Overview:
Introduction:

“Welcome to Biomutant.”

This trophy guide will hopefully help guide you through this open world RPG game that has been created by the developers Experiment 101.

Once you have created your breed of character, your task is to explore a post-apocalyptic ruined world that was once lived in by humans who have since disappeared, and is now run and roamed in by creatures that can be both friendly and hostile towards you, depending on your actions as you experience the world and its many areas and hazards.

Walkthrough:

You can play through the game on Easy as there are no difficulty-specific trophies tied to them. The option to save on the fly is present and you have a maximum of 5 save slots, which when you reload, you start off exactly where you left off, which is particularly handy for the missable trophies (see the info in the guide below).

The game, given it is an explorative RPG, will have you traveling across the in-game world looking to discover and unlock various areas, skills, and weapon upgrades, as well as defeating tribes, bosses, and X amount of enemies in various ways which will be outlined throughout this guide.

There are fast travel points littered across the map which are very handy to hop between places so make use of them as you wish as they unfog good chunks of the map.

Fast Travel point example:


Step 1- Play through and complete the story and unlock misc trophies:

Play through and complete the story, unlocking any trophies you see fit as you play. The initial start to the game is basically a tutorial introducing you to combat and other aspects of the game. Once you leave Bunker 101, the world is yours to fully explore as you see fit and thus meaning you can do the story straight away or mix it up and do exploring and side quests, the choice is completely yours.

Things to look out for:

Environmental Hazards:

Radiation
Hypoxia
Heat
Cold
Bio-hazard
Oil and Water

These hazards are present in certain areas and without upgrading your resistance to them using Bio Points, which you acquire through looting and killing enemies, or by finding and crafting outfits to protect you from them, you will die quickly in these areas so keep an eye out for this as you play. The only exception to these are Oil and Water as you can sink slowly and drown in oil and swim but drown quickly in water, so be mindful when traversing near these.

Saving:

You get 5 save slots so you can earn some trophies by saving first, complete the trophy requirement, reload, and carry on. This is handy if you don’t want to spend your currency, points, upgrades, etc., but it's also key in doing so before you face each boss. There are 4 bosses, or World Eaters as called in the game, and each one has a missable trophy tied to it, where you are required to perform a certain action to weaken and help defeat them. They will not respawn once you defeat them, so on the off chance that you happened to miss the trophy objective, it would mean starting over or reloading an earlier save.

The 4 trophies are:
That's Mine! trophy_bronze.png 
Snack-time trophy_bronze.png 
Mariner trophy_bronze.png 
Gumshow trophy_bronze.png 

See their descriptions in the guide for their requirements.

Upgrading:

You can upgrade your character in the Mutations menu under Biogenetics and PSI-Powers. There are two trophies related to this called Stick it to Them trophy_bronze.png and Electrified trophy_bronze.png.

You'll need 12 Bio Points and 16 PSI points respectively for each one so save them up before spending them. See the trophy descriptions in the guide below.

The other two upgrades are the trophies Pew Pew! trophy_silver.png and Hack n' Slash trophy_silver.png, and you'll need 16 upgrade points for these two. The upgrades for these are found in the Wung-Fu tab in the character menu.

Bugged Trophies:

Unfortunately as of patch 2.01, the two trophies Old World Gadgets trophy_gold.png and Toytinkerer trophy_bronze.png are unobtainable for a lot of players. You can meet all requirements for the Gadgets trophy, but it wont unlock; for Toytinkerer, the quest giver appears, but disappears again as soon as he does, meaning you can’t be given the quest which is needed to upgrade your Automaton.

Disc-version players can revert back to version 1.00 and don't install the updates or wait for a patch, while digital players will have to wait for a patch unless you don't play online and have no updates installed.

Step 2 Clean Up:

This may not be necessary, but if you just complete the story, there is NG+ post-game, in which you can carry on with all your upgrades and etc., but the map resets, or you can continue without using NG+ and are put back just before the final mission and can continue to unlock the remaining trophies you may have on route to the trophy_platinum.png.

Biomutant Trophy Guide

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47 trophies ( 37  )

  • Unlock every Trophy in Biomutant

    Ahh, the long awaited Platinum. This trinket will be yours upon unlocking the final trophy.

    Congratulations :)
  • Escape Bunker 101

    Story-related cannot be missed

    This will be your first trophy and will pop once you leave/escape Bunker 101 and the game opens up for exploration.

    The first ‘mission’ if you will serves as a tutorial to get you used to the game play and various RPG elements and is very linear so see it through to its end to start the game proper.
  • Discover a Twinkle Crashsite

    The Twinkle Crash Site can be found once you start the side mission for a character called Nova, you will witness a meteor hit the ground and will have to find the location. She can be found at the location shown below.

  • Win a Drinking Competition against Gulp

    Gulp is a side character in the Surfipelago region (see side character trophy for location) and are introduced to him as part of the story in a mission called ‘Gumquacks’.

    After completing 2 short side quests it will initiate a drinking competition ‘The Drink A Link’ with him. Follow the QTE prompts and the trophy will be yours.
  • Defeat 50 Enemies using Super Wushu

    As you are unlocking the Melee and Ranged Combat abilities, the final two abilities in each category are classed as ‘Special Moves’ which are basic commands like cross.pngcross.pngr2.png or square.pngcircle.pngr2.png. When you use a special attack for the first time you build up a Super Wung Fu power meter in the bottom left, which is illustrated as 3 small characters in a fighting stance. You need to highlight all 3 for the Special move set to be active and then press l1.png and r1.png at the same time to enter Super Wung Fu mode.

    Once you enter this mode, the screen blurs and a handful of button prompts appear on screen where you can press them to attack enemies within a small time frame. By pressing these attack prompts, upon killing 50 enemies which won’t take long, you will unlock this trophy.

    As a side note it was a bit awkward for me this and what I had to do to build the Super Wung Fu meter up was do a special move with one weapon, then switch to another and do the same and then switch to another weapon and do it again for the meter to become live.
  • Discover all 15 Old World Gadgets

    *NOTE* This trophy is currently glitched as of patch 2.01 in that the tracker for all the gadgets appears to be broken and revisiting older saves, NG+ and a new game to correct this aren’t working. If you have a disc version revert back to patch 1.00 and don’t install the update. Failing that a newer patch will hopefully correct this.

    I would advise that if you do this trophy, try and interact with each one, make a note of the ones you have done just once and don’t finish the side missions through to their end until you pop the trophy.

    There are over 15 gadgets to find and are located at various places around the world. Some you will find naturally as you progress the story, some are found or required to solve as you do side missions, and through natural exploration, you will discover others. They all have a mission attached to them once you solve the first one, so for example when you find a TV (or Eyeboxes as they are called in the game) and solve the puzzle for it, you will be tasked with finding another 4 of 5. Unfortunately, these are not tracked in game, so use the list below as your tracker as to which ones you find/need:

    Old World Gadgets to find:-
    Bleep Bleep Cupboards (Arcade Machine)
    Clothes Soakers (Washing Machine)
    Flush Stooles (Toilet)
    Fry Sparker (Microwave)
    Mindmonitors (PC/Computer)
    Ping Pong Booths (Phone Box)
    Radionics (Radio)
    Raylighters (Projector)
    Ringdingers (Telephone with rotating dial)
    Stringplonks (Piano)
    Stronkboxes (Safe)
    Terra Globuses (Globe)
    Twing-Twangs (Guitar)
    Spiral Groover (Record Player)
    Pipes (These are everywhere in various locations and are usually needed to be solved to progress in areas such as sewers etc).
    Powerbox (These are everywhere in various locations and are usually needed to be solved to progress in areas such as sewers etc).
    Pingdish (Radar Tower, there are 4 of these and are needed to be solved to find environmental protection suits).
  • Defeat 25 Bandits

    For this trophy, you need to go to the forts that are located around the map and defeat 25 enemies/thugs that are in the forts. There are roughly 6 thugs per fort, so do the first 5 following the side quest ‘Cleaning Up’ to conquer all forts that pops when you do the first one.

    The image below shows an example of a what a fort looks like in location:

  • Drown 5 Enemies in Oil during Combat

    For this trophy you need to be in an area where there is tar. I used the Blink ability (can be found in the Mutations section as an unlockable special move) where you charge into an enemy and it knocks them over. Do this so they land in the tar and drown and once successful after 5 times, the trophy will be yours.

    A good location I found was the Puttiupper Plaza as there are plenty of enemies here with oil all around the site.

  • Reach Level 25 with any Character Class

    This will unlock naturally as you progress the game and story and can't really be missed or avoided. Once you earn the allotted XP per level you will level up. The trophy pops at Level 25.
  • Discover all 30 Altars

    Altars are scattered everywhere, such as in forts, out in the open, in camps, and some are defended by medium to large sized enemies. Interact with them by pressing triangle. Once you have located and interacted with all 30 Altars in the game, you will unlock the trophy.

  • Unlock all Gun Proficiency Skills

    There are five categories for Ranged Combat:

    Guns – Dual Wielded Guns – Rifles – Automatic Rifles – Shotguns

    They all have a 3-5 skills in each category and you unlock them using 1-2 upgrade points. Once you have invested the required points for each skill you will unlock this trophy.
  • Unlock all Melee Weapon Proficiency Skills

    There are five categories for Close Combat:

    Unarmed – One-Handed Slash – Dual Wield Melee – Two-Handed Slash - Crush

    They all have a 3-5 skills in each category and you unlock them using 1-2 upgrade points. Once you have invested the required points for each skill you will unlock this trophy.
  • Re-code your DNA at a Cooling Tower Biopool

    For this trophy, you need to explore the Green Radioactive areas with the large reactor cooling towers. They are easy to spot on the map, but you need to make sure you are protected from the Radioactivity that is present. Either wear an outfit that offers 100% coverage (you can craft and modify outfits you find and see what has the best % resistance to radiation), find the radioactive suit (part of a side quest), or spend Bio Hazard Points to upgrade your resistance levels against it.

    Once you find your way to the underground area of the tower, you will have to fight and kill a large bug boss. Once done, you can spend a Bio Hazard point at the illuminous green pool in the area and modify your DNA look of your character. Do this once and you will earn the trophy.

  • Upgrade any 2 Attributes to 100

    You have 6 attributes to enhance as you play the game and for the trophy you need to get over 100 on two of them. As you level up you earn ability points to spend so use these to upgrade any of the following:

    VITALITY – STRENGTH – INTELLECT – CHARISMA – AGILITY – LUCK

    Its advisable that you try and do 2 that you think will benefit your playstyle early on so you aren’t spending a lot of time post game trying to level up 2 required for the trophy.

    Once you have gone over 100 on two of them the trophy will be yours.
  • Defeat 20 Enemies using the Ki-Spark Ability

    The KI-Spark ability can be found in the MUTATIONS tab in the menu of your character. You earn PSI Points which can be gained from kneeling at altars (see Kneel trophy_silver.png for details) or through defeating enemies with PSI abilities.

    It will cost you 16 PSI points and have at least 30 Light Aura (this is earned by being positive in the game through choices etc) and you chose which button you assign the ability to in the menu so you can use it in combat.

    If you want this out of the way first, save them so you can earn it. If you want to save your points, make a save, earn the trophy and then reload. The trophy will pop once you have killed 20 enemies with this ability.
  • Stick 25 Enemies to the Mucus Bubble

    The Mucus Bubble ability can be found in the MUTATIONS tab in the menu of your character. You earn Bio Hazard-Points which can be gained from opening Bio canisters (green glowing cases) or through defeating enemies with Bio abilities.

    It will cost you 10 Bio points and you chose which button you assign the ability to in the menu so you can use it in combat. If you want this out of the way first, save them so you can earn it.

    If you want to save your points, make a save, earn the trophy and then reload. The trophy will pop once you have stuck 20 enemies to your bubble with this ability.
  • Bounce 50 times on a Fungus

    You will start to earn or collect Bio Points as you defeat enemies and discover areas and using these points will allow you to purchase Mutations that are classed as different Biogenetics.

    To find these in the menu go to:

    Character > Mutations > Biogenetics and then scroll down to Fungi.

    To purchase Fungi you will need 4 Bio Points and once you have purchased it, you will need to assign the ability to a button on the controller to use. Once you have done this, when you are back in the game, hold l2.png, press your assigned button for the mutation and a mushroom will spawn in the ground. From here simply jump onto the mushroom until it disappears and rinse and repeat. You get 10-11 bounces off one mushroom, so repeat the process 5 times and the trophy will be yours.

    If you don’t want to use your points, make a save, follow the steps above, get the trophy and then reload your save to save your Bio Points.
  • Ride the Googlide across all Water Resistance Levels

    When you unlock the Googlide (a jet-ski essentially) given as a quest by Goop at Subnautica Station, hold dpad_down.png on the D-Pad and when you have got the upgrades available and make sure you upgrade the Googlide engine to Level 3 and then travel through the 3 different water colour types.

    Blue – Lvl1
    Green – Lvl2
    Brown – Lvl3

    You need to find Googlide Wreckboxes first which have the upgrades inside and are tasked with these as side mission.

    The trophy will ding in once you have travelled through all three.
  • Survive 5 minutes in the Mekton while in the Deadzone

    You'll meet a guy called Gizmo through natural story progression where you are introduced to an environmental hazard 'Hypoxia' which causes you to lose oxygen, and 'Oil' which you can drown in.

    It's at this stage in the game that you are introduced to and take control of the Mekton which is a robotic machine you ride in.

    To get the trophy you can either stand still for 5 real time minutes or travel around the Deadzone area. Once the time limit has passed, the trophy will be yours.
  • Ride a Gnaut 500 meters

    Once you take over your first outpost, you will be tasked with taking over more as part of the story.

    As you are travelling between them you will come across a Gnaut that is under attack and you have to defend it.

    As soon as you warn off its attacker you will learn how to mount it. Once you do, just run around for a couple of minutes and you will earn the trophy straight away.
  • Unlock all Automaton Upgrades

    *NOTE* This trophy is currently glitched as of patch 2.01 and may not pop for some if not all players, in that the quest giver (a large bear carrying a lantern) appears briefly before turning around and vanishing in random locations, meaning you can’t receive the side quest. If you have a disc version revert back to patch 1.00 and don’t install the update. Failing that a newer patch will hopefully correct this.

    The Automaton upgrades are in the Gear – Automaton – Functions tab in the menus and the following upgrades are required:

    Flashlight
    Health Injector
    Glider
    Turret
    Boost

    In order to upgrade these, you need to find the large bear carrying a lantern in the open world. His spawn points are random so you will need to be on the lookout for him and engage with him when he appears. The quest ‘Mirage’ will see you revisit a childhood memory and when successful in defeating a particular character, when you return back to the present day where you can choose an upgrade and you need to do this 4 times for the trophy to unlock.
  • Possess more than 1000 Greenleaf

    Greenleaf is the currency in game that you will use to purchase items. Simply have over 1,000 of this in your possession at one time and the trophy will be yours. I achieved this just through normal play as you will gain Greenleaf by looting, finding Green ATM plants (a wreath-type structure), and completing quests and killing enemies.

    You can even sell items you have plenty of to merchants to gain the currency back.
  • Obtain 10 of each Crafting Resource

    In the crafting menu there are 5 resource types (Metal, Wood, Plastic, Rubber and E-Waste) you will be collecting throughout the world as you explore and loot from crates, resource totems, bags, enemies etc. These parts are required for upgrades, mods etc. for your character and weapons.

    To get this trophy, you will need 10 of each resource type available in your inventory.

    The quickest way to do this is make a save, then scrap all your items to accumulate 10 of each resource. You should amass plenty quite quickly if you explore outside of the story path by looting and destroying resource totems. Once you are ready to scrap items, you will see a little +1, +2 icon next to each resource telling you how many you will get from a part you are about to scrap.

    Once 10 items are registered for each one, the trophy will be yours.

    Reload your save so you have all your parts back without losing them.
  • Capture 20 Sqvips

    Sqvips are like little red squirrels that run a round in the world. You will naturally stumble across these so interact with  them by pressing triangle.png  to collect them. You will earn the trophy upon catching 20.

  • Capture 20 Gumducks

    Gumducks are yellow rubber ducks that are only found (that I know of) in one location. Unfortunately you can only catch 6 at a time in this spot and you can't save, quit, reload and farm them; you actually have to wait at least 30 minutes in real time before they respawn! So just do other tasks while you wait, and after at least 30 minutes, revisit and get the remaining ducks. You will earn the trophy upon catching 20.



  • Capture 20 Glittermoths

    Glittermoths are like fireflies a round in the world. You will naturally stumble across these so interact with them by pressing triangle.png to collect them. You will earn the trophy upon catching 20.

  • Capture 20 Pippis

    Pippis are blackbird/crows that you'll find sitting on the ground in the world. They squawk when you are near them so you will know when you are close. You will naturally stumble across these so interact with them by pressing triangle.png to collect them. You will earn the trophy upon catching 20.

  • Capture 20 Guppos

    Like Gumducks, Guppos are only found in one location. Unfortunately you can only catch 6 at a time in this spot and you cant save, quit, reload and farm them, you actually have to wait at least 30 mins real time before they respawn! So just do other tasks, revisit and get the Guppo’s. You will earn the trophy upon catching 20.




  • Buy an item from Honki

    Once you find Honki (see image for his location), you'll need to do 2 short fetch-and-retrieve missions before you are given the option to buy off him.

    If you don’t want to spend your currency, make a save beforehand, buy something cheap, earn the trophy and then reload.

  • Discover all 7 Environment Biomes

    There are 8 areas to discover and 6 of them will be discovered through the story and the last area I discovered was in Kluppy Dunes as the story doesn’t take you there, but is required for 2 side characters.

    These are the 8 areas:-

    Whereabouts
    Yerpfields
    Deadzone
    Fanackyleaves
    Surfipelago
    Knupstonies
    Mushimosh Mire
    Kluppy Dunes

    You will be notified upon entering each area and will earn the trophy upon entering the 7th Biome location.
  • Discover and enter 3 Manholes

    Manholes are littered around the map and have steam coming out of them as an indicator as to where they are when you are near them. As you may expect, they appear mainly on the main roads or sometimes in hazardous areas. Just hop down 3 of them to earn this trophy.

  • Defeat All four World Eaters

    Story-related cannot be missed

    There are 4 World Eaters and you will have to defeat all four to progress the story. They are located roughly in each of the four corners of the map.

    Murk Puff
    Jumbo Puff
    Hoof Puff
    Porky Puff

    Once you have defeated all of them, the trophy will be yours.
  • Detonate 3 Bangballs on the Porky Puff

    NOTE: Make a save before each boss in case you mess up the requirement for the trophy specific to each boss.

    *Missable*

    You can miss this trophy by defeating the boss naturally with weapons etc. as the mines that are in the water with which you can use to weaken the boss don’t have to be used.

    When near a mine on the Googlide, press square.png and move around with it once you have collected it. What I did was when you release the mine (press square.png again) it times out and detonates hitting the boss and weakening him. Do this 3 times and you will unlock the trophy.
  • Feed the Jumbo Puff World Eater 6 Sqvips

    NOTE: Make a save before each boss in case you mess up the requirement for the trophy specific to each boss.

    *Missable*

    Sqvips are collected throughout the world and are introduced through the story. As part of the boss fight the mechanic you are told to use is by pressing l2.png and firing 3 sqvips at once at the boss to eat as a distraction. Just spam this once the meter refills after launching the first batch and you should have no trouble in acquiring the trophy.
  • Feed the Murk Puff 10 Guppos

    NOTE: Make a save before each boss in case you mess up the requirement for the trophy specific to each boss.

    *Missable*

    Guppos are collected at one location in the world and are introduced through the story. As part of the boss fight the mechanic you are told to use is by pressing l2.png and firing Guppos at the boss to eat as a distraction. Make sure this simulation happens 4 times so you can fire 3 lots of them and then extras so it counts.

    Just spam this once the meter refills after launching the first batch and you should have no trouble in acquiring the trophy.
  • Pull all Teeth from the Hoof Puff

    NOTE: Make a save before each boss in case you mess up the requirement for the trophy specific to each boss.

    *Missable*

    Before this boss is introduced as a mission, you will acquire a Grabbler (Grappling Hook) from the Netra Tribe which you can use on this boss to remove the teeth from his mouth.

    As you weaken him (hit the white spots on his knees), there will be a small sequence where he will open his mouth and you will be prompted to press square.png to lasso and pull his teeth out.

    There are 4 teeth to remove and once you have done all 4, the trophy will pop.
  • Defeat or Subdue all five Rival Tribe Leaders

    As you progress the story you will storm the 5 fortresses, eventually fighting or persuading the leader of each fort.

    I chose the option to persuade and subdue each leader to follow me and the Myriad Tribe as this takes the least time, rather than engaging in combat, and the trophy will be earned once you have done all 5 leaders.
  • Take Over 6 Tribe Outposts

    This is straightforward enough. You will be tasked with taking over tribe outposts as part of the main story, so to earn this trophy as the description says; you just need to do 6 of them.

    This popped for me after taking over the last Netra Tribe outpost before being tasked with defeating the leader of this tribe at the Netra Fortress.
     
  • Defeat Enemies using 3 Different Tribe Weapons

    You gain a Tribe Weapon after defeating or subduing the leader of a fort. Upon doing the third fort (these will be done through story progression) you can then go about defeating enemies with the 3 acquired Tribe Weapons. Once you have defeated enemies using all three, the trophy will be yours.

    The three weapons I used were:

    Myriad Boomerang (Boomerang)
    Netra Tribe Grabbler 9Grappling Hook)
    Jagni Tribe Staff (Staff)
  • Complete all 20 Conscience Dialogues

    The description here is misleading, as you just need to complete 20, not "all 20", as there are a lot more than just 20 in the game.

    They happen when you are given a choice to choose a ‘dark’ or ‘light’ aura response. These all usually happen when you are making choices and decisions during the story.

    You will get plenty of opportunity to get these and will also be present in side quests. The trophy will pop once you hit 20.

    Unfortunately the game offers no in game trackers for any of the trophies, so just keep an eye on the Aura level in the Character > Aura tab as a gauge to how many points you have earned to times you have interacted with the dialogue.
  • Trek

     

    Discover all 6 Tribe Forts

    You should earn this by visiting all the fortresses you take over as you progress the story.

    If you don’t for some reason earn this, check that the name of each fortress is displayed on the map. If they are not, simply fast travel to each one and ‘discover’ it again. There are 6 in total.

    You will earn your trophy upon discovering the 6th one.
  • Craft a 7-star Weapon

    This is a cool trophy in my opinion as the weapon variations and options are a plenty and crafting weapons in this game is fun.

    Each weapon has a star rating and by mixing and matching various items you can make the weapon be pretty powerful quickly. Hit 7 stars or above and the trophy will be yours.

  • Find and Equip 5 Different Mekton Upgrades

    When inside the Mekton (made available in a quest for Gizmo at the Chugyard in Bricktown), hold dpad_down.png on the D-Pad and select the various upgrades you have collected. A side mission to discover upgrades becomes available once you start using the Mekton.

    Upon selecting 5 different upgrades you will earn the trophy.
     
  • Find and Equip 5 Different Googlide Upgrades

    When on the Googlide (made available in a quest for GULP), hold dpad_down.png on the D-Pad and select the various upgrades you have collected. A side mission to discover upgrades becomes available once you start using the Googlide.

    Upon selecting 5 different upgrades you will earn the trophy.
  • Deal more than 1000 Damage in a Single Hit

    I actually gained this by accident when I was using hand to hand combat as I accidentally unequipped my main weapon. Just fight enemies and as soon as you see a prompt in the bottom right hand corner to use a special move hit it and you should cause a hell of a lot of damage to enemies as you can chain the attack, more so if it delivers a killing blow to one or more.

    I achieved this in one of the story led missions in a fortress where I was confronted by 5 enemies at once, so there is more than enough chance to earn this at these locations.
  • Discover all 16 Side Characters

    The 16 of 23 side characters that are dotted around the world are displayed as large models on the map in their locations bar two of them. Once you have interacted with all of them which you are led to during main and side story missions or natural discovery, you will earn the trophy.

    The list of characters of which you can reference or tick off is as follows:-

    BOOM – Located in Puffduff Bluff
    CHU-CHU – Located in End of the Line
    CHUBSA – Located at Glurp Paddock (character not displayed on the main map)
    GILL – Located at Burblebottom
    GULP – Located in Sinkidink
    HONKI – Located in Sprill Slope
    JUJU – Located in Faraway
    JUMBLE – Located in Bullibull Glade
    KLICK – Located in Anywhere
    LOBO – Located at Blimpstation
    LUMP – Located in the Float Boat
    MAYA – Located at Hex Hut
    MITO – Located in Brightlight
    MOOG – Located in Steepdeepo
    NOVA – Located in Watchout
    PEBBLE – Located at Knack Hill (character not displayed on the main map)
    SOL – Located at Out and About (you will need to meet LOBO in order to get to SOL safely)
    TRIM – Located at Spurftop

    Credit to Powerpyx for kindly allowing me to use his video guide:
  • Find out what’s at the End of a Rainbow

    This is a side quest that is given to you by Jumble at Bullibull Glade.

    Upon receiving the quest, you simply have to ‘follow’ the rainbow to its end, defeat a few enemies, interact with a chest and retrieve the contents called the ‘Rainbow Concentrate’ and the trophy will pop upon completing/opening this.

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