PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5

One Piece Odyssey Trophy Guide

Time
40h
Difficulty
3/10
Trophies
1
2
9
39
Online Trophies
x
Missable Trophies
x
Difficulty Trophies
x
Glitched Trophies
x

General Info

FAQ

How long does it take to beat One Piece Odyssey and unlock all trophies?

Around 40 hours.

How difficult is it to beat One Piece Odyssey and unlock all trophies?

Easy (3/10).

Does One Piece Odyssey have online trophies?

No.

Does One Piece Odyssey have difficulty-specific trophies?

No.

Does One Piece Odyssey have missable trophies?

No.

Does One Piece Odyssey have glitched trophies?

No.

What is the minimum number of playthroughs required to unlock all trophies in One Piece Odyssey?

One.

Does One Piece Odyssey have a Platinum Trophy?

Yes.

Trophy Guide

One Piece Odyssey Trophy Guide and Road Map for PS4 & PS5

Welcome to our One Piece Odyssey Trophy Guide. One Piece Odyssey is a turn-based JRPG set in the world of Eiichiro Oda’s popular Mangaka; One Piece.

The story takes place sometime after the Dressrosa story Arc, where our protagonists find themselves washing ashore on the mysterious island of Waford. There, by revisiting four key arcs of the One Piece Story via “Memoria” flashback dimensions, you will uncover the island’s secrets and learn more about it’s curious inhabitants; Lim and Adio.

All in all, it’s one of the better games in the One Piece franchise. While I still prefer One Piece Pirate Warriors, the turn-based rock-paper-scissors-style combat in Odyssey is very enjoyable, allowing for very flashy gameplay that highlights each character’s signature moves.

The trophy journey is a simple one, no different from most other JRPG games. However, being a JRPG, you can expect to spend a wealth of time working on Side Missions, looking for Collectibles, and levelling up your crew!

Phase One | Complete the Story

The first phase of our One Piece Odyssey Trophy Guide is very straightforward; just enjoy the game. Have fun! Go wild! There are no difficulty-specific or missable trophies to worry about, so you can simply enjoy the game and get to grips with its mechanics at your own pace.

Once you reach the end of the game and have sat through the unskippable credits, you’ll be given the opportunity to create a save that you can then load to jump right back into the game and finish mopping up anything you have left.

To ease your trophy journey, however, I do recommend that you look out for a few things:

  • If you hear Nami say “Oh, My Money!,” Robin say “Oh, there’s something there,”, or Sanji say “Well, well, look at this,” switch to that respective character and pick up the character-specific item. For Sanji this is a cooking ingredient, for Robin you’ll find a historical document, and for Nami you’ll find some money. You need to do this with each character a few times so getting a head start on these trophies will speed things up quite a bit.
  • Try to remember which Recipes and Trick Balls you craft as there’s no way to track this when it comes to the trophies for crafting all of them.
  • When applying Cube Fragments to characters, don’t forget to look at their Field Skills. Some characters, like Zoro, Sanji, Robin, and Ussopp can have their field skills upgraded, giving you access to some features you’ll need to unlock trophies.
  • You will need to collect every Yaya Cube and almost every Cube Fragment, so following our Interactive Collectible Maps as you play could be a good way to expedite things.

Unmissable Story Trophies

Chapter 1 Clear

Cleared chapter 1.

What is this?

Story-Related

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 1 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 1, as you enter the memory of Alabastar.

Chapter 2 Clear

Cleared chapter 2.

What is this?

Story-Related

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 2 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 2, as you exit the memory of Alabastar.

Chapter 3 Clear

Cleared chapter 3.

What is this?

Story-Related

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 3 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 3, as you enter the memory of Water Seven.

Chapter 4 Clear

Cleared chapter 4.

What is this?

Story-Related

Chapter-Specific

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 4 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 4, as you exit the memory of Water Seven.

Chapter 5 Clear

Cleared chapter 5.

What is this?

Story-Related

Chapter-Specific

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 5 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 5, as you enter the memory of Marineford.

Chapter 6 Clear

Cleared chapter 6.

What is this?

Story-Related

Chapter-Specific

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 6 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 6, as you exit the memory of Marineford.

Chapter 7 Clear

Cleared chapter 7.

What is this?

Story-Related

Chapter-Specific

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 7 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 7, as you enter the memory of Dressrosa.

Chapter 8 Clear

Cleared chapter 8.

What is this?

Story-Related

Chapter-Specific

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Chapter 8 Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 8, as you exit the memory of Dressrosa

Final Chapter Clear

Cleared the final chapter.

What is this?

Story-Related

Chapter-Specific

Unmissable

Expect to unlock the Final Chapter Clear trophy at the end of Chapter 9, as you conclude the story campaign.

Don’t worry, you can keep playing after completing the game.

Phase Two | Complete Side Quests & Get Collectibles

After the credits have rolled, you will be given opportunity to save the game. When loading that save, you’ll be brought back into the game at Adio’s House, just before you told Lim you were ready to leave.

From here, you have free reign of the island, and you can access any of the Memoria realms by simply speaking to Lim and selecting “Go to Memoria.”

There are a lot of things we’ll need to mop up across all of the game’s free-roam areas, but the key things we’ll address first are the Side Quests and Collectibles.

This would be a good time to have our Interactive Collectible Maps on hand, which can save you hours of searching for certain collectibles like Yaya Cubes and Locked Chests:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Side Quest & Collectible Trophies

Pit Stop Amateur

Cleared 10 side stories.

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/10

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What is this?

Cumulative

The Pit Stop Amateur trophy simply requires you to complete a cumulative total of 10 Side Stories via the various quest-giving NPCs scattered around the game’s several open-world areas.

You will unlock this trophy naturally in pursuit of the Pit Stop Pro trophy.

Pit Stop Pro

Cleared all side stories.

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/71

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What is this?

Collectible

To unlock the Pit Stop Pro trophy, you need to complete all 71 Side Quests in One Piece Odyssey. Side Quests are marked on your map, and you can keep track of them via the “Side Quests” section of the “Episode” tab in the menu. I advise not skipping all dialogue as often you’ll have an easier time completing Side Quests after hearing what the NPCs actually want.

Even when you haven’t yet accepted a quest, you will be able to see it listed in the Side Quest menu as “????????,” next to which you will be able to see the location where the Quest Giver can be found. Then, once you’ve traveled to the listed area, open your map with and look for a blue Side Quest compass icon.

The only exceptions to this are sequential Side Quests, meaning that often, completing one Side Quest will unlock another. So, when you are visiting each map to mop up all Side Quests, make sure you double-check the Side Quest list in the Episode menu for any newly-unlocked Side Quests.

As earlier suggested, simply visit each of the Memoria locations to complete any Side Quests left over in those areas. While checking Alabasta, Water Seven, Marineford, and Dressrosa for Side Quests to complete, you should also use our Interactive Collectible Maps to find all Yaya Cubes and Challenge Enemies. You will need to collect 99 Yaya Cubes (all of them) and defeat all 11 Challenge Enemies to complete the side quests for Red-Eyed Lim and Madame Trade on Waford.

Additionally, you will need to use those same maps to collect all 11 Tablets on Waford and deliver them to Madame Stonely near Thunderhead Ruins. For your convenience, the maps are available here:

Otherwise, complete the objectives for each Side Quest described in the Episode Menu until all 71 Side Quests are complete and the Pit Stop Pro trophy unlocks!

Journeyman Hunter

Turned in 10 bounties.

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/10

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What is this?

Cumulative

The Journeyman Hunter trophy simply requires you to complete a cumulative total of 10 Bounty Hunts via the posterboards dotted around the game’s various open-world areas.

You will unlock this trophy naturally in pursuit of the Bounty Hunter trophy.

Bounty Hunter

Turned in all bounties.

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/30

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What is this?

Collectible

At Taverns within the three large Memoria (Alabasta, Water Seven, and Dressrosa), you will find Bounty Boards. You can find up to 10 Bounties in each Memoria regardless of which board you access.

When you accept a bounty from a board, that bounty’s location will be marked on the map, so you can easily just head to that location and speak to the opponent to begin the battle. Defeat the opponent and the bounty will be considered complete on the spot.

You can keep track of your accepted bounties in the menu. Completing some bounties will unlock more, so remember to keep returning to the Bounty Board until you have completed 10 in each Memoria.

Once all 30 Bounty Opponents have been defeated in battle, the Bounty Hunter trophy will unlock. I’d actually advise that you totally leave these until you’ve completed the game, as you’ll be much stronger, and will breeze through them all.

Fixed a Fray

Cleared 5 Memory Links.

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/5

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What is this?

Cumulative

The Fixed a Fray trophy simply requires you to complete a cumulative total of 5 Memory Links via the Frayed Memories hidden around the game’s various open-world areas.

You will unlock this trophy naturally in pursuit of the Certified Fray Fixer trophy.

Certified Fray Fixer

Cleared all Memory Links.

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/14

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What is this?

Collectible

You will need to “fix” a total of 14 Frayed Memories in One Piece Odyssey. They are all marked clearly on the map after finding your first one in Chapter 2, but some will only show up once you have completed another that precedes it. To help you keep track of the Frays you have and haven’t completed, check the “Memory Links” section in the “Episode” tab of the menu. There, you’ll see what locations each Memory Link can be found in.

Touch each Frayed Memory and complete the miniature quest within to gain new Bond abilities. Once you’ve completed all 14, you will unlock the Certified Fray Fixer trophy.

If you wish, you can use our Collectible Maps, which have each Frayed Memory’s location marked on them:

One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Journeyman Cook

Made 10 recipes.

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/10

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What is this?

Cumulative

The Journeyman Cook trophy simply requires you to craft a cumulative total of 10 recipes via Sanji’s cooking station at the Camp.

You will unlock this trophy naturally in pursuit of the Top Cook trophy.

Top Cook

Made all recipes.

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/27

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What is this?

Collectible

There are a total of 27 Recipes that you can craft in One Piece Odyssey, all of which can be cooked at Sanji’s table at the campsite. You can also cook from Inns inside Memoria realms.

You will receive all of the recipes automatically, but a good majority of them won’t be available at first. To gain access to all 27 recipes, you need to upgrade Sanji’s cooking skill.

To do so, open the menu and then press on the crew screen to access the Skill Up menu. From here, you can assign any collected cube fragments to your teammate’s skills, powering them up. There are a selection of Combat Skills to upgrade but if you press on a character, you can switch to their Field Skills, which include things like Sanji’s ability to cook.

Press until you’ve switched to Sanji, then press to view his Field Skills and assign six Cube Fragments to his “Cook” Field Skill. Upon doing so, you will have access to all 27 Recipes.

All you need to do then is head to a Campsite and access Sanji’s cooking station. Make all 27 recipes at least once and the “Top Cook” trophy will unlock.

Trick Ball Beginner

Made 10 Trick Balls.

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/10

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What is this?

Cumulative

The Trick Ball Beginner trophy simply requires you to craft a cumulative total of 10 Trick Balls via Ussop’s Trick Ball Crafting station at the Camp.

You will unlock this trophy naturally in pursuit of the Trick Ball Whiz trophy.

Trick Ball Whiz

Made all Trick Balls.

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/18

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What is this?

Collectible

There are a total of 18 Trick Balls that you can craft in One Piece Odyssey, all of which can be crafted at Ussopp’s crafting station at the campsite. You can also craft Trick Balls from Inns inside Memoria realms.

You will receive all of the recipes automatically, but a good majority of them won’t be available at first. To gain access to all 18 Trick Ball recipes, you need to upgrade Ussopp’s crafting skill.

To do so, open the menu and then press on the crew screen to access the Skill Up menu. From here, you can assign any collected cube fragments to your teammate’s skills, powering them up. There are a selection of Combat Skills to upgrade but if you press on a character, you can switch to their Field Skills, which include things like Ussopp’s ability to craft Trick Balls.

Press until you’ve switched to USsopp, then press to view his Field Skills and assign six Cube Fragments to his “Make” Field Skill. Upon doing so, you will have access to all 18 Trick Ball Recipes.

All you need to do then is head to a Campsite and access Ussopp’s Trick Ball station. Make all 18 recipes at least once and the “Trick Ball Whiz” trophy will unlock.

Treasure Hunter

Opened all the locked treasure chests.

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/22

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What is this?

Collectible

Before you can open Locked Chests, you need to get the Key from Dressrosa. To get the key, you will need to complete the 12 Grand Line Quiz Zoner Side Quests. They’re divided up among the four Memoria like so:

  • Grand Line Quiz Levels 1-3 | Alabasta
  • Grand Line Quiz Levels 4-6 | Water Seven
  • Grand Line Quiz Levels 7-9 | Marineford
  • Grand Line Quiz Levels 10-12 | Dressrosa

Once done, you can use our Interactive Collectible Maps to find and open all locked Treasure Chests in all four Memoria as well as Waford. Locked Chests look just like regular chests except they have an extravagant golden trim instead of the standard silver-colored trim.

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Upon opening the 22nd locked chest, you will receive the Treasure Hunter trophy.

Collector

Collected 99 Yaya Cubes.

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/99

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What is this?

Collectible

There are 99 Yaya Cubes in One Piece Odyssey. They can be found inside breakable boxes and jars in Alabasta, Water Seven, Marineford, and Dressrosa. You will unfortunately need to collect all 99, but I have placed their locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps:

One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

After collecting your 99th Yaya Cube, you will unlock the Collector trophy. This is going to be a requirement for the Pit Stop Pro trophy as one of the Side Quests requires you to bring all 99 Yaya Cubes in the game to Madame Trade’s on Waford.

Cube Collector: Luffy

Collected 50 of Luffy's cube fragments.

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/50

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Luffy, you will need to find and collect 50 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Zoro

Collected 50 of Zoro's cube fragments.

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/50

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Zoro, as with Luffy, you will need to find and collect 50 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Nami

Collected 30 of Nami's cube fragments.

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/30

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Nami, you will need to find and collect 30 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Usopp

Collected 40 of Usopp's cube fragments.

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/40

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Ussopp, you will need to find and collect 40 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Sanji

Collected 40 of Sanji's cube fragments.

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/40

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Sanji, you will need to find and collect 40 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Chopper

Collected 30 of Chopper's cube fragments.

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/30

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Chopper, you will need to find and collect 30 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Robin

Collected 30 of Robin's cube fragments.

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/30

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Robin, you will need to find and collect 30 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Franky

Collected 20 of Franky's cube fragments.

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/20

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Franky, you will need to find and collect 20 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Cube Collector: Brook

Collected 6 of Brook's cube fragments.

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/6

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What is this?

Collectible

You don’t need to collect every single Cube Fragment in the game, but you do need to collect a certain amount of each character’s Cube Fragments. For Brook, you will need to find and collect 6 of his Cubes.

You can see all cube locations on our Interactive Collectible Maps, and can click/tap them to see which character they’re for. For your convenience, here are our map links again:

One Piece Odyssey Waford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Note also that a lot of the cube fragments are received after battle, too.

Savings Savant

Obtained a total of 20,000,000 berries.

What is this?

Cumulative

To unlock the Savings Savant trophy, you need to have earned a cumulative total of 20 Million Berries (currency). This is bound to occur naturally as you earn money from Side Quests, Bounties, and more. If you somehow manage to reach the end of your trophy journey without earning Savings Savant, you can simply head to any Shop or Eisa Junk Shop and sell all of your accessories/ingredients/trick balls/etc.

It is safe to spend your berries, as the Savings Savant trophy is quantified cumulatively.

Phase Three | Defeat Powerful Enemies & Reach Level 70

One of the last, more direct objectives you can go for in One Piece Odyssey is to complete every Challenge Enemy encounter twice. Beyond that, the only other trophies are misc ones we’ll mop up in the next phase, if you haven’t already earned them.

You will have been introduced to the Challenge Enemy cubes from Red-Eyed Lim while working on the Pit Stop Pro trophy. You will now need to find all 11 of these bosses and beat them twice. Once at their regular strength and again in a harder form. Before doing this, it’s advised to earn High Leveler by reaching level 70 with your full Party, but I’d honestly recommend even reaching Level 90 to make these fights more bearable.

All challenge cube locations are marked on our Interactive Collectible Maps:

One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

Trophies in this phase:

All Characters Level 70

High Leveler

Defeat All Powerful Enemies Twice

Challenge Enemy Beginner

Defeat one powerful challenge enemy.

What is this?

As the Challenge Enemy Conqueror trophy requires you to beat every Challenge Enemy twice or more, you will receive this Challenge Enemy Beginner trophy along the way, after beating Smoker; the first Challenge Enemy.

Challenge Enemy Conqueror

Defeat all the powerful challenge enemies twice or more.

What is this?

Challenging

After completing the game, you can speak to an NPC called Red-Eyed Lim at Adio’s House on Waford. Speak to her and she’ll tell you about Challenge Enemy Cubes, yellow cubes that have appeared across the four Memoria. The first will be a Smoker boss fight Challenge Cube in the Alabasta Memoria.

After beating this one, you can go back to Waford and speak to Red-Eyed Lim to complete her Side Quest and unlock access to the other 10 Challenge Enemy Cubes. The first time you face these, they’ll be quite difficult but the repeat fights will be your main concern. These all-powerful boss fights will really challenge your skill and patience. You’ll want to stock up with healing items and your very best accessory fusions to take on these powerful foes. Reaching level 70 and earning the High Leveler trophy is essential. Reaching even higher than level 70 is recommended.

Use our Interactive Collectible Maps to find and access all 11 Challenge Enemy Cubes twice to unlock the Challenge Enemy Conqueror trophy!

One Piece Odyssey Alabasta Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Water Seven Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Marineford Interactive Collectible Map | One Piece Odyssey Dressrosa Interactive Collectible Map

All Characters Level 70

High Leveler

Got everyone past level 70.

What is this?

Grind

In the post-game, the best place to farm EXP is the Outdoor Garden area leading to the Sky Tower on Waford; “Purity Garden.” Here, all of the enemies are extremely powerful, and the further north you get, the stronger they become. Travelling to the Fast Travel point at the North end of this Garden and then backtracking to the first red enemy cube will be the best way to max out your exp gains.

To top things off, you can increase your EXP gains in another two ways. Firstly, you can “Party” at camp to add an EXP bonus buff to your party. Additionally, during combat you will sometimes see challenges appear on screen. They’re hard to miss thanks to the black and yellow warning tape across the top and bottom of the screen.

Completing these objectives will result in a huge boost to exp.

All in all, by combining these techniques, you can come away with ~4-6 million exp per fight.

Repeat until every single character has reached at least Level 70, and the High Leveler trophy is as good as yours!

Phase Four | Misc Cleanup

When all else is said and done, there are just a handful of miscellaneous trophies left to acquire. As many of them are tied to game mechanics and the repeated use of them, whether or not you have these trophies already will depend heavily on how much you explored said mechanics.

As such, there’s a decent chance you have already earned a majority of the below trophies, so have a quick browse to see if there’s anything still standing between you and that well-earned One Piece Odyssey Platinum Trophy.

For convenience, I’ve divided them into three groups;

Misc Camp Trophies

Craft Enthusiast

Fused 5 accessories.

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/5

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What is this?

Cumulative

After Chapter 2, you will have the ability to fuse Accessories at the strange machine next to Robin at Camp. You can also fuse accessories at any Inn inside Memoria.

By fusing accessories, you can create a single accessory with the stat boosts provided by both original accessories. This is a great way to power up your party and will be important in ensuring you can keep up with the game’s difficulty curve.

To unlock the Craft Enthusiast trophy, you will need to fuse 2 accessories at least 5 times.

Chasing Champion

Fused 30 accessories.

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/30

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What is this?

Cumulative

After you have unlocked the Craft Enthusiast trophy, continue fusing accessories until you have fused two accessories a cumulative total of 30 times. After doing so, you will receive the Chasing Champion trophy.

You can acquire more accessories by either purchasing them at one of the Eisa Junk Stores, which are marked on your map, or by collecting loot from shiny spots and treasure chests. You’ll also receive some from battles and will end up with a hefty stockpile by working through the story campaign.

Jewelry Master

Made an accessory with 4 effects.

What is this?

Non-Cumulative

The Jewelry Master trophy, like the Chasing Champion trophy, involves using the Accessory-fusing mechanics available via Robin’s machine at camp. However, rather than fusing a specific number of accessories, you need to create one that has at least four stat boosts applied to it.

You’ll have noticed that some accessories have 3 or even 4 boon slots available, but that the latter two are always locked. To get around this, you need to upgrade Robin’s crafting skill.

To do so, open the menu and then press on the crew screen to access the Skill Up menu. From here, you can assign any collected cube fragments to your teammate’s skills, powering them up. There are a selection of Combat Skills to upgrade but if you press on a character, you can switch to their Field Skills, which include things like Robin’s ability to fuse accessories.

Press until you’ve switched to Robin, then press to view her Field Skills and assign six Cube Fragments to her “Fuse” Field Skill. Upon doing so, you will be able to add up to 3 extra buffs to an accessory!

All you need to do then is head to a Campsite and access Robin’s Accessory-fusing station. Make one accessory with the stat boosts of three other accessories fused into it and the Jewelry Master trophy is all yours!

Party Animal

Had 30 parties.

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/30

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What is this?

Cumulative

When stopping at a camp to use the camp facilities, you cannot leave camp without then having a Party. To do so, interact with the fireplace or simply try to walk away from the campsite and you’ll be prompted.

Having a Party will restore your party’s HP and TP, as well as applying a temporary EXP boost. To unlock the “Party Animal” trophy, you need to have a party at a campsite 30 total times. This is not something I did naturally and it required a small amount of grinding post-game.

As there’s no limit on how often you can visit a campsite, and having a party doesn’t use resources, you can just do this action back-to-back at the same campsite until the Party Animal Trophy unlocks!

Misc Exploration Trophies

Gum-Gum Rocket

Traveled with Gum-Gum Rocket 100 times.

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/100

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What is this?

Cumulative

While playing as Luffy, there are several ledges and green-glowing grapple points all over the game which you can latch onto with Gum-Gum Rocket to pull Luffy and his allies over to said grapple point/ledge.

To do so, aim with and then once a compatible grapple point is highlighted, press to pull yourself over to it.

This is, as I’m sure you know by now, a key ability for traversal in One Piece Odyssey and so you will be using it a lot, making it highly likely this trophy unlocks naturally.

Iron Door Slicer

Cut 20 doors with Zoro's Door Slice.

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/20

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What is this?

Cumulative

There will be many times that you need to bust through iron doorways to progress in the story or access hidden treasures. To do this, you can use / to switch to Zoro and then press on the doorway you want to cut down.

You’ll do this a lot throughout the story but not 20 times, unless you explore a lot. Therefore, as you’re mopping up collectibles and other such loot from around the game’s main map and four Memoria maps, keep an eye out for iron doors you can slash through as Zoro.

After cutting through your 20th iron door, the Iron Door Slicer trophy will unlock. Note that doors you slash will respawn, so you can cut down the same doors multiple times.

Usopp's Slingshot

Used Usopp's Shot 100 times.

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/100

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What is this?

Cumulative

When exploring the game outside of battle, you can use / to switch to Ussopp. While playing as Ussopp, you can hold to aim his Slingshot and press to fire it.

This can be used to destroy containers you can’t quite reach or knock down bird’s nests containing items. Apart from a short nut-collecting spree in Alabastar, you’re rarely ever required to use this ability of Ussopp’s. So, be prepared to spend some time shooting jars and boxes as Ussopp until you unlock the Usopp’s Slingshot trophy after breaking/knocking down 100 objects.

Archaeologist's Appraisal

Robin collected 20 items with Archaeologist's Appraisals.

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/20

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What is this?

Cumulative

When exploring the game outside of battle, you may hear/see Robin say “Oh, there’s something there.” When she does this, you can use to switch to her and then look for an item to pick up in the immediate vicinity. It will be a pink scroll icon, just like this trophy’s icon.

To unlock the Archaeologist’s Appraisal trophy, you will need to find and collect 20 of these scrolls. You’ll most commonly find them in ruins, dungeons, and other such historical buildings.

Cook's Nose

Sanji collected 25 items with Cook's Nose.

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/25

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What is this?

Cumulative

When exploring the game outside of battle, you may hear/see Sanji say “Well, well, look at this.” When he does this, you can use to switch to him and then look for an item to pick up in the immediate vicinity. It will be a blue fish icon.

To unlock the Cook’s Nose trophy, you will need to find and collect 25 of these cooking ingredients. You’ll most commonly find them near docks, market stalls, and shops.

Treasure Sensor

Nami collected 25 Items with Treasure Sensor.

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/25

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What is this?

Cumulative

When exploring the game outside of battle, you may hear/see Nami say “Oh, my money!” When she does this, you can use to switch to her and then look for an item to pick up in the immediate vicinity. It will be a gold Berry icon, just like this trophy’s icon.

To unlock the Treasure Sensor trophy, you will need to find and collect 25 of these berry stashes. You’ll most commonly find them in main city/town areas, plazas and the like.

Franky Skywalk

Built a bridge 10 times with Franky Skywalk.

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/10

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What is this?

Cumulative

Throughout the game, you will often come across areas where Franky can build a bridge to cross a gap. This won’t become a regular occurrence until about halfway in the game, but after that and especially in the Dressrosa Memoria, you’ll be building a lot of bridges with Franky.

To unlock the Franky Skywalk trophy, though, you need to build a cumulative total of 10 bridges/stairways as Franky. When you interact with a Franky Bridge spot, you’ll need to use resources that can be typically found in the surrounding area to construct the bridge.

Misc Combat Trophies

Victor

Won 50 battles.

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/50

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What is this?

Cumulative

In my opinion, you’d have a harder time beating One Piece Odyssey in under 50 battles than you would earning the Victor trophy. You’re bound to face far more than 50 battles before you’re even halfway through the game.

Not only that, but you’re guaranteed to unlock this trophy in your pursuit of the Battle Master trophy.

Battle Master

Won 300 battles.

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/300

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What is this?

Cumulative

300 Battles may sound like a lot, but you’ll actually come very close to completing this many battles by simply progressing the story. I earned the Battle Master trophy naturally during the Dressrosa Chapter and that’s without completing any bounties and performing only a small amount of Level-Grinding.

Therefore, after completing the story, all bounties, and all challenge fights you’re pretty much guaranteed to earn the Battle Master trophy naturally.

Bond Battler

Activated 20 Bond Arts.

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/20

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What is this?

Cumulative

After completing your first Frayed Memory in Chapter 2, you will unlock the ability to perform Bond Arts, which can be selected in the position during battle. You will only have one multi-character Bond Art available at first, but each character has a solo Bond Art available too.

Activate any Bond Art attacks (solo or otherwise) a cumulative total of 20 times to unlock the Bond Battler trophy!

Singular Strike

Did more than 10,000 damage to an enemy with a single attack.

What is this?

Non-Cumulative

I personally unlocked the Singular Strike trophy naturally. By progressing the game and levelling my characters enough that they deal massive amounts of damage all the time, dealing a mere 10,000 damage became a breeze and a common occurrence. I suspect you’ll earn this naturally while working on Challenge Enemy Conqueror . Especially after earning High Leveler.

Escape is Victory

Ran from three battles.

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/3

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What is this?

Cumulative

During battle, you can press to open the Tactics menu. At the bottom of this menu, you will see the “Run Away” option. Select it for a chance of fleeing the encounter.

This is more likely to work against weaker enemies, and not stronger end-game ones. Additionally, story-based battles cannot be fled from.

After using this tactic on a cumulative total of three battles, you’ll receive the Escape is Victory trophy!

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