Two Worlds II

Two Worlds II Achievement Guide

Guide By: The Pants Party, Gackt
There are 56 achievements with a total of 1250 points.

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-Estimated achievement difficulty: 3/10
-Offline: 34/46 (805/1000)
-Online: 12/46 (195/1000)
-Estimated time for 1000: 25+ hours.
-Minimum playthroughs: 1
-Missable achievements: Desert Rose, Lost (maybe Who's Next?, Legend and Prince of Thieves).
-Glitched achievements: None
-Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No cheats.
-Difficulty affect achievements: No, feel free to play on easy.
-Extra equipment needed?: None

  • DLC: Pirates of the Flying Fortress
    • Difficulty: 3/10
    • Time to 25012-16 hours
    • Unobtainable: None

Single Player Overview:
The only things you can really miss are the quests for the achievements Desert Rose and Lost. Lost needs to be done before you complete the main quest or the areas you need to go to get the rune stones become locked and can not be opened again even with lockpicking - the quest starts from the blacksmith in Ansalor, and can not be fully completed until you unlock the Swallows area in Chapter 2. Desert Rose can be missed if you just simply choose not to do it. After working for Basel in Hatmandor a man named Tongue will talk to you. Do what he says and continue doing the quests related to that and you will work towards the Desert Rose achievement.

All achievements in the single player can be obtained in one playthrough, though if you don't work on "Who's Next?" you may run out of stationary, humanoid enemies to assassinate. Kill as many Grom and Varn in this manner as you can to get the achievement quickly - also, there is a rare glitch where the skill "Death Strike" needed for this achievement does not get automatically learned like it should, so reload a save when the first task of doing an assassination starts if you can not perform it. The "Legend" achievement can somtimes be missed if the experience from killing the final boss skips you right from 39 to 41. Be sure you are somewhere in level 38 or have already reached level 40 before heading to the final battle. Also, "Prince of Thieves" may be missable if you kill a certain quest-giver, so check the Quest guide linked there for that and a few other small issues that may arise in the Guild quests.

Single Player Playthrough:
As you play through the single player campaign, it may be a good idea to take note of which dungeons you enter actually count toward your total. If you go underground at all, check your total via the notes section and see if it increased and take note of the location from one of the maps linked in the "Fortune & Glory" achievement. Be sure to visit every bounty board as you pass them (check the Quest Guide thread), and do them all as soon as they are available. If you find an enemy too tough (such as the Cyclops' on the beach quest), do a few others and level up once or twice then come back. See "Liberation" for a link to a walkthrough of the entire game and all its side-quests.

There is nothing you can miss here. The few competitive modes are easily boosted, only one of them requires more than two people which is Deathmatch (four). Money you obtain on your MP campaign characters can be transferred to Village mode to build the required amount of buildings.

DLC: Pirates of the Flying Fortress
(Full G&RM Found HERE)

Step 1 - Adventure Maps:
The four new adventure maps can all be completed solo, but I'd check for ongoing games and join those if possible to complete them a bit faster (unlikely) - otherwise just rush through them by yourself if you're strong enough. Run past everything and just kill the required enemies. The third map is particularly brutal as there are a lot of enclosed spaces with a lot of required enemies. Once the congratulations message is on-screen, you just pause and select "Quit" to receive credit for that map before moving to the next.

Step 2 - DLC Campaign:
You can ignore many of the side-quests during the expansion, but keep watch for the ones mentioned under the "Yo-ho, Yo-ho!" achievement to get the required rep. Also be sure to work on your crossbow kills early and often. Follow the walkthrough HERE to easily complete the expansion and earn all the story related achievements, and feel free to play on Easy difficulty. Just be sure to make the proper choice during the final mission to go on the treasure hunt. See "The Pursuit of Happiness" for more info on that.

[XBA would like to thank The Pants Party for this RoadMap]

The Great Escape15
Escape from Castle Vahkmaar    

Story related, can not be missed.

Into The Fire25
Complete Alsorna Introduction    

Story related, can not be missed.

Old Wounds30
Complete Chapter I in the Single Player Campaign    

Story related, can not be missed.

The Road Less Traveled...30
Complete Chapter II in the Single Player Campaign    

Story related, can not be missed.

Last Stand30
Complete Chapter III in the Single Player Campaign    

Story related, can not be missed.

Completed the Single Player Campaign    (6) 

Story related, can not be missed.

Create a potion (Single Player Campaign)   

Create a potion using alchemy for this achievement. Can be gained after reaching the first town of Bayan. Take a left after you arrive from the teleport and directly outside of town is a woman who you can do a quest for; in return she teaches you to use alchemy to cure a horse. To brew a potion you need to open your menu and tab to the alchemy screen. Press to add two or more ingredients to the cauldron, then simply press to finalize the potion.

Grey Wizard5
Create a spell (Single Player Campaign)   

This can't be missed because you have to do this during the Alsorna tutorial missions. To create a spell, you need a carrier and an effect card in the two main slots. You don't need to add any modifiers for the achievement, but they will increase the power of the spell if you want to use a mage-type character.

Hammer Time!5
Upgrade a weapon or piece of armor (Single Player Campaign)   

While doing quests in Alsorna at the beginning of the game, you are required to do this for the Orc blacksmith. After talking to him, go to your inventory and select weapons to salvage to create the steel he wants (by holding and pressing ), after that you can then press on an item you want to upgrade. So long as you know a craft (from your upgrade page in the menu) and have the correct materials, you can press to increase the stats on an item.

Clairvoyant 10
Use the Oculus (Single Player Campaign)   (4) 

Found in your potions/quest items section of your inventory, these are randomly picked up from slain enemies. Simply use one and the achievement is yours.

Minstrel Hero15
Perform a song, hitting 100% of the notes (Single Player Campaign)   (9) 

Buy the sheet music for the song "High Tides" from a merchant or musician and buy a drum to perform the song. This is the easiest song/instrument to get this achievement with as it only requires two alternating button presses.

The Antaloorian Job10
Lockpick 50 locks (Single Player Campaign)   

You will get this while playing throughout the game, simply lockpick doors/chests anytime you come to them. The longer you play and higher level you get the higher the lock difficulty will become, so best done earlier in the game. Or if you decide to put skills into lockpicking this skill will still be pretty easy as the mini game is time based and putting skill points into lockpicking will increase the time you have to pick the lock. To complete the mini-game, simply press when the pick is over a catch in the tumbler you're currently scraping. Once you hit a catch, start looking for the next one. Each tumbler has a catch on both sides directly across from each other.

Slight of Hand10
Steal from 25 people (Single Player Campaign)   (2) 

You can acquire the stealing skill book in the Cheznaddar sewers. There are some thieves down there you can buy from, but the book is sitting off to the side and you can take it for free rather then buying it. You can only steal from people who are not moving, example being guards, people standing idle at merchants, or listening to the town crier. The steal icon will appear while standing behind them. Can be annoying so save before and after each attempt or a couple skill points in stealing make this very easy as the time increase helps immensely. You need to wait for the gap in the three snakes lines up and press quickly. Move your thumbstick slowly to follow the gap in the outer-most snake at all times.

Sweep the Leg20
Effectively use Knockdown 30 times (Single Player Campaign)   (1) 

This skill is under the warrior skill tab in the menu and is actually called "Humbling Blow." It can only be done against humanoid type enemies, and is performed by holding to block, then pressing . Each level in this skill adds a percent chance to knock down the enemy so having it fully developed brings it up to a 65% chance. You can find one enemy and keep kicking him down for this achievement if you want to boost it quickly, but the opportunity of a one-hit kill after a Knockdown will likely have you using it often anyway.

Effectively use Battle Cry 75 times (Single Player Campaign)   (6) 

Battle Cry skill is under the Warriors skill tab in your menu. Simply use it 75 times while fighting against enemies by pressing . It's a percent chance to stun your enemy, easy to do while fighting multiple enemies at a time. Will come with time while playing or if you want it quickly, you could invest a few points in it to make the chance to stun higher and run around one group of enemies until it unlocks. You will likely have to buy this skill book from a merchant, as I never found it while on quests during the game.

Man in Tights35
Kill 50 enemies using Multi Arrows (Single Player Campaign)   

Archer skill. You start with multi arrow so there is no need to buy or find this skill. Simply kill 50 enemies while using multi arrow for the achievement. Can get it early off by running around the first island you get to (The Savannah) and killing the wildlife. Press to make it your active ranged attack.

Crazy like a Lox20
Kill 30 enemies using Fire Arrow (Single Player Campaign)   (8) 

Archer Skill. You need to first find or buy this skill as you don't have it to start with. Press to make it your active ranged attack, then just use fire arrow skill to kill enemies or wildlife until the achievement unlocks. The enemy needs to die from the fire damage so if you are to strong, your arrows piercing damage will kill them instead of the fire. This is best done early off or by shooting near the enemy so the area affect fire damage kills them.

White Wizard20
Kill 50 enemies with magic (Single Player Campaign)   

Simply kill enemies while using magic spells of any kind. See "Grey Wizard" for how to create a spell. You must have a staff equipped to use magic. If you didn't kill many of the Varn or wildlife in the Savannah, this becomes easy later in the game for one-hit kills.

Summon 50 monsters (Single Player Campaign)   (2) 

Create a summon magic skill, and summon a monster. Refer to "Grey Wizard" for how to create a spell - in this instance, you need a "Carrier Effect: Summon" card in the right slot, and anything but an Undead card in the left slot. You can just keep summoning over and over until it unlocks, but these creatures become useful later when you need to distract more powerful enemies.

It's A Trap!35
Set 40 traps or bombs (Single Player Campaign)   (4) 

These need to actually go off/be activated to count. To quickly earn this right after finding the skill book (which you really can't miss during the last quest of Chapter 1), use a spike trap on the mummies over and over. It only requires Level 1 in the skill, and you can keep picking the trap up and using it again.

Who's Next?20
Kill 20 enemies using Death Strike (Single Player Campaign)   (8) 

This can only be performed on humanoid type enemies. They also have to be not moving. The island you start on (Alsorna) has alot of Grom you can do this skill on. Sneak up behind them (walk while holding ) and when the icon appears, press to assassinate them. Also on the Savannah island, there are alot of Varn encampments that this can be done with.

Hero For Hire15
Complete 10 Bulletin Board Quests   (3) 

You will get this while working toward the four Guild-related quest achievements. See this thread for locations of the boards and the list of quests.

I Am Spartacus!25
Survive the Arena   (3) 

Complete all ten fights in the Arena. Received by doing quests for Basel, which you get by doing missions to get into the city of Hatmandor. Continue working for him and he will eventually tell you about the arena. Go there, complete all the waves of enemies and the achievement is yours.

Last Man Standing25
Complete the Brotherhood Questline    (2) 

See this thread for a list of quests and where to obtain them.

Dances With Mops25
Complete the Mage's Guild Questline   

See this thread for a list of quests and where to obtain them.

Prince of Thieves25
Complete The Thieve's Guild Questline    (7) 

See this thread for a list of quests and where to obtain them.

The Merchant of Antaloor25
Complete the Merchant's Guild Questline   (3) 

See this thread for a list of quests and where to obtain them.

Reach Level 20 (Single Player Campaign)   

See "Legend" for more information.

Reach Level 40 (Single Player Campaign)   

Most of your experience in the game will come from completing quests. I did the bare minimum required for achievements (Guild quests only) and ended up halfway to Level 40 after beating the final boss. You can then do any of the many town quests to get you the rest of the way if need be. Be aware that if you beat the final boss while you are level 39, you may skip level 40 entirely due to the large amount of experience earned and the achievement will not unlock. Make sure you're only level 38 or have already hit 40 before heading to the final battle.

Fortune & Glory15
Explore 25 dungeons (Single Player Campaign)   (17) 

You need to go inside 25 dungeons for this achievement. You don't actually need to explore the dungeon, just go in and come out. A good guide for this can be four here at our sister site.

One thing many people have run into here is getting stuck at 24/25 and not being able to get another dungeon to count. Me personally, I hit 24 and then visited two dungeons that did not count even though I know for sure I had never been there (the map was even fogged out before arriving and I had to pick the locks), then I went to "Cave #13" in the Vahkmaar Castle area which counted and unlocked the achievement. I would suggest NOT visiting that dungeon until you are at 24/25, as it may be a "fool-proof" dungeon that is always counted, since it is the last area of the game and the programming may expect it to be your last.

If you own the Pirates DLC, there are a few dungeons in that as well, which will count as long as you import your character from the main campaign. People have reported getting the achievement during the DLC at the pirate ship itself after being stuck at 24/25.

Collect all 4 Lost Runes: Human, Elven, Dwarven and Orcish (Single Player Campaign)    (7) 

You get this quest called (The Runestones) from the Orc blacksmith in Alsorna. You can only do one at a time. Fetch the stone he tells you to, return it and repeat until you have all four and the achievement is yours. Can not be completed until you unlock the Swallows area during the main quests of Chapter 2.

To get to the third Runestone (which is the only confusing one), hire a boat from the dock behind New Ashos, then follow the coast past the mountains to land on the western side of the continent.

Adventure Part I15
Complete Chapter I in the Multiplayer Campaign    

See "Adventure Part VII" for more information.

Adventure Part II15
Complete Chapter II in the Multiplayer Campaign    

See "Adventure Part VII" for more information.

Adventure Part III15
Complete Chapter III in the Multiplayer Campaign    

See "Adventure Part VII" for more information.

Adventure Part IV15
Complete Chapter IV in the Multiplayer Campaign    

See "Adventure Part VII" for more information.

Adventure Part V15
Complete Chapter V in the Multiplayer Campaign    

See "Adventure Part VII" for more information.

Adventure Part VI15
Complete Chapter VI in the Multiplayer Campaign    (2) 

See "Adventure Part VII" for more information.

Adventure Part VII60
Complete Chapter VII in the Multiplayer Campaign    (4) 

Complete the Multiplayer campaign to unlock this set of achievements. Despite being called Multiplayer, it can actually be done on your own by starting the game while you are the only person in the room. The amount of enemies are tailored to playing in group though, so it may be quite difficult on your own. Money earned during this portion of the game is what you will use in Village mode.

Win 5 Deathmatches   (42) 

Deathmatch requires 4 people to start, though it is team-based so two people can get a win each round. The more people in the game, the higher the required number of kills to complete, so stick with only four people if you can. To find boosting partners please use this thread.

Win 5 Duels   (4) 

This is a 1v1 gametype, first to ten kills. To find boosting partners please use this thread.

Win 5 Crystal Capture matches   (4) 

This is can be done with just 2 people. Run around the map and collect the blue gems, while ignoring the skulls and green gems until the area is clear of blue. Then hit the green gem to turn the skulls into blue gems and collect those. Clearing a section of all gems will award a bonus to make the game go more quickly. You need 150 points to win. To find boosting partners please use this thread.

Build 5 buildings in Village Mode   (3) 

See "Contractor" for more infomation.

Build 15 buildings in Village Mode   

Once you have 10,000 auras from the Multiplayer Campaign you can begin your Village. You can build 15 of the cheapest buildings and unlock this fairly quickly. As soon as you have the 10k in the MP campaign, start your Village as it will make money while you're finishing the MP stuff, and even when your system is turned off (though much slower in this case).

To transfer your character's money into the village coffers, open the stats screen and press .

Desert Rose20
Confront Mirage   (8) 

After doing the quest "Elimination Job" for Basel, you will be approached by Tongue outside. He will tell you about Zask and unlock the "Murders Investigation" quest. Continue following the questline as outlined in the guide, and the achievement will unlock once you complete "The Transaction." It does not matter which ending you choose for the quest, the achievement unlocks either way.

Warning: While doing this questline, make sure you DO NOT exit Reesa's house after teleporting away from the Underground Temple before talking with her again to start the next part of the quest (speaking with Tongue). If you leave before doing so, the house will lock behind you and you will lose out on this achievement as the quest will be stuck until you talk to her (which you can't since you can't get back in her house).

It's Alive!15
Wake the Army of Golems    (2) 

Story related, can not be missed.

I See Dead People...15
Receive the gift of the Scavengers    (1) 

Story related, can not be missed.

DLC: Multiplayer Map Pack 1
Price: $4.99 USD Achievements: 1 Points: 35
Return of the Fellowship35
Complete 4 new multiplayer adventure maps   (13) 

These new maps can all be completed solo; however, they're hard as hell! It is highly suggested you either play a mage character or use a good mace with magical damage crystals in it. If you finished the original 1000, you should have a fairly high-level character to use but even so it will be a challenge. Enlist some help via the Achievement Trading Thread if possible.

DLC: Pirates of the Flying Fortress
Price: $4.99 USD Achievements: 9 Points: 215
Grim Reaper20
Slay the Bailiff and his minions    (2) 

Story related and can not be missed.

Obtained during the "Moving Ancestors" quest.

Blind Fury20
Kill the Basilisk    

Story related and can not be missed.

Obtained during the "Needle in the Haystack" quest.

Lovers' Conspiracy20
Finish the Lovers' Conspiracy storyline    

Story related and can not be missed.

Obtained during the "Lovers' Conspiracy" quest.

Who Watches the Watchman?20
Defeat Corr Amarok    

Story related and can not be missed.

Obtained during the "Cartographer's Legend" quest.

Primal Fears30
Annihilate the Phobias    

Story related and can not be missed.

Obtained during the "Unconsciousness" quest.

Pirates of the Flying Fortress40
Complete Pirates of the Flying Fortress    (3) 

Story related and can not be missed.

Obtained during the "Subconsciousness/Consciousness" quest.

The Pursuit of Happiness15
Find your Treasure    

During the expansion's finale, be sure to choose "Happiness. Help me find it" or you will not get to partake in this treasure hunt. Once you've made the correct selection, complete the quest "The Treasure" to unlock the achievement.

Tell Willy I Got 'Em25
Kill 100 enemies with crossbow (Single player campaign)   (3) 

You get a crossbow early on, from the quest "The Mysterious Case of the Lost Chest" and can then begin killing things. If you're not a ranged specialist, you can respec for a while to help with this (turn left as soon as you reach the second island and look for a ghost in a lighthouse), or simply bring enemies down to one hit and use the crossbow to finish them off. Keep using this until you unlock the achievement and then go back to what you're comfortable with. There are about fifty weak bears and wolves on the first island, then you can kill the plants on the second island to finish up.

Yo-ho, Yo-ho!25
Reach 100 points of reputation amongst the pirates    

There is a total of 114 reputation available in the game. However, some of are via side-quests not required to complete the expansion (marked with an [S]) - you can miss one or two and still get over one hundred with what the main storyline will give you, but try to do them all to be safe. The following is a list of quests and how much rep they can give - these are listed in the order you will come across them during the game.

  • A Quest From a Pirate (+8)
  • The Boat (+7)
  • Silk Gown (+6) [S]
  • The Mysterious Case of a Lost Chest (+10) [S]
  • Teal's Ikayorte (+10), talk more after for extra (+7)
  • Glass Jar (+7)
  • Pirates Don't Cry (+10) [S]
  • Scientific Revolution (+18, in two increments of 9) [S]
  • Dice Challenge (+6, only if you beat him first try - save before!) [S]
  • A Scrap of His Mortal Form (+10)
  • Lovers' Conspiracy (+15)

Use this guide to help you with any of the quests in the DLC.

Game Info
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US January 25, 2011
Europe March 01, 2011

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