Little Town Hero Trophy Guide

Game: Little Town Hero
Peripherals: –
Time to 100%: 14 – 18h+
Difficulty: 6/10
Missable trophies: Soldier (Chapter 1) ~ (Chapter 9), Soldier (Insectnocide), Soldier (Nightmare Doll), True Soldier, Little Town Hero, Always Elegant, Fashionista, Historian, Shepherd, Good Maintenance, Chicken Keeper, Discoverer, Visualizer (Insectnocide), Visualizer (Nightmare Doll).
Trophies: 1 2 13 29
Author: Sean

Welcome to the trophy guide for Little Town Hero. 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 – Complete the Game on Hard Mode.


Little Town Hero by default starts on hard mode, it’ll prompt you later if you want to switch to easy mode, do not switch. The difficulty of the game is put to a 6 solely based on the visualizing of Ministerror and Megalobird, they are ruthless in terms of difficulty; Expect a 4-5 difficulty for Storyline. The game is generally pretty open to tackling everything how you see fit, with the exception of a few missable sub quests. Below will be the laid out path used to achieve the platinum. So follow the quest-line below and have fun, don’t fret too much though as it’s fairly hard to miss trophies unless your playing obliviously!
Note: The game does prompt you with a point-of-no-return but one of the sub quests needs a chapter delay in-between progress. So it’s best to tackle them in the order below. A few quests like the Elegant one can be obtained earlier, so the trophy descriptions will reflect the order that’s listed in the Stage below.









Trophies


 Chosen One
Complete all trophies.


 Finale
Watch the ending.

Story Related.
The ending to Little Town Hero is the during and after the 2nd half to Chapter 9. This includes the Gifting Rite and the credits. Watch all this for the trophy.


 True Soldier
Defeat all monsters in “Hard” difficulty.

You’ll start Little Town Hero on the Hard Difficulty, when prompted to, do not change it. This trophy is awarded for defeating all the Monsters, that means the human bosses will not count towards this. All of the Monsters are story-related except for 2 sub quest bosses and they’ll all be logged in your scrap book with the exception of Past Hulk Ogre.

MonsterLocation
Hulk OgreChapter 1 Monster.
Cuatro(?)Chapter 2 Monster.
Coffin MasterChapter 3 Monster.
VenuseaterChapter 4 Monster.
InsectnocideChapter 5 Sub Quest Monster.
MegalobirdChapter 5 Monster
Monster MobyChapter 6 Monster
Past Hulk OgreChapter 7 Monster
Nightmare DollChapter 8 Sub Quest Monster
MinisterrorChapter 8 Monster
DragorrenChapter 9 Monster

 Soldier (Chapter 1)
Defeat the boss from chapter 1 in “Hard” difficulty.

Chapter 1 Boss

The Chapter 1 boss “Hulk Ogre” is not a particular threat. If you execute what you’ve been taught by Angard and utilize the Support Skills found around the map, you shan’t have any troubles. Try to pair this fight with Lethal Matock as well!


 Soldier (Chapter 2)
Defeat the boss from chapter 2 in “Hard” difficulty.

Cuatro(?)

Cuatro(?) can be a real threat. He’ll have 2 annoying buffs that’ll either revert your dazzit or do direct damage if it break a dazzit of yours alongside 2 debuffs that’ll weaken your dazzits or increase the summoning requirement. Pair this with it becoming raged (Adding +1 Attack power to all Dazzit’s) when it’s Guts gets broken and it can become a real problem. Luckily there are tips to sufficiently take care of Cuatro(?):
•When you break Cuatro(?)’s Guts, have a Slam ready to use and utilize a Tiny cannon support function to deal immediate heart damage.
•If you have no dazzits, utilizing a Small barrel support function from your Destroy dazzit will hopefully allow you to destroy some of Cuatro(?)’s dazzits.
•You could use the Little chicken support function to remove the special effects (Buffs) from Cuatro(?)’s Dazzit’s, but save some for the Lethal Chicken trophy!
•Remeber to utilize the other support functions, and advice to recieve help and new powerful Dazzits.

The last piece of advice is that using Struggle will hurt you, but it’s most cost effective saving some summoning power for other cards with a chance of breaking the 1 defense enemy dazzit.


 Soldier (Chapter 3)
Defeat the boss from chapter 3 in “Hard” difficulty.

Coffin Master

In retropsect to the first two bosses, this one will be easier as you don’t (unless you haven’t yet) have to pair this with a specific kill. Yes, this pile of bones can stir up trouble with these skills: Absolute Break (Guaranteed to break Dizzits), Feint (Randomly chooses your Dazzit), Curse (Breaks idea from your head), Chosen Dazzit (Forces you to play) , Grudge (+2 Defenses) or Dark Shroud (Absolute Break on it’s Dazzits). All of those skills do pose a problem and can be annoying but they’re easily overcome. Use these tips to your advantage:
• Use all the field skills.
• You now have the ability to Mix Ideas!
• Your Slam may have Pierce which is very handy for heart damage.
• Your Destroy may have Invincible which is handy against Absolute Break.
• Utilize the Field Support to damage hearts directly.

The last piece of advice is that using Struggle will hurt you, but it’s most cost effective saving some summoning power for other cards with a chance of breaking the 1 defense enemy dazzit. It’s also very handy to use when the Coffin Master has Absolute Break on a 1 defense Dazzit, so you don’t sacrifice your own Dazzit.


 Soldier (Chapter 4)
Defeat the boss from chapter 4 in “Hard” difficulty.

Venuseater

Your first real troubling boss will be the Venuseater. Yes, this overgrown weed can stir up trouble with these skills: Thrash (Prevents a Dazzit use), Spike Vine (Deals damage to your body equal to number of your Dazzits), Buzz Calls (Summons flies), Large Flies On Map (Makes enemy stronger), Benumbd (-2 to one Dazzit).
There’s a few things that you can do to manage this battle though:

  • It is imperative you visit spaces for new ideas! This is super important. Venuseater eats flies to power up and it gets really high dazzits. You’ll want Tangle (Permanent -3/-3 to enemy dazzits for the remainder of battle) and Swipe (destroys enemy dazzit and changes one of your dazzits for another Swipe).
  • Try getting Free Mobility often after the Buzz Calls because it’s made much simpler if the Venuseater isn’t eating more flies.
  • Try to save Throw for the chicken as Venuseaters bonus effects are seriously aggravating.
  • You can destroy flies with Red Dazzits, to target them though they’re oddly under the support feature by pressing L1.

The last piece of advice is that using Struggle will hurt you, but it’s most cost effective saving some summoning power for other cards with a chance of breaking the 1 defense enemy dazzit. It’s also very handy to use with Venuseater as before you cast Tangle, you’ll want to use a Dazzit to defend against the 7+ attack Dazzits or else it’ll destroy your guts fast.


 Soldier (Chapter 5)
Defeat the boss from chapter 5 in “Hard” difficulty.

Megalobird

The Chapter 5 boss is Megalobird, and compared to the prior boss is a pushover. Yes, the Mega bird can still stir up trouble with these skills though: Jolt (Adds pierce effect to all Dazzits), Mystery Move (Transforms into a 5/1 Dazzit if not broken), Counter (Deals 3 damage when broken), Wobble (Transforms a Dazzit into a 1/2), Wobble Dance (Turns all Dazzits into 1/2), Block Mode (It’ll counter your All-Chance Attack). A few pointers for this boss:

  • This Monster isn’t too threatening as it’s Dazzits aren’t overly powerful, but the threats are almost all it’s special effects on their Dazzits; use chicken support functions.
  • Make sure to nab the Dazzits the villagers will give you from the yellow “!” spaces as they’re a huge help!
  • For Eureka’s: an upgraded Pelt, upgraded Firecracker, and upgraded Improvise are really helpful.
  • Try to get “Free Mobility” often, ensuring you can manipulate the spaces you land on. Using Support Functions to tear down guts/attack hearts is important.
  • Unlike prior bosses, it isn’t recommended to use Struggle this time. You’ll need all the guts you can have due to the Monster’s Counter. Don’t worry about Ideas running out, you’ll have plenty enough points to use the refresh as this Monster isn’t particularly difficult to All Break.
  • This boss has an annoying counter when you attack his hearts directly. If he blocks/defends while you attain an All Break, make sure to retreat or else he’ll auto-counter with a 4 damage attack.

 Soldier (Insectnocide)
Defeat the Insectnocide in “Hard” difficulty.

Insectnocide

Your first sub quest boss will be the Insectnocide. It’s not as tough as the Venuseater but that doesn’t mean it won’t cause trouble with these skills: Ire (+2/+1 to a Dazzit when broken), Invincible (Made invincible the turn it appears), Absolute Break (Breaks a Dazzit regardless of defense), Vengeance (Breaks 3 enemy dazzits), Thrash About (Makes all Dazzits invincible). As mentioned it’s easier than Venuseater but there are helpful tips still:

  • Utilize all the field support and support functions you can.
  • During it’s Thrash About your guts with upgrades should be sitting around 9 Guts. Take some purposeful damage by using Struggle on the weak attacked Dazzits, and block the higher attack with your weak Dazzits. This’ll prevent you from losing too many Dazzits and managing just fine.
  • Having an upgraded Improvise by this time will give some good steady 0 cost Dazzits for early battle.

Besides the above, the Insectnocide isn’t hard he’s just bloody annoying will all his special effects. Endure it and expect to whittle it down slowly.


 Soldier (Chapter 6)
Defeat the boss from chapter 6 in “Hard” difficulty.

Monster Moby

The Chapter 6 boss is Monster Moby, and it follows suit in being a pushover. Yes, the whale(?) can still stir up trouble with these skills though: Flatten (Turns Dazzit into x/1), Fountain (Deals 1 damage to all when becoming a Chosen Dazzit), Water gun (Deals 1 damgae when becoming a Chosen Dazzit), Whirlpool (Adds Penalty to all Dazzits), Big Wave (Turns all Dazzits to x/1). Besides that, the whale is easily managed:

  • Like usual, make most of the support functions and visit the Yellow “!” for new Dazzits.
  • The newly upgraded skill tree has great offers; Develop Improvise, Develop Tough out, Develop Pelt, Develop Psyche up, Develop Firecracker. Any of the blue ones are pretty vital as they’ll impact the battle a great deal.
  • Having all your Dazzits turn into +1’s isn’t necessarily bad either! The upgraded blues will help you recover from this, or they’re easy enough to break and replace.

The whale doesn’t have much other tips. Everthing of it’s, with the exception of one Dazzit, is weak and easy to manage.


 Soldier (Chapter 7)
Defeat the boss from chapter 7 in “Hard” difficulty.

Past Hulk Ogre


The Chapter 7 boss is Past Hulk Ogre, it’s essentially an upgraded Chapter 1 boss and just as easy. These are the skills that it’ll use: Seed of Anger (Inspires Lash out (2/1) when broken), Angry (+2/0 to all Dazzits), Pierce (Excess damage hurts you), Invincible (Dazzit becomes unbreakable), Tantrum (Adds Seeds of Anger to all Dazzits). Not much is needed in ways of tips, but here’s a few anyhow:

  • Like usual, make most of the support functions and visit the Yellow “!” for new Dazzits.
  • The newly upgraded skill tree has great offers; Develop Improvise, Develop Tough out, Develop Pelt, Develop Psyche up, Develop Firecracker. Any of the blue ones are pretty vital as they’ll impact the battle a great deal.
  • It’s Tantrum isn’t much concern as you’ll have powerful yellow’s and the develop tough out will let you handle all the summoned Lash out’s.
  • The invincibility isn’t much threat either. Use a chicken, an Improvised idea to get rid of it, or just waste a Dazzit to get it shifted.
  • Besides the above, handle it like you did in Chapter 1.

 Soldier (Chapter 8)
Defeat the boss from chapter 8 in “Hard” difficulty. 

Ministerror

The Chapter 8 boss is Ministerror, emphasis on the Terror. This boss is unbelieably annoying with these skills: Seed of Anger (Creates a 2/1 when broken), Countdown (Forced to use struggle when reaches 0), Scheme (+2/+2 to all Dazzits), Pressure (Breaks 3 POWs at the start of turn). Not made much easier, but here are some tips:

  • Almost every turn he’ll create a Dazzit with Countdown. The timer does not stop during Izzit>Dazzit animations or as effects play out. Not during support function selection or much of anything. So try your best to plan out your move to destroy/damage it before finishing current turns.
  • This is a gamble but it’s your best bet; the Dazzit with Pressure is permanent until broken meaning you’ll continuously lose 3 Pow’s every turn. In the very beginning as soon as you pull a Improvise, if you can, choose a Boom Izzit. That way you can immediately break the Pressure Dazzit A.S.A.P.
  • As always, chickens and gaining the yellow “!” Dazzits around the map are super helpful!
  • If you have these fully upgraded Eureka’s: Tough out, Psyche up, Firecracker, Pelt, and Improvise. Everything to keep your Dazzits from breaking, ripping down his guts, and gaining BP.

 Soldier (Nightmare Doll)
Defeat the Nightmare Doll in “Hard” difficulty.

Nightmare Doll

This Sub Quest boss is the Nightmare Doll and can be a nightmare if attempted when first available. Yes, the doll can still stir up trouble with these skills though: Feint (Randomly chooses your Dazzit to use), Jack-in-the-box (Deals 3 damage to body or Dazzit when broken), Devil dance (Transforms all Dazzits into 1/1), Dark laughter (Adds Jack-in-the-box to all Dazzits). With these tips though you’ll have no troubles:

  • Wait until Chapter 8. This way you have fully upgraded support functions AND largely upgraded Eureka’s.
  • If you have these fully upgraded Eureka’s: Tough out, Psyche up, Firecracker, and Improvise. You’ll be cheesing the doll with all the invincibility and Piercings as her Dazzits aren’t overly strong compared to your upgraded stuff now.
  • Utilizing Free Mobility is always a sound strategy to make use of Support Functions and Gimmicks.

 Soldier (Chapter 9)
Defeat the boss from chapter 9 in “Hard” difficulty.

Dragorren


The Chapter 9 boss (There’s 2 but only 1 counts) is Dragorren and it is a lengthy and enduring fight albeit not difficult. Yes, the dragon can still stir up trouble as he goes through 3 different phases:
Phase 1:
Feint (Random Dazzit chosen), Dragon Curse (Breaks Idea in Headspace), Serial Snap (If broken, add a 3/1 Dazzit x3), Gnaw (Prevents location change), Blow away (Changes Dazzit back into Izzit).

Phase 2:
Evil/Snap Jaw (Transforms into a 3/1 Dazzit if not broken), Petrify (Prevents the use of one of each color of Dazzit for a turn), Rip fang (+1/+0 times the number of your dazzits), Roar (Adds penalty to all your Dazzits), Glare (Changes 1 Dazzit to a 1/1).

Phase 3:
Wrath (Breaks a Dazzit), Dark Wave (Turns all Dazzits defenses to 1), Fuming (If broken, add a 3/1 Dazzit x3), Eerie Glow (Breaks 1 Pow).

Besides the above being overwhelming, Dragorren is not difficult with these tips:

  • Dragorren’s Guts are unlimited, you’ll have to visit certain Support Function NPC’s during each phase. So prioritize getting these fully upgraded Eureka’s: Charge, Dash Guard, Tough out, Pelt, and Firecracker.
  • You’ll be getting a lot of BP with all the All Break’s you’ll be getting, do not swap ideas. Save them for Refreshing your deck.
  • You’re main priority is to constantly be getting Free Mobility and getting to each NPC A.S.A.P.
  • When using Improvise try to choose Rush as it appears to get more Free Mobility.
  • You can save your game in-between each phase, utilize that.
  • You’ll get a free Deck Refresh from Pasmina’s Support Function AND very important as Phase 3 refresh is expensive(!) you can utilize Natz to make Refreshing Free!

 Archivist
Open all scrapbook entries.

Story Related
Scrapbook entries are automatically obtained upon talking to Villagers or defeating Monsters for the first time.

Below is a list of all the entries by chapter:
Note: A few folks have a 2nd entry, below is just their first appearance, but you can’t miss any.

Chapter 1:
•Axe
•Nelz
•Matock
•Pasmina
•Angard
•Ember
•Hulk Ogre

Chapter 2:
•Yarne
•Trulla
•Mrs. Taylor
•Minister
•Torren
•The King
•Margo
•Currie
•Korrie
•Cuatro(?)

Chapter 3:
•Witt
•Natz
•Minnie
•Master Anvil
•Coffin Master

Chapter 4:
•Venuseater

Chapter 5:
•Gatto
•Doggi
•Megalobird
•Insectnocide

Chapter 6:
•Monster Moby

Chapter 7:
•Cole
•Purl

Chapter 8:
•Ministerror

Chapter 9:
Dragorren


 Little Town Hero
Complete all quests.

Little Town Hero does not have a lot of quests, as the story ones are story related and un-missable they won’t be listed here. The ones below are only Sub Quests and you’ll know them because characters will have a Blue Bubble above them. The problem is that some side quests span multiple Chapters! So the format for reading below will follow as so:
The Chapter and which objectives of their quest are obtainable that chapter. Without further adieu:
Note: Visualizing counts as sub-quests but won’t be listed here either.

Chapter 2Objectives
A little wish1. A little girl’s wish: Obtained by initiating the quest. She’s on the main path towards the minister.
A mysterious girl1. What a scare: Obtained by initiating the quest. She is beside the field where you first trained.
2. Girl in the fields: Interact with the scarecrow in the field behind the lady.
Knowledge is power1. About the village: Obtained by initiating the quest. He is beside a sign, shortly before the Minister quest.
Chapter 3Objectives
Help out Pasmina1. Pet the sheep!: Immediately after clearing Where’s Granny Yarne? Pasmina will have this quest available.

2. Find the missing sheep:
Sheep 1 is found beside Pasmina’s house up the path that runs along the wheat fields.

3. Still not done with the sheep: Sheep 2 is found south of the Sheep field entrance.

4. Find the last sheep:
Follow the giant bridge towards the coal mine, but don’t go up any stairs. At the far end at the bottom of the stairs is your final sheep.
A little wish2. To Mrs. Taylor’s shop + 3. Mrs. Taylor’s support!: Talking to the little girl again will initiate the next 2 objectives. These objectives will play themselves out with a few choices made by you.
Knowledge is power2. Legend of the village: He is in the same spot, talk to him and listen to the next story.
A mysterious girl3. Who is the thief?: You’ll find the lady to talk to at the base of the tower past the Curryquette shop. You’ll then find Margo in the wheat fields beside Pasmina’s house.
Anvil’s homework1. Use your weapon well!: Talk to Master Anvil immediately after finishing Talk to Natz to initiate the quest.
Chapter 4Objectives
Capture all the chickens!1. 13 chickens to find:
Refer to Chicken Keeper for the locations.
2. Report back to the old lady!: After finding all 13 chickens speak with the NPC again.
Knowledge is power3. About the castle: Talk to the NPC again.
Chapter 5Objectives
Stone in the water1. Check the river near home: Interact with the river beside Axe’s house.
2. Back to the researcher!: Return to the NPC.
3. What monsters like?: Defeat the Insectnocide. Refer to Soldier (Insectnocide) for more details.
Monster perfume!1. Find the ingredient: Talk to Minnie inside the item shop.
Chapter 6Objectives
Anvil’s Homework1. Use your weapon well!: Talk to Anvil.
2. Test the renewed weapon! + 3. You`re the man: Agree to test the weapon out in battle then defeat Anvil.
Ancestral Ale1. Find the entrance to the cave: You must have started Minnie;`s quest in a previous chapter to unlock this! Talk to the NPC where at the bottom of the graveyard cliff. and write down his notes!
2. Explore the cave + 3. Obtain the exquisite ale: Go to the door in the middle of the railway at the bottom of the stairs. Follow the instructions that were on paper.
Monster perfume1. Find the ingredient:
Complete Ancestral Ale.
2. Report to Minnie:
Talk to Minnie after completing Ancestral Ale.
3. Fight the fly: Another puzzle-esque battle, defeat the fly to complete this.
Chapter 8Objectives
A mysterious girl4. Nightmare: Speak to the NPC beside the tower in-town to initiate this final objective. You’ll have to resolve the quest through fighting the Nightmare Doll, refer to Soldier (Nightmare Doll) for more details on the boss.

 Visualizer (Chapter 6)
Defeat the boss from chapter 6 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 6’s boss is the Monster Moby. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Lethal Matock
Finish a boss using Matock’s ability.

Matock’s ability “Matock’s kick” is a support function during a battle. Matock’s Kick “Deals 3 damage to the enemy’s Body.” This ability will prioritize the “Guts” but if there are no “Guts” then it will do direct heart damage. What you will want to do is get the boss to 1 heart and no “Guts”, then either land on Matock’s space naturally or use “Free Mobility” from your Dash Guard, Charge, or Rush to move to his space (Also obtainable from a if you run during an All Break). Press L1 to call the support function and have him finish off the boss.


 Visualizer (Chapter 9)
Defeat the boss from chapter 9 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero where you can fight previously beaten monsters again. To unlock Visualizing you’ll need to complete A mysterious girls’ 2. Girl in the fields. It’s a side-quest that you can obtain at the very beginning of Chapter 2 before any story progression. Once unlocked you’ll be able to access visualizing by visiting the scarecrow at anytime you have free roaming capabilities.

The Visualized enemies are:
Chapter 1; Hulk Ogre.
Chapter 2; Cuatro(?)
Chapter 3; Coffin Master
Chapter 4; Venuseater
Sub Quest; Insectnocide
Chapter 5; Megalobird
Chapter 6; Monster Moby
Chapter 7; Past Hulk Ogre
Sub Quest; Nightmare Doll
Chapter 8; Ministerror
Chapter 9; Dragorren


 Visualizer (Nightmare Doll)
Defeat the Nightmare Doll through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. The Nightmare Doll is a sub quest boss from the Mysterious Girl questline. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Visualizer (Chapter 8)
Defeat the boss from chapter 8 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 8’s boss is the Ministerror. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Visualizer (Chapter 7)
Defeat the boss from chapter 7 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 7’s boss is the Past Hulk Ogre. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Visualizer (Chapter 5)
Defeat the boss from chapter 5 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 5’s boss is the Megalobird. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Visualizer (Insectnocide)
Defeat the Insectnocide through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. The Insectnocide is a sub quest boss from the Discoverer questline . Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Fashionista
Take the little girl to the general store.

A little wish


The Fashionista quest-line refers to “A little wish”, a rather simple sub quest that’ll span Chapters 2 & 3. You’ll have to accompany a little girl to the clothing store and that is it, the quest plays itself out with a few input choices from you. Refer to Little Town Hero for more information.


 Chapter 2
Finish chapter 2.

Story Related
Chapter 2 is less of an introductory chapter. It’ll allow freedom of exploration throughout your small town along with introductions of a few side quests! Still a lot of mystery to be found, but you’ll get some nice history in this chapter.


 Chapter 3
Finish chapter 3.

Story Related.
A chapter with a few new faces and a lot more side quest progress! You’ll get to complete some this time around, Shepherd and Fashionista! As for the story, you’ll get to learn some town traditions and some history!


 Chapter 4
Finish chapter 4.

Story Related
A chapter with more side quest progress! You’ll get to complete some this time too, Chicken Keeper and Historian! As for the story, you’ll get to learn more about the new girl!


 Chapter 5
Finish chapter 5.

Story Related
This chapter will have your first (as you’re putting off the Doll) Sub Quest Boss! You’ll also get to finish Discoverer and start Always Elegant. Story-wise you’ll be pining for more information and the truth behind the stones!


 Chapter 6
Finish chapter 6.

Story Related
Besides the Nightmare Doll you’ll fight in Chapter 8, all your final sub quests are here; Anvil’s homework, Always Elegant, and Ancestral Ale! besides that this chapter is surprisingly really short, you’ll be barraged by the boss very early on. As for the story, it’s more theories from the ancient book and tests with the stones!


 Chapter 7
Finish chapter 7.

Story Related
This chapter is the first without sub quests since they’ve been introduced! So enjoy the story! Story-wise it’s a peculiar chapter; you’ll learn more of the stones, character backstory, and history through a unique way.


 Chapter 8
Finish chapter 8.

Story Related
This chapter you’ll finally get to tackle the elusive Nightmare Doll you’ve been avoiding! Story-wise, you’re going to finally get the answers to everything and who is on your side or not (Though you probably already guessed it all)! This is pretty much the conclusion to 90% of the game’s plot, whereas Chapter 9 is the wrap-up and finale.


 Chapter 9
Finish chapter 9.

Story Related.
This chapter is the final chapter! Without side-quests, it’ll just be a push forward! Except, you’ll want to stop before speaking to your mother, so you can nab the Visualizer (Chapter 9) trophy. This is a lengthy chapter with a lot of story! Chapter 9 has 2 bosses, one of which is a 3-part boss! Though Chapter 9 pop’s after that bosses, the ‘epilogue’ is listed as during Chapter 9 as well so it’s included in the picture above.


 Always Elegant
Complete Minnie’s request.

Monster perfume

Minnie’s request refers to “Monster perfume” quest-line and it’s one of the trickier, not difficult quests to achieve. She always hides out in the shop so it could be before, but following above it’ll start in Chapter 5. There needs to be 1 chapter advancement before you can continue. Then in Chapter 6 (Or the following chapter), you’ll have to complete the Ancestral Ale quest-line to get the ingredient for perfume. If you need more help, refer to Little Town Hero for more details.


 Chapter 1
Finish chapter 1.

Story Related.
Chapter 1 is a short chapter that is mostly involved with teaching the basics of the game alongside a tiny amount of story. The argument you have with your mom after injuring Angard, will lead you into a boss fight concluding this chapter.


 Historian
Listen to all the historical stories the old man has to tell.

Knowledge is power quest

The historical stores refers to “Knowledge is power” quest and it’ll take place first through 3 different parts; Chapter 2, 3, and 4. The easiest quest-line in the game though, you have to listen to 3 different short stories about history. You will find this gentleman at the start of the shops.


 Shepherd
Find all the sheep that ran away from Pasmina’s farm.

Help out Pasmina

The Shepherd quest-line refers to “Help out Pasmina” and the entirety of it can be found in Chapter 3. Near the beginning of chapter 3 you’ll have a quest-line “What gift?” with an objective “Where’s Granny Yarne?”. Upon completing this objective, you’ll immediately be able to ask Pasmina to start her sub quest. All 3 sheep are ridiculously easy to find, and all 3 are located on the farmlands. If you have any trouble refer to Little Town Hero for more details or see the pictures below.


 Good Maintenance
Get Master Anvil to upgrade your weapon.

Anvil’s homework

The upgrading weapon refers to “Anvil’s homework” quest-line and it’s split between Chapter 3 and Chapter 6. You’ll have to defeat a quite a few monsters before your weapon will be roughed up, which is the 3 chapter gap between progression. You’ll have to test the new weapon out on him as well, refer to Little Town Hero for more details.


 Chicken Keeper
Find all the escaped chickens from the farm.

Capture all the chickens!

The escaped chickens refers to “Capture all the chickens!” and at the very beginning of Chapter 4 this sub quest will become available for you. Head to the far end of the farm to find the NPC to talk to. She’ll ask you to find the 13 chickens that have escaped. Below are the locations of the 13 chickens, and 11 photos of their locations (The event chickens are activated when walked near).:

  • An alleyway beside Mr. Currie’s Shop.
  • On a fence behind the tower (in-town).
  • Go down to the dock opposite of Mr. Curries shop; beneath the bridge.
  • Inside the furnace building.
  • Event: walk past the furnace building.
  • Inside the general store
  • Beside Axe’s house to the right.
  • Inside Axe’s house.
  • In a mine cart outside the coal mines.
  • Bottom of a cliff past the graveyard.
  • At a station in the middle of the railways.
  • At the altar under the bridge (by farm).
  • Event: a cliff behind the fence near the scarecrow (hug the fence).

 Discoverer
Complete the researcher’s request.

The researcher’s request refers to “Stone in the water” quest and somewhat into Chapter 5 this sub quest will become available for you. It’s not a particularly long quest, but it does require you to defeat the Insectnocide Monster. You’ll find the start of the quest at the base of the tower in-city. Refer to Little Town Hero for more information, and Soldier (Insectnocide) for details on the boss.


 Visualizer (Chapter 1)
Defeat the boss from chapter 1 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 1’s boss is the Hulk Ogre. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Visualizer (Chapter 2)
Defeat the boss from chapter 2 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 2’s boss is the Cuatro(?). Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Visualizer (Chapter 3)
Defeat the boss from chapter 3 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 3’s boss is the Coffin Master. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Visualizer (Chapter 4)
Defeat the boss from chapter 4 through visualizing.

Visualizing is a mechanic in Little Town Hero that let’s you re-fight previous monsters. Chapter 4’s boss is the Venuseater. Refer to Visualizer (Chapter 9) for further details.


 Lethal Chicken
Finish a boss using a chicken gimick.

Starting Chapter 2 during the boss fight you’ll be introduced to Gimmick’s. A Gimmick is a support function that you can interact with using a specified Dazzit. For this particular trophy you’ll need to use the “Little chicken” gimmick, which requires the Throw Dazzit. Just like the Lethal Matock trophy, the boss will need to have no guts and on it’s last remaining heart then either land on Little chicken’s space naturally or use “Free Mobility” from your Dash Guard, Charge, or Rush to move to his space (Also obtainable from a if you retreat during an All Break). Press L1 to call the support function and have it finish off the boss.