Kill 300 Skeletons
See Sword Master.
Grow 200 Vegetables
You will need to build a Greenhouse for this trophy. While on the surface, you'll notice there are two structures by your Castle (on on each side):
These are what you'll use to build the secondary constructions: Chicken Coop, the Sheep Pen, and the Greenhouse. You can only have two of those active at one time. It's recommended you start off with one Chicken Coop and one Sheep Pen so you can gather the Wool and Feathers needed for the earlier upgrades (Workstations and Defenses), then switch to 2 Greenhouses so you can work on this trophy.
Before you can grow vegetables, you first need some seeds. To get those, you need to go around collecting vegetables/plants on the surface. When you do, you'll get the food/item you're collecting and also have a small chance to pick up a seed for that item as well.
Once you have a seed, go into your Greenhouse (press when next to it). Scroll down to the seed you have and choose to "start" the process of growing the plant. When it's done, you can collect the goods, which will also have a small chance of dropping a seed as well.
You need to grow a total of 200 vegetables overall to unlock the trophy. Each stack will grant you a minimum of 10 pcs (that # will increase as you upgrade your Greenhouse), so you'll need to a maximum of 20 seeds to unlock this trophy. The trophy will unlock as soon as the 200th vegetable has been grown, even if you are not at your castle or even in your own land.
Cook 100 dishes in the Kitchen Workshop
This trophy may not happen naturally, depending on if you're cooking your own food or purchasing items from the store in Temple City. If you decide to purchase most of your food, don't worry, this trophy won't be too terrible a grind to get.
As you adventure around collecting vegetables, plants, mushrooms, etc, you'll also pick up "Dry Seeds". These drop off most plant-related items so you'll be racking up a pretty good number as you go along. These will be used to make the easiest (and least expensive material wise) item: Flour.
You'll need Kitchen Workshop stage 2 for this (you'll be getting to stage 5 anyways for Great Architect and Handyman!). Once you have unlocked stage 2, you'll be able to make all the flour you can handle. One bag requires 2 Dry Seeds to make and, again, you'll be picking up a lot of these. If you don't have this trophy by the time you've reached 100 days, keep making as much flour as you can and you'll be able to get this trophy done in no time.
After you crafted your 100th food item in the Kitchen Workshop, the trophy will unlock.
Consume 10000 HP
Potions and Food both work for this. You can see what the stats are of the consumable item by selecting it (highlighting it) in your inventory. The Food you can craft will only give a maximum of +20 Health, but there are items in the shop (specifically the sausage and the bread) that you can purchase that will give you 100-300 Health.
The higher quality Potion you drink, the more Health you'll get from it. You'll mostly be using the "Weak Potion of Health", "Strong Potion of Health", and "Thick Potion of Health" as you play through the game, so you'll be making your way to 10,000 pretty steadily as you play. As long as your diligent about healing yourself whenever you need to/can, you should unlock this trophy well before you reach Day 100.
Note: Sitting on a throne and standing in a Firefly swarm does not count towards this trophy. You must physically consume something for it to count. If you don't have this trophy by the time you finish the game, bring some Health Potions into a Cave or Dungeon and stand in a poisonous cloud with the Health Potion active. Your health will deplete and regenerate while standing still. Just be sure to hit your controller every now and then because if it idles too long, the game will pause.
Once you've consumed 10,000 HP in total, the trophy will unlock.
Expose 10 Graves
There are a variety of graves you can loot, but they appear randomly throughout each of the 4 lands. When you run past one, you'll get a prompt to hit :crossto loot it. They have a chance to drop Charms (needed for Righteous One and Mysterious Treasure) as well as random raw materials that can be used in your workshops.
The graves themselves are on a spawn timer, so if you find one and loot it, be sure to return to that location at a later time to see if the grave has returned. As long as remain aware of them, you'll be able to get this trophy before you reach Day 50.
While there are what looks like a variety of Graves available, I was only able to find two that could actually be looted. They looked like the following:
Just make sure you're keeping an eye for them as you go. You need to loot 10 Graves for the Charms required for Mysterious Treasure so this trophy will unlock alongside that one.
Friend to the Priests
Complete 10 Quests
The trophy description for this one is a little misleading. The same requirements that applied for Faithful Servant apply here. The Quest must be given to you by a Priest.
You can check your progress towards this trophy by checking your Quest Log (, scroll with until you get to the Quest Log, then count the Priest Quest that show 'completed'). For the most part, they will be about collecting raw materials (Mushrooms, plants, etc). If you don't have any active Priests Quests in your log, you can manually pick one up from the Priests in the underground area. They're located in the top-most open room (around levels 4-5):
Just talk to them to pick up a new Quest. Each Priest in each Dungeon/Cave will give you a unique quest so if you have one you don't wish to do, talk to another Priest to get a different one. As long as you're actively working on your Quests as you work on upgrading your buildings, you'll be able to get this well before you hit 100 Days played. Once you completed your 10th Priest Quest, the trophy will unlock.
Build a lvl 1 stone Castle, Walls and Towers
The trophy tile for this is a little misleading. Even though it's showing the "I", this is actually the third and final upgrade tier for your defenses.
You need to upgrade your Defenses to Level 6 to get this trophy, which also means you'll be going through the full Wood and Clay upgrades to get to this point. If you're looking for a breakdown of the materials needed, please see Great Architect. As soon as you've done the first tier of Stone upgrades on your Castle, Walls, and Towers, the trophy will unlock.
Build a lvl 1 clay Castle, Walls and Towers
You need to upgrade your Defenses to Level 3 to get this trophy (available after you have completed all of the Wood Upgrades). If you're looking for a breakdown of the materials needed, please see Great Architect. As soon as you've done the first tier of Clay upgrades on your Castle, Walls, and Towers, the trophy will unlock.
Build a lvl 1 wooden Castle, Walls and Towers
The trophy tile for this is a little misleading. Even though it's showing the "III", this is actually the first upgrade tier for your defenses.
You need to basically just start your upgrades for all the defenses for this trophy (Level 1). If you're looking for a breakdown of the materials needed, please see Great Architect. As soon as you've built the initial defensive constructions, the trophy will unlock.
Destroy an enemy Totem
You’ll need to be playing in a multiplayer game for this, either with another human player or an AI player. These settings need to be made before you start the game. If you start a game by yourself, you won’t be able to add another player later on and will need to start a fresh new game to go for this.
To destroy an enemy totem, you need to destroy the defensive constructions of an enemies keep (destroy the Towers and/or Walls). Make sure you’re well prepared before heading over to your not-so-friendly neighbors land. They’ll get a notification that their castle is under attack and will without a doubt make their way back home to defend it, so you’ll be going up against them and whatever Towers they built as a defense. Because of this, it’s highly recommended you either do this really early in the game (before they've have a chance to build up much of anything), or not until after you are in your full Mythic gear set. If you can wait until you receive the Sword for opening the Portal to Asgard, the task will be made even easier for you.
As soon as you destroy the defenses, you'll automatically destroy the totem for this trophy.
You do not need to destroy the secondary constructions (Coop, Sheep pen, and Greenhouse) for this, but if you’re feeling devilish, by all means go ahead and ruin your foe’s day even more.
Kill 10 Bears
Bears are one of the random animals that spawn on the surface at night. They have much more health compared to the Wolf and the Boar, but not more than the Buffalo. You probably will know it exactly when you see it, but just in case... this is what they look like:
You want to make sure you're at least on Titanium or Steel grade weapons before going up against any of the animals. While you can take them down with Iron weapons, you'll still take a pretty good beating while you do so. You also want to make sure you have a shield equipped so you can block the Bears attacks (it'll reduce the damage down from 16-30 down to 1-2). With that being said, however... it's highly recommended you work on this trophy after you have opened the Portal to Asgard. You get an incredibly powerful Sword when you do so that will easily kill any bear you come across.
Since the animals that spawn are random, you'll need to keep an eye out for the Bears to make sure you kill 10. As long as you're keeping an eye out for them, you should be able to get this trophy before you reach 100 Days played. If you don't have it by then, you'll need to keep roaming around at night to try and get the last you need to spawn. Be sure to check all 4 Lands for the animals, not just the one your Castle is located on.
After you've killed your 10th Bear, the trophy will unlock.
Note: When you unlock this trophy, you'll also receive the actual animal-head trophy for your throne room.
Kill 1000 Skeletons
Depending on how you play, this might be one of the last trophies you earn. Skeletons appear at night, in the deep levels of the Cave, and in the Troll boss Dungeons. It's highly recommended you do Spider Lord before this trophy so you can be "done" with the Spider Dungeons and just work solely in the Skeleton/Troll Dungeons.
Each area has one Dungeon that is full of Skeleton trash mobs and Troll Bosses. They're located in the same spot in each area (the 2nd "construction" to the left of the Castle), but they look different from the outside. The Dungeons are as follows:
Ancient Bear Mound:
One-Eyed Wolf Forest:
Desert Eagle Moor:
The Ice Dragon Wasteland:
As mentioned, inside are a LOT of Skeleton trash mobs. They start off in pairs of 2 and as you go lower, their patrol size will increase to 3, and then to 4. Be sure to take some doors in with you to create yourself a quicker path down. The are over 40 Levels to go down in these Dungeons so you'll be getting a pretty decent handful of Skeleton kills as you clear each one.
The Skeletons respawn after a few in-game days (and after an Earthquake happens) so if you've cleared the Dungeon, be sure to come back after a short time and you'll be able to kill the respawned Skeletons. You'll be needing to kill the Bosses for the shards anyways for Conung and Ascendant of Ragnar Lodbrok, so you'll be making your way through these Dungeons a few times anyways.
Any kills you make with your Dragon will not count towards this trophy. You must be the one dealing the killing blow for all 1,000. As soon as you've killed your 1,000th Skeleton, the trophy will unlock.
Inflict 2.500 damage with a long-range weapon
As with a few other trophies, the description of this trophy is misleading and should actually say 2,500 - not 2.500. You don't need to do that much damage with one shot, it's the cumulative total you need to reach with your long-range weapons. Emphasis on weapons. You don't need to do this with one single long-range weapon, it's cumulative across ALL your long-range weapons.
You can chip away at this as you adventure along. Make sure you always have some arrows on you (or bullets if you're using the hand cannons) and just be sure to fire off your long-range weapons whenever you can. If you don't have this by the time you've opened up the Portal to Asgard or awakened the Dragon, just roam around in the Dungeons killing the trash mobs until you've reached 2,500 total damage. As soon as you do, the trophy will unlock.
Kill 100 enemies with your Dragon
You’ll first need to awaken your Dragon before you can start killing things with it. Please see Dragon Lord for more information on how do to that.
Once your Dragon has been awakened, you’ll be able to call it down by pressing when on the surface/outside. Furry little critters and chickens are not your enemies. They come in peace and will not count towards this trophy. Only things that will actively attack you as you stroll by will count towards this trophy, including the random large animals that appear at night.
You’ll be mostly working on this at night. The only time you’ll really be calling your Dragon during the day to help you fight things is if your Castle is under attack by the undead Horde, or if you have a Multiplayer game active and the other player/AI decides to try and fight you. Other than that, there’s no reason to call your Dragon during the daytime.
When it’s night, there will be patrols of Skeletons that roam around. Early in the game, it’ll be groups of 2. The size will slowly increase as the days go by and you’ll eventually find yourself fighting up to 4 at a time. When you come to them, call your Dragon and he will one-shot all skeletons visible on the screen. The large animals most likely won’t take just one hit, but your Dragon will still do some hefty damage to them, so if you hit them a few times before calling your dragon, your Dragon's fire should be able to finish them off. Just make sure you’re summoning your Dragon whenever it’s cooldown is done and you’ll be able to crank this trophy out in a few night’s time.
As soon as your Dragon has killed it’s 100th enemy, the trophy will unlock.
Trade for 10,000 Gold
This should be one of the last trophies you earn. As you adventure along, make sure you don’t sell ANYTHING until all of your constructions, weapons, and armor are all fully upgraded. You also want to make sure you have a handful of your favorite potions crafted so you don’t accidentally sell anything you need for those. It’s even better if you wait until you have reopened the Portal to Asgard before working on this trophy as the Bosses drop some top quality items that sell for a pretty penny in the shop. Trading in all the items before you awaken the Dragon will guarantee you have the 1,000 Gold required to actually awaken the Dragon.
Once you’ve basically finished the main part of the game, start lugging all of the materials and items you’ve collected to Temple City to trade them in the shop. You are limited to how many items you can sell at one time! Once the store’s inventory is full, you’ll need to wait until it resets before you can sell anything else (it takes about 4-5 in-game days before it resets). Because of this, you want to make sure you sell the higher quality items first, then make your way down to the materials that give you the least amount of gold in exchange for them.
As long as you’ve saved everything you can, you should come pretty close to 10,000 Gold after a few trips to the shop. If you’ve sold everything you can and are still short, you can do one of two things:
- Go down into the Mines and collect valuable order and stones
- Kill the Dungeon/Cave Bosses
The Boss method is the recommended of the two as the scrolls they drop are worth far more than the ore you’ll find down in the caves.
Once you’ve traded 10,000 gold worth of items to the shop, the trophy will unlock.
Collect 100 Golden Ore
You collect Golden Ore by mining it down in the underground caves. You won't reach Gold until you hit roughly 20 floors down and even then, it's still rare to see it. It's unlikely you'll find large sections of it (as compared to Iron, Titanium, and Copper) so you want to make sure you're keeping an eye for it any time you go down that low in the mines.
Be sure to remember where it was you collected the ore! When an Earthquake happens (every about 15-16 Days), the mines will reset and fill back up with rock and ore. All of the ore you collected previously will be in the same location as it was when you first picked it up, so as long as you remember where you grabbed it initially, you'll be able to farm the ore again. Because of this, you should place a Portal Scroll down near where you found some Gold Ore. The Scrolls create a Portal leading from wherever you placed it in the cave and one Portal in your Workstation area. This will allow you to easily travel back and forth and, when the Earthquake does happen, you'll easily be able to go back down to the floors needed to get the rest of the ore you need.
Getting to 100 will depend on your luck with how often the ore appears in the caves. If you're being diligent about upgrading your buildings, you'll need to start farming for Gold pretty early on in the game, so you'll more than likely earn this before you hit 100 days played. If you're taking your time with the upgrades, this will take you longer to get as you won't be needing Golden Ore nearly as much.
Either way, once you have collected your 100th piece, the trophy will unlock. You do not need to have 100 on you at one time. This is cumulative.
Upgrade all Workshops to 5 lvl.
The are 4 Workshops total that you need to upgrade: Sawmill, Forge, Kitchen, and Alchemy Station. Each of them have 5 Levels - Level 1 being when you first build the work station, then 4 additional upgrades to get to Level 5. If you need a breakdown the of the materials required for each tier, please see Great Architect.
You'll need to upgrade the Forge and Alchemy Station first as you'll need the items crafted on those stations for your Castle upgrades as well as Weapons and Armor. The Sawmill should be your third-in-line focus to upgrading, and the Kitchen should be your last (you can buy far better food items from the Shop versus what you can craft in the Kitchen).
Upgrading your workshops and castle should be your number 1 priority in the game itself since it is the most time consuming task compared to actually opening up the Portal to Asgard. Because of this, you will get this trophy well before you reach Day 100, so just keep gathering the materials you need to build them up and once all four are upgraded to Level 5, the trophy will unlock.
Survive for 20 days
Survive for 50 days
Survive for 100 days
If you're looking to get the Platinum in one playthrough of the game, you want to split the 100 days up into two sections:
- Days 1-50: Upgrading all your buildings (Castle, Towers, Walls, Workshops, etc) (See Great Architect for more information on upgrading these)
- Days 51-99: Collecting Fragments, Awaken the Dragon, and open the Portal to Asgard (See Ascendant of Ragnar Lodbrok for more information on the Portals)
If you upgrade everything first, you'll have plenty of quality weapons and armor to tackle the enemies and bosses required for the Fragments and, eventually, the trip to Asgard. As long as you make it to Asgard before you hit 100 days, you'll unlock Ascendant of Ragnar Lodbrok. From there, you just need to survive the remaining days. You can kind of idle this part, you just need to make sure you hit a button on your controller every now and then so it doesn't idle (the game will pause when it does) and you also need to keep an eye out for any attacking hordes or Ultimatum quests that might appear.
You need to make it up to and through Day 100. As soon as you do, the trophy will unlock.
Reach Asgard at least once!
See Ascendant to Ragnar Lodbrok.
Ascendant of Ragnar Lodbrok
Reach Asgard in 100 days!
To reach Asgard, you first need to rebuild the Portal leading to it. The Portal has been broken into 22 Fragments which can be collected by killing bosses and completing quests. The Portal is located just to the left of your main Castle. While it's in the same location in each area, as with the Dungeons and Crypts, the outside will look different. This is what you'll need to look for:
Ancient Bear Mound:
One-Eyed Wolf Forest:
Desert Eagle Moor:
The Ice Dragon Wasteland:
Two of the shards you get will be from completing Quests. The first quest giver is the Raven (flies down onto a perch in front of your Castle) and the Beggar (located just inside the Ancient Portal buildings shown above). Once you finish the Quest chain with the Raven, you will automatically receive a portal shard. You need to collect the other 21 shards and return to her.
The Quests you need to complete are as follows (bring these items to the respective quest giver):
- (2) Eggs
- (3) Twigs
- (5) Acorn
- (2) Bird Meat
- (2) Rabbit Meat
- (2) Rock Salt
- (2) Honey
- (5) Feathers
- (2) Spider Cocoons
- (5) Iron Ingots
- (3) Boletus
- (2) Lamb
- (2) Rope
- (1) Brown Bear Meat
- (1) Buffalo Meat
- (1) Cockerel
- (1) Bread
- (1) Mead
- (5) Essential Oil
- (10) Magic Essence
- (10) Light Essence
- (1) Berserker’s Elixir
You can prep these items ahead of time so you can instantly turn in the Quests when you get them (recommended you do this to make this part go by quicker).
The other 20 shards are picked up from the Bosses in the Dungeons and Cave. They don't have a 100% drop rate, so chances are you'll be killing more than 20 to get what you need. Make sure you have Potions, Brews, and the best armor you can make at the time before going up against the bosses. They do drop Armor and Weapon scrolls that you can use at the Forge and Sawmill to craft high quality gear.
When you first start, you want to be in at least Titanium and/or Mithril gear. The first scrolls that will drop will be "Rare" Armor/Weapon scrolls. When you get 7 Armor Scrolls and 1 Weapon Scroll, you want to start crafting the Executioners gear set:
- Belt: (1) Garnet, (1) Boar Hide, (1) Rare Armor Scroll
- Boots: (2) Gold Ingot, (1) Bear Hide, (1) Rare Armor Scroll
- Bracers: (2) Titanium Ingot, (1) Buffalo Hide, (1) Rare Armor Scroll
- Faulds: (1) Garnet, (1) Bear Hide, (1) Rare Armor Scroll
- Harness: (1) Witch Skull, (1) Bear Hide, (1) Rare Armor Scroll
- Helmet: (2) Titanium Ingot, (1) Ruby, (1) Rare Armor Scroll
- Pauldrons: (3) Silver Ingot, (1) Garnet, (1) Rare Armor Scroll
When you are in most-if-not-all Rare gear, "Legendary" Armor/Weapon Scrolls will start to drop off the bosses. As before, once you get 7 Armor Scrolls and 1 Weapon Scroll, you want to craft the next available armor set, which will be the Dragon set:
- Belt: (1) Titanium Belt, (1) Garnet, (1) Legendary Armor Scroll
- Boots: (1) Iron Boots, (1) Garnet, (1) Legendary Armor Scroll
- Bracers: (1) Titanium Bracers, (1) Garnet, (1) Legendary Armor Scroll
- Faulds: (1) Titanium Faulds, (1) Buffalo Hide, (1) Legendary Armor Scroll
- Harness: (1) Golden Chainmall, (1) Buffalo Hide, (1) Legendary Armor Scroll
- Helmet: (1) Iron Helmet, (1) Amber, (1) Legendary Armor Scroll
- Pauldrons: (1) Titanium Pauldrons, (1) Titanium Ingot, (1) Legendary Armor Scroll
When you are in most-if-not-all Legendary gear, "Mythic" Armor/Weapon Scrolls will start to drop off the bosses. Once you get 7 Armor Scrolls and 1 Weapon Scroll, you want to craft the next available armor set, which will be the Mythic set:
- Belt: (1) Titanium Belt, (1) Light Essence, (1) Mythical Armor Scroll
- Boots: (1) Iron Boots, (1) Light Essence, (1) Mythical Armor Scroll
- Bracers: (1) Titanium Bracers, (1) Light Essence, (1) Mythical Armor Scroll
- Faulds: (1) Titanium Faulds, (1) Light Essence, (1) Mythical Armor Scroll
- Harness: (1) Executioners Harness, (1) Light Essence, (1) Mythical Armor Scroll
- Helmet: (1) Iron Helmet, (1) Light Essence, (1) Mythical Armor Scroll
- Pauldrons: (1) Titanium Pauldrons, (1) Light Essence, (1) Mythical Armor Scroll
The Weapon you choose to craft will depend on your play style, but the Mythical Axe is one of the best weapons you can get in the game (though you'll be replacing it after you open the Portal to Asgard). The Mythic Armor set is the best in the game and you'll need it when going up against Hel to open up the Portal.
Once you have all 21 shards from the Raven and the bosses, grab your Potions (Health, Strength, and Defense), a few Potions of Regeneration (for just in case you die), and head to the Portal. If you've completed all the quests from the Beggar, she will turn into Hel and you'll need to defeat her. She is by FAR the most difficult boss you'll come face to face with. Luckily, there are some things you can do to make this easier for you.
Firstly, Hel moves incredibly slow and the time between her attacks is roughly 2-3 seconds. If you start to get overwhelmed, you can run out of the room and replenish your health outside. When you run back in, Hel will be at the same health you left her on (she will only remain at the same health for about a minute so don't stay out too long). Alternatively, her aggro range is just under the length of the screen/play area. On the far left side of the room is a Throne. If you get her on the right, you can actually run far enough left away from her so she stops chasing you, allowing you to sit down in the Throne to regenerate your health. Hel hits incredibly hard (200-450 each swing) so you want to make sure you are using your shield ( ) whenever she swings at you. If you do die, quickly run back to your body, pop a Potion of Regeneration (to get rid of Mortal Wound), and head back inside. If you do it quick enough, Hel will still be at the health she killed you at.
This fight will take you a few to do so just time your attacks between blocking hers. When she finally goes down, she'll drop the last shard as well as a massively OP sword. Pick up the shard and stand in front of the Portal wall and it'll automatically be added. When it is, the Portal will open.
DO NOT GO THROUGH THE PORTAL YET.
The game is currently bugged and if you go through the Portal, there is a high chance that you won't be able to come back out. If you get this bug, you'll need to start a new game to complete any remaining trophies you have left unearned.
To prevent having to start over, exit out of the game once the Portal has been created and back up your save file with either the PS Cloud or a USB. Start the game back up and go through the Portal. Once you get inside, this trophy and Conung will unlock. From here, exit out of your game and re-download your save file from the Cloud/USB. When you load your game, it'll start you just before you entered the Portal, allowing you to clean up the rest of the trophies.