Tales of Vesperia

Tales of Vesperia Achievements

To Points Unknown

The journey of 100,000 km begins with a single step.  

If you somehow don't have this by the time you get every other achievement, use a wired controller and tape your thumbstick up while flying on Ba'ul as this counts as well.

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User Comments
Comment #1 by CesarRabbit
Tuesday, November 23, 2010 @ 11:40:07 PM

how do u get this achivement??

Comment #2 by Soap of Death
Wednesday, December 22, 2010 @ 07:57:38 AM

Fly around the world map on Ba'ul. I just tied a rubber band around the left stick, wrapping it around the back of the controller so that Ba'ul would fly on his own. Once that was done I'd go to work or run errands and eventually the achievement would unlock. It's also an easy way to unlock the 'Map Nerd' achievement.

Comment #3 by xXGalickgunXx
Monday, June 27, 2011 @ 01:37:28 PM

man i am at my second playtrough and i av been flying around for a bout 2 days and it not unlocked... yet -___-

Comment #4 by Distractor08
Tuesday, August 16, 2011 @ 01:55:39 PM

I think this may have to be done on one playthrough. Not sure though.

Comment #5 by CrimZonTemPest
Sunday, January 15, 2012 @ 05:09:12 PM

Yea one playthrough

Comment #6 by Volcannon
Monday, February 27, 2012 @ 09:03:07 AM

does that mean it can only be done on a new game only? Or can it be done on an ex new game too?

Comment #7 by Confidential
Monday, April 02, 2012 @ 08:42:19 PM

@#6 An EX new game is fine.

Comment #8 by jmeyer2039
Friday, August 10, 2012 @ 09:19:06 PM

Of all the complicated or time-consuming achievements for this game, this one is just absurd. I have 175 hours played on my main file wherein I've completed absolutely everything you can in one playthrough. I have a couple other files, as well, having gotten every other achievement (except Vesperia Master, of course). And I still don't have this one. So, I've been letting my controller go with Ba'ul flying around for a few hours now. It STILL hasn't unlocked. In other words, there is virtually no chance anyone will get this trophy naturally. It might as well read, "Tape or rubberband your left thumbstick while you leave the game on and do something else for a day or two! 10 points!" Because I have a feeling that is what almost everyone who gets this achievement will have ended up doing. Th

Comment #9 by Tenshihalo
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 @ 09:24:54 AM

hey i have a question. for the achievement To Points Unknown, do u have to go in a single direction? im using the rubber band wrapped around the controller to make baul fly on his own but what happens if baul hits aspio. that is a place where there is a mountain where baul puts him in a different angle. does the achievement reset itself?

Comment #10 by Zhark
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 @ 08:59:57 AM

@9 no it doesnt reset, just leave it on overnight and you'll have it. its been a couple years since i did this game but i believe it takes about 20 hours. If you do it at an angle though its an easy way to afk 100% world map achievement.

Comment #11 by Bloodshed113094
Monday, March 18, 2013 @ 06:05:38 PM

This is a good example of an early achievement that didn't know what was and wasn't stupid. I have no idea how far 100,000km is, but since this takes hours of circling the globe, I would say the planet isn't even 100km around.

Comment #12 by Ameno
Friday, May 31, 2013 @ 02:23:01 PM

If you use a guide to mostly figure out where to go for side quests and what not you will most likey have to use a rubber band to let Ba'ul fly on his own.

Comment #13 by VortexBUNNY
Tuesday, October 08, 2013 @ 05:52:39 AM

Since I had no rubber band to use, I just used the game case to hold down the stick and then lean the case against something else so it would stay put. I've been doing this for about 7 hours and my main file has 125 hours played...and nothing so far. Kind of a pointless achievement, 50.000 km would've made more sense.

Comment #14 by abaramuchi
Sunday, August 31, 2014 @ 03:47:06 PM

Using the average time of 10 hours on Ba'ul at 33.4 seconds per circumnavigation, Terca Lumireis is about 57 miles (92km) in circumference, about 18 miles in diameter (102mph on Ba'ul). With no more than 500 sq miles of arable land, if can it support enough people to build Zaphias? How could Entelexia eat? How is there any biodiversity? How is there enough ore? How does anything stay on the ground? Granted this is silly-we're talking about a video game-but if they're going to put in such a stupid achievement, then I'm going to write a stupid comment.

Comment #15 by Thraith
Friday, July 17, 2015 @ 07:22:05 PM

In this game, 1 second of flying equals 1 kilometer of travel. 100,000Km/3600(60secsX60mins)= 27.7 hrs of real time flight. I had played the game for a long time and finally plugged in my cord charger cable and let in run all night and when I came back from work the next night, it had popped.

The travel DOES NOT carry over into new games. Pain in the ass but doable.

Comment #16 by sweet oni
Saturday, August 15, 2015 @ 02:35:52 PM

I have over 100 hours of game time and left the thumbstick up while flying Ba'ul starting at 109 hours. I can't believe it hasn't unlocked yet and now it says 117 hours have been played. I'm still on my first playthrough and I'm not going to continue until I unlock this!

Comment #17 by Saint Jericho
Sunday, February 14, 2016 @ 04:49:30 AM

This has to be one of the stupidest achievements ever. This is a perfect example of why JRPGs aren't as popular as they once were!

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Game Info
Namco Bandai
Namco Bandai


US August 26, 2008
Japan August 07, 2008

Resolution: HDTV 720p
Sound: Dolby 5.1 Surround
Players: 1-4
Online Players : N/A
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