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  1. Just noticed this randomly today, but my fastest platinum has turned into a generic trophy image with a broken link. Not sure what caused this, but it doesn't seem to be an issue for everyone from a few random profiles I looked at. Image for posterity: Edit: I earned a trophy and it fixed itself. But it also happened to be my 3,500th trophy which was a milestone, so I can't be sure whether earning the trophy or earning the milestone fixed it.
  2. All 73 of mine are below 50%. My most common plat is the Persona 4 Dancing platinum at 38.49%.
  3. I've hit 100% completion a few times, but obviously it comes and goes as I start new games. I've been playing Borderlands 2 with friends for a few months now so I haven't been at 100% in a while. It's most important to me that my profile is filled with games that I want to play. I don't seek out games for their ultra rare trophies. So in that sense, to me a 100% profile filled with tough ultra rares doesn't come off as very genuine, much like a 100% profile with only easy games. Your profile should be a representation of you, not an example of how to make yourself look "impressive" or rise up the leaderboards.
  4. About time I updated! With Gorgeous Vistas - Uncharted: The Lost Legacy One Word Title - Iconoclasts Developed in a Foreign Country - Tales of Vesperia: DE Arcade, Rhythm, or Puzzle - Senran Kagura Bon Appetit
  5. Have you done Meracle's and Bacchus's drops yet? You can get around 8k kills for Arumat while doing those without losing much progress on the drops.
  6. 100% #5 - Iconoclasts


    Solid game from PS+ that's definitely worth checking out if you're into Metroidvanias. It's pretty amazing that it was made by one guy. Only challenging trophy is the one for beating challenge mode, where you die in one hit. But you can increase that to 4 hits which helps a lot. Bosses can be tough at first but their patterns are easy to learn.

  7. @Crispy_Oglop Is there any reason to grind Anthropology drops now? Almost all battle trophies are easier in the postgame, and especially Edge's Anthropology drops as you should combine it with his 30k kills. If you don't want to get 100% BTs, then it's slightly more understandable, but in that case I would definitely skip Edge's drops since you can get to 90% pretty easily without it.
  8. Managed to finish the Pokemon Gen 2 and 3 box sprites with Perler beads!!



    1. Jelloycat


      Man those are awesome! You even did all of the Unknown. :D  

  9. I can definitely relate to this! I was up playing Tales of Vesperia until almost 6am since I knew I was sooooo close to the plat and I was excited to have it done.
  10. With such a vague title, I should define what I mean. When you're playing through a game, do you prefer: The beginning of the game, when everything is new and you usually get a few easy trophies. The mid-late game, when you're firmly entrenched in the game and understand its mechanics. Trophies may be more scarce, but you're at the end of the story. The postgame, when you do whatever you want and can mop up the various trophies you missed in whatever order you desire. The second playthrough, when you understand the game pretty well and are looking to knock out those missables or difficulty trophies. Obviously those sections don't work for every game, so feel free to make up your own stages or talk more generally. And feel free to interpret the question as stage of a game in general. This is a trophy hunting site but it doesn't mean we all pick up every game with the intention to trophy hunt. For me, I love the postgame. I love having all the tools of the game at my disposal and tackling objectives as I see fit, not constrained by the story or missables. It's satisfying for me to be able to complete objectives quickly. For some recent examples for me: yesterday I beat Uncharted: The Lost Legacy's story and I was pumped to have all the chapters available in chapter select to mop up the miscellaneous trophies and collectables. I enjoyed mopping up the map in Hollow Knight and Guacamelee 2 when I got all the abilities. The Tales of Vesperia postgame was great since I was free of the countless missables during the main story. What are your thoughts?
  11. Finished Uncharted: The Lost Legacy last night which was a fun game. Not sure what game I'll start next. I've got Nier: Automata which promises to be great but I'm in the mood for something more mindless.

  12. @Mesopithecus I recommend starting on Galaxy since beating Galaxy unlocks Universe while beating Earth does not. Guides for exact damage battle trophies assume you are playing on Galaxy as well, so that will make those easier. While Earth is easier, it's not easy enough to the point where you will save significant time due to the lower enemy stats. It's rated that high because of the time investment and how easy it is to miss stuff. In terms of actual difficulty it's like 3/10, with maybe 6/10 for the one battle trophy for beating the Ethereal Queen in under 10 minutes with Lymle.
  13. Haven't played games much since I got the ToV plat as I've continued to work on making Pokemon Gen 2 with Perler beads. Check out my progress as of last week! I finished the Unown after the first pic. Switch is for scale.





  14. Similar to what @Rick_Sanchez said, monster data is tied to the Ethereal Queen as well. Though that one is not as big a deal as monster data carries across saves. Quests are also linked to the second bonus dungeon, as you need to get roughly halfway through the Wandering Dungeon to complete the final shop orders. Treasure chests only requires almost finishing the first bonus dungeon, the Cave of the Seven Stars, but it's a bit of waste doing it if you're not going to continue on to the Wandering Dungeon. There's enough overlapping elements of the various trophies that it's significantly more efficient to do everything in one playthrough, whether that's your first or second. The endings are the main exception. I forgot to mention it earlier, but my efficiency guide was originally for the Xbox 360 version and there are some minor differences between it and the PS3/PS4 version. Most notably, a few treasure chests were added, the chest containing Arumat's Dragon Roar now requires the Water Ring instead of the Darkness Ring, the factor overflow trick was fixed (so you can't level up or grind Fol as fast), and the hidden Blue Rose harvest point on EN II has moved.