Final Fantasy III: All Trophies Listed

Final Fantasy III Pixel Remaster trophies listed

After initially being released on mobile and PC, the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters have arrived in a collection for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on April 19, 2023. The bundle comprises remasters of the first six games in the legendary series of JRPGs, and for PlayStation gamers, features six separate trophy lists for each title in the Final Fantasy compilation. Let’s take a look at the trophy list for the third game in the storied franchise, Final Fantasy III, which initially launched on the Nintendo Entertainment System (also known as Family Computer) all the way back in 1990.

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Final Fantasy III Pixel Remaster Trophies

Master of III (Platinum Trophy)

Earned all trophies.

Hope of the Wind (Bronze Trophy)

Received power from the Wind Crystal. 

Crushing Force (Bronze Trophy)

Smashed the boulder and cleared the path.

A Watchman’s Duty (Bronze Trophy)

Prevented the destruction of the Tower of Owen.

Hope of Fire (Bronze Trophy)

Received power from the Fire Crystal.

Hope of Water (Bronze Trophy)

Received power from the Water Crystal.

A Peaceful Saronia (Bronze Trophy)

Defeated Garuda and saved Saronia.

Waking from Dreamland (Bronze Trophy)

Awoke Unei with Noah’s Lute.

Hope of the Earth (Bronze Trophy)

Received power from the Earth Crystal. 

Enter the Darkness (Bronze Trophy)

Defeated Xande and entered the world of darkness.

A Vision of Hope (Silver Trophy)

Defeated the Cloud of Darkness and restored peace to the world.

Forbidden Weapons (Silver Trophy)

Obtained all weapons sealed in Eureka. 

Summon Master (Gold Trophy)

Learned all summon magic.

Job Trainee (Bronze Trophy)

Leveled up one job to level 10.

Senior Worker (Silver Trophy)

Leveled up one job to level 50.

Management Laborer (Gold Trophy)

Leveled up one job to level 99.

Seasoned Hero (Silver Trophy)

Reached level 50 for all party members.

Apprentice Warrior (Bronze Trophy)

Defeated 100 monsters.

Experienced Warrior (Bronze Trophy)

Defeated 300 monsters.

Legendary Warrior (Silver Trophy)

Defeated 500 monsters.

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Field Research- Basic (Bronze Trophy)

Completed 10% of the Bestiary entries.

Field Research- Advanced (Silver Trophy)

Completed 50% of the Bestiary entries.

Field Research- Professional (Gold Trophy)

Completed 100% of the Bestiary entries.

Thrifty Spender (Bronze Trophy)

Obtained 10,000 gil.

Smart Saver (Bronze Trophy)

Obtained 100,000 gil.

Moneybags (Silver Trophy)

Obtained 500,000 gil.

Rookie Treasure Hunter (Bronze Trophy)

Collected treasure from 10% of the chests.

Veteran Treasure Hunter (Silver Trophy)

Collected treasure from 50% of the chests.

Legendary Treasure Hunter (Gold Trophy)

Collected treasure from 100% of the chests.

Item Detector (Gold Trophy)

Obtained all hidden items.

Adventurous Wayfarer (Gold Trophy)

Traveled to all the map locations.

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