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  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 7/10
  • Offline trophies: 47 (34, 10, 2, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 80-145 hrs
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0 (all trophy-related missions are replayable
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No Cheats available

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INTRODUÇÃO

Welcome to Nioh, the long awaited PS4 exclusive from Team Ninja who developed the brutal and hardcore Ninja Gaiden series. Nioh borrows rpg and stamina management elements from the Dark Souls/Bloodborne games, similar loot system from the Diablo series, and many combat elements from the Ninja Gaiden series. The combination of these gameplay elements has led to a successful bout for this game, and looks to be a return to form for Team Ninja! Now give us a proper Ninja Gaiden sequel!

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PASSO A PASSO

Step 1: Beat All Missions + Find Collectibles (Kodamas & Hotsprings)

Welcome to the Nioh Trophy Guide. First you should focus on beating the story. You can collect all Kodamas and Hotsprings along the way. Kodamas are little green men scattered around all main missions and some side missions. Hotsprings are pools of water that you can bathe in. You can keep track of everything by pressing Touchpad > Titles > Gameplay Record.

The story consists of 6 regions, all of which have a bunch of main & side quests. You must complete the side quests too! Samurai of Legend requires you to beat all missions, including Twilight Missions. Side missions give some of the best rewards (Spirits, Gestures and Collectibles) and you should do them as soon as possible. Twilight Missions are very hard — do the low level ones when you see them and keep the hard ones for later.

Play the game however you want with whatever weapon you like. A large portion of trophies unlock without trying, and many things go hand in hand with side missions and completion based tasks (e.g. getting all Spirits is from doing all main & side missions). Some of the endgame side quests are extremely challenging because you must fight two bosses at the same time. You cannot play these missions in co-op until both players have beaten them solo. Normally those would be a 10/10 in difficulty but there is an exploit available to beat them very easily, no skill required. See Samurai of Legend for more info on how to beat these missions.

Very important to note, as of Patch 1.03 this exploit has been heavily nerfed!

So if you’d like to use this exploit, do not update to patch 1.03. If for instance you update to patch 1.03, and would like to use this exploit, you will have to delete and reinstall the game without the patch. Also you must start a new game on a new save file, as save files are linked to the most recent patches. Digital owners are out of luck as the game comes downloaded with the patch. Still I have provided videos on how to beat the bosses without the living weapon exploit, for those that want to do it the hard way.

Important: Always sell the gear you don’t need (at the blacksmith). Do not throw it away and do not trade it for Amrita at shrines. Only disassemble what you must. You need a total of 20 million money for the trophy “Regular Smith Customer” so better start saving early. Also make the “Sell Price Markup” request as soon as possible. While at the blacksmith press Triangle-Button (Dialogue) > I have a request. This will give you more money when selling items. To make requests you must get patronage levels. You get patronage levels by spending more money at the blacksmith.

You can also follow these YouTube Playlists for Trophies, Collectibles and Boss Fights

In this Step, you should unlock:

A Long Journey Begins
They Call him Anjin
An Agreement Forged
Wandering Spirit
A Question of Intentions
Onward to a Decisive Battle
The Battle Ends
A True Samurai
Freedom Restored
Battle’s End
Making Rounds
Divine Obtainer
Legendary Swordsmith
Twilight Walker
Samurai of Legend
The Beginning of a Samurai
Spa Healer
Spa Lover
Gesture Master
Kodama Leader
Friend of Guardians
Yokai Quelling Master

Step 2: Mystic Arts

After finishing the story, you will get access to New Game+. Missions now have a higher level and drop divine items (legendary gear). This makes leveling weapon proficiency a lot faster. To earn the mystic arts you need 500,000 proficiency with all 5 weapons (sword, dual swords, spear, axe, kusarigama). This will then unlock new dojo missions. Completing the dojo mission tied to your weapon unlocks the mystic art. Now purchase it to earn the trophy.

To get the mystic arts for magic / ninjutsu you need 20 attribute points invested in magic / dexterity. You can reset your skill points via a book of reincarnation (purchased at blacksmith). Then put your points into those two attributes, do the missions, buy mystic arts and reset attributes again.

Proficiency is earned whenever you damage an enemy. Higher level enemies give a significant boost in proficiency. The mission level works as a multiplier, so pick a very high level mission. A good place to farm is the first main mission “Isle of Demons” (level 180). Either farm the normal mobs or keep replaying the Onryoki boss and let him kill you. It will take 30 minutes to max out a single weapon and little over 2 hours for all of them.

In this step, you should unlock:

Sword Master
Dual Sword Master
Spear Master
Axe Master
Kusarigama Master
Ninjutsu Master
Onmyo Magic Master

Step 3: Regular Smith Customer & Master of Quality

Regular Smith Customer requires you to make 60 requests at the blacksmith. This is based on how much money you’ve spent at the blacksmith. The more you spend, the more “patronage levels” you earn. While at the blacksmith press (Dialogue) > I have a request. These requests include reduced prices (e.g. Sell Price Markup, Purchase Price Discount…). You need to exchange patronage levels for requests 60 times!

Master of Quality requires you to find all highest quality materials. A lot of them are from twilight missions. Once you have divine gear and a high level character these missions get a lot easier. Before selecting a mission it tells you what material can be earned from it. Many other rare materials are obtained from disassembling gear and as mission rewards, some dropped by bosses. After the story you’ll already have the majority of materials, as they are automatic mission rewards.

In this step, you should unlock:

Master of Quality
Regular Smith Customer

Step 4: Mop-Up

Now is the time to mop up any miscellaneous trophies you may have left. The miscellaneous trophies are relatively quick and easy. You may have unlocked them in earlier steps if you kept track of them, or randomly by playing the game. See each trophy for more information.

In this step, you should unlock the rest of the trophies along with the Platinum!

Full Fledged Samurai
Ultimate Pro
Fashionista
Latest Masterpiece
Teamwork
Yokai Telepathy
Master of Chaos
Disguiser
Refashion
Dungball Roller
Ugly Fellow
Keeper of the Flame
Ressurector of Hiragumo
Nue Slayer
End Times
You are Nioh

GUIA DE TROFÉUS

You Are Nioh
Obtained all trophies.

Unlock all other trophies to earn the platinum (DLC not required).

Samurai of Legend
Completed all missions.

Complete all Main Missions, Side Missions, Dojo training missions, and Twilight Missions. New Game+ missions (Way of the Strong difficulty) are not required. Side missions are unlocked automatically when you beat main missions. Some side missions are part of a quest line so you must beat the previous quest first. Only one side mission is hidden – after doing the mystic art dojo missions, you’ll get a new sub mission in Omi region in which you must kill some monsters and a Nue boss with an NPC friend.

Twilight Missions show up randomly on the left side of the world map. They have a red eye symbol. These missions change periodically, each day at 7AM CET / 6AM GMT / 1AM ET / 11PM PT. Twilight Missions that you already completed have a red checkmark when you scroll over them. These missions are very hard, so you may want to do them after finishing the story when you have access to divine items. The low-level ones you should do as soon as they become available, to reduce waiting times. You can check your progress by pressing Touchpad > Titles > Gameplay Record > Other > Mission achievement rate (%).

List of Twilight Missions (mission level in brackets):

The Blessed Village (15)
An Ominous Cavern (20)
The Squirming Sprite (30)
Foreboding Seas (49)
The Best and the Worst (75)
The Bleeding Spider Lily (90)
Where Dark Forces Gather (100)
Bearer of Ill Tidings (125)
Evil in the Ether (145)

*There are reports of the trophy popping after only 6 Twilight Missions.

The two hardest missions are the end game side missions “A Meeting on the Other Shore” and “The Two Kings: Nioh”. Here you have to fight two bosses at the same time. There is a very easy trick however (nerfed by Patch 1.03)! Use Soulstones (via quick item slot) to power up your living weapon. When the living weapon runs out use 1-2 soulstones to power it up again and repeat. While the living weapon is active you cannot take any damage. So you are invincible, but also deal heavy elemental damage. Use the spear for AOE damage. Note – save all amrita soul stones for these two fights. You can farm amrita in many ways, but farming for amrita soul stones are a bit harder.

The Two Kings: Nioh

With Living Weapon exploit:

For those that have installed patch 1.03, here is the mission without the living weapon exploit:

A Meeting on the Other Shore

With Living Weapon exploit:

For those that have installed patch 1.03, here is the mission without the living weapon exploit:

The Beginning of a Samurai
Reached level 10.

See Full-fledged Samurai.

Full-fledged Samurai
Reached level 100.

Killing enemies and completing missions gives you amrita. This amrita can be traded for level ups at shrines. By the end of the story, you should reach level 100 easily. If you are still a few levels short go do some New Game+ missions, as they give huge XP rewards.

Ultimate Pro
Reached maximum proficiency with your first weapon.

The maximum proficiency score is 999,999. Your proficiency increases every time you hurt an enemy. Even if your weapon’s familiarity is at maximum (e.g. 900/900), it will keep counting additional proficiency points in the background. So you do not have to switch weapons after one is maxed out. If you stick to a single weapon type, you should unlock this at about 50% campaign completion. Just stick to one weapon type and it’ll come automatically in your playthrough.

You can see your proficiency for each weapon type in the additional stats. While on the player stats press to view additional stats for proficiency. Some weapons and accessories provide bonuses on proficiency so you can max them out quicker.

The fastest way to farm proficiency is in New Game+. Missions will now have a higher level and drop divine items (legendary gear). This makes leveling weapon proficiency a lot faster. Higher level enemies give a significant boost in proficiency. The mission level works as a multiplier, so pick a very high level mission. A good place to farm is the first main mission “Isle of Demons” (level 180 in New Game+). Either farm the normal mobs or keep replaying the Onryoki boss, but let him kill you before his health reaches zero.

Sword Master
Acquired mystic art for the sword.

See Kusarigama Master.

Dual Sword Master
Acquired mystic art for the dual swords.

See Kusarigama Master.

Spear Master
Acquired mystic art for the spear.

See Kusarigama Master.

Axe Master
Acquired mystic art for the axe.

See Kusarigama Master.

Kusarigama Master
Acquired mystic art for the kusarigama.

This is only possible after completing main mission “Immortal Flame” in the Sekigahara Region (fifth region). Completing that mission will unlock new missions in the dojo for obtaining the weapon based mystic arts. You need 500,000 proficiency with each weapon type to unlock the mystic art for it. After getting half a million proficiency points, the dojo mission unlocks. Complete the mission and then buy the mystic art using skill points.

You can see your proficiency for each weapon type in the additional stats. While on the player stats, press to view additional stats for proficiency. Some weapons and accessories provide bonuses on proficiency so you can max them out quicker.

The maximum proficiency score is 999,999. Your proficiency increases every time you hurt an enemy. Even if your weapon’s familiarity is at maximum (e.g. 900/900) it will keep counting additional proficiency points in the background. So you do not have to switch weapons after one is maxed out. Any proficiency you gain before unlocking the mystic art dojo missions does count to your proficiency, too.

The fastest way to farm proficiency is in New Game+. Missions will now have a higher level and drop divine items (legendary gear). This makes leveling weapon proficiency a lot faster. Higher level enemies give a significant boost in proficiency. The mission level works as a multiplier so pick a very high level mission. A good place to farm is the first main mission “Isle of Demons” (level 180 in New Game+). Either farm the normal mobs or keep replaying the Onryoki boss, but let him kill you before his health reaches zero. It will take 30 minutes to max out a weapon, and a little over 2 hours for all of them.

Ninjutsu Master
Acquired mystic art for Ninjutsu.

This is only possible after completing dojo mission “A True Ninja”. To unlock it you need 20 attribute points invested in Dexterity, and have beaten main mission “A Defiled Holy Mountain”.

You must also have completed the Novice, Adept, and Veteran levels of the dojo questline “The Way of the Ninja”. For each quest you need +5 dexterity points (5 dexterity for Novice, 10 for Adept, 15 for Veteran, 20 for A True Ninja). After completing these requirements “A True Ninja” unlocks in the dojo. Beat this mission and the mystic art becomes available for purchase. Then buy it in the skill menu for 5 Ninja Skill Points and the trophy unlocks.

Onmyo Magic Master
Acquired mystic art for Onmyo Magic.

This is only possible after completing dojo mission “A Greater Harmony”. To unlock it you need 20 attribute points invested in Magic and beat main mission “A Defiled Holy Mountain”.

You must also have completed the Novice, Adept, and Veteran levels of the dojo questline “The Way of the Onymo”. For each quest you need +5 magic points (5 magic for Novice, 10 for Adept, 15 for Veteran, 20 for A Greater Harmony). After completing these requirements “A Greater Harmony” unlocks in the dojo. Beat this mission and the mystic art becomes available for purchase. Then buy it in the skill menu for 5 Onmyo Magic Skill Points and the trophy unlocks.

Fashionista
Changed your hair style or beard.

Step 1: Spend a lot of money at the blacksmith (fastest way is to buy the Book of Reincarnation). This will give you patronage points, which you can exchange for unlocks at the blacksmith.

Step 2: Press to talk to Tome at the blacksmith (while in the blacksmith menu). Select “I have a request for Tome” and then “Unlock Barber Menu”.

You’ll be using the blacksmith quite a lot over the course of the game. All money you spend counts (even forging, reforging etc). Only 1 patronage point is required to unlock the barber menu. Now select a new hair style or beard to earn the trophy.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Latest Masterpiece
Forged an item.

To forge an item go to Blacksmith -> Forge.

You get crafting materials by disassembling gear in your inventory. This can also be done at the blacksmith. Some materials are mission rewards.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Regular Smith Customer
Made a total of 60 requests at the blacksmith.

Requests require patronage levels. Patronage is based on how much money you’ve spent at the blacksmith. The more you spend, the more “patronage levels” you earn. While at the blacksmith press (Dialogue) > I have a request for Tome. These requests include reduced prices (e.g. Sell Price Markup, Purchase Price Discount…). You need to exchange patronage levels for requests 60 times! The requests from master blacksmith Muramasa also count (after unlocking him in side mission “The Trail of the Master”).

Always sell the gear you don’t need (at the blacksmith). Do not throw it away and do not trade it for Amrita at shrines. Only disassemble what you must. Request the “Sell Price Markup” as soon as possible.

You need to spend a total of 20 million money!

Up until 30 requests, every 200,000 you spend gives 1 request point. After that it gradually takes more money per request point. Exhausting all dialogue options from Tome and Muramasa also sometimes gives points. For example, when talking to Muramasa he may ask you a question. Make your dialogue choice and check if you earned any request points from it. This doesn’t always happen. Just try it every now and then. If you only have a few requests left this can be a quick booster without having to farm money. Personally, I got 2 x 2 points by talking to Muramasa repeatedly.

It doesn’t matter on what you spend the money. You can straight up purchase expensive items such as The Book of Reincarnation or invest in forging / soul matching etc. All money spent at the blacksmith counts. It would make the most sense to buy expensive swords or armor and then sell it again to get some cash back. Forging equipment and selling it will also give you some cash back, but the forging price is higher than the selling price (and the item quality is randomized).

Please note: buying back equipment that you sold does not count as money spent, so you can’t trick the game by reselling and rebuying.

Meepy – has suggested a farming method that gives over 100,000 money every few minutes: in New Game+ (after beating all main missions) play the mission “Request for Ginchiyo”. Run past all the enemies and pick up the Old Charm. This only takes 1-2 minutes and you receive over 110k money every time. It’s still a long grind and will take a few hours. The Old Charm is always in a different box hidden around the map so you have to check all of them.

Another good strategy with similar earnings is to farm revenants in New Game+. The mission “The Battle of Ohashi Bridge” works best – it takes place on a bridge and people always die right at the start. They all have divine gear. Each piece of divine gear can be sold for over 10,000 money. Higher level revenants give up to 5 item drops, so 50k money for 10 seconds of work. They are very easy to kill with the spearfall skill (using the spear). It knocks them on the ground, now do one finisher and they are dead. To get the most earnings you should keep your character level low. The more levels the revenants are above you the more items they drop. Reset your skill points but don’t spend all of them. Only get to level 75 with the most crucial attributes for maximized weapon damage. The revenants in New Game+ are mostly level 100+. Now they are 25 levels above you and will always drop 4-5 gear pieces for super quick money. If you put 50 points in Body attribute and use the spear they die in 1 spearfall combo. You may want to back up your save game before resetting your level (PS4 Settings > Application Saved Data Management). Farm the bridge until your inventory is full and then sell it all at the blacksmith. You can press at the blacksmith to auto-sell all items at once.

Update: There seems to be an exploit (with patch 1.02) that allows you to get all request points by talking to Tome and Muramasa over and over again. Just spam on their dialogue. Even after exhausting all dialogue options it should give you another 2-4 points every 5-10 minutes (even when it shows the same dialogue every time). If talking to Tome doesn’t give new points, talk to Muramasa instead (and vice versa). If you don’t get any new points after 10 minutes, play one mission, buy and sell some stuff, repeat. This could very well get patched out in the future but it has worked for several people using patch 1.02. Using this trick you may not need to farm money at all.

Master of Quality
Collected all the best materials.

There are two major ways to get crafting materials: from disassembling equipment at the blacksmith and from mission rewards. Some materials are obtained from Twilight Missions (and you’ll have to play a fair amount). On rare occasions these materials can drop in missions (e.g. Demon Horn from large Yokai Monsters). These materials have purple & green (divine) text color and are listed under “Smithing Materials”.

List of Best Materials:

Disassembly (at Blacksmith):

1. Tamahagane = Katana, Dual Katana, Kusarigama
2. Wood = Spear, Rifle, Bow
3. Ingot = Axe, Handcannon, Foot Armor
4. Lacquer = Head Armor (L/M/H)
5. Leather Cord = Arm Armor (L/M/H)
6. Leather Kozane = Torso Armor (L), Leg Armor (L), Foot Armor (L)
7. Iron Kozane = Torso Armor (M/H), Leg Armor (M/H), Foot Armor (M)
8. Divine Fragment = Divine Gear (any item type)

Mission Rewards & Drops:

9. Demon’s Horn = Dropped by large Yokai Monsters, very common
10. Writhing Tongue = Dropped by Onyudos (large muscular monsters with long tongue, often use tongue to attack)
11. Ogress Claw = Twilight Missions “The Bleeding Spider Lily”, also rarely dropped by Ogress boss on any difficulty
12. Hank of Yokai Hair = Mission Reward / Twilight Mission “An Ominous Cavern”, also rarely dropped by Hino-enma boss and Flying Bolts (white lady ghosts)
13. Bangasa Rib = Mission Reward / Twilight Missions “An Ominous Cavern”
14. Raven Tengu Feather = Mission Reward / Twilight Missions. Also dropped by bird enemies.
15. Spider’s Leg Husk = Dropped by large spider enemies in main mission “Spider Nest Castle” and Joro-Gumo boss (rare drop)
16. Gargantuan Tail Bone = Can be dropped by Gasha-dokuro boss in main mission “The Source of Evil”
17. White Tiger Fur = Twilight Mission “The Best and the Worst”, also rarely dropped by White Tiger boss
18. Umi-bozu’s eyestone = Twilight Mission “Foreboding Seas”, also rarely dropped by Umi-bozu boss
19. Nue’s Claw = Drop from the Nue bosses (appears multiple times throughout the game)
20. Kappa Shell = Dropped by Kappa Turtles with glowing shell (can be farmed in sub mission “Finders, Keepers”, very low drop rate)
21. Great Centipede’s Fang = Dropped by Great Centipede boss in main mission “The Silver Mine Writhes”
22. Orochi Scale = Dropped by Yamata-no-Orochi boss when defeating him a second time (replay main mission “The Demon King Revealed”)

Thanks to NeoElazul and Meepy for helping to complete this list.

Teamwork
Completed 10 missions with NPC or in the “Yokai Realm with a companion” with other users.

You can farm this solo in sub-mission “Greater Demon Hunting” in the Kinki Region. This mission has NPC and you just need to beat it 10 times. Alternatively, the sub-mission “Master of the Twin Blades” (Omi Region) also works really well for this, and personally that’s where I unlocked the trophy. You’ll get this side mission after reaching 500,000 proficiency with dual swords and doing the mystic art dojo mission for it.

If you want to do it in co-op, go to the starting point on world map > Tori Gate > Yokai Realm with companion. Play 10 missions with a co-op partner. If you want to play a private match, set a password in the online options and make sure your friend has the same password. One player clicks Search for Companion, the other Wait for Companion.

Yokai Telepathy
Communicated with a yokai 10 times.

You must use gestures to communicate with Yokai. This works on “Nurikabe” (walls that have eyes and attack you) and “Mujina” (they sometimes come out of boxes and imitate you).

The walls are quicker to farm. The best spot is in the second main mission “Deep in the Shadows”. After entering the cave with the first bat swarm there’s a side room with some enemies and a Nurikabe inside.

You must use a gesture in front of the wall. If you use the right type of gesture the wall will peacefully go away and it counts as a “communication”.

There are blue, yellow and red gestures. It doesn’t matter what gesture you do exactly, it just has to be the correct color. It’s randomized on each playthrough which color is the right one. You have two tries before the wall gets aggressive. I got best results by using yellow and red. Two tries are equal to 66% success rate. If the wall gets aggressive, jump off the nearby cliff or let the enemies kill you. Then run to the wall again and do the third color and it will work 100%.

After the wall has disappeared, quit the mission using the Himorogi Fragment (usable item). Then restart the mission and repeat 10 times! Always do yellow and red (if it fails kill yourself and do blue). This will always work 100%.

If you do this on Mujina, you must imitate the gesture that they do when transforming into your body.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Master of Chaos
Confused an enemy for the first time.

For me this unlocked when combining the water elemental effect + fire elemental effect on one enemy.

One way to do this is to enhance your weapon via water magic and repeatedly attack a large enemy (e.g. Onryoki boss). When the element begins to affect the enemy, activate a living weapon with fire element.

Instead of using a living weapon you can use multiple elemental weapon enhancement (amulets or magic) in a row. In co-op there’s a good chance this will unlock when one player uses a water living weapon, the other a fire living weapon. It’s very likely to unlock naturally without even trying.

Later in the game you often come across flying skulls. Destroying them applies an elemental effect to your weapon. When you fight a large enemy with skulls nearby it may unlock naturally. If you don’t want to bother with this, just play through the story first and see if it unlocks along the way.

Twilight Walker
Completed your first Twilight mission.

From time to time while playing through the campaign you will get text pop ups after missions, saying a new Twilight Mission is available. These missions change periodically, each day at 7AM CET / 6AM GMT / 1AM ET / 11PM PT. They can be selected on the far left of your world map (the hub area from where you select missions). They look like red glowing eyes. Twilight Missions are the same missions you completed earlier, but much harder and with remixed enemy locations. Complete any one of these missions to earn the trophy. If you have trouble going through these missions, do it later when your character is at a higher level.

Spa Healer
Bathed in first hot spring.

See Spa Lover.

Yokai Quelling Master
Defeated all types of yokai.

For a complete list of enemies BELOW

To see which types of Yokai you have defeated, press Touchpad > Titles > Gameplay Record > Small Yokai Defeated. To see pictures of all the enemies press Touchpad > Amrita Memories > Yokai Illustrations.

The Large Yokai Defeated are all automatic story bosses and unmissable. If you play all missions and always clear out all enemies, you will automatically kill each enemy type once. None of them are hidden. If you don’t rush, and kill everything, this comes naturally.

The only rare enemies are Karakasa Umbrella in sub-mission “The Ogress” and Mudman in main mission “The Defiled Castle. The other enemies show up quite frequently throughout the game.

Spa Lover
Bathed in every hot spring.

There are 20 Nioh Hot Spring Locations.

Hot springs replenish your health and give a buff that recovers health over time. They can make a huge difference when used before a boss fight, or when you run out of elixirs they provide a quick way to get back health without having to use a shrine.

Most of them are well-hidden in hard to reach places on the edge of the map. The hot springs are saved instantly after bathing in them. You don’t have to reach the next checkpoint. Remember: anything you’ve missed can be obtained via mission select at any time.

To see your progress press Touchpad – Gameplay Record – Other – Hot Springs discovered (%) / Hot Springs bathed in (amount).

Please note that “Hot Springs discovered” gives only a percentage. “Hot Springs bathed in” gives you the total number of times you used hot springs. If you use the same one multiple times it will increase the amount as well, so this isn’t ideal for tracking (unless you never use the same hot spring more than once).

If for some reason the trophy doesn’t unlock, rush through all missions again. You can collect all of these within 30 minutes if you know the levels well enough. If you’d like to combine it with the run for Kodama Locations, I recommend you get the Kodamas first and then look for the hot spring afterwards. Main missions never have more than one hot spring!

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Gesture Master
Acquired 40 gestures.

Gestures are unlocked as mission completion rewards, but also from miscellaneous tasks, such as giving dungballs to the dung lover in mission “The Defiled Castle”. The easiest way is to buy them from the Hidden Teahouse (unlocked after main mission “Spider Nest Castle”). You can exchange glory for new gestures. Glory is earned by defeating revenants, and by assisting other players in co-op. This is the easiest way to get a lot of glory in the game.

When the game starts you already have a few gestures, and they count towards the 40 total. The rest will come naturally as you complete all missions the game has to offer. By the end of the story you should have this. If not, buy a few more gestures from the Hidden Teahouse and make sure you completed all side quests. You don’t need to search for any gestures, as they are automatic mission rewards.

Kodama Leader
Collected all Kodama.

Nioh has 150 Kodama Collectible Locations. There are 6 regions in the game and each has 25 Kodamas scattered across main- and side missions. As you play through the story, new regions will unlock. The regions are (in this order): Kyushu, Chugoku, Kinki, Tokai, Sekigahara, Omi.

At shrines you can select Kodama Blessings. They are divided into 5 categories: more amrita, more weapon drops, more armor drops, more elixir drops, more material drops.

Each of these blessing categories has 5 Kodamas per region (5 categories x 5 Kodamas = 25 Kodamas per region). The more Kodamas you find the stronger the blessing will become. Your Kodamas reset in every region. When you go to a region, you have to find 25 Kodamas again to earn the blessings. The Kodamas in old regions are still saved but have no effect in new regions.

None of these collectibles are missable. They can all be obtained via mission select at any time (even after beating the story). When you scroll over a mission, it will show how many Kodama you’ve found. To see your total progress press Touchpad – Titles – Gameplay Record – Other – Kodama found (%). Please note this gives only a percentage and not the number of collectibles found.

If you missed a Kodama, don’t worry. A lot of side missions & Twilight Missions take place in the same area and you can find the Kodamas there, too! They are in the same locations.

You can also speedrun the mission quickly and quit out after finding the Kodama (use item “Himorogi Fragment”). All collectibles are saved instantly. You don’t have to reach the next checkpoint and don’t have to pick them up again if you die. You can quit the mission immediately after finding whatever Kodama you’ve missed.

The spirit guardian spirit “Shinka” and “Tengen Kujaku” have an ability called Kodama Sense. Some other items have it too, and it reveals the Kodama locations via green dots on the radar. This can make it a bit easier to locate them.

Region #1: Kyushu

Region #2: Chugoku

Region #3: Kinki

Region #4: Tokai

Region #5: Sekigahara

Region #6: Omi

Friend of Guardians
Collected all Guardian Spirits.

Guardian Spirits are rewards from main and side missions. Simply complete all missions and this will unlock. There are 22 Guardian Spirits in total. The last one is from the Kelley boss at the end of the story.

A Long Journey Begins
Completed “The Man with the Guardian Spirit”.

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Man with the Guardian Spirit”.

They Call Him Anjin
Completed “Deep in the Shadows.”

Automatic story unlock for main mission “Deep in the Shadows.”

An Agreement Forged
Completed “The Ocean Roars Again.”

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Ocean Roars Again.”

Wandering Spirit
Completed “The Demon of Mount Hiei.”

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Demon of Mount Hiei.”

A Question of Intentions
Met with Tokugawa Ieyasu.

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Weight of the World”.

Onward to a Decisive Battle
Witnessed Tokugawa’s forces head toward a decisive battle.

Automatic story unlock after leaving Tokai Region and going to the Sekigahara Region (after main mission “The Defiled Castle”).

The Battle Ends
Completed “The Source of Evil.”

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Source of Evil”.

A True Samurai
Completed “The Samurai from Sawayama.”

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Samurai from Sawayama”.

Freedom Restored
Completed “The Demon King Revealed.”

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Demon King Revealed”.

Battle’s End
Completed “The Queen’s Eyes.”

Automatic story unlock for main mission “Queen’s Eyes”.

Making Rounds
Made two circuits around Japan.

Automatic story unlock for main mission “The Queen’s Eyes”. After this mission, you will get an epilogue cutscene. The trophy will unlock here.

Disguiser
Used a disguise.

Step 1: Beat main mission “Spider Nest Castle” (Kinki Region).

Step 2: Enter hidden Teahouse from Starting Point on the Map (where you also access blacksmith).

Step 3: Select Trade > Transform. Choose a diguise you want to buy.

Step 4: Click “Transform” in Hidden Teahouse. This will overwrite your current outfit. Gear you equip won’t alter the look of the disguise. You need 1300 glory minimum for the cheapest disguise (Hattori Hanzo). You get glory from fighting revenants (the red graves in missions that spawn the ghosts of dead players), and for assisting other players in co-op. You can farm it quickly by replaying low level missions where a lot of players have died. A lot of glory can be earned for helping players finish missions in co-op.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Refashion
Changed the appearance of an item.

To refashion an item go to Blacksmith -> Refashion.

You can give gear in your inventory the appearance of other gear that you have previously found. You can even give light armor the look of heavy armor without changing any stats or equip weight.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Legendary Swordsmith
Found Muramasa and brought him in.

Automatic reward for completing the side mission “The Trail of the Master” in Tokai Region (Level 79).

Divine Obtainer
Obtained first divine item.

At the end of the story, after defeating Yamata-no-Orochi you automatically receive a drop of divine items. Unlike normal gear they have green text color and have better defense and bonus values. They also have a proficiency level like weapons (normal armor does not have this) and they have one additional buff over purple gear. After beating the story you can also play New Game+ where divine gear is a simple reward for mission completion.

Dungball Roller
Became Ryunoshin the dung lover’s best friend.

You meet the dung lover in main mission “The Defiled Castle” (Tokai Region). You must give him 30 dungballs, prompting him to give you his helmet “Horned Turban Kabuto” and unlocking this trophy.

Step 1: At the start of mission “The Defiled Castle” farm the 4 Mudman enemies. They lurk in the water and look like umi-bozus from earlier in the game but in brown color (dirty blobs). They have a ~20% chance of dropping a dungball. After killing all 4 use the shrine to make them respawn and keep farming them until you have 30 dungballs. This can take an hour or so. They can also drop “Noble Dungballs” which are even better and count as multiple normal dungballs.

Step 2: When you have 30 dungballs, head upstairs and talk to the man behind the door (near the second shrine of this mission). Give him your dungballs. You can always give him packs of 5 dungballs. After giving 30, you receive his helmet and the trophy. If you give him noble dungballs, it will reduce the amount of normal dungballs needed. Noble dungballs are totally optional and not absolutely necessary.

Mudmen are weak to fire. Enhance your weapon with fire magic and they will die in 1 hit. You can return to this section via mission select at any time. You will most likely find some noble dungballs randomly as you play through the rest of the story. This will reduce the amount of farming required.

If he doesn’t give you the helmet or stops talking to you, just keep farming mudmen and bring him more dungballs. Yummy!

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Ugly Fellow
Used the mask of an ugly fellow to defeat an enemy.

This trophy requires you to equip a Hyottoko Mask and kill an enemy with it. There are several sure shot ways to get the mask:

1) Mission: The Conspirators (Chugoku Region) – Take it from a corpse in the cave before the end room with the two ninjas. When replaying the mission it respawns.

2) Mission: Wreathed in Flame (Kyushu Region) – Automatic mission completion reward. Replay as often as you want to earn more masks.

3) Hidden Teahouse: Buy it for 220 Glory (the Teahouse unlocks halfway through the campaign after mission “Spider Nest Castle”).

Equip the mask in a shortcut slot, and then weaken an enemy so they die in one hit. It will breathe fire in a 2 meter radius, the enemy has to be close to you. If it kills the enemy you earn the trophy. If the enemy doesn’t die you must get another mask via one of the methods described above.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Keeper of the Flame
Lit all three evil-warding bonfires in Itsukushima.

There are three evil warding bonfire locations in main mission “The Ocean Roars Again” (Chugoku Region). They have the nice side effect that Umi-bozu (boss of this mission) cannot spawn his minions. This makes the boss fight a lot easier.

At the start of the mission, talk to Fuku, the mage near the shrine. She gives you Flint to light the three fires. Now go to all three bonfires and press to interact with them. The bonfires during the boss fight will also be lit after this.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Ressurector of the Hiragumo
Collected all fragments of the Hiragumo teakettle from Shigisan.

There are six fragment locations. You find them all in main mission “Spider Nest Castle” (Kinki Region). Throughout this mission there are huge orange glowing spider webs. The first two are unmissable and must be destroyed to proceed. The other four are hidden around the map. When you get close to the web (or shoot it) a huge spider jumps out. Kill this spider and pick up the purple glowing fragment.

The first two are unmissable, as stated previously. The third is in the spider cave, after dropping through the hole by the house. The fourth is after the spider cave on a watchtower (easiest to miss, shoot it with bow – thanks to Noirlingua). The fifth one is on the hill after opening the gate and reaching third shrine. The sixth is on top of the hill after the burning wheel enemy, before entering the big building.

You can replay this mission at any time. When restarting the mission, you must get all fragments again.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

Nue Slayer
Defeated the Nue of Mount Hiei.

Nue of Mount Hiei is an optional boss in main mission “The Demon of Mount Hiei”. Unlike other bosses, it does not display a health bar at the bottom of the screen. It’s the exact same boss as Nue in the early main mission “The Spirit Stone Slumbers”.

Wait for her to breathe lightning or poison at you. Then quickly dodge to the left of her head (always the left so she can’t hit you!) and attack with quick low stance attacks. While Nue unleashes lightning she is defenseless and will sit around and her belly will glow yellow. This is the moment to attack with a heavy attack to instantly drain her Ki bar. You can then unleash a barrage of attacks or follow up with your Guardian Spirit, and she won’t be able to recover from her downed state. Make sure to dodge quickly after you attack, as she will unleash lightning strikes on your location when she recovers her Ki bar.

Also use the nearby hotspring before the fight for automatic health recovery.

Here is a video guide for the trophy using the spear:

Here is another video for the trophy using dual swords:

End Times
Defeated Derrick the Executioner.

In the last main mission “The Queen’s Eyes” (Omi Region), you can revisit the first boss of the game. He is hidden in a different location this time. At the second shrine of this mission (the one closest to the Derrick boss fight in the Prologue) go downstairs. In the basement you’ll find him.

At this point in the game he is very easy to kill. Stay far away so he uses a dash attack. Then dodge to the side and attack for 3 seconds. Dodge away after 3 seconds because he will turn around and hit you otherwise. Repeat the process a few times. Wait for him to dash, dodge to side, attack 2-3 times, dodge away, repeat.

Here is a video guide for the trophy:

 

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