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Dragon's Dogma Cheats

Dragon's Dogma cheats, Trophys, Tips, and Codes for PS3.

Dragon's Dogma Trophies

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Complete the outlined tasks, and earn the Trophies.
TrophyHow to unlock
The True Arisen (Platinum)Collect all other Dragon's Dogma trophies.
The Laborer (Bronze)Complete 50 notice board quests.
The Hero (Silver)Complete all pre-planned, non-notice board quests.
Human Resources (Bronze)Change your vocation.
The Specialist (Silver)Learn all the skills of a single vocation.
The Veteran (Bronze)Defeat 3,000 enemies.
Local Recruit (Bronze)Directly enlist a pawn to your party.
Foreign Recruit (Bronze)Enlist a pawn to your party from beyond the rift.
The Captain (Bronze)Enlist a large number of pawns.
Inhuman Resources (Bronze)Change your main pawn's vocation.
The Savior (Bronze)Use a Wakestone to restore the dead to life.
The Knave (Bronze)Obtain a forgery.
The Craftsman (Bronze)Combine two materials to make an item.
Well Equipped (Bronze)Obtain 350 pieces total of weapons and armor.
A Queen's Regalia (Bronze)Dress a male party member in women's clothing.
The Philanthropist (Bronze)Give 50 presents.
The Escort (Bronze)Act as a reliable travel companion.
Affinity and Beyond (Bronze)Raise a person's affinity to the maximum.
Into Dripstone Cave (Bronze)Enter the azure caverns.
The Patron (Bronze)Help Madeleine open her shop.
Into the Ancient Quarry (Bronze)Enter the ancient quarry.
Into Soulflayer Canyon (Bronze)Enter the Soulflayer Canyon.
Into the Manse (Bronze)Enter the duke's manse.
Into the Frontier Caverns (Bronze)Enter the southwestern caves.
The Tourist (Bronze)Visit 50 locations.
The Vagabond (Bronze)Visit 100 locations.
The Explorer (Silver)Visit 150 locations.
The Ever-Turning Wheel (Gold)Complete the adventure a second time.
The Coin Collector (Silver)Earned a total of 10,000,000G.
Submitted by: Laika on April 22, 2012

Dragon's Dogma Tips

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Exploiting an infinite amount of enemies (late in game)
After soldiers in the Duke's Demense become hostile they will infinitely spawn and give you a hard time until you leave the city and enter again. Take advantage of the infinite supply of enemies to kill and equip your character with ranged attacks (either a bow, longbow, or projectile or aimable magic spells). Enter the demense and head immediately for the church. Climb up the 8 foot walls surrounding the church. Once you make it up their the enemy AI behavior changes and they stop attacking your pawns and all the soldiers will stay fixated on you and just stand there (not smart enough to climb up after you). Pick them off from your perch and farm experience, or the enlistment corps banners they drop (which can be used to 3-star upgrade the DLC female captain's armor), or use them to meet the hidden kill requirements for each vocation rank up as well as farm discipline points for your vocation.

You can still fight them in a melee face to face but it's much more difficult as the soldiers are adept at blocking melee attacks and throwing you off balance.
Submitted by: Raijin1999 on June 23, 2012
how to defeat the troll in the ever fall quickly
When you first see the troll in the ever fall get on the edge of the slope/stairs and wait for it to charge you . when it does quickly get out of the way . you wont get the items but you get the x p.
Submitted by: anonymous on April 26, 2013
Profit From Carrots
At your home town one of the merchants sells carrots for about 70 gold. Buy as many as you can carry but be sure to keep at least 200g (just to be safe). Stay at the inn for three days, then after that your carrots should have become moldy carrots and sell for almost 4x the price you paid for them.

Note; In the latest patch of the game, the developers have fixed this a little so that you can't carry a significant amount of carrots at one time. It's still a valid cheat, but it takes a while longer now that your supply has been reduced. There is now a set limit of 99.
Submitted by: anonymous on June 10, 2012
Regain lost key quest items
If you accidentally sell or lose a quest item you can get it back by having another player gift the lost item to your pawn, or check out the Black Cat merchant in Gran Soren, who 'acquires' lost items of this type and sells them back to you for a price.

If you're low on funds, check out the other listed carrot exploit to gain easy cash to make any large purchases.
Submitted by: Raijin1999 on June 23, 2012
Sunbright & Moonglow flowers
One of the first quests in the game requires you gather 5 sunbright flowers, and then a moonglow flower. The location of these isn't given to you on the map like some of the later missions will aid you with. Some people would rather not endure fetch missions so early in the game and would rather get on with the story, which i'll say is something already slow to pick up on in Dragon's Dogma. To aid in your questing you can find a few sunbright flowers just outside of Cassardis and to your left. There's a tree where a few goblins are stationed at. Take out the pests and collect the flowers from around the base of the tree. Rest at the inn for a few days so the flowers respawn and collect the rest.

As for the moonglow flower, when you exit Cassardis head straight to your right during nighttime hours (rest at the in until nightfall). Stay along the cliffs edge up until you stand over the water's edge. Look under you to the rock platforms below for a glowing object. Head down and grab the moonglow flower and turn in the last ingredient for the quest.
Submitted by: Raijin1999 on June 23, 2012
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