The PS3 version of Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has a total of 34 trophies, 19 of which are bronze 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 19 bronze trophies are the easiest to obtain. While they are easier to obtain than silver, gold, and platinum trophies, it is still possible to miss some. The following bronze trophy guide for Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch will make sure you don’t miss any.
A Tonic for the Djinn (Diff: 3) – Assuming you complete the game you will always get this trophy. The slight difficulty is based on the fact that must defeat the Dark Djinn in chapter 6, and as a late game boss, this may be difficult if you haven’t properly equipped or leveled your characters.
Anchors Aweigh (Diff: 1) – You are awarded this trophy when you first set sail on the Sea Cow in chapter 3. It is impossible to avoid doing this if you are attempting to further the story and chapter 3 is rather easy to reach.
Boy Scout (Diff: 2) – To acquire the Boy Scout trophy you need to complete 15 errands. It is important to note that bounties don’t count towards this trophy. You will probably do this over the course of the game naturally. But, if you aren’t engaging in errands, it could be many chapters before you earn this trophy, if you earn it at all.
En Guardian! (Diff: 2) – The game holds your hand through this battle, but you are still a little bit underpowered while engaging in it. It is actually quite possible to die a few times if you aren’t leveled up enough. You may want to do a little extra leveling in the Dark Woods before engaging the Forest Guardian.
Familiarizer (Diff: 6) – This is a very easy trophy to miss because you need to tame 20 different species to get it. This is more familiars than you can even use at the same time, which means you are likely to miss this trophy if you aren’t trying to get it.
Fly the Friendlier Skies (Diff: 2) – You need to befriend Tengri the dragon in chapter 4 to acquire this trophy. Befriending the dragon is required to complete the game, so you can’t miss the trophy, but this may be a little difficult if you don’t realize you need the Native Tongue spell to talk to the dragon.
Glim Reaper (Diff: 3) – You will probably naturally get this trophy during the course of the game. It requires you to collect 2000 glims total. It is possible, though, if you don’t actively try to pick up glims, that you won’t quite make that total during a single play through of the game. Make sure to collect glims in easier battles and grab any at the end of battles during your second or so of movement. Even if you don’t receive any healing or magic, you will get credit for picking them up.
Gunslinger (Diff: 5) – To obtain this trophy, you need to get Swaine to level 68. It is possible to complete the game without doing that, so you will need to put in extra effort to level Swaine for this trophy.
Man of Steal (Diff: 3) – You need to successfully use Mugshot 50 times during the game. Assuming you regularly use Swaine, this shouldn’t be a problem. If you don’t steal a lot, go to a very low level area and just have him steal from enemies until you receive the trophy.
New Sheriff in Town (Diff: 4) – Just like you can avoid errands, it is also possible to pretty much avoid bounty hunts. You need to complete 10 to obtain this trophy. You don’t need to go to much effort to find them, but if you want to get this easily, wait until you have well outleveled the bounty hunts and then complete them.
Out of This World (Diff: 1) – You are still fully within the tutorial of the game when you get this trophy for casting the Gateway spell. You can’t miss it.
Overfamiliar (Diff: 7) – To obtain this trophy, you need to max out the familiarity of a familiar. This requires that you feed the familiar its favorite treat many times. Go to a store where you can buy all treats and try feeding each one to your familiar until hearts appear. Then keep feeding that treat to your familiar to raise familiarity more quickly. You will have to fight one battle per treat you feed the familiar. Thus this trophy takes a lot of time and money to complete.
Pedigree Breeder (Diff: 8) – This trophy requires you to get a familiar to maximum familiarity and then to feed it enough treats to give it 50 stat boosts. Once you obtain the previous trophy, this one doesn’t take much longer.
Pop Pop Fizz Fizz (Diff: 4) – This trophy require you to create 10 items using alchemy. As long as you talk to plenty of NPCs after learning alchemy, you will get tons of recipes. Just complete 10 of the easier ones and you will earn this.
Prima Donna (Diff: 4) – Prima Donna requires you to get Esther to level 65. Since you get her before you get Swaine and you need to get her to a lower level, this is a little easier to earn than Gunslinger.
Raising the Stakes (Diff: 6) – You can’t play in the Casino until you complete the game. To get this trophy, you need to collect a single prize from the Casino. Just play a few games and you will eventually win. If you want to conserve money, save the game before playing and reload if you don’t win.
Solosseum Slugger (Diff: 6) – Like the Casino, you can’t access the Solosseum until you complete the game. Thankfully, this trophy is easy to get once you have completed the game, since all you need to do is win a single bout.
Viva the Evolution! (Diff: 7) – You need to evolve 10 of your familiars to earn this trophy. That may not sound very difficult, but it is possible that you don’t even have 10 familiars, let alone evolve that many before the end of the game.
Wonder Wand (Diff: 5) – You will automatically earn this trophy just before completing the game. The only real difficulty is the time you have to spend to get to this point.