Overview:
  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
  • Offline trophies: 43 (20, 21, 1, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 20-24hrs+ (Estimated Time to Platinum)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0 - There is free roam after you finish the story
  • Glitched trophies: None but Koa's Wardrobe trophy_bronze.png and Your favorite backpack trophy_bronze.png have a delayed pop (see those trophies for more info)
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No difficulty settings

Introduction:

Summer in Mara takes you on a journey of discovery with the young and quite ambitious Koa, a girl with big dreams of seeing the world or at least everything Mara has to offer. Left to take care of her own home island, Koa soon befriends a strange creature by the name of Napopo who she can barely understand but still direly wants to help. After rebuilding Koa’s boat, you’ll travel across the sea to unknown Islands and meet the townsfolk on each. They’ll provide you with trades, tales from yonder, and a lot of quests to keep Koa busy. After gaining hospitality from Saimi, Koa learns more and more about her Grandmother and the adventures that she went on when she was just a young girl which inspires Koa even more to help Napopo. With the help of the townsfolk, Koa becomes more able to aid her tiny friend. As the mysteries start to unravel, Koa will find herself on an adventure for the history books, one that will not only save her home Island but the entirety of Mara. 

This game may automatically start in Spanish no matter what region/version you have. For those needing to change it to English (one of the other 5 available languages), on the main menu, press cross.png (Pulsa para empezar), go down to Opciones, then change the language (Idioma) to whichever you're needing. 


Walkthrough:

Step 1: Play through the game

Because there is no point of no return in this game, you can do everything at your own leisure. It's recommended you do the side characters' questlines as you go but you can also just hammer through the main story line to get it done and over with. If you want to work on everything at once, be sure to just keep checking your Quest Log (dpad_up.png) to see which ones are available at that time. The main thing you want to keep in mind is to avoid buying anything if possible and stick to crafting/cooking it yourself until Cooker trophy_bronze.png and Handy trophy_bronze.png unlock. Be sure to also pick up any and every piece of trash you see so you can work towards Cleaning Mara trophy_silver.png as you progress and save every Orange you pick up for There's no room for more trophy_bronze.png. When you get to the point where you need them for crafting, Bananas can be found on Iron Island and Silver Cay but Pineapples can be found on Rest Island and Forgotten Island. As soon as you're able to build a Tool Cabinet, do so. This will enable you to craft your own Nails, which you'll be needing a lot of as you work towards Platinum. There is a fast travel system via the Map (when you get it) but it's recommended you try not to spend any of that money if you can help it. With that being said though, there is a small glitch in the game that will still allow you to use the fast travel system even if you have 0 coins. You'll work on all your tool and boat upgrades as you go as the ones required for trophies are also part of a Quest or two.

At the end of this step, you will have unlocked the following:

In the beginning... trophy_bronze.png 
The lady in the lighthouse trophy_bronze.png 
The inventor and the little robot trophy_bronze.png 
You're a pirate! trophy_bronze.png 
Dishwasher trophy_bronze.png 
Cooker trophy_bronze.png 
Clumsy trophy_bronze.png 
Handy trophy_bronze.png 
Scout trophy_bronze.png 
Explorer trophy_bronze.png 
Bargainer trophy_bronze.png 
And still, it's not speaking trophy_silver.png 
Miss you... trophy_bronze.png 
Crystal shine trophy_bronze.png 
Saving Mara trophy_gold.png 



Step 2: Clean-up

While you have more than likely unlocked the majority of the side characters' quest-related trophies, you can finish up any you didn't do after you've completed the story. You'll still be able to free roam around Mara and finish up anything extra you might still be missing. This includes Quests, Recyclables, Exploring etc. Depending on how far you got in Step 1 will determine how long this will take. If you completed everything possible up to the final fight, you'll only have Napopo and Eregan's Quests to finish up.

At the end of this step, you will have unlocked the following:

There's no room for more trophy_bronze.png 
Le'ts chop! trophy_bronze.png 
Akaji trophy_silver.png 
Aquila trophy_silver.png 
Awan trophy_silver.png 
Brram trophy_silver.png 
Blu trophy_silver.png 
Caleb trophy_silver.png 
Litio trophy_silver.png 
Mayo trophy_silver.png 
Pilly, Milly & Tilly trophy_silver.png 
Ecco trophy_silver.png 
Mûn trophy_silver.png 
Taima trophy_silver.png 
Rigatta trophy_silver.png 
Onzo trophy_silver.png 
Taka trophy_silver.png 
Noho trophy_silver.png 
Napopo trophy_silver.png 
Cleaning Mara trophy_silver.png 
Negotiator trophy_bronze.png 
Koa's Wardrobe trophy_bronze.png 
Your favorite backpack trophy_bronze.png 
Lots of crops trophy_bronze.png 
Beast star trophy_bronze.png 
Mara trophy_silver.png 
A boat of one's own trophy_silver.png 
Guardian trophy_platinum.png 

Summer in Mara (EU) Trophy Guide

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43 trophies ( 21  20  )

  • Take care of Mara.

    Earn all of the other trophies to unlock the Platinum.
  • Carry 99 oranges in the backpack.

    Oranges are one of the first fruits available to you when you start the game on your Home Island. There are already Orange trees planted, you'll already have a headstart on this. It’ll take a bit to actually get to 99 so it’s highly recommended you replant the first few batches of Oranges you harvest. That way whenever you’re back on your Island, you’ll gain more Oranges each time the trees are fully grown. As long as you’re being proactive and harvesting the trees each time they’re available and not going crazy with creating recipes that require the fruit, you should easily accumulate the 99 required for this trophy well before you finish the game. 
  • Unlock the mine.

    You'll unlock the Mine as part of the questline with Napopo. 

    About halfway through her questline, you'll meet Blu and eventually, you'll be tasked with working with Akaji to build a Mine on your home island. You'll be able to see the materials required when you accept the quest but where to actually place it is not really explained to you. It'll need to go on the Western side of your home island. Along the rock wall, you'll see a green arrow pointing to where the Mine will be built. Interact with this arrow to actually build it (and to unlock the trophy).
     
     
  • Complete all the quests from Akaji.

    You'll meet Akaji through the main story after you've met with Saimi. She only has roughly 10 Quests for you to complete but you'll need to progress pretty far in the story before you'll be able to do the final ones. Just keep checking the Quest Log (dpad_up.png) from time to time to see if she has one active for you. Her position never changes so you'll always pick up/return her Quests on Qälis. The last Quest she gives you will be to collect a piece of a Colossus Robot from Iron Colossus. Once you give it to her, the trophy will unlock. 
  • Complete all the quests from Aquila.

    You'll meet Aquila through the main story after you've met with Saimi. He has about 10 Quests for you to complete but as with most of the side characters, you'll need to progress pretty far into the story before you'll be able to do the final ones. His location never moves and can always be found in the Mansion on Qälis. The final quest he gives you will be to make some Fireworks. Once you've crafted them, the trophy will unlock.
  • Awan

     

    Complete all the quests from Awan.

    You'll meet Awan after you've met Mayo, the waitress working in Awan's Restaurant. He has about 12 Quests for you to complete and as with the others, you'll need to progress pretty far in the story before you'll be able to finish up the last ones. The last Quest he gives you will be to distribute a new dish among the people of Qälis. Deliver the food and talk with him again to unlock the trophy.

    The rest of the Quests are pretty straight forward but he does have one to collect 3 Angel Fish which might give you some issue. The Quest itself isn't hard, it's more so that the bait to catch these fish is rare. You'll need Larva to catch them, which can be found randomly in Beehives, Crab Letters or breaking Crates/Boxes when traversing the ocean. Alternatively, there is a bait bucket that respawns 1 Larva every couple of days in Quruluqi Rock. The bucket is sitting on top of a rock on the South-Eastern shore of the island (the rock is not attached to the island). 

    Other than the Larva bait, you shouldn't have any trouble getting the rest of the items needed to complete his Quests. 
  • Complete all the quests from Brram.

    Brram will be available as soon as you get to Qälis and can be found down on the Eastern beach. He'll have 10 Quests for you which you'll need to progress quite far into the story before you'll be able to fully complete. The last Quest he gives you is to collect some Flour and a Squid. Talk to him again when you have the items and the trophy will unlock.
  • Blu

     

    Complete all the quests from Blu.

    Blu will become available roughly halfway through the story. After you've returned the necklace to Saima, Napopo will go missing. When you find her, you'll also find Blu. He as about 7 Quests for you to complete but again, you'll need to progress close to the end of the end before you'll be able to finish them up. The last Quest he gives you will be to make an offering to the Temple of Qälis (note you actually do this twice - once when you first meet him and once at the end of his Questline). Speak with him after making the offering and the trophy will unlock. 

    You'll pick up the Bee Outfit as you progress through his Questline. This is required for Koa's Wardrobe trophy_bronze.png
  • Complete all the quests from Caleb.

    Caleb will be available on the dock in Qälis after you've gained access to the Lighthouse and have spoken with Saimi. He has roughly 16 Quests for you to complete, the last of which you won't be able to do until you're pretty close to the end of the story. The final Quest he gives you will be to bring a 'Page of Sales' from Onzo's diary to him. Once you turn in the page, the trophy will unlock.

    Most of the Quests are going to be pretty straightforward/easy to find but he does have one that will require Pineapple. If you didn't get lucky/explore around before picking up this Quest, you can find them on Rest Island and Forgotten Island. Feel free to take some back to your home island so you can start growing them there as well. 

    You'll pick up the Octopus Backpack as you progress through his Questline. This is required for Your favorite backpack trophy_bronze.png
  • Complete all the quests from Litio.

    You'll first me Litio when you've upgraded your ship and are looking for Dunna. When you meet him, you two will go on a "practice" race (which you'll win). After that, Litio can be found sailing near the Puni Cave island. His icon is a blue birdlike creature:
     

    He'll have a total of 10 Quests for you to complete, the last of which you'll need to be pretty close to the end of the story before you'll be able to complete them. The final Quest he gives you will be to knit a hat and scarf for him (you don't actually need to craft these - you can use ones you've found/bought). Turn in the items then the trophy will unlock.

    A somewhat Quest-related tip: Litio introduces Treasure Maps, which will sometimes dig up chests that require a Gold Key. You actually get these from him directly. When you have a chest requiring a Gold Key, talk to Litio and he'll provide you with what you need. 
     
  • Mayo

     

    Complete all the quests from Mayo.

    You'll meet Mayo through the main story. She's found just outside of Awan's Restaurant in Qälis. The most devious out of all of the characters, she'll have about 9 Quests for you to complete, the last of which won't be able available until you're nearing the end of the story. The last Quest she gives you will be to build a Swing on your home island. Once you've built the structure, the trophy will unlock.
  • Complete all the quests from Pilly, Milly & Tilly.

    Pilly, Milly, & Tilly (or mostly just Pilly) will be available in the market in Qälis after you've helped them pay off their debt to Mr. Edegan (the banker). They have about 11 Quests for you to get through, the majority of which you won't be able to do until close to the end of the game. The last Quest they give you will be to make a "Big Poot" (a Big Flowerpot Base). Bring it to the Market on Qälis when you have it and the trophy will unlock.
  • Ecco

     

    Complete all the quests from Ecco.

    You'll automatically meet Ecco during a story-related quest with Dunna near Elit Station. After that, he can be found roaming around Gold Bay. His ship icon will be yellow:
     

    He has about 13 Quests for you to complete but you won't even meet him until near the end of the gameso you won't be able to complete these until around that time. The final Quest he gives you will be to make some Fireworks to celebrate his race. When you make them, talk to him again to unlock the trophy.
  • Mûn

     

    Complete all the quests from Mûn

    Mûn will be available after you've met Mayo on Qälis. She's sunbathing down on the Eastern beach, just near where Brram and Taka's food truck is. She has the shortest Questline out of all of the characters and only has 6 Quests for you to complete, all of which can be done in one go. The last Quest she gives you will be to bring her some Pizza. When you do, the trophy will unlock.

    While she does have the shortest Questline, her objectives aren't super straightforward in what you have to do for some of them. Below are just some tips for her Quests in case you get stuck in the same spots:
    • When you dig up the Backpack, you'll need a key to open up the chest. These keys are found randomly in crates/boxes, on mail crabs, and can be found when diving at any of the dive stations around Mara. 
    • When you need to take a picture, just talk with Mûn again.

    The reward for finishing her Quests is the Tourish Shirt which is required for Koa's Wardrobe trophy_bronze.png.
  • Complete all the quests from Taima.

    You'll meet Taima after you visit Black Volano to find Dunna. When you leave the area (you can only go North to Traverse Island), she will appear. After this first meeting, she can usually be found circling around Big Iceberg. Her icon is Green:
     

    She'll have 8 Quests for you to complete, all of which you'll do near the end of the story. The final Quest she gives you will be to purchase a Glass Eye from Ecco. When you bring it back to her, the trophy will unlock.

    As you make your way through these Quests, you'll get the Mara Backpack which is required for Your favorite backpack trophy_bronze.png
     
  • Complete all the quests from Rigatta.

    You'll meet Rigatta when you have to go to the Forbidden Outcrop during the main story. After you first meet her, she can be found sailing around Midnight Island. Her icon is green:
     

    She'll only have 5 Quests for you to do, though will be heavily involved in multiple other character's sidequests as well. The last one she gives you will be to retrieve the Rigatta Cube. When you give it back to her, the trophy will unlock.
     
  • Onzo

     

    Complete all the quests from Onzo.

    Onzo will be available as soon as you reach Qälis and can be found near the Market and by the lake on the Northern side (between the Mansion and the Temple). She'll have roughly 13 Quests for you to complete. As with the other characters, you won't be able to do the final few until near the very end of the game. The last one she gives you will be to fix her Watch. When you give it back to her, talk to her one more time and the trophy will unlock.

    As you progress through this Questline, you'll receive the Chicken Outfit which is required for Koa's Wardrobe trophy_bronze.png.
     
  • Taka

     

    Complete all the quests from Taka.

    Taka will be available in Qälis after you've completed the first few Quests in Brram's chain and the food truck is open. He has roughly 12 Quests for you to complete. As with just about everyone else, you won't be able to complete the last few until you're near the end of the story. The final Quest he gives you to be to deliver some Clams Mariniere. Once you've made the delivery, talk to him one more time and the trophy will unlock.

    As you progress through this Questline, you'll receive the Cook Uniform which is required for Koa's Wardrobe trophy_bronze.png
  • Noho

     

    Complete all the quests from Noho.

    Noho will be available as soon as you reach Qälis. He's found sitting on the dock, just next to Caleb. He has roughly 13 Quests for you to complete. As with just about everyone else, you won't be able to finish his last few until you get pretty close to the end of the game. The final Quest he gives you will be for you to build a Boat Model (not Akaji). Talk to him after you've made it and the trophy will unlock. 

    As you progress through this Questline, you'll receive the Fish Backpack which is required for Your favorite backpack trophy_bronze.png
  • Complete all the quests from Napopo.

    Napopo is the first character you'll meet in the game after you've completed the Tutorial. She has roughly 22 Quests for you to complete, the last of which can't be done until after you've completed the main story (her and Edegan are the only ones with actual post-story quests). The last Quest she gives you will be to build her a House. When you've built the structure, the trophy will unlock.

    Her Quests for the most part are pretty straightforward - collect things, build things, etc. But there are 2 that might give you some issue in regards to where to actually find the requirements. Below are just a few tips for this Questline just in case you get stuck in the same spots:
    • Canvas: When Napopo instructs you to craft a Canvas, depending on when you do this Quest, you might not have the recipe for it yet and won't for quite a few. You get the recipe from Rigatta during her Questline. You can wait to get the recipe before continuing on but there is also a single Crab Mail with a Canvas in the bottle. It's located on the coastline of Gold Bay. Just be sure not to sell it if you pick it up from the Crab. 
    • Walnuts: Napopo will eventually ask you for some chocolate ice cream covered in Walnuts. Walnuts unfortunately are not very common in Mara and while you can farm them in a crate on Blacket Island, it's far easier to just purchase the ice cream for this Quest. Just North of the Market in Qälis is a vending machine that sells Chocolate Ice Cream covered in Walnuts for 60 coins. Just get it from there.
  • Cook 10 dishes.

    See Cooker trophy_bronze.png.
  • Cook 30 dishes.

    Depending on how many Quest-related food items you buy instead of cooking yourself, this should unlock naturally as you progress through the game. It doesn't need to be 30 unique dishes and can be the same one 30 times if you want to do it that way. If you're crafting everything yourself and keeping your purchases to a minimum, this will unlock just after you learn how to make Chocolate. If you want to get it done and over with asap, you can farm Blackberries on your home island and just make a bunch of Blackberry Juice. As soon as you've crafted your 30th food item, the trophy will unlock. 
  • Craft 10 objects.

    See Handy trophy_bronze.png.
  • Craft 30 objects.

    The "Objects" required for this trophy include everything except for the food items. This also includes any structures you build on your home island. It doesn't need to be 40 unique items, it can be 40 of the same item if you want to do it that way. This will undoubtedly unlock naturally as you progress through the game and the side character's questlines as you'll need to craft well over 40 objects for them all. Depending on how much work you do on your home island before making your way to Qälis, this should unlock not too long after you arrive in Qälis. 
  • Collect 10 objects.

  • Collect 30 objects.

    Story Related

    It will be impossible to miss this trophy, even if you're sticking to just the Quests and not picking up a single extra thing along your travels. The "Objects" include everything. Ingredients, recipes, tools, seeds etc. Anything that is either given to you or physically picked up counts. Scout trophy_bronze.png will actually unlock during the tutorial so you won't have to wait too much longer after that for this trophy to pop as well. It doesn't need to be 60 unique objects, just needs to be 60 of any combination, in total. 
  • Use the recycle bin 100 times.

    As you travel around Mara, you'll come to little piles of garbage (bottles, cans, bags etc). You can pick these up to collect some litter and you can also break the crates/boxes floating out in the ocean to collect some as well. For this trophy, you need to recycle 100 pieces of litter. Just to be clear, you don't need to actually use the bin 100 times. You can turn in multiple pieces at once. You'll need to pick up 2 pieces of trash for a Quest with Noho. These do not count towards the 100. 

    You can track your progress towards this trophy by going to your inventory menu and hitting l1.png until you reach the "status" screen. Down on the bottom, you'll see "Total Recycled". Once this number hits 102 (100 + the 2 from Noho's Quest), the trophy will unlock. 
  • Sell objects for a total of 1000 coins.

  • Sell objects for a total of 2500 coins.

    Due to the nature of the game, you'll be buying a lot of items from the vendors as you progress through the story so there's a chance this will unlock naturally. If it doesn't, you'll need 10,000 coins on you at one single time for A boat of one's own trophy_silver.png so if you don't have it by the time you get to that Quest, you'll definitely get it as you work towards that number. You don't need to have 2,500 on you at one time. It's cumulative across your entire game. As soon as you've earned you 2,500th coin from selling items, the trophy will unlock. 
  • Get all the Koa's outfits.

    There are 8 outfits total that you'll need to collect, all of which are earned in either a side character's Questline or in the main story Questline. You can find these in your Inventory (under the Special tab) or on the Status screen. The Outfits and where to find them are as follows (in the order they appear on the Status screen): 
    • Koa's Outfit: Starting Outfit (after the Tutorial)
    • Navy Uniform: Story Related. Earned after you bring Dunna the sick/mutated Fish.
    • Pirate Uniform: Story Related. Earned after you win the "test" race again Litio when you meet him the first time.
    • Elit Uniform: Story Related. Earned after you give Aquila the Telescope.
    • Cook Uniform: Taka's Questline
    • Bee Outfit: Blu's Questline.
    • Chicken Outfit: Onzo's Questline.
    • Tourist Shirt: Complete Mûn's Questline

    Please note that this trophy does have a delayed pop. If you've collected all of the Outfits, you'll need to return to your home island before it'll unlock. 
  • Get all the Koa's backpacks.

    There are 8 backpacks total that you'll need to collect, all of which are earned in either a side character's Questline or in the main story Questline. You can find these in your Inventory (under the Special tab) or on the Status screen. The Backpacks and where to find them are as follows (in the order they appear on the Status screen):
    • Basic Backpack: Story Related. Received when you fix the boat.
    • Mara Backpack: Taima's Questline
    • Octopus Backpack: Caleb's Questline
    • Croissant Backpack: Mayo's Questline
    • Ocean Backpack: Story Related. Received when you fix the radio.
    • Fish Backpack: Noho's Questline
    • Floating Backpack: Story Related. Received when you draw in the first part of the Map.
    • Turtle Backpack: Starting Backpack (after the Tutorial)

    Please note that this trophy does have a delayed pop. If you've collected all of the Outfits, you'll need to return to your home island before it'll unlock.
  • Unlock all the crops on Home Island.

    The description of this trophy is a little misleading. You don't need to unlock all the Crops but rather all of the Plots on your home island. There are 16 in total. To clear them all, you'll need to upgrade your tools to at least the Rare Hammer and the Silver Hoe. These will be able to learn out the more stubborn rocks and weeds blocking the Plots. You should be upgrading your tools as you go anyway, so just remember to clear the Plots as you go. Once all 16 are clean and ready for farming, the trophy will unlock. 
  • Get one farm animal of each type for your island.

    The Chicken Coop and Pig Sty are available to build from the start (after the Tutorial at least) but you'll need to progress through the story before you'll actually have the materials to build them. The Sheep Stable is built as part of a Quest from Dunna. 

    Once a structure is built, you'll periodically see the animal it contains floating out in a crate in the ocean (if you build the Chicken Coop, you'll see baby chicks, etc). These will be marked with a Star when you first enter a new area but the Star will disappear after a few seconds. Even if the Star disappears, the animal will still be there. Simply drive your boat up next to the crate and rescue it. The beginning boat can hold 1 animal, the 1st upgrade will allow you to hold 2, and the final upgrade will allow you to hold 3. You need a total of 6 animals for this trophy:
    • Brown Chicken
    • White Chicken
    • Brown Pig
    • Pink Pig
    • White Sheep
    • Black Sheep
    Unfortunately, when you pick up the baby animals in the ocean, the chicks are all yellow, the pigs are all pink, and the sheep are all white, temporarily, making it random as to which one you'll actually get when you return home. Just keep picking up the floating animals as you come across them and you should easily have this trophy in no time. 
  • Mara

     

    Visit all the islands from Mara.

    You’ll need to fully upgrade your boat before the full map will be unlocked/available for exploring but that’ll happen naturally as you progress through the game. The fully unlocked Map looks like this:
     

    The majority of these will be discovered through main story quests and the side character's questlines. For that reason, it's best to wait until after you've completed the story to make your way around the Map. Once you've cleared the map of any "??" and have unlocked all areas, the trophy will unlock. 
  • Wake up after the tutorial.

    Story Related

    The Tutorial will consist of roughly 8-9 Quests to complete to Yaya. After you've opened the Guardian Door, she'll tell you to go to bed. When you do, the tutorial will end and a cutscene will play out. When it's done and you wake up, the trophy will unlock. 
     
  • Story Related

    Saimi is located in the Lighthouse on Qälis. You'll be going back and forth to her a lot as you progress through the game. When you meet her the first time, the trophy will unlock. 
  • Story Related.

    After you fix the radio for Saimi, she will task you with traveling South to find Dunna. When you find her, the trophy won't unlock right away. You'll need to bring her one of Yaya's flowers from your home island (they're by the Guardian Door) before she'll actually talk to you. When she finally does, the trophy will unlock. 
  • Beat Ereti in a race.

    Story Related.

    Ereti is the Pirate that patrols around the Qwe Tree and, later on, the Forbidden Outcrop. Her icon is a Green fish and she's the only Pirate who doesn't offer you a personal Questline. Towards the end of the game, you'll need to gather all of the Pirates together to figure out what to do about the Elits. Before you go up against them, you'll need to beat Ereti in a couple of races. She's incredibly easy to win again as your fully upgraded boat is a lot faster than hers, so you shouldn't have any trouble with this. 

    When you win the second race, you'll unlock this trophy and will also win the Shell Chrystalis (required for Crystal shine trophy_bronze.png).
  • Recover all the chrystalis from the Door.

    Story Related

    There are 4 Chrystalis' that you need to collect to complete the game: Coral, Shell, Reef, and Alga. The Shell, Reef, and Alga Chrystalis' are all given to you via Quests but the 4th one, Coral, isn't. This one is associated with Miss you... trophy_bronze.png so please see that trophy for its location. Once you have all 4, you'll have to use them in the Guardian Door on your home island. When you do, the trophy will unlock. 
     
  • Defeat the Elit.

    Story Related

    This will unlock once you've activated the Guardian Door at the end of the game. 
  • Pay the mortgage on your boat.

    While it might seem like Eregan was left out of the "everyone gets a quest-related trophy", this is actually his. Eregan is the banker that you find in Qälis. You can do all of his quests as you progress through the story except for his very last one which can only be picked up and completed after you finish the main story. His final task will be paying off the debt leftover on your ship, which comes out to the hefty tune of 10,000 Coins. At this point, you should be done with everything else, so you can really just sell everything you have on you to get working on it. A good way to make money is to also farm the Silver and Gold nodes on Silver Cay and Gold Cay, respectively, as well as the Strange Metal nodes on Black Volcano. Turning all 3 of these into bars and then selling them will give you a hefty amount of coins in return. The Silver and Gold bars can be sold to Noho and the Strange Bars can be should to Alija. The nodes respawn after a few days so just keep sleeping/grinding/sleeping/grinding, etc, and you should get to 10,000 in easy time. 

    Once you have the 10k, turn it into Eregan and the trophy will unlock. 
  • Remember...

    Story Related

    This trophy is actually associated with the Coral Chrystalis which is required for Crystal shine trophy_bronze.png. It's the only one that's not a Quest reward and can only be picked up after the Tutorial. One your home island, go to the Northern side and up to the Guardian Door. Just to the left of the door, on the ground, is an old dog house:
     

    Interact with the dog house to unlock the trophy and to get the Chrystalis.
  • Get the boat to max level.

    Story Related

    There are two upgrades you'll need to make to your boat before you'll be able to finish the game. One will be through Saimi and the second will be through Dunna. Once you've completed the second upgrade, the trophy will unlock.

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