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Nioh Trophy Guide: How to Get Every Trophy and The Platinum

Trophy Guide – Nioh

Collecting trophies within a PlayStation game has always been a great way to artificially inflate a game’s length while providing unique challenges and objectives for users to strive for. Thankfully, Nioh is no different and appears to be a rather easy Platinum trophy for those willing to see the entire 70+ hour game to the very end. While many of the trophies are either campaign or item collecting based, there are a few that require players to meet certain conditions in order to obtain them. However, if you are looking to fatten up your trophy collection then Nioh should be a relatively easy endeavor when compared to the likes of Dark Souls. This trophy guide includes all the trophies in Nioh, along with what you’ll need to do to get them.

This guide is a work in progress. Be sure to check back as we add even more trophy walkthroughs!


 

  • You Are Nioh – Obtained all trophies
  • A Long Journey Begins – Completed “The Man with the Guardian Spirit”
  • They Call Him Anjin – Completed “Deep in the Shadows”
  • An Agreement Forged – Completed “The Ocean Roars Again”
  • Wandering Spirit – Completed “The Demon of Mount Hiei
  • A Question of Intentions -Met with Tokugawa Ieyasu.
  • Onward to a Decisive Battle – Witnessed Tokugawa’s forces head toward a decisive battle.
  • The Battle Ends – Completed “The Source of Evil.”
  • A True Samurai – Completed “The Samurai from Sawayama.”
  • Freedom Restored – Completed “The Demon King Revealed.”
  • Battle’s End – Completed “The Queen’s Eyes.”
  • Making Rounds – Made two circuits around Japan.
  • Samurai of Legend – Completed all missions.
  • The Beginning of a Samurai – Reach level 10.
  • Full-fledged Samurai – Reach level 100.
  • Ultimate Pro – Reached maximum proficiency with your first weapon.
  • Sword Master – Acquired mystic art for the sword.
  • Dual Sword Master  – Acquired mystic art for the dual swords.
  • Spear Master – Acquired mystic art for the spear.
  • Axe Master – Acquired mystic art for the axe
  • Kusarigama Master – Acquired mystic art for the kusarigama.
  • Ninjutsu Master – Acquired mystic art for Ninjutsu
  • Onmyo Magic Master – Acquired mystic art for Onmyo Magic.
  • Disguiser – Used a disguise.
  • Fashionista – Changed your hair style or beard.
  • Refashion – Changed the appearance of an item.
  • Latest Masterpiece – Forged an item.
  • Legendary Swordsmith – Found Muramasa and brought him in.
  • Regular Smith Customer – Made a total of 60 requests at the blacksmith.
  • Master of Quality – Collected all the best materials.
  • Teamwork – Completed 10 missions with NPC or in the “Yokai Realm with a companion” with other users.
  • Yokai Telepathy – Communicated with a yokai 10 times.
  • Master of Chaos – Confused an enemy for the first time.
  • Twilight Walker – Completed your first Twilight mission.
  • Spa Healer – Bathed in first hot spring.
  • Divine Obtainer – Obtained first divine item.
  • Yokai Quelling Master – Defeated all types of yokai.
  • Spa Lover – Bathed in every hot spring.
  • Gesture Master – Acquired 40 gestures.
  • Kodama Leader – Collected all Kodama.
  • Friend of Guardians – Collected all Guardian Spirits.
  • Dungball Roller – Became Ryunoshin the dung lover’s best friend.
  • Ugly Fellow – Used the mask of an ugly fellow to defeat an enemy.
  • Keeper of the Flame  – Lit all three evil-warding bonfires in Itsukushima.
  • Resurrector of the Hiragumo – Collected all fragments of the Hiragumo teakettle from Shigisan.
  • Nue Slayer – Defeated the Nue of Mount Hiei.
  • End Times  – Defeated Derrick the Executioner.

 

We’ll keep this trophy guide updated as Nioh’s secrets unfurl over the coming weeks. For more Nioh guides, walkthroughs, and tips make sure to check out our ever growing wiki.

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