weren't Mongols or bandits, but our own people. Lady Masako is the only survivor. I will help her find those responsible, and in return, she will help me free Lord Shimura from the Mongol Khan. ― Jin
Jin Sakai goes to the Adachi Estate in search of Masako Adachi . He finds the estate to be empty before being ambushed by guards that were hiding in the guest house. After defeating them, Jin realizes that the men were not Mongols nor were they bandits. He investigates the main house and the stable, then follows a set of footprints and deduces that archers were chasing someone on horseback. He gets nearly grazed by an arrow shot by Lady Masako, demanding to know who Jin is. Jin then tells the news of Lord Adachi's death and Shimura's imprisonment, and asks for Clan Adachi's help. Lady Masako reveals that Clan Adachi was massacred by its own people. Despite Lady Masako's hesitation, Jin insists he join Masako to take revenge against the assassins.
Jin and Lady Masako ride to where she buried her children and grandchildren, both taking a moment to respect the dead before they ride to the Golden Temple . Lady Masako mentions her intent to avenge the deaths of her family.
Upon arrival at the Golden Temple, Lady Masako tells Jin that he must go inside to find the monk Sogen to advise him of the fate of Clan Adachi - she also tells Jin to find the armorer. Jin speaks with Junshin , the Temple leader, who advises Jin that Sogen is sweeping the deck. Jin tells Sogen about the fate of clan Adachi and asks him if there have been any suspicious people passing through the temple. Sogen denies seeing anyone unusual around the temple.
Jin meets with the armorer and is given the Samurai Clan Armor , which used to belong to one of Lady Masako's sons. Jin reconvenes with Lady Masako, and they both follow Sogen to an old inn. They find and kill the remaining assassins that killed Lady Masako's family and find Sogen inside. After a tense conversation, Lady Masako brutally murders Sogen.
Jin investigates the inn and finds spare weapons, food supplies, and a paper with a list of conspirators and an unknown clan symbol. Lady Masako remarks that the same symbol was on the men who murdered her family, inferring that it could be a rival clan who was wanting to take control. Lady Masako states that she will help Jin free Lord Shimura in exchange for Jin's help in avenging the deaths of her family.
Objectives [ ]
- Travel to the Adachi estate
- Search the guest house
- Search the main house
- Defeat the assassins
- Search the assassins
- Search the stables
- Follow the footprints
- Investigate the fallen horse
- Follow Masako
- Speak with Lady Masko
- Look for Sogen
- Speak with the armorer
- Speak with the speaking monk
- Speak with Lady Masako
- Trail Sogen
- Go to the left side of the inn's entrance
- Defeat the bandits
- Confront Sogen
- Search the inn
Journal Entry [ ]
Lady Masako and the women of clan Adachi are warriors of great renown. If they survived the invasion, they could help me free Lord Shimura. I need to find Lady Masako and deliver news of her husband's death. ― Jin
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11 Best Armor Sets In Ghost Of Tsushima (& How To Get Them)
- Armor sets in Ghost of Tsushima can be customized to match different play styles and provide benefits for players, such as health boosts or increased damage.
- The Traveler's Attire is perfect for exploration, as it tracks artifacts, clears fog of war, and alerts players when they are near an artifact.
- Different armor sets like Tadayori's Armor and Ronin Attire offer unique bonuses for certain play styles, such as increased bow abilities or improved stealth and melee damage.
Armor is a fun way to customize how Jin looks in Ghost of Tsushima and get some much-needed boosts to help you defeat the Mongol invaders. No matter what play style you have, there is an armor set that will match and give you benefits that help further your experience in the game.
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Some of these armors give massive health boosts, while some increase the amount of damage you deal. Today, we hope to answer which armor set you should be looking for, which ones are the best, and how you obtain them.
Updated October 11th, 2023: Ghost of Tsushima has a lot of great armor sets for players to choose from that can help Jin liberate his home from his enemies. These armor sets can improve some abilities and even make some weapons stronger. Unfortunately, finding some of the best armor sets in Ghost of Tsushima can be a bit confusing if players don't know where to look. To help showcase the best armor sets in Ghost of Tsushima , the following list has been updated to include a companion video.
- Tracks artifacts with guiding wind
- Clears 10% more fog of war from the map
- The controller vibrates when Jin is within 30 meters of an artifact
As stated by the armor, it is "perfect for those with a long journey ahead." It is most likely given to you as your first armor set because all you need to do is talk to a merchant and they hand it over to you. It fits the appearance of a wanderer extremely well, while also giving the player bonuses that help them discover every artifact they can.
With this armor, players can set their guiding winds to track the different artifacts they can discover, while at the same time clearing more fog of war off the map and providing spider-sense-like artifact abilities that make the controller vibrate whenever one is close by.
- Increases nocking and reload speed by 15%
- Increases concentration time by 1 second
- Headshots restore 25% of the concentration meter
For players who enjoy using the bow to its fullest extent, Tadayori's Armor may be the right choice. All players know that the combat in Ghost of Tsushima doesn't really allow for all ranged combat, but this armor certainly helps by increasing concentration time, reload and draw speeds, and adding more time to the concentration meter with each headshot.
Watch out though, because this armor doesn't offer any increase to health or defense, so players will remain a little squishy with it. Those still interested in this amazing archer's armor can receive it for completing the Legend of Tadayori mythic tale.
- Reduces enemy detection speed by 10%
- Moderate increase to melee damage
- After leaving pampas grass, enemies take longer to detect Jin
For players who want to look like every other classic samurai movie protagonist, look no further than the Ronin Attire. It is perfect for players who want to charge into battle but still love to sneak around, since it gives bonuses to both stealth and melee damage.
Not only that, but it decreases the enemy detection speed whenever the player leaves tall grass. Now when players inevitably get caught sneaking around Mongol territory, they can fight their way out with style. This armor set is acquired by completing the mission Blood on the Grass, which is unlocked during act one.
Samurai Clan Armor
- Reduces all damage by a moderate amount
- Moderate increase to health
- Taking damage grants 15% resolve
The Samurai Clan Armor perfect for players who aren't so good at parrying and can't help but take damage. It provides some much-needed resolve each time the player takes damage, while at the increasing maximum health and reducing the damage taken. It's clear that Sucker Punch knew there would be people struggling to keep the Mongols from killing them.
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This armor is given early in the game by Lady Masako, during the first mission the player completes for her.
Sakai Clan Armor
- Increases standoff streak by 1 and gives a 10% chance to terrify enemies when winning a standoff
Gamers can all agree that there is something magical about standing off against an enemy, waiting for him to strike, then cutting him down with a single blow. It's a classical move in many samurai films that is beautifully brought to life in Ghost of Tsushima .
For those who love charging into battle with a family insignia in armor that may or may not bring back haunting memories of watching one's father die, then try out the Sakai Clan Armor. It increases the player's standoff streak up to five when fully upgraded, while also increasing maximum health and damage. Jin can receive it from the story mission Ghosts from the Past.
- 30% increase to resolve gains
- Ghost weapons deal more damage
- Hitting an enemy with a ghost weapon makes them take more damage and deal less damage
While similar in look to the Ronin Attire, this armor is slightly better and is more focused on giving bonuses to players who like to use ghost weapons. What makes this armor so useful is the devastating bonus that reduces the damage an enemy struck by ghost weapons causes.
That same ability also decreases the enemy's defense. On top of that bonus, this armor also increases all resolve gains and increases the damage dealt by all ghost weapons. Remember sticky bombs? Those can now pack a serious punch to a lot of enemies. This armor is found by completing the Six Blades of Kojiro mythic tale in act two.
- Reduces enemy detection speed by 25%
- Reduces the number of kills needed to enter ghost stance by 1
- Kills have a 15% chance to terrify nearby enemies
Prowl the night with the Ghost Armor and become the true stalker of the Mongol invaders. This armor decreases the enemy detection speed and the number of kills needed to enter the ghost stance. It also gives a chance for each kill to terrify enemies and have them running away in fear from Jin's menacing appearance. Wear this armor with pride in the memory of a good friend, and know that it is being put to good use. Players get this armor immediately after starting the Darkness story mission at the end of act two.
- Moderate increase to stagger damage
- Killing a staggered enemies restores 10% health
Upgrade this armor to the max, slap on a new color scheme, equip that Sly Tanuki sword kit, and go cosplaying as everyone's favorite thieving raccoon. This armor isn't just for cosplaying (though it is cool); it is also one of the most useful armor sets in the game. This armor gives health back each time the player kills a staggered enemy, so equip that Charm of Amaterasu that grants health from killed enemies and stack them.
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This armor also grants bonus stagger damage and a great health increase. Be that immovable fortress just like Gosaku. Players get this armor from completing the Unbreakable Gosaku mythic tale and getting all of the keys to unlock it. The key locations are shown when the player receives the quest, but before that, Jin must get some of them on his own by clearing the Mongol territories that are taken over after act one.
Mongol Commander's Armor
- Major increase to health
- Reduces all damage by a major amount
- disguises Jin while out of combat and massively reduces Mongol detection speed
Some may not like it, but embracing the look of a Mongol leader is extremely helpful in the fight against the invaders. This armor lets players walk into Mongol territory much more easily, by disguising themselves as the enemy. It also offers the amazing benefits of increased health and reduced damage .
Let's call this armor easy mode, because of the major benefits it gives Jin against enemies. Players can get this armor by completing the Fit For the Khan side mission during act three.
- Disables regular parry and perfect parry becomes a chain of two attacks
- All resolve gains are increased by a small amount
- Perfect parry and perfect dodge windows are increased by a small amount
The Sarugami Armor is perhaps the new best armor in Ghost of Tsushima. This is the best definition of risk and reward. The armor's special ability allows players to use a combo whenever they get a perfect parry against an enemy. This new counterattack can chain up to three times when the armor is fully upgraded.
The downside to this armor is that it only allows players to get perfect parries. This means that if a player isn't good at parrying, they might want to avoid wearing this armor. It does, however, increase the perfect parry window and the counterattacks are great in duels. To get this armor, players will need to complete the Legend of Black Hand Riku mission.
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News Opūnokyōdai's Mon-chan to Watashi Manga Ends in 2 Chapters; Ore, Tsushima Manga Resumes After
The manga's X (formerly Twitter) account also announced the manga's break and climax on Tuesday. Opūnokyōdai also revealed that their Ore, Tsushima manga will resume soon after the Mon-chan to Watashi manga ends.
The Mon-chan to Watashi manga restarted serialization in Big Comic on June 23. The manga first launched online on Fusosha 's "Joshi SPA!" website in February 2022. The website digitally published the manga up to its 43rd chapter on March 7, before it became unavailable on the website. The manga's Twitter account revealed on March 9 that the series was preparing for a "reopening." The Twitter account then teased in an announcement on June 1 that the manga will have a new serialization format after rewriting and restructuring the manga.
The manga's story is about a woman who lives with her unemployed boyfriend, who occasionally beats her. She is a temporary worker, and is troubled by her card loan. But life suddenly changes for her with the arrival of a cat named Mon-chan.
Shogakukan published Opūnokyōdai 's Ore, Tsushima cat manga's third volume in October 2020. An anime fanbook was released in June 2021. The series has over 420,000 copies in circulation.
The manga's anime adaptation premiered in Japan in July 2021.
Sources: Big Comic issue 20, Mon-chan to Watashi manga's X/Twitter account
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'Ghost of Tsushima' Armor Guide: What's the Best Armor and How to Get It
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Ghost of Tsushima from Sucker Punch Productions is the newest game that focuses on samurais and feudal Japan, wherein players control Jin and travel through the island of Tsushima to beat the Mongol invaders.
The Best Armors for Jin
As with any other action-adventure and RPG games, one way to beat the enemies and the game itself is to find and equip the best equipment.
In Ghost of Tsushima, you can find around a dozen armor sets that would go well with your weapon to fend off the Mongol invaders' attacks and ensure your character doesn't die in the process.
YouTuber Kakuchopurei has listed down the armors that are available in the game, illustrating their design.
As Newsweek noted, not every armor works for every player. Like every other game, Ghost of Tsushima is about customizing Jin to your preference, so you'll want to inspect every armor set and choose one that complements your combat style.
Before anything else, you start with the Broken Armor set, described as a "Samurai Armor that has been damaged beyond repair" and has no advantages, but you'll have to make do with it before you can find an armor set that you can use.
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What Armor Set Should You Use?
Nevertheless, the news outlet has given a few recommendations for the armor sets you can choose for the early and mid-game, late game, and post-game.
Here's what they have recommended (then again, you can follow their suggestion or choose which armor you believe best works for your version of Jin):
- Early and mid-game : Update the Samurai Clan Armor as it can help balance out the damage you'll get as you try to understand the game's combat system.
- Late game : The Ghost Armor is an excellent choice as it helps you stealthily take out enemies since it allows you to move smoothly around in the darkness. Just remember that it doesn't have enough defense buff, but it works great for offense.
- Post-game: The Mongol Commander Armor is perhaps the best armor with its perks, including damage reduction and health increase. The only problem is it's a little hard to get.
How to Get the Armor Sets
With that, here are some of the armor sets you can find throughout your Ghost of Tsushima gameplay, starting from armors you can't miss and the ones you could easily miss (but shouldn't):
This is Jin's next default armor set and something you can't miss as you play the game. It's described as "perfect for those with a long journey ahead."
- Helps track Artifacts with the Guiding Wind and alert players if they are within 60 meters of the item as the controller vibrates.
- It clears 10% more Fog of War on the map and can be upgraded up to 30%.
This armor set can be acquired after completing the "Blood on the Grass" story quest on Act I and can't be missed.
- Reduces detection speed and can be upgraded from 10%.
- Enemies will detect you slower after you leave pampas grass.
- Melee damage is increased and can be upgraded from 15%.
Samurai Clan Armor
You can't miss this armor as it can be acquired after completing "The Tale of Lady Masako" story quest on Act I.
- Grants at least 15% resolve when Jin takes damage.
- Reduces damages taken by a moderate amount and can be upgraded.
- Moderate health increase
Sakai Clan Armor
This armor was previously worn by Jin's father and can be acquired after you complete Act II's "Ghosts from the Past" mission.
- Increases the Standoff Streak by one, with streak and chance increasing after upgrades. Winning in a standoff may terrify nearby enemies.
- Moderate melee damage increase
The last armor you can't miss while playing Ghost of Tsushima is the Ghost Armor, which can be acquired after completing the "From the Darkness" story quest on Act II.
- Up to 15% chance of terrifying nearby enemies after a kill
- Reduces enemy detection speed by 20%
- Reduces the number of kills required to enter Ghost Stance by at least one
First, on the list of armors, you can miss if you avoid optional Ghost of Tsushima quests is the Tadayori's Armor, which you can acquire after completing "The Legend of Tadayori" Mythic tale that becomes available after you get your bow.
- Increases nocking and reload speed by 15% and can be upgraded
- Headshots will restore 25% of the Concentration meter and can increase after upgrades.
- Increases Concentration time by one second and can increase after upgrades.
Finish the optional Mythic tale known as "Unbreakable Gosaku."
- Moderate to massive increase of stagger damage
- Moderate to massive health increase
- Killing a staggered enemy restores at least 10% of your health
This armor can be missed if you fail to complete the "Six Blades of Kojiro" Mythic tale.
- Ghost weapons will deal at least 15% more damage.
- Increase of at least 15% resolve gain
- Decreases at least 25% damage of enemies with ghost weapons, and they will take at least 25% more damage.
Mongol Commander's Armor
This god-tier armor, as fans of Ghost of Tsushima would say, can be acquired by completing the side mission on Act III known as "Fit for Khan."
- Major damage reduction
- Major health increase
- Massive decrease in detection speed
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Ghost of Tsushima’s Iki Island Expansion Better Leave A Certain Character Alone This Time
Besides the original game, enhanced features, and new multiplayer content , the director’s cut of Ghost of Tsushima will also include the Iki Island expansion. I’m jazzed to have a reason to jump back into the world again. A new island to explore and fresh storylines? Sign me up.
But here’s the thing. I’m still not over the game’s saddest moment. For anyone who hasn’t played Ghost of Tsushima yet – you really should, but I get it if you are waiting for the upcoming release – this is the time to bookmark this story for later and walk away because I’m jumping into massive spoilers .
Now, I knew going in that a game about the first Mongol invasion of Japan wasn’t going to be a laugh-fest. I was perfectly ready to see some of my closest friends fall in battle. But did you have to take my horse from me? That hurt. Like many open-world games, Ghost of Tsushima gives you a horse before letting you roam around its dazzling environment. Despite the slightly urgent nature of the quest, I took my time picking my equine companion. Sucker Punch claims that every horse you can choose from is technically the same, that there are no differences in stats or temperament, but you can’t rush these things.
I named my noble steed Nobu, which the game tells me means trust, and from then on, Nobu was my most trusted companion. Of course, as the protagonist Jin Sakai, I meet people across the land that take part in my adventures. I share my troubles with Yuna, the thief that saved me from death after the game’s cinematic first battle. From Lady Masako and the master archer Ishikawa, I learn about the world and my evolving place in it.
Several human characters in Ghost of Tsushima pass in and out of my gameplay experience, but the only one there with me throughout all of it was Nobu. My horse rode into battle with me, and we explored every inch of the map together. To strengthen that bond further – before painfully severing it – Sucker Punch created multiple heartwarming cutscenes depicting our everyday interactions. One sees us catching some shuteye before the next adventure; another shows me giving the horse a quick bite to eat.
They knew what they were doing because, while other characters’ deaths were somber moments, my horse’s demise was painful. The creature helps me escape from prison and keeps running towards freedom despite being pierced by a pair of arrows. That is until Nobu can’t run anymore. In a scene that feels like it drags on forever, I watch my horse slowly succumb to its injuries, becoming more and more wretched-looking with every passing moment. Finally, limping through fire and snow, Nobu collapses.
It was an emotional moment, Sucker Punch; I will give you that, but please, leave my horse alone in Iki Island. I want to look forward to roaming the new setting and experiencing the new narrative, but I know the fear of losing my new four-legged friend will loom large.
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