- Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Trophy Difficulty Rating)
Total Trophies: 21
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- Offline: 19
- Online: 2
- Approximate amount of time to 100%: 25-35 (Estimated Time to 100%)
Minimum number of playthroughs needed:
- 5 Campaign Series along with Reverse Duels
- 98 Duelist Challenges
- 1 Ranked Match Win
- 1 Unranked Player Match Win
- 1 Battle Pack Win
- Number of missable trophies: None
Glitched trophies: There have been reported glitched trophies not unlocking when requirements are met
- Casual Duelist
- Do cheat codes disable trophies?: None
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: There is no difficulty setting for this game.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist is a card game simulator developed and released by Konami. It's also the very first Yu-Gi-Oh! video game available for the PS4. Players can relive the duels against Yu-Gi-Oh! characters from the past and present from the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series up to Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL. You can also compete against other players online with your custom deck or challenge other players in Battle Pack Draft and Sealed Play Duels.
Trophy wise, if you're experienced with Yu-Gi-Oh! and are up-to-date with the current rules as of the April 1st, 2016 Banlist rulings, this game should be easy for you. For newcomers who are new to the series and TCG (Trading Card Game), it'll be a simple task of learning how to play the game. Thankfully, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Series has always included a step by step Tutorial in all their video games. Taking the time to read or watch the Tutorial videos will enable you to learn how to play in no time at all.
Use this link to search for cards in booster packs: Legacy of the Duelist - Card Search
Before we begin with the main Trophy Guide and Roadmap, this game is about two players Dueling each other using a variety of Monsters, Spells, and Trap Cards to defeat their opponents and be the first Duelist to drop the other's Life Points down to zero. It's highly important that you learn or know how to play the game correctly before proceeding. You should read the Official Rulebook before playing, especially if you're new to the game. Even if you're a veteran player there have been many changes over the last few years that dramatically changed the game's gameplay. By understanding these rules, you'll be making the best use of your cards and making less misplays. Click here for the Official Rulebook version 8.0.
In Game Tutorials: All Tutorial duels and in game Tutorial Videos do not unlock trophies and they also don't count towards any trophies' unlocking.
Pre-Made Structure Decks: These are pre-made Decks for new players to get you started with the game. There are a total of 5 Structure Decks and they can make obtaining certain trophies much easier:
- Basic Structure Deck
- Fusion Structure Deck
- Synchro Structure Deck
- Xyz Structure Deck
- Pendulum Structure Deck
DLC Add-Ons: DLC Add-Ons aren't needed in order to get 100%. They're completely optional and only give you pre-constructed decks and new additional duels in the Campaign and Challenge Modes.
Autoskip Effect Dialog Prompts: These are found in the "Help & Options" menu under "Settings". What they do is make the gameplay less annoying with prompts or turn the settings into Pro. Personally, I recommend just playing on "Simple".
- Default: Computer warns you for all prompts. Hold to auto-skip prompts. Press to check field.
- Pro: Computer doesn't warn you at all about prompts. Hold to show prompts. Press to check field.
- Simple: Computer decides when to auto-skip. Hold to show prompts. Press to check field.
Traditional Format: Traditional Format is basically players using "Forbidden" cards. The game allows you to use Forbidden cards in Single Player Modes only, but you must use Advanced Format in the Multiplayer Modes. Advanced Format is where you can only use cards that are not on the current Banlist which is the April 1st, 2016 Banlist for this game.
How to get Cards Fast: I could type an essay about this, but there is no need when this video pretty much explains everything perfectly about how to obtain cards in the most efficient ways possible.
Step 1: Complete Each Yu-Gi-Oh! Series and Reverse Duel All the Series Characters + Misc. Trophies
This is the first step where you’ll need to complete the following Series Campaigns:
- Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
- Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s
- Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL
- Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V
You can complete the Campaigns in any order that you wish. While dueling you'll be winning new cards, unlocking new Deck Recipes, Reverse Duels, Deck Avatars, and earning Victory Duel Points. All of these things are need for 100% completion. The Campaign Story Duels can all be completed with either the following:
- Story Decks - Decks used by the series characters. Also known as historic decks
- User Decks - Your own custom made deck.
Either option will get the job done, but it's better to use your own Custom Deck Recipe because you'll win duels much faster. Build your favorite deck or strengthen your deck(s) as you win duels. Reverse Duels are Duels where you duel against the main protagonist by pressing the button when you see this symbol:
- Indicates a Reverse duel is now available.
Reverse Duels are necessary because they'll unlock the remaining Avatars and Challenge Duelists that you're still missing. While on this step you should also be going after the miscellaneous trophies. These trophies are things that happen while you're dueling and are cumulative. These things include performing a Tribute/Fusion/Xyz/Synchro/Pendulum Summon, dealing a certain amount of Direct/Effect/Reflective Damage, Chaining 100 times, building 5 custom decks, and winning a duel by gathering Exodia in your hand.
Completing this step will unlock the following trophies:
King of the Games
High Five the Sky
The Duelist Begins
Step 2: Win Against All Duelist Challenges
Duelist Challenges are simply an elite historic version of Yu-Gi-Oh! duelists. For example, these characters were known to use an old school themed machine/dinosaur/insect deck, but now they've been updated to modern standards:
- Bandit Keith - Now uses a Pendulum Scrap Deck
- Rex Raptor - Now uses an Evolsaur archetype Deck
- Weevil Underwood - Now uses an Inzektor archetype Deck
This step is still very easy if you're using your own Custom Build Deck(s). The A.I. doesn't completely play like a human being, but sometimes they can be very cheap and easily defeat you because the A.I. Duelist had a very good starting Hand. This step will be the most time consuming step that you'll be doing. If you need to strengthen your deck more, then do so by Surrendering duels to obtain more Victory Points in order to buy more cards from the Card Shop. Surrendering in a duel simply means to forfeit a Duel to the opponent, allowing them to automatically win the Duel.
Completing this step will unlock the following trophy:
Step 3: Multiplayer and Battle Pack Modes
This step is pretty basic and all you need to do is complete the 2 online Multiplayer trophies and win 1 duel in a Battle Pack. In Multiplayer you simply need to win 1 Ranked and 1 Unranked Duel. It's as simple as that and can even be boosted by having your boosting partner Surrender the duel. Battle Pack is a new feature that enables you to play in either Sealed or Draft Play against the A.I. or against other players online. This step will take you no more than a few minutes to complete and if you need a boosting partner, then you can use the Trophy Boosting Thread to find a partner.
Completing this step will unlock the following trophies:
Playing For Real
[PST would like to thank Blaze Naruto Shippuden for this Roadmap]