Ghost of Tsushima: Collections Guide
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Ghost of Tsushima: Collections Guide

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Our Ghost of Tsushima: Collections Guide contains the complete list and comprehensive details on all the game collectibles.

Collectibles are grouped into three: Exploration, Artefacts, and Satchel. These groups are further divided into categories.

Exploration Collections

Exploration Collections include Vanity Gear, Hot Springs, Bamboo Strikes, Shinto Shrines, Lighthouses, Pillars of Honour, Inari Shrines, Haiku, and Duels.

Vanity Gear

There are 59 collectible Vanity Gears in the game.

A warrior's presence and bearing can have a big impact on allies and foes alike. Explore Tsushima to find items that let you personalize your appearance.

Hot Springs

There are 18 discoverable Hot Springs in the game.

The physical and mental demands of combat require rest and recovery, as ever warrior soon learns. Fortunately, Tsushima is strewn with serene and beautiful Hot Springs. Seek them out to ease fatigue from battle.

Every Hot Spring increases your maximum health.

Bamboo Strikes

There are 16 playable Bamboo Strikes in the game.

The course of a battle can change in a moment. Victory and defeat are decided in the blink of an eye. A samurai must take every opportunity to train.

Hone your sword technique by slicing through bamboo in a single strike.

Shinto Shrines

There are 16 discoverable Shinto Shrines in the game.

The Way of the Kami, or Shinto, is woven into the fabric of daily life on Tsushima. Shrines dot the island, many forgotten with the passage of time, through intrepid explorers can find them.

Lighthouses

There are 8 discoverable Lighthouses in the game.

Tsushima has long been vital to trade and diplomacy between Japan and the Kingdoms of Goryeo and China. Lighthouses play a crucial part in this.

Reignite lighthouses to give hope to the people and grow your Legend.

Pillars of Honor

There are 23 discoverable Pillars of Honor in the game.

These pillars were erected all over the island by Tsushima's first jito. They honour the samurai who gave their lives to bring peace and order to Tsushima.

Collect Sword Kits from these pillars to customize the appearance of your blades.

Inari Shrines

There are 49 discoverable Inari Shrines in the game.

Some of Tsushima's shrines are dedicated to Inari, kami of agriculture and plenty. Foxes are Inari's messengers and are often drawn to these sacred places.

Find and honour the island's shrines to Inari.

Haiku

There are 19 collectible Haiku in the game.

It is the solemn duty of every samurai to study the arts, cultivating both observation and imagination.

Seek out tranquil places to focus your mind. Each haiku rewards a new headband.

Duels

There are 5 discoverable duels in the game.

Duel the Straw Hat assassins who seek the bounty on your head.

Artifacts Collections

Artifacts include Sashimono Banners, Records, Key Items, Mongol Artifacts, and Singing Crickets.

Sashimono Banners

There are 80 collectible Sashimono Banners in the game.

Small flags worn by common soldiers and samurai alike, these banners can display a clan's name, mon, leader's name, or slogan. They allow soldiers to see their allies on the battlefield at a glance.

Sashimono banners are part of the legacy of Tsushima's great clans: Shimura, Sakai, Adachi, Nagao, and Kikuchi. It is vital to preserve them.

Records

There are 40 collectible Records in the game.

Personal accounts, poems, and messages written by the people of Tsushima, documenting life during the Mongol invasion.

Found all over the island - in towns, settlements, shrines, Mongol camps, and many other places.

Key Items

Items of special significance found during your travels.

Mongol Artifacts

There are 50 collectible Mongol Artifacts in the game.

Mongolian culture developed on the steppes of central and northern Asia, but as their empire expanded, it absorbed the ideas and products of many nations. A warrior who hopes to defeat the invaders would be wise to study their culture.

A variety of Mongol Artifacts can be found in their forts, encampments, and dwellings across the island.

Singing Crickets

There are 20 collectible Crickets in the game.

Crickets are a symbol of autumn and an inspiration for many poems and lyrical works. Prized for their singing, they are often caught and kept in small cages.

They can be found everywhere in nature, though some say it's best to look in cemeteries, where they sing to comfort the dead.

Singing crickets are needed to learn new flute melodies.

Satchel

Satchel contains the collection of materials that you gather on the island of Tsushima. These materials can be used for upgrading your weapons and armor.

Bamboo

A common wood used by Bowyers to upgrade ranged weapons.

Bamboo grows throughout the wilderness of Tsushima.

Yew Wood

An uncommon wood used by Bowyers to upgrade ranged weapons.

Yew trees grow throughout the wilderness of Tsushima.

Wax Wood

A rare wood used by Bowyers to upgrade ranged weapons.

Wax trees commonly grow near Shinto Shrines.

Iron

A common metal used by Swordsmiths to upgrade your katana and tanto.

Found in Mongol-occupied territory.

Steel

An uncommon metal used by Swordsmiths to upgrade your katana and tanto. Also known as tamahagane steel.

Found in Mongol-occupied territory.

Gold

A rare metal used by Swordsmiths to upgrade your katana and tanto.

Found in Mongol-occupied territory.

Linen

A common cloth used by Armorers to upgrade attire and armor.

Earned by completing Tales of Tsushima.

Leather

An uncommon cloth used by Armorers to upgrade attire and armor.

Earned by completing Tales of Tsushima.

Silk

A rare cloth used by Armorers to upgrade attire and armor. 

Earned by completing Tales of Tsushima with your allies.

Supplies

Resource that can be traded with Trappers, Swordsmiths, Armorers, or Bowyers in exchange for additional resources and upgrades.

Flowers

Colorful flowers used by Merchants to create new armor dyes.

These flowers grow throughout the wilderness of Tsushima.

Predator Hides

Hides of dangerous animals that can be traded with Trappers to upgrade the amount of Ranged and Quickfire weapons you can carry.

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