As with other recent Tales titles, Star Ocean: Till the End of Time and Tales of Legendia , Tales of Vesperia features achievements, or “titles” ( 名声 ) in Japanese, that can be earned through meeting certain requirements set out by the game. This guide will list all of the titles that can be earned in the game, their requirements, and what costumes are unlocked with each. As the title indicates, this guide will only cover costumes that are obtained by earning certain titles.
For costume specifics not covered here you’ll have to check out other guides for specific information on which character wears which costume! Also note that this guide is written under the assumption you play the game on default Normal Difficulty. If you play on a higher difficulty or are looking for specific enemy locations, expect to have to fight tougher versions of what is mentioned here! I have added in “Issues” sections about certain titles that may need clarifying.
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Vesperia’s art is very rich in detail with some wonderful character costumes. Although I personally have not unlocked all of the items available, this guide will show pictures of every costume along with what title each character can get and which NPCs give them their costume(s).
Issues with Unobtainable Titles
There are several titles in the game that cannot be unlocked through normal means. Each of these can only be obtained by using save data from previous Tales games for the PS3. They are as follows:
・Mint Chip (Tales of Phantasia)
・Lezard Valeth (Vesperia)
As previously mentioned, this guide is written under the assumption you are not using data from other games.
・Legendary Titles (Tales of Graces)
These titles are not terribly important to note here, but you can earn them by having save data for Tales of Graces f on your PS3. They include:
・Alvin’s Super Grand Master Title (レベル 200)
・Cheria’s Super Grand Master Title (レベル 250)
・Hubert’s Super Grand Master Title (レベル 300)
These titles cannot be unlocked in the European or American versions of the game unless you have save data from one of the Japanese releases. As such, I will not be referring to them in this guide.
Now, here are the titles you can earn in the game! Each title is listed with its name in Japanese (romanized), its English translation, and any additional info about it below. To help organize things I have divided the list into different sections that each correspond to a particular costume set. In general it is easiest to earn most of the titles in Yuri’s section, but some are also easily obtainable from other characters. Note that you don’t have to earn a title from one character before being able to use it on another!
・Snow Pirate ・Snow Pirate Common Title Unlocked at start This is Yuri’s first title. ・Snow Pirate Rare Title Unlocked after clearing the event “Gossip with the Girls” in Chapter 1 Appears as a green title. The best way to get this is to complete the city renovation plan for Dahngrest, then clear it again and gain the 30 Party XP from that battle. This is good for early in the game when you need to level up a bit. ・Snow Pirate Legendary Title Unlocked after clearing the final battle in Chapter 2 “Yuri, Repede, Estelle” Appears as a lime green title.
There are many fun costumes you can get in this game, and most of them aren’t too hard to unlock! Of course there are always things that are harder to obtain, but it shouldn’t take very long before you have most of the normal stuff. This guide should help you know which titles each character gives so you don’t spend any time working towards something you can’t get! Good luck unlocking your favorite costumes in the game.