Final Fantasy VII Remake Trophy Guide

Final Fantasy VII Remake Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A top-down bullet hell shoot ’em up based on Asian mythology. The Platinum is quick but quite challenging.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Final Fantasy VII Remake *** 54 Square Enix Business Division 1 Japan 44 7 2 0 0

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake is an action RPG and a retelling of the original 1997 Final Fantasy VII. While the game mostly follows the same story, characters, dialogue, and music from the 1997 original, the graphics have been completely redone, and the battle system has changed to a hybrid of real-time action and strategic RPG elements, similar to the fighting system in Final Fantasy XV.

Set in Midgar, a dystopian metropolis, Soldier turned mercenary Cloud Strife has joined Avalanche, an eco-terrorist group attempting to stop the Sinra megacorporation from using up the planet’s life force. As cloud embarks on missions for money, he soon sympathizes with Avalanche’s cause as well as its members, leading him to face a deadly nemesis from his past.

Final Fantasy VII Remake received positive reviews with an average score of 89%, praised for its re-imagining of the original game while remaining true to its roots, new combat system, colorful characters, beautiful graphics, and for being overall superior to its original.

The difficulty is relatively average, although you will need to put in a fair number of hours into obtaining the Platinum, hence the 3-star rating. There are no missable trophies to worry about, as a chapter select allows you to go back and mop-up anything you are missing. Two full playthroughs are required, one on either Easy or Normal, and a second on Hard mode.

Expect around 70-80 hours for the Platinum.

In the beginning, you have the option of playing on Easy or Normal. The former will make the gameplay quicker, while the latter will better prepare you for your Hard playthrough, so the choice is yours. You will need to complete the game on any mode in order to unlock Hard mode.

There are no missable trophies to worry about, so feel free to play at your leisure towards the end of the game. If you wish to avoid much backtracking however, we recommend completing all 24 available side quests, and find all 31 music discs for the Disc Jockey trophy.

After you finished your first playthrough, it’s time to use the chapter select and mop up anything you missed. This will include the Best In The Business trophy for completing all the side quests, as you will need to replay Chapter 9 and make different choices that allow you to complete the previously missed quests. In addition to Chapter 9, you will also need to replay both Chapter 3 and Chapter 8 in order to unlock the different bridal dresses for the Dressed To The Nines trophy. Check out the Final Fantasy VII Remake trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details, as well as which trophies you still may need and their requirements.

Keep in mind, however, that you will still need to replay the game on Hard mode, where you can complete the missing quests as well as obtain three of the nine bridal outfits, if you wish to avoid much backtracking. Lastly, it’s time for your playthrough on Hard mode. Here, enemies have more health and deal more damage. In addition, you will be unable to use items, and MP cannot be regenerated by resting on a bench nor through completing quests. Make sure to come prepared, such as having useful material maxed out, and acquiring the Gotterdammerung accessory which, when equipped to Cloud, will make things much easier. Hard mode can be selected from the chapter select, though the entire chapter must be played on Hard for it to count.

During this playthrough, remember to complete the missed quests in Chapter 9 and make different choices in order to view the final three bridal dresses, if you haven’t done so already. Completing the game on Hard mode will unlock the Hardened Veteran trophy, and if you’ve been following this roadmap, the Platinum trophy as well.

Here's a great Walkthrough by PowerPyx:
https://www.powerpyx.com/final-fantasy-7-vii-remake-walkthrough-all-chapters-side-quests/

IGN has a Walkthrough here:
https://www.ign.com/wikis/final-fantasy-7-remake/Walkthrough#Chapter_3_Materia.2C_weapons.2C_and_accessories_Checklist:

A detailed Walkthrough by Andrew Testa:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps4/168653-final-fantasy-vii-remake/faqs/78276/introduction

And GoldenSun has a detailed Walkthrough here:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps4/168653-final-fantasy-vii-remake/faqs/78285

Here's a great Trophy Guide by AerisFlowerGirl:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/final-fantasy-7-remake/guide/

And a great Trophy Guide by mrrj46:
https://psnprofiles.com/guide/9997-final-fantasy-vii-remake-trophy-guide

PowerPyx has a great Trophy Guide here, with plenty of videos:
https://www.powerpyx.com/final-fantasy-vii-remake-trophy-guide-roadmap/

And a useful Trophy Guide by Niraj Shah:
https://www.xtremeps3.com/2020/04/05/final-fantasy-vii-remake-trophy-guide/

And RPG Site has a useful Trophy Guide here:
https://www.rpgsite.net/feature/9636-final-fantasy-vii-remake-trophy-guide-how-to-earn-the-platinum-trophy

A video demonstration of the Heavenly Dart Player trophy by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=8Xzvm0ZtekQ

A Cleanup Crew trophy video demonstration by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YDVU9nME4E

And PowerPyx's In Lockstep trophy video demonstration:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsJOvrR8HPY

A Dressed To The Nines trophy walkthrough by chrisanimeguy:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/final-fantasy-vii-remake/344127-dressed-nines.html

A video by PowerPyx showing All Music Disc Locations:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeWksYToncM

Shikhondo Soul Eater Trophy Guide

Shikhondo Soul Eater Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A top-down bullet hell shoot ’em up based on Asian mythology. The Platinum is quick but quite challenging.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Shikhondo: Soul Eater ** 20 DeerFarm Korea 5 5 9 0 0

Shikhondo: Soul Eater

Shikhondo: Soul Eater is a top-down, bullet-hell shoot ‘em up which blends the action with Asian mythology. Players select from one of two characters and fire at a variety of enemies while dodging a continuous onslaught of bullets, while making their way each stages final boss. The game includes a co-op mode which can be either local or through SharePlay.

Demons known as Yokai have escaped from their imprisonment of Limbo, and are bringing horror across the land by stealing the souls of their victims. It is up to The Girl and the Grim Reaper to destroy the Yokai and free the captured souls.

Shikhondo: Soul Eater received modest reviews with an average score of 69%, praised for its artwork and controls, though criticized for its short length in relation to its high price.

Despite needing a minimum of four playthroughs for the Platinum, the game itself is quite short and requires only around 30 minutes per playthrough. The reason for the 2-star difficulty rather than anything lower, is for the challenge involved. There are trophies which require full playthroughs without using any continues, which can be demanding and may require a number of restarts. Playthroughs on co-op mode are also required, however this can be done solo, even without a second controller.

Expect anywhere between 4-10 hours for the Platinum, depending on your skills.

Due to both the shortness of the game, as well its challenge, we recommend working towards the Platinum step by step. Start by simply playing through the game, selecting to play as either Grim Reaper or The Girl, in Arcade mode on Easy difficulty. Along the way, you will not only unlock the stage-related trophies, but a number of miscellaneous ones almost naturally as you play.

After you complete your first playthrough, be sure to check the leaderboards in order to get the Raising Hell trophy.

Next, it’s time for a second playthrough. Select Arcade mode again, only this time choose whichever character, between Grim Reaper or The Girl, to unlock that character’s trophy. We also recommend doing this on Normal mode in order to get used to the gradual difficulty.

Next, select Boss Rush mode on Normal difficulty. Here, your objective is not only to complete this mode for the Speed Demon trophy, but also doing so without using any continues for the Nothing Normal About It trophy. While continues are still available, you cannot use them if you wish to unlock the trophy, and so instead will need to start over if you reach that point.

Next, start up a game on Arcade mode on Easy difficulty, and again, get through the game without using any continues. This will unlock the Back To Limbo trophy for not using continues on Arcade mode, and the You Think That Was Easy trophy for not using continues on Easy mode.

After that, it’s time for the co-op trophies. You can chose to either play locally with a friend, use SharePlay, or simply play by yourself with a single controller. In fact, if you cannot play with someone locally, we recommend doing this solo rather than using SharePlay, as the game is quite fast-paced and so the lag may make things more difficult. Co-op mode is a little more difficult, as the enemies can take more damage. Completing Co-op mode on Easy difficulty will unlock the Double Drop trophy. Also, if you can do this without using continues, you will save yourself an extra playthrough and unlock the Easy Riders trophy as well.

If you haven’t unlocked the Easy Riders trophy in the previous playthrough, then now is the time to play on Co-op mode on Easy difficulty without using any continues. If you already managed to unlock this trophy, then you’ll still need to play on Co-op mode on Normal difficulty without using continues for the Been Through Hell Together trophy.

If you’ve been following this roadmap, then you should have unlocked the Platinum after your Co-op Normal mode playthrough. If not, simply mop-up whatever trophies you are still missing. Be sure to check out the Shikhondo Soul Eater trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need and their requirements.

Here's a great Trophy Guide by Linglingzors:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/shikhondo-soul-eater-asia/guide/

A video demonstration of Stage 1 on Normal Mode Co-op with no continues, by ThePhantomire:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgHDa2nq_zg&feature=emb_title

A video demonstration of Stage 2 on Normal mode Co-op with no continues, by ThePhantomire:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RRyO6W4PfM&feature=emb_title

A video demonstration of Stage 3 on Normal mode Co-op with no continues, by ThePhantomire:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Nri8usexkA&feature=emb_title

A video demonstration of Stage 4 on Normal mode Co-op with no continues, by ThePhantomire:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AD6X3vRgVc&feature=emb_title

A video demonstration of Stage 5 on Normal mode Co-op with no continues, by ThePhantomire:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gudwy0IF0BE&feature=emb_title

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/7742-shikhondo-soul-eater

Rogue Galaxy Trophy Guide

Rogue Galaxy Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A third-person action-RPG originally released on the PS2 in 2005. The Platinum is not particularly difficult, but quite time consuming.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Rogue Galaxy *** 35 Level-5 Japan 19 10 5 0 0

Rogue Galaxy

Rogue Galaxy is a third-person action-RPG first released on the PlayStation 2 in 2005, and revamped in HD with trophy support for the PlayStation 4 in 2015. Players explore a continuous environment while fighting enemies met in random encounters, in hack and slash real-time battles. Each character has an Action Gauge which decreases as actions are performed, and must be refilled before another action can be done. Weapons can be leveled up, as well as synthesized with each other to create a new, stronger weapon.

Jaster Rogue is an agriculturalist living on the desert planet Rosa, who is recruited by space pirate Dorgengoa who is on an adventure to seek out eternal life. Yet as they travel from planet to planet, Jaster finds himself becoming involved in a galactic conflict.

The original Rogue Galaxy released on the PS2 received positive reviews with an average score of 82%, praised for its graphics, battle system, variety of side-quests, and overall gameplay, though criticized by some for its plot and lack in character development.

The game may be a little challenging at times, though is not particularly difficult. However, the road to the Platinum is very time consuming, hence the 3-star difficulty rating. Particularly, you’ll need upgrade all legendary Seven-Star Swords to their final form, and have at least one of your characters reach level 99, which can be quite grinding. Still, with help from the guides under our Links tab, and with enough time on your hands, any average player can unlock the Platinum.

Expect roughly 80-100 hours for the Platinum.

There are no missable trophies to worry about, so feel free to play through the main story and enjoy it. If you wish to reduce some of the post-game grinding, you may wish to use this opportunity to work on collecting and upgrading the legendary Seven-Star Swords for the Keeper Of The Blades trophy, as well as unlock some of the miscellaneous trophies. Check out the Rogue Galaxy trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details, if this is something you want to do.

Once you’ve finished the main game, you will have unlocked the post-game dungeons, the Ghost Ship and the Ghost Ship Extreme. Now is a good time to explore these, for not only will you unlock the Space Whiz and Ghost Ship Conqueror trophies, but you will have a good opportunity to grind towards reaching level 99 for A Strong Constitution trophy.

After that, it’s time to mop up all the outstanding trophies, with the exception of those related to the Insectron Tournament. Most of these will be miscellaneous trophies you may have missed during your initial play through the main story. Be sure to check out the Rogue Galaxy trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you’re missing and their requirements.

Finally, it’s time for the Insectron Tournament. Here, you’ll first need to assemble a team of five Insectors, then head to the planet Zerard and talk to the announcer in the middle of the Insectron Stadium to begin the tournaments. You’ll unlock the Space Beetles trophy for simply winning a game, but more importantly, you’ll need to become the S-rank champion for the Lord Of The Bugs trophy. For more tips on this, check out the guides under our Links tab.

First, here's a detailed Walkthrough by AzMuch:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps4/183994-rogue-galaxy/faqs/78359/introduction

And a text-based Walkthrough by wizardmentor:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps2/929240-rogue-galaxy/faqs/48402

Here is a detailed Trophy Guide by Blaze Naruto Shippuden and PapasitoPenguin:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/rogue-galaxy/guide/

And PREDRAG-K and omar280792 have a great Trophy Guide here:
https://psnprofiles.com/guide/3663-rogue-galaxy-trophy-guide

An Alternate Outfits Guide by Double G:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps2/929240-rogue-galaxy/faqs/47224

A Factory FAQ for the Factory Worker trophy, by poisson:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps2/929240-rogue-galaxy/faqs/47159

And a Visual Guide for all Factory Items on Fandom:
https://roguegalaxy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Factory_Items

An Insectron Guide by Adman86:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps2/929240-rogue-galaxy/faqs/47622

And another Insectron Guide, this one on Fandom:
https://roguegalaxy.fandom.com/wiki/Insector

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://www.truetrophies.com/game/Rogue-Galaxy/trophies

Resident Evil Revelations Trophy Guide

Resident Evil Revelations Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A third-person survival horror revamped from the 2012 Nintendo 3DS, set between the events of Resident Evil 4 and 5. The Platinum requires both skill and a fair bit of time.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Resident Evil: Revelations *** 56 Capcom Japan 48 5 2 1 0

Resident Evil: Revelations PS4

Resident Evil: Revelations is a third-person survival horror and part of the Resident Evil series, first released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2012, before being ported in HD for the PS3, Wii U, and Xbox 360 in 2013, then again for the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2017. The gameplay returns to the series’ original style which places an emphasis on survival, evasion, and exploration rather than combat, with the player receiving a limited amount of ammunition, and needing to solve puzzles. The game also includes Raid Mode, a more action-oriented mode in which players battle through different scenarios in either solo or co-op play.

Taking place between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, the recently established Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA) sends out agents Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield on a mission. After locating one another, they must stop the bioterrorist organization Veltro from launching an attack that will infect one-fifth of the Earth’s oceans with the deadly T-Abyss virus.

The original Resident Evil: Revelations on the Nintendo 3DS received positive reviews with an average score of 82%, praised for its return to the roots of the series, impressive graphics, environments, and sound, through criticized by some for some characterization and the AI-controlled companions.

If you have played and unlocked the Platinum on previous Resident Evil titles, then you should have a good idea of the amount of skill and time required for Revelations. You’ll need at least one playthrough on Infernal difficulty, and most likely a second playthrough on Normal in order to unlock more trophies, as well as complete all 20 stages of Raid Mode for all three difficulty levels. Also, there are quite a few missable trophies to watch out for.

Expect around 50-60 hours for the Platinum, depending on your luck with the missable trophies, skills, and whether or not you have decent help with the Raid Mode.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate, and slightly different, list from those on the PS3.

While it is technically possible to achieve all campaign related trophies in one playthrough, this would mean having to do it all in Infernal mode. However, unless you are a gaming master, or have played the game before, it is not recommended since many trophies will be challenging to acquire. Also, playing Infernal on a New Game+ will carry over all your weapons, ammunition, and custom parts, making the second playthrough a little easier.

We recommend first playing through on Normal mode and collecting as many, if not all, the campaign trophies as possible. This means playing through without dying for the Surviving Deep Darkness trophy. If you die, do NOT select continue, and instead return to the Main Menu. From here, you can select to continue from an auto-save point.

There are also a number of missable trophies to unlock during this playthrough, as well. These include finding all 30 hand prints and scanning them for the First Victim, Traces Of Tragedy, and Last Victim trophies, scanning all enemy types for the Research Complete trophy, and several kill-related trophies. Be sure to check out the Resident Evil Revelations trophy guide links under our Links tab to get familiar with these trophies. Also, you may want to follow one of the Hand Print Locations guides under our Links tab, as well.

Next, start up a New Game+ on Infernal mode. All your weapons, ammunition, and custom parts will carry over which should make your playthrough a little easier. Your main goal here is to simply play through to the end, in order to unlock The Vestibule Of Hell trophy. Also, if you happened to miss any of the missable trophies in your previous playthrough, now would be the time to get them.

Lastly, it’s time for Raid Mode. This is where the bulk of your time will be spent, as you’ll need to complete all 20 stages across three difficulties labeled Chasm, Trench, and Abyss with an S rank, as well as the bonus stages Ghost Ship and Ghost Ship: Chaos. It is highly recommended you play these in co-op, which will make things easier as well as cut down on the amount of time required. If you are having trouble finding a partner, check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.

First, IGN has a Walkthrough here:
https://www.ign.com/wikis/resident-evil-revelations/Walkthrough

A detailed Walkthrough by Matt Wales:
https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-12-01-resident-evil-revelations-walkthrough-guide-4872

And a text-based Walkthrough by Berserker:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps3/700994-resident-evil-revelations/faqs/67107

Here's a great Trophy Guide by Sellers:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/resident-evil-revelations-ps4/guide/

And a great Trophy Guide by DarkHarmonixer and UmbraCthulhu:
https://psnprofiles.com/guide/6398-resident-evil-revelations-trophy-guide

And PowerPyx has a Trophy Guide here, with plenty of videos:
https://www.powerpyx.com/guides/resident_evil_revelations.html

And an Achievement Guide (mostly same as the trophies on PS3 & PS4) by Shiftie:
https://www.xboxachievements.com/game/resident-evil-revelations/guide/

An All Handprint Locations video guide by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAEgbgdmq3A&feature=emb_title

And if that's not good enough, here's another All Handprint Locations video, this one by GamerForEternity:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1BzsPnR0oo

A video demonstration of the Living On The Edge trophy, by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2KqlI-1F8Y&feature=emb_title

And PowerPyx's video demonstration of the By The Crosshairs trophy:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iseuzawZUVA&feature=emb_title

And a video demonstration of the Triple Play trophy, by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alfxL-16ss0&feature=emb_title

A video demonstration of the Rockets Are For Losers trophy, by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1bE04cwDBs&feature=emb_title

Here is a Co-op Partners Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/resident-evil-revelations-ps4-/314875-co-op-partners-thread-read-first-post.html

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://www.truetrophies.com/game/Resident-Evil-Revelations-PS4/trophies?gamerid=230024

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Trophy Guide

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A third-person action adventure with RPG elements, and a DLC add-on to Monster Hunter: World. The Platinum has the same level of challenge and time required as the base game World.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Monster Hunter World: Iceborne *** 50 Capcom Japan 36 11 2 1 0

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is a DLC add-on and sequel to Monster Hunter World, though is large enough to have its own trophy list and Platinum. Players will explore new areas such as the freezing cold Hoarfrost Reach, hunt new monsters as well as variants of older monsters, and build new armor and weapons. Players are also introduced to the Clutch Claw, a new tool which allows players to attach themselves to monsters and perform more damage, as well as the Raider Rides, which are smaller creatures that can be ridden.

A mysterious song heard through the air causes a flock of Legiana to migrate across the sea. After tracking the migrating monsters, the Hunter discovers a new polar subcontinent filled with ice, snow, and monsters never seen before. After setting up a new base of operations, the Hunter sets off to discover the source of the song, as well as the strange seismic activity.

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne received positive reviews with an average score of 90%, praised for the large scale of the expansion and its content, as well as its beautiful settings and graphics, and overall fun.

The trophies for Iceborne are similar to those in World, which means the difficulty, time required, and method to getting the Platinum, is basically the same. You’ll be spending the majority of your time completing the story, hunting for crowns, and getting your Master Rank level up to 200. One nice thing about this DLC is that, if you haven’t finished unlocking the trophies on World, doing so will now be easier with Iceborne since you’ll have much stronger armor and weapons.

Like World, expect anywhere between 300-400 hours for the Platinum on Iceborne.

Like in the previous game, your first step is to complete the main story of the game.

As you go through the missions, you’ll soon realize that playing Iceborne feels like starting over, as your armor and weapons from World are not strong enough. This is because everything has been upgraded from High Rank to Master Rank. As a result, it is not a bad idea to farm the first monster you face, the Beotodus, and use it to craft your first full set of MR armor and weapons.

Also, as you progress through the story, you will receive a tutorial-like quest that introduces you to the Clutch Claw, which can be used to send monsters crashing into a wall. This is an invaluable move, for not only does this trick do a lot of damage to the monster and knocks it down, but will always break off a piece of material to be collected. We highly recommend becoming a master of the Clutch Claw. If the tutorial quest isn’t good enough, check out the video under our Links tab.

Once the story is complete, it’s time to explore the Guiding Lands, which is an area that incorporates all the bio-domes from World into one area. You’ll ultimately want to reach Master Rank 100 in order to hunt the Ruiner Nergigante and thereby unlocking your last story-related trophy, while also upgrading the areas in the Guiding Lands.

Once you’ve defeated the Ruiner Nergigante and unlocked the Fate’s Conclusion trophy, it’s time to start mopping-up everything that’s left. This will include reaching Master Rank 200 for the Master Of Masters trophy, maximizing research levels for the Monster Master trophy, and obtaining both miniature and gold crowns for nearly all the monsters for both the True Miniature Crown Collector and True Large Crown Collector trophies.

There are also a number of miscellaneous trophies you may still be missing at this point. Be sure to check out the Iceborne trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you need and their requirements.

Happy hunting!

First, here's a Walkthrough on IGN:
https://www.ign.com/wikis/monster-hunter-world/Walkthrough

Here's a great Trophy Guide by Deceiver:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/monster-hunter-world-iceborne-ps4/guide/

And a great Trophy Guide by PowerPyx:
https://www.powerpyx.com/monster-hunter-world-iceborne-trophy-guide-roadmap/

And Abyss has a useful Trophy Guide here:
https://gamingwithabyss.com/monster-hunter-world-iceborne-trophy-guide/

Here are the Treasure Locations> compiled by Deceiver:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/monster-hunter-world/340492-monster-hunter-world-iceborne-treasure-locations.html

And another Treasure Locations guide, by PowerPyx:
https://www.powerpyx.com/monster-hunter-world-iceborne-all-treasure-locations-guide/

A video by XxDeceiverxX demonstrating the Celestial Illusion trophy:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z6dTEIso90&feature=emb_title

A video guide by Gaming with Abyss for all Lynian Research Requests:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWIIiWNyIKI

A useful video by Darcblade demonstrating how to use the Clutch Claw:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82aoxkfpsjk

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/9440-monster-hunter-world-iceborne