You have obtained all trophies. You have mastered Symphonia!
Obtain all other trophies for the platinum trophy.
Lloyd has obtained 10 titles. He has many titles as a swordsman, but does that mean he's a great swordsman?
See Worldwide Knight
for more information.
Lloyd has obtained all titles.
Colette has obtained 10 titles. She's not ditzy all the time!
See My Dear Colette
for more information.
My Dear Colette
Colette has obtained all titles. I guess you love Colette?
Kratos the Knight
Kratos has obtained all titles. He is everyone's hero.
Ball and Stick Apprentice
Genis has obtained 10 titles. Ball and stick is godly.
See Ball and Stick Master
for more information.
Ball and Stick Master
Genis has obtained all titles. Fear the younger brother.
Raine the Healer
Raine has obtained 10 titles. Professor Raine can be scary, but she is very kind at heart.
See All-Healing Raine
for more information.
Raine has obtained all titles. She's scary, but she heals you.
Sheena has obtained 10 titles. Mysterious in an assassin way?
See Igaguri Style!
for more information.
Sheena has obtained all titles. The most powerful summoner that commands the summon spirits.
Zelos has obtained 10 titles. He's killing it.
See Zelos the Harlem Master
for more information.
Zelos the Harlem Master
Zelos has obtained all titles. He has bewitched all women.
Presea has obtained 10 titles. She looks like a child.
See All of Presea
for more information.
All of Presea
Presea has obtained all titles. She'll keep swinging that ax.
Regal has obtained 10 titles. Just look at his abs.
See Regal the Great
for more information.
Regal the Great
Regal has obtained all titles. They're just filled with Regal's greatness.
Lloyd and his party have now arrived in Tethe'alla.
This trophy pops after heading to Tethe'alla for the first time.
Lloyd and his party can now move between the two worlds.
This trophy pops after completing the Iselia Human Ranch or where the old Gamecube disk change was.
Yes, this trophy has a misleading description as you can freely travel long before this trophy even pops up. Instead they should've done something silly and nostalgic for this trophy since this trophy pops up where the old disk change was. Something like a description of "Remember when you used to have to change disks here?" as a nod to the Gamecube players.
What is the name of this tree?
This trophy pops after beating the game and after you save your clear data.
Sword Dancer Slayer
Defeated all 3 Sword Dancers. You can open a weapon shop with all their swords. But that's too much work.
The Sword Dancer is an optional boss that has 3 different parts over the course of the game and you must defeat one before the next becomes available.
- Sword Dancer 1 - Found in the cave on Ossa Trail. The lock out point is entering the Tower of Salvation.
- Sword Dancer 2 - Found in the Gaoracchia Forest. On the screen where the memory circle is, take the first path to the left. The lock out point is when you make the pact with Luna.
- Sword Dancer 3 - Found in Iselia Forest. Enter the forest near Dirk's House.
The Sword Dancer is almost basically the same fight each time but the boss has more HP and can cast higher level spells. Sword Dancer is weak to Light magic so make sure you have Raine and Colette in your party and make sure their Light spells are on. I turn off these spells in non-boss battles since they take up too much time or Raine has a tendency to fire off Photon when she should be focusing on healing. Genis also has a light spell called Prism Sword if you have him set to S type. However, I personally don't like having Genis in my party and I rather bring in another melee fighter instead. Another trick is when you have the Topaz accessory, equip it to one of your melee fighters to do extra damage.
Make sure to stock up on gels and life bottles and always save before taking on any of the sword dancer's, especially the third one!
Defeated Abyssion. So there!
Abyssion is an optional boss that you have to find all the Devil Arms first before being able to fight him.
- Devil Arms -
To start his side quest, you first need to get one of two items;
- Evil Eye - Obtained in the Toize Valley Mine in the remains of the shattered Bacura. This is Colette's Devil Arm.
- Soul Eater - After passing through the Otherworldly Gate, head to Triet. You need to talk to two NPC's, the first one is straight from the entrance looking at goods, and the second is in the second area next to the oasis. Once you've done that, now leave Triet and look around outside for a glowing light on the field. Go to the glowing light and fight the Sandworm for this item. This is Kratos/Zelos' long sword Devil Arm.
Once you have one of these items (you'll still need the one you didn't get), speak to Abyssion on the first screen in Flanoir. You'll need to have 8 characters with you for the event to trigger. Afterward you'll get the Nebilim Key which will now allow you to open all the Nebilim chests for the rest of the Devil Arms. Now you have to find the rest of the Devil Arms.
- Nebilim - Automatically obtained from Abyssion.
- Fafnir - Obtained in the Gaoracchia Forest. You might've noticed this on your way through originally on your way through the forest. If you didn't, enter from the Mizuho/Ozette side and make sure to change the sorcerer's ring function. Go north two screens and use the ring on the ivy bush revealing a chest. This is Kratos/Zelos' Dagger Devil Arm.
- Gates of Hell - Obtained in the Temple of Earth. After getting making a pact with Gnome, and head to Altessa's house and speak to the gnome on the west side of his home. Return to the temple go straight and take the west door, continue down the path and you'll find the Dragon and right next to it is the chest. This is Sheena's Devil Arm.
- Diabolos - Obtained in the Latheon Gorge. Hopefully you picked this up along your way through the gorge otherwise you'll have to battle with the flowers again. Head to the second screen, up the ramp to the south, and then down the ramp to the southwest and open the chest. This is Presea's Devil Arm.
- Apocalypse - Obtained in Welgaia. Enter the building north of where you teleported in from the prison and go through the west door. This is not missable, and if you missed it you can get it later on when you progress the story. This is Regal's Devil Arm.
- Disaster - Obtained in Altamira's casino for 250 chips. I would go ahead and do the Million Dollars trophy first and then buy this from the casino. This is Genis' Devil Arm.
- Heart of Chaos - To get this Devil Arm you need to get all other Devil Arms first. Once you have them all, return to Flanoir and talk to Abyssion and then head to Hakonesia Peak and speak to Koton. You'll get Raine's Devil Arm from him.
Now that you have every Devil Arm you can head to the seal in the Temple of Darkness.
This guy. He's definitely no pushover now if you plan to fight him legit. This fight is one of the few battles that really show that the PS3 version had it's difficulty boosted (if you didn't know). Use standard battle procedures and stock up on gels and life bottles. Raine is a must for your party, and I highly suggest bringing Kratos/Zelos as a secondary healer. I would turn off Raine's light spells to ensure she focuses on healing only. All-Divides no longer work on Abyssion like in the GC version! so don't bother trying or you'll just end up wasting them. Basics to this fight is to keep HP high for everyone and keep an eye on Raine's TP and keep that high since you'll likely be relying on her to get a few Revitalize spells in, otherwise she'll just keep casting Healing Circle.
: Yes, there exists an ridiculously easy way to fight Abyssion if he's truly giving you trouble or you just want to get it over with. This requires that you play as Colette and have obtained at least two Rabbit's Feet accessories and Colette having over 200+ uses of Pow Hammer. I also highly suggest checking what Colette's Luck stat is in her status, you can increase this by sleeping at the Inn. The higher the stat the more likely you will trigger what needs to be done.
Now that you have all these things prepared I will explain why. At random Colette will throw a green hammer when you attack with Pow Hammer, and that has a chance to poison your enemy. Yes, Abyssion is susceptible to this and once he his poisoned, all you have to do is keep everyone
alive and wait til his HP is down to 1 and attack him once. Very anticlimactic I know, but this method does work. However I did have issues getting the poison to stick to him even if I managed to hit him with 10 or so green hammers. Just make sure you save before the fight and just reload if you didn't manage to get it to stick before he wiped your party.
After his defeat the Devil Arms will now be activated. For every kill a character makes the attack will go up by one point. They aren't so powerful in the beginning but if you bring over battle data info to every playthrough and get the Devil Arms again you'll see a massive difference. You'll see your attacks hitting in the thousands.
Abyssion's Mystic Arte still has him with red hair even though they changed it to yellow in the PS3 version.
The Sister: Seles
Defeated Zelos' sister Seles in the Coliseum. Sisters are tough.
To fight Seles in the Coliseum you first need to set up a few things to be allowed to fight her. I'm going to assume that you're trying to unlock Seles at the earliest possible place and never did any other fights in the Coliseum yet. Take Zelos through the Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced singles and you'll see a cutscene with Seles after completing each.
Now complete the Advanced singles again with any character you like and now you'll be able to fight Seles afterward. If you are on a Kratos route playthrough, as long as you get Zelos through the Advanced singles before Zelos is no longer in the party you'll be able to fight Seles in the Coliseum. If you failed to defeat her in the Coliseum, just go through Advanced singles again and she'll be there til you defeat her.
Easiest character to beat Seles with by far is using Lloyd while using only two different attacks; Sword Rain Alpha and Rising Falcon. Continuously spam those two attacks and Seles will be unable to retaliate and she'll go down in no time. No items are allowed in this battle so make sure you replenished your HP/TP by cooking in the previous battle and having a Holy Symbol equipped will make things easier if you mess up and Seles got in some hits on you.
Top of the Coliseum
Defeated Gar, Farah, and Meredy in the Coliseum. Nice going!
To fight these three you'll need to fight in every rank for Party battles in the Coliseum. In this battle you are allowed to use items so definitely make use of this and stock up on gels and life bottles before entering the coliseum match. My recommended party is Lloyd, Raine, and Kratos/Zelos, as having a secondary healer is always good to have but of course you can substitute the melee fighters for others if you want to. There is one thing about this battle that you should know about is that the first person downed will always get revived. I highly suggest taking out the same character who was downed again after they revive. This shouldn't happen again for the rest of the battle as long as you take out the person who went down first.
First character you should aim to take down is Garr since overall he's going to do more damage to the party even with Meredy going to town with spell after spell. After you take out Garr which character you take down next is up to you. I decided to take out Meredy since her spell spamming was getting on my nerves and I knew Farah wasn't much of a threat anymore with Garr out of the picture. The hardest part of this battle is just getting at least one of the characters downed. Just keep an eye on HP/TP and you should be good to go.
Three Legendary Heroes
Defeated Kratos, Yuan, and Mithos in Forbidden Anamnesis. You just caught a lucky break.
To fight these three, you first have to trek your way to the 20th floor of the dungeon; Forbidden Anamesis. I won't go into specifics on how to get there in this section. There is a section at the bottom of this guide dedicated to this dungeon and what you need to do to get to this fight.
This battle is the hardest of all the battles in Forbidden Anamesis. Before the battle starts it'll ask you to reorganize your party, and make sure you do because only the first 3 characters are allowed into this battle. Hopefully you didn't use up all your gels or life bottles along the way cause you'll likely need them and Raine's Resurrection spell is more than likely too slow to keep up. Despite that standard precedure in most games is take down the caster first, I would suggest leaving Mithos for last. Even with all of his annoying spells he's not going to do as much damage as keeping Kratos or Yuan on the field. Aim to bring Kratos down first, and then Yuan. Light spells are useless for this battle so make sure to turn off all of Raine's Light spells and I wouldn't bother bringing Colette with you either. My suggested party for this battle is Lloyd, Raine, and Kratos/Zelos. There really isn't anything new you really need to watch out for if you've come this far but be careful. If you game over you'll have to go through the entire dungeon all over again. Just make sure to keep HP/TP high for this battle as it can dwindle down very fast.
: it's quite amusing having Kratos in your party while doing this fight. So funny when you're controlling Kratos and killing Kratos.
Cooked for the first time. Don't worry about messing up, just keep challenging yourself!
Pretty easy to do, by default the Sandwich will be default when you start the game. They'll even throw in a few slices of bread for you too. After a battle you'll get a prompt to cook, press square to cook and you're good to go.
Performed a mystic arte for the first time. Win gracefully!
All you have to do is perform one Mystic Arte, chances are if you have Sheena in your party she will automatically do this for you when she goes into Overlimit and does any of her Summons. Anyone elses Mystic Arte has a lot more requirements to do and probably unlikely to do them early on unlike Sheena's summons.
Performed a unison attack for the first time. Everyone was in unison.
Perform at least one Unison Attack. Once you have Unison Attacks unlocked, go to the Unison attack section in the menu and set up attacks for your characters. Now in battle once you have a full gauge, press R3 during an attack and make sure it hits. If it fails to hit them you'll need to try again. If it connected you'll be prompted to hit 4 buttons, hit one at a time and you've completed your first Unison Attack. You don't have to press all four buttons either. I have a tendency to press only two if I'm aiming for a special Unison Attack.
Customized a weapon for the first time. There is no such thing as a useless weapon.
The first time you can customize a weapon is when you are in Triet. Go to the blacksmith and check out what can be made and if you have the materials, make it and then the trophy will pop. This isn't the only place to customize equipment either and almost every major city in the game will have one.
Cleared the game with the difficulty set to "Hard." Challenge "Mania" next time.
Switch the difficulty to Hard before fighting the final boss and this will pop up after all the credits and clear save data is made.
Cleared the game with the difficulty set to "Mania." Were the battles epic?
Switch the difficulty to Mania before fighting the final boss and this will pop up after all the credits and clear save data is made. Mania is unlocked after completing the game once. I really have no suggestions for this other than be stocked up on everything, keep HP/TP high, and make sure no one has light attacks turned on. This will probably be easiest on a playthrough with 10x EXP from the Grade Shop.
You've encountered 100 battles! Don't let your guard down.
Pretty self explanatory, just fight in 100 battles. This should come naturally over the course of your first playthrough.
You've encountered 1,000 battles! Battles never end.
Same as the previous trophy but instead at 1000 battles. You should get this naturally if you are doing everything on your first playthrough. However if you haven't gotten this trophy yet, just transfer Battle Info in the grade shop to NG+. You'll want to transfer Battle Info over even if you did fight 1000 battles on your first playthrough.
Love Me Tender
Your maximum hit number is 10! Work with your friend and pummel the enemy!
Complete a combo with 10+ hits or more. This will be harder to do in the beginning but you'll be doing this almost every battle a little later on once you get more party members and more artes with multi-hits.
Your maximum hit number is 100! Why do your enemies even try?
The easiest way to achieve a 100+ hit combo are having a few things set up beforehand. Colette needs to know Hammer Rain from the T type attacks. If she doesn't know this then you need to switch her over and forget Para Ball, and learn Pow Pow Hammer instead and use that 50 times til Hammer Rain activates. Lloyd needs Sword Rain Alpha Once those two things are done, set up a unison attack in which they can use both those attacks; which will produce Stardust Rain which should give you around 70-ish hits on its own.
Before using the Unison attack you can do one of two things;
- Build up a hit combo of at least 30-40 hits before attempting the unison attack.
- Combine this with one of Sheena's title "Party Comboist" or "Combo Conductor" to do two unison attacks in one battle. See Sheena's titles for more details. By doing two Stardust Rain unison attacks in a row you should easily get 100+ hits.
You obtained one million casino chips!
This trophy is one of the annoying ones since it's based on luck rather than just being able to outright do it. You'll need to get one million chips in the casino which is easier said than done. I'm going to share the method I used personally to get this trophy. It's going to take a few hours to do but as long as you follow it, you'll get it eventually.
First things first follow the Gald farming method I have at the beginning/top of this guide. Then rinse and repeat til you have around 7 million gald total on you. Yes, I know that's probably far too excessive but I didn't want to leave things entirely to luck. Once you have that much gald, head to the Casino in Altamira and buy 10,000 chips (5 million gald). Leave the casino, sleep, save, and then go back to the casino again.
Now that you have 10,000 chips and you've saved, go to the slot machine where you can bet 100 chips at a time. Keep doing this and do not leave the slot machine for whatever reason unless you run out of chips. Eventually while playing you'll hear the music speed up and that means that you are heading into "Paradise Mode" which one turn after another you'll hit BAR or 777's. Keep playing til you hit 1 million chips or reload your save. It took me about 15 minutes before anything happened, and I was using Kratos as the active character. 10,000 chips will probably average around 25-30 minutes of time without reloading.
Of course you don't have to grind as much as I did or even have to use the above method. if you want to you can try and work your way up with the lower bet slots and that may be a lot faster than grinding for Gald depending on your luck which may even take longer than my method. However the above method allows you to grind out grade and master your cooking. Allowing you to knock out a few other things at the same time rather than wasting it on one. Nothing like getting a few things done at the same time.
You played 100 hours! Thanks for playing! (I hope you were playing.)
Play the game for 100 hours. Chances are you won't get this on your first playthrough so you'll need to transfer your play time over with the Play Time option in the Grade Shop on your next playthrough. Without doing this your counter will restart over so make sure you transfer it!
A Collector's Collector
You completed the Collector's Book! You must now know the true meaning of the universe.
Complete every entry in the Collectors Book. The Collectors Book will take 3 playthroughs at minimum to finish due to items you receive after picking Colette, Kratos, or Zelos in Flanoir. You'll complete most of this list by finding every treasure in the game, buying/customizing from shops, drops from bosses/enemies, or side quests. The only real notable things I see people have trouble with are the White Quartz, Hourglass, and items from towns that are no longer accessible or item lists have changed. Do yourself a favour and buy everything from Palmacosta, Ozette, and Heimdall as earliest as possible. Hima and Flanoir changes its wares at some part through the game and you'll need to buy what you don't have before you are no longer able to or you will have to do it on a NG+.
I highly suggest waiting to double check what you are missing til before you are ready to fight the final boss. Everything is listed in order of how it appears in the Collector's Book in game. Keep a note that anything listed as Story Related should come naturally as you progress the story.
You completed the Monster List! So how many monsters did you kill?
For this trophy you'll have to fight every monster in the game at least once. This will take at least two playthroughs to do due to different enemies on Kratos' route compared to not having Kratos in your party. No, you don't need to Magic Lens every monster in this game for this trophy.