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Another guide has been chosen as the preferred guide for this game:

 

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Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: no difficulty thread yet (personal estimiate: 7/10)
  • Offline trophies: 34 (20(B), 7(S), 6(G), 1(P))
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 35 - 60 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 if you back up your save file right before the end of the game, 3 otherwise
  • Number of missable trophies: 2 (Hunter's Essence (G) and Childhood's Beginning (G)), plus a few more if you trigger the game's ending
  • Glitched trophies: none that I know of

 

 

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Bloodborne is an action role-playing game (RPG) that is spiritually part of the Souls series of video games (consisting of Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, and Dark Souls 2). It has a unique Victorian Gothic setting, and it is known for having a steep learning curve and being quite challenging in general. It normally requires three playthroughs to platinum, but it can be platinumed in just one playthrough if the player backs up their save file to a USB stick or via PlayStation Plus cloud saves at a certain point in the game. The game features a large online component that can be used to play either co-operatively with other players or to play PVP multiplayer with them, but players can play completely offline if they prefer, and no trophies require the online components of the game.

 

The game also features a new "chalice dungeon" system, where players can use items that they find in the game to create new randomly-generated dungeons to explore. These dungeons are extremely difficult, have dozens of new bosses not found anywhere else in the game, and also contain items and weapons not found in the main game world.

 

 

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Before you begin, you should know that the game auto-saves at all times, and only lets you keep one save file. Since there are three ending trophies for the game (Yharnam Sunrise (G), Honouring Wishes (G), and Childhood's Beginning (G)), the platinum normally requires three full playthroughs of the game. It is fairly natural to play through the game anyway, since it (just like the Souls games) has a very well-integrated New Game Plus mode that lets you carry over all items and experience that you earned in previous playthroughs. However, if you backup your save file (either on a USB stick or via PlayStation Plus cloud saves) just before the end of the game, it is possible to obtain every trophy in just one playthrough (plus some reloading). Whichever route you plan to take to the platinum, the following roadmap will guide you.

 

This guide will contain minor location and boss name spoilers, but will be as spoiler-free as possible other than that.

 

 

Step 1: Play through the game up until the point of no return

 

First, play through the game up until and including when you kill the "Mergo's Wet Nurse" boss (see Mergo's Wet Nurse (B)). After you defeat this boss the iron gate in Hunter's Dream will open, and you will be able to talk to the man in the wheelchair on the other side of that gate. Do not talk to him: talking to him is the point of no return. First, take care of things in Steps 2 and 3 (below).

 

An item needed for Childhood's Beginning (G) is missable, but fairly spoiler-y. You can read that trophy for details, or just note this: there is a hidden path behind the dog cages in the Forbidden Woods that leads into a cavern. Do not take this path until after you have defeated Mergo's Wet Nurse. As long as you follow this advice, you will not miss the trophy. There is also one weapon in the game that is missable, but it is missable so early in the game that you can earn it within about 20 minutes of starting New Game Plus, so do not worry about it.

 

In this step, you will earn at least the following trophies:

 

(B) Father Gascoigne

(B) Vicar Amelia

(B) Shadow of Yharnam

(B) Rom, the Vacuous Spider

(B) The One Reborn

(S) Nightmare Lecture Building

(B) Micolash, Host of the Nightmare

(B) Mergo's Wet Nurse

(B) Blood Gem Contact

(B) Rune Contact

 

 

Step 2: First playthrough cleanup

 

Now we will take care of some trophies before the game's point of no return. Look at the individual trophy guides for each of the following trophies (you very well may have already unlocked at least a few of these):

 

(S) Weapon Master

(S) Rune Master

(S) Cainhurst

(S) The Choir

(S) The Source of the Dream

(B) Cleric Beast

(B) Blood-starved Beast

(B) The Witch of Hemwick

(B) Darkbeast Paarl

(B) Amygdala

(B) Martyr Logarius

(B) Celestial Emissary

(B) Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos

(B) Chalice of Pthumeru

(B) Chalice of Ailing Loran

(B) Chalice of Isz

(G) Hunter's Craft

 

In this step, you will also want to get all weapons except the Beast Claw and Burial Blade (and also except the Blade of Mercy, if you missed it). See Hunter's Essence (G) for a list of weapons.

 

 

Step 3: Chalice dungeon runs

 

This is the hardest part of the game, and it is the longest time investment in the game required for a single trophy, so brace yourself. You now have to go through several chalice dungeons (the only chalices that you really need are the Chalice of Pthumeru, which you earned by killing the Blood-starved Beast, and the Chalice of Ailing Loran, which you earned by killing Amygdala). Chalice dungeons are randomly-generated dungeons that you can create with chalices plus some other items (most commonly, Ritual Blood). Once you defeat the final boss of the fifth Pthumeru chalice dungeon, you will earn Yharnam, Pthumerian Queen (G) (see that trophy's guide for more detailed information about how to create chalice dungeons and which dungeons you need to enter).

 

You will also want to find a "Beast Claw" weapon (required for Hunter's Essence (G)) and a precious blood gem (for Blood Gem Master (S)) in a chalice dungeon during this step.

 

Alternatively, you can leave this step until after you have completed Step 4, since chalice dungeons do not get harder in New Game Plus, and chalice dungeon progress carries over. Just make sure that you get the Living String and Red Jelly items before starting New Game Plus (see the Yharnam, Pthumerian Queen (G) trophy for their locations), since they are found very late in the game.

 

 

Step 4: Earn the ending trophies

 

Once you have completed the previous steps and earned every weapon other than the Burial Blade, you can proceed with earning the ending trophies (Yharnam Sunrise (G), Honouring Wishes (G), and Childhood's Beginning (G)).

 

  • If you are planning on platinuming the game in just one playthrough, backup your save file now. Then earn all three ending trophies (see the individual trophy guides below for details about how to obtain them). When you earn your third ending trophy, do not quit out of the game, but instead actually carry on to New Game Plus (we will need to buy the Burial Blade in New Game Plus for Hunter's Essence (G)). Make sure that you do not earn the Yharnam Sunrise (G) ending trophy last. It can be first or second, but not last (i.e., it can't be the ending that you carry through to New Game Plus), since only the other two endings will let you buy the Burial Blade in New Game Plus.
  • If you are doing a full three-playthrough platinum, you should earn the "true" ending (see Childhood's Beginning (G)) first, or else you will have to re-play some (relatively minor) optional content on your future playthroughs. Then simply do a second and third playthrough (it does not matter which ending you get second and which one you get third).

After you get your third ending trophy (and buy the Burial Blade in New Game Plus to get Hunter's Essence (G)), you should have your shiny new platinum: Bloodborne (P).

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Information for beginners:

  • The game is tough. You will die. Try not to get frustrated.
  • Do not attack NPCs (unless otherwise instructed by the guide). You can kill almost any NPC in this game, and you can really screw your game up if you do this.
  • Be on the lookout for shortcuts that lead to areas you've been before. This will make backtracking when you die much less painful.
  • When you die, you leave behind a bloodstain that contains the blood echoes that you were carrying when you died (just like in Demon's Souls and Dark Souls). However, sometimes enemies will pick up those blood echoes, and the only way to get them back is to defeat that enemy. You will know which enemy picked up your blood echoes by the fact that their eyes glow very brightly.
  • To level up your character, you must first gain one point of Insight. The most common way to earn this point of Insight is to meet (but not necessarily defeat) the Cleric Beast boss, who is at the end of the big bridge in Central Yharnam.
  • Earning one point of Insight will also spawn a messenger near the doll in the Hunter's Dream. Talking to this messenger will give you a Beckoning Bell, which can be used to call other players into your game to help you defeat enemies and bosses. Using this bell to initiate co-op play is ''the'' best way to make a difficult boss encounter much easier on yourself.
  • The more insight you have, the harder the game is. If you are having trouble with a section of the game, try spending some of your insight.
  • The game constantly auto-saves, and there is no manual save option. If you quit to the title screen, the game will auto-save and you will be exactly where you left off when you come back.
  • Because you cannot create any manual saves, it is recommended that you back up your save file (here is Sony's official help page). You wouldn't want your only save file to get corrupted late-game.
  • Additionally, you can back up your save file if you want to create something that resembles a manual save. For example, if you make it to right before a boss, you can quit to the title screen, then back up your save file, and then attempt the boss fight. If you die, you can re-load your backed up save file and you will be back right before the boss battle.
  • If you're really having trouble, there is an item duplication glitch that lets you create duplicates of any "stackable" item in the game (such as blood stone shards, chalice dungeon crafting items, and the consumable items that give you blood echoes). See this thread for instructions.

 

Building your character:

There are fewer stats in Bloodborne than in the Souls games (6 instead of 8), and there are also fewer equipment options, so there is a smaller variety of builds in this game. The following outlines a solid build that will create a strong character for most players, and is more than sufficient to earn all trophies:

  • Starting class is not terribly important, but Military Veteran is a nice choice for this build, since it starts with very low Arcane and Bloodtinge (two stats that this build will not use).
  • In the early game, focus on leveling up your Vitality and Endurance. Vitality increases your maximum health, and Endurance increases your stamina.
  • Starting in the mid-game, start leveling up your Strength and/or Skill. Your goal should be 25 Strength and 25 Skill. These increase the amount of damage that you deal, and it will be better for us to have a bit of both than a lot of one of them.
  • You can (and should) ignore Bloodtinge and Arcane entirely if you're following this build. Do not spread your points out: focus them on the stats that are important to your character.
  • You can use whatever weapon you are most comfortable with, but one particularly good weapon to use is Ludwig's Holy Blade, which can be earned by first defeating the Blood-starved Beast, then going to the Cathedral Ward lamp, using the newly-opened exit on the right, riding the elevator up, and then climbing up the Healing Church Workshop. You will find an item called the Radiant Sword Hunter Badge in a chest up there, which lets you buy Ludwig's Holy Blade from the Messengers in Hunter's Dream for 20,000 blood echoes.

Every stat in the game has a "softcap" and a "hardcap". The softcap is a point at which the stat stops being as effective, and the hardcap is a point at which it becomes even less effective again. It is not recommended that you increase stats above their hardcap, as the upgrades would typically be better spent elsewhere. The caps are as follows:

  • Vitality: 30 (soft), 50 (hard)
  • Endurance: 40 (hard) – there is no softcap, 40 endurance is awesome, but ''never'' raise endurance above 40, as it stops increasing your stamina altogether at that point
  • Strength: 25 (soft), 50 (hard)
  • Skill: 25 (soft), 50 (hard)
  • Bloodtinge: 25 (soft), 50 (hard)
  • Arcane: 25 (soft), 50 (hard)

 

Battle tips:

  • Dodge! You can dodge with the :circle: button, and you should be doing this frequently. Many of the bosses can be defeated by following the same basic strategy of dodging around to their side or back, getting a few attacks in, and repeating.
  • Almost all of the large bosses (and even many of the smaller bosses) are best tackled by getting behind them. Bosses typically have very strong frontal attacks that can quickly criple you, but have very few attack that can hit directly behind them.
  • Use different versions of your weapon in different battles. Pressing :l1: will change your weapon from one-handed to two-handed, and vice-versa. If you're fighting a fast enemy, you will want to use the fast one-handed version of your weapon. If you're fighting a slow and/or large enemy, you may want to switch to the two-handed version of your weapon.

 

Co-op and multiplayer tips:

  • As stated above, the Beckoning Bell (which lets you summon other players to help you in your game world) can be acquired by obtaining one point of Insight, returning to Hunter's Dream, and inspecing the messengers on the ground near the doll.
  • If you want to help ''other'' players defeat bosses in their game world, you need the Small Resonant Bell. To acquire this bell, first get 10 Insight and then return to Hunter's Dream and then buy it from the messenger shop (it looks like a small pool) near the left-center of the cathedral.
  • Alternatively, if you want to invade other players' game worlds to fight them, you need the Sinister Resonant Bell, which is obtained in the same way as the Small Resonant Bell (above).
  • Unlike in Demon's Souls and Dark Souls, it is unlikely that you will be invaded much in this game, even when playing online. This is because players can only invade you if a Sinister Bell has been rung in your game world. This can happen in one of three ways: (1) You rang the Sinister Beckoning Bell, and item that signifies you ''want'' someone to invade your world and fight you. (2) You rang the Beckoning Bell and the game successfully found you a co-op partner. After this happens, and old lady appears somewhere in the area, and she rings a Sinister Bell. You can search the area and try to find her and kill her (you can hear her ringing the bell as you get close to her), but you are susceptible to being invaded while she is alive and ringing her bell). (3) There is a late-game area where there is always an old lady ringing her Sinister Bell. Again, you can kill her to end the threat.

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/776.jpg Bloodborne (P)

All trophies acquired. Hats off!

 

As always, this trophy is awarded for earning all trophies in the game.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/aee.jpg Hunter's Essence (G)

Acquire all hunter weapons.

 

Missable.

 

This trophy requires you to find all regular weapons (e.g., swords, saws, axes, and so on) as well as all firearms (e.g., pistols, blunderbusses, and so on). There are also some "uncanny" and "lost" variations of weapons that can be found in chalice dungeons – these variations are not required for this trophy. Also, you do not need to have all weapons on you at one time. As long as you have ever held the weapon in your inventory, it will count (thanks MasterBlaster for the info). The weapons that you need are as follows:

 

Right-hand weapons:

  • Beast Claw: Can be found in the Ailing Loran chalice dungeon, Layer 2. If you have trouble finding one, enter the chalice dungeon code "ccir6bu8" (after having already created a dungeon with the Ailing Loran chalice at least once yourself). In this particular dungeon, you will find the Beast Claw in a coffin in a side area that is between the Layer 1 boss and the Layer 2 lamp.
  • Blade of Mercy: (missable) Find Eileen the Crow in the Yharnam sewers, by the rafters near the entrance. Kill her and pick up the Crow Hunter Badge that she drops. You can then buy the Blade of Mercy in the Hunter's Dream for 40,000 blood echoes. If you miss her your first time through the area, she should show up at the Grand Cathedral, but this is buggy. If you can't find her, just start New Game Plus and run right to the sewers - you can get to her in just a few minutes. Note that killing her will prevent you from getting some items and gestures that do not affect any trophies - you can alternatively complete her somewhat lengthy questline to get the Crow Hunter Badge - see this thread for details (thanks swotam for details).
  • Burial Blade: Earn either the Honouring Wishes (G) or Childhood's Beginning (G) ending trophy, and then buy this weapon from the messenger shop in Hunter's Dream for 60,000 echoes.
  • Chikage: After defeating Martyr Logarius at the top of Cainhurst and meeting Annalise, take a few steps back from her and kneel in front of her to join the Vilebloods. This will give you the Cainhurst Badge, which lets you buy Chikage for 50,000 blood echoes from the messenger shop in Hunter's Dream. If Alfred kills Annalise before you get this item, pick up the item from her corpse and use it at the big blob behind where you fought Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos. This will revive Annalise. (Thanks to Neme for reminding me of this weapon)
  • Hunter Axe: Can be chosen as a starting weapon, or can be purchased for 1,100 echoes after finding the Saw Hunter Badge in the tunnel with the boar in Yharnam Sewers.
  • Kirkhammer: Can be bought for 3,000 blood echoes after defeating the Cleric Beast.
  • Logarius Wheel: Can be bought for 13,000 blood echoes after giving Alfred the Unaddressed Cainhurst Summons and then returning to Cainhurst to see what he does. The Unaddressed Cainhurst Summons can be found in the same room as Annalise in Cainhurst Castle. Alfred can be found in the Cathedral Ward, overlooking the entrance to the Forbidden Woods (after you have defeated Vicar Amelia).
  • Ludwig's Holy Blade: Can be bought for 20,000 blood echoes after finding the Radiant Sword Hunter Badge in a chest near the top of the Healing Church Workshop.
  • Reiterpallasch: Found in a chest in Cainhurst.
  • Rifle Spear: Can be bought for 4,000 blood echoes after killing Gyula, the machine-gun firing hunter in Old Yharnam, and picking up the Powder Keg Hunter Badge from his corpse.
  • Saw Cleaver: Can be chosen as a starting weapon, or can be purchased for 1,000 echoes after finding the Saw Hunter Badge in the tunnel with the boar in Yharnam Sewers.
  • Saw Spear: Can be purchased for 1,000 echoes after finding the Saw Hunter Badge in the tunnel with the boar in Yharnam Sewers (can also be found as a treasure in the sewers, but it's easier to just buy it).
  • Stake Driver: Can be bought for 8,000 blood echoes after killing Gyula, the machine-gun firing hunter in Old Yharnam, and picking up the Powder Keg Hunter Badge from his corpse.
  • Threaded Cane: Can be chosen as a starting weapon, or can be purchased for 1,200 echoes after finding the Saw Hunter Badge in the tunnel with the boar in Yharnam Sewers.
  • Tonitrus: Found in Advent Plaza on a body.

 

Left-hand weapons:

  • Cannon: Found in the rafters in the large building in the Forbidden Woods behind the man who shoots a cannon at you. Find a window in that building to hop out of onto an exterior roof, and follow the path into the rafters of the building. This weapon is on a corpse leaning up against a gear.
  • Evelyn: Found in a chest in Cainhurst castle, which is blocked off by three tables. To get to it, roll from the nearby mini-staircase onto one of the tables (yes, you character is capable of rolling from a staircase onto a table, but is not capable of just climbing up that waist-high table).
  • Flamesprayer: After entering the Cathedral, go back and talk to Gilbert (he is behind the window right by the lamp at Central Yharnam). You can then buy this weapon for 8,000 blood echoes.
  • Hunter Blunderbuss: Can be bought for 1,700 blood echoes.
  • Hunter Pistol: Can be bought for 1,600 blood echoes.
  • Hunter's Torch: Found near the start of Old Yharnam.
  • Ludwig's Rifle: Can be bought for 10,000 blood echoes after finding the Radiant Sword Hunter Badge in a chest near the top of the Healing Church Workshop.
  • Repeating Pistol: Can be bought for 3,000 blood echoes after defeating the Cleric Beast.
  • Rosmarinus: Can be bought for 60,000 blood echoes after obtaining the badge that is hidden in the very dark room in the Choir area of the game (see the The Choir (S) trophy for information about how to get there).
  • Torch: Found next to the very first brute in the game, who is banging on the gate in Central Yharnam.
  • Wooden Shield: Found in the Cathedral Ward.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/4b1.jpg Hunter's Craft (G)

Acquire all special hunter tools.

 

Hunter tools are items that are listed under the "Consumables" tab in your inventory that do not deplete when they are used (but they do use quicksilver bullets). The hunter tools required for this trophy are as follows (thanks to Fourbin and JustOneStingray2 for some of the information about this trophy!):

  • A Call Beyond: On the balcony between the Celestial Emissary and Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos
  • Augur of Ebrietas: Found in the Nightmare Lecture Hall.
  • Beast Roar: Found in the Forbidden Woods, inside of a shack.
  • Blood Gem Workshop Tool: Found in a treasure in chest near the start of the Tomb of Oedon.
  • Choir Bell: Found in a chest in a room right next to where the in-game Blood Rock is found (see Weapon Master (S) for exact location).
  • Empty Phantasm Shell: In a chest near the entrance to Byrgenwerth.
  • Executioner's Gloves: Found in Cainhurst.
  • Messenger's Gift: Found in Nightmare Frontier (in the poison water area on your way to Amygdala).
  • Old Hunter Bone: Found in the old abandoned workshop (see The Source of the Dream (S)).
  • Rune Workshop Tool: Go into the next room past where you fought the Witch of Hemwick. It is on a corpse.
  • Tiny Tonitrus: Found in a chest in Yahar'gul, The Unseen Village. It is in the same room as the key that opens the Upper Cathedral (see The Choir (S) trophy for a more precise description of how to find this key/room).

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/567.jpg Weapon Master (S)

Acquire a weapon of the highest level.

 

To earn this trophy, you must upgrade a weapon to +10. This will take place over the course of your playthrough, and you should always keep your weapon as upgraded as possible, as having a strong weapon will make the game considerably easier. Upgrading your weapon costs a small amount of souls, plus some blood shards. Blood shards will be the limiting factor, and here are their costs for each upgrade level:

 

  • +1: 3 blood shards
  • +2: 5 blood shards
  • +3: 8 blood shards
  • +4: 3 twin blood shards
  • +5: 5 twin blood shards
  • +6: 8 twin blood shards
  • +7: 3 blood chunks
  • +8: 5 blood chunks
  • +9: 8 blood chunks
  • +10: 1 blood rock

You will find an abundance of blood shards, twin blood shards, and blood chunks as you play through the game. Blood shards are found in early-game areas, twin blood shards are found in mid-game areas, and blood chunks are found in late-game areas (Cainhurst, Mergo's Loft, etc.). They are sometimes dropped by enemies, especially gremlins (the small fast enemies that scurry away from you when they see you).

 

However, blood rocks are extremely rare and hard to come by. You can find them sometimes in chalice dungeons. You can also find a blood rock in the main game as follows:

 

  • After killing Micolash, go to the lamp at Mergo's Loft: Middle and then head up a little bit until you find the cage elevator that leads back down.
  • Get on this cage elevator, and as it is descending, you will see an open window directly in front of you. Go into this open window (as the cage is still moving) and follow the path.
  • You will come across three very dangerous singing brain enemies that can quickly frenzy you, so make sure that you have Sedatives set as your quick-select item.
  • After making it past those three enemies, you will find a lever. Pull this lever.
  • After a cutscene plays, fall through the nearby hole in the floor. Escape from this room to make it back outside.
  • In this outside area, look for a place you can safely drop off to the right. The item that is down there is a blood rock.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/ee1.jpg Blood Gem Master (S)

Acquire an extremely precious blood gem.

 

There are no blood gems in the main part of the game that are precious enough to unlock this trophy, so this trophy can only be earned in chalice dungeons. However, chalice dungeons are randomly-generated, so it is impossible to give an exact location. Just keep playing high-depth chalice dungeons (depth 4 or 5) and you should find one in a chest eventually. I personally got one from defeating the boss of the first layer of the depth 4 Pthumeru chalice dungeon (which you have to do anyway to earn Yharnam, Pthumerian Queen (G)). This may or may not be a fixed location of this item.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/48d.jpg Rune Master (S)

Acquire an extremely precious Caryll Rune.

 

You can find a precious rune in chalice dungeons (just like Blood Gem Master (S)) However, there is also one in the main portion of the game, and it is easy to obtain:

  • Go to the Cathedral Ward lamp and enter the door on the right (you must first defeat the Blood-starved Beast to unlock this door).
  • Ride the elevator halfway up. Halfway up the elevator ride, you will see a window that you can go into as the elevator is still moving.
  • Go into that door and then follow the path until you see a treasure chest. A precious rune is contained within that chest.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/58d.jpg Blood Gem Contact (B)

Acquire a blood gem that imbues hunter weapons with special strength.

 

Blood gems provide unique upgrades to your weapons, such as letting them inflict poison damage, or increasing their raw physical damage output. You will likely find at least a dozen or so of these during your playthrough, so this trophy is practically unmissable. See also Blood Gem Master (S).

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/d86.jpg Rune Contact (B)

Acquire a Caryll Rune that endows hunters with special strength.

 

Runes provide upgrades to your character, such as increasing your maximum HP by 5% or the number of Blood Vials that you can carry at a time. You will likely find several of these throughout your playthrough, so this trophy is practically unmissable. The first rune that most players will be able to access is gained by following the path to the right from the Cathedral Ward lamp, going up the lift, killing the man in the wheelchair with the minigun, and then opening the chest in that room that contains a rune. See also Rune Master (S).

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/4cb.jpg Yharnam Sunrise (G)(H)

You lived through the hunt, and saw another day.

 

This is one of the game's three ending trophies, along with Honouring Wishes (G) and Childhood's Beginning (G).

 

[spoiler=end3]After defeating Mergo's Wet Nurse (see Mergo's Wet Nurse (B)), return to Hunter's Dream. Go through the iron gate near the bottom of the area that is now open, and talk to the man in the wheelchair. You will be given a choice. To earn this trophy, choose the top option, "Submit your Life". This is the "easy" ending for the game, as you do not have to fight any more bosses to earn it.

 

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/513.jpg Honoring Wishes (G)(H)

Captivated by the Moon Presence, you pledge to watch over the Hunter's Dream.

 

This is one of the game's three ending trophies, along with Yharnam Sunrise (G) and Childhood's Beginning (G).

 

[spoiler=end1]After defeating Mergo's Wet Nurse, return to Hunter's Dream. Go through the iron gate near the bottom of the area that is now open, and talk to the man in the wheelchair. You will be given a choice. To earn this trophy, choose the bottom option, "Refuse". You will then have to fight the man in the wheelchair, who serves as the final boss of the game. He moves very quickly and attacks with a long scythe and two different guns (though he usually does not use his guns until about 1/3 of his health is depleted). Just use the same strategies that you have acquired up until this point in the game: dodge his attacks and try to circle around to his side or back to get some attacks of your own in. Because he moves so fast, you should probably use the one-handed version of your weapon instead of the two-handed version.

 

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/35e.jpg Childhood's Beginning (G)(H)

You became an infant Great One, lifting humanity into its next childhood.

 

Missable.

 

This is one of the game's three ending trophies, along with Yharnam Sunrise (G) and Honouring Wishes (G).

 

[spoiler=end2]After defeating Mergo's Wet Nurse, return to Hunter's Dream. To trigger this ending, you first need to obtain three items called "One Third of Umbilical Cord". There are actually four of these in the game, but you only need three, so choose the three that are easiest for you to obtain:

  • Dropped by Mergo's Wet Nurse (story-related and unmissable).
  • Located in the abandoned workshop (see The Source of the Dream (S) for a guide to finding this place).
  • (missable) In the hidden upper rooms of Iosefka's Clinic (see Cainhurst (S) for a guide that explains how to get here), there is a woman on a table who complains that she is nauseous. Kill her, and she will drop One Third of Umbilical Cord. If you go here too early in the game (before the boss battle with Rom, the Vacuous Spider), she will be hostile and you will not get the umbilical cord, so make sure you leave this until after defeating Rom.
  • (missable) Tell Arianna about the safe place at the Cathedral (not the Clinic!). If you then visit her between the Cathedral Ward and the Tomb of Oedon after defeating Mergo's Wet Nurse, she will give birth to a baby. Kill the baby to obtain One Third of Umbilical Cord.

Note that some players have trouble getting either the third or fourth Umbilical Cord to appear, so to make it easy on yourself, try to satisfy the conditions for both of them.

 

Once you have three of these items, use all three of them in the items menu. This will give you some insight and it will enable you to unlock this ending. Finally, go through the iron gate near the bottom of Hunter's Dream and talk to the man in the wheelchair. Choose the bottom option, "Refuse". You will then fight the man in the wheelchair (see Honouring Wishes (G) for strategies for this boss), and after he dies you will have to fight another boss called Moon Penance.

 

Moon Penance is much like the other big bosses in the game, in that the most important tip (by far) is to stay behind it or to its side. Once it gets low on health, it starts using a devastating attack that takes you down to 1 HP. While healing is of course a priority after this happens, the boss will also completely stop moving for several seconds and be open to many attacks, so you can perhaps be a bit greedy.

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/fc1.jpg Yharnam, Pthumerian Queen (G)(H)

Defeat Yharnam, Blood Queen of the Old Labyrinth.

 

Yharnam, Blood Queen of the Old Labyrinth is the final boss of the Pthumeru series of chalice dungeons. Before attempting this trophy, you must first acquire the Chalice of Pthumeru by defeating the Blood-starved Beast. Ideally, you should also be very high level (80 or higher) when attempting this trophy as well, as the Chalice dungeons are the hardest dungeons in the game, and the defiled dungeon bosses that you must fight along the way are the hardest bosses in the game.

 

Once you have the Chalice of Pthumeru, place it on one of the altars to the left of the messenger shop in the Hunter's Dream (it doesn't matter which altar). Select "Chalice Ritual", and then select the Chalice of Pthumeru. Each chalice dungeon is randomly-generated, but they all follow the same basic format:

 

  • Each dungeon has three or more layers.
  • Each layer starts off with a maze-like area where you have to find a lever to pull. Pulling that lever will inform you that a door as been unlocked somewhere in the dungeon.
  • Once you step through that door, you will face a boss – one you likely never encountered in the main game.
  • Once you defeat the boss, you can go down to the next layer.
  • Once you defeat the boss of the third layer, you will get a new chalice, which lets you create a new (harder) chalice dungeon.

 

Yharnam, Blood Queen of the Old Labyrinth is the layer three boss of the fifth Pthumeru chalice dungeon. In theory, this means that you "only" have to complete five chalice dungeons, for a total of sixteen layers (and sixteen bosses!) to earn this trophy. In practice, however, you will have to re-play some of the dungeons multiple times in order to farm the items that are needed to create the higher-level chalice dungeons. The chalices that you absolutely have to use to create the dungeons are (in order):

  • Pthumeru Chalice (3 layers)
  • Central Pthumeru Chalice (3 layers)
  • Lower Pthumeru Chalice (4 layers)
  • Ailing Loren Chalice (you need to find two "Bastard or Loran" items, needed to create the next dungeon - you could find these as early as the first layer, or much later, but play at least until you find the Beast Claw weapon in Layer 2)
  • Defiled Chalice (3 layers - you have half HP throughout this dungeon, which makes the bosses *brutal*)
  • Pthumeru Ihyll Chalice (3 layers, Yharnam, Blood Queen of the Old Labyrinth is at the bottom)

Note that you do not have to use any "Root" chalices that you find. Some of the rare items that you will need to create the later chalice dungeons are:

  • Coldblood Flowerbud: Buy from the insight vendor in Hunter's Dream (you must have at least 10 insight to see the vendor).
  • Bastard of Loran: Found in a chest on Layer 3 of the Ailing Loran chalice dungeon. Also (rarely) dropped by enemies on all layers of this dungeon.
  • Living String: After pulling the lever that drops the large brain by the Micolash boss area (this lever is described in the Weapon Master (S) trophy), go to the room in Mergo's Loft with lots of tiny shadow midgets. There is a cage elevator here that you can ride down into a black abyss. Do so, and kill the big (harmless) brain in this new area.
  • Red Jelly: 2 are in a chest on the first floor of the Lecture Building, on your way to meet Amygdala. More can be found in the Lower Loran chalice dungeon (complete the Ailing Loran chalice dungeon first).

You may want to use the item duplication glitch to make it easier to get the required items for some dungeons.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/82e.jpg Cainhurst (S)(H)

Gain entry to Cainhurst, the lost and ruined castle.

 

Cainhurst is a hidden area of the game. To gain access to it, first go to the Forbidden Woods and find the area with several dog cages (there is only one place in the Woods with dog cages, and it is tough to miss). There is a hidden path behind the cages that leads into an underground cave area, and then into a poison pool area with some giant monsters. Run straight through the poison pool area, avoiding the giants (they will probably kill you with ease – do not fight them) into an exit tunnel that leads to a very long ladder up. Follow this path for a while now and you will find your way back into the very first building that you woke up in, in Yharnam. Search this new section of the building thoroughly, and you will find an item called Cainhurst Summons.

 

Now that you have Cainhurst Summons, go back to the Witch's Abode lamp (the one where you fought the Witch of Hemwick). Backtrack to a large stone monument in the middle of a grassy area and a cutscene will trigger. Enter the carriage that appears to be taken to Cainhurst, which unlocks this trophy. See the following video guide:

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/32c.jpg The Choir (S)(H)

Gain entry to the realm of the Choir, the high stratum of the Healing Church.

 

The Choir is a hidden area above the Healing Church Workshop. To access it, first go to the Chapel lamp in Yahar'gul, Unseen Village. Then go up the long staircase with the laser of doom, and then look for a place to the left that you can drop off. Go into the nearby doorway and then drop off again just ahead and to your right. You should now be in a small cell with a corpse and an item. Pick up the item, which is a key.

 

Now go to the Cathedral Ward lamp, and go in the door on the right side and then up the elevator. Follow the path to the Healing Church Workshop, and then go up to the top of it. At the very top is a door you can unlock with the key that you got in the Unseen Village. Open the door and enter to unlock this trophy. You can then continue on into this area to earn Celestial Emissary (B). See the video guide below:

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/406.jpg The Source of the Dream (S)(H)

Discover the abandoned old workshop, the source of the Hunter's Dream.

 

The abandoned old workshop is a hidden area in the game. To gain access to it, do the following:

  • Go to the Cathedral Ward lamp, then go into the room on the right, and up the elevator.
  • Follow the path to the Church Workshop, but instead of going inside, go to where the path crumbles to the right, and fall down (this is the path that eventually leads to Vicar Amelia).
  • Follow this path until you get to the deep room with lots of narrow wooden catwalks. There is a door on the left side of this room about halfway down, and your goal is to get to that door.
  • Start by dropping down one or two platforms at the far end of the room. Then heal and make sure that your health is at maximum. Then make a running jump to the platform that the door is on. This jump is very difficult, and may take you a few tries. Even if you successfully make the jump, you will lose a lot of health.
  • Go through the door and the trophy will unlock.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/633.jpg Nightmare Lecture Building (S)(H)

Gain entry into the Byrgenwerth lecture building, that drifts within the realm of nightmare.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This trophy unlocks almost immediately after earning The One Reborn (B). From where you fought that boss, go up the large set of stairs and investigate the man in the chair. A cutscene will then play, and you will earn this trophy. Alternatively, you can earn this trophy slightly earlier by getting an item called the "Tonsil stone" from a man in a house by the dog cages in the Forbidden Woods, and then being grabbed by the large monster hanging on the wall in the room where you wake up after the boss fight with Rom, the Vacuous Spider.

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/f17.jpg Father Gascoigne (B)(H)

Defeat the beast that once was Father Gascoigne.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry1]This trophy is awarded for defeating Father Gascoigne, who will be the second boss that most players encounter. He is the final boss of Yharnam, and is found after finishing the sewer area. He uses swiping attacks as well as gun-based attacks, but fortunately you can use the gravestones in the area to block shots from his gun. After he loses about half of his health, he will transform into a beast and become much more dangerous – he attacks quickly and heavily in this form. Try to riposte with your gun, and stick only to swift attacks with the one-handed version of your weapon throughout this fight. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/093.jpg Vicar Amelia (B)(H)

Defeat the beast that once was Vicar Amelia.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry2]Vicar Amelia is typically encountered as the fourth boss in the game, after defeating the Blood-starved Beast (see the Blood-starved Beast (B) trophy). She is a large dragon-like enemy that attacks heavily in front of her, so it is recommended that you stay behind her at all costs. She is easy to hit, so use the short one-handed version of your weapon for quick strikes, and make sure that you stay behind her rather than getting greedy with extra hits, because she hits hard. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/3ce.jpg Shadow of Yharnam (B)(H)

Defeat the Shadow of Yharnam.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry3]The Shadow of Yharnam is the boss of the Forbidden Woods area, and it is actually three bosses that you must fight at once. Because of this, this boss becomes significantly easiest in co-op, as you and your partners can each take on a different Shadow.

 

Either way, the best way to approach this fight is to lower the health of each Shadow before killing any of them. The reason for this is that the Shadows get stronger when one of them dies, and again when another one of them dies. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/153.jpg Rom, the Vacuous Spider (B)(H)

Defeat Great One: Rom, the Vacuous Spider.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry4]Rom is the boss of the Byrgenwerth area, and he is a giant slug who isn't too much of a threat by himself. However, he summons a lot of spiders (but finitely many) throughout the fights, and they are the real threat. For the first half of the fight, just take your time and defeat the spiders before damaging Rom. After you damage him enough, he will teleport away from you and summon more spiders. Furthermore, he will now cast magic at you as well. Repeat the drill from before: kill the spiders before focusing on Rom. This fight can take a while, but you should be OK if you stay patient. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/808.jpg The One Reborn (B)(H)

Defeat the One Reborn.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry5]The One Reborn is the final boss of Yahar'gul, Unseen Village. He is one of the easiest bosses in the game, since he is rather slow and just does not deal a lot of damage. There will be some mages up in the nearby towers casting fireballs down at you, so you can optionally go up the towers and kill them if you want (though this is not necessary).

 

As for The One Reborn itself, just stay close to it and underneath its rear end. It will barely be able to hit you when you're back there, but even when it does, it won't do much damage. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/e79.jpg Micolash, Host of the Nightmare (B)(H)

Defeat Micolash, Host of the Nightmare.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry6]Micolash, Host of the Nightmare is the boss that you will fight halfway up the Mergo's Loft area near the end of the game. This is more of a puzzle boss fight than a real boss fight, and you will spend most of your time chasing Micolash around rather than fighting him. He will summon marionnettes throughout this fight, and it is up to you whether or not you fight them. They are only a mild nuisance, so it is up to you.

 

To defeat Micolash, you have to chase him into a dead-end room, which will cause him to stop running away from you. Then simply attack him, staying to his side and back, since the only attack that he does that does any real damage to you is a frontal snake-grab attack. Dodge it to the side and you will be fine.

 

Once he is down to half health, he will teleport away and start running again. So chase him again, and he will eventually return to a dead-end room, but this time he will lock a door behind him. Go upstairs and fall through the floor to land in the room that he's in to continue fighting him. He has one new attack now, which is to send out a hail of homing missiles. These are very tough to dodge, but they're not too bad if only one or two hit you. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/8f9.jpg Mergo's Wet Nurse (B)(H)

Defeat Great One: Mergo's Wet Nurse.

 

Story-related and unmissable. This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry7]Mergo's Wet Nurse is the final boss of the Mergo's Loft area of the game, and this boss fight is triggered by approaching the cradle at the top of the big circular arena at the top of the area.

 

Mergo attacks swiftly and frequently with her many knives, but fortunately she has a narrow region directly behind her where the majority of her attacks will not hit here. Stay in this region right behind here (not at her side!) and you will be OK for most of the fight – you can even attack while she is attacking most of the time.

 

The Wet Nurse becomes most dangerous when she lets off a purple aura that turns the entire arena dark. The darkness lasts quite a while (about a 45 seconds or so), and Mergo can summon a clone of herself to attack you during this portion of the fight. Do not try to attack Mergo much while this is going on; instead, just focus on staying alive and keeping your health topped off. Once the darkness fades away, resume attacking her from behind. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/8c2.jpg Cleric Beast (B)(H)

Defeat Cleric Beast.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry8]The Cleric Beast is the first boss in the game, so this is likely the first trophy that you will earn (though it is actually possible to bypass this boss entirely). He is located at the end of the large bridge in the middle of Yharnam (the bridge with the two werewolves guarding the center of it). You very well may die the first time you encounter this boss, but don't worry if you do – you will respawn back in Hunter's Dream with two major changes in place: the doll will now be alive and let you level up, and you will receive the Beckoning Bell, which lets you summon phantoms to help you defeat the boss.

 

If you have any souls, level up, then go back to the lamp at Central Yharnam. Go through the gate on the left (which you hopefully opened as a shortcut already) and down the steps. You should find a note that says something about summoning to ask for help. Now use the Beckoning Bell to summon an NPC and possibly an online player to help you defeat the boss. Also, note that fire is very effective against the Cleric Beast, so feel free to throw some Molotov Cocktails if you have any. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/a58.jpg Blood-starved Beast (B)(H)

Defeat Blood-starved Beast.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry9]This trophy unlocks after you defeat the optional Blood-starved Beast boss, which is the boss of Old Yharnam. Despite being optional, almost all players will encounter this boss throughout their normal game progression, and it will be the third boss that most players encounter. This boss is extremely quick-moving and can easily poison you, so it is recommended that you have antidotes set as your quick-select item throughout this fight (and try to have a full stock of 10 of them). Stay close to the boss and attack it from behind, and you should be OK.

 

Players will earn Chalice of Pthumeru (B) at the same time as this trophy. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/d09.jpg The Witch of Hemwick (B)(H)

Defeat the Witch of Hemwick.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry10]This trophy is awarded for defeating the Witch of Hemwick, who will be the boss that most players encounter after Vicar Amelia (see Vicar Amelia (B)). This boss is sort of a "puzzle boss" rather than a straight-up boss. There will be a soot monster that appears as soon as the boss battle starts, but just ignore it – killing soot monsters here will just cause more to spawn, and they move slowly enough that they should cause you no real trouble. Instead, focus on trying to find the witch – she is a small, hunched old lady, and she is very hard to see and lock onto.

 

Once you drain her health enough, another witch will show up, and this new witch will use some (easily dodged) magic. Just repeat this process until all witches are dead. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/8da.jpg Darkbeast Paarl (B)(H)

Defeat Darkbeast Paarl.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry11]Darkbeast Paarl is an optional boss who you may or may not encounter during your playthrough of the game. He is a sub-boss of Yahar'gul, Unseen Village, and he guards the door that connects it back to Old Yharnam. You can encounter him early on in the game (as your 5th or 6th boss) by letting one of the "death eater" enemies who carry sacks on their shoulders kill you. This will cause you to wake up deep inside Yahar'gul, and one of the ways to escape this area is to kill Darkbeast Paarl. However, he is extremely challenging when you encounter him early in the game, so it is recommended that you avoid this if possible.

 

If you did not encounter him early in the game, you can find him later on by going to the lamp at the bottom of Yahar'gul (where you fought The One Reborn) and backtracks into town a bit. He isn't difficult to find if you search around the lower areas of the village.

 

To defeat him, stay behind him, under his hind legs, and do not lock onto him. Instead, slash away at his hind legs, and he will eventually fall to the ground. Then slash away at his other hind leg to make him quickly fall again. Repeat this until he is dead. Make sure that you avoid his area-of-effect shockwave attack, as it can instantly kill you at low levels. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/40f.jpg Amygdala (B)(H)

Defeat Great One: Amygdala.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry12]Amygdala is a hidden boss in the game that many players will not come across naturally. To find the boss, follow these steps (thanks to Eightc for some of this info):

  • Go to the Nightmare Lecture Building (you will eventually get here naturally as part of the storyline progression). There is one very large enemy standing in a corner, and behind him is a hole in the floor. Drop down.
  • You are now on the first floor of the building. Go out the front door to be teleported to the Nightmare Frontier (if you go outside on the 2nd floor, you will reach a different section of this outside nightmare area). Make your way through this (fairly long and difficult) area.
  • You will eventually cross a narrow bridge that leads into a large, open circular area. Once you reach the middle of this circular area, Amygdala will drop down, and you will fight it.

The strategy for Amygdala is to stay behind it at its tail. Most of its attacks take place in front of it or directly under it (so do not stand right under its hind legs or under its chest). Also, do not lock on, as that will just make it more difficult to target its tail. Just slash away at its tail and heal when necessary, and you should be OK as long as you avoid its frontal attacks.

 

You will earn Chalice of Ailing Loran (B) at the same time as this trophy. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/8c9.jpg Martyr Logarius (B)(H)

Defeat Martyr Logarius.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry13]Martyr Logarius is the boss of the hidden Cainhurst area of the game (see the Cainhurst (S) trophy to see how to get there). This is one of the toughest areas in the game, so do not attempt this until you are quite high level.

 

This boss has a long scythe and also frequently casts very dangerous spells. He moves quickly, so you will have to be cautious with your attacks. Use the quick one-handed version of your weapon, and do not try to get more than 2 or 3 hits in at once. Try to stay behind him at all times, as this will avoid his deadly frontal explosion spell.

 

Once he gets down to about half health, he will sometimes place a sword in the ground. As long as that sword exists, swords will home in on your from the sky, making your life miserable. Simply attack the sword in the ground once to destroy it and stop this from happening. Then continue with Logarius as you had been before. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/645.jpg Celestial Emissary (B)(H)

Defeat Great One: Celestial Emissary.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry14]The Celestial Emissary is the boss of the Choir area of the Cathedral (see the The Choir (S) trophy for a guide to finding this place). After making your way through the Choir, you will go up a large set of steps and then enter a room with lots of blue bulbs all over the ground – this is where the boss battle takes place.

 

The Celestial Emissary starts off as a collection of several of the small blue bulb-like enemies that you have seen once or twice before. However, there are a lot of them now, so they're a bit more dangerous than usual. Simply kill a bunch of them, and once you have found the right one, eventually you will see the health bar at the bottom of the screen start to go down. After it goes down a bit, one of the enemies (the Celestial Emissary) will become huge and much more threatening. Fortunately, this boss has so little health that you can take it down very quickly and without much worry – just stay behind it (as always) and attack it with the one-handed version of your weapon.

 

Even though the boss room looks like a dead-end, you can continue on from it to earn Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos (B) (see the guide for that trophy for details). See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/bae.jpg Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos (B)(H)

Defeat Great One: Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos.

 

This is a boss trophy.

 

[spoiler=bbspoiljfry15]Immediately after defeating the Celestial Emissary, look around the room for a window that you can break. Break it and go through it to enter a balcony area. Continue along the path and go down an elevator to enter a new area called the Altar of Despair. There is a big, motionless creature at the far end of the room. This creature is Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos. Attack her to start the boss battle.

This boss is extremely large, and like most large bosses, your best strategy is to stay directly behind her, in close range. When directly behind her, you can repeatedly attack her without her having much of a chance to hit you at all. As long as you avoid her (very deadly!) frontal attacks, you should be fine. She moves quite slowly, so staying behind her should not pose much of a challenge.

 

Once she gets low on health, she lets off an aura that slowly depletes your health. You can mostly ignore this, as the health drain effect is slow enough that it shouldn't cause you too much trouble. Just keep your health up. You will earn the Chalice of Isz (B) trophy at the same time as this trophy. See the following video guide:

 

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/6c8.jpg Chalice of Pthumeru (B)

Acquire the Chalice of Pthumeru that seals the catacombs that form a web deep below Yharnam.

 

You will earn the Chalice of Pthumeru and this trophy by defeating the optional boss Blood-starved Beast. In other words, you will earn this trophy at the same time that you earn the Blood-starved Beast (B) trophy.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/95c.jpg Chalice of Ailing Loran (B)(H)

Acquire the Chalice of Ailing Loran that seals the tragic land lost to the sands.

 

You will earn the Chalice of Ailing Loran and this trophy by defeating the hidden boss Amygdala. In other words, you will earn this trophy at the same time that you earn the Amygdala (B) trophy.

 

 

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/2840/2f4.jpg Chalice of Isz (B)(H)

Acquire the Great Chalice of Isz that seals the home of the cosmic kin.

 

You will earn the Chalice of Isz and this trophy by defeating the hidden boss Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos. In other words, you will earn this trophy at the same time that you earn the Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos (B) trophy.

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*reserved for future use*

 

That's the guide! I'll be making minor updates (mostly formatting) over the coming hours, and I'll be trying to re-confirm some item and tool locations that I picked up but forgot where they were.

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So if I'm right, as long as I get the weapon from Eileen, none of the other weapons are missable at all?

 

That's correct. Evelyn was also believed to be missable at first, but it turns out you can revive the NPC who gives it to you. I've also heard someone say that they found the necessary badge in a chest in Cainhurst, but I haven't been able to find it that way myself.

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Does anyone possibly have the missing locations of the tool's for "Hunter's Craft." I'm hesitant to progress too far in my second playthrough until i'm 100% none of them as missable.

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Does anyone possibly have the missing locations of the tool's for "Hunter's Essence." I'm hesitant to progress too far in my second playthrough until i'm 100% none of them as missable.

 

Do you mean Hunter's Craft? I'll be doing a second playthrough soon to try to track down the locations I forgot, but yeah, if anyone else finds them before me, I'd be very happy to have them added to the guide :)

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Do you mean Hunter's Craft? I'll be doing a second playthrough soon to try to track down the locations I forgot, but yeah, if anyone else finds them before me, I'd be very happy to have them added to the guide :)

 

I actually have the arcane haze extractor on my first dude, but i have no idea where i picked it up.

 

the wiki lists executioner's gloves being in Cainhurst

Executioner's Gloves | Bloodborne Wiki

 

and the messenger's gift is in Nightmare Frontier

 

Still trying to google locations for the others.

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