Ghost Of Tsushima: How To Dress Up Like Sly Cooper
A certain combination of armor and dye will make your Ghost of Tsushima character look like Sly Cooper, getting you a trophy.
Studios with a long history often enjoy including little nods, references, and Easter eggs to their previous titles, and Sucker Punch certainly fits the bill on that front. The studio's latest release, Ghost of Tsushima , follows two successful trilogies, Sly Cooper and InFamous , and while there are similarities between this latest game and both of their previous franchises, it's the master raccoon thief that feels like a more direct comparison. While there's no way to actually transform your samurai into a man-sized raccoon wearing a cap and gloves, they did include a way for you to get pretty close, and give you a trophy for your efforts.
Aside from how you chose to engage in combat, whether that be more direct or using a stealthy approach, Ghost of Tsushima also allows a ton of player expression through their armor and cosmetic options you can find as you explore the titular island. In total there are 11 armor sets, 10 to discover since you begin the game equipped with the Broken Armor set, and each come with their own perks and visual style. Small spoiler warning here. If you don't want to know the names of any armor or cosmetic items, or where to acquire them, we will be going over the one set needed for this guide in detail as well as showing what the full set looks like. Also note that you will not be able to get all the items require until Act 3 of the game .
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The 10 armors you can find as Jin traveling, sneaking, and dueling his way across Tsushima are the Traveller's Attire, Samurai Clan Armor, Ronin Attire, Tadayori's Armor, Gosaku's Armor, Kensei Armor, Sakai Clan Armor, Ghost Armor, Mongol Commander's Armor, and Fundoshi. There are also 21 masks, and 45 helmets and headbands. Between all three, and the dyes you can purchase to alter colors, there are essentially limitless possibilities for you to create a Jin that is completely unique.
If you wanted to have Jin do his best Sly Cooper cosplay, then you will need a very specific set of clothing items to meet the requirements. First up will be the armor. For this set you're going to need Gosaku's Armor, which can be obtained by completing the Mythic Tale 'The Unbreakable Gosaku'. This Mythic Tale unlocks during Act 2 of the game, and tasks Jin with collecting six keys from six different farms across the island. Once all are collected, the keys can be used to retrieve Gosaku's armor. But, in order to make this armor look the part, you're also going to need to apply the Ocean's Guardian dye which can be bought from any merchant.
Constructing the rest of the outfit is comparatively very simple. You'll need to put on the Crooked Kama Headband, and Thief's wrap on your head to get that burglar look going. Finally, the last piece is your sword kit, which in itself is a reference to the thieving raccoon, the Sly Tanuki that makes Jin appear to have a furry ringed tail. If you haven't found these purely cosmetic items yet, just set your wind to target 'Wind of Vanity' to lead you in the right direction.
With all these pieces combined, you'll be ready to tip-toe around Tsushima pretending to be the master thief from the old PS2 days. Plus, you'll snag yourself the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy in the process.
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Here's how to unlock the Ghost of Tsushima Sly Cooper Easter egg
The Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy in Ghost of Tsushima is a reference to Sucker Punch's most notable protagonist
Did you know that there's a Ghost of Tsushima Sly Cooper Easter egg? That's right; there's a hidden trophy called Cooper Clan Cosplayer that wants you to dress Jin Sakai — the protagonist in Ghost of Tsushima — up like Sly Cooper, the thievous raccoon from Sucker Punch's most iconic series back on the PlayStation 2.
The full Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy description wants you to "dress up as a legendary thief" and while you can't turn him into an actual raccoon, you can emulate Sly's blue-and-gold style with a specific costume combination. Of course, this explainer for the Ghost of Tsushima Sly Cooper Easter egg will have the most minor of spoilers for armour and cosmetics you'll obtain during the game, so consider this your warning.
Note that you cannot get all the required outfit pieces until you reach the third region of the map, so you can stop reading now if you haven't made it to Kamiagata yet.
Ghost of Tsushima Sly Cooper outfit
In the image above, you can see Jin Sakai wearing the Sly Cooper combination. Sure, it's not perfect ... but it's a decent attempt nonetheless. If you want to earn the Cooper Clan Cosplayer for yourself, let us break down what you need to obtain.
The first part you can obtain is Gosaku's Armour. This is obtained by completing The Unbreakable Gosaku, which is one of the Ghost of Tsushima Mythic Tales . You can start it when you reach Toyotama, the second region of the map.
Ocean's Guardian dye
Now you need to dye Gosaku's Armour with Sly's blue-and-gold aesthetic. Head over to any merchant in the second or third region of the map and look through their armour dyes. Ocean's Guardian will set you back 10 flowers.
Crooked Kama Headband
Next is the Crooked Kama Headband, which features an icon of Sly's classic cane. To get this, you need to go to Jogaku Temple (circled on the map below) then use your grappling hook to climb the corners, right to the very top. You'll find the Crooked Kama Headband blowing in the wind at the peak.
Sly Tanuki sword kit
Finally, you need the Sly Tanuki sword kit. This is also in the third and final region of the map, found at the Pillar of Honour marked on the map below. it's in the south-east corner of Kamiagata and is one of the harder Pillars to reach since it's almost like a Shinto Shrine trying to get there.
When you've got all of the required components, equip them and voila! The Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy should unlock.
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How to get the secret Sly Cooper armor in Ghost of Tsushima
Thievius Raccoonus samurai.
You've made your way through Tsushima as the titular Ghost of Tsushima , Jin Sakai, but what about developer Sucker Punch Production's other protagonists? Sucker Punch also created beloved franchises like Sly Cooper and Infamous , so if you're craving a nostalgic blast from the past, Ghost of Tsushima has one sly Easter egg that's worth pursuing, if only for the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy.
With a few easy steps, you can wear armor designed to look just like Sly Cooper.
Ghost of Tsushima : How to dress up as a legendary thief
The Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy requires that you dress up as a legendary thief, which means cosplaying as Sly Cooper.
Creating the ensemble requires you to collect three distinct pieces of gear: the Gosaku armor set, the Crooked Kama headband, and the Sly Tanuki sword kit. You'll also need a specific armor dye called Ocean's Guardian. You can start collecting these once you reach Act 2, but the final pieces won't be available until Act 3. Once you have all the necessary components, wear them at the same time to make the silver trophy pop. Here's how to do it.
Step 1: Obtain the Gosaku Armor and Ocean's Guardian armor dye
The first collectible piece in your Sly set is the Gosaku Armor . You can obtain this by completing a Mythic Tale called "The Unbreakable Gosaku" that becomes available in Act 2 from the musician Yamato. You should do this ASAP. The Gosaku Armor isn't just a pretty chest plate; it's one of the strongest armor sets in the game. For a closer look at the step-by-step process, reference our guide .
After you've finished the tale and claimed the armor, head to any merchant to purchase the Ocean's Guardian dye for 10 Flowers, which can be found growing across the island. Merchants can be found at Survivor Camps, villages, and wandering the overworld.
Crooked Kama headband location
Step 2: Obtain the Crooked Kama headband
When Act 3 begins, your first mission is to reclaim the Jogaku Temple. After you've completed that, the world will open back up. Head to an area directly ahead of the Jogaku Temple featuring two pagodas. Climb the taller pagoda by standing directly below a corner of the building then hitting the jump button, using your grappling hook to latch on. Continue ascending the building until you reach its peak. You'll find the Crooked Kama headband there. As you might notice, the design and name is a reference to Sly Cooper's signature weapon.
Sly Tanuki Sword Kit Location
Step 3: Get the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit
The last piece of the Sly puzzle is a sword kit that can be found on Kamiagata's eastern coast. Head to a peninsula that protrudes from the coast northeast of Iwai Village. After scaling some rocks, you'll find a Pillar of Honor overlooking the ocean. Now you can claim the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit.
Put on every component mentioned to cosplay as Sly Cooper and unlock the trophy. You can wear other garments like a mask, so long as it doesn't take up a slot that could be filled by Sly Cooper fashion.
Bonus Infamous: Second Son Easter egg — Also in Act 2, grappling up to the top of the Omi Monastery temple will lead you to a headband called Band of the Second Son, a reference to the Infamous game.
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How to find the sly cooper outfit in ghost of tsushima (cooper clan cosplay trophy).
Sly Cooper is another massive franchise from Sucker Punch. This guide will help players locate the Sly Cooper Outfit in Ghost of Tsushima.
Sly Cooper makes an appearance as a new costume in Ghost of Tsushima . This guide will help players locate this outfit and complete the Cooper Clan Cosplay Trophy. Ghost of Tsushima has shared a release date with Paper Mario: The Origami King . Both games are completely different in tone as one focuses on exploration , beautiful environments, and engaging combat, the other is Paper Mario: The Origami King . This open-world action game is the newest game developed by PlayStation legends, Sucker Punch Productions, and has been one of the most heavily anticipated games to release in 2020. Here's how players can show their respects with the Sly Cooper outfit and unlock the Cooper Clan Cosplay Trophy.
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Sly Cooper released back on the PS2 and was a massive hit for the console. This is the era where 3D-platformers were still a thing and each new game came along with their own special mascot to represent them. Sly Cooper is the series that put Sucker Punch on the map. Three games were released during the PS2 lifecycle and Sucker Punch shifted energy into their new franchise, Infamous, once the PS3 began to gain some momentum. Regardless, almost every game released by Sucker Punch has been a home run for the studio and for the players back at home, anticipating their next release. Ghost of Tsushima references their oldest franchise with a new costume of Sly Cooper and this guide will explain how players can find it.
Sly Cooper Costume Location in Ghost of Tsushima
This costume is broken down into four different parts . Bringing all 4 pieces together will form that Sly Cooper costume in the game and help players with the Cooper Clan Cosplay Trophy. Here is how to obtain all 4 parts of the Sly Cooper costume.
- Crooked Kama Headband : The player will need to reach Act 3 in the main story. Now, head over to the Jogaku Temple. Once here, find a tall pagoda and use the iron hook to climb it. At the top, look around until the player finds the Crooked Kama Headband.
- Gosaku's Armor: The player will need to reach Act 2 in the main story. Players can access this armor during the Mythic Tale: The Unbreakable Gosaku, players will head to Akashima Village and find a singer. The player will then need to find 6 keys scattered around the map. Four of these keys can be found in Izukara and the final two located in Toyotama. After collecting all the keys, head to Akashima's Old Togo Rice Field, and on the eastern side of the mountain, the player will find a stone door. On the inside, is the Gosaku's Armor.
- Sly Tanuki Sword Kit: The player will need to reach Act 3 in the main story. Head to Kamiagata and reach the eastern coast of Kin to find a small peninsula. Head to the absolute edge to find the Sly Tanuki.
- Ocean's Guardian Armor Dye : The player will need to find 10 flowers to buy the dye.
The player will put all of these items together to create an armor that represents Sly Cooper and collect the Cooper Clan Cosplay Trophy. Ghost of Tsushima is an ambitious game that brings players back to the 13th century. Winds guide the player around the world rather than a traditional waypoint arrow and combat is slower and more calculated. It's very easy to get lost in exploring the gorgeous landscapes and avoid doing the main quests. It's neat that the game features a reference to Sucker Punch's history with Sly Cooper. This has been one of the best games to release in 2020.
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Ghost of Tsushima Legendary Thief Outfit (Cooper Clan Cosplayer)
July 16, 2020 by PowerPyx 14 Comments
In Ghost of Tsushima you must dress up in the Legendary Thief Outfit for the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy. This guide shows how to get the Legendary Thief Outfit.
It’s a reference to a Sly Cooper attire. It requires 5 pieces: Sword Kit, Helmet, Mask, Body Armor, Dye. The earliest you can do this is after reaching the 3rd region “Kamiagata” because the last pieces are there.
You can still do all of this after the story in free-roam, nothing is missable (doesn’t matter what dialogues and ending you pick during the story).
- Sly Tanuki (Sword Kit)
The Sly Tanuki (Sword Kit) is found from a Pillar of Honor. It’s in Region 3: Kamiagata, in the Kin Prefecture.
- Crooked Kama Headband (Helmet)
- Thief’s Wrap (Mask)
The Thief’s Wrap (Mask) is obtained as a gift from gift altars. For example, you find a gift altar at Golden Temple in Region 1: Izuhara. It won’t be available from the start. You must advance the story and it will automatically become available after more story progress has been made. After finishing the story it will definitely be there, but it should show up sooner than that. You don’t have to pick it up right away, it will stay there forever until you pick it up. I never interacted with a gift altar during the story and it was still there after the story.
- Gosaku’s Armor (Body)
Gosaku’s Armor is obtained from Mythic Tale “ The Unbreakable Gosaku ” in Region 2: Toyotama. The starting location is shown in the images below:
This quest requires you to liberate 6 specific farms: Aoi, Iijima, Kuta, Koshimizu, Ohama, Yagata. These are occupied Mongol territories. Their locations are shown below. Complete all six of them, each one gives you a key to Gosaku’s Armor.
Once you have the six keys, you should get a new quest marker in the south of region 2 (be sure to track The Unbreakable Gosaku Mythic Tale from your Journal). The quest marker is also shown on the map image below. Once there, you will need to kill some enemies and complete a small climbing section to finish the Tale. At the end of it, you automatically get Gosaku’s Armor as a quest reward.
- Ocean’s Guardian (Dye)
The Ocean’s Guardian Dye needs to be bought from a merchant, for example the one at Umugi Cove is selling it. You must have unlocked Gosaku’s Armor first to buy the Dye. It’s a blue color.
Finished Thief’s Outfit
Now that you have all the required parts, it’s time to put on the Thief’s Outfit.
The parts are:
That’s all there is to finding the Sly Cooper Outfit, aka Legendary Thief Outfit.
For more guides, check out the complete Ghost of Tsushima Wiki & Strategy Guide .
July 19, 2020 at 11:22 am
You know the 6 keys you need to get the armour for the sly cooper trophy, what if you’ve already taken over those locations? Are the keys still there?
July 19, 2020 at 11:35 am
You will already have gotten the keys automatically if you liberated them. The last farmer you free always gives it to you (no need to have the quest active, I accepted the quest AFTER having liberated everything and it worked fine).
July 21, 2020 at 7:45 am
I’m in act one and found aoi, but there are no Mongols there. It is also not marked as occupied. Do I need to worry?
July 21, 2020 at 5:14 pm
They don’t become occupied for purposes of this quest until Act 2
July 21, 2020 at 1:12 pm
I’m not sure if this is a bug but you might not actually require the thief’s mask. The trophy unlocked for me before I put it on, not that it’s hard to obtain regardless.
July 26, 2020 at 7:02 pm
This. I was wearing the Shattered Mask of *spoiler* and the achievement unlocked
July 27, 2020 at 2:43 am
Thief’s mask is not required.
August 17, 2020 at 12:25 am
I wore the Wolf of Tsushima mask & got it. Looks more like the little furry guy it’s referencing, imo.
July 21, 2020 at 11:54 pm
I did everything required but trophy did not pop any suggestions?
July 21, 2020 at 11:58 pm
It worked after I upgraded the armour.
July 22, 2020 at 7:09 pm
Trophy don’t pop for me..I have all the parts but my sword kit has a different color..its Brown and black not grey and black
July 25, 2020 at 8:25 pm
there’s two “tanuki” kit. You have the wrong one.
May 2, 2021 at 5:27 am
Does the armor have to be fully upgraded? Because I cant find a merchant anywhere who has dye for gosakus armor…?
May 8, 2021 at 2:37 am
I went to the pillar and got the Sly Tanuki but when I try to equip everything is doesn’t show the Sly Tanuk. What am I suppose to do as I finished the pillar and got the Sly Tanuki
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Read this Ghost Of Tsushima guide to learn more about the Sly Cooper costume and armor set! Find out how to dress up as a legendary thief, Sly Cooper costume, armor, easter egg, Cooper Clan Cosplayer Trophy, and more!
Table of Contents
How To Dress Up As A Legendary Thief
- Sly Cooper Costume Rewards
Sly Cooper Armor Costume Requirements
- ▼Gosaku's Armor
- ▼Crooked Kama Headband
- ▼Sly Tanuki Sword
In order for you to dress up as the legendary sly cooper, you will need three pieces of gear. These are the Gosaku's Armor, Crooked Karma Headband, and the Sly Tanuki Sword kit.
How To Get Gosaku's Armor
Complete unbreakable gosaku.
In order for you to get Gosaku's armor, you'll need to finish the side quest The Unbreakable Gosaku . After completing this quest, you will unlock the armor set.
Change Dye To Ocean's Guardian
After you acquire Gosaku's armor, you will need to head to a merchant and have the armor's dye changed to the Ocean's Guardian. Keep in mind that changing an armor's dye will require you to have 10 flowers.
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How To Get Crooked Kama Headband
Must unlock jogaku temple.
In order to get the Crooked Kama Headband, you will need to unlock the Jogaku Temple, which becomes available in Act 3. You may need to progress the story up to a certain point in order to unlock this area.
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Reach The Top Of The Pagoda
Once you're in the Jogaku Temple, head outside its walls and head to the Pagoda near the frozen lake. Once you're at the pagoda, latch your grappling hook to one of the corners to reach the top. A pillar with the headband will be waiting for you.
How To Get Sly Tanuki Sword Kit
Find pillar of honor in kamiagata.
The last piece of gear you'll need to collect is a sword kit called the Sly Tanuki. It will be in a Pillar of Honor in the Kamiagata region. It will be on the Easternmost side of the island, in a small land area jutting out into the sea.
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Cross Tightrope To Reach Pillar
The pillar will be at the edge of the island. You will need to scale a few rocks, and move across a few tightropes to reach the sword kit.
Sly Cooper Armor Rewards
Unlock cooper clan cosplayer trophy.
Equipping all of the armor pieces to Jin will instantly unlock the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy. The requirement for this trophy is to have Jin dress up as a legendary thief, aka Sly Cooper, one of Sucker Punch Studios' famous games.
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If you explore Ghost of Tsushima, you can find callbacks to developer Sucker Punch's other games in the form of clothes for Jin Sakai.
By Phil Hornshaw on July 17, 2020 at 7:13PM PDT
You can find a whole bunch of cool equipment to wear in Ghost of Tsushima , from the armor of a samurai warrior to the special, sneaky outfit of the Ghost. You'll also find a bunch of Vanity Gear items to customize Jin's look, like special headbands, masks, and sword kits. Among the special items you can find are several that are also Easter eggs, referencing developer Sucker Punch's other games: the Sly Cooper series and the InFamous series.
Here's where you can find all the Sucker Punch Easter eggs to dress Jin up with, including one set that unlocks a hidden Trophy that might be the game's toughest .
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Band Of The Second Son
The first Vanity Gear item that functions as an Easter egg is the Band of the Second Son. This maroon headband is a callback to InFamous: Second Son protagonist Deslin , who wears a maroon wool cap.
Where To Find It : Climb the pagoda at Omi Monastery to find the headband hanging from an arrow. You'll need to hit Act 2 to access this section of Tsushima.
Crooked Kama Headband
The next Vanity Gear item is the Crooked Kama headband, which calls to mind Sly Cooper's iconic hook-shaped kama. The blue and white headband isn't a piece of Sly Cooper 's costume, but it is a reference to the franchise.
Where To Find It : Climb on top of the pagoda at Jogaku Temple, which you won't access until Act 3. It's the tall building nearest to Lake Jogaku, and like the Band of the Second Son, you'll find this headband hanging there on an arrow.
- Sly Tanuki Sword Kit
Even more clearly an Easter egg referencing Sly Cooper is the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit. Not only is it very much a reference to Sly, a raccoon who's very similar-looking to a tanuki, in name, it also gives you a bit of a Cooper cosplay look. The sword kit gives you a scabbard that looks just like a raccoon tail.
Where To Find It : In Act 3, head to the east coast of Kin and look for a peninsula that juts out over the water, where a Pillar of Honor waits. You'll have to climb over some rocks and cliffs to reach the spot.
Unlock The Cooper Clan Cosplay Trophy
There's also an Easter egg Trophy related to Sly Cooper--the Cooper Clan Cosplay hidden Trophy. To unlock it, you'll have to wear three specific cosmetic items found in Ghost of Tsushima, all of which take a bit of work to find. You can get more info about how to unlock the Trophy with our Cooper Clan Cosplay hidden Trophy guide for specifics. Here's what you'll need to equip:
- Crooked Kama headband
- Gosaku's Armor (with Ocean's Guardian armor dye)
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Sly Cooper Armor in Ghost of Tsushima is what you need to get in order to obtain the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy. As the name implies, the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy in Ghost of Tsushima is an Easter egg based on Sly Cooper. However, the hitch here is figuring out where to find the Legendary Thief Armor. As it turns out, it’s not as easy as it seems. We’re going to show you what you have to do in our Ghost of Tsushima Sly Cooper Armor Location – Cooper Clan Cosplayer guide.
How to Get Sly Cooper Clan Cosplayer Trophy in Ghost of Tsushima – Legendary Thief Armor
To get the Sly Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy in Ghost of Tsushima, you have to put together the Legendary Thief armor. The game makes it sound like the Legendary Thief armor is a single piece of gear that you find, but that’s not right at all. Instead, you have to gather several different pieces of gear and put them on at the same time. You even have to get a specific dye. So, let’s give you a list of what you need.
- Gosaku’s Armor – In the third region, Kamiagata, find and complete the Mythic Tale side quest called The Unbreakable Gosaku .
- Sly Tanuki Sword Kit – Found in Kamiagata, at the Pillar of Honor in the Kin area. Head to the peninsula east of Iwai village, to the north of the local lighthouse.
- Crooked Kama Headband – You find this item at the top of the roof of Jogaku Temple in Kamiagata.
- Thief’s Wrap Mask – This item comes from the gift altar. Proceed through the game and check the altar every now and again, you’ll get it eventually.
- Ocean’s Guardian Dye – There’s a number of merchants scattered around the map that sell dyes, like, say, in Umugi Cove.
Once you have all the elements you need, head into the gear menu. Apply the dye to all the gear you can, and then put all the stuff on. As soon as you do, the Sly Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy is going to pop up. If you haven’t pieced it together already, this is a reference to Sly Cooper, a hit series that the developers of Tsushima, Sucker Punch, created in the early 2000s.
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Ghost of Tsushima: How to Get Sly Cooper Armor Easter Egg (Cooper Clan Cosplayer Trophy)
Ghost of Tsushima ‘s developer Sucker Punch Productions has plenty of notable franchises under its belt, so its little surprise there are easter eggs referencing said franchises in their newest game. Tracking them down can be a challenge though, which is why we’re here to walk you through how to get the Sly Cooper armor Easter egg in Ghost of Tsushima.
How to Get the Sly Cooper Armor Easter Egg in Ghost of Tsushima
There are a total of five pieces of gear needed to unlock the Sly Cooper Easter egg in Ghost of Tsushima, and they’re fairly spread out. Not only that, but you’ll need to have reached the third act of the game in order to access the majority of them.
We’ve laid out the locations of each down below to help speed up the process, and we’ll be adding screenshots of their locations on the world map once we have them in the near future.
Where to Find the Sly Tanuki Sword Set
The first piece of gear you can nab is the Sly Tanuki Sword Set, which provides you with a sword whose scabbard is a giant raccoon tail.
To get it, head to the Pillar of Honor found in the southeast corner of the third region. It’ll be at the end of a narrow strip of land to the east of Iowa village.
As you approach the marker for the Pillar, you’ll need to platform your way up and through some rocky terrain as well as tightrope walk your way over some gaps. Fortunately, its fairly easy to accomplish, and once you do the sword set can be found propped up on the Pillar.
Where to Find the Crooked Kama Headband in Ghost of Tsushima
The next piece of gear, dubbed the Crooked Kama Headband, is at Jogaku Temple; or, more specifically, on top of it.
The temple can be found in the northern portion of the region, and once you reach it you’ll need to use your grappling hook to climb to the uppermost section of the building. To do so, go to the corner of the platform at the base of the temple and leap outward. A prompt to throw your grappling hook should appear after you do.
Throw your grappling hook and ascend to the next level. Then, leap off of the corner of this level to grapple to the next level. Rinse and repeat until you reach the top of the building, and then look for a sword planted in the rooftop spire which you can examine to get the headband.
Where to Find the Thief’s Wrap
The third piece of Ghost of Tsushima’s Sly Cooper armor set is the Thief’s Wrap, and it’s one of the easiest to obtain.
As you progress through the main story, check back in on the gift alter. During the third act of the game, it’ll be one of the gifts you can receive free of charge.
Where to Find the Gosaku Armor in Ghost of Tsushima
Directly after it, though, is the hardest piece to obtain: The Gosaku Armor, which can only be obtained by completing the Mythic Tale wherein you liberate six different farmstead villages throughout the region and receive keys from the grateful townsfolk.
These locations will be available after completing the second act of the game, so you may have come across them accidentally and already obtained a key or two.
To start the Tale, head south from Akashima Village in the Toyotama region. You should come across a small bunch of townsfolk camping out in the ruins of a village, one of which is a musician resting at a campfire. Speak to him, and then he’ll direct you to some mysterious sealed stone doors in the nearby mountains.
Once you have this location, you can set to work collecting the keys for the tomb. They can be found Aoi, which is located southwest of the TsuTsu Plains; Ijima, which is due west of Akashima; Kuta, which is southeast of the Golden Forest; Koshimizu, which is to the North of the Old Toyotama Hills; Ohama, which can be found to the west of Lake Kunehama; and Yagata, which is to the east of the Yagata Forest.
As stated above, you’ll need to liberate each town from the invaders occupying them to receive their keys. Once you’ve collected all of the keys, he’d back to the tomb and deal with the invaders there. Once they’re dispatched, open the stone doors and you’ll find a path leading further up the mountain.
Proceed forward and platform your way to the top of the mountain. At its peak, you’ll find a shrine with a box containing the armor.
Where to Find the Ocean Guardian Armor Dye
The last piece of gear you’ll need to get the Sly Cooper Set in Ghost of Tsushima is the Ocean Guardian armor dye, and it’s fairly easy to obtain.
First head to the Umugi Cove found to the west of Akashima, Once there, look for a merchant who you can buy a variety of wares from. One of these wares will be the Ocean Guardian dye.
Purchase it, and then apply the dye to your gear While every other piece of gear is equipped for the full effect.
What You Get for Completing the Sly Cooper Armor Set in Ghost of Tsushima
As for what collecting the full set of Sly Cooper gear in Ghost of Tsushima gets you, the rewards vary.
In addition to unlocking the Cooper Clan Cosplay trophy, doing so will also net you armor that provides some great buffs to your health and stagger capabilities.
Likewise, the Tanuki Sword Set will remain viable for a large portion of the game, if not for the entire experience if you like it enough to keep it equipped that long.
That’s all there is to know about how to get the Sly Cooper armor Easter egg in Ghost of Tsushima . For more on the game, check out our guide wiki . It has plenty of other helpful guides on topics like how to get the All in the Wrist trophy and how to get Ghost Armor .
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Ghost of Tsushima: How to Dress Up as Legendary Thief for Cooper Clan Cosplay Trophy
The Cooper Clan Cosplay hidden trophy is one of the hardest to get in Ghost of Tsushima, and completing it will send Jin across the entire island.
Ghost of Tsushima , Sucker Punch's feudal Japanese action-adventure, has finally arrived. The game is set on the titular island, found between Japan and Korea, which is suffering under a Mongol invasion. Jin Sakai, the main character and Ghost of Tsushima , is one of the last surviving samurai on the island.
Over the course of the game players will explore Tsushima and fight back against the Mongol invaders with bow and katana. Jin can also find new armor to increase his abilities, and one secret trophy requires a very particular set indeed. The Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy wants players to dress Jin as Sly Cooper, the thieving raccoon from Sucker Punch's PlayStation 2 title.
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The Unbreakable Gosaku
The first part of Jin's Sly Cooper cosplay is the Gosaku armor. This is obtained by completing The Unbreakable Gosaku mythic tale , which can be started after reaching the game's second region. The tale begins in the south of the region, and requires the player to recover six keys from captured farmsteads. These are Aoi, Iijima, Kuta, Koshimizu, Ohama, and Yagata.
It doesn't matter which order the player visits the farmsteads in, and it's possible they will already have some of the keys before this point. The keys will unlock a chest containing the armor, which then needs to be dyed. The merchant at Umugi cove sells the correct dye, which is called Ocean's Guardian. Buy the dye , which costs 10 flowers, and apply it to the Gosaku armor to complete this stage of the trophy.
Kama and Tanuki
Next, players will need to find the Crooked Kama Headband, which is embroidered with Sly's cane. The headband can be found at the highest point of Jogaku Temple, and is only accessible with the grappling hook . The temple itself is in the far north of the map, just above the final lake before the sea. Climb the temple by using the corners as grappling points, and the headband will be blowing in the breeze at the top.
Finally, players will need the Sly Tanuki sword kit. This is also found in the game's third region, in the south-east corner of Kamiagata. The Pillar of Honor there is on the end of a narrow peninsula, and is almost as difficult to reach as a Shinto Shrine . Once all the components are ready, all players need to do is equip them and the trophy will unlock.
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Sucker Punch couldn’t resist including a big nod to their Sly Cooper series in Ghost of Tsushima, but it takes some work to achieve it. Among the Hidden Trophies of the game – click here for the full list – is a requirement to “dress as a Legendary Thief.” Achieving this will unlock the Cooper Clan Cosplayer Trophy, but there are several stages required to get there. In this guide we’ll break down how to complete the Cooper Clan Cosplayer Trophy in Ghost of Tsushima.
Ghost of Tsushima Cooper Clan Cosplayer guide
The Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy requires you to dress up in an outfit that’s an homage to Sly Cooper from Sucker Punch’s old games. It’s worth noting that this trophy can only be completed once you’ve made it to Act 3 in Ghost of Tsushima, and even then it takes a lot of work. Still interested? Okay, here’s what you need to dress as a Legendary Thief.
To complete the Cooper Clan Cosplay outfit in Ghost of Tsushima, you need the following items:
- Gosaku’s Armor
Ocean’s Guardian armor dye
Sly tanuki sword kit, crooked kama headband, gosaku’s armor.
By far the longest part of this mission, Gosaku’s armor is a Mythic Tale that requires you to collect six keys from different locations around the map. You won’t be able to take this on until you’ve reached Act 2: Retake Castle Shimura. There’s a musician near Akashima Village who’ll tell you the tale, but you can collect the keys without speaking to him. We have an in-depth guide to Gosaku's armor which you can read by clicking here , but if you want the short and dirty, here’s where to grab each of them:
- Izuhara Region
- Aoi Village in Tsutsu
- Kuta Farmstead in Ariake
- Ohama Fishing Village in Tsutsu
- Yagata Farmstead in Kashine
- Toyotama Region
- Iijima Farmstead in Umugi
- Koshimizu Farmstead in Kushi
You’ll get the keys as a reward for liberating the areas, with the hostages contained in each providing them to you once free. Once you have them all, the quest will update and point you to a cave in the Akashima hills. Fight the Mongols here and climb up with the keys to get the armor.
The Ocean’s Guardian armor dye can be picked up from any town merchant once you have Gosaku’s armor.
As with many other Sword Kits, the Sly Tanuki cosmetic is waiting for you at a Pillar of Honor, this one located on the east coast of Kin in Kamiagata. Follow the edge of the island here and you’ll spot an outcrop on the map which pokes out and curls to the south. Climb up the rocks at the end here and you’ll find a beautiful snowy lookout spot, with the Pillar of Honor waiting for you.
Finally, you won’t be able to obtain the Crooked Kama Headband until you reach Act 3. Once you’re in the new section there, you can access Jogaku Temple. Climb to the top of the pagoda within and you’ll find the headgear sitting on the roof. Using the Traveller’s Attire can make finding the right spot a little easier.
Once you have all the items, you’re ready to dress as a Legendary Thief in Ghost of Tsushima. Equip all parts of the armor (don’t forget the dye) and you’ll immediately unlock the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy. Congratulations! Click here if you want to see the rest of the Hidden Trophies in Ghost of Tsushima . Otherwise, you can head to our game hub for more tips, tricks and features.
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Ghost of Tsushima: How To Get The Legendary Thief Sly Cooper Outfit
A very Sly secret for fans to uncover.
Ghost of Tsushima , Sony's last big first-party exclusive before the PlayStation 5 arrives later this year, is finally here.
Developed by Sucker Punch, we had our eyes peeled for an Infamous-related Easter Egg, but instead found something much cooler - a Sly Cooper-inspired Legendary Thief outfit. Here's how to get it.
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Ghost of Tsushima: How To Get The Legendary Thief Outfit
It's worth noting that this won't be easy, but it will net you the "Cooper Clas Cosplayer" Trophy which you'll need if you want the game's Platinum trophy.
You essentially need to grab multiple items of clothing and armour that look a little like Sly Cooper's outfit when combined.
Set your guiding wind target to "Wind of Vanity" on the map, and you'll be directed to cosmetic items out in the open world.
Here's what you're looking for, but note: the outfit can't be completed until Act 3 of the story.
Helmet: Crooked Kama HeadbandMark: Thief's WrapArmour: Gosaku's Armour (Use Ocean's Guardian dye, purchased from a merchant)Sword: Sly Tanuki
Wondering what it looks like? Check it out in the video below.
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How To Dress Up As A Legendary Thief In Ghost Of Tsushima
Here's how to dress up as a Legendary Thief with Gosaku Armor, Guardian Armor Dye, Crooked Kama Headband and Sky Tanuki Sword Kit. Get the hidden Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy with these steps.
Ghost of Tsushima has a lot of trophies that you can achieve but one of them, ‘Cooper Clan Cosplayer’, asks you to dress up as a legendary thief. This silver hidden trophy alludes to Sly Cooper, the thief who is the main character of the Sly Cooper series created by Sucker Punch productions and Sanzaru Games. This secret Sly Cooper armor is an Easter egg that will appeal to fans of the famous franchise as well as earn you a trophy. So, how to Dress up as a Legendary Thief in Ghost of Tsushima ? Find all the details in this quick guide.
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In order to make the outfit, you have to get your hands on three things:
- The Gosaku Armor Set
- The Ocean’s Guardian Armor Dye
- The Crooked Kama Headband
- The Sky Tanuki Sword Kit
Note that you can only end up collecting all items in Act 3 so there’s a lot of work to do. To get the trophy, you have to ensure that all of these are worn at the same time. Here’s the process you have to follow:
Get the Gosaku Armor by completing The Unbreakable Gosaku Mythic Tale . We have explained the entire thing in our guide on how to unlock Gosaku Armor in Ghost of Tsushima , so go ahead and read about it in detail.
Next, you have to meet a Merchant and get the Ocean’s Guardian dye that will cost 10 Flowers. We have a handy guide on how to get Flowers fast so utilize this technique to collect Flowers quickly.
Now, it is time to visit the two pagodas near Jogaku Temple . Look at the pagoda that is taller and go to its top using a grappling hook . When you reach the roof, you will get the Crooked Kama Headband .
Finally, you need a Sky Tanuki Sword Kit . To get it, you have to visit this location and locate the Pillar of Honor.
Make your way to it by climbing some rocks and you will be able to collect the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit.
Legendary Thief Outfit
That’s everything you need – now you must wear all the above items to dress up as a legendary thief in Ghost of Tsushima . You can even throw in the Thief’s Wrap mask to complete the look but it is not mandatory. Completing this whole process will earn you the Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy. For more such useful tips, check out our Ghost of Tsushima guides .
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Ghost of Tsushima Cooper Clan Cosplayer Trophy: How to Get
By joe filsinger | jul 22, 2020.
Ghost of Tsushima Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy description tells players they have to "dress up as a legendary thief". The referenced "legendary thief" is none other than developer Sucker Punch's beloved PS2-era hero, Sly Cooper.
Although Ghost of Tsushima has a fairly easily-attainable trophy list for players that fully explore Sucker Punch's beautifully-realized world, the hidden Cooper Clan Cosplayer trophy description is a little ambiguous. Dressing up as Sly Cooper, the legendary thief, requires more than a simple outfit. Players must acquire various pieces of the set, then equip them all to unlock the trophy. Read below to find out how.
The full Sly Cooper outfit requires four pieces of gear: Gosaku's Armor, the Crooked Kama Headband, the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit, and the Thief's Wrap mask . Aside from collecting the gear, one must also acquire the blue Ocean's Guardian dye for Gosaku's Armor, which is available from any merchant. Players must be in Act 3 of the story to get some of these pieces, so make sure you are that far along before attempting to get the trophy. Here are the steps to acquiring all the necessary gear:
Gosaku's Armor is obtainable through a Mythic Tale, "The Unbreakable Gosaku", which becomes playable early in Act 2 of the story. This tale, like all the Mythic Tales, begins by speaking with the musician near the area where Act 2 begins. Unlocking the armor requires more than just completing the tale, as players must also liberate six Mongol-occupied farmsteads to acquire the keys to unlock the armor. These farmsteads are available to liberate at the start of Act 2, and are marked on your map with the red icons pictured below. Remember, after acquiring the armor, purchase the blue Ocean's Guardian dye for it from a merchant.
Crooked Kama Headband
The Crooked Kama Headband is only obtainable for players in Act 3 of the story, as it is obtained from a temple all the way near the northernmost point of the third region of the map. Travel to Jogaku Temple (pictured below), and use your grappling hook to climb all the way to the top of it. At the top will be the Crooked Kama Headband , a blue wrap emblazoned with a yellow image of Sly Cooper's cane weapon.
Sly Tanuki Sword Kit
Like other sword kits, the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit is found at a Pillar of Honor. Thie one is located in Kamiagata. Again, Kamiagata is not accessible until Act 3. The location of the Pillar of Honor containing the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit is pictured below.
The Thief's Wrap mask is available to players early in the game. It becomes obtainable at any Gift Altar after reaching a certain point of the story. If you don't have it by the time you're attempting this trophy, simply head to any Gift Altar and it should be waiting for you.
Once you've obtained them all, equip Gosaku's Armor (with the Ocean's Guardian dye), the Crooked Kama Headband, the Sly Tanuki Sword Kit, and the Thief's Wrap mask and the trophy should unlock. Enjoy Jin's blue and gold Sly Cooper look and pay homage to the game that put Sucker Punch Productions on the map.
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Yes, You Can Dress Up In Sly Cooper Colors In Ghost of Tsushima
By Team KKP | July 18, 2020 | 0 Comment
Ghost of Tsushima offers a number of armor and armor sets that make you look slick and stylish when you’re fighting for freedom in ancient Japan. But did you know that Sucker Punch worked in furry thief Sly Cooper’s digs in this serious action-adventure samurai game?
Yep, you can create a set that’s blue and black, and sports the icon of the raccoon’s iconic cane if you dig hard enough in the game. We’ve got a video detailing on how to do that.
Slight spoiler: it requires you to go as far as the start of Act 3 in the main story. Have fun watching!
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