Benzaiten's Grace Set
(2 Items) Life +252
(3 Items) Ninjutsu Power +30
(4 Items) Damage Taken -4%
(5 Items) Amrita Earned +10%
(6 Items) Versatility
(7 Items) Ki Recovery Speed +15%
Benzaiten's Grace is a Set in Nioh 2. The Benzaiten's Grace Set provides various special benefits to players: the more pieces you equip from one set, the stronger the bonuses. Any Divine Melee or Ranged weapon and armor that is forged or dropped that does not already belong to a set bonus starting from Dream of the Demon will be given one of the 10 Divine Graces.
Benzaiten's Grace Information
- Versatility is one of the strongest melee damage buffs one can get in this game, making Benzaiten's grace a powerful and highly sought after grace in Dream of the Demon. It being in the sixth tier also makes it easy to use with other set bonuses, as with the Set Bonus Req -1 effect you can get this grace on both ranged weapons, both melee weapons and 1 armor piece and still use a five piece set bonus like the Champion of Tosa for more damage or Tatenashi set for potential elemental immunity.
- In Dream of the Wise, Grace of Susano becomes available, and it is essentially a superior version of this grace - it also has Versatility as the 6th tier while having generally better and more impactful other passives on top of that, and ethereal accessories can get Ethereal Graces, making it even easier to mix with other sets, and allowing you to use it every other set bonus and grace. The main thing Benzaiten has going for it at that point is the fact that you can actually forge divine items, as opposed to Ethereal Items, meaning you can much more easily use specific armor pieces, or weapons and their fixed effects to supplement the build, even if it's until you can get a replacement.
Where to Find
This is a Divine Grace. Divine weapons and armor that don't belong to a set bonus will receive one of these special graces starting from Dream of the Demon.
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It would be interesting to know the names of the set pieces