All Trophies in Persona 5 Tactica

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Image of Ryuji summoning his persona in Persona 5 Tactica.
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If you’re a completionist hoping to score all the trophies in Persona 5 Tactica, it might take a while to pull this off. Below is a guide to all 40 earnable trophies in the spin-off title, including crucial tips to unlock the most difficult trophies.

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Persona 5 Tactica Trophy Guide

As a reminder before reading through this guide, you’ll have to beat Persona 5 Tactica almost twice to get all the trophies. A few trophies require you to play through New Game+ in order to unlock all Personas and reach the max level cap. Besides those few, most trophies can be earned while playing through the story regularly and completing side activities fully. With that out of the way, here’s a list of all the trophies for Persona 5 Tactica:

Legendary Phantom Thief: Earned all other trophies in Persona 5 Tactica.

A Tale of Revolution: Completed the game.

Collection of Knowledge: Filled all entries in the Persona Compendium.

Grand Thievery: Earned all awards.

Quality Time at Leblanc: Watched all Leblanc Talk conversations.

Unparalleled Growth: Reached max level.

Metaverse Aristocrat: Accumulated 666,666 yen.

The Ultimate Mask: Fused Satanael. You must finish all the Quests in the game and be at least level 96 to fuse Satanael through Special Fusion.

Conqueror of Kingdoms: Completed all Quests.

Weapons Master: Purchased 50 unique weapons.

Well Traveled: Traversed 10,000 squares.

The Battle Begins: Reunited the Phantom Thieves.

Ultimate Strike: Dealt 2,000 damage in a single attack. The trophy description can be a bit misleading; you can attack multiple enemies to hit this number rather than focus on a single foe. Players have found some success using Ann’s Hellfire attack on a group of enemies to get the trophy later in the game.

Endless Journey: Played through 500 turns.

You’re Wide Open!: Triggered One More 200 times.

Perfect Aim: Performed 100 shooting attacks.

Close-Quarters Offensive: Performed 100 melee attacks.

Manifest Your Will: Used Persona skills 100 times.

Walk Your Own Path: Used unique skills 50 times.

Stylish Synergy: Performed an All-Out Attack 50 times.

Irreplaceable Bonds: Performed a Baton Pass 10 times.

New Heights: Learned the final skill in a skill tree.

Accidents Happen: Witnessed a fusion accident.

Big Spender: Purchased 10 weapons.

Lavenza’s Aid: Gained the ability to fuse Personas.

Novice Dismantler: Disassembled weapons 10 times.

Novice Craftsman: Fused weapons 10 times.

Savior of the Land: Defeated the first Kingdom’s boss.

A Bright Future Ahead: Defeated the second Kingdom’s boss.

Those That Conquer Their Past: Defeated the third Kingdom’s boss.

A Will for Change: Defeated the fourth Kingdom’s boss.

Sleep Craftsman: Inflicted Sleep using fusion weapons 20 times.

Come, Arsène!: Inflicted Despair on enemies with Joker 20 times.

Take That Treasure, Kidd!: Inflicted Shock on enemies with Ryuji 20 times.

Show Them Your Might, Zorro!: Swept away enemies with Morgana 20 times.

Dance, Carmen!: Inflicted Burn on enemies with Ann 20 times.

Wipe Them Out, Goemon!: Inflicted Freeze on enemies with Yusuke 20 times.

Ride, Johanna!: Pulled enemies into Vortex with Makoto 20 times.

Bewitch Them, Milady!: Hypnotized enemies with Haru 20 times.

No Mercy!: Inflicted Forget with Erina 20 times.

And that’s all the trophies you get in Persona 5 Tactica! As you can see, most are simple completion-based trophies without too much hassle – just be mindful that you’ll have to beat the game a couple of times to get them all.

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