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Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition

Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition Trophy Guide
Guide By: Sellers
There are 57 Trophies that can be earned in this title.


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Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (2/10 Personal Estimate) (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
  • Offline trophies: 29 (11, 11, 6, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 4-6 Hours if using the tutorial and/or co-op, longer without.
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Glitched trophies: 1 potentially, The End? (rare)
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, however you cannot earn trophies in Creative Mode and the monster related trophies, except The End., won't pop in Peaceful Mode.
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, PS4, PS3 and Vita all have separate lists
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes.


Note - Update 1.22

As of 18/12/2015, Mojang have released an update that has replaced the tutorial world again so a lot of the trophies descriptions have been amended to reflect the changes. This update includes new biomes, changes to enchanting and so on. Some of the trophies are now more troublesome to obtain due to these changes and will be noted under the respective trophy descriptions.


Credit to Superbuu3 and DrMan33 for the videos and to Terminator for information on glitches and advice about the tutorial world.

Introduction:

The original PC hit Minecraft finally makes its debut on Playstation 3! This is the PS3 edition of the hugely popular creative game developed by Notch and ported by 4J Studios. For those unfamiliar with Minecraft and how the game mechanics work, I suggest referring to the Minecraft wiki: LINK. It also contains very useful information such as recipe lists, where to find items and materials and so on.

The trophy list is made up of the original 28 of the PS3 trophies, less than the PS4 and Vita versions and thus making the platinum much quicker and easier to obtain.

Note:

Most of the games trophies can obtained in the tutorial world or your own world, it is entirely up to you, however the majority of trophies are much easier to obtain in the tutorial and the guide will often refer to locations within the tutorial world.

You can also import your worlds from the Vita version, this will make getting a lot of trophies significantly faster, in particular On a Rail if you have a world setup for it. On the PS3 version you can only import worlds from the Vita, not the PS4 version. Note that on imported worlds you need to fulfill all the requirements again even if you previously earned the trophies on the Vita version.

Version Discounts:

If you have bought either the PS4 or Vita versions, you will get a hefty discount on the PS3 version and vice versa if you are wanting to Platinum all iterations of the game.

Walkthrough:

There isn't really a walkthrough for this type of game, you can do the trophies in whichever order you want as most of them just involve crafting certain items. What I would advise is leaving trophies involving the Nether and entering The End until last when you have a Diamond Sword/Armour, as it will help a lot but is not necessary, you can find numerous diamond blocks at X: 4, Y: 71: Z: 329, just mine the sandstone blocks away and you will see diamond underneath.

Other than that, the trophy list and game will feel very familiar to those who have played the game on other platforms.

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Expansion Pack 1:

Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Personal opinion)
  • Offline trophies: 8 (7, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 33+ Hours unless you can auto-pop Passing the Time
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0
  • Glitched trophies: 1, Passing the Time.
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, however you cannot earn trophies in Creative Mode and the monster related trophies aren't unlockable in Peaceful Mode.
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, PS4, PS3 and Vita all have separate lists
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes.


Introduction:

Expansion Pack 1 is the first of 3 that were added as a free update to Minecraft, which adds 7 new trophies that were previously exclusive to the PS4 and Vita versions of the game. As such the requirements for unlocking them are identical.

Walkthrough:

You can go about unlocking these trophies in any order you wish, bear in mind you will need to play for a minimum of 33 hours to unlock Passing the Time unless you have already played 33 hours prior to the update on any world or across multiple worlds, in which case the trophy should auto-pop.

As this Guide is assuming that you are playing on the tutorial world, some trophies will refer to locations within.

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Expansion Pack 2:

Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Personal opinion)
  • Offline trophies: 7 (5, 2)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 30-45 minutes
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, however you cannot earn trophies in Creative Mode and the monster related trophies aren't unlockable in Peaceful Mode.
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, PS4, PS3 and Vita all have separate lists
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes.


Introduction:

Expansion Pack 2 is the second of 3 that releases as a free update to Minecraft which adds 7 new trophies that were previously exclusive to the PS4 and Vita versions of the game. As such the requirements for unlocking them are identical. The trophies in this pack are extremely simple to obtain and shouldn't longer than an hour even if you take your time.

Walkthrough:

As this guide is assuming that you are playing on the tutorial world, some trophies will refer to locations within.

Thanks to Superbuu3 for the video for The Haggler trophy.

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Expansion Pack 3:

Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Personal opinion)
  • Offline trophies: 7 (6, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 1-2 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0
  • Glitched trophies: 2 potentially, Lion Tamer and Body Guard
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, however you cannot earn trophies in Creative Mode and the monster related trophies aren't unlockable in Peaceful Mode.
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, PS4, PS3 and Vita all have separate lists
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes.


Introduction:

Expansion Pack 3 is the third and final expansion that releases as a free update to Minecraft which adds 7 new trophies that were previously exclusive to the PS4 and Vita versions of the game. As such the requirements for unlocking them are identical.

Walkthrough:

The trophies in this pack can be earned quickly, Zombie Doctor is the only trophy that may take a little time depending on how lucky you are finding a Zombie Villager. Credit to Superbuu3 for the video! As this guide is assuming you are playing in the Tutorial world, some trophies will refer to locations within.

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Expansion Pack 4:

Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Personal opinion)
  • Offline trophies: 6 (3, 2, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 2-10 hours (highly dependent on help for the Beacon/Wither)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, however you cannot earn trophies in Creative Mode and the Wither will not spawn in Peaceful Mode.
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, PS4, PS3 and Vita all have separate lists
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available.

Introduction

Expansion Pack 4 is the latest free DLC to be patched into Minecraft and this one adds 6 new trophies to all versions of the game but it is called Expansion Pack 1 on the PS4/Vita versions. Unfortunately the requirements are quite time consuming, because you need to mine a lot of minerals for Beaconator and preparing for the Wither as it is one of the toughest creatures in the game.

Thanks to mcspotlights, MoombaB and myself for the videos in the guide.


Walkthrough

You can go about unlocking these trophies in any order you wish but I highly recommend acquiring a Diamond Pickaxe using the Diamond blocks at X: 4, Y: 71: Z: 329 then immediately working towards powering up your Beacon. If you cannot get help from another player then utilise the duplication glitch, otherwise this will take several hours. See Beaconator for more details.

This Guide is assuming that you are playing in the Tutorial World and as such, some trophies will refer to locations within it.

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Awarded All Trophies
All trophies have been awarded. (45) 

Simply obtain all other trophies for a shiny new Platinum!

Taking Inventory
Open your inventory. (8) 

This will be one of the first trophies you obtain, simply press to open the inventory.

Getting Wood
Punch a tree until the block of wood pops out. (1) 

This will be one of the first trophies you obtain, simply find a tree and mine some wood from it using .

Benchmarking
Craft a workbench with four blocks of wooden planks. 

For this trophy you need to mine enough wood from trees, open the crafting menu and make 4 wood planks then create a Crafting Table with them.

Time to Mine!
Use planks and sticks to make a pickaxe. 

See MOAR Tools

Hot Topic
Construct a furnace out of eight cobblestone blocks. 

To obtain this trophy you must use a crafting table to create a furnace. First mine some cobblestone (8 required), this is one of the most common materials in the game and can be found almost anywhere. Use your crafting table to create a furnace.

Acquire Hardware
Smelt an iron ingot. 

For this trophy you need to first mine some iron ore and obtain one piece of coal. Coal is quite common and can be found in caves and looks similar to a regular cobblestone block, only with little brown/black dots. Once you have them, put coal in the fuel box and iron ore in the top box using a Furnace and wait until it smelts into an iron ingot.

Time to Farm!
Use planks and sticks to make a hoe. 

See MOAR Tools

Bake Bread
Turn wheat into bread. 

For this trophy you must farm 3 pieces of wheat, then create bread using a Crafting Table. Wheat can easily be found in the animal pens area near the start of the tutorial world, right of the fountain in a chest.

The Lie
Bake a cake using wheat, sugar, milk and eggs! 

This trophy is easily obtained in the Tutorial world. To bake a cake you need 3 buckets of milk, 3 pieces of wheat, 2 lots of sugar (from sugar canes which can be found on shore lines usually), and 2 eggs. Chickens in the farm will randomly lay eggs every few minutes. Rather than explain where everything is, simply follow the below video as it is much easier with everything being shown to you.

See this video by Superbuu3:

Getting an Upgrade
Construct a better pickaxe. 

To obtain this trophy you need to craft a Stone Pickaxe with 3 cobblestones and 2 sticks using a Crafting Table. Note: None of the other Pickaxe variants will unlock this trophy.

Delicious Fish
Catch and cook a fish! 

Despite the trophy description, you do not have to actually catch your own fish. In the farm area of the tutorial world there is a chest with Raw Fish inside, take these and cook one using a furnace to pop the trophy.

On A Rail
Travel by minecart to a point at least 500m in a single direction from where you started. (52) 

This is the most time consuming trophy in the game depending on whether you use the Tutorial world or boost.

You must construct a Railway that extends for 500m at least in a single direction, for this you will need to mine for a lot of materials. You will need 3 Redstones, 34 sticks, 18 gold ingots and 186 iron ingots, then you need to use these to craft 18 Powered Rails and 496 Normal Rails using a crafting table. You can also join another players game and ride their rail for the trophy or importing a world from the PS3 or Vita and riding one.

Refer to this video from Wookiewarrior04 for an excellent walkthrough on the Tutorial world:

Time to Strike!
Use planks and sticks to make a sword. 

For this trophy you need to craft a sword using 2 wood planks and a stick at a Crafting Table.

Monster Hunter
Attack and destroy a monster. 

Self explanatory. At night, various hostile creatures will spawn across the wilderness. Spiders, Skeletons, Zombies and Creepers are most commonly found, simply kill one of these to pop the trophy.

Cow Tipper
Harvest some leather. 

For this trophy you must kill a cow so it drops leather and then pick it up, this may require a few tries as they don't always drop it. You can find some cows in the farm area to the left of the fountain in the Tutorial.

When Pigs Fly
Use a saddle to ride a pig, then have the pig get hurt from fall damage while riding it. (14) 

This trophy can be rather troublesome. First of all you must obtain a saddle, one of which can be found in the main Tutorial area in the chest by the horse pen. You now need to find a pig in the farm area and trap it in a 2x2 square so it won't jump out and run away, then you have to dig underneath the pig, making a pitfall so to speak but make it about 9-10 blocks deep. You need to dig under the pig but make sure there is a 1 block layer between the pit and the pig. Hop on the pig and dig the ground underneath so the Pig falls while you are riding it, earning the trophy!

Alternatively, see this video by Superbuu3 if you cannot get this method to work for you but it requires a bit of luck as pigs can behave erratically:

Leader Of The Pack
Befriend five wolves. (9) 

For this trophy you need to give five wolves bones to tame them. You should see some in the pen, to the right of the fountain in the main Tutorial area. Bones can be found in a chest in the same area or by killing skeletons. Save your game and use to give them a bone until the red collar appears around their neck and they sit up like a domesticated dog. Now quit the game without saving (either by disabling the Autosave then choosing the "quit without saving" option or closing the Application) then reload and tame them again. Rinse and repeat until you have the trophy.

MOAR Tools
Construct one type of each tool (one pickaxe, one spade, one axe and one hoe). (1) 

For this trophy you need to mine plenty of wood and create a crafting table and about 12 sticks and use this to create a Pickaxe, Shovel, Axe and a Hoe. You will also obtain the below trophies whilst doing this if you haven't done so already:

Time To Mine!
Time To Farm!
Time To Strike!

Alternatively see this video from Superbuu3 which details have to get this and several other trophies whilst doing so:

Dispense With This
Construct a Dispenser. (2) 

For this trophy you need 7 cobblestones, 1 Bow, 1 Redstone and a Crafting Table. All of these materials can be found easily in the tutorial area in chests and by mining. Redstone and string can be found past the fountain, in a building with double doors a little to the north. Alternatively, see this video by Superbuu3 outlining exactly how to get this in the Tutorial world:

Into The Nether
Construct a Nether Portal. (5) 

To create a Nether Portal you need Flint and Steel, which is crafted using an Iron Ingot and Flint (found by mining gravel) and at least 10 Obsidian blocks. This has to be a minimum size of 4x5 and can be a maximum of 23x23 but it must be rectangular shaped to work. If you make your portal large enough then there is a chance Ghasts will come through it, making Return to Sender slightly easier. Also ensure you craft a Diamond Pickaxe before attempting this so you can mine Obsidian.

You can find a Nether Portal in the Tutorial world at X: -265, Y: 71, Z: -368, mine one block of Obsidian from the portal then put it back and use your Flint and Steel to activate it and earn the trophy!

Sniper Duel
Kill a skeleton with an arrow from more than 50 meters. (19) 

I did this in the Tutorial world. Grab some string and craft a bow using sticks. There is no known set location of arrows on the tutorial, the best way is just to kill several skeletons for them instead. Now mine the cobblestone fences in the Fountain area, wait until night time and find a lone skeleton and trap using the fences it so it cannot escape/jump out, having armour and food will help as skeletons can kill you fast otherwise. Build more blocks on top of the fences in case the sun rises and leave a gap in the centre where your arrows can fire through. After this I walked just over 50 blocks back, saved my game and just kept firing until I killed the skeleton, make sure to use non elemental arrows because if fire kills the skeleton then it doesn't count. You can use a second player to watch where your arrows are landing so you can adjust your aim accordingly.

Superbuu3 shows a great method with a quick and easy setup below, it is from an old tutorial world but the same strategy still applies:

DIAMONDS!
Acquire diamonds with your iron tools. (4) 

This is easy to obtain in the Tutorial, use the Iron from the chest by the beacon to craft an Iron Pickaxe. Now proceed to co-ordinates X: 4, Y: 71: Z: 329 and mine the Sandstone to reveal Diamond blocks underneath, mine these and break them down in to diamonds then throw them on the floor and pick them up for the trophy. Alternatively you can have another player give you some diamonds as this will also unlock the trophy.

See this video by Superbuu3:

Return to Sender
Destroy a Ghast with a fireball. (9) 

This can be a somewhat troublesome trophy. Ghasts are the very large floating monsters in the Nether which shoot fireballs at you from a distance. To unlock this trophy you must successfully deflect a fireball by swiping at it (press ) so it kills the Ghast that fired it. This may take a few attempts to get the timing right but you only need to hit it once to kill it.

See this video by Superbuu3 (it's based on a prior Tutorial world but the principle is the same):

Into Fire
Relieve a Blaze of its rod. (5) 

For this trophy you need to kill a Blaze which are the yellow floating creatures, you may need to kill several before one drops a rod. You can find these creatures in Nether Strongholds which are large Fortress structures found in the Nether, you may need to explore for a while before you find one. The Blaze are yellow creatures which float in the air and attack with fire, usually there will be a spawn cage nearby which churns a few of these out regularly. See this video by DrMan33 around the 10:25 mark, he also shows you the correct way in to the Nether to encounter the Blaze:

Local Brewery
Brew a potion. (1) 

You will unlock this trophy when going for Staying Frosty so refer to that for more information.

The End?
Enter an End Portal.  (63) 

There is only one End Portal per world and they are found in Strongholds, in the Tutorial world it is located at co-ordinates X: 15 Y: 30 Z: 27.

In order to activate an End Portal you need 7 Eyes of Ender (the portal has 5 already inserted), which are created using Ender Pearls and Blaze Powder. Ender Pearls are dropped from killing Endermen and Blaze Power from Blaze's. If you want to farm Endermen then make sure to save the game before killing one in case you do not get a drop but you can make this easier by having a Sword enchanted with looting so you have a chance at Endermen/Blaze's dropping multiple pearls/rods at once. Endermen are easier to spot at night in desert biomes and if you wear a Pumpkin on your head they can't teleport away when you attack them. You can also build a shelter out of cobblestone 3 blocks wide, 3 blocks high and the roof 4 blocks long, lure an Endermen close and hide in the shelter and attack him without fear of being hit yourself.

An alternative method of obtaining Eyes of Ender is to mine all the emerald blocks around the beacon, and break these down in to emeralds, you will easily have 100+ emeralds and some purple robed villagers will trade these for Eyes of Ender, this is random but a far quicker way to accumulate the eyes rather than grinding monster kills.

Once you have 9 eyes, equip them and place them in the slots on the portal, press to activate it then jump in for the trophy. You can also join a friends game and jump in to their portal for the trophy.

Glitch Warning

There is a small chance the End Portal will not spawn correctly or be partially inside a wall, meaning you cannot activate it. There is no way to repair this and the only workaround is to start a new world but fortunately this glitch is rare, though it may be worth checking the portal has spawned correctly before farming for Eyes of Ender. Thanks to Terminator for pointing this out.

The End.
Kill the Enderdragon. (47) 

The Enderdragon acts as an end game boss after entering the End Portal, it's not too difficult to kill but I recommend doing this in Peaceful Mode so Endermen don't spawn.

First you must make your way to the top of each tower and destroy the purple devices healing it, bring some cobblestone so you can easily scale each tower, build a few blocks behind you as well before destroying the tower so that the blast does not knock you off the platform.

Afterwards you can either shoot the dragon with lots and lots of arrows or move to the middle where he hovers over and repeatedly hack away at him with your sword (need to place a few blocks down to reach) until he flies away, he will come back to the same point over and over. Rinse and repeat until you have slain the dragon.

Note:

You can actually unlock this trophy without killing the Ender Dragon. If you join someone else's world then you can simply jump through the Portal after the dragon has been killed to exit The End and the trophy will pop.

The Enderdragon is not very hard to kill if you are well equipped with diamond gear but here is a video by Superbuu3 showing an easy method for taking him down:

Enchanter
Construct an Enchantment Table. (1) 

To get this trophy you need to make an Enchanting Table and to do that, you need a Book, 4 Obsidian Blocks and 2 Diamonds (see DIAMONDS!). You can get a books by mining the bookshelves in the Enchanting Table room in the tutorial just North-East of the fountain, you can mine the Obsidian from the Nether Portal if you want or find some underground, usually near Lava. You can create your own by throwing a Bucket of water on lava to form Obsidian blocks (Buckets are made with 3 iron ingots). Once you have everything then you can create one at a crafting table.

 
 
DLC: Expansion Pack 1
Cost: Free Trophies: 8
 
Overkill
Deal nine hearts of damage in a single hit. (1) 

For this trophy you will need a Diamond Sword (see DIAMONDS!), preferably with an enchantment such as Sharpness or Smite, then use it on an enemy or animal and you should get the trophy. As of update 1.22, this trophy is considerably more annoying to obtain because the enchanting mechanic has been completely revamped. There is now no overly simple way of doing it, because it requires enchanting a Diamond Sword and creating a potion that grants you a temporary damage bonus. The best way is to use this video from DrMan33, from around 13:30 onwards:

Librarian
Build some bookshelves to improve your enchantment table. 

In order to obtain this trophy you must acquire 6 wooden planks and 3 books, you can mine the bookshelves in the Enchanting Table room for books this room is directly left from the beacon.

Adventuring Time
Discover 17 of 40 biomes (4) 

As of update 1.22, there are now a whopping 40 biomes but you need only discover 17 of them for the trophy, which massively increases the chances that it will unlock naturally for you whilst going for all other trophies. Biomes are the different types of environments explorable in Minecraft and you may explore most of the required biomes just by playing naturally, you can find a list of biomes here: LINK.

Note:

Any seeds you might find on Google or other sources for specific biomes will likely not spawn you in the correct worlds as of update 1.22.

Repopulation
Breed two cows with wheat. 

This trophy can be easily obtained in the Tutorial world. From the Fountain, go to the right and you will see two cows in a pen, grab some wheat from the chest in the middle and feed them it with until they huddle together then the trophy will pop. In the Tutorial world you can sometimes encounter an issue where the game will not allow you to breed any cows, saying you have reached the breeding limit. You must kill a lot of animals in the tutorial if this happens to you.

See this video by Superbuu3 showing off this glitch and a workaround for it:

Diamonds to you!
Throw diamonds at another player.   (3) 

This can either be obtained with an online partner or in splitscreen. To do this you must equip some diamonds and press to 'throw' them at the other player. You can find diamonds in the new tutorial at X: 4, Y: 71: Z: 329 and mine the Sandstone to reveal the diamond blocks underneath.

If you lack an additional controller, then you can find a partner in the boosting thread here: LINK.

Pork Chop
Cook and eat a pork chop. 

This is very simple. Run around and lose some stamina then in the tutorial farm area, kill one of the pigs for a pork chop then cook it in a furnace and eat it once it's cooked. Note: You cannot easily unlock this on Peaceful difficulty so do it on Easy instead.

Passing the Time
Play for 100 days.  

Glitched - As of update 1.25/1.26 this trophy is unobtainable for reasons unknown. In order to unlock the trophy you will need to delete the install data, re-download the game including all patches until you install 6/8 then cancel/refuse the rest, this way you can earn the trophy without having the update that causes it to glitch, this applies to the physical and digital versions.

This trophy requires you to play for 100 in-game days, each is a full 20 minutes and this is equivalent to the 33 hours play time, this will likely be the last trophy you obtain. Unfortunately there is no way to speed this up or manipulate the trophy so you must allow the full 100 days pass for it to unlock normally. You can either play naturally or leave your controller and the game idle until it pops, make sure to set the game to Peaceful Mode if leaving it idle. The tutorial starts at 12 o'clock (midday) so this trophy should pop at that time on either your 100th or 101st day.

Sleeping during the night to skip do the next day does not speed up progress toward the trophy, thanks to optimusmart for confirming this.

Archer
Kill a creeper with arrows. 

Self explanatory. Grab the string from the chest in the building with double doors to the North of the fountain and craft a bow using that and some sticks, then kill some skeletons to get some arrows. Now find a creeper at night and kill it with your non-elemental bow because fire kills won't count.

 
 
DLC: Expansion Pack 2
Cost: Free Trophies: 7
 
The Haggler
Mine or purchase 30 Emeralds. (2) 

For this trophy you must either mine or purchase 30 Emeralds. There are a few ways to do this, you can either mine away until you find 30 or you can get this in the Tutorial world by trading the paper in the chest by the Villager north of the fountain. Simply take the paper, save the game, trade the paper with the Villager, then quit without saving. Now reload your world and keep trading the paper until you have done so 30 times for the trophy, this is tedious but by far the fastest method.

You can also get this by trading books with the villagers around this area. There are an abundance of book cases to smash around in the vicinity so you can rack up Emeralds very quickly. I recommend this method since you can then trade these Emeralds with the Purple Robed Villagers for Eyes of Ender, which makes obtaining The End? a lot faster. It does seem random if a villager will offer the Eyes or ask for other items first so you may need to save and reload the game, because this sometimes causes the items they offer for trade to change.

See this video by Superbuu3 that shows the same method as described above:

Do note though that you can not get this trophy by mining all the Emerald blocks surrounding the Beacon, converting them into individual Emeralds then dropping them and picking them up again.

Pot Planter
Craft and place a Flower Pot. 

This trophy is obtained by crafting a Flower Pot and placing it anywhere. You can find some Clay easily in the tutorial area just opposite the building with the redstone signs, north of the fountain, there is a door surrounded by clay blocks. Once you have smelted enough clay to form 3 bricks, you can craft those into a Flower Pot then place it somewhere.

It’s a Sign!
Craft and place a sign. 

To create a sign you need 6 wooden planks and a stick, then you can craft one at a Crafting Table and place it anywhere you like.

Iron Belly
Stop starvation using Rotten Flesh. (2) 

For this trophy you must wait until your energy/food bar is depleted then eat some Rotten Flesh to restore it, which is obtained from killing zombies. You can quickly deplete your energy by jumping and sprinting around for the sake of the trophy but you cannot earn this on Peaceful difficulty because your stamina doesn't deplete.

Have a Shearful Day
Use Shears to obtain wool from a sheep. 

Shears are made using 2 Iron Ingots at a Crafting Table, once you have a pair use them on a sheep with to get wool. You can find 5 iron ingots from the chest by the beacon and some sheep in the farm area to the right of the fountain.

Rainbow Collection
Gather all 16 colors of wool. 

For this trophy you have to gather all 16 colours of wool, in order to do this you have to find the necessary items to craft them. See below for the different colours of wool and how to acquire the materials required to create them:

White - The most common type of wool and can be found on most sheep.
Red - Made from Tulips, Rose Bushes or Poppies
Yellow - Yellow flowers (found in fields)
Green - Cactus (desert biomes)
Orange - Red & yellow dye
Blue - Lazpis Lazuli (you can find some in the chest in the room with the enchanting table)
Light Blue - Lapis Lazuli & Bone Dye (Bone dye )
Magenta - Purple & pink dye
Pink - Red dye & bone meal (bone meal acquired from skeleton bones)
Light Gray - 2 bone meal & an ink sac
Black- Ink sac (kill squids)
Brown - Cocoa beans (found in cocoa pods in jungle biomes)
Cyan - Green dye & Lapis Lazuli (you can find a block of this in the house at X: 26, Y: 69, Z: -42)
Purple - Red dye & Lapis Lazuli (you can find a block of this in the house at X: 26, Y: 69, Z: -42)
Gray - Ink sac & bone meal
Lime - Green dye & bone dye (you can find a block of this in the house at X: 26, Y: 69, Z: -42)

Thanks to superbuu3 there is an extremely quick and easy method of obtaining this on the tutorial as one of the villagers will offer all 16 colours of wool if you trade emeralds for his sheers, see video below.

Stayin’ Frosty
Swim in lava while having the Fire Resistance effect. 

You get this trophy by brewing a Potion of Fire Resistance, then drinking it and standing in a pool of lava while the effect is active. This can be obtained right away in the tutorial, go directly North of the fountain then left to the potion shop. Take the Bottles, Nether Warts and Magma Cream from the chest. Now fill up the bottles with water by pressing when facing the containers and place them in the 3 lower slots on the Brewing Stand, place Nether Warts at the top and wait for it to brew. Remove the Warts and add the magma cream and when that brews you will have fire resistance potions. After all that, find some lava (there is some by the Anvil in the fountain area of the tutorial world) and drink the potion then stand in the lava and the trophy will be yours.

See this video by Superbuu3:

 
 
DLC: Expansion Pack 3
Cost: Free Trophies: 7
 
Chestful of Cobblestone
Mine 1,728 Cobblestone and place it in a chest. 

I did this in the Tutorial world in the area with the beacon to the North of the fountain. Mine until your inventory is full of Cobblestone then place all of it into a single chest and the trophy will pop. You cannot use a friend's chest full of Cobblestone to get the trophy, you must mine the Cobblestone yourself. Thanks to optimusmart for confirming this.

Renewable Energy
Smelt wood trunks using charcoal to make more charcoal. 

To obtain this trophy you need smelt wood with charcoal in a Furnace. To get charcoal: Smelt any two different types of wood then remove the wood from the fuel box and replace it with the charcoal and when that Smelts, you will have more charcoal and the trophy.

Music to my Ears
Play a music disc in a Jukebox. 

This is easily obtained early on in the Tutorial. Just after spawning, run forward and you will come up to the a Fountain, there is a chest right in front of it with a Jukebox and a music disc, simply place the box and play the disc for the trophy.

Body Guard
Create an Iron Golem.  (1) 

Note: Ensure you are building your Golem outside with a clear view of the sky, there have been reports of it not unlocking if you make one inside of a cave or building.

This is also easily obtained early on in the Tutorial. For this trophy you need 4 blocks of iron which are crafted with 9 iron ingots, you can find some blocks at the following co-ordinates:

X: 64, Y: 66, Z: -58
X: 312, Y: 67, Z: 153
X: 352, Y: 66, Z: 96
X: 328, Y: 66, Z: 119

With your iron blocks in-hand, place one block on the bottom, one on top of that then place one on either side of the top block. Now place a Pumpkin (mine one in the farm to the left of the fountain) on top to create the Golem. You can also join a friends' game who has the body already built then all you have to do is place the head.

See this video by Superbuu3:

Iron Man
Wear a full suit of Iron armor. 

This trophy can be obtained very quickly in the Tutorial world. From the fountain, go directly North and past the merchant villager to the left and just after the building with red bricks you will see a tower to the right locked by an iron door. Simply mine the door, go up the stairs and you will find a full suit of Iron Armour. Just mine this and equip all of it to unlock the trophy.

See this video by Superbuu3:

Zombie Doctor
Cure a zombie villager. (4) 

This is possibly the most complex trophy in the game, because you need to cure a Zombie villager by using a Splash Potion of Weakness then feeding it a Golden Apple.

To brew a Splash Potion of Weakness you will first need to make a Mundane Potion, use a bottle of water, magma cream and then mix that with a Fermented Spider Eye for a Potion of Weakness. You then need to kill a creeper for gun power, mix that with the newly created potion in order to make it a Splash Potion of Weakness.

Now you need to make a Golden Apple, this is made from an Apple and 8 Gold Ingots. You can find apples on the oak trees in the tutorial village and for gold mine at X: 97, Y 31, Z: -120 then craft these in to ingots. Now use a crafting table to make the Golden Apple

Now you need to find a Zombie Villager, they are usually found around Villages but can be rarely found roaming around other areas. You can 'create' one yourself by setting the game to hard mode and leading a zombie to a Village area and having it attack a villager to turn him in to a zombie. You will need to trap the zombie and the villager for this to work so the he won't escape. Thanks to optimusmart for confirming this method.

Whichever method you use, throw the Splash potion at it then equip the apple and press to feed it and the trophy will pop immediately.

See this video by Superbuu3:

Lion Tamer
Tame an Ocelot.  (3) 

Glitched - As of update 1.22, there have been numerous reports of this trophy being very glitchy and not unlocking. The cause of the problem is unknown but the trophy is still obtainable, just keep trying and it should eventually pop.

The recent Update 1.24 has seemingly made this problem even worse due to the breeding limit error message, all you can do is keep creating a new tutorial world and hope you do not get the error message, otherwise you may need to delete and reinstall the game refusing any updates and try to tame the ocelots on the original tutorial.

For this trophy you will need to feed an Ocelot some raw fish in order to Tame it. This can be done in the Tutorial world because there are two Ocelots in a Pen in the farm area. Be careful not to open the gates as the Ocelots will try to escape. Firstly grab the raw fish from the nearby chest, wait by the fence for one of the Ocelots to come to you, feed it a fish and with a bit of luck it will turn in to a cat and give you the trophy, try not to make eye contact as it may run away. This make take several attempts to pull off, keep trying and it will eventually work.

Here is a workaround from Terminator if you suffer from the breeding limit glitch.

1: Save your game and disable the auto save.
2: Pick up the Raw Fish from the chest near the Ocelot enclosure.
3: Let the Ocelots out of their enclosure.
4: Now the tricky part - Follow one of them until you see them stop, now you must look away slightly but keep the Raw Fish in your hand. If done correctly, the Ocelot will slowly come up to you and allow you to feed them.
5: If you pulled off step 4 correctly, then keep on feeding the Ocelot until it changes into a Cat.


If the above doesn't work for you then see the following video from Superbuu3:

 
 
DLC: Expansion Pack 4
Cost: TBD Trophies: 6
 
The Beginning?
Spawn the Wither. 

Note that you can also join another player's game and use their materials to spawn the Wither if they have one setup but can also get this trophy by being in the world when someone else spawns a Wither.

For this trophy you are tasked with spawning the Wither. In order to accomplish this you will 4x Soul Sand and 3x Wither Skull, the former is found in abundance in the Nether and the latter is dropped from Wither Skeletons which are also found in the Nether. You can find a Skull in the Tutorial World at X: -320, Y: 122, Z: -146 and at X: 307 Y: 73 Z: 195 but for the final Skull, you will have to kill Wither Skeletons in Nether Fortresses and they have a 2.5% chance of dropping a Skull. Once you have the required materials then you need to place the sand in a T block fashion with 2 blocks on top of each other and 1 on either end, you then need to place the 3 skulls on top of the sand and the Wither will spawn shortly after. It should look like this:

The Beginning.
Kill the Wither. 

For this trophy you first need to first spawn the Wither then kill it but make sure you are doing this on Easy difficulty and, to make it easier, spawning it in the Normal world and not the Nether.

In terms of taking on the Wither I recommend using some/all of the following setup:

  • Diamond Sword - Preferably enchanted with Sharpness/Smite
  • Diamond Armour - Protection/Blast Protection enchantments
  • Bow - Power/Infinity enchantments
  • Potion of Healing
  • Potion of Strength
  • Enchanted Golden Apple (see Overpowered)

The above enchantments are not necessarily required but will help a lot.

As soon as the Wither spawns make sure you run away as it will cause a huge explosion which can easily kill you, do not try to damage it whilst it grows as it is invincible at this point. Afterwards, keep your distance and fire as many arrows at it as possible and use your potions and apples if needed. When the Wither's health is reduced to 50%, it will begin to float at player level and become immune to arrows so you will have to finish it off using your sword but use your strength potion as well and keep hacking away until it is defeated.

See the following video by mcspotlights on how to kill the Wither:

Beaconator
Create and fully power a Beacon. (1) 

Note that you can also join another player's game and place one block on their incomplete beacon to unlock the trophy or just be in the world when someone else completes it.

This is the most time consuming trophy in the set by far because you are tasked with creating a Beacon and fully powering it up. To create a Beacon you need a Nether Star which is obtained from killing the Wither, plus 3 blocks of obsidian and 5 blocks of glass.

For the sake of this trophy we will use the Tutorial World's Beacon but it is not fully powered up so take the beacon in the main village and mine all 34 of its Emerald blocks. In order to full power up a Beacon, you are going to need a whopping 164 blocks of Iron/Gold/Diamond/Emerald or any combination of them. This means you will have to mine for a staggering 1476 total ingots to make the blocks. Thankfully the tutorial at least provides you with some pre-made blocks, 34 Emerald blocks from the Beacon, 16 Gold blocks in the Cathedral just North West of the main village, and 26 Diamond blocks at X: 4, Y: 71: Z: 329 totalling 56 blocks. This is my completed beacon:

You can either mine the rest which will take several hours or use the following duplication glitch which I highly recommend. Credit to MoombaB for the video:

Here's the written version (as taken from the video's description):

Open the chest and press the button at the same time. The chest should stay open when you exit the start menu. Throw the blocks until you can't throw anymore and the number should stay the same. Now open the Crafting Menu and turn all the blocks you're holding into diamonds or whatever other block equivalent, then exit the Crafting Menu and pick up the blocks that you threw. Rinse and repeat. If you try to pick up the blocks before opening the Crafting Menu, then they will just be phantom blocks that don't exist.

Overpowered
Eat a Notch Apple. (1) 

For this trophy you need to make an Enchanted Golden Apple. You need will first need an Apple (which has a 5% drop chance by mining the leaves off Oak Wood trees) and 9 Gold Blocks. For the Gold Blocks simply go to the Cathedral which is to the North West of the tutorial village at X: -115, Y: 69, Z: -80 and in the back, there are 16 Gold Blocks in the floor. Simply take these to a Crafting Table and make the apple then eat it to unlock the trophy.

Tie Dye Outfit
Dye all 4 unique pieces of Leather Armor. (1) 

For this trophy you need to create all 4 pieces of leather armour and then dye each piece of it with a colour of your choice. First you will need to obtain enough Leather to make the armour (24 pieces to be exact) and you can get it from killing Cows. Once you have enough, use a Crafting Table to make the armour and then grab some poppies which you can find in fields, then use the crafting menu to make it into rose red dye. In your inventory, grab the 4 pieces of dye then hover over each piece of armour and press to dye them and the trophy will pop once the last piece has been dyed.

You can also use this method courtesy of Tables:

For Tie Dye Outfit, you can use the 'quit without saving' exploit because this way you don't need to get 24 pieces of leathers, just 8. Create one type of armour, dye it then quit without saving. Now rinse and repeat for the other 3 pieces.

Trampoline
Bounce 30 blocks upward off a Slime Block. (1) 

For this trophy you need to jump from a minimum height 90 blocks on to a block of slime so that you bounce at least 30 blocks high off of it. This is very easily achieved in the Tutorial world, mine 90 blocks of cobblestone and go to X: 85, Y: 68, Z: -13 in the main village. Now place the cobblestone beneath you whilst you jump, until you have used all of and are 90 blocks high then drop off on to the slime blocks below and you will unlock the trophy. See my video for a visual walkthrough:


 
 
 
Game Info
Developer:
4J Studios
Publisher:
Mojang
Genre:

Release:

US December 17, 2013
Europe December 18, 2013

Players: 1-4
Online Players : 2-8
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Collection:499
Wishlist:31
 
 
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