Guide By: T_l_M_B_0 / DLC by Backlash24
There are 15 Trophies that can be earned in this title.
[PS3T Would Like to Thank T_l_M_B_0 for this Roadmap]
Fan Favorite Warriors Pack DLC:
-Estimated trophy difficulty: N/A (Personal estimate of 1/10)
-Offline (breakdown): 1 1
-Online (breakdown): 1
-Approximate amount of time to 100%: 3-3.5 hours
-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: None.
-Number of missable trophies: None.
-Glitched trophies: None
-Do cheat codes disable trophies? No known cheat codes.
-Does difficulty affect trophies? No.
-Number of Controllers Needed? 2.
[PS3T Would Like to Thank Backlash24 for this Roadmap]
|A Head of the Competition|
|Decapitate 100 enemy warriors as the primary player.||(1)|
There are a few different ways that are most effective for decapitating an enemy. The easiest I have found so far is to use the Spartan equiped with the default sword, run instantly up to the enemy and press , which will make a strike to your opponent's neck. Press until the enemy either dies, or loses his head. Don't continue the combo by pressing again, that may hinder the decapitation. Press it once, then wait and press it again. Another easy way is to use the Pirate, weaken the enemy, then throw a bomb with and at the same time. This will almost always decapitate the enemy.
A few general tips:
This trophy will take a while, but it is by no means difficult. You will probably get a few of these in your time spent in Single Player, but you most likely won't get even nearly 100, so this will take a little bit of grinding.
|That Was Sparta!|
|Kill 300 Spartans as the primary player.||(1)|
This one will take a long time. You will likely get a decent amount of Spartan kills through Single Player, but not anywhere near 300. So, we turn to our good friend, the Local Match. Set a match against the Spartan. Be whichever warrior you like, it doesn't matter. Kill the Spartan in the first round, and again in the second round to end the match. That adds 2 kills to your total. Then click rematch, and keep on grinding this out. It will take a while, but its mindless work and not difficult at all.
|Tournament to Kill|
|Win 10 online tournaments as the primary player.||(2)|
For this trophy, 2 tournament fight wins in a row to unlock the final, then win the final for it to count as a tournament win. If you lose a tournament fight, you will need to start your 3 win streak over. This means you will need to win 30 matches, in sets of 3 in a row.
|Stick 4 projectiles in a single opponent as the primary player.|
This is a very, very simple trophy. There are 2 incredibly easy ways to do this:
1) Start a local match against another controller and just leave him sitting there. (Preferably as an Apache, due to its lack of armor.) Choose the Samurai for yourself. As soon as the battle starts, walk over to the Apache and press . This will make the Samurai shoot an arrow from his Yumi bow. Odds are, this arrow will stick into the enemy. You have 5 arrows, stick 4 of them into the enemy and this trophy will unlock.
2) Start a local match against another controller just like in the previous strategy (against the Apache again) but this time, choose the Apache for yourself. He has a bow as well, so pressing will fire an arrow into your enemy. Stick 4 arrows in the enemy and this trophy is yours.
You may very well get this just by playing through single player, but if you don't, it can quickly be gotten in local play.
|Against All Odds|
|Defeat 25 warriors in Survival Mode as the primary player.|
This one is actually pretty difficult. Survival Mode is just like it sounds. You choose your character and then have endless enemies sent in one after another until you die. You can unlock it by beating Arcade Mode with every warrior. You need to kill 25 enemies before you die to unlock this trophy. Make sure the difficulty is set to normal aswell if you want this to be as easy as possible.
You should pick whichever warrior you are best with, but I personally recommend using the Spartan. He is able to take alot of damage, strike with alot of power, and move pretty quickly. If you get a combo in before the enemy has a chance to hit you, you're pretty much set, so strike quickly using the combo alot. If you do this after unlocking better equipment for him, this will be even easier.
The best tip I can give, is to pick a warrior with a shield so you can block poison arrows and blowdarts. You get hit by one of those, your health will continue to drop every second. You will be dead much sooner than you will be able to kill 25 enemies.
If you are having trouble, refer to the general tips in "Whose Deadliest Now?"
|Perform a final strike on an opponent after your arm has been sliced off as the primary player.|
You will possibly get this in your time in Single Player, but if you didn't, simply set up a local match.
This one can be kind of tough. You need to play on the second controller and slice of an arm, then quickly switch over to your main controller and kill the enemy with a final strike before you bleed to death. Once you have a dismembered limb, your health slowly depletes so you have to be quick. I recommend using a more heavily armored warrior so he doesn't take as much damage, meaning you can get more strikes at the arms.
|On Death's Door|
|As the primary player, kill and opponent while at critical health, with your leg and arm injured.|
You will most likely get this by playing through Single Player. If not, you can easily get it in a local match.
|Right on Time|
|Perform only perfectly timed strikes to defeat an enemy as the primary player.|
This one is also best gotten in a local match, although it will most likely come from just playing the game. Perfectly timed attacks mean every strike hits the opponent, and the combos are timed correctly. Playing against yourself in a local match ensures that the enemy will do nothing but sit there, so you don't have to worry about them moving or blocking. Simply run up to them and hit them with a combo of , then wait for the opponent to recover, then hit them with the combo again. Rinse and repeat until your opponent is dead. If all of your attacks hit the enemy at the right time, the trophy will unlock.
|Remove all four limbs from the Knight during a single match as the primary player.|
There is basically one way to do this. The only weapon with enough "boom" to get this done is the Pirate's bomb. Start up a match against the Knight and pick the Pirate for yourself. To use the bombs, press and at the same time. Make sure to be pointing in the general direction of the Knight, or the bomb wont hit him. Odds are the first bomb won't kill him, but you have infinite bombs, so just keep on throwing them until your opponent gets blown up. If he lost all of his limbs (which he almost always does), the trophy will unlock, and you can enjoy this Monty Python reference.
|Unlock every weapon and armor available for every warrior as the primary player.|
Every warrior has 4 unlockable pieces of equipment, which are unlocked by doing challenges. Challenges are done in the Arcade Mode. The challenges are:
Arcade mode can be done mulitple times if you don't manage to complete the challenges the first time, so don't worry. Once you have unlocked all 4 pieces of equipment for all of the warriors, this trophy will unlock.
|Remove an enemy's head with a projectile and stick it into a wall as the primary player.|
Again, you may get this by playing through single player, but if not, we resort to the trusty Local Match.
|Who's Deadliest Now?|
|Defeat Arcade mode on the Deadliest difficulty as the Ninja, the Viking, and the Knight.|
This one is very self-explanatory. Switch the difficulty to Deadliest from the main menu, then begin amd finish Arcade Mode with the Ninja, Viking, and Knight. If you lose a match, you can retry, so you wont have to start from scratch if you die, so it isn't too bad, but it can be difficult.
|DLC: Fan Favorite Warriors Expansion|
|Cost: 4.99 Trophies: 3|
|Win a 4v4 skirmish as the monk without being hit.|
Skirmish mode can be played locally from the multiplayer menu with 2 controllers. Each side picks four warriors to battle with and once a warrior is defeated he is replaced with the next combatant in the order that they are picked. The survivor, who must engage in battle with the next combatant, has no equipment and only minimal health replaced. This game mode ultimately ends when one player’s team has been completely eliminated. For this trophy to unlock, select the Shaolin Monk as your first character, and simply kill, in succession, the four idle, opposing human controlled warriors.
Note #1: This trophy can also be unlocked if the Monk is not your first combatant, but defeats your opponents last character without being hit.
|A Zande to Remember|
|Win an online game as the Zande and save a replay of the match.||(1)|
The online for this game is almost entirely dead, and thus finding an online opponent is nearly impossible meaning that you will likely have to use the boosting thread in order to find a game. Once you do, select Zande as your character and win the set number of rounds in any mode (player, ranked or tournament) to win the match. Once you complete the match a menu with two options will appear. Scroll down to click on “save replay” and then input a name for the video. The trophy unlocks a few seconds after the replay saves.
Note #2: Your opponent does not have to have the DLC for you to use the DLC characters online.
|Rajputtin' You to Shame|
|Obtain all three Rajput titles.|
The three Rajput titles are unlocked sequentially by killing 100 (Rajput), 500 (Kshatriya) and eventually, 1000 total enemies (King). To look at your profile titles, while connected to the PlayStation Network, go to Multiplayer to Online Battle to Warrior Titles to Page 3/3. If they are darkened out, then you have not earned them as of yet. You can additionally check your specific kill statistics by going from the main menu to Help & Options to Combat Statistics to Rajput and then scrolling down the 'Kills' section.
Note #3: Although you have to be online to view your titles, you can earn them and the related trophy entirely offline.
These kills can be earned on any difficultly and in any non-challenge game mode, online or offline, meaning that all kills except those in the survival modes count in earning this trophy. Thus, before you begin grinding it out, you will want to go to Help & Options to Settings to Game Settings and make sure the difficultly is set to normal and that the battle rounds are set to 5.
The quickest can then be done either against a second controller (Multiplayer to Local Battle) or against a computer controlled opponent (Single player to Battle). It is noteworthy that, on average, there is really no significant time saved between the two methods as the benefit of having the computer opponent try and attack you is matched by the extra movement your character has to make in order to stay in close range of an idle human opponent.
Regardless of the mode you choose, you will want to enter the battle as the Rajput with his default weapons, the Khanda and Charkham projectile, equipped against the Apache whose lack of armor leaves him quite exposed to all attacks.
You will want to subsequently skip all posturing that occurs before and after each round by pressing . Once the battle begins, as illustrated in the video below, you will want to immediately move forward while throwing your projectiles as it yield quite a few one-hit kills in the opening seconds of battle. If you do not kill the Apache instantaneously, the attack will still cut his health in half, and thus he is quite easily defeated.
With the aforementioned method, you will easily kill your opponent three straight times. After the match, hit rematch, which restarts the game without players having to go through any menus.
Note #4: This trophy does take a fair bit of grinding, clocking in at approximately three hours, but nonetheless it can be combined with the trophies available in the original game. If you have not earned the 'That was Sparta' or the 'A Head of the Competition' trophies then fight against a Spartan warrior using the same settings as listed above.
Note #5: Please be advised that for the decapitation to count in your statistics you must watch the subsequent sequence that ends the match in which Rajput slices off the head of the enemy.
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