Enemy Type Yokai
Weakness ??
Resistances ??
Immune ??
Special Drop Ubume Soul Core

Ubume is an Enemy in Nioh 2. Ubume is a tragic Yokai that attacks with its spirit stone magic.


Enemy Description

  • An Ubume was once a grieving mother unable to bear the death of her newborn child. It clings onto Spirit Stones, thinking them to be its lost baby. It flies into a fury if these Spirit Stones are taken, taking flight with hair that, suffused with Anima, transforms into otherwordly wings and violently attacking anyone who comes near. Since Ubume resembles a bird, it is often treated as being one and  the same as the similar yokai from Chinese folklore known as Kokakucho,


Ubume Locations & Drops


Combat Information

  • Some Ubume can initially be found clutching a spirit stone. Depleting it's Ki will shatter the stone, sending the Ubume into a rage. It's hair will form wings and it becomes much more aggressive. However, shooting the stone directly will instantly deplete It's ki, allowing free damage and a grapple before it turns more aggresive.
  • Blocking effective?
  • Area Attacks?
  • Ninjutsu tips
  • Ki Tips


Notes & Trivia

  • nioh_2_20210104150459 The amrita has got a shape of a real baby.




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    • Anonymous

      This enemy is very similar to the Koroka and Yamanba; on their own, low stagger resistance and a very passive first phase of their mechanics means they tend to get stomped, but when there's other enemies they usually spawn in second phase and become a menace. I always focus them with Yokai abilities before anything else.

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