Kingdom Hearts 3 Trophy Roadmap
- Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 40-50 Hours
- Offline Trophies: 46 (1, 2, 3, 32)
- Online Trophies: 0
- Number of missable trophies: 0 (you can do everything after the story in free roam)
- Glitched trophies: 0
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, can do everything on easy.
- Minimum Playthroughs: 1
Welcome to the Kingdom Hearts 3 Trophy Guide! This is going to be a relaxed platinum without many restrictions. The trophy list is geared towards 100% completion and doesn’t enforce any difficulty-related tasks. Play on whatever difficulty you prefer. There is also free-roam after the story, nothing is missable. You can expect 358 Collectibles (245 Treasures, 90 Lucky Emblems, 23 Classic Kingdom Games) and also 81 Adversaries (enemy types), 9 Star Constellations, and a whole lot of cooking ingredients and synthesis (crafting) materials. These numbers may sound daunting but you can clear a world with 50 collectibles in about 20 minutes when following the Collectible Guide because everything is so close together and easy to reach. You can keep track of everything in the gummi phone which unlocks after beating the first planet. Getting all 358 Collectibles will only take 2 hours with the Kingdom Hearts 3 Collectible Guide.
Step 1: Play through the Story on Any Difficulty, Defeat All types of Enemies you encounter
The first step is simple: just enjoy the game on any difficulty. The only thing to look out for are the adversaries (every unique type of enemy). As you play through the story, don’t just run past half the enemies. Try to be thorough and kill one of each type because it’s needed for trophy “Know Thine Enemy“. There are no difficulty-related trophies and no in-game record for proud difficulty (as was the case in previous games, but not this time). If you want to play on proud, that’s cool. If you want to play on easy, that’s cool too. Choose what feels right – obviously the trophies are easiest on the lowest difficulty. The only difference is that on proud you need fewer Lucky Emblems to unlock the Secret Ending, but we have to find them all anyway for a trophy.
The reason Collectibles are not included in Step 1 is because you can’t get 100% in most worlds on the first playthrough. That’s because some areas are inaccessible on the first visit. After finishing a world everything in it becomes accessible. So if you want, you can replay them right away for the collectibles. You could also follow along the Collectible Guide and get what you can, then do a quick replay to grab the ones you couldn’t access the first time. Or just do it in Step 2. Up to you, however you prefer it!
After seeing the game ending you’ll be asked if you want to save the game. Choose Yes and make a new manual save. This one will have a golden crown icon in your saves list. When you reload this, it will put you back before the final boss and you can keep exploring everything in free roam. Nothing is missable. Battle Portals unlock after the story, too (which contains some new endgame adversaries).
Step 2: Collectibles (Treasures, Lucky Emblems, Classic Kingdom Games, Constellations)
Now that you have beaten the game you have full access to all worlds. If you didn’t replay worlds for Collectibles already, now is the time to do it.
Refer to these guides:
- Kingdom Hearts 3 Collectible Locations Guide (Treasures, Lucky Emblems, Classic Kingdom Games)
- Kingdom Hearts 3 Constellation Locations Guide
Treasures are simply boxes that contain items. Lucky Emblems are Mickey Mouse icons that you must take photos of. Classic Kingdom Games are minigames contained inside Treasure Chests and found in some other places. The Constellations are in outer space, where you fly around in your space ship. After getting all Classic Kingdom Games, be sure to get Highscores on them for trophy “Classically Trained”.
Step 3: Minigame Trophies & Flantastic Seven
Tackle the 4 Minigame-related trophies: Centurion, Festive Dancer, Shield Shredder, Datascraper. Also do the minigames of the Flantastic Seven, see trophy “Flanmeister” for their locations. They were unavailable in the first playthrough but are now unlocked. The hardest thing is the 2nd Flash Tracer Course for Datascraper. Because you must kill lots of enemies quickly, it’s reliant on a high level and good gear. If you have trouble, postpone this until you’re level 99.
Step 4: Schwarzgeist Boss, Gummi Ship Treasures
A small portion of trophies focuses on your Gummi Ship, the space ship you use to navigate the galaxies between planets. In order to challenge the Schwarzgeist boss you need a ship with 200 Speed. The Schwarzgeist is in the Misty Stream Galaxy. He sits in a big green tornado at the center of the galaxy. See trophy “Thermosphere“. After defeating this boss you earn the most powerful ship “Golden Highwind” which will make getting 20 Treasures for the “Salvager” trophy much easier. You earn treasures by defeating gummi ship enemies with A-Rank. The Golden Highwind ship is totally overpowered and guarantees A-Ranks (thus the treasures) on all encounters.
Step 5: Ingredients, Get ‘Excellent’ in all types of Cuisine
You must find all ingredients (Cornucopia trophy) and use them to prepare meals at the Bistro of Twilight Town. Get an “Excellent” score on every type of dish for trophy Master Chef.
Step 6: Ultima Weapon & Synthesist Trophy
To unlock the Ultima Weapon Recipe you need to have found 58 types of synthesis materials, which by this point you will have from all the treasures. The tricky part in crafting it is that you need 7 Orichalcum+ which are the hardest items to get in the game. Refer to trophy Ultima Weapon. You must also synthesize every unique item for trophy Synthesist. This requires a lot of materials which you should have from treasures, but they are also dropped by enemies and from destroying space rocks with the gummi ship.
Step 7: Level 99 & Mop-Up
Odds are you’re already level 99 by now, but if not you can grind out the levels in Battle Gates. The one in Twilight Town at the Mansion fast travel point is really good for farming XP and can be repeated infinitely (gives you around 20,000 XP per minute). If you have any other trophies left, go mop them up now. The only thing left may be the 2nd Flash Tracer Course which is challenging on lower levels. At level 99 it will be much easier to do.
Useful Tips, Tricks and Guides:
- Kingdom Hearts 3 Wiki & Strategy Guide
- Kingdom Hearts 3 Collectibles Guide
- Kingdom Hearts 3 Collectible Playlist (YouTube)
Kingdom Hearts 3 Trophy Guide
|KINGDOM HEARTS III Complete Master
Unlock all other trophies.
|Earn all other trophies in Kingdom Hearts 3 to unlock Platinum (DLC not required).|
|A New Journey
Begin your brand new adventure.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after playing the tutorial.|
|Clash of the Gods
Adventure through Olympus and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 1st world.|
|A Wish at Twilight
Adventure through Twilight Town and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 2nd world.|
Adventure through Toy Box and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 3rd world.|
|Happily Ever After
Adventure through the Kingdom of Corona and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 4th world.|
|The Power of Laughter
Adventure through Monstropolis and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 5th world.|
|An Act of True Love
Adventure through Arendelle and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 6th world.|
|Way of the Pirate
Adventure through The Caribbean and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 7th world.|
|Making a Difference
Adventure through San Fransokyo and complete the story.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed. You earn this after finishing the 8th world.|
Adventure through the Hundred Acre Wood and complete the story.
Hundred Acre Wood is an optional world. You can visit it at any time after having finished the world “Monstropolis” by going to the Bistro in “Twilight Town”. There you meet Merlin and he gives you a magic book that teleports you to the Hundred Acre World. It’s a very small world that only consists of 3 minigames. After beating those you get this trophy.
|The Hearts Joined to His
Gather the seven guardians of light.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed.|
|No Matter What
Reunite with Kairi.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed.|
|The Battle to End All
Begin the final confrontation with Master Xehanort.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed (start final encounter with endboss, difficulty setting doesn’t matter).|
|Another Chapter Closed
Finish the game and view the ending.
|Automatic story trophy, cannot be missed (saw the ending after endboss).|
Complete the Lucky Emblems section of the Gummiphone.
|» Kingdom Hearts 3 All Collectible Locations Guide|
|Know Thine Enemy
Complete the Adversaries section of the Gummiphone.
|» Kingdom Hearts 3 All Adversaries Locations|
|No Stone Unturned
Complete the Treasures section of the Gummiphone.
|» Kingdom Hearts 3 All Collectible Locations Guide|
Complete the Synthesis section of the Gummiphone.
|To complete the Synthesis Section you need to synthesize every unique item available in the Moogle Shop at least one time (including Ultima weapon). This will probably be your last trophy in the game because you need to farm a lot of materials to synthesize (craft) everything. Materials can be farmed by shooting space rocks and are dropped by enemies. You also find lots of them from Treasure Chests which you must find for the “No Stone Unturned” trophy anyway.
There are 88 synthesis items in total. You must first unlock their blueprints. 20 Blueprints are unlocked by doing the 20 Moogle Photo Missions (found at any Moogle Shop). The other 68 come from collecting at least 58 different Synthesis Materials. You can check the progress on those in the Moogle Shop > Workshop > Collector’s Goals.
To get the trophy you need an orange mickey mouse checkmark on the “Synthesis” section of the Gummiphone.
For a list of all 88 Synthesis Items and their Unlock Requirements, as well as the 20 Moogle Photo Missions, check out the two guides linked below:
|One for the Books
Complete the Game Records section of the Gummiphone.
|The Game Records section is found in the bottom right of the gummi phone. It tracks some combat-related feats and Minigames. You need to get a Mickey Mouse icon on each category for it to count as completed.|
|Tall Enough to Ride
Use an attraction to defeat enemies for the first time.
You unlock the ability to use attractions during the first world “Olympus”. During combat you will see attractions (among other moves) become available on the left side of the screen and showing you the button prompt to activate. Do this when available and kill an enemy with it. Just using the move isn’t enough, it has to actively kill an enemy. It also doesn’t count if a teammate finishes the enemy, it has to be your doing.
Don’t confuse attractions with second form and other special moves. The attractions are big vehicles you can summon, including:
Use a link to defeat enemies for the first time.
|You unlock the Link ability at the start of the second world “Twilight Town”. You will get a tutorial for it. Press to select “Link” from your ability list to cast it. You must kill an enemy with it to pop the trophy. For example, the first link ability you obtain is called “Meow Pow Balloon” and will net you this trophy.|
Cast grand magic for the first time.
|Grand magic is unlocked during the first world “Olympus”. During battle, when using the same magic attack repeatedly you will see purple moves come up on the left side that can be activated with . For example “Waterza” is a Grand Magic move that unlocks this trophy. See the image below of what a Grand Magic move looks like on the screen.
Unlike attractions, team moves, and second form moves which are green, the Grand Magic moves are purple. What makes this slightly tricky is that you must kill an enemy with such a move. Sounds easy enough, but these moves are rarer to trigger than others and often times when you have a low health enemy your teammates will kill them. One way to remedy this is to go to the Customize Menu, select your friends, put combat style to “Hands Off”. However, most likely you will get this from natural gameplay. It took me until the San Fransokyo world (which is near the end of the game) to unlock this. If you don’t unlock the trophy with a Grand Magic you probably didn’t kill an enemy with it. To make the prompt show up use the same type of magic repeatedly on enemies.
Defeat 1,000 enemies.
|Self-explanatory, will come automatically on your way to level 99.|
Defeat 3,000 enemies.
|Self-explanatory, will come automatically on your way to level 99.|
Defeat 5,000 enemies.
|Self-explanatory, will come automatically on your way to level 99.|
Complete all of the Flantastic Seven missions.
The Flantastic Seven are green blob-like creatures with fruits on their heads. There are 7 of them in total, each in a different world. They only spawn after having beaten the world where they live. So on the first playthrough they won’t be there, they can only be encountered on replay. As soon as you finished the world where they live, you can replay it to find this creature. The image below shows what they look like.
The Flantastic Seven give you little minigames / missions. For this trophy you just need to complete them once with any score (you can fail immediately if you want). You don’t need to get a highscore and they don’t have to give you a reward for the trophy to unlock. However, if you get a highscore they give you their fruits, which are needed for All Ingredients (Cornucopia trophy) and All Recipes (Master Chef trophy). Since getting their fruits is mandatory for other trophies you should go at least for a high enough score to get one fruit as a reward.
See the link below for their locations and missions.
Use the gummi ship to obtain 20 unique treasures.
|As you advance the story you will reach 3 different galaxies. They are the hub areas that connect the different worlds. You can fly around in space with your gummi ship (space ship).
To see the list of treasures: while flying on your gummi ship press Options-Button > Information > Treasures.
You earn treasures from finishing enemy encounters with an A-Rank using your gummi ship. In the rewards screen you will earn the treasure (one per encounter) which has a red gummi ship icon. They will then be added to the treasure list. There are 36 treasures in total but you only need 20. Getting an A-Rank is all about defeating the enemies as quickly as possible. While this may seem hard at first, it’s actually really easy once you’ve defeated the Schwarzgeist (Thermosphere trophy). That’s because defeating the Schwarzgeist unlock the “Golden Highwind” Ship which is insanely overpowered and will make the A-Ranks super easy.
After defeating Schwarzgeist you can equip the Golden Highwind. In the Embark screen go to Setup > Main Ship > 2 x > Golden Highwind. Then just go through each galaxy and fly to the enemies marked in red and defeat them all as quickly as possible. Repeat this with all enemies in a galaxy until you got the treasures there. Then move on to the next galaxy.
The first galaxy has 10 treasures, the second galaxy has 20, the third galaxy has 6 treasures.
Use the gummi ship to find and photograph all the constellations.
|» Kingdom Hearts 3 All Constellation Photograph Locations|
Destroy the Schwarzgeist, menace of the Ocean Between.
The Schwarzgeist is found in the second galaxy “Misty Stream”. It’s hidden inside the big green tornado in the center of the galaxy. This is the space area where you fly around in your gummi ship. The Schwarzgeist is a big spaceship that you must bring down using your gummi ship. The trouble is, when you try to fly into the tornado it will probably tell you that your ship is not fast enough to infiltrate. You need a gummi ship with at least 200 Speed.
The easiest option if you don’t want to mess with the Gummi Editor is to use the Ship “Endymion” which is unlocked by photographing the Endymion Constellation in Misty Stream (see trophy “Stargazer” to unlock it). After you photographed the constellation you press Options-Button > Information > Gummi Missions to redeem the ship. Now you can go back to the World Map > go to Embark Screen > Setup > Main Ship > 2 x > Endymion.
This ship has 200 Speed by default and it’s available as soon as you reach Misty Stream galaxy. With it you can challenge the Schwarzgeist right away.
Alternatively, if you’re playing on Proud difficulty it’s better to build your own Gummi Ship. You can go to the Gummi Shop and buy blueprints for better ships. Also go to the Gummi Editor and install Movement Gummis such as Rockets that increase the speed. It’s more complicated this way but lets you build a custom ship.
Now to the actual boss fight: Be sure to equip the Special Weapon “Repair Kit” (during Embark Screen). It lets you heal your ship every 35 seconds. The Schwarzgeist is vulnerable at its “head”. Focus fire on that. It will summon shields which can be destroyed by shooting them, but they respawn infinitely and I found it better to ignore them and just focus on the boss. When the boss attacks, always use roll evasions. If you’re on low health just keep rolling all the time to avoid getting hit until the Repair Kit has recharged, then heal yourself. This is especially important when it fires rockets and lasers at you. It will take a while but the attack patterns of the boss is always the same and you’ll get used to it quickly.
Below is the location of the Schwarzgeist (inside the big tornado):
Score at least 12,000,000 pts. in Verum Rex: Beat of Lead.
World: Toy Box / Area: Galaxy Toys Main Floor 3F
You can only play this minigame after having beaten the Toy Box world for the first time. Then you can fast travel back to this world and go to “Galaxy Toys Main Floor 3F” fast travel point. Go inside the Game Store (the one that has number 999999 on the wall). At the end of the store, in the very center, you can interact with a big game controller. It will have a green highlight on it when you get close and you can press to interact. During your first Toy Box playthrough you will already have played Verum Rex in the video game store, but it didn’t give you a score. Only when replaying this world you can earn a highscore and get this trophy.
Strategy: The key to getting 12 million points is to build up one continuous multiplier streak without ever losing it, until the last boss at least. Also use lots of explosive oil tanks to kill enemies as it gives huge “trap kill” and “simultaneous kill” bonuses at the end that net you an extra 2 million points or so.
When the match starts, get in the blue Gigas (robot) before you. However, we don’t actually want this blue Gigas. The purple one is much better, its cannon shoots twice as fast. So, boost jump to the left side of the arena in front of you, there’s a purple Gigas (robot) there. Get into that one, it kills enemies much quicker. Now the key is to kill all enemies in quick succession without losing the multiplier. Stick to the left side of the arena where a ramp goes up. There are two explosive oil tanks close together. One is at the bottom of the ramp and one a little bit up the ramp. You should make good use of these! Whenever an enemy is near an oil tank, shoot the tank! These kills give you huge bonus points at the end. It’s also a great way to keep up your multiplier streak and score simultaneous kills. Keep in mind your cannon shots are flying slowly, but just 1 hit is enough to blow up the oil tanks. So just fire a few lasers in the direction of the oil tank when an enemy is there and immediately refocus your fire on another enemy. This way your shots will blow up the oil tank after a few seconds but you can already focus on other enemies in the meantime.
Like all minigames it takes a bit of practice. I was able to get close almost 16 million points on my third attempt. You also receive a time bonus at the end that should be worth over 1 million points.
Score at least 70,000 pts. in the Festival Dance.
World: Kingdom of Corona / Area: The Kingdom Thoroughfare
You can only play this minigame after having beaten the Kingdom of Corona world for the first time. Then you can fast travel back to this world and go to “The Kingdom Thoroughfare” fast travel point. Go to the market square where you danced during the story and talk to Rapunzel. She lets you replay the dance, except this time you can earn a highscore! During the story dance you couldn’t earn any points.
Strategy: Dance with the townsfolk by pressing when they have a blue circle or when they have a red circle. Then press on the 3 pink circles that appear. Go to the next person, dance with them, go through the 3 pink circles and repeat. If you do it correctly, pressing on the 3 pink circles will give you +3 seconds. Only press the buttons when you’re in the middle of the circle so you do 3 button presses total (1 per circle). If you just mash the buttons it may not give you bonus time. So try not to miss any pink circles and only do one button press per circle.
When you take a dancing partner, let go of the left stick for just a moment. It will automatically put you on the path to the next 3 pink circles. If you hold the left stick what can happen is that you press in the opposite direction of where the pink circles appear. The game puts you on the path automatically, but you still need to readjust a little bit with the left stick after the circles have appeared.
Do NOT press on the barrels! They cost you way too much time. The goal is to maximize your chain by dancing with as many people as possible and get as many time bonuses as possible. With a 80+ chain you are sure to get 70,000+ points at the end.
Dance until there’s only 1 second left on the timer. Then press to make everyone come together for one final dance. Even though time has run out it will let you keep doing this special dance. It will really bump up your chain multiplier and give you another 15,000 points or more. All you do there is press on the blue and on the red circles. Press the buttons when you’re in the middle of the circle, otherwise it sometimes doesn’t count properly if you press too early or too late.
Score at least 600,000 pts. in Frozen Slider.
World: Arendelle / Area: The North Mountain, Mountain Ridge
You can only play this minigame after having beaten the Arendelle world for the first time. Then you can fast travel back to this world and go to “Mountain Ridge” fast travel point. Talk to your friends in front of the ice castle to play the Frozen Slider minigame.
Strategy: Slide down the mountain without any crashes, collect as many crystals as you can.
The way you get this highscore is by never losing your multiplier. You build up the multiplier by collecting crystals and not crashing. If you crash you lose the multiplier. If that happens, pause the game and retry as there’s almost no way you’ll beat the highscore. If you do the slide without crashing you should get 600,000 points easily. I got it on my first try. I always took the left paths for this and stuck to the ground instead of using the air rails.
Get an A rank on both Flash Tracer courses.
World: San Fransoyko
There are two Flash Tracer courses. We’ll go through their locations and strategies starting with the easier one.
#1 Location – The City, South District: Teleport to the South District fast travel point. When you spawn, look to your immediate left and there will be a tall gate overlooking the streets. On top of that gate you can talk to an NPC to start this course.
#1 Strategy (60,000 Points needed for A-Rank): This is all about speed. Don’t take any detours, just get the bare minimum of rings directly on your path and finish as quickly as possible. At the start, don’t bother with the few rings hanging around the poles. Getting these costs you more time bonus points than the rings are worth. On the first enemy group press to smash to the ground during your fall, which will take out most of them. Don’t bother defeating the survivors, just go straight to the rail slide to save time. During the rail slide press to jump between rails and get as many rings as possible. From there drop through all the rings on your path, trying not to miss any, until you land on a big ball. While rolling on the ball, keep in mind enemies killed with it give 500 points. Get all the rings here but also kill the enemies on your path. But don’t waste time rolling back and forth. When you reach the end of the rings with the rolling ball you jump off and run straight up the building, ignoring the turrets, but getting all the rings. In the last section all you do is use airstep + to gather all the rings on your path, while keeping up your speed and not taking too long to aim. My final time was 2:39 which gave me 25,000 points time bonus and 37,050 Data Count for a total of 62,050.
#2 Location – On the tall building with blue neon lines around it. There are also some flying objects around the blue neon building, it’s easy to see from afar. Talk to the NPC on the rooftop to start this course.
#2 Strategy (75,000 Points needed for A-Rank): This is again geared heavily towards time. Equip a keyblade with high magic stats and also equip accessories that improve your magic stat. During the initial flight section, be sure to get all the rings (you can roll left and right to change directions quickly) and keep shooting at all times to destroy the targets in the sky. When you encounter enemies kill all of them using Thundaga (in Customize Menu assign it to a button shortcut). Also equip Hi-Ether (or normal Ether) to replenish magic. The enemies should die instantly from one use of Thundaga. If you have trouble, level up some more by replaying battle gates after the story. Also equip the high-jump ability (ability menu) so you can get the rings high in the air during the rail slide. On the last rooftop where lots of enemies spawn you can use the carousel attraction to take them out quickly and finish off the rest with Thundaga.
Fully power up the Leviathan.
|World: The Caribbean
The Leviathan is your ship in “The Caribbean” world. You must play this world until you reach Port Royal. There you will unlock ship upgrades as part of the story, by collecting some crabs.
After this point you can keep upgrading your ship by collecting more crabs. Crabs are automatically dropped by enemy ships when destroying / boarding them. Just sail across the sea and destroy any ships you encounter. Level 9 is the maximum for the Leviathan. The crabs from enemy ships are automatically collected and added as a sort of “XP” to your ship. It will upgrade automatically after a certain amount of crabs has been reached, you don’t need to select any upgrades by yourself. On your ship there’s a map to check how many crabs are needed for the next upgrade. It took me 1,5 hours total. You can combine this with trophy “True Captain” for sinking 200 enemy ships, which will come automatically on your way to level 9.
Sink 200 enemy ships in The Caribbean.
|World: The Caribbean
This will come automatically on the way to trophy “Dreadnought”. In the Caribbean world simply sail with your ship and destroy every enemy ship you encounter. It took me 1 hour to destroy 200 ships.
Snap your first photo.
|You unlock photo mode after defeating the first boss in the second world “Twilight Town”. Once you unlock it, you will receive an onscreen tutorial. Press the Touchpad to enter photo mode and to snap a photo.|
Hold on to 50 photos.
|You unlock photo mode after defeating the first boss in the second world “Twilight Town”. Once you unlock it, you will receive an onscreen tutorial. Press the Touchpad to enter photo mode and to snap a photo. Repeat this 50 times. You can take the same photograph 50 times in a row. You can hold up to 100 photos. The trophy will unlock when the counter in the top right corner reaches 50/100.|
Collect every type of ingredient.
|Ingredients are found across the worlds, acquired from the Flantastic Seven, and bought from Moogle Shop. More become available for sale as you progress in the story. However, not all of them can be purchased, you still need to find most by yourself. They have a green light on them when getting close enough. Explore all planets carefully to pick up every ingredient along the way and do the missions of the Flantastic Seven (see trophy “Flanmeister”).|
Earn your first “Excellent” while preparing cuisine.
|See trophy “Master Chef”.|
Earn an “Excellent” while preparing every type of cuisine.
|The Cuisine is found in “Twilight Town” (2nd world). Go to the Bistro and interact with the front desk. Then a little rat will talk to you and invite you to the Cuisine where you can cook meals. You need the necessary ingredients to prepare the meals. To get a perfect score you must follow the onscreen prompts, each meal has a different minigame tied to it to make it “excellent”.|
Get a new high score in one of the Classic Kingdom games.
|See trophy “Classically Trained”.|
Get a new high score in every Classic Kingdom game.
|There are 23 Classic Kingdom Games in total. Classic Kingdom Games are found inside Treasure Chests. 4 of them are also from the message board in Twilight Town, next to the Map Chest in the market square. One is also from just finishing the Twilight Town world. Everything else is from Treasure Chest collectibles.
The Classic Kingdom Game Locations are included in the Collectible Guide. Just follow the collectible guide and you’ll get all of them.
Summary of Locations:
Obtain a Keyblade that is fully powered up.
|To fully power up a keyblade you must upgrade it via synthesis at a Moogle Shop (Keyblade Forge). Level 10 is the maximum for any keyblade. You find the necessary materials inside Treasure Chests but some ores are also obtained from destroying space rocks with your spaceship. Just get all collectibles and you should have enough materials for synthesis.|
Synthesize the Ultima Weapon.
|Ultimate Weapon is the best weapon in the game, but also the hardest to get.
To unlock Ultima Weapon Recipe: Find 58 Synthesis Materials. This can be tracked in the Moogle Shop under Workshop > Collector’s Goals > Obtain 58 different synthesis materials.
To craft the Ultimate Weapon you need 7 Orichalcum+, 2 Wellspring Crystals, 2 Lucid Crystals, 2 Pulsing Crystals.
Raise Sora to LV 99.
|Sora is your playable main character. You level up by defeating enemies. The fastest way to do this is by playing battle gates after the story (they only unlock once you’ve beaten the game). After the story you’ll be asked to create a manual save. Be sure to do this, it will then have a golden crown next to it in the saves list. Load this save to be put back before the final boss. Now you unlock Battle Gates all over the planets.
A fast one to farm XP is the battle gate in “Twilight Town” at the “Old Mansion” fast travel point. Here you get around 20,000XP per minute. That’s the best method I could find so far. You can repeat this battle gate infinitely, the enemies always respawn and you’ll be level 99 in no time.
Special Thanks / Credits
Massive thanks to the following people for sending tips:
nirvanafreak2004 = A wide range of tips on endgame stuff, Schwarzgeist, Flantastic Seven & provided complete list of all adversaries
Alucard_Austria = Sent in complete list of Game Records, Cooking Recipes & Synthesis List, and various other tips