- The Oboroguruma is a yokai in the form of a ox carriage. Ox carriages were a common mode of transport for Heian nobles and a symbol of their wealth, which led many nobles to decorate their carriages lavishly. It was not unknown for nobles to argue amongst themselves for the best space to park their ox carriage when attending festivals and other attractions. These ugly sentiments of conceit and envy, not to mention the resentment whenever one noble would lose an argument with another, were said to commingle and linger within the carriages themselves, eventually transforming them into yokai. In The Tale of Genji, Lady Rokujo is said to have suffered so greatly during one of these carriage-related fighs that her deep disgrace took form as a yokai.
- Being a yokai formed from deep emotions, the Oboroguruma's behavior changes depending on which of its emotions it is currently displaying. It is crucial to observe the expression on the face that protrudes from its carriage to determine your best course of action. Destroying the root of its emotions will temporarily prevent it from expressing itself at all and give you the upper hand in battle.
Oboroguruma Locations & Drops
- Blocking effective?
- Area Attacks?
- Ninjutsu tips
- Ki Tips
Notes & Trivia
- Kanji: Yomikata - Lore description.
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