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Treasure Carp Scales - Location To Farm
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Treasure Carp Scales - Location To Farm

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Find out how you can get Treasure Scarp Scales in Sekiro: Shadows Never Die inthis guide. This includes locations to farm, its use, and where you can sell it.

How to Get Treasure Carp Scales - Location & Use

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How to Farm Treasure Carp Scales

Loot Scales from Treasure Carp

Loot Scales from Treasure Carp

Treasure Carp Scales are a currency that you can only get from killing rare Treasure Carp found in specific areas of the game. These large fish have pink scales running across their whole body, making them stand out in the water.

Carp Disappears if Not Killed Quickly

Carp Disappears if Not Killed Quickly

The Treasure Carp have no attacks, but they will try to escape when approached. Finish them off quickly or they'll disappear along with their precious scales.

How To Beat The Treasure Carp

The Treasure Carp's movement is quick and can dive into the water so it's quite difficult to attack. Acquiring the skill "Mibu Breathing Technique" allows breathing underwater, which can help with the fight with the Treasure Carp.

Treasure Carp Can Be Found in Specific Bodies of Water

Treasure Carp are abundant in the Hirata Estate, but they also show up in a few parts of the map. They don't show up in every body of water though.

Check Out How To Reach Hirata Estate Here!

How to Get to the Hirata Estate

How to Get to the Hirata Estate

Traveling to the Hirata Estate requires the player to sacrifice the Young Lord's Bell Charm to the Buddha Statue in the Dilapidated Temple. You can get the Charm from an Old Woman in the Ashina Outskirts.

Free to Go Back to Hirata Estate

Free to Go Back to Hirata Estate

Although the Hirata Estate is part of a flashback section of the game, players are free to return to it any time through the Idol. This way, you can farm for scales and sell them for items any amount of times.

Check Out How To Fast Travel Here!

Treasure Carp Scale Locations

Dragonspring - Hirata Estate

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Right side of the bridge (1 Carp)
Treasure Carp to the right of the bridge near the cliff where the "Dragonspring - Hirata Estate" Sculptor's Idol is
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Back of the bridge (3 Carp)
There are total of 3 Treasure Carp near the bridge a bit further from where the first Treasure Carp is located
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Enter the river from the left side of the bridge, and check the rocky area nearby. You can pick up the item on the ground to get the Treasure Carp scale

Bamboo Thicket Slope - Hirata Estate

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From the bridge at the Bamboo Thicket Slope Sculptor's Idol (2 pieces)
Proceed to the bridge where a half-naked enemy with a spear appears. There is a Treasure Carp on each side of the bridge.

Riven Cave - Sunken Valley

Close Up ViewHow To Get
Sunken Valley Riven Cave
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From the Riven Cave Sculptor's Idol (2 pieces)
Search the valley's lake to find the Treasure Carp Scales you can loot from items found in the area.
Check Out Sunken Valley Scale Location!

Ashina Castle (After Shinobi Army Attack)

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A Pond In The Ashina Castle (1 piece)
Dive into the passage in the pond after crossing the bridge from the deserted prison. Then there is a Treasure Carp inside

Ashina Depths - Fountainhead Palace

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From the idol, there is a giant lake that you can drop down to. You'll find 4 Treasure Carp in this area
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There are two pieces of Treasure Carp Scale that you can loot from the bottom of the lake. They're next to a treasure box
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Get 4 from the Caretaker in the feeding ground
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Found near a treasure box where you get the Water of the Palace

Exchange Treasure Carp Scales for Items

Barter Scales to Pot Noble Creatures

Barter Scales to Pot Noble Harunaga

The Treasure Carp Scales can be exchanged for a variety of items from Pot Noble creatures found in the game. The mysterious vendors are but a skeleton hand inside a blue pot.

Pot Noble Harunaga Location

Pot Noble Harunaga Location

You can find Pot Noble Harunaga in the shallows of the river in the Hirata Estate. Head to the right side of the river from the bridge before the Hirata Estate entrance.

Pot Noble Koremori Location

Pot Noble Koremori Location

Pot Noble Koremori can be found at area accessed farther into the game. Head on over to Ashina Depths and to the Fountainhead Palace to find him.

Pot Noble Item List

ItemScalesDescription
Divine GrassDivine Grass1A secret medicine that fully restores Vitality and cures all status abnormalities.
Withered Red GourdWithered Red Gourd2Reduces burn buildup and slightly increases burn resistance. It cannot heal the burn status abnormality, however.
Mask Fragment: RightMask Fragment: Right7The original must have been broken into several pieces, and this fragment appears to be the right side of the mask.
Floating Passage TextFloating Passage Text5Compendium on the Combat Art, "Floating Passage.". Skill unlocked upon acquiring this item.
Check Out All Item List Here!

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