How to Use Susanoo in Shindo Life
As many Naruto fans may remember from the series, Susanoo is a gigantic humanoid avatar fighting on ninja’s behalf. It’s also one of the most useful and powerful perks in Shindo Life. However, it’s also rare, and no clear instructions on obtaining it are provided to players.
In this guide, we’ll explain how to obtain Susanoo in Shindo Life. We’ll also define which perks and techniques each type of Susanoo offer, and what their weaknesses are. Finally, we’ll share instructions for customizing the appearance of your Susanoo avatar.
How To Use Susanoo
Let’s dive right in – in this section, we’ll cover everything you need to know about obtaining and using a Susanoo in Shindo Life.
How to Obtain Susanoo
Susanoos in Shindo Life can only be obtained by spinning the Kekkei Genkai. In the Naruto world, it’s an anomaly in your DNA that enables you to use unique fighting techniques. In the game, it’s presented as a spinning wheel located within the customization menu. Sasuke’s and Itachi’s Full Susanoos can be obtained solely with a Rare Kekkei Genkai Game Pass. Madara’s, Shisui’s, and Kakashi’s Susanoos, on the other hand, can be earned by any player, though the items are uncommon. Simply put, all you have to do to obtain a Susanoo is open the customization menu, spin the wheel, and hope for a bit of luck.
Each type of Susanoo has its unique perks and techniques. Let’s take a look at each one in detail.
Kakashi’s Susanoo, which can be obtained without a Game Pass, has high damage and automatic chakra regeneration. The technique utilized with this Susanoo is Kamui Shuriken. Kakashi, or, in this case, any player who has obtained the Susanoo, projects large objects shaped like Obito Uchiha’s Mangekyo Sharingan, infusing them with Kamui. These objects are launched using the Susanoo. They spin vigorously towards the target, then cut and warp it into Kamui’s dimension.
Itachi’s Susanoo requires a Game Pass and lets you use two techniques. When you block the enemy’s attack, Susanoo wields the Yata mirror in front of you. You can safely move around, and the mirror will automatically follow you. Be aware, though, as the mirror doesn’t protect you from attacks from above. Itachi’s Susanoo can also be utilized for attacking, though this technique only unlocks at level 2 000. The Susanoo, paired with Totsuka Blade, does a slash, carrying you forward at the same time. It’s pretty hard for an enemy to escape this attack.
Madara’s Full Susanoo can be attained by any player without a Game Pass. It has several benefits compared to other Susanoo types. Firstly, it features extra defense which only loses in efficiency to Sasuke’s Susanoo. To activate it, hit the “E” key. Secondly, unlike some other Susanoos, it lets you hit the enemy while you’re blocking their attack. Finally, when the extra defense is combined with the first technique and activated at the right time, it can cause greater damage.
With the first technique, you can make six cuts while jumping in the air. The second Madara’s Full Susanoo technique, Shattered Heaven, summons meteors around you aimed at the enemy.
Sasuke’s Full Susanoo is the second type requiring a Rare Gamed Pass to use it. The best thing about it is, you can aim your attacks even while jumping. With the first technique, you can slice any enemy in a single go. It’s ideal for stealth attacks. The second technique, the Amaterasu shield, is one of the most powerful defenses in the game. It eliminates most chakra attacks and meteors.
The last Susanoo in the game belongs to Shisui. It enables you to use Susanoo Machine Gun, also called Tsukumo, and it works just as cool as it sounds. Your arm holding Susanoo becomes a machine gun of sorts, shooting multiple arrows at a time.
Susanoos in the game also differs when it comes to weaknesses, depending on the technique used.
Kakashi’s Susanoo shuriken attack is easy to block. Furthermore, the Susanoo has long cooldowns. You have to combine the Susanoo with another attack type, otherwise, you’ll be vulnerable during the cooldowns. This Susanoo also doesn’t offer any defense techniques.
Like most rare items in any game, Itachi’s Susanoo has better perks than more common items, such as Kakashi’s Susanoo. However, the mirror shield doesn’t let you aim properly. Attacking while behind the shield isn’t impossible, but you have to master the aiming.
Madara’s Susanoo techniques have drawbacks, too. Similar to Kakashi’s Susanoo, it has long cooldowns if you use the same technique twice. But most importantly, it’s extremely rare. You may get about five Madara’s Rinnegans before receiving one Full Susanoo.
Sasuke’s Susanoo has a long cooldown which affects both techniques. With other Susanoos, the cooldown only applies when you’re trying to use the same technique twice. It’s implemented to prevent players with Sasuke’s Susanoo from becoming overly powerful. You should also aim precisely, as the first technique is slow to start up.
Finally, the main drawback of Shisui’s Susanoo is that it takes a lot of chakra.
Read this section to find out more about Susanoo in the game.
How can I customize Susanoo?
Each player’s Susanoo looks different. As customization options are limited, some may have very similar Susanoos, though encountering the exact same one is rare. To personalize your Susanoo’s appearance, follow the instructions below:
1. Go to a police station with a prison.
2. Find a red hazard sign hanging in the air and go right to it. A “Do you wish to customize your Susanoo?” option will appear.
3. Accept the offer. A customization menu will appear on the left.
4. Select the preferred helmet, armor, accessories, weapons, eye aura, and main aura.
5. Exit the customization mode. The changes will save automatically.
Note: you can only customize the look of your Susanoo, not the way it works. This look will be applied regardless of the Susanoo type.
Hopefully, our guide has helped you understand how to obtain and use Susanoo in Shindo Life. The rarity of this perk makes it even more desirable, so players rejoice every time it appears on the spinning wheel. By customizing the avatar’s appearance, you can make it feel more personal and evoke fear in your enemies.
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