There are many opportunities to sit and collect your thoughts in Ghost of Tsushima. At these places of meditation, you’re tasked with choosing phrases to make your own haiku poem. Haikus follow a five, seven, five syllables pattern, which is what makes them unique. Here’s what you need to know about Ghost of Tsushima haiku choices and which words you should choose.
Which words should I choose for haiku in Ghost of Tsushima?
Thankfully, there is no wrong answer for “Which words should I choose for haiku in Ghost of Tsushima?”
You see, all of the options you’re given have the correct amount of syllables. This isn’t a puzzle where the player has to count the syllables of each option before picking the ones that make five, seven, five. Instead, players are simply tasked with choosing the phrases that best fit the situation.
Of course, with no ability to fail, it’s perfectly possible to just click accept on the first option that you hover over, which will quickly skip through the haiku creation process. This saves time, but could make you feel a bit silly when Jin reads out an especially lame poem.
Pay attention and you can create a rather great-sounding Haiku, with all three lines working together in a sensible way. You won’t get bonus points, but at least it does Jin justice when it comes to haiku-creation prowess.
With no lasting impact on the game, the haiku choices in Ghost of Tsushima do not matter. You’ll still receive the same reward, so complete it however you like without worrying about any potential repercussions.
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