One Punch Man Trophy Guide

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How long does it take to beat One Punch Man and unlock all trophies?

~25h

How difficult is it to beat One Punch Man and unlock all trophies?

Easy (3/10)

Does One Punch Man have online trophies?

No

Does One Punch Man have difficulty-specific trophies?

No

Does One Punch Man have missable trophies?

No

Does One Punch Man have glitched trophies?

No

What is the minimum number of playthroughs required to unlock all trophies in One Punch Man?

One

Does One Punch Man have a Platinum Trophy?

Yes

About this Game

Console

PlayStation 4

Release Date

February 28th, 2020

Publisher

Bandai Namco Entertainment

Developer

Spike ChunSoft

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One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows Trophy Guide and Road Map for PlayStation 4

Welcome to our One Punch Man Trophy Guide. One Punch Man is an excellent Manga/Anime Series which parodies other Shonen media and Superheroes in general. Having gathered critical acclaim it stands to reason that it would eventually get a game of its own.

Quick Review

If ever there was a manga series that didn’t need a fighting game, it’s probably One Punch Man. Of all the anime fighters I’ve played, this is one of the oddest. You don’t play as a main character from the series through the story, instead you make your own avatar in a sub-par character customiser filled with ill-fitting clothing and irksomely random accessories and then spend 90% of the time fighting horrifying monstrosities the developers have created in the same avatar editor. As a result, we end up with enemies like a “Kappa” whose smooth skull is actually just a soccer ball clipped into their hair. But it still looks better than the plastic duck bill glued to their chin.

Though some of the main characters are in the game, they don’t really tie that much into your gameplay until your avatar begins to reach their level of skill within the Hero Association, which makes sense I guess. But I do get the sense that the developers don’t actually have a clue why people like One Punch Man. The characters aren’t there to sell action figures like in other anime (though they definitely still do), they’re parodies. Their designs and abilities are silly on purpose… It’s not like anyone’s going to be as excited to be Silverfang as they would to play as Goku or Ichigo.

Of course, Saitama is this series’ Goku and when you play as him… Well, what do you think happens? That’s right. His opponents go down in one punch. The idea of making this series into a fighting game is flawed from the get-go, from the very title of the series.

Taking all that into consideration, it’s obvious then why the developers chose to make such a ridiculous fighting game where instead of fighting actual superheroes, you’re fighting every 12-year-old’s idea of a hilarious GTA V character creation, with the occasional hint of the Anime peppered in for flavour.

In terms of gameplay, it’s just repetitive and grows stale after only a few hours. Thankfully, the Platinum trophy is straightforward and stress-free. If you really want this platinum, find something good to watch while you play to distract your mind from how bored you’ll be.

Pros

  • Occasionally has funny moments

Cons

  • Very repetitive
  • Isn’t a game that particularly needed to exist
  • A shameless attempt at further monetising an otherwise fantastic IP

We Recommend…

Pass

Skip this one.

Phase One – Complete the Story

To kick off our One Punch Man Trophy Guide, you should focus on just working through the story in this first phase. Reach the end of the game however you like and you can worry about the rest of the trophies afterwards. Nothing is missable.

That being said, you can make the journey as a whole much easier by working on the side content while you make your way through the game. By completing subquests and Hero Association Branch Office missions even when you don’t need to, you’ll not only be making good progress towards several trophies, but you’ll keep earning good exp for your character, ensuring you’re over-prepared for any fight.

I’ve prepared a short list of things you can try to do during this phase of our One Punch Man Trophy Guide which aren’t related to the trophies you will be earning in this phase but which will give you a good head-start on other trophies:

  • Keep a battle type equipped until it reaches proficiency level 5 and then swap it out to another battle type as soon as it does. You’ll want to get most battle types to proficiency level 5 for several trophies.
  • Work on any missions you can get your hands on in an attempt to earn Was That the Last Enemy? for completing 100 missions and This Is Over, So Let’s Go for completing 30 Subquests. The exp from all this will help towards raising your character to level 99 which you’ll need to do eventually.
  • Spend all your money on Hero Skills at the bookstore until you have the 30 Skills needed for I Must Become Stronger!
  • You can then spend money on Furniture(need 50 items) and Avatar Pieces (need 150), but it’s better to do this post-game as you’ll unlock a lot of these items for free while you work through the story.
  • Whenever you see a main character of the series appear in the Town (a.k.a “Famous Heroes,” identifiable by the picture of their face next to the quest icon) you should complete that mission to increase your Social Strength with them. You’ll need to max this out for 10 characters so get a head-start while you can.

Unmissable Story Trophies

These trophies will unlock naturally as you progress through the story. By reaching the end of Chapter 11 you are guaranteeing that these trophies will be added to your collection.

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I Wanted to Be a Hero When I Was Little

Clear Chapter 1.

Story

Unmissable

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Who Are You?

Clear Chapter 2.

Story

Unmissable

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Look How Strong I’ve Become!

Clear Chapter 3.

Story

Unmissable

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You’re Strong, Aren’t Ya?

Clear Chapter 4.

Story

Unmissable

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Checkmate!

Clear Chapter 5.

Story

Unmissable

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Aim to Become a Magnificent Hero Like Me!

Clear Chapter 6.

Story

Unmissable

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You’re One of Those Heroes Too? Fight Me!

Clear Chapter 7.

Story

Unmissable

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A Fight? Good Idea

Clear Chapter 8.

Story

Unmissable

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That Is Good

Clear Chapter 9.

Story

Unmissable

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You Were Too Strong…

Clear Chapter 10.

Story

Unmissable

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You Did Fine, Nice Fight

Clear Chapter 11.

Story

Unmissable

Gameplay Trophies

The next few trophies are mostly unmissable but are not tied to story events. They typically require you to play the game as intended and/or use gameplay mechanics for the first time/multiple times. It would be quite difficult to reach the end of the game without unlocking all of these, but I’ve included some instruction just in case!

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I’m Weak. I Know That Much…

Increase your Player Level.

Unmissable

This will happen as soon as you level up for the first time. It will be one of the first trophies you unlock as you gain exp during the tutorial.

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I Was Bored Outta My Mind!

Clear a subquest for the first time (tutorial excluded).

After the tutorial, you will be allowed to freely explore a small portion of the Town. On the opposite side of the street from the Hero Association Branch Office, there will be a hero with a Subquest for you. He will want to set himself up as your rival and ask you to have a fight with him.

Defeat him in combat to clear your first subquest and unlock this trophy!

You can complete any other subquest, of course, but this was the first one to appear for me.

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All in the Name of Justice

Clear a mission from a Hero Association branch office for the first time (tutorial excluded).

Unmissable

At the start of the game, all of your missions will come from the Branch Office as you are not yet recognised enough to receive missions from HQ, so this trophy is unmissable.

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Time to Get a Tad Serious

Set a Killer Move for the first time.

Unmissable

After a few battles, you will reach proficiency level 2 with the “Standard” fighter type. When that happens, you can pause the game and set a second killer move for the + combo in the “My Hero” tab.

If you have done the main quest with Silverfang, you will have unlocked one of Silverfang’s moves; “Fang Interpolation” and so you can just set that as your second Killer Move. Once you do, this trophy will unlock!

You’ll be forced to do this before you can progress some of the main missions, so it’s unmissable.

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Let’s Do This!

Place furniture in your room for the first time.

Unlock the Abandoned Area near the start of the game as part of the story, and you’ll be introduced to your apartment. You’ll be given a main mission to enter the apartment. Before you leave to speak to the Item Shop Owner as your objective suggests, interact with the corkboard by the door to edit the room.

Highlight any empty tile and press to “Place.”

There’s a handful of furniture already available to you, so select anything and place it in the room. The trophy will unlock once you press to exit the room editor.

If you choose not to do it at this stage, you’ll be forced to later on after unlocking the Furniture Store.

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Put on Some Undies

Change your outfit for the first time.

When you first visit your apartment as part of the story, you’ll be able to access a wardrobe at the back of the room. Press to open the Avatar Editor and then change your outfit in some way.

Press to save your changes when you’re done and the trophy will unlock once you’ve returned to your room.

If you don’t do this, then keep playing until you unlock the Apparel Store and your objectives will lead you to editing your Avatar, you just need to make sure you actually make a change or the trophy won’t unlock.

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I’m Getting Excited

Make a purchase for the first time.

Once you’re done in your apartment for the first time, you’ll have an objective to go and speak to the Item Store Clerk. When you do, they will give you a free item and thank you for your service as a Hero.

Before leaving to your next objective, speak to the clerk again to open the Item Shop where you can spend your money on Battle Items.

Purchase anything you like the look of and the trophy will unlock!

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This Is Almost a Real Fight!

Clear a mission from Hero Association HQ for the first time.

Unmissable

You will need to do a Hero Association HQ mission as part of the story, making this completely unmissable.

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Let’s Celebrate Your Promotion!

Get promoted to Hero Rank Class B.

Unmissable

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Anyone Can Be a Hero if They Desire Peace!

Get promoted to Hero Rank Class A.

Unmissable

Each time you complete a mission for Hero Association HQ, you’ll earn exp towards your Hero Rank. At a certain point, the story objectives will ask you to raise your character to Rank A, making these unmissable trophies.

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Then I’m Using My Finishing Move Too

Equip a Super Killer Move and use it in battle (tutorial excluded).

To even equip Super Killer Moves, you will need to earn enough exp to raise your fighter type to proficiency level 4. Once you’ve done that, you can pause the game and set a “Super Killer Move” for the + combo in the “My Hero” tab.

You probably won’t have a Super Killer Move for a while. The earliest I was able to get one was from a Metal Bat sub-quest when he appeared in the Town. You should be doing all Famous Hero sub-quests anyway and so will likely earn the same one or similar from other heroes.

Once you have one, equip it and then use it in battle to unlock this trophy. To use a Super Killer Move, you first need to activate a Mode Change with and then hit again and your Super Killer Move will trigger.

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This Will Serve as a Good Sample

Equip a skill for the first time.

Once you unlock the Shopping District, you’ll eventually be tasked with going to speak to the Bookstore Clerk, who will give you your first skill, HP Up.

Pause the game with and go to the Skills tab under “My Hero.” There, select any slot and then equip the new HP Up skill in there, the trophy will then unlock right away.

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Fight Us Like a True Hero! Fair and Square!

Use a boost item for the first time.

Though this seems like a pretty obvious trophy, it’s pretty easy to never earn it because the game doesn’t make it clear at all how to use items.

When you select a mission, a dialogue window will come up, asking you if you accept the mission. Your choices are “Start” and “Quit” but, below the window, there’s a small prompt that says “ Use Item.”

This is how to use items in One Punch Man. Press when you see this prompt and then select whichever item you’d like to use. The trophy will then unlock as the match begins.

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Can I Have Some Tea?

Deepen bonds with a hero.

Each character has a “Social Strength” gauge that you can find in the pause menu under the “Hero Registry” tab, on the right-hand side. There, each character you have met is listed next to a small gauge with a heart on it. Every time you use one of those characters as an ally in battle, the gauge will increase.

You can also increase it by completing subquests for those characters whenever they appear in the Town. I highly recommend doing this whenever you can as you’ll eventually need to max out yoru Social Strength with 10 different characters, making it important that you complete every “Famous Hero” mission whenever they’re in Town.

The game will notify you in the top-right corner when a Famous Hero is visiting. They don’t always have a mission for you, sometimes it is just dialogue, but look out for them anyway.

You can also earn Social Strength by completing “Special Missions” from the Hero Association HQ. If you open the map with and look at the yellow section at the top of the map, you’ll see a little pop-out speech bubble telling you if there’s any heroes on Special Missions.

When the gauge is filled for any one character, the trophy will unlock.

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Well Done!

Perform a perfect guard in battle for the first time (tutorial excluded).

You can guard in One Punch Man by pressing . To perform a perfect guard, you should time this button press so that you block at the exact same moment that a hit lands on you.

This isn’t that hard to do, and I actually managed to earn this by accident in the early moments of the game. Just keep at it if you’re struggling. Eventually you’ll get the timing down. I can’t imagine anybody would be unable to pull this off at least once.

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Today’s My Lucky Day!

Land the first attack in battle for the first time (tutorial excluded).

At the start of any battle, you will need to land the first hit to unlock this trophy. The easiest way to do this is to immediately hit when the battle starts to close the distance between you and your opponent and then quickly hit + together to use a grapple attack that the opponent won’t be able to block.

You’ll know if you were successful because the words “First Attack” will appear next to your character and the trophy will unlock.

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I Need Strength to Demolish Great Evil!

Perform a Mode Change in battle for the first time (tutorial excluded).

You must reach Proficiency Level 4 with your equipped battle type before you can execute a Mode Change by pressing .

Once that condition has been met, hit during battle when the icon in the bottom left of your HUD is no longer greyed out (takes 6 charges of the meter to the left of your health bar) to change form and unlock this trophy!

Phase Two – Complete Side Content and Reach Hero Rank S & Max Levels

During this second phase of our One Punch Man Trophy Guide, you’ll be gathering the majority of the remaining trophies while working your way up to being a level 99 S-Rank hero. You’ll want to switch out your Battle Type frequently if you haven’t been Maxing them out as you play, and you’ll also want a lot of money to purchase some clothing and furniture items.

For the most part, though, you’ll just be completing missions and subquests back-to-back in an effort to get all of the exp and money you will need. We’ll finish the grind towards Level 99 and S-Rank in the final phase of this One Punch Man Trophy Guide, but you’ll thankfully be making good progress towards those two goals during this phase.

Battle Type Trophies

The trophies in this portion of our One Punch Man Trophy Guide require you to unlock, equip, and level up each of the 6 different Battle Types in the game. Note that some battle types have variant versions (i.e. Machine Type C, Machine Type B, etc.) In those cases, only one of each must be maxed out.

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I Wanted to Be the Strongest Man on Earth

Reach the max level for the standard battle type.

The standard battle type is the one you start with, equipped by default. It won’t take you long to reach Proficiency Level 5 (max level) with the Standard battle type and you will probably earn this naturally as long as you don’t switch battle type until you earn the trophy.

Which is what I recommend you do. Stick with the Standard Battle type for a few missions and subquests until you reach level 5 and then move on to the next while working your way through the story.

If you didn’t do that, that’s fine. You can switch back at any time and work on this in the post-game if you so wish.

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You’re Our Only Hope!

Reach the max level for the power battle type.

The Power battle type is the first one you will unlock, shortly after meeting Tank-Top Tiger and Tank-Top Black Hole as part of the story, you’ll get this battle type and can switch to it from the “My Hero” tab in the pause menu.

You will need to complete missions and subquests with the Power battle type equipped. Reach Proficiency Level 5 and the trophy will unlock!

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I Acknowledge Only the Strong

Reach the max level for the weapon battle type.

The Weapon battle type is the second one you will unlock, shortly after meeting Metal Bat as part of the story, you’ll get this battle type and can switch to it from the “My Hero” tab in the pause menu.

You will need to complete missions and subquests with the Weapon battle type equipped. Reach Proficiency Level 5 and the trophy will unlock!

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I’m Exterminating You

Reach the max level for the machine battle type.

The Machine battle type is the third one you will unlock, shortly after completing a mission with Genos as part of the story, you’ll get this battle type and can switch to it from the “My Hero” tab in the pause menu.

You will need to complete missions and subquests with the Machine battle type equipped. Reach Proficiency Level 5 and the trophy will unlock!

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You’re All Hopeless without Me!

Reach the max level for the psychic battle type.

The Psychic battle type is the fourth one you will unlock, shortly after your first run-in with Hellish Blizzard and the Blizzard Bunch as part of the story, you’ll get this battle type and can switch to it from the “My Hero” tab in the pause menu.

You will need to complete missions and subquests with the Psychic battle type equipped. Reach Proficiency Level 5 and the trophy will unlock!

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Give Stimulation to My Existence

Reach the max level for the monster battle type.

You will unlock the Monster battle type at the end of the game after completing Chapter 11. Once you have it, switch to it from the “My Hero” tab in the pause menu.

You will need to complete missions and subquests with the Monster battle type equipped. Reach Proficiency Level 5 and the trophy will unlock!

Collection Trophies

The trophies in this section of our One Punch Man Trophy Guide all involve collecting a certain number of different items in the game. From Hero Skills to Furniture to Killer Moves. For a lot of these trophies you’ll be spending a fair bit of money so it is worth leaving these until you’ve finished the story and have a lot of money saved up.

You will get significant store discounts depending on your Hero Rank, too, so it’s also wise to wait until you’re Rank S.

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I Must Become Stronger!

Obtain 30 or more skills.

After saving the Shopping District as part of the story, you’ll gain access to a Bookstore that sells Hero Skills that you can equip in the “My Hero” tab of the Pause Menu.

In order to unlock this trophy, you will need to earn 30 of these skills. More and more skills will become available in the bookstore as you progress through the story, but by the end of the game you should definitely have enough money to purchase the 30 you need from there and unlock this trophy.

Also, it is rare but you can sometimes earn a Skill as a reward from missions.

You can see how many you have collected so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for this trophy.

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We’re Strong Because We Can Change Ourselves

Obtain 150 or more avatar parts (accessories excluded).

Saving the Shopping District will be one of your first main missions while working through the game’s story and that will give you access to an Apparel Store there.

At the beginning, there will be nowhere near enough avatar parts in the store to purchase the 150 you will need, so you should repeatedly return to the store and purchase what you can to make progress towards this trophy. Alternatively, just wait until the end of the game. You will have a lot of money and a vast majority of the avatar parts unlocked.

Naturally, it makes the most sense to purchase the cheapest items first to make sure you’re getting the most out of your money. You can also use Town Chips at the Appraiser to buy Avatar Items once you’ve progressed far enough to unlock it.

Note that a lot of the parts you need will be unlocked throughout the story and will become immediately available to you in the editor, so you won’t need to buy 150 items as most of them will be given to you for free. You should at least wait until you are S-rank for a big discount at all stores.

Once you’ve finished the game, you can change the gender of your character. Male and Female characters have separate clothing items, which gives you an opportunity to purchase all of the cheaper clothing items again.

You can see how many you have collected so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for this trophy.

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May I Live Here?

Obtain 50 or more pieces of furniture.

Eventually, as part of the story towards the end of Chapter 2, you will have a mission to defeat a Monster outside a Furniture store. Once you do that, you’ll be able to access the Furniture store within the Town and purchase new items of furniture for your apartment.

Similar to the trophy “We’re Strong Because We Can Change Ourselves,” you will need to visit the Furniture store frequently to purchase new furniture items as they become unlocked, or simply wait until the end of the game when you have more money and plenty of unlocked items.

In total, you will need to acquire 50 new items of furniture and, when you do, the trophy will unlock. You do not need to purchase all 50 because you’ll get quite a few furniture items as mission rewards. You should at least wait until you are S-rank for a big discount at all stores.

You can see how many you have collected so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for this trophy.

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Makes Me Want to Go All Out!

Obtain 30 or more Killer Moves.

Often, completing missions with specific “Famous Heroes” will unlock new Killer Moves from their signature moveset that you can equip your character with. You will likely make a lot of progress towards this trophy while simply playing the game, but you’re most likely to unlock it while earning But I’m Right Here.

If not, just keep completing missions, especially Famous Hero missions whenever any show up in the Town, and you’ll get this trophy eventually.

You can see how many you have completed so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for this trophy.

Subquest & Mission Trophies

The below trophies will require you to do a lot of Missions, especially “Famous Hero” and “Special” Missions to increase your Social Strength with many of the game’s characters.

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This Is Over, So Let’s Go

Clear 30 or more subquests (tutorial excluded).

Subquests all appear in the Town as white thought cloud icons. Check the town map frequently with to see if there are any new ones and then complete them as and when they show up.

There’s far more than 30 Subquests in the game so as long as you make an effort to complete them as they show up you may even unlock this trophy before finishing the story.

If not, they should appear a lot more frequently at the end of the game so you can start working through them back-to-back until the trophy pops!

You can see how many you have completed so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for this trophy.

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Was That the Last Enemy?

Clear 100 or more missions.

Grind

The game’s “Missions” can be found at both the Hero Association Branches and the main Hero Association HQ. They are categorised by difficulty and you will unlock more and more of them the further you progress through the story.

There’s plenty more than just 100 of these missions so don’t worry about having to complete them all if you find that some are a little too difficult (it happens, there’s a lot of disproportionately difficult missions peppered in).

I recommend doing at least a few missions between every main story objective to keep yourself levelled-up and prepared for what the game throws at you but even if you don’t do that, you will end up playing far more than 100 missions in order to earn some of the other trophies. Especially Overwhelming Strength is… Pretty Boring.

You can see how many you have completed so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for this trophy.

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I Need Your Help

Deepen bonds with five heroes.

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But I’m Right Here

Deepen bonds with ten heroes.

Hopefully, as suggested for Can I Have Some Tea? in the first phase of this One Punch Man Trophy Guide, you have been completing all “Famous Hero” missions when they pop up in the Town. This way, you will have been ensuring that your “Social Strength” gauge with each character has been steadily increasing throughout the game.

Through that, you may already have reached Max social Strength with 10 characters, or you might just be close. Either way, continue completing Famous Hero missions and Special Missions until you do and you’ll have both of these trophies.

Note that sometimes Subquests, Main Quests, and Optional Quests will result in an increased Social Strength with relevant characters, so it’s likely you’ll gain a lot of progress towards this trophy whilst working on other trophies.

You can see how many you have maxed out so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for these trophies (the latter won’t show until you complete the former).

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These Heroes Deserve Our Heartfelt Thanks

Unlock more than 15 characters for Free Battles with Team Rules.

Whenever you fight with or for a new “Famous Hero” throughout the game, either as part of the story or as a sub-quest, you will unlock them for Team Ranked and Free battles. You’ll be notified whenever a new character is available via a large white pop-up.

It’s actually pretty difficult not to unlock 15 characters naturally, and you’re pretty much guaranteed to get this trophy while working on But I’m Right Here if you don’t already earn it during Phase One of this One Punch Man Trophy Guide.

You can see how many you have unlocked so far by going to the “Accomplishments” board and looking for this trophy.

Phase Three – Reach Player Level 99

In this final phase of our One Punch Man Trophy Guide, with everything else you could possibly need to do in the game complete, there’s one long grind left before the platinum is yours.

Hero Association Rank Trophies

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We’ll Be Top Rankers

Get promoted to Hero Rank Class S.

Grind

You can only increase your Hero Rank by completing missions from the Hero Association HQ. Subquests and Branch Missions won’t provide you with any Hero Rank exp.

You can see how much exp you will get towards your hero rank from the summary screen before entering a mission, under “Hero Association Assessment”. Typically, the missions with higher difficulty levels will provide the most progress towards S-rank, so try to find a level of challenge that provides plenty of exp but is still managable for your personal skill level.

Once you are done with the main game, just complete as many Hero Association HQ missions as you can until you reach that elusive S-rank.

It will help you to know that you can spend Town Chips at the Appraiser for boost items which will increase your Association Rating EXP gain if used before a battle! “Hero Directory” increases your Association Rating EXP gains by 20%!

Player Level Trophies

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A God Resides in His Flesh

Reach Player Level 50.

Grind

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Overwhelming Strength is… Pretty Boring

Reach the maximum Player Level.

Grind

You will need to reach level 99 by completing missions back-to-back until you have earned enough exp. As was the case with We’ll Be Top Rankers, you will earn more exp by completing missions with a higher difficulty rating. For this trophy, though, it doesn’t matter where the missions come from.

There’s nothing forcing you to complete Hero Association HQ missions once you have We’ll Be Top Rankers, if you would prefer to complete Branch missions instead. You will get a considerable amount more exp for finishing a math with an S Rating.

It’s very useful to note that you can spend Town Chips at the Appraiser for the “Ample Experience” and “Abundant Experience” skills from the “Skills” tab in the Appraiser store and then equip them for a huge boost to your exp gains.

You should also purchase boost items which will increase your EXP gain if used before a battle! “Master’s Dictionary” increases your EXP gains by 20%!

The best mission to farm is probably the Difficulty-level 7 HQ mission “Intercept the Massive, Malevolent Threat 4.” The fight is quick if you take down the first enemy before the second can arrive, and–depending on your current level and whether you get an S or A rating–you will get enough exp with the two experience skills equipped to earn a level every one-to-three completions.

You will be at this for hours but, eventually, when you reach level 99, the trophy will unlock. It will most likely be the last trophy you earn, especially if you’ve been following this guide.

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I’m Just a Guy Who’s a Hero for Fun

Earn every trophy.

After about 25 hours of punching enemies into oblivion you should have every trophy in this One Punch Man Trophy Guide and the platinum will be all yours!

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About the Author

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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