As I slink across roof tiles in a still city, I gaze below where steely guards patrol its streets. These Kaiho army grunts may harness light, but I command the darkness. On this single night, I’ve been called from the nether to save a princess in their grasp. I’m not sure who I am or what’s going on, but I thrive in the shadows.

Given the tremendous power my character possessed, I can teleport to any shaded location and briefly turn invisible, which were perfect abilities for me to play Aragami nonlethally. This is often the most challenging and satisfying method of play in the long run. However, the more I stuck to this regimen of reservation, the more I craved to indulge in assassination. The game empowers players to string together smooth executions and stealthily dispatch targets.

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