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Barriers

A green barrier

Barriers are colored walls that will block the player's path unless the player has a certain Demon Blade--a special storyline blade received from defeating a boss.

In order to advance to the end of the current act, the player must beat the boss of that act and receive the Demon Blade they hold. Each new Demon Blade will allow the player to break a new barrier type.

The player is not required to have the specific Demon Blade equipped to break the barrier, they just have to carry it in their inventory.

The order of the barriers players can break are: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Light Blue, Blue, Purple, and White[1]

Caves of Evil Edit

Enemy Lair

Caves of Evil[2]. are special locations that are all over Japan. They are seen as dying, hollow trees with Demon Blade barriers blocking the opening. Caves will give various prizes like Accessories, and a couple of the White Caves will reward the player with a Blade.

Each Cave will contain difficult enemies, swarms of enemies, and even multiple versions of bosses previously fought or even new ones. 

This section will cover each Cave, its title, its enemies, and prizes[3].

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Musashi 100 Armed Monks Trial of a Hundred Monks 10 Monks at a

time, 100 in total.

Chainmail 9
Yamashiro 100 Incarnations

of Shadowy Ninja

100 Incarnations

of a Hundred Shadows

10 Ninjas at a

time, 100 in total.

Beezlebub Saucer 9

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Owari God of Pestilence Furball and Wooly Eyeballs Cypress Rosary 16

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Totomi Mountain Kagura Dance,

the Storm of Tengu

Storm of

the Kagura Tengu

Many waves of

Blue and White Tengus

Golden Hammer 23

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Mino Toad of Yoro Falls Many waves of small and big Ogamas Amulet of Ise 29

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Mikawa Seven Samurai Seven Samurais Yamato Nostrum 36

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Hida Snow Woman,

Oiran Procession

Procession

of the Snow Demons

Several waves of Snow Women Wolfsbane 42

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Sagami Courage in

the Ghostly Hour

Valor in

the Witching Hour

Three blue monks

, one furball

Triangle 47
Mikawa Ozaru Stealth Army Assualt of the

Elite Ozaru Ninjas

Four Kurozaru Ninjas Boots of Sneaking 49

Province Title (Wii) Title (Vita) Enemies Prize(s) Recommeded Level
Kai Wildlife Caricature Frolicking Animals Many waves of

Boars and Pheasants

Preta Saucer 60
Yamato The Scheming

Yagyuu Clan

Treachery of

the Yagyuu Clan

Many waves of

Jonin and Yukinojyo

Prayers of

the Damned Blade

57
Ise Giant Centipede

of the Suzuka Pass

Giant Centipede

of Suzuka Bridge

Two giant Centipedes Blade of

Absolute Truth

64
Suruga Rising Dragon,

Lying Dragon

Dragons of

Heaven and Earth

Two Dragon Gods Sword of

Rejuvenation

71
Omi Lair of the Oni Hundread Deaths

of the Demon Army

Many waves of

small and large Oni

Sword of Corruption 78
Shinano Ghost of

the Battle Field

Battlefield

of the Damned

Many waves of

Gun Soldiers,

Kite Ninjas,

Ochimushas, and

Chigurui Bishamon

Toyama Elixir 85
Kai Total Pandemonium Night of

Absolute Chaos

Every Enemy

Lair set-up then Kisuke

& Momohime

Thunderous Bangle 92

NotesEdit

  1. You will need to beat both characters' storylines in order to break white barriers.
  2. Enemy Lairs in the Wii Version
  3. Prizes aren't always the same; If the Lair gives a blade as a reward, you might receive an accessory if you defeat it a second time.
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