Ghost Parade Trophy Guide

Game: Ghost Parade
Peripherals: –
Time to 100%: 6 – 8 Hours+ (Heavily Skill Dependant)
Difficulty: 3/10
Missable trophies: None.
Author: Sean and Stephanie.

Welcome to the trophy guide for Ghost Parade. This can also be considered a walkthrough and may be used for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam. Achievements for Steam and Xbox are in almost all cases the same as the PlayStation 4 Trophies. A roadmap is provided in the stages below.

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Stage 1 – Play through the game


Almost the entirety of Ghost Parade’s trophy list is story related meaning there isn’t much to do besides playing the game. The only 2 trophies that aren’t story related are the mini-games, which are in story locations. Below you will find the order of the trophies to unlock, with each having respective tips and help for each boss. The beginning of the game will be the most difficult as you’re learning the mechanics plus the little inventory you’ll have. By mid-game you’ll have so many potions and defense you can play sloppy and still do this. The biggest tip that can be said is to keep Miss Kunti in your party, all the bosses you fight in-game are susceptible to stun making her one of the most useful ghosts.

Note: The guide says 6-8 hours, that was timed without the repeated deaths. So It’s 6-8 hours if you die very little and you don’t explore. Exploring + Deaths will add a great deal more time.

Trophy Order:
The Journey Begins
The Lightbringer
The Lost Child
Late Sleeper
Mysterious Song
Lady in White
The Eight-Legged Queen
Lord Shiva
A Second Chance
Captain Sotong
Fish On!
The Ghost Market
Cha-Ching!
Gandharva
The Pandita
The Boar
The Monkey
The Deer
The Forest Guardian

That is it, you’ll then earn the platinum. That’s right, oddly enough you’re not even required to complete the game.

Trophies


 The Prophesied Protector


 A Second Chance
Battled the lumberjack boss and lost

A very confusing and misleading trophy. The Lumberjack Boss is immediately after the Spider Queen. Losing against him will not earn you this trophy. The 2 outcomes the queen offers you to give him a “Second Chance” or “Kill Him” has no effect on this trophy. Completely disregard The Lumberjack in it’s entirety.

Note: During the battle the boss is called Lumberjack, During the talk he’s called Lumberjack, he’s even referred to as the Lumberjack. But he’s actually The Lumberjack Knight.

The trophy A Second Chance refers to an entirely different boss. Unfortunately, he isn’t in the compendium in my game. I believe his name is The Magician. Anyhow, after Lord Shiva you’ll have to go re-animate that stone worm.

The Stone Worm is a bit of a tricky boss to reach his head but he’s easily avoidable. All of his moves are easily readable and he creates platforms for you. Stay away from him, use the platforms and parachutes to stay safe. Use Kunti to stun him as he is susceptible to Stun. Run up and give him all you have, rinse and repeat.

Shortly after in the Mountain Passage at the end you’ll come to it’s other boss. On the Map it’s a magician in a machine, you can’t win this fight and are forced to lose. It is this fight that will earn you the trophy not the Lumberjack.


 The Deer
Defeated The Deer Guardian

For being the last of the three Guardians and the final boss before the platinum, The Deer is a HUGE pushover. The Deer will either use lasers which are forewarned by huge exclamations so avoid them or summon homing spears which you can avoid by running around.

The Deer is hidden behind a force field which you’ll need to destroy 2 totems. Which will leave it completely susceptible to attack, Along With Miss Kunti’s Stun. You’ll be lucky if this fight lasts more than 60 – 120 seconds with how often and easily you destroy the force field.

The Sad excuse of A Deer Guardian

 The Monkey
Defeated The Monkey Guardian

Through Ghost Parade you’ll come across gates that don’t have any purpose yet. Later in the game you’ll return to these gates in sequence, the game will mark exactly where they are don’t worry. Behind each of these gates lies a Spirit Guardian.

The Monkey Guardian is a ruthless boss, has huge AoE’s, full screen attacks, and is just a huge pain. Fortunately you’ll have upwards of 60+ potions, being the 2nd last boss go potion happy. Like always Miss Kunti is recommended as this Guardian is susceptible to stun.

The Monkey Guardian

 The Boar
Defeated The Boar Guardian

Through Ghost Parade you’ll come across gates that don’t have any purpose yet. Later in the game you’ll return to these gates in sequence, the game will mark exactly where they are don’t worry. Behind each of these gates lies a Spirit Guardian.

This is one of the bosses you don’t actually fight! The Boar though you don’t fight him will prove to be a more difficult battle! This is one of the ‘infamous chase scenes’ many adventure / platformers have. The running portion is only 2 to 3 minutes long, but you’ll most likely repeat it tenfold. You have to master jumping, double jumps, parachute mechanics, wall jumps, and timing to get to the end of this stage. After the Final Wall the boar will be exhausted and you’ll get this trophy.

The exhausted Boar

 The Pandita
Meet the Pandita

The Pandita in this game is what you would call an Oracle. He’s the one that sent Ghandarva, and tasks you with the defeating of the Guardians. He is at the end of The Temple and you’ll need to defeat Gandharva before you can visit him.

The Wise and Powerful Pandita

 Gandharva
Defeated Gandharva

Gandharva is a spirit sent to guide your character. After A Second Chance it will be Gandharva that rescues you. You’ll have to fight Gandharva as a trial to prove your worth so you can visit the Pandita, he is located in The Temple.

Gandharva is a huge pushover and should only take 2 to 3 Miss Kunti stun’s to rip apart his health. Again, you’ll have way too many potions and should only need a few if any. By this time with your equipment and skills, he won’t hit too hard either.


 Cha-Ching!
Played the shop keeper mini game

The shop this mini-game refers to is the shop located in the 2nd half of the Ghost Market. It’s owned by a recruitable ghost Botol Manci. Talk to him to initiate the start of said mini game and you’ll earn this trophy after completing it once.

Botol Manci’s Shop.

 The Forest Guardian
Defeat all Guardians

The last story quest you’re tasked with before the platinum is to defeat all 3 guardians: The Boar, The Monkey, and The Deer. Upon the defeat of The Deer you’ll earn this trophy.


 Lord Shiva
Acquired Shiva’s Stone

This is one of the longer quest arcs in the game. You’ll be tasked to try and cross The Mountain Passage where you’ll be halted by a sleeping stone worm boss. It needs the Shiva Stone to re-animate. You’ll have to head to the Bug Cave to locate the stone. On the way you’ll face the Bug King:

Again you’ll have a lot of potions so this shouldn’t pose a threat but he has a few attacks all of which are easy to avoid. Remember to utilize your parachute to avoid all of his attacks. As always, bring along Miss Kunti as the King is susceptible to being stunned.

Shortly after the Bug King, you’ll need to fight The Jouster! An easier boss then the King. As long as you stay on the top platforms you’ll be fine. The only attack that can reach you is his homing saw, which with wide margins of movement is easy to avoid. Abuse Miss Kunti to keep him stunned and lay into him and you’ll soon be done.

The map after the Jouster will have the Shiva Stone you’re looking for.


 Captain Sotong

Immediately after A Second Chance trophy you’ll awake in a new village. It is in this village you’ll find Captain Sotong, our friendly octopus guy.

What Captain Sotong looks like.

 The Ghost Market
Reached The Ghost Market

The Ghost Market is a place you’ll visit shortly after meeting Captain Sotong. You’ll be tasked with defeating the Pirate Boss before reaching the Ghost Market.

Though the Pirate Boss telegraphs all of his attacks, they’re often fast and rather wide spread making them all hard to avoid. Luckily you’ll have upwards of 20+ potions by now so feel free to fight him sloppily. As always advised bring along Miss Kunti as he is susceptible to stunning.


 The Eight-Legged Queen
Defeated the Spider Queen

The Spider Queen’s difficulty lies not in her, but in getting to her. You’ll need to learn a new mechanic, mastering the parachute. Luckily the Spider Queen is the turning point in Ghost Parade, it gets easier from here on in. Anyways, how to deal with the Spider Queen!

The Spider Queen has 3 Main attacks:
-Physical attacks if you approach her.
-Summons a trio of baby spiders, but they take 1 hit to kill so always do so.
-A trio of spires come from the ground. Forewarned by red rings so it’s easy to avoid.

The queen though is by far the easiest, albeit slower, boss in the game! The easiest and safest way is this:

When she summons the 3 spires, stand to the left of the leftmost one. You’ll be really close to the queen but out of her reach, this is important. What you do here is 2 things, kill the summoned spiders that pose no threat and wait for her safest attack. ALL of her attacks will be faster than you and is a bad idea to approach her except for one. She has 2 attacks where she’ll wiggle her butt, one will be parallel to the ground and the other will be at an angle. The angled butt wiggle is what you want, she doesn’t counterattack on that move. As soon as you see it, run up to her summon Poci, melee her twice and run back to the spire. Wait at this spire until Poci’s Cooldown finishes off and repeat. Use the other ghosts abilities as you see fit.

The answer you give her about the lumberjack afterward has no effect on the story.

Jara Kemangga the Spider Queen

 Lady in White
Met Miss Kunti

In Ghost Parade, Ghosts are beings you’ll befriend to gain their skills. These skills will be one of your main mechanics in the game and allow for great deals of customization on your team. Some you’ll gain from story progression, quest completion, or even defeating bosses. Miss Kunti, the singer of the Mysterious Song, will be your 4th Story ghost to join your party. She is located in The Giant Tree – Kunti Encounter.

On the way to meeting Miss Kunti you’ll need to face the boss Beguganjang. You’ll still be ill-equipped but hopefully have a better handle over the controls now. Beguganjang can seem like a lot and quite difficult because he hits hard and has a wide range BUT he is exploitable.

He has 3 methods of attack again:
– Summon beetles, just ignore these.
– A wide sweeping laser which HURTS, to avoid this hide under the platforms or be on the top platforms.
– A poison gas cloud that follows you.

The exploitable method is this, mind you is slows but guarantees success. AS SOON as the match starts get up to the top left platform and attack the top left flower (Use a Poci, and your other ghosts and just keep attacking. Your goal is to destroy this flower in the first attempt. You need to break all 3 flowers to beat him. If you manage to break the flower which you should, the rest is easy. Below is a picture highlighting a specific platform. As long as you can jump and stay on this platform it’ll be easy. 1 of 2 things will happen, his gas clouds aren’t strong enough and don’t reach you (Doesn’t always happen, it seems sporadic on different attempts) or when they get close jump up top and jump over them. Then go throw a Tuyul at his flowers. run back to that platform, rinse and repeat. It’s, long, tedious, and boring but it’s a surefire method.


 Fish On!
Played the fishing mini game

Fish On! refers to a fishing mini game you can play to earn prizes. After your defeat from A Second Chance you’ll come to a village. It is in this village you’ll find the Fishing Mini Game, to the right of Captain Sotong. Make sure to chat with the green spirit to get things started.

The Fishing Mini Game.

 The Journey Begins
Started a New Game

Not much to say about this, you bought the game now press play.


 Mysterious Song
Began the Mysterious Song quest

Like most games you`ll have quests to further story progression. One of those quests you come across is called Mysterious Song. You’ll find this quest in The Giant Tree – Beguganjang. Along the way you’ll come across you’re first ‘boss’ The Mosquito Queen.

This will be tough because you’re ill equipped and still getting used to the controls, but after some trial and error you will get through her. The Mosquito Queen has 3 modes of attack:
– A line of Mosquitoes from the right, which can be ducked under.
-An array of mosquito that rain down diagonally, with timed slides can be avoided.
-A group of mosquitoes that home in on you. This one is the toughest because you can’t one-shot the mosquitoes. Your best bet is to use Poci ontop of the Mosquito queen to hurt her and kill these mosquitoes. While Poci’s shield is up just keep attacking her as she has doesn’t attack.

If you still have trouble with her, you could farm some exp and level up enough to purchase the x2 attacks in air combo. This would drastically make a difference but isn’t needed.


 Late Sleeper
Met Poci

In Ghost Parade, Ghosts are beings you’ll befriend to gain their skills. These skills will be one of your main mechanics in the game and allow for great deals of customization on your team. Some you’ll gain from story progression, quest completion, or even defeating bosses. Poci is the 2nd ghost you’ll come across and is story related.

Pocong the cemetery dweller.

 The Lost Child
Met Tuyul

In Ghost Parade, Ghosts are beings you’ll befriend to gain their skills. These skills will be one of your main mechanics in the game and allow for great deals of customization on your team. Some you’ll gain from story progression, quest completion, or even defeating bosses. Tuyul, happens to be the first ghost you come across and is story gained.

Tuyul the rumored aborted fetus ghost.

 The Lightbringer
Acquired Lentera

The Lentera is your main weapon in Ghost Parade. It is also the means by which you’ll be able to make it through the forest. At the beginning of the game you’ll meet a Bunian who will grant you the Lentera.

The Bunian Race