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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Trophies Revealed


Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, the upcoming role-playing game from Bandai Namco and Level-5, is set to launch globally within the next two weeks. Ahead of that launch, our reviewers are hard at work trying to restore King Evan back to the throne. Here's a list of the trophies that players can expect to unlock as they play through Ni no Kuni II. Be forewarned: some of the trophy titles may spoil story content.

One True King (Platinum)

Awarded for achieving 100% completion.

King in Exile (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 1.

King Reborn (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 2.

Kingdom Creator (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 3.

A Destiny Discovered (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 4.

A Matter of Time (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 5.

The Price of Progress (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 6.

The Mark of Kings (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 7.

Peace Breaks Out (Bronze)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 8.

Onward to Unity (Gold)

Awarded for finishing Chapter 9.

Ocean-Going King (Bronze)

Awarded for making your first sea voyage.

King of the Skies (Bronze)

Awarded for making your first trip in the Zippelin.

Royal Mint (Bronze)

Awarded for amassing 500,000 guilders

Lord Treasurer (Bronze)

Awarded for opening 100 treasure chests.

Royal Treasurer (Bronze)

Awarded for opening 200 treasure chests.

Tripple Threat (Bronze)

Awarded for having 50 trip doors remember you.

Make Your Best Offer (Bronze)

Awarded for giving the right gift to a higgledy stone.

No Stone Unturned (Bronze)

Awarded for satisfying every single higgledy stone.

A Bit on the Side (Bronze)

Awarded for completing your first side quest.

Side-Tracked (Bronze)

Awarded for completing 50 side quests.

Beside Yourself (Bronze)

Awarded for completing 100 side quests.

No Downside (Silver)

Awarded for completing 150 side quests.

Errand Boy (Bronze)

Awarded for completing your first errand.

All About the Errands (Bronze)

Awarded for completing 50 errands.

Knight Errand (Bronze)

Awarded for completing 100 errands.

Soldier King (Bronze)

Awarded for defeating 1,000 enemies.

Warrior King (Bronze) 

Awarded for defeating 2,000 enemies.

Toppler of the Tainted (Bronze)

Awarded for defeating your first tainted monster.

Scourge of the Tainted (Gold)

Awarded for defeating 50 tainted monsters.

Ball Boy (Bronze)

Awarded for collecting a total of 2,000 balls.

Wakey Wakey (Bronze)

Awarded for being awakened by a golden ball.

Wide Awake (Bronze)

Awarded for being awakened 50 times.

Higgledy Gaggle! (Bronze)

Awarded for getting a set of matching higgledies!

Music Buff (Bronze)

Awarded for acquiring 30 songbooks.

Raw Recruiter (Bronze)

Awarded for recruiting your first new subject.

Recruiting Sergeant (Bronze)

Awarded for recruiting 50 new subjects.

Recruiting Consultant (Silver)

Awarded for recruiting 100 new subjects.

Cooking Up a Treat (Bronze)

Awarded for cooking your first dish.

Cooking Up a Storm (Bronze)

Awarded for cooking 50 dishes.

Weapon Whizz (Bronze)

Awarded for creating 50 different types of weapon.

Armor Ace (Bronze)

Awarded for creating 50 different types of armor.

Master of Magic (Bronze)

Awarded for upgrading your spells 50 times.

Higgledy Hotshot (Bronze)

Awarded for cooking up 50 different higgledies.

Master Builder (Bronze)

Awarded for building 20 facilities in Evermore.

King of the Castle (Bronze)

Awarded for upgrading Evermore Castle to Level 4.

Superpower (Silver)

Awarded for increasing your influence to 70,000,000.

To Arms! (Bronze)

Awarded for winning your first skirmish.

God of War (Bronze)

Awarded for overcoming 50 skirmish challenges.

Dream a Little Dream (Bronze)

Awarded for entering your first Dreamer's Door.

Bad Dream (Bronze)

Awarded for hitting Danger Lv. 5 in a Dreamer's Maze.

Dream Big (Gold)

Awarded for surviving 10 Dreamer's Doors.

Overall, the trophy list for Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom looks to be fairly simple as far as JRPG's go. No 100% item or inventory completion trophies are a nice touch. The last 1/3rd of the trophies for Ni no Kuni II deal in the kingdom management section in Evermore and should be easily acquired without too much grinding. At first glance, the trophies for 150 side quests and 100 errands will be the longest timesink, followed by Scourge of the Tainted. Tainted monsters are minibosses across the world map, so extra grinding and preparation may be required to take these on. Bandai Namco may have gone a little heavy on the bronze trophies for Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom but it should be a fun and straightforward platinum trophy as long as there aren't any missable sidequests.

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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is set to launch in North America on March 23rd, 2018 for PC and PlayStation 4. Be sure to check back next week for our review; in the meantime, you can pre-order via Amazon.