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Colorful flowers used by Merchants to create new armor dyes. These flowers grow throughout the wilderness of Tsushima ― In-game description
Flowers are a resource that can be collected in Ghost of Tsushima .
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Normal Flowers [ ]
Flowers are used as currency with the Merchant, who sells cosmetic items for armour (headgear and body armour) and weapons.  It does not matter what color flower you pick in the wild, nor how many of each flower you collect, they all have the same value and serve no other function.
Ghost Flowers [ ]
Ghost Flowers are a new type of currency, available only in New Game+ , accepted by Baku the Voiceless . He will trade new dyes, armors and charms for Ghost flowers. They are rewarded to the player for completing tasks in New Game+ that have already been completed.
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Ghost Flowers is a Resource Item in Ghost of Tsushima (GoT) . Resources are materials used for crafting and customizing items and equipment. Resources can be obtained in such as rewards, dropped by Enemies and Bosses, randomly looted at various locations, or it can also be in chests, crates, or breakable objects.
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Ghost Flowers Usage
- You can exchange these flowers with Baku the Voiceless for new armor dyes and other vanity gear only found in New Game+.
Ghost Flowers Location/Where to Find
- The Ghost Flowers can be earned by completing tasks in New Game+ that have already been completed.
- Completing Main Quest x5 Ghost Flowers .
- Completing secondary missions x3 Ghost Flowers
- If you discover any new Landmark x1 Ghost Flower .
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Ghost of Tsushima guide: Where to find flowers
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While you can buy various items in Ghost of Tsushima , you won’t be doing any of that with gold that may be jingling around in your pocket. In fact, one of the main currencies for cosmetics is flowers — not cold, hard cash.
You won’t earn flowers for good deeds. Instead, you have to find flowers scattered across the verdant island.
Thankfully, just like the various bamboo trees, flowers conveniently flash and glow alerting you of their presence when they’re in your field of view. Of course, you still need to find them first to easily spot them.
So how do you find flowers in Ghost of Tsushima? In this guide, we’ll guide will show you the simple steps to lining your pockets with precious flowers, which you can use to pay for certain cosmetics across the island.
How to find flowers
One of the first pieces of armor you get early in the game is the Traveler’s Attire .
This special piece of armor offers very little defense, but it gives players three unique benefits. The one benefit paramount to finding flowers is the clothing’s ability to track Artifacts with the Guiding Wind . This allows you to track items like records, Singing Crickets, and most importantly, Undiscovered Flowers .
With this armor equipped, you can now go to your map screen, press right on the d-pad, and choose Undiscovered Flowers as an item to track. Once tracked, the Guiding Wind will point you in the direction of the closest flower. However, if you look at your map screen once tracked, you’ll see that you only get a slight hint at the general direction of the nearest flower, instead of its precise location, as you do when you tracking most other things with the Guiding Wind.
Once you’ve begun tracking flowers, you must rely solely on the direction of the Guiding Wind to lead you to the closest bud. You can keep the wind blowing as much as you like by swiping up on the controller’s touch pad if you’re unsure where to go. Just be on the lookout for the glow of any flowers hidden among trees, in the grass, on rock formations, or along the road.
After finding the closest tracked flower, Guiding Wind will automatically lead you to the next one without any additional input.
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Ghost of Tsushima: Where to Find Flowers
Players must search the map to find points of interest, guides, and resources in the HUD-less world of Ghost of Tsushima, including flowers.
In Ghost of Tsushima , players have to scour the landscape for resources and places of interest without the help of a traditional HUD. There is plenty of wildlife that players should keep an eye out for, including foxes, golden birds , and even plants. One of the most important of these resources are flowers that Jin can find growing all over the map.
Uses for Flowers
Flowers are used to purchase items and cosmetics in Ghost of Tsushima . If players are looking to change their armor with colors like the black or white dyes from merchants , they'll need to first get their hands on several flowers. And the only place to find these flowers is out and about in the wild.
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Flowers grow in just about every corner of the three regions and 40 biomes in Ghost of Tsushima . So players should be constantly on the lookout to collect the most of these precious flowers.
How to Find Flowers
Flowers are scattered and hidden all over the world of Ghost of Tsushima , but thankfully there are some fool-proof ways to find them for players that are paying attention. While the flowers do glow and can be found with the naked eye, it's significantly easier to find them with the Traveler’s Attire.
The Traveler's Attire is a ratty-looking bit of armor that players can buy from any dye merchant very early in the game. It has some of the worst armor stats in the game, and isn't even good-looking, unlike the Gosaku armor set , so it might not look like a good buy for players early on. But its true value isn't in the stats; it's in the abilities the armor grants Jin.
The Traveler's Attire allows players to track the locations of records, Singing Crickets, and undiscovered Flowers across the map. Players can choose which of these three they want to track. Press right on the d-pad, select "undiscovered flowers," and get some hints where the closest flowers are. Then players can use Guiding Wind to point them in the right direction. Keep an eye out for the glow of unpicked flowers. Once the closest flower has been picked, Guiding Wind will guide the player to the next location without any prompting.
While looking for flowers, make sure to keep an eye out for Golden Birds, foxes and fox dens , and the other natural compasses that will lead Jin to other important points of interest.
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Ghost of Tsushima Baku the Voiceless Location & Items Guide
Baku the Voiceless is a new vendor in Ghost of Tsushima Legends New Game Plus. Here's where to find them, what they sell, and how to get Ghost Flowers.
Ghost of Tsushima ‘s Baku the Voiceless is a new vendor added in the recent 1.1 Legends co op multiplayer update. Baku sells a large list of new items, from armor and armor dyes to hats and charms. These items can be purchased with Ghost Flowers, a new currency in Ghost of Tsushima Legends .
Baku the Voiceless can only be found in Ghost of Tsushima New Game Plus, which is only after beating the game for the first time. It doesn’t matter what difficulty you beat the base game on.
Where to Find Baku the Voiceless in New Game Plus
Baku can be found as soon as you begin New Game Plus. In fact, the first Tale you receive, the Echoes Between Worlds tale, shows you where to find Baku.
For easy reference, Baku can be found in Ariake prefecture at the Ariake haiku. This is just southeast of Kashine Forest and northwest of the Golden Forest.
Once you find them, you’ll be able to fast travel to their location at any point in the game to buy more unique items with Ghost Flowers.
Baku the Voiceless Items List
Here’s a list of everything available from Baku the Voiceless in Ghost of Tsushima Legends, how many Ghost Flowers each item costs, and their in-game descriptions (for charms).
- Deadly Rival’s Attire (Ryuzo) — 25 Ghost Flowers
- Archery Master’s Attire (Sensei Ishikawa) — 25 Ghost Flowers
- Traveler’s Attire (Winged Wayfarer) — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Sakai Clan Armor (Legacy of Guardians and Oceanic Valor) — 15 Ghost Flowers each
- Kensei Armor (Duel of Lights and Sanguine Autumn) — 15 Ghost Flowers each
- Gosaku’s Armor (Bright Defender) — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Tadayori’s Armor (Flowers of War) — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Ghost Armor (Avenging Spring) — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Broken Armor (Dark Survivor) — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Fundoshi (Fancy Fundoshi) — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Charm of Carnage : Makes combat bloodier — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Curse of Frailty : Successful attacks kill you, iron will disabled — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Curse of Misfortune : You will never gain resources or ammo from fallen enemies — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Curse of Exhaustion : Actions that use resolve cost twice as much — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Charm of Steadfast Fire : Greatly increases the length of time you can use the way of the flame — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Charm of Distraction : When performing Iron Will, wind gusts and hornets will distract and damage enemies — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Charm of Ghostly Fury : When you are damaged, your ghost kill streak loses one kill instead of resetting. You can kill one additional enemy in Ghost Stance — 15 Ghost Flowers
- Charm of Heavenly Rebuke : On performing heavenly strike, there is a chance for lightning to strike a nearby enemy — 25 Ghost Flowers
- Charm of Blazing Flame : The way of the flame inflicts additional damage. Heavy attacks spread fire to nearby enemies — 25 Ghost Flowers
- Charm of Canine Recruitment : If you sneak up on a Mongol dog, you can pet it. The dog will then become your ally, stealthing and fighting alongside you against enemies — 25 Ghost Flowers
- Shadow Tengai — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Dark Betrayers Hat — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Bloodstained Betrayers Hat — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Koi Straw Hat — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Kitsune Straw Hat — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Bone White Straw Hat — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Mosaic Straw Hat — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Graceful Marsh Straw Hat — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Trickster Wolf — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Beast of Prey — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Midnight Snarl — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Jade Elder — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Ancient Dragon — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Majestic Samurai Clan Mask — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Timeworn Oni — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Ocean of Blood — 10 Ghost Flowers
- Adachi Dragon Mask — 10 Ghost Flowers
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It’s worth noting that some minor charms make the game harder, while some give you new buffs to make encounters easier.
How to Get Ghost Flowers
Ghost of Tsushima Ghost Flowers can only be obtained in new game plus; they are a new currency added in the Legends update.
To find Ghost Flowers, you’ll need to complete tales, liberate outposts, and complete haikus, bamboo strikes, etc. Here’s a rundown of activities and the number of Ghost Flowers they award on completion.
- Major Tales (gold diamonds) — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Mythic Tales (blue diamonds) — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Minor Tales (white diamonds) — 3 Ghost Flowers
- Major outposts (large red diamonds, logging camps, farms, etc.) — 5 Ghost Flowers
- Minor outposts (small red diamonds, such as camps, etc.) — 2 Ghost Flowers
- Collectibles (bamboo strikes, haikus, hot springs, fox dens) — 1 Ghost Flower
And there you have it: how to find Baku the Voiceless in Ghost of Tsushima Legends . Now you know what they sell and how to get Ghost Flowers, too! If you found this guide helpful, please consider giving it a share. And for more on Ghost of Tsushima , check out our other guide content over in the game’s main tips hub .
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How to farm Flowers fast - Ghost of Tsushima
Learn the quickest way to find and farm Flowers in Ghost of Tsushima.
Flowers are one of many useful resources that players can acquire throughout their time in Ghost of Tsushima. Unlike other materials – which are used to upgrade your gear – Flowers are used as a currency for purchasing a variety of customization options like Sword Kits, Armor Dyes, and more. In this guide, we’ll discuss the best ways to farm Flowers, which you can then use to change up Jin’s look.
How to farm Flowers fast
Farming Flowers is actually a lot simpler than you might think, however it does take some time. Like many of the crafting materials you need together to upgrade your weapons and gear, Flowers can be found throughout the world in random places. We’re not sure if they respawn after you’ve picked them, as they always appear to spawn back in random spots when exploring the world.
Whether or not they respawn isn’t important, though. Much like many of the other items that play a vital part in Ghost of Tsushima, players can eventually use the Guiding Wind to find Flowers. You can select this option from the map in the pause menu, which will then cause the Guiding Wind to lead you to any nearby Flowers that you haven’t picked. This is a great way to take a break from the main story, explore the world that Sucker Punch has created, and collect yourself some bargaining chips.
We’ve managed to farm quite a few Flowers using this method and you can pretty much do it at any time. There are other things you can use the Guiding Wind to find as well. If you’re not a fan of using the Guiding Wind, then some notable places to look for large amounts of Flowers include the areas around Shrines, as well as around the outskirts of the various towns and village areas that you explore throughout the story. These often have plenty of Flowers just waiting to be picked.
Now that you know how to farm for Flowers, be sure to head back over to our Ghost of Tsushima guide for even more helpful information and content.
Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.
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