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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – What to do with the Young Lord’s Bell Charm

This mysterious item opens up a lot of the game.

by Kyle Hanson

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A lot of your time in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is spent trying to figure out what to do with the metric ton of items featured in the game. One of these instances happens early on in the Ashina Outskirts. As you roam the area you might speak with an old woman inside of a broken down house. If you say the right thing, she’ll hand you a bell, but not really tell you much about where to go with it. To help, here’s a quick guide on what to do with the Young Lord’s Bell Charm in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

As the woman hands you the bell she sort of tells you what to do with it, without being to direct. She wants you to offer the Young Lord’s Bell Charm to Buddha as an offering. Where is there a Buddha, you may be wondering. The answer lies with the Sculptor, the old man who nursed you back to health and provided you with the magical prosthetic arm you’re using to get around the world. Head back to the Dilapidated Temple and you’ll see Buddha statues all over the place.

The one you want is to the left of the entrance along the wall. Walk up to it, interact, and choose to offer the Young Lord’s Bell Charm. Doing so will trigger the next major section of the game, opening up the world quite a bit compared to how it used to be. And that’s all you need to know about what to do with the Young Lord’s Bell Charm in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

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