Nioh 2 The Viper’s Sanctum Kodama Locations Guide

Nioh 2 The Viper's Sanctum Kodama Locations Guide

In our Nioh 2 guide, we will reveal all the Kodama locations for The Viper’s Sanctum main mission. There are 6 total Kodama in this main mission and each will reward you with bonuses. Kodama are lost special NPCs that you must guide back their Shrines.

The Viper’s Sanctum Kodama Locations

Kodama are lost NPCs that must be sent back to the shrines. Once a Kodama reaches its shrine you unlock bonuses for shrines in that area. Kodama will hide and become unresponsive if you attack them. However, they will come up again after a short while. By guiding them you can earn additional Elixirs from the shrine of that region.

Kodama Location #1

Head straight from the first shrine and make a right. There is an enclosure ahead where you will find some wooden boxes. Break the boxes and you will find a Kodama.

Kodama Location #2

Head straight from the first shrine and make a right to reach a big center house. You will find a Kodama on the side of this center house.

Kodama Location #3

Follow the left path from the Circular center from the second shrine. There is a fake wall here that you can destroy to create a shortcut. Players are free to take the normal route but the shortcut is easier. Continue to the left path to reach a puddle. There is Kodama hiding behind some rocks nearby

Kodama Location #4

There is a broken bridge at the inner sanctum where you will notice a pool of poison.

Kodama Location #5

The next Kodama location in the Head The Viper’s Sanctum main mission is inside a cave on the east side where Nure-Onna is wandering. The Kodama you are looking for is behind a dead body.

Kodama Location #6

The final Kodama in The Viper’s Sanctum main mission in Nioh 2 is near the red torii gate where you face a Toxic Slime and Nure-Onna. The Kodama is behind the slime. These are all the Kodama locations in The Viper’s Sanctum main mission. If you need more help with the game check out our Nioh 2 guides hub.

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