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Achievement Guide

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*                              Game: Catherine                               *
*                       System: Xbox 360 (also on PS3)                       *
*                       Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide                       *
*                           Written By: Gamer364                             *
*                              Copyright 2011                                *
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Stage 1: The Guide's Timeline
Stage 2: Intro
Stage 3: Achievement/Trophy Overview
Stage 4: The Game's Achievements/Trophies and How to unlock them
Stage 5: How to Contact me
Stage 6: Legal Junk, Special Thanks and Other Guides I've Done


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11/16/2011: The Guide's Birth

Various dates I forgot to list: I got a good majority of the guide done, but
it seems that I forgot to list the dates for them.  Dang, you and I would
think that after 10 guides, I would know better.  Hopefully I won't make the
same mistake when I create and summit future guides.

11/27/2011: Got the main guide done, now I just need to do the overview and
I'm ready to summit the guide to GameFAQs.

12/20/2011: Got done with the overview finally.  Now I just need to make some
final touches then I'm ready to summit it to GameFAQs.

12/24/2011: I finally guide done and summited it to GameFAQs.

01/04/2011: Found and corrected a few errors in the guide.  Nothing special
here.


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Hey Guys, welcome to my next guide in my series of works.  As you can tell
from my user name, my name is Gamer364.  This guide is designed to help all
players playing this game unlock all the achievements/trophies.  Apparently,
this game was made by the people who made Persona 3 and Persona 4 (I never
played either game personally, but I heard they're both really good games).
I know their's an achievement guide on this site already, but I wanted to
include my own guide into the mix, just in case the one that's shown already
isn't enough for you guys.  Other than that, I can't think of much to say
about this game and I know you guy probably don't like long Intros anyway, so
I'll get on with the guide already.

Warring: This guide can and will contain spoilers.  I will do my best to not
spoil stuff from the game, but sometimes it just can not be helped, so read at
your own risk.


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Achievement difficulty (on a scale of 1 through 5, 5 being the hardest): 

2.5 for 635G for Xbox and 41 Trophies for PS3 (based on personal experience)
4.5 for full 1000G and 50 Trophies with video walkthroughs
5 for full 1000G and 50 Trophies without video walkthroughs

Number of Achievements/Trophies: 50

Least amount of playthroughs to get all Achievements/Trophies:

Story Mode: 1 (3 suggested)
Babel Mode: 1
Rapunzel Mini-Game: 2 (or 128 Stages)
Total: 4 (7 suggested)

Number of Missable Achievements/Trophies: 11

Details: This game is quite hard to 100%, but I'll swear up and down that
you'll 100% this eventually.  I read on PS3trophies.org that story mode can be
beaten in one playthrough if you were as neutral as possible and save your
game on Day 5 when you start deciding what endings you are going for.  Where
on Day 5 is not exactly clear to me, because for all I know it could be
refering to either saving on the nightmare stages (like after 5-1) or in the
Stray Sheep after you beat the nightmare stages.  Even if I did know for sure,
beating the game in one playthrough would basicly require you to playthrough
the game on Hard, and I don't exactly recomend this course of action when
selecting your difficulty at the starting gate.  Because of this, 3
playthroughs are suggested, but like I said, you could end up beating story
mode in 1 playthrough.  If your going to try to beat story mode in one
playthough, I would highly suggest playing on Normal first, then switch on
over to Hard once you decide you want to go for "The Golden Child" through the
in-game options menu.

For Babel Mode, you need to at least get a Gold Trophy on either Normal or
Hard in order to unlock it.  Because of this, your starting difficulty should
at least be on Normal.  As for Babel Mode itself, you have to make it up to
the top of each of the four Babel Stairs this game has (the names of which I
will not spoil just yet).  However, due to a bug in the last one you unlock,
it's impossible to beat it while doing it solo (well, in the US version
anyway).  Thankfully, Babel Mode can be played in Pairs (co-op/2 Player mode)
and the last stage in Pairs still works just fine, so it's not glitched
completely.

And Finally we have the Rapunzel Mini-Game.  This Mini-Game can be played at
anytime during the Golden Playhouse while running around in the Stray Sheep
Bar.  Intially, they're 64 stages and you get 3 tries per day.  Once you beat
Rapunzel's 64 stages (not 100% sure if you need to get the True ending for it
or not), you'll then be given a code to access the other 64 stages (thus, 2
Playthroughs (or 128 Stages) for this mini-game).  As for the 3 tries per day
rule, once you have beaten the game for the first time, 3 tries turns into
Unlimited tries (or Free Play if you will).  I'm not sure if you need to get
the True ending for the extra 64 stages as well to get the final Rapunzel
achievement/trophy as well.


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This is the meat of this guide.  Here, I'm going to seperate the
achievements/trophies into groups.  Here are the groups of
achievements/trophies.

1. The Golden Playhouse (Story Mode)
2. The Game's Endings
3. Babel Mode
4. Rapunzel Mini-Game
5. Miscellaneous Achievements/Trophies

I will go in order of how I number them, starting with The Golden Playhouse.


The Golden Playhouse (Story Mode)

This group of achievements/tropies are for the Golden Playhouse and others
related to it.  Unless marked with an "*", these achievements/trophies can't
be missed, because they're part of the story.  If your having trouble with
nightmare stages, be it on Normal or Hard, you can refer to this site for
various video walkthroughs, just click the stage area your having trouble on.
This was made by the Catherine Wiki.

http://catherinethegame.wikia.com/wiki/Walkthrough:Overview

A. The Nightmares Have Just Begun
Description: Conquer Stage 1.
Gamerscore: 5
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you beat the Underground Cemertary Stage 1-1 in the
nightmare stages.

Note: This is the only non-secret story-related achievement/trophy in the
game.

B. Push It to the Limit!*
Description: Push 5 blocks at once. (Golden Playhouse)
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You need to arange 5 normal blocks so you can push them.  This can be
done on all of the nightmare stages pretty much.

C. Have an Ice Day*
Description: Slide an Ice Block 5 or more blocks. (Golden Playhouse)
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You need to make an Ice block slide at least 5 blocks before it reaches
the edge.  You'll start seeing these in Quadrangle (Stage 5) and as far as I
know his is the only stage you see them in (well, you do see them in stage 9,
but I'm not going to count that stage, because it's appearence is way too
random).  Here's a Youtube video for an easy spot to do this in.  The video
takes place on 5-2 on Normal and was made by technole of Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vuACmsuruvc

D. Bomberlamb*
Description: Hit 15 blocks with a single explosion. (Golden Playhouse)
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: For this one, you need to make it so an exploding block hit 15 other
blocks.  You start seeing these in Clock Tower (Stage 6).  This will most
likely come naturally as you go through 6-2 if your playing on Normal, but if
for some reason it doesn't, here's a YouTube Video below.  This video was done
on 6-2 on Normal and was made by technole of Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=tsucC953JS0#!

F. Take Your Time*
Description: Move a Dark Block 10 times in a row. (Golden Playhouse)
Gamerscore: 30
Trophy Color: Silver
Guide: You need to move a Dark Block 10 times in a row for this one.  Any
stage with these blocks will work here.

E. I Can Fly!*
Description: Jump on a Spring Block 3 times in a row. (Golden Playhouse)
Gamerscore: 30
Trophy Color: Sliver
Guide: You need to Jump on a Spring Block 3 times in a row for this one.
You'll start seeing these on Quadrangle (Stage 5).  Here's a Youtube video on
how to do this.  This video was done on 5-1 and was made by technole of
Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=1ydGiKY9BoQ

G. Babel's Calling*
Description: Unlock the Altar by earning 1 Gold Prize on Normal or Hard.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: Self-Explanatory, you just need to earn 1 Gold Prize on any of the
difficulties mentioned.  You can easily do this in the Underground Cemetery
(Stage 1-1).  This can be missed if you don't at least play on Normal and/or
you don't get a Gold Prize at all during the game, but that's not likely.

H. 3-Star Man*
Description: Unlock Menhir by earning 3 Gold Prizes on Normal or Hard.
Gamerscore: 15
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: Refer to Babel's Calling, but this time you earn 3 Gold Prizes instead
of 1.

I. 5-Star Man*
Description: Unlock the Obelisk by earning 5 Gold Prizes on Normal or Hard.
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: Refer to Babel's Calling and/or 3-Star Man, but this time you earn 5
Gold Prizes instead of 1 or 3.

J. The Great Escape
Description: Conquer Stage 2.
Gamerscore: 5
Trophy Color: Sliver
Guide: You get this when you beat the Prison of Despair Stage 2-3 in the
nightmare stages.

K. Let My Sheep Go
Description: Conquer Stage 3.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you beat the Torture Chamber Stage 3-3 in the
nightmare stages.

L. No One Expects the...
Description: Conquer Stage 4.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you beat the Inquisition Stage 4-2 in the nightmare
stages.

M. Crossing the Courtyard
Description: Conquer Stage 5.
Gamerscore: 15
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you beat the Quadrangle Stage 5-3 in the nightmare
stages.

N. What Time is It?
Description: Conquer Stage 6.
Gamerscore: 15
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you beat the Clock Tower Stage 6-4 in the nightmare
stages.

O. Path to the Altar
Description: Conquer Stage 7.
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you beat the Spiral Corridor Stage 7-5 in the
nightmare stages.

P. Making Legends
Description: Conquer Stage 8.
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Silver
Guide: You get this when you beat the The Cathedral Stage 8-1 in the nightmare
stages.

Q. True Freedom!
Description: Conquer Stage 9.
Gamerscore: 30
Trophy Color: Silver
Guide: You get this when you beat The Empireo Stage 9-6 in the nightmare
stages.

R. Taking on the Gods*
Description: Unlock Axis Mundi by earning all Gold Prizes on Normal or Hard.
Gamerscore: 30
Trophy Color: Silver
Guide: Refer to Babel's Calling, 3-Star Man and/or 5-Star Man, but this time
you earn all of Gold Prizes instead of 1, 3 or 5.  If your playing this game
on Hard, you'll unlock this at the same time as "The Golden Child".

S. The Golden Child*
Description: Earn Gold Prizes on all Hard difficulty stages.
Gamerscore: 100
Trophy Color: Gold
Guide: Refer to Babel's Calling, 3-Star Man, 5-Star Man and/or Taking on the
Gods, but this time you earn all of Gold Prizes instead of 1, 3 or 5 and it
has to be on Hard.  If you've been playing the game on this difficulty, you'll
unlock this at the same time as "Taking on the Gods".


The Game's Endings

This group of achievements/trophies talk about the game's endings like the
group name suggests.  This game has 8 different endings, but you can get them
all in 1 playthrough of story mode if you know where and when to save.  There
are 3 different types of endings: The Lover endings (Law), The Cheater endings
(Chaos), and the Freedom endings (Neutral).  Each type of ending has 3
different endings tied to them (except for the Freedom endings which has 2).
You generally want to make choices that make your Karma meter lean more
towards Chaos for the Cheater endings, or Law for the Lover endings.  For the
True Freedom ending, you can't make your Karma meter lean towards Chaos nor
Law.

What type of ending you get and rather it's a Bad (Lover/Cheater endings
only), Normal or True ending depends on the choices you make as you go
through game and what Landing confessional choices you make in The Empireo
nightmare stages.  There are 4 questions that determine the game's endings.
The 1st one effects nothing, the 2nd and 3rd ones determine what the 4th
question is, and the last one decides your ending (1 question will take you to
another one if you don't answer "Yes" for that question though).

T. Nighty Night
Description: View the bad Lover ending.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This is Katherine's bad lover path, and it'll require the karma meter
to be leaning heavily to the left which is the Chaos side.  What basicly
happends here is that Vincent trys to convince Katherine that Catherine is not
real and he never actually cheated on her, but she still leaves him anyway.
This ending can be achieved in one of two Q&A paths:

A.
Q1 (Would you risk everything to get your lover back) - Your Choice
Q2 (Do you wish for a peaceful life?) - Yes
Q3 (Do you wish for the excitement of chaos?) - Yes
Q4 (Which of these do you truly wish for?) - Peaceful days

B.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - Yes
Q3 - No
Q4 (Do you still have a longing for chaos?) - No

I personally went with the Q&A path B for this one.

U. Hit the Road, Vincent
Description: View the bad Cheater ending.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This is Catherine's bad Cheater path, and it'll require the karma meter
to be leaning heavily to the Right which is the Law side.  What basicly
happends here is that Vincent trys to get Catherine to marry him, but she
turns him down.  This ending can be achieved in one of two Q&A paths:

A.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - Yes
Q3 - Yes
Q4 - Chaotic Excitement

B.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - No
Q3 - Yes
Q4 (Do you still have any longing for peace?) - No

I personally went with the Q&A path B for this one.

V. Just Like Old Times
Description: View the normal Lover ending.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This is Katherine's normal lover path, and it'll require the karma
meter to be leaning heavily to the right which is the Law side.  What basicly
happends here is that Vincent manages to convince Katherine that Catherine is
not real and he never actually cheated on her with the help of his friends.
Vincent and Katherine then go on to plan the wedding as if the game never
happend.  This ending can be achieved in one of three Q&A paths:

A.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - Yes
Q3 - Yes
Q4 - Peaceful days

B.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - No
Q3 - Yes
Q4 - Yes

C.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - Yes
Q3 - No
Q4 (Are you prepared to live in peace, forever?) - Not really

I personally went with the Q&A path B for this one.

W. Sleepless Nights
Description: View the normal Cheater ending.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This is Catherine's normal Cheater path, and it'll require the karma
meter to be leaning heavily to the Left which is the Chaos side.  What basicly
happends here is that Vincent manages to get Catherine to marry him.
Catherine's true father, Nergal shows up and trys to put a stop to it, but
Catherine insists on marrying him.  Catherine then transports Vincent to the
underworld where they live out there lives.  This ending can be achieved in
one of three Q&A paths:

A.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - Yes
Q3 - Yes
Q4 - Chaotic Excitement

B.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - Yes
Q3 - No
Q4 - Yes

C.
Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - No
Q3 - Yes
Q4 (Are you prepared to live the rest of your life in the excitement you
wished for?) - No

I personally went with the Q&A path C for this one.

X. Whatever, Buddy
Description: View the normal Freedom ending.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This is normal freedom path, where Vincent doesn't want to hook up with
Katherine nor Catherine and the karma meter can be leaning to either the left
or right sides.  What basicly happends here is that Vincent tells Muton that
he doesn't want either girl and wants to remain single.  Shocked by the turn
of events, Muton then apologizes to Vincent for making go through everything
that happend in the game.  Vincent then borrows some money from Muton so he
can bet on a wrestling match, but ends up losing.  This ending can only be
achieved through this Q&A path:

Q1 - Your choice
Q2 - No
Q3 - No
Q4 (If "the truth" causes you to be alone, would you still search for it?) -
Yes

Note: If you say "No" to this question, you'll then be asked "Which of these
do you truly wish for?"

Y. Starting a New Life
Description: View the true Lover ending.
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Sliver
Guide: This is Katherine's true lover path, and it'll require the karma meter
to be maxed out to the right which is the Law side.  What basicly happends
here is the same as normal Lover ending, but this time Vincent and Katherine
actually get married.  This ending can only be achieved through this Q&A path:

Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - Yes
Q3 - No
Q4 - I'm ready

Z. Lord of the Night
Description: View the true Cheater ending.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This is Catherine's true Cheater path, and it'll require the karma
meter to be maxed out to the Left which is the Chaos side.  What basicly
happends here is the same as the normal cheater ending, but this time Vincent
becomes the King of the Underworld.  This ending can only be achieved through
this Q&A path:

Q1 - Your Choice
Q2 - No
Q3 - Yes
Q4 - Yes

AA. A Life Without Regrets...
Description: View the true Freedom ending.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This is basicly the same path as the normal freedom one, but your karma
meter can't be either to the left nor to the right to get this ending.  What
basicly happends here is the same as the normal Freedom ending, but Vincent
actually wins the bet this time.  Vincent then uses the money to grab a seat
on the tourist space shuttle and (I assume) lives the rest of his days in a
space home.  The Q&A path for this ending is the same as the normal Freedom
ending, but I'll put it up again anyway.

Q1 - Your choice
Q2 - No
Q3 - No
Q4 - Yes


Babel Mode

This mode unlocks itself when you get at least 1 gold trophy in the nightmare
stages on either Normal or Hard.  This mode has four different levels each
with their own achievment/trophy for beating them: Altar, Menhir, Obelisk and
Axis Mundi.  This mode can be played by yourself, or while playing in pairs
(2 player mode).  I would suggest trying to play the stages by yourself, but
if your really stuggling, it's easier to play this mode in pairs due to the
reduced number of steps you have climb (even if your playing by yourself with
2 controlers).  This mode's block placement is randomized each time you play
this mode, so it's really hard to come up with strategies for various levels
of Babel.  I will include video links for various stages so you get the
general idea of what to expect (along with the uploader of the video of
course).  Before attempting this mode however, you'll want to play through the
nightmare stages on Hard, so you can prepair yourself for this mode.  The
reason for this is because you don't get to use the Undo command (Back on Xbox
360 and Select on PS3) in this mode, and Hard mode lacks this ability to use
it as well.

Glitch Warring: While the achievement/trophy for beating this stage isn't
glitched, Axis Mundi has a bad habbit of kicking it up to level 2 after you
climb 1 or 2 steps.  Because of this, the stage is unbeatable at this time.
You can still beat this stage if you do pairs, so Axis Mundi is not glitched
completely.  This only applies to the North American version of this game (as
far as I know anyway).

AB. Altar Conquered!
Description: Complete Stage 1 of Babel.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This stage consists of mostly Normal and Cracked blocks with some Heavy
blocks placed in the mix.  If your doing this stage solo, you need to climb
150 steps to beat this stage.  If your doing this stage in pairs however,
then you need to climb 102 steps.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB3SqPGyN5k

The video was made by MasterLL of Youtube.

Note: Assumes that you are playing the PS3 US version of the game.

AC. Menhir Conquered!
Description: Complete Stage 2 of Babel.
Gamerscore: 15
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This stage has the same three blocks from Altar with Trap blocks that
show up in the middle of the tower.  If your doing this stage solo, you need
to climb 190 steps to beat this stage.  If your doing this stage in pairs
however, then you need to climb 130 steps.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSVNFaY4NEc

This video was made by kormaruR of Youtube.

Note: Assumes that you are playing the PS3 Japan version of the game.

AD. Obelisk Conquered!
Description: Complete Stage 3 of Babel.
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This stage introduces the Ice, Bomb and Mystery Blocks and has the same
three blocks from Altar and the Trap block from Menhir and throws in the
Monster blocks when you get to the middle of the tower.  If your doing this
stage solo, you need to climb 240 steps to beat this stage.  If your doing
this stage in pairs however, then you need to climb 154 steps.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wVQsN4_MuQ&feature=player_embedded

This video was made by rovingleaves of Youtube.

Note: Assumes that you are playing the PS3 Japan version of the game.

AE. A God is Born!
Description: Conquer the final stage of Babel.
Gamerscore: 100
Trophy Color: Gold
Guide: The final stage the description refering to is Axis Mundi.  This stage
has only the the Normal and Cracked blocks from Altar.  However, this stage
also includes the Black Hole blocks as well.  If your doing this stage in
pairs you need to climb 168 steps.  Doing this stage solo is not possible at
this time due to the glitch mentioned eariler (US version only).  If the
glitch was non-exsitent (US version only), gets a patch to correct this
(again, US version only) or if you playing this game in a different country,
you would've had to climb 300 steps.

Note: This is the only secret achievement/trophy in this group of
achievements/trophies.  Also, I haven't inclueded a video for this stage on
purpose, because as mentioned before, doing this stage solo is not possible at
this time for those playing the US version of this game.


Rapunzel Mini-Game

You can play this mini-game at any time during your playthroughs of the
Golden Playhouse (Story Mode) while your at the Stray Sheep (the game's Hub
World outside the nightmares) starting from Day 3.  This mini-game is basicly
the same as the nightmare stages except for one difference:  You have a move
limit instead of a time limit.  What I mean by it is that in the nightmare
stages blocks will gradually fall and you will slowly have less room to work
with.  This doesn't happend in the Rapunzel mini-game, but you only get so
many moves like 60 or 120 (just examples, actual move limit varies).  This
group has three achievements for them, one for beating the 1st 64 stages, one
for using the code to do the 1st extra stage, and one more for beating all of
the extra stages.

Note: What I mean by "1st 64 stages", "using the code" and "beating all of the
extra stages" is that there's a total of 128 stages in the Rapunzel mini-game.
The first 64 can be played right out of the starting gate (one at a time), and
you get a code for beating stage 64 to access the extra 64 stages.

You do get 3 trys per day until your final day during your first playthrough,
but after you beat the game for the first time, you get basicly unlimited
tries for all save files in the game.  I think it only applies to the
difficulty option you were playing on at the time, but the mini-game will
remember what stage you were on when you stopped playing it, so don't worry
about losing your save progress on the mini-game too much.

I'm not 100% sure on this, but there are the Rosaires hidden in stages 52, 56,
60 and 64, and I think you need to grab them in the mentioned stages to get
the code for the extra 64 stages.  I also think that you need to get the
Rosaires in the extra stages as well to get the final achievement/trophy for
this group of achievements/trophies.  So basicly, I think you need to see the
True ending to the Rapunzel mini-game two times, one in normal mode and one in
extra mode.  I could be wrong though on all accounts though.

If at any point you are having trouble with Rapunzel, here's a link to a
playlist of video walkthroughs for all 128 stages.  The playlist was created
by XCVii007r1 of Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5775F9FDCBD08849&

Note: The videos in the playlist assume that your playing the Xbox 360 Japan
version of the game.

AF. Past a Heap of Puzzles
Description: Beat Stage 64 of Rapunzel.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you beat Stage 64 of the Rapunzel mini-game.  You'll
get a code before it unlocks though.  I know I said this before, but I think
you need to collect Rosaires in stages 52, 56, 60 and 64 and see the True
ending for the normal Rapunzel mode in order to get the code and, thus unlock
this achievement/trophy though.  I got the True ending for the normal stages,
but I'm not sure if you can get away with getting the bad ending as well.

Note: This is the only non-secret achievement/trophy in this group of
achievements/trophies.

AG. Mystery Within a Puzzle
Description: Uncover the truth behind Rapunzel.
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You get this when you start the extra stages of Rapunzel.  You have to
enter a code the game gives you for beating the first 64 stages of Rapunzel.
I will tell you right now that the code goes as follows:

Up, Down x2, Up x3, Down x4, Right

Like I said though, you need to beat the first 64 stages in order for the code
to work.  After you enter the code and press play, start up Extra stage 1 and
it'll unlock after the intro sequence for extra Rapunzel mode.  Make sure you
enter the code when the heart is on top of the word Rapunzel.

AH. Legendary Prince
Description: Hear Rapunzel's sad song.
Gamerscore: 30
Trophy Color: Silver
Guide: You'll unlock this when you beat extra stage 64 of Rapunzel.  Again,
I'm not sure if you need to collect the Rosaires in stages 52, 56, 60 and 64
in the extra Rapunzel mode as well as the normal stages or if you can get the
bad ending for one or both types of Rapunzel stages and still unlock this.


Miscellaneous Achievements/Trophies

This group of achievements/trophies are here because I either not sure where
else they are suppose to go, or are not related to any of the
achievement/trophy groups mentioned above.

AI. Dreams Come True
Description: View all of the endings.
Gamerscore: 100
Trophy Color: Gold
Guide: As mentioned before, there are 8 endings in all, two of which are bad,
and the rest being normal or true.  Like I said, this unlocks when you view
the last of the game's endings, along with the ending achievement/trophy you
didn't unlock at that point of time.

AJ. Read All About It!
Description: Get Justin out of his jam.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Sliver
Guide: You need to make sure Justin makes to the final day alive.  What I mean
by this is that, is it possible for Justin to get killed off if you at least
talk to him.  This applies to Todd, Archie, Daniel and Morgan as well.  You
have to make choices Justin throws you in a certain way.  In the Landings
(break/safe areas), Justin will appear as "Sheep with Glasses".  Here's all of
conversations you have to make with him at various times and places when he
actually shows up.

2-1 - He has no choices this time, just talk to him.

2-2 - Again, just talk to him.

Day 2 - ...Hm? Have I met you somewhere before? - Maybe...

3-1 - Your climbing was quite innovative. It's the truth. - I'll join you.

3-2 - I get the feeling something big's coming up... Want to trade techniques?
- I'll join you.

Day 3 - Which do you think are more pitiful: men, or women? - Men, of course.

4-1 - Just talk to him.

Day 4 - Again, just talk to him.

5-1 - Today's layout is nasty... There might be special techniques. - Teach me
a technique!

5-2 - No choices here, just talk to him.

Day 5 - ...She took her own life after that. It's the truth. - It's not your
fault.

Note: I have read that "What's done is done." also works here, but I'm not
100% sure on that one.

6-1 - Let's talk about our techniques. We've all got to keep climbing. - Let's
do it.

6-2 - But just so you know, 40% of women cheat. It's the truth. - That's a
lot!

6-3 - Just Talk to him, that's all.

Day 6 - And she's not going to tell him that he isn't... It's the truth. - Is
there a reason?

7-1 - ...Let's talk about techniques. I feel like entrusting you with them. -
Let's work together.

7-2 - Just talk to him.

7-3 - Again, just talk to him.

Day 8 - Talk to him for the achievement/trophy.

AK. A New Look
Description: Help Todd out of his trouble.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You need to make sure Todd makes to the final day alive.  You have to
make choices Todd throws you in a certain way.  In the Landings, Todd will
appear as "Sheep with Regent Hair".  Here's all of conversations you have to
make with him at various times and places when he actually shows up.

2-1a - You want me to teach you the technique I found? - Yes!  Tell Me!

2-1b - How was that? Betcha didn't know. - I didn't know...

2-2a - You survived because of the techniques I found, huh? - Teach me
something else!

2-2b - You knew that!? - No...

Day 2 - Have we met? - Maybe...

3-1 - Ooh, I've got a technique for you. - Please tell me.

3-2 - No choices (finally), just talk to him.

Day 3 - Do you know what you've got to have to be a real man? - Lots of money.

4-1 - Just talk to him.

Day 4 - He won't be at the Stray Sheep for the rest of the game until Day 8
if he makes it their alive.

5-1 - She wants revenge... I broke up with her because she lied about being
pregnant, and now look at me! - The pregnancy was a lie?

5-2 - ...I was abandoned. I guess I can't help it if I'm worthless... - That's
your dad's fault!

6-1 - He doesn't seem to show up in the nightmare stages for the remainder of
the game, I'll need to look into this more though.

Day 8 - Talk to him for the achievement/trophy.

AL. Mother Inferior
Description: Help Archie work through his quandary.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You need to make sure Archie makes to the final day alive.  You have to
make choices Archie throws you in a certain way.  In the Landings, Archie will
appear as "Long-Haired Sheep".  Here's all of conversations you have to make
with him at various times and places when he actually shows up.

2-1 - Doesn't Show up until 3-1.

Day 2 - Have we met? - Maybe...

3-1 - Just talk to him.

3-2 - Again, just talk to him.

Day 3 - Do you know what you've got to have to be a real man? - Lots of money.

4-1 - We were talking about techniques. Wanna join in? - Join the conversation

Day 4a - Do I look like a good person? - Of course.

Day 4b - So you mean you'd pull back even if the woman of your dreams hit on
you? - Of course.

5-1 - You only need to talk to him.

5-2 - No choices here, just talk to him.

Day 5 - For the third time in a row, talk to him.

6-1 - You just need to talk to him again.

6-2 - Talk to him again.  Dang 5 times now.

6-3 - Instead of dragging myself through Hell... Maybe it's better just to die
here... - Come on, don't think like that!

Looks like the "just talk to him" has finally died down for now.

Day 6 - He won't show up in the Stray Sheep until Day 8 (assuming he makes it
there alive).

7-1 - Just talk to him.

7-2 - Again, just talk to him.

7-3 - Once again, just talk to him.

Day 8 - Talk to him for the achievement/trophy.

AM. Love is Patient, Love is Kind
Description: Resolve Daniel's dilemma.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You need to make sure Daniel makes to the final day alive.  You have to
make choices Daniel throws you in a certain way.  In the Landings, Daniel will
appear as "Sheep with Sunglasses".  Here's all of conversations you have to
make with him at various times and places when he actually shows up.

2-1 - He has no choices this time, just talk to him.

2-2 - Again, just talk to him.

Day 2 - He doesn't show up at the Stray Sheep until Day 3.

3-1 - I'll give you any amount of money you want! Just get me out of here! -
I'm clueless, too.

3-2 - Just talk to him.

Day 3 - I heard your voice somewhere... Was it yesterday...? - I think so,
too...

4-1 - Just talk to him.

Day 4 - So why do I feel so powerless? - Forget about it.

5-1 - I won't join them. I don't need their help to climb some blocks!  - By
the way, there's this technique...

5-2 - Even if it makes you unhappy? - I'll find a way for us both.

Day 5 - Just talk to him.

6-1 - Again, just talk to him.

6-2 - Just talk to him for the 3rd time.

6-3 - Anyway, let's try and come up with some techniques. Why don't we
exchange some information? - Join the meeting

Day 6 - He doesn't show up at the Stray Sheep until Day 8 if he makes it their
alive.  Anna their though, so talking to her might make sure Daniel makes it
to Day 8 alive.  Not 100% sure on this though.

7-1 - I don't want true freedom.... I just want normal freedom everyone else
has. - Don't give up! Follow me!

7-2 - Just talk to him.

7-3 - Again, just talk to him.

Day 8 - Talk to him for the achievement/trophy.

AN. One Last Case
Description: Help Morgan clean up his mess.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You need to make sure Morgan makes to the final day alive.  You have to
make choices Morgan throws you in a certain way.  In the Landings, Morgan will
appear as "Sheep in Police Hat".  Here's all of conversations you have to
make with him at various times and places when he actually shows up.

2-1 - He doesn't show up until 4-1.

Day 2 - He doesn't show up at the Stray Sheep until Day 4.

4-1 - Hm? Do I know you from somewhere? - I think so...

Day 4 - Just talk to him.

5-1 - Again, just talk to him.

5-2 - Hey, it's you. Well, you got any new techniques to give me? - Let's work
together.

Day 5 - Do you believe in an afterlife? - If I have to choose, yes.

6-1 - Just talk to him.

6-2 - You can't always rise to every situation, but you can only fall to the
level of your training. -  What kind of training?

6-3 - If she's the one who kills me, then I don't mind... - Are you really
going to give up here?

Day 6 - He doesn't show up at the Stray Sheep until Day 8 if he makes it their
alive.

7-1 - Just talk to him.

7-2 - Again, talk to him.

7-3 - For the 3rd time, just talk to him.

Day 8 - Talk to him for the achievement/trophy.

AO. Everyday Hero
Description: Help everyone out of their predicaments.
Gamerscore: 50
Trophy Color: Silver
Guide: You'll get this when you help everyone with their problems.  This will
unlock along with the achievement/trophy you haven't got at that point in
time.

AP. Play It Again, Vince...
Description: Use the jukebox to change the music.
Gamerscore: 5
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You can do this at anytime during story mode when you happen to be at
the Stray Sheep.  All you need to do here is to change the song that's playing
in the background and that's it.  The jukebox is located next to the Rapunzel
arcade machine.

Note: For every achievement/trophy you managed to unlock, another song will
show up in the jukebox.

AQ. Text Junkie
Description: Reply to at least 20 text messages by the end of the final day.
Gamerscore: 20
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You'll unlock this when you sent 20 different text messages by the time
Day 8 ends.  While it is possible to hit 20 replied texts before Day 8 even
comes along, it only unlocks when Day 8 ends.  In theory, you could have up to
25 text messages in the sent box on the phone, but you would have to act all
Law for Katherine and all Chaos for Catherine to maximize the number of texts
you receive and sent between the two girls.  Later on during the game, the
text messages you get from Catherine will end up disappearing for some unknown
reason.  Don't have a panic attack, the texts you get from her will still
count towards this achievement/trophy.

AR. Welcome to the Colosseum
Description: Unlock the Colosseum mode.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This one is actually story-related, as it unlocks when you see one of
the game's endings.  Because of this, it can't be missed.  As for what ending
you should see, it matters not.  I've personally seen the Katherine bad ending
when I unlocked Colosseum mode.

AS. Sake Sensei
Description: Listen to all the sake sound bites.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: Refer to Whisky Wiseman for details.

AT. Beer Baron
Description: Listen to all of the beer factoids.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: Refer to Whisky Wiseman for details.

AU. Cocktail Connoisseur
Description: Listen to all the cocktail trivia.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: Refer to Whisky Wiseman for details.

AV. Whisky Wiseman
Description: Listen to all the whisky minutiae.
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: You start drinking at the Stray Sheep at Day 2.  While hanging out
their, you always start off with a Cocktail, so there's no need to order it
again unless you want to.  To take a sip of your Cocktail (or any other drink
for that matter) you have to press X on the 360 or [] on the PS3.  After
taking 3 sips of your drink of choice, you'll learn some trivia about the
drink you finished.  After that, Erica (the chick who serves the drinks) will
ask you if you want another one.  Select "Yes" and you'll be given a choice of
4 drinks.  What buttons you need to press for certain drinks are listed below.
Once you learn some trivia about all four drinks, you'll be given the
achievements/trophies for each drink you drank on the final day.

Drink    - 360 - PS3
Whiskey  -  Y  -  /\
Beer     -  B  -  ()
Sake     -  X  -  []
Cocktail -  A  -  X

AW. You Don't Have To Go Home...
Description: Stay in the bar until all the other customers leave.
Gamerscore: 5
Trophy Color: Bronze
Guide: This one's simple, just wait for all of the other customers to leave
the Stray Sheep (the bar the description's refering to) before you decide to
leave and go into the nightmare stages again.  You can do this at any time
starting from Day 5.  When your friends decide to head home, tell them that
you'll hang out at the Stray Sheep a while longer to get the
achievement/trophy.

AX. Cheers To You!
Xbox 360 Description: Unlock all other Achievements!
PS3 Description: Earn all other Trophies!
Gamerscore: 10
Trophy Color: Platinum
Guide: I had the Xbox 360 version of this game at the time of writing this,
and I don't see why the people who made this decided it was a good idea to
include a Platinum trophy style achievement if it's not going to be worth 0
points.  Anyway, this unlocks when you got all the other 49
achievements/trophies.  I only have 2 suggetions here:

1. Refer to all the other 49 achievements/trophies because as mention before,
it unlocks when you have all of those.

2. When you unlock this achievement/trophy, give yourself a pat on the back
and enjoy your 1000 Gamerscore (or all the trophies you work so hard to get if
your playing the PS3 version), because you just beat Catherine.


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You have 2 Main ways of contacting me:

1. Send me a E-mail
2. Send me a message on my Gamertag on X-Box Live

My E-mail address sshadowjohn91(at)yahoo(dot)com.
My Gamertag is Gamer364.  This can be done only through a text message.

E-mail or Message me if you:

A. See a spelling error: I may have made spelling errors as I was writing
this.

B. Have a question that needs asking: You may have something that needs
clearing up or something to that affect.

C. Have a correction to make: I'm not 100% sure on some of the stuff mentioned
though out the guide.

D. Want to use my guide on your website: I personally have no problem
letting you use my guide on your website, as long as you ask me first, and you
give me credit for it.

E. Think you see someone using my guide without permission: I don't like it
when people steal my stuff (at least, not without asking me first).  I don't
do it to other people (at least without giving other people credit for the
idea), so why do it to me anyway?

F. Have something to add-on to this or that/there's something I forgot to
include: If there something you think I should have included, but I didn't,
you are encouraged to send me an Email for this or that.

Do note that if you do decide you want to message me, make sure if the topic
is about Catherine.

As of right now the only sites that have permission to use my guide:
A. GameFAQs (I have an ancount with them, so they don't really need my
permission.)
B. Neoseeker (The owner got permission in advanced)
C. Supercheats (The owner got permission in advanced)
More to come (maybe).

Don't even think about email me if you are going to send me:
A. Hate Mail
B. Spam
C. Name Calling mail
D. Barelly readable/Unreadable mail
E. Mail with mostly creative words (if you get my drift)

Letter A I take offence to, because I don't send hate mail to no one.

I have a Spam safeguard with yahoo, and it'll tell me if I have spam or not
with Letter B.  Also, if I think your trying sending me spam on Xbox Live,
don't think I won't wirte a complant about you, and/or tell Microsoft on you.

With letter C, I also take offence, because I get name called in school.

Letter D, If your sending me an E-mail, have spell check avaiable to you and
your not sure of your spelling, then why not use it?

Letter E, Unless I messed up that badly, there's really no reason for that
anyway.

All of these things can and will make me think your a bad person, when in
reality your probably not.  All in all, just don't do it.

Follow these rules, and if you add-on and/or correct something, I'll give you
credit for it.

Note: Don't get discouraged if I don't answer you right away.  Sometimes, I
might be on the Computer and sometimes I'll be on Xbox Live.  Your best bet
is to send both an E-mail and an Xbox Live message.  That way if I don't get
one of your messages, I'll still be able to get the other message.  Even
then, I might still not get your message right away.


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Legal Junk

This guide is copyrighted and writen by me.  I wrote this with the help of
reasoures used and other people mentioned special thanks protion of this
chapter.  It may not be redistributed nor sold for commercial purposes and/or
profit at all, nor can it to be used in other websites without writen
permission first.

Special Thanks

The people behind the Persona series: For making this game.

Atlus: For importing this game to the US.

GameFAQs: For alowing my guide to be on the website.

You: For taking the time to read this.


Other Guides I've Done

As mentioned in my Intro, this is not the only guide in my series of guides.
Here are the links to all the other ones I've done in the past.

1. Lost Odyssey
Type: Achievement Guide
Summited: 10/16/10
www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/928334-lost-odyssey/faqs/58796

2. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
Summited: 01/01/11
www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/981370-star-wars-the-force-unleashed-ii/faqs/61570

3. Sonic Adventure
Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
Summited: 01/26/11
www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/997574-sonic-adventure/faqs/61723

4. Mass Effect 2
Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
Summited: 03/09/11
www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/944907-mass-effect-2/faqs/61954

5. Crazy Taxi
Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
Summited: 04/12/2011
http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/997576-crazy-taxi/faqs/62155

6. Fallout: New Vegas
Type: Achievement/Trophy Guide
Summited: 05/02/2011
http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/959557-fallout-new-vegas/faqs/62284

7. The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon
Type: Achievement Guide
Summited: 05/18/2011
gamefaqs.com/xbox360/945950-the-legend-of-spyro-dawn-of-the-dragon/faqs/62349

8. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Type: Achievement Guide
Summited: 06/02/2011
www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/927345-the-elder-scrolls-iv-oblivion/faqs/62438

9. Alice: Madness Returns
Type: Achievement Guide
Summited: 07/16/2011
http://www.gamefaqs.com/xbox360/958269-alice-madness-returns/faqs/62685


Well, that's the end of my guide.  This has been Gamer364, signing out.
Since this guide was summited on/near Christmas Day, I have two final
words to say here: Happy Holidays.

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