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Glass Areas : The Areas sections will also tell you when areas have landmarks, and how many search points some areas have -- both things you need to take care of for license points. Toggle navigation. Discussion View source History. Year 1 From Atelier Totori Wiki. Jump to: navigation , search. This is basically a tutorial.
You automatically receive the trophy, A Day in the Life. Be sure to visit the Gerhard, Pamela, and Peter. The rest of your day is decided for you. Snooze several times months! There are other ways to get the bad end, but this is by far the easiest. Make sure to return to Gerhard after you get back to the village to be introduced to quests.
You can have your items in the Container and still fulfill requests. If you don't know what to do, just do requests. It'll get you a nice pile of cash to start with. Tips Crafts are pretty good to synth so you can easily kill swarms of enemies. Even at low levels, items such as these are nice to have. But Crafts don't work for bosses; bombs and such are better. Well water is just outside Totori's place. Nice for crap synthing. Free fish are in barrels at the Wharf.
Melvia Go to a field and exit for a scene with Gino about going to Arland. When you get back to the village, another will come. Once you go to a field again, you'll get another scene and the Monstrous Power trophy. To the village for more scenes and Melvia in your party. Roaring Craggy Path opens. With Mel, you should manage, but it's a lot harder than the first couple areas.
This is where Crafts become useful. Fight a bit, get a scene with Mel. Aaaand then you go to Arland. You get the Like the Flash trophy. Milk doesn't count. Those are starting dates, never the date you have to do something.
There are only a couple exceptions, and those aren't tied to a specific date. Instead, they have strict time limits after you trigger them. I will warn you. Before heading off to the guild, it's amusing to see what the shopkeeps have to say.
Especially Hagel. At the guild, you get the Shouting Match trophy. Once you get to the village, you're on your own! Be sure to do 10 quests in each rank. Easy license points you shouldn't miss! Alanya Press start. Yes, you can zap yourself anywhere now. If you haven't noticed this already, Plus owners, tap the back of your Vita. A cute feature. Go in town to see that the carriage is gone.
Yep, you'll have to hoof it to Arland. Do whatever you like, but get them points up. When I give you a general date to get a rank up, it's about the point where I got mine on my first run. I focused largely on exploring, and I also didn't do 10 requests at Glass Rank, which sped me up. Don't worry about it too much. By my schedule, you'll have Diamond with a year to spare.
That spare time is valuable in its own way. I went crazy with synthesis, but I also had to prepare for some bosses I couldn't beat.
Exit and reenter again for Ceci. Synth something successfully for another with her possibly on a level up. Only Rorona could cause such a huge explosion. The next thing you need to do is get Iron rank and wait a month.
When you go back to either Atelier, you'll get another scene. Eventually, you'll be able to hire her out of Arland's Adventurer Guild instead of Alanya. See Mimi Events when she is traveling with you.
Stick in the Alanya area with her in the party and it'll be easy to trigger many events. A Bounce Stone is important to have. It's a fairly useless item, actually, but you need one for later!
Explore probably a second time; I never got it to trigger after my first outing as an adventurer , then return to Alanya for Rorona's Recipes. While you're exploring that second time, you should find an Eiche.
Mel will help you with that. Visit the shopkeeps in Arland while you're up there. Tiffani has recipes. You can update your rank with Cordelia henceforth, Cory too. You will not do this any other way for now, anyway. This will probably net you Iron by the time you get up there.
Tips Money trick! Buy the Port Outfits from Hagel, then sell for a profit. Friendship: It increases on the world map as you travel, and that's the wisest way to get it up. Friendship will raise through this method till it hits 60, then it will stop. So use everyone, at least temporarily. Also, keep Mimi around in your final party to make it easier to get her to level I suggest dealing with Gino first; get him to level 15, maybe slightly above, before dropping him from your party forever.
And seriously, forever. Not a single battle more till it's ending time. See Gino Events for the reason why. Ceci is in Gerhard's place. You can buy recipes from her and Pamela. Obviously you have to choose what is level appropriate. Do whatever the license part of the menu tells you.
This will involve making a bunch of equipment with Hagel, synthing all the items out of your recipe books, exploring, finding all gather points in certain areas, fighting bosses, and doing quests. It's pointless to get all points, and I strongly suggest against torturing yourself to get them all. This guide thus does not help you with that. The highest rank you need to hit for all ends and trophies is Cobalt.
Coincidentally, no new areas will open up after that. If you like optional bosses, Galaxy, the highest rank, is your goal. Since many of you are trophy hunters, here's what you need to do: get all important events and ends.
No, you don't need to synth everything though you likely will, or close to it , nor do you need to fight all bosses, find all monsters, etc. For those of you who played Rorona, this game is actually easier to Platinum.
Chest is a bomb. Cross bridge for landmark. You'll gain access to Rorona's workshop.
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