Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Trophy & Achievement Guide and Roadmap

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Trophy & Achievement Guide and Roadmap

Level 5’s Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is the newest installment of their iconic Ni No Kuni Role playing series, and it launched just yesterday. To coincide with its release we have prepared a Trophy & Achievement Guide to help you 100% the game. Take control of Evan Pettiwhisker Tildrum who is the rightful king of the land, and help him reclaim his beautiful kingdom, (while seeing and accomplishing every aspect of the game) and get that coveted Platinum!

  • Time to Platinum: 90 hours
  • Platinum Difficulty: 4/10
  • Playthroughs required: 1
  • Missable Trophies: N/A
    • However, Royal Mint trophy needs players to have 500,000 money so avoid spending money on anything as the game is lax on drops.

Most Efficient way to Platinum

  1. Play the game naturally
  2. Save money for Royal Mint
  3. Recruit all citizens
  4. Upgrade castle to level 4
  5. Slay Tainted Monsters
  6. Beat 10th Dreamer’s Maze

Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Trophy Achievement Guide & Roadmap

One True King

Awarded for achieving 100% completion.

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King in Exile

Awarded for finishing Chapter 1.

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King Reborn

Awarded for finishing Chapter 2.

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Kingdom Creator

Awarded for finishing Chapter 3.

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A Destiny Discovered

 Awarded for finishing Chapter 4.

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A Matter of Time

Awarded for finishing Chapter 5.

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The Price of Progress

Awarded for finishing Chapter 6.

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The Mark of Kings

Awarded for finishing Chapter 7.

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Peace Breaks Out

Awarded for finishing Chapter 8.

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Onward to Unity

Awarded for finishing Chapter 9.

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Ocean-Going King

Awarded for making your first sea voyage.

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King of the Skies

Awarded for making your first trip in the Zippelin.

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Royal Mint

Awarded for amassing 500,000 guilders.

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Lord Treasurer

Awarded for opening 100 treasure chests.

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Royal Treasurer

Awarded for opening 200 treasure chests.

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Tripple Threat

Awarded for having 50 trip doors remember you.

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Make Your Best Offer

Awarded for giving the right gift to a higgledy stone.

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No Stone Unturned

Awarded for satisfying every single higgledy stone

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A Bit on the Side

Awarded for completing your first side quest.

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Side-Tracked

Awarded for completing 50 side quests.

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Beside Yourself

Awarded for completing 100 side quests.

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No Downside

Awarded for completing 150 side quests.

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Errand Boy

Awarded for completing your first errand.

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All About the Errands

Awarded for completing 50 errands.

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Knight Errand

Awarded for completing 100 errands.

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Soldier King

Awarded for defeating 1,000 enemies.

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Warrior King

Awarded for defeating 2,000 enemies.

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Toppler of the Tainted

Awarded for defeating your first tainted monster.

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Scourge of the Tainted

Awarded for defeating 50 tainted monsters.

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Ball Boy

Awarded for collecting a total of 2,000 balls.

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Wakey Wakey

Awarded for being awakened by a golden ball.

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Wide Awake

Awarded for being awakened 50 times.

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Higgledy Gaggle!

Awarded for getting a set of matching higgledies!

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Music Buff

Awarded for acquiring 30 songbooks.

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Raw Recruiter

Awarded for recruiting your first new subject.

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Recruiting Sergeant

Awarded for recruiting 50 new subjects.

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Recruiting Consultant

Awarded for recruiting 100 new subjects.

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Awarded for cooking your first dish.

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Cooking Up a Storm

Awarded for cooking 50 dishes.

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Weapon Whizz

Awarded for creating 50 different types of weapon.

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Armor Ace

Awarded for creating 50 different types of armor.

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Master of Magic

Awarded for upgrading your spells 50 times.

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Higgledy Hotshot

Awarded for cooking up 50 different higgledies.

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Master Builder

Awarded for building 20 facilities in Evermore.

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King of the Castle

Awarded for upgrading Evermore Castle to Level 4.

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Superpower

Awarded for increasing your influence to 70,000,000.

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To Arms!

Awarded for winning your first skirmish.

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God of War

Awarded for overcoming 50 skirmish challenges.

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Dream a Little Dream

Awarded for entering your first Dreamer’s Door.

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Bad Dream

Awarded for hitting Danger Lv. 5 in a Dreamer’s Maze.

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Dream Big

Awarded for surviving 10 Dreamer’s Doors.


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13 comments on “Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Trophy & Achievement Guide and Roadmap”

  1. Avatar ElvesRule says:

    I got a little excited and bewildered there could be a trophy guide so soon, but it’s really just a list of the trophies and a bare-bones recommendation. Are you going to add content or is that it?

    FEX, if you start a NNK2 sub-forum, I’ll help answering questions and offer tips. I’m currently in Ch 6, need 6 more citizens to be able to upgrade Evermore to level 3. I just made it to Tomorrowland where I expect to find lots of new recruits, and I’m finally getting the hang of Skirmishing, which is poorly explained in-game.

  2. Avatar PrimeraEspada91 says:

    more info will be added to it

  3. Avatar Fexelea says:

    Sorry Elves I wasn’t expecting many community members to be interested in this because it’s more "cutesy" than a lot of our users admit to liking :P

    I’ll keep the forum idea in mind for any upcoming launches, but feel free to start a Help thread on gaming general :)

  4. Avatar ElvesRule says:

    Cutesy? How dare you! It’s a traditional JRPG so I love it. I’m going for the plat but there are no guides yet so I’m just playing blind and really enjoying the story.

    My last 2 plats are Ys 8, which was really great, and Uncharted Lost Legacy. First time I played Crushing mode, yikes. I really enjoyed the Chloe/Nadine dynamic more than the last 2 games of Nate, and having a bit of Troy Baker is always awesome.

    If anybody has a question, just reply to this thread and I’ll try to check back every night for awhile.

  5. Bonaduce80 says:

    Well it is Ghibli+Level 5, so this wasn’t going to be Outlast. Interested in it as I Platinumed the first one a few months ago, but not in a hurry with my game backlog. Maybe in a few months…

  6. aquapandora says:

    So ive beaten the game, maxed out evermore, including building lvls, citizen capacity and each are a master of their trade.. all research has been finished, all side quests, etc etc. so now im trying to hit 100% but am unclear on the last remaining trophy I need, which is “god of war”. Does it require that you “overcome” 50 unique/seperate skirmishes, or what? My stats indicate ive won over 50.. however some were repeated or completed on hard mode.. so im assumin thats the case?

  7. Avatar ElvesRule says:

    Yes, the GoW trophy requires winning 50 unique skirmishes. I did not know that the game stats included replays in the total. That is bad. How are we to know what our cumulative count is, if replays, which do not count toward the trophy, are counted in the stats page. I think I only replayed one, to try to level up. Big mistake. Best way to level up skirmishes is to fight the ones that are 10 to 20 levels higher. Even if you fail 10 times, you accrue and keep XP so you level quickly.

    Since you already 100%’d, do you remember where to find piping hot water, which is for a citizen quest. I’m stumped, unless it’s only available post-game.

  8. HappySunshineGaming says:

    Just wanna say, that I LOVE this game, and I’m 47 y old, so Cutesy?.. Hmm… well.. I think ‘Cute’ is a good thing in games, bc they often make a good balance in the more hard-felt-topics themed jrpgs !.
    – Happy Gaming from Denmark (;

  9. Avatar Fexelea says:

    I like cute too! But a lot of our audience is younger and prefers "cool" :P

    I’m happy you’re enjoying Ni No Kuni II tho! :D

  10. Avatar ElvesRule says:

    I did platinum this a couple weeks ago, before they patched the game to fix the one quest bug in the whole game, plus change the color of skirmish flags. If you already beat the skirmish, the flag is blue so you can skip it. That would have saved me hours of trying to distinguish the skirmishes you still have to beat.

    I look forward to returning to NNK2 when the DLC drops.

  11. Avatar Rakuyo says:

    I believe Fextralife has wikis for Salt and Sanctuary, Gwent and Monster Hunter World. All games I wouldn’t describe as butch and moody.

    XCOM 2, Nioh, Nier Automata, Horizon Zero Dawn, Overwatch are also all games that don’t take themselves too seriously.

    I think the game deserves a wiki, but IGN seems to have a handle on things, and wikia seems to pretend to have Ni no Kuni 2 wiki.

  12. Avatar Fexelea says:

    This was about forums, not wikis. In terms of wikis, I don’t think the game needs one and nobody asked me for one so we didn’t make one. Remember I need a few months notice for when you want us to have forums and wikis for specific games :)

  13. Avatar Rakuyo says:

    I’ve played it, and the game has about as many items as Dark Souls (and Dark Souls like gameplay actually).

    It also has a number of mechanics that could really benefit from some numbercrunching, or at least sortation.

    The game "needs" a wiki about as much as any other game on Fextralife, but I’m not specifically asking for one.


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