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Water Lily
Water lily1
The Water Lily brush stroke.
Appearances Ōkami
User(s) Shiranui
Amaterasu
Granted by Hasugami
Found Kamiki Village
Power(s) Creates a lily pad on water.
Water Lily (「水蓮」?; Suiren; water lotus) is one of the thirteen Celestial Brush techniques in Ōkami. It is the trademark brush skill of Hasugami, a member of the trio of flora gods known as the Hanagami.

Description

Water lily 2

Water Lily's scroll.

Water Lily is a particularly useful technique early on in Ōkami. When acquired, Galestorm can be used to blow lily pads across the water's surface, allowing for faster travel than simply drawing individual lily pads. This tactic is later used for a certain sidequest in Sei'an City.

As previously stated, Water Lily is very useful for a major portion of Ōkami. However, once the Water Tablet is obtained, it renders the technique obsolete, except for the aforementioned sidequest.

Usage

To use Water Lily, draw a fully enclosed circle on the water surface. This creates a lily pad that can be used as stepping stones for Amaterasu to catch her breath between swimming sessions if she ran out of air. Only three lily pads can exist at a time, and when the fourth is drawn, the first one disappears with a bit of sparkles, and so on. A lily pad can also disappear when it collides with another one, or when it is created on magma or poison.

Acquisitions

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Trivia

Lily

Artwork of Water Lily.

  • When Water Lily is used, the kanji 咲 ("saki", "bloom") appears.
  • When using Water Lily, a frog can sometimes be seen jumping off the lily pad.
  • Although Water Lily is not able to be acquired in Ōkamiden, a variation of it can be used by blooming an existing bud to create a platform of lily pads.
  • Lotus Plant metaphorically represents nirvana in Buddhism inasmuch as the lotus seed can remain ungerminated for centuries, then suddenly emerge from a pond of mud and rising its flower untainted, like awakened nirvana remains untouched by the world of phenomena, passions, karma, suffering and ignorance.

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