Guide By: Baphomet58
- Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10
- Offline: 45 (970)
- Online: 3 (30)
- Approximate amount of time to 1000g: 150 hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 4
- Number of missable achievements : 3 (Survivalist, Dedicated and Scrooge)
- Glitched achievements: Yes (Group Hug)
- Do cheat codes disable achievements?: N/A
Sacred 2: The Fallen Angel is an action RPG similar to the Diablo series. There are 6 unique character classes to choose from with several ways to customize each. The game is more time consuming then difficult since completion of the gold or platinum can be achieved through hours of level grinding. However, it can be made easier with coop partners. With good coop partners that are willing to stick with you through hours of dungeon crawling, you can unlock most of the achievements together. It’s even possible to unlock Legendary Perseverance by joining the Niob Campaign of a coop partner that is within 10 levels from you; however there aren’t too many characters around level 50 or less with access to the Niob Campaign so you’ll still need to put some time into leveling your character.
Out of the 6 character classes available pick 2, a primary and a secondary character. Your primary choice will be the character you plan to use the most throughout the game and will be the one completing the Silver, Gold and Platinum campaigns. You’re secondary character will be used to complete the opposite alignment path of your primary character within a Bronze Campaign (so if you chose the light path for your primary character, chose a dark path for your secondary). If you’re having difficulty choosing, start a bronze campaign of each character to get an idea of how each character’s Combat Arts work. You’ll need to play and reach level 15 for each character anyways to unlock the 6 character class achievements: "The Living Monument", "The Dreadful", "Tyr Lysia's Hero", "Treehugger", "Vengeful Spirit" and "Blessed".
Find a couple friends who have this game or look for coop partners here. You’ll need to be in a party of 4 to unlock "Group Hug", host a match to unlock "Hospitable", and trade items with a coop partner to unlock "Hawker".
Select your primary character and start up a silver campaign. The focus is on exploring 50% or more of the map, completing 200 or more side quests, killing as many creatures/bosses as possible and leveling up your character. Below is a map highlighting all Bosses, Towns and Temples:
The bulk of your achievements should be obtained during this playthrough. It’s recommended to save the "Survivalist", "Dedicated" and "Scrooge" achievements for the bronze campaign outlined next so you don’t have to worry about dying or buying items during this playthrough. Once you finish the silver campaign you should unlock all achievements except for the following 13: 5 of the 6 character class achievements mention above (if you haven’t done them already), either "Ancaria’s Lightbringer" or "Ancaria’s Dark Lord" (depending on the path you chose), "Survivalist", "Dedicated", "Fashion Police", "Scrooge", Toughness, Heroic Perseverance and "Legendary Perseverance". Note: for "Fashion Police" you can either trade players for set pieces in this thread, farm bosses in free mode for set pieces or start and complete An Empty Office quest detailed here to obtain 2 rings that make up the Kayser’s Luck set. Find Benny Kayser first in the swamp just south of Hissil'Ta to insure he gives you the First Ring, Benny’s Promise. The second ring, Ellen’s Commitment, is obtained once you enter the lounge after finding all 89 Ascaron employees.
Start up a new Gold Campaign with your primary character and "Toughness" will unlock. Put all your excess health potions into the hero chest, save, and switch to your secondary character.
Select your secondary character and start up a bronze campaign. Remember that your secondary character’s alignment path should be opposite from your primary character’s alignment. The focus is to complete just the main quest, reveal less than 20% of the map (so follow only the gold ring markers), and not get killed in order to unlock 1 of the 6 character class achievements mentioned above (if you haven’t done them already), either "Ancaria’s Lightbringer" or "Ancaria’s Dark Lord" (depending on the path you chose), "Survivalist", "Dedicated" and "Scrooge" once you complete the campaign. Note: for "Survivalist", if you die during this playthrough, quickly press the guide button and exit to the dashboard before the game autosaves so your death won’t count, and for "Scrooge", you should have a lot of health potions left over from the silver campaign in the hero chest to avoid the need to purchase any (all items in the hero chest are shared).
Gold and Platinum Campaigns
By now you should only have 6 achievements left to unlock: 4 of the 6 character class achievements, "Heroic Perseverance" and "Legendary Perseverance". If "Millionaire", "Slaughter" and "Butcher" didn’t unlock during the Silver Campaign, it should unlock during the Gold. Select your primary character again and continue the Gold Campaign. Run through the main quest the same way you did during the Bronze Campaign. If you need to level up, there are several places to level up quickly, one being the Orc Cave here. Complete the Platinum Campaign the same way. Once platinum is complete start up Niob and "Legendary Perseverance" should unlock.
All that left is to complete the remaining character class achievements and 1000 is yours.
[x360a would like to thank Wii187 for this Roadmap]
|The Living Monument||20|
|Your Temple Guardian reaches Level 15.|
|Your Inquisitor reaches Level 15.|
|Tyr Lysia's Hero||20|
|Your High Elf attaining Level 15.|
|Your Dryad attaining Level 15.|
|Your Shadow Warrior attaining Level 15.|
|Your Seraphim attaining Level 15.|
|You should obtain level 15 with any character at least halfway through the bronze campaign, doing the main quest, and killing all or most enemies in your path.|
|Any Hero attaining Level 35.|
|You should be around level 30 with any character by the end of the bronze campaign, doing the main quest, and killing all or most enemies in your path. Then begin a silver campaign, eventually netting you level 35 in no time.|
|Any Hero reaching the Orc region and accepting a quest there.|
|Any Hero reaching the Dragon realm and accepting a quest there.||(1)|
|Any Hero reaching the Marshes of Hissil'Ta and accepting a quest there.|
|Any Hero reaching the Deserts of Bengaresh and accepting a quest there.||(2)|
|Any Hero reaching the Jungle region and accepting a quest there.|
|Any Hero reaching Dyr-Lain, the Isle of Dryads and accepting a quest there.|
|Any Hero reaching the Wastelands and accepting a quest there.|
|Obtained through progression of main quest (always gold ring on map).|
|Any Hero completing the Light Campaign.|
|See "Ancaria's Dark Lord"|
|Ancaria's Dark Lord||40|
|Any Hero completing the Shadow Campaign.|
Both are obtained through completion of main quest with a "Dark" and "Light" character. The character's alignment is chosen on the character creation screen, and it cannot be changed.
Note: there are subtle differences between campaigns.
|Any Hero completed 20% of all sidequests.||(5)|
There are around 500+ side quests in the game. You must complete around 100+ of these quests.
|You completed the campaign with a Hero who never died.||(2)|
|Easily obtained through a bronze campaign. Simply stock many potions. I recommend a more defensive build that includes vitality and defensive skills if you want ease. If you do happen to die, press the guide button, and go to dashboard as quick as possible. The reason this works is because the autosave does not occur as soon as you die. By going to dashboard, you eliminate the save of your death.|
|Any Hero completed the main quest without exploring more than 20 % of the map.||(2)|
Rather simple. I recommend not doing a single side quest until the main quest is finished on a bronze campaign. This way, you do not do any unnecessary exploring. Look at the map, find the gold ring, and go straight to it, taking any shortcuts possible. Also, make sure you do not equip any items that increase visibility range, as it can explore more unneeded areas. By the end of my campaign, I had around 17.1% explored. And, this was with a few screw ups with getting lost and exploring extra areas.
Note: "Cartographer" achievements may pop at least .5% before they are supposed to. This possibly has a negative affect on the outcome of receiving this achievement if you explore within the 19.5% to 20% range.
|Any Hero slayed 25 boss monsters.||(2)|
There are 10 main quest bosses (13 if all of the last bosses are counted) in the campaign. Mini bosses and quest bosses also count toward the achievement. These bosses all have a health bar that shows up at the bottom of the screen.
|Any Hero has explored 30 % of the map.||(1)|
|See "Master Cartographer"|
|Any Hero has explored 50 % of the map.||(3)|
Get a fast mount (horse or unique) and go crazy exploring all of the gray areas that you haven't already explored of the map. Otherwise, while doing the side quest achievements, you should get this.
|Any Hero has read 100 epitaphs (graves).||(1)|
|When you first exit the catacomb that you start in at the beginning of the game(SW campaign), you will see graves. Just read them as you travel, and you should get this achievement. There are about 20/graveyard, and if the already used graves are renewed in each subsequent campaign, you should get this by just inspecting the ones outside the catacombs.|
|Any Hero has discovered all 20 temples.|
|Found throughout the map of Sacred 2. Use the following guide:|
Temple Locations Guide
|Any Hero has read 33 Books.||(1)|
Enemies randomly drops books that can be read. You can check what books you have read by looking under the quest tab.
Note: If you read a single book more than once, they each will count. However, you will not know how many extras you have read unless you kept track as the doubles do not show in the quest tab.
|Any Hero completed 40% of all sidequests.|
|There are around 500+ side quests in the game. You must complete around 200+ of these quests.|
|Any Hero has found the secret halls of Ascaron.||(5)|
Obtained through doing the "An Empty Office" quest.
Note: You do not need to complete the long part of this quest to get the achievement. All you must do is gain access to the halls of Ascaron which is shown in the link:
|Any Hero has visited all 42 towns.||(1)|
Obtained through visiting all towns in Ancaria. Follow these guides:
|Any Hero fighting alongside 3 other heroes in multiplayer mode.||(1)|
|Obtained by having a full room of 4 people in a multiplayer game. This achievement had been unlocked by some, but it's giving others trouble, including myself. This strategy (which seems to work) is one way of unlocking it:|
Try to create a new char & join a 4p server - it should work then. If it glitched, then the char with which it glitched won't trigger it again. Note: As far as I know, your char - the other chars - don't need to be level 1.
|Host your first multiplayer game.||(4)|
|In the main menu, just create a match of any type to recieve this achievement.|
|You successfully traded with another user.||(2)|
|In a multiplayer game with another human, open up the trade screen (have to be standing next to them), and trade a piece of worthless junk (1 gold, or a potion).|
|Any Hero has maximized one modification of one aspect.|
Firstly, you must have the right skills to obtain at least three points to fully mod one skill. By putting enough points into a certain class' skill "combat mastery" you will obtain more and more modification points used to modify the skills of that "combat art tree". Each class starts off with one skill already on the specific "combat art tree". Once that "tree" has been leveled enough in the skill screen (you level the skill by gaining levels), you can then spend modification points on say, the skill that came with your character. To do this, open up the "combat arts" menu, and press "modify skill". You will see 6 dots. 3 Can be chosen to modify the skill. Once the third is selected, the achievement will pop.
|Any Hero owning 1,000,000 gold.||(1)|
|Sell everything that you find that you do not need. By the end of the first campaign, you will have this.|
|Any Hero wearing a complete armor set for the first time.||(5)|
|Find or trade for the set pieces randomly dropped by enemeis (hard part), and equip all of them at once. Try wearing items that have the mod, "Chance to find valuables +X%", to have a better chance to find the set items. Also, the skill, "Enhanced Pereception", will increase you chance to find valuables by a good amount as well. Also a full set consisting of 2 rings can also be used to obtain the achievement much easily:|
Get "Benny's ring" from a quest - then do the 89 ascaron employees quest, which will give you another ring. These two rings form a set, and you will get the achievement (better than waiting for a random drop)
|Any Hero has forged something into an item for the first time.|
|Blacksmithing skill is not needed for this achievement. Find a blacksmith, show him an item, and hope you have something that can be socketed into that item. You'll find socketable items from enemies, merchants, or even the blacksmith himself. Grey is probably the most common socket, which sockets things like "chunk of lava" which can be bought from blacksmiths commonly.|
|Any Hero has completed the main quest without buying anything.||(1)|
I recommend doing this on a silver campaign after a bronze campaign. After doing bronze, silver will be quite easy. Potions will stack higher and higher, and you will have no need of buying potions from the merchant as readily as you were in bronze. Also, it probably is possible to just go to your bronze campaign, buy potions, and load your silver campaign, causing no harm towards getting this achievement.
Note: Buying from the merchants who sell the potions and equipement should only affect recieving this achievement. You can buy mounts and use the blackmith at will.
|Any Hero has consumed 1,000 healing potions.|
|Will happen over time. Or, buy 1000 potions and drink them in one sitting to obtain this quickly.|
|Beam Me Up!||10|
|You have used a teleporter for the first time.|
|In the larger towns of Sacred 2, you will usually find teleporters. When you find one, activate it, go to the map screen, toggle a teleport, and teleport for this easy achievement.|
|Any Hero attaining Level 5.|
|This is unmissable as you will level up fairly early on.|
|Any Hero traveled a distance of 200 miles on his special mount.|
|After getting your unique mount, always ride around on it. Eventually, you will obtain this.|
|Any Hero has executed his first combination.|
|In the "Combat Arts" menu, at the bottom of the screen you will see strange symbols. Select one and add 2 combat arts. Add the sybmol to a slot, and press the corresponding button to unlock this achievement.|
|Any Hero reaching difficulty level Gold.|
|Beat silver in campaign and start gold to unlock this achievement.|
|Any Hero reaching difficulty level Platin.|
|Beat gold in campaign and start platinum to unlock this achievement.|
|Any Hero rides his special mount for the first time.|
|Obtain your unique mount and ride it for the first time.|
|Any Hero reaching difficulty level Niob.||(4)|
|Beat platinum in campaign and start niob to unlock this achievement.|
|Any Hero slayed 10,000 opponents.|
|Will happen over time. Should be unlocked after beating 2 campaigns at least.|
|Any Hero slayed 1,337 elite monsters.||(1)|
Will happen over time. Should be unlocked after beating 2 campaigns at least.
Note: The elite monsters are the ones that appear as a triple arrow on the minimap. They are extra difficult.
|Any Hero has slain five Dragons.||(4)|
|Around 50% or so of the main quest, you will come across many dragons (normal enemies) that you can kill for this easy achievement. They will be in the long, stretched-out cave under the sea that you must proceed through.|
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|Sacred 2: Fallen Angel Release Date|
|Apr 17, 2009|
|Sacred 2: Fallen Angel Trailer (Gameplay Galore)|
|Feb 09, 2009|
|Sacred 2: Fallen - Revised Release Date|
|Dec 27, 2007|
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