Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae Trophy Guide

Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae

34 Trophies (1305 Points)

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15

Console

PlayStation 4

Release Date

February 16th, 2020

Publisher

AGM Playism, Zenith Blue

Developer

Zenith Blue

FAQ

How long does it take to beat Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae and unlock all trophies?

About 15 hours

How difficult is it to beat Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae and unlock all trophies?

Hard (7/10)

Does Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae have online trophies?

No

Does Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae have difficulty-specific trophies?

Yes

Does Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae have missable trophies?

There are no missable trophies in Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae.

Does Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae have glitched trophies?

No

What is the minimum number of playthroughs required to unlock all trophies in Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae?

You will need to complete a Playthrough for each difficulty. That means completing the game at least 5 times, but the campaign is mercifully short.

Does Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae have a Platinum Trophy?

Yes

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How to Unlock All Trophies in Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae for PlayStation 4

Welcome to our Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae Trophy Guide. Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae is a strange game. The entire thing is just 6 stages long and consists of the same repetitive wave-based combat.

The trophy journey is short enough that the quickly-stale gameplay can be overlooked but only if you’re someone who’s got impeccable timing. This platinum trophy is going to require you to be the game on all 5 difficulties. The latter of which is a brutal test of your timing, patience, and skill.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you…

Phase One – Tutorial

Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae keeps its Tutorial separate from the rest of the game and it is not integrated into the story the way you might expect from more modern games.

As such, this first phase of our Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae trophy guide is therefore dedicated to just completing this quick 5-minute tutorial.

Tutorial Trophy

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Kenshi

Watch the tutorial

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When you’re on the main menu at the start of the game, choose the “Tutorial” option to be taken to the game’s tutorial area. There, you can either complete the tutorials one-by-one, or just choose “Complete Tutorial” to make them start up back-to-back.

The tutorials are very short and just require you to input some very basic controls before moving on. After as little as five minutes, the tutorial should be complete and the “Kenshi” trophy will be yours.

Phase Two – Easy Difficulty Playthrough

Once you’ve completed the tutorial, you should have a basic enough grasp of the controls to begin your first playthrough. There are 5 difficulties in Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae, three of which are available from the beginning. There is also a trophy tied to each difficulty but, unlike other games, difficulty trophies cannot be stacked.

You will need to complete a separate playthrough for each Difficulty. Fortunately, your upgrades will carry over across playthroughs, so you’ll get slightly stronger in line with the game getting harder.

Obviously, it makes the most sense to complete the Easy Difficulty playthrough first, so that’s where we’ll begin…

Throughout the trophy journey, you’re welcome to try and unlock any of the Combat Trophies but there’s an optional cleanup phase at the end of the trophy journey if you end up needing it. It’s more likely that you’ll unlock the majority of them naturally, however.

One thing you should be sure to do throughout your first playthrough especially is to buy Upgrades. You can do so from the “Upgrades” option in the pause menu. I recommend prioritizing the “Divine Wind,” “Maximum health,” “Hand-to-hand combat,” “Flourish,” “Health Recovery,” and “Katana Gauge Maximum” upgrades as these will help a lot moving forward in future playthroughs.

Unmissable Story Trophies

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Ten Lives

Defeat 10 enemies

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Unmissable

Cumulative

The “Ten Lives” trophy will unlock when you have defeated your first 10 enemies. You’ll defeat far more than 10 enemies even just in your first Playthrough, making this an unmissable trophy.

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Kaina

Defeat stage 1 boss “Kaina”

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Story

Unmissable

The first boss you will come to meet, Kaina, will attack you at the end of Stage 1. He’s a pretty easy boss on all difficulties.

His attacks are easily avoided if you just keep mobile. Move around him as much as you can and always start an attack combo from behind. Using + to dodge-roll through any of his attacks will allow you to stay close to him and keep dealing damage.

Once he enters bleeding state after a few solid attacks, he’ll be stunned and much easier to damage, especially with Zanshin attacks.

Reach and defeat Kaina for the first time to receive the “Kaina” trophy.

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Hundred Lives

Defeat 100 enemies

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Unmissable

Cumulative

To unlock the “Hundred Lives” trophy, you need to defeat your first 100 enemies. As with the “Ten Lives” trophy, you’ll defeat far more than 100 enemies even just in your first Playthrough, making this an unmissable trophy.

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Kaiser

Defeat stage 2 boss “Kaiser”

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Story

Unmissable

Kaiser is the boss at the end of the second stage. It’s the first boss to really pose an actual challenge, but once you know how to handle him, he starts to get much easier.

For me, the method that worked was to repeat the following queue of actions:

  • Run around the perimeter of the arena to easily avoid all of Kaiser’s attacks.
  • When you see an opening, hold and press up to 2 times to trigger a Divine Wind attack. You may need to purchase the Divine Wind Upgrade.
  • This should cause Kaiser to enter bleeding state. While he’s glowing red, input some combos to deal extra damage and charge your katana gauge.
  • When you feel like he might leave bleeding state, run away from him as he will explode, dealing damage in a radius.

Repeat the above until you eventually deplete Kaiser’s health bar and defeat him. This will cause the “Kaiser” trophy to unlock.

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Suzuka

Defeat stage 3 boss “Suzuka”

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Story

Unmissable

Reaching and defeating Suzuka at the end of Stage 3 will unlock the “Suzuka” trophy.

I found that the exact method described for defeating Kaiser also worked here, at least on the easier difficulties, it just requires a little bit more patience and caution!

When it comes to fighting her on harder difficulties later in your trophy journey, you will need to master the art of flourishing.

To Flourish (once you’ve bought the Flourish Upgrade) you will need to press with impeccable timing against an enemy attack, ever-so-slightly before the exact point of impact. When it comes to the Suzuka fight, you will need to do this every time she does a jumping down-slash attack. Every other attack will need to be dodged.

After landing a flourish on her, use three Iai Strikes ( + once you have purchased the upgrade) back-to-back to bring her closer to bleeding status. Once she is bleeding, spam Zanshin attacks until she leaves bleeding status. Then rinse and repeat until she’s defeated.

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Magatsu Kaina

Defeat stage 4 boss “Magatsu Kaina”

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Story

Unmissable

Magatsu Kaina is the boss at the end of Stage 4. Reach and defeat him for the first time to unlock the Magatsu Kaina trophy.

Magatsu Kaina is the first boss again, except this time it has two arms. The strategy for Kaiser will work here for most of your playthroughs.

On harder difficulties, you can either just avoid his attacks and slowly chip away at his health with Iai Strikes and Divine Wind attacks, or try to land a Flourish. You can even Flourish-parry the orange blades that rise out of the ground and, if you’re close enough to him when you do it, he’ll take damage and become stunned.

After landing a flourish, hit him with three back-to-back Iai Strikes ( + ). Repeat this until he enters Bleeding Status and then you can use attacks to deal another big chunk fo damage.

Repeat all of the above until he is defeated.

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Magatsu Suzuka

Defeat stage 5 boss “Magatsu Suzuka”

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Story

Unmissable

Stage 5 is just one big fight with Suzuka.

Suzuka will fight you in much the same way as before, the main difference being that she will now do three down-swing attacks. The same strategies will work, but it will likely take a lot more practice to get right on harder difficulties.

Note that if you land a Flourish parry on Suzuka’s first down-swing attack in a combo, the other two won’t hurt you thanks to invincibility frames.

Once you defeat her, the Magatsu Suzuka trophy will unlock and you’ll be immediately thrown into a fight with Magatsu Hino Tsurugi.

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Magatsu Hino Tsurugi

Defeat stage 6 boss “Magatsu Hino Tsurugi”

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Story

Unmissable

The Magatsu Hino Tsurugi boss fight takes place immediately after the fight with Magatsu Suzuka, despite it technically being “Stage 6.”

The best way to defeat Magatsu Hino Tsurugi is to wait for her to do an attack which is a string of 5 sword swings. Block the first one by just holding and then try to Just Guard the second one by releasing and then holding it again when the attack lands. Now, just before her third sword swing, hit to trigger a Flourish attack (if you have purchased the Flourish Upgrade).

This will deal massive damage and leave her in a bleeding state. Next, you can spam attacks to recover your health and Katana Gauge a bit.

Once the boss leaves the Bleeding State, repeat the above until she has been defeated.

This strategy should work on harder difficulties too, you’ll just need to be a bit more perfect in your execution each time and use the Flourish parry at every opportunity.

The Flourish parry in this fight is incredibly difficult to pull off. Depending on how good your timing is, you’ll either sit for hours just trying to pull it off once, or you’ll laugh all the way through the fight, parrying everything she throws at you.

Complete Easy Difficulty

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Kenkaku

Clear Easy difficulty

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Difficulty-Specific

After you have completed all 6 stages and defeated Magatsu Hino Tsurugi on Easy Difficulty, the Kenkaku trophy will unlock. You cannot unlock this trophy on any other difficulties, making it unstackable.

Phase Three – Normal Difficulty Playthrough

Now that your Easy Difficulty Playthrough is done, make sure that you SAVE before leaving to the main menu. From the Title Screen, select “Continue” and then choose your latest save file.

In the menu that opens up, select “Game Restart” and then choose “Normal” difficulty. You’ll be warned that story progress will be lost, but you’ll see that your Upgrades and SP will be carried over!

For the remainder of this phase, work your way through the game’s 5-ish stages until you reach and defeat the final boss again.

Complete Normal Difficulty

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Kengo

Clear Normal difficulty

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Difficulty-Specific

After you have completed all 6 stages and defeated Magatsu Hino Tsurugi on Normal Difficulty, the Kengo trophy will unlock. You cannot unlock this trophy on any other difficulties, making it unstackable.

Phase Four – Hard Difficulty Playthrough

At the “CLEAR” screen of your Normal Difficulty Playthrough, make sure you SAVE your progress. Once done, you can return to the title screen.

From the Title Screen, select “Continue” and then choose your latest save file.

In the menu that opens up, select “Game Restart” and then choose “Hard” difficulty. You’ll be warned that story progress will be lost, but you’ll see that your Upgrades and SP will be carried over!

For the remainder of this phase, work your way through the game’s 5-ish stages until you reach and defeat the final boss again.

The hard difficulty playthrough will really test your mettle. This is what makes or breaks most Trophy Hunters’ attempts at this game. With that being said, if you can practice enough to burn through this difficulty, you should know everything you’ll need to make it through the next two playthroughs, too!

The key thing you’ll need to master here is the Flourish technique. With it, you can parry enemy attacks by pressing with perfect timing when an attack hits you.

Successfully executing this technique deals enormous damage to all enemies, including bosses. On harder difficulties, the boss fights will be impossible unless you learn to flourish with pinpoint accuracy.

Best of luck…

Complete Hard Difficulty

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Kensei

Clear Hard difficulty

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Difficulty-Specific

After you have completed all 6 stages and defeated Magatsu Hino Tsurugi on Hard Difficulty, the Kensei trophy will unlock. You cannot unlock this trophy on any other difficulties, making it unstackable.

Phase Five – Very Hard Difficulty Playthrough

At the “CLEAR” screen of your Hard Difficulty Playthrough, make sure you SAVE your progress. Once done, you can return to the title screen.

From the Title Screen, select “Continue” and then choose your latest save file.

In the menu that opens up, select “Game Restart” and then choose the newly-unlocked “Very Hard” difficulty. You’ll be warned that story progress will be lost, but you’ll see that your Upgrades and SP will be carried over!

For the remainder of this phase, work your way through the game’s 5-ish stages until you reach and defeat the final boss again.

Don’t forget to keep practicing the Flourish technique and buying upgrades throughout this playthrough. You will have an insurmountable difficult time with the Suzuka fights if you don’t get the Flourish technique down to a T.

Complete Very Hard Difficulty

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Mitsurugi

Clear Very Hard difficulty

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Difficulty-Specific

After you have completed all 6 stages and defeated Magatsu Hino Tsurugi on Very Hard Difficulty, the Mitsurugi trophy will unlock. You cannot unlock this trophy on any other difficulties, making it unstackable.

Phase Six – Inferno Difficulty Playthrough

At the “CLEAR” screen of your Very Hard Difficulty Playthrough, make sure you SAVE your progress. Once done, you can return to the title screen. From there, select “Continue” and then choose your latest save file.

In the menu that opens up, select “Game Restart” and then choose the newly-unlocked “Inferno” difficulty. You’ll be warned that story progress will be lost, but you’ll see that your Upgrades and SP will be carried over!

For the remainder of this phase, work your way through this difficulty’s 6 incredibly challenging stages until you reach and defeat the final boss again.

This will be your ultimate test. On Inferno difficulty you will die in just one hit, so you’ll now need to be able to avoid taking damage completely. Fortunately, there are checkpoints after each wave, so you can just take things one wave at a time until you get things down pat.

Complete Inferno Difficulty

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Top of Her Class

Clear Inferno difficulty

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Difficulty-Specific

Skill-based

After you have completed all 6 stages and defeated Magatsu Hino Tsurugi on Inferno Difficulty, the Top of Her Class trophy will unlock.

On Inferno difficulty, you will die in just one hit. This means it is crucial that you’ve now gotten the hang of Blocking, Just Guarding, Countering, and definitely Flourishing.

For most waves, you can run around the outside of the arena and use Divine Wind ( fully charged) followed by an + combo or Iai Slash attacks ( + ) to send all enemies in the arena into Bleeding State.

Once everyone is bleeding, repeatedly trigger Zanshin attacks until they’re defeated and then repeat for the next group.

Fortunately, on Inferno difficulty, there are fewer enemies per wave than on previous difficulties, making things a bit more manageable.

The boss fights are a lot more difficult than anything else in the game here, but if you get the hang of Flourishing and then practice each fight until you figure out the best places to flourish then you’ll eventually overcome.

This is certainly the biggest challenge you will need to face in this trophy journey, but once you’ve overcome this hurdle it’s a straight shot to the Platinum!

Phase Seven – Optional Cleanup

This final phase in our Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae trophy guide is dedicated to cleaning up any trophies you might have left over. The truth is, after everything you’ve overcome to reach this point, there’s a very strong likelihood that you already have all of the below trophies, in which case, enjoy your Platinum Trophy!

Otherwise, you’re welcome to go back onto an Easy Difficulty run to mop up the remaining trophies if you need to!

Combat Trophies

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Thousand Lives

Defeat 1000 enemies

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Cumulative

The self-explanatory “Thousand Lives” trophy requires you to defeat a cumulative total of 1000 enemies across your entire time of playing Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae.

That’s right, you don’t need to kill 1000 enemies in just one playthrough, the tally will carry across your multiple playthroughs. You’re very likely to unlock it naturally, too.

For me, the trophy was unlocked somewhere around Stage 3 of my Hard Difficulty Playthrough.

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Your Life is Mine

Use Zanshin to defeat an enemy

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Use a Zanshin attack on an enemy who is in Bleeding Status to deal extra damage. Use this to defeat a bleeding enemy and the “Your Life is Mine” trophy will unlock. You will eventually need to do this to 100 enemies for All Must Fall.

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Prepare Yourself

Use Zanshin to defeat 50 enemies

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Continue to use Zanshin attacks enemies who are in Bleeding Status to deal extra damage. Use this to defeat 50 bleeding enemies and the “Prepare Yourself” trophy will unlock. You will eventually need to do this to 100 enemies for All Must Fall.

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All Must Fall

Use Zanshin to defeat 100 enemies

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Zanshin Attacks are special finishers that deal extra damage on enemies who are bleeding, often just finishing them off. You can trigger a Zanshin Attack by pressing .

An enemy who enters bleeding status will begin glowing red and stumble backward. A higher Zeal level means more bonus damage from this type of attack.

Continue using Zanshin attacks on Bleeding enemies for bonus damage. Use this method to defeat a grand total of 100 enemies across your six playthroughs to eventually unlock “Your Life is Mine.”

If you manage to complete all your playthroughs without yet earning this trophy, load up the game on Easy Difficulty again and farm the trophy on the easier enemies in the first few stages.

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50 Hit Combo

String 50 hits

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Land a combination of 50 uninterrupted attacks during combat to unlock the 50 Hit Combo trophy. You will also need to reach a combo of 100 hits for the 100 Hit Combo trophy.

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100 Hit Combo

String 100 hits

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Landing a string of 100 hits together simply means not taking any damage between attacks. There is no timer on your combo, so the only thing that will end your combo is if you take damage.

Landing a 100-hit combo is highly likely to happen naturally, especially in your Easy Difficulty Playthrough.

I earned this trophy very early in the game as frequently reaching combos of up to 300 hits is fairly common on Easy Difficulty. If you find yourself struggling, however, try dodge-rolling ( + ) between attacks to prevent yourself being vulnerable.

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Divine

Reach “Mitsurugi” zeal level

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The “Divine” trophy is very similar to 100 Hit Combo in that you will need to land hits without taking damage between them. You see, doing so will increase your Zeal level, displayed in the top left corner of your HUD.

Your Zeal level will start at white and will change colour as it increases; through yellow, green, and blue, before finally turning Black. This will indicate that you have reached “Mitsurugi” Zeal Level and, at this point, the “Divine” trophy will unlock.

Note that when you take damage, your Zeal level won’t necessarily reset completely, making this even easier to pull off than 100 Hit Combo and even more likely to happen naturally.

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Gleaming Edge

Perform the holy technique “Celestial Judgement”

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To Perform the “Celestial Judgement” attack, you simply need to hold down until fully charged. Once charged, release to unleash the attack on enemies in front of you. Performing this ability for the first time will unlock the “Gleaming Edge” trophy.

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Raging Edge

Perform the holy technique “Divine Wind”

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The “Divine Wind” ability is similar to “Celestial Judgement” in how it is activated. Begin by holding to charge up a Celestial Judgement attack. You can press up to two times without releasing to charge the attack quicker at the cost of your Katana gauge.

Once the attack is fully charged, you can release , unleashing a very powerful attack that you’ll likely use a lot on harder difficulties.

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Insight

Perform a Just Guard

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You can parry an attack with a “Just Guard” technique by hitting the moment an enemy’s attack connects with your character model.

If your timing is correct, you’ll parry the attack, hear an audio cue, and won’t be staggered by blocking the attack. Continue to do this a total of 10 times to unlock Mind’s Eye.

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Mind’s Eye

Perform 10 Just Guards

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Cumulative

As with Insight, the Mind’s Eye trophy requires you to trigger “Just Guard” parry techniques by hitting with accurate timing at the exact moment that an enemy attack connects with your character.

However, for this trophy, you will need to perform 10 of these Just Guard techniques. This is very likely to happen throughout your 5 playthroughs unless you avoid blocking, which isn’t advised.

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Unmatched

Perform a Counter

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Before you can counter, you will need to purchase the “Counter” upgrade from the Upgrades Menu. It costs 200 SP.

Once you have it, you can trigger a counter by immediately hitting after performing a Just Guard (See Insight) without releasing . Continue to do this a total of 10 times for the Untouchable trophy.

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Untouchable

Perform 10 Counters

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As with Unmatched, the Untouchable trophy requires you to trigger Counter techniques by hitting immediately after executing a Just Guard technique without releasing .

However, for this trophy, you will need to perform 10 of these Counters. This might not happen naturally if you don’t have a technical playstyle, but you may find that it’s necessary to survive on harder difficulties and so is a good technique to start getting accustomed to.

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Flash of Light

Perform a Flourish

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A Flourish is a special type of Just Guard attack which immediately parries and counters enemy attacks.

To perform a flourish, you will first need to buy the “Flourish” upgrade from the Upgrades Menu. It will cost 200 SP.

When you have access to the ability, you can trigger it by hitting at the exact moment that an enemy attack lands on you. This is even harder to time correctly than a Just Guard, but keep trying and you’ll pull it off eventually.

The very first time you use this technique on an enemy, the Flash of Light trophy will unlock. Continue to perform a total of 10 Flourishes to unlock Ultimate Light.

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Ultimate Light

Perform 10 Flourishes

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Cumulative

As with Flash of Light, the Ultimate Light trophy requires you to perform Flourish techniques against enemies by pressing with exact timing at the moment an enemy attack hits you.

For the Ultimate Light Trophy, however, you will need to perform a cumulative total of 10 Flourishes. As long as you’re aware-of and actively attempting to use Flourishes, this is very likely to occur naturally throughout your 5 playthroughs. Especially on harder difficulties where technical moves like this are very useful.

Upgrade Trophies

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Ready for Anything

Complete all upgrades

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Grind

Press during gameplay to open the pause menu. From there, you can select “Upgrades” to open the Upgrade Menu, where you can spend SP to acquire new combat techniques and character upgrades.

To unlock the trophy, you will need to purchase every single upgrade in the game. That includes the Costume at the bottom of the list which costs 100,000 SP!

This sounds like a big task, but actually you will have enough SP to purchase every upgrade in the game sometime around the start of your Hard Difficulty playthrough. By the time you reach your Inferno playthrough, you shouldn’t be far off affording the costume too!

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Provident

Collect 100,000 SP

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Non-cumulative

Every time you hit an enemy with a Zanshin attack ( while bleeding) or whenever you simply defeat an enemy, you will receive SP.

SP is an in-game currency of sorts that can be used to purchase upgrades.

To unlock the “Provident” trophy, you will need to defeat enough enemies to collect 100,000 SP. On top of that, the trophy is not cumulative, so you will need to actually have 100,000 SP at one time.

However, do not let that stop you from buying upgrades. Just focus on getting the Ready for Anything trophy first. One of the last upgrades you’ll need to purchase for that trophy costs 100,000 SP anyway, so you’ll find yourself saving up that amount regardless.

In actuality, you likely won’t even need to think about saving up SP because the trophy should unlock naturally during your Inferno playthrough. Maybe even towards the end of your Very Hard playthrough.

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Toughness

Max out Life Gauge

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To unlock the “Toughness” trophy, you will need to purchase all of the Maximum health upgrades in the Upgrades menu. There are 5 to purchase in total. Once your Maximum health reaches Lv5, the trophy will unlock.

You’ll need to purchase every upgrade anyway, for the Ready for Anything trophy.

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Diligence

Max out Katana Gauge

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To unlock the “Diligence” trophy, you will need to purchase all of the Maximum health upgrades in the Upgrades menu. There are 9 to purchase in total. Once your Maximum health reaches Lv9, the trophy will unlock.

You’ll need to purchase every upgrade anyway, for the Ready for Anything trophy.

Plat Get!

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Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae

All the trophies unlocked

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Once you have acquired every other trophy in this Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae Trophy Guide, the “Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae” Platinum trophy will unlock.

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More fond of single-player experiences and story-driven games than anything else, TheDblTap has a keen eye for secrets and collectables, a skill which serves him well as a Trophy Hunter. However, with little patience and poor timing, he can struggle where MrZhangetsu would succeed.

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