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Despite often appearing in groups, the Nobushi do not have a centralized organization. Depending on the temperament or the nature of their crimes, they are also known as the "homeless ones", "vagabonds", "Kairagi", "ne'er-do-wells", or even "the rioters", or just simply known collectively as "those rogues".
They are often samurai who haven fallen into banditry, and some will even ally themselves with the Treasure Hoarders or the Fatui for survival or monetary gain.

Nobushi (Japanese: 野伏 Nobushi), also called vagrants and ronin, are Common Enemies found in Inazuma. They are wandering samurai who have fallen into banditry.

Description

Nobushi are sometimes led by Kairagi. All Nobushi share the same set of common auto-attacks, but each one also has an attack unique to themselves.

Types

Nobushi

Kairagi

Kairagi are tall, tougher versions of the Nobushi. Unlike the Nobushi, they are capable of infusing their blades with the respective Elements.

Drops

Notable Nobushi

Video Guides

Farm Guide

Trivia

  • Nobushi (Japanese: ぶし, "wild warrior") were brigands in Medieval Japan; specifically, they were groups of armed peasants that hid in the mountains and worked as highwaymen.[1]
  • Each type of Nobushi uses the suffix -ban (Japanese: ばん), which can mean "(one's) turn" or to "watch/guard", among other meanings. In this case, it is more of a classifier to denote the different types of Nobushi; for example, Hitsukeban (Japanese: つけばん) may be translated as "Arson-class (Nobushi)".
  • A rōnin refers to a wandering samurai who has no lord or master.
  • As the Nobushi were originally heavy enemies on release, if the finishing blow on them ends up knocking them off their feet, they will not fall like ragdolls, say any defeat quotes, and simply fade away like other enemies as they get back up.
    • However, they will still say their defeat quotes if killed in a Frozen, Petrified or other status effect (e.g. Labyrinth Warriors event). This also applies to Kairagi, although their heavier weight makes the latter more likely.

Other Languages

LanguageOfficial Name
EnglishNobushi
Chinese
(Simplified)
野伏
Yěfú
Chinese
(Traditional)
野伏
Yěfú
Japaneseぶし
Nobushi
Korean노부시
Nobusi
SpanishNobushi
FrenchNobushi
RussianНобуси
Nobusi
ThaiNobushi
VietnameseNobushi
GermanNobushi
IndonesianNobushi
PortugueseNobushi

Change History

Released in Version 2.0
Version 2.3
  • Added new stagger animation.

Version 2.1

  • The weight for Nobushi was reduced.
  • Nobushi will no longer jump back.
  • Optimizes the combat experience when dealing with the Nobushi's sword-drawing technique.

Version 2.0

  • Nobushi was released.

References

  1. Weblio: nobushi

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