The PS3 version of Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has a total of 34 trophies, nine of which are silver trophies. While trophies don’t offer any mechanical advantage, they do represent bragging rights and help give you a sense of completion in the game. The silver trophies tend to be difficult to acquire, but not necessarily painfully so. Most require effort beyond normal game play. The following silver trophy guide for Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch will make sure you don’t miss any.
Bounty Hunter (Diff: 7) – There are 49 bounties total in the game, 22 of which don’t unlock until you complete the game. In order to get this trophy, you need to complete 40 bounties. You should complete all 27 of the bounties that you can before the game completes. Once you have defeated the White Witch, you only need to complete another 13. These are harder and will require some leveling, but you should be almost strong enough by game’s end.
Council Trouncer (Diff: 5) – You simply need to complete the game to obtain this trophy. Defeat every required enemy, sit through some beautiful credits, and enjoy your shiny silver trophy.
Globetrotter (Diff: 6) – There are 16 secluded regions in the game. Eleven are groves and five are caves and they are all found on the overworld map. You need to explore every single one to earn this trophy. Most of them are reasonably obvious, and thankfully all of them are near locations that you are required to go to while completing the game. The easiest way to get the Globetrotter trophy, though incredibly time consuming, is to simply walk around the entire map methodically, exploring every forest and mountain area.
Guildering the Lily (Diff: 6) – Guildering the Lily is another trophy that just takes an incredibly long time to acquire. You need to get 500,000 guilder all at the same time. Don’t even bother until near the very end of the game or after the game has completed. Then simply fight whatever monsters give the best money and items. Sell anything you find and eventually you will get the money.
High Roller (Diff: 8) – You can’t get High Roller until you complete the game and you shouldn’t try to get it until you have Guildering the Lily. Take that money you earned and use it as stakes for the Casino. You need to win all the tickets for the Mem-O-Vision. Rather than trust entirely on luck, it is best to save before playing. If you lose, reload and try again. This will take a long time unless you are very lucky.
Humanitarian of the Year (Diff: 6) – The game has 90 errands, 80 of which can be completed before the end of the game. Since errands give you rewards that are appropriate to the part of the game where you receive them, you should generally complete errands as soon as they appear. You will be going out of your way to get all of these completed, but you can skip as many as 20 and still earn this silver trophy.
Little Battler Experience (Diff: 4) – Little Battler Experience is yours as soon as you complete 1000 battles. You will probably get this naturally just by playing the game and you are almost assured to get it if you are trying to level up or tame familiars in order to get any of the familiar-based trophies. If you haven’t gotten it by the end of the game, just go to an easy area and fight battles rapidly.
Magic Master (Diff: 5) – You can’t earn Magic Master until you complete the game, because the last two spells are only given to you after the final battle. You will also need to have collected every other spell in the game. The game pretty much holds your hand through getting most of the spells, so only a few can be missed, and none permanently. If you are approaching the final battle and have more than two slots unfilled, run around to old areas and talk to every last NPC you can.
Treasure Hunter (Diff: 4) – When you get confidence from Kublai in chapter 4 of the game, you will also be taught the Seek Fortune spell. Use this spell on the overworld to find all 100 hidden treasure chests. This will earn you the Treasure Hunter trophy.