Eiyuden Chronicle Rising – Achievement Guide

Guide to all 50 achievements!

Introduction

This is a guide to all 50 achievements.

When going for all the achievements you will need to ensure you have all the tools leveled up. Additionally accessories that increase drop rate, yield, and rng boost are really good for farming certain items that you may need.

All 50 Achievements!

  1. Plenty More To Go

This is earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. Partners?

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. …And Your Tax Money

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. All Bark, No Bite

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. Magical Mineral Golem

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. The Lords of the Snowpeak

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. The Lava Mantor Worm

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. This Treasure I’ve Found

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. The Road to Recovery

Earned by completing one side quest.

  1. One-Hundred Resident Record

Completed by doing all the side quests that earn you stamps. This will also complete your black stamp card.

  1. A Girl About the Town

Completed by doing side quests that earn enough stamps to complete your silver stamp card. Silver stamp card is the first card you have available to you.

  1. The Go-To Girl

Complete enough side quests to fully stamp you gold stamp card. Gold stamp card is the card you get AFTER the silver card.

  1. The Pride of the Town

Completed by doing side quests that earn enough stamps to complete the platinum stamp card. The platinum stamp card is AFTER the gold stamp card.

  1. A Local Hero

Completed by doing side quests that earn enough stamps to complete the black stamp card. The black stamp card is AFTER the platinum stamp card. This card will need to be completed AFTER the main story quest completes. There are a total of 160 stamps to be earned to complete all the cards.

  1. Scavenger’s Honor

This one can be earned by normal gameplay as long as you don’t ignore side quests and don’t use a lot of fast travel through zones. Using the Inn’s exp booster bath is also a good way to speed this up.

  1. One Mean Merc

Earned the same way as CJ. Basically he will level up as CJ levels up. Nothing additional needed for just him.

  1. Adept, for an Acting Mayor

Earned the same way as CJ. Basically she will level up as CJ levels up. Nothing additional needed for just her.

  1. No One Better

This will most likely be earned post main story quests. It can be any character whether they are active or just in party. You’ll want to complete the post story side quests as well as the hard modes bosses (they give a ton of xp). Using the Inn’s xp bath helps speed this up.

  1. Full Force – CJ

To earn this you need to complete all the side quests for the Smithy, the Weapon Shop, and the Armor Shop. You’ll then need to purchase each upgrade all the way to 5 stars. The Weapon Shop and Armor Shop will say “MAX” in the item name. The Smithy max is level 30 for armor and weapons. Example below:

  1. Full Force – Garoo

Same as CJ.

  1. Full Force – Isha

Same as CJ.

  1. Arms Master

Earned by upgrading all three members weapons to max. The Smithy and Weapon Shop side quests need to be fully completed. Max level from the Smithy is 30 (5 star). Max level from the Weapon Shop is “MAX” (5 star).

  1. Armor Master

Earned by upgrading all three members armor to max. The Smithy and Armor Shop side quests need to be fully completed. Max level from the Smithy is 30 (5 star). Max level from the Armor Shop is “MAX” (5 star).

  1. Amateur Adventurer

Earned by killing mobs and gathering resources in the dungeons. Should be completed through normal gameplay.

  1. Hopeful Hunter

Earned through normal gameplay (unless you completely ignore killing anything lol).

  1. No Treasure Left Behind

This one is earned through killing all types of enemies AND gathering all types of resources. I believe this also includes purchasing certain resources from the Farm and the Pasturage. This should complete on its own if you are fully leveling up the town and doing side quests.

  1. Natural Born Monster-Killer

Earned through normal gameplay unless you ignore mobs.

  1. On Outlander Lane

Earned through normal gameplay. Most likely will be earned from upgrading armor/weapon, but it can be any shop.

  1. New Nevaeh’s Number One Customer

Purchase/Craft at least 1 item from each shop to earn this.

  1. Gourmand

Craft a max level meal from the Tavern, put it on any character. Max level for the Tavern is 5 star.

  1. Accessorizer

Craft a max level accessory. Max level for the Accessory shop is +5 (5 star).

  1. Sommelier

Craft a max level consumable. You must craft the item from the shop based on my playthrough. Max level for the Apothecary is +5 (5 star).

  1. Rune Scholar

Craft a max level rune. Max level for the Rune Shop is +3 (3 star).

  1. Money, Money, Money

This is cumulative earned throughout the game NOT your current wallet. This is easily earned if you are side questing. You do NOT need to sell items to earn this.

  1. First Time Fishing

Earned by fishing at a fishing spot for the first time. Requires the 1 star fishing pole (starter pole). Fishing poles are from the Tools Shop. You will need to complete the Tool Shop first side quest to open this shop.

  1. First Time Hunting

Earned by placing a trap on a hunting spot. You will need a 1 star (starter trap) from the Tool Shop. Some things to note:

  • There are side quests that guarantee you trap something.
  • There are accessories that can help in rng of successful (and higher quality) trap.
  • If you don’t get a successful trap, just keep trying – it’s rng based and can fail.
  1. Elementum Primo

Earned through normal story gameplay.

  1. Fishing Master

Catch a max grade fish. Max grade fish are essentially the tier 3 fish type. You will need a fishing pole. Fishing poles are from the Tool Shop. This achievement can be earned directly from a side quest OR you can upgrade your fishing pole to max level +3 (3 star) and use fishing bonus accessories.

  1. Meat Master

Obtained max. grade meat.

  1. Elementum Mastery

This is earned by breaking all 4 types of the elemental pillars. You will need the Rune Shop to be able to obtain 1 of each rune type lens. You only need to break 1 of each pillar (total not per level or per dungeon). Pillar types are as follows:

  • Golden color = Earth
  • Blue color = Ice
  • Green color = Lightning
  • Red color = Fire
  1. The Great Forest…On Foot!

100% explore the Great Forest. This is earned by unlocking each path which will require various elemental pillars to be destroyed.

  1. The Quarry…On Foot!

100% explore the Quarry. This is earned by unlocking each path which will require various elemental pillars to be destroyed.

  1. The Snowpeak…On Foot!

100% explore the Snowpeak. This is earned by unlocking each path which will require various elemental pillars to be destroyed. Additionally this dungeon will require having CJ’s dash be usable in the air (and possibly expanded as far as possible).

  1. The Lava Ruins…On Foot!

100% explore the Lava Ruins. This is earned by unlocking each path which will require various elemental pillars to be destroyed.

  1. The Runebarrows…On Foot!

100% explore the Runebarrows. This is earned by unlocking each path which will require various elemental pillars to be destroyed.

  1. Champion of the Great Forest

Beat the Tree boss in the Great Forest on Hard Mode. Hard mode is unlocked once you complete the main story.

  1. Champion of the Quarry

Beat the Golem boss in the Quarry on Hard Mode. Hard mode is unlocked once you complete the main story.

  1. Champion of the Snowpeak

Beat the Snow Brothers boss in the Snowpeak on Hard Mode. Hard mode is unlocked once you complete the main story.

  1. Champion of the Lava Ruins

Beat the Lava Wurm boss in the Lava Ruins on Hard Mode. Hard mode is unlocked once you complete the main story.

  1. Rising Champion

Beat the final boss on Hard Mode. Hard mode is unlocked once you complete the main story.

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