Sekiro’s Loaded Umbrella was recreated in real life
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has a lot of cool gameplay mechanics thanks to the protagonist’s prosthetic arm, which can be equipped with various handy tools – sorry for the pun. These tools let you adjust your play style so that you can overcome every challenge on your way.
One of such tools is the Loaded Umbrella – a metallic shield that fits in the prosthetic arm and provides you with a high level of defence. The Umbrella doesn’t grant you with complete invulnerability though, but it is indeed useful – and there’re a few upgraded versions as well. The common one – simply iron umbrella – was recreated by a YouTuber, and it surprisingly works well judging by the video below. You might recognize the author – it’s Colin Furze, the engineer who created a bunch of cool tools like hands-mounted flamethrowers and folding daggers. He’s already made a Sekiro’s tool – the Loaded Axe, but in case of the Loaded Umbrella, it’s more of a challenge.
It’s obviously a made-up fiction tool, and creating an authentic representation in real life would’ve been an impossible task – to say the least. That’s why Colin’s version is actually smaller – but it works great, as you can see for yourselves. There’s also a video with a fireworks test, and you should never repeat that at home under any circumstances. Unless you have a prosthetic arm – then it’s ok.