|Attack Power||x0.85||Attunement Limit||20|
|Defense Power||x1.20||Yokai Shift||Feral|
Guardian Spirit Protection
|Special Effect||Bonus||Stat req.|
|Anima Charge Bonus (Cumulative Damage)||A-||-|
|Dash Ki Consumption||-15.0%||-|
|Untouched Elixir||+10.0%||Skill + Dexterity = 46|
|Faster Ki Recovery (Medicine)||N/A||Courage + Heart = 44|
Gyokuto is a Guardian Spirit in Nioh 2. Guardian Spirits can be selected on the Shrine menu and each provides a different boost to the player. Activate Yokai Shift by pressing △ + O (B + Y on Xbox/Steam controller) when the Amrita Gauge is full.
Pronounced "Gyokuto" in Japanese, Japan is home to many legends about the moon-hares, said to be capable of great speed. Some say that when lightning flashes across the sky, it is actually a moon-hare traveling to Earth and back. Legend has it that they spend their time on the moon making mochi ricecakes, or medicine; either way, these stories show them to have kind and caring spirits. always working hard to make something useful. In time, the moon-hare came to be seen as the guardian of travelers, who would often venerate them to help ensure safe passage.
How to unlock Gyokuto
- Complete mission Dawn of Hope
How to use Gyokuto
- Guardian Spirit Skill is Gyokuo hopping and creating seven small lightning spears. The damage is negligible but the orbs last a long time and accumulate Shock very well.
- It provides several bonuses for using medicine, giving faster Ki recovery, a 10% chance to not use it, and also making it recover more of your health. As everything else about it is weak, such as the lowest attunement limit possible, This is best used as a secondary spirit, switching to it when you need to use an elixir.
|Nioh 2 Guardian Spirits|
Amabie ♦ Ame-no-Mitori ♦ Atlas Bear ♦ Baku ♦ Blue Dragon ♦ Genbu ♦ Hakutaku ♦ Hiyokucho ♦ Ho ♦ Ho-oh ♦ Hoh-oh ♦ Hyobishin ♦ Inosasao ♦ Isanagami ♦ Itokuri ♦ Janomecho ♦ Kagewani ♦ Kurama Tengu ♦ Kuzunoha the Fox ♦ Makami ♦ Masaru ♦ Mizuchi ♦ Nekomata ♦ Nine Tails ♦ Oh ♦ Okuri-Inu ♦ Rokugezo ♦ Saoirse ♦ Saorise ♦ Shin-Roku ♦ Shirohami ♦ Sohaya ♦ Suzaku ♦ Tengen Kujaku ♦ Usura-Hicho ♦ Yaonami-Hime ♦ Yatagarasu ♦ Yumehami