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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Cheats for the PS3


Kingdoms of Amalur Cheats & Tips

End Reckoning Mode with the most difficult enemy
How much bonus experience you earn from Reckoning Mode depends slightly on the length of the kill animation. The longer the animation, the more time you have to button-mash the corresponding button. Choosing the largest, most difficult enemy (particularly trolls and Jottun warriors) usually results in a longer kill animation.

Save lockpicks by pulling back
Many times, you can tell if a lockpick is going to break by the speed of the spring as it goes across the top of the screen. A lockpick in the perfect position will let the spring go at a fast pace; keep that speed in mind. Any slower than that and the lockpick is bound to break; letting go of the spring will save the lockpick.

Save before dispelling chests and persuasion checks
Use the save system to your advantage. Failing to dispel a chest can result in a nasty curse, so saving before then and reloading if you fail is a good way to save time. The same goes for persuasion checks, which are percentage-based. If you think you'll be going into a conversation with a persuation check, save beforehand.

Attack enemies from beyond their spawn point
Especially in dungeons, some enemies can't venture past a certain distance away from their original spawn point. So if you pull an enemy far enough, it will stop chasing you and run back without regenerating its health. This trick can be used to kill an enemy that's giving you too much trouble or to thin out a crowd of difficult enemies.

Looking for more tips? Check out our complete Kingdoms of Amalur Tips Guide.

Glitches

Train more than 3 pets (The Legend of Dead Kel DLC)

When you get Pet Training, you can't train more than 3 pets, normally. When asked to select a pet to discard, select "Raise Pets" option [it is middle option on left side]. After it you will be able to select option to train another pet. You can train all possible pets this way.

Secrets

Combat Training made easy (The Legend of Dead Kel DLC)

Any traps laid in the Combat Training Arena beforehand will stay there. If you are struggling to beat any record, lay traps before you begin training. They will damage and slow down enemies, letting you kill them faster.

Trophies

Teeth of Naros Trophies

There are 5 Bronze Trophies and 1 Gold Trophy.
Beam Me Up (Bronze) - Used the Henge to enter Idylla.
I Regret Nothing (Bronze) - Fell to your death from the Idylla Concourse.
Mistaken Identity (Bronze) - You've found a strange Almain who has been hiding in the sewers of Idylla.
Murder Most Fowl (Bronze) - Killed 50 Pteryx.
The Harder They Fall (Bronze) - You've bested Kahrunk without killing his attendants.
We Built this City (Gold) - You helped the Kollossae in the Teeth of Naros break free from their fate.

Main Game Trophies

There are 40 Bronze Trophies, 8 Silver Trophies, 2 Gold Trophies, and 1 Platinum Trophy.

Trophy Description
A Life of Crime (Bronze) Got caught committing a crime 25 times.
A Wink and a Smile (Bronze) You have succeeded at 50 Persuasion attempts.
And Then There Were None (Bronze) Killed 500 enemies with abilities.
Big Spender (Bronze) Spent 200,000 gold.
Blades of Glory (Bronze) Acquired 10 Unique weapons (Special Delivery weapons excluded).
Bookworm (Bronze) Read 50 books.
Breaking and Entering (Bronze) Picked 50 locks.
Bull in a China Shop (Bronze) Smashed 1,000 objects.
Cartographer (Bronze) Discovered 100 locations.
Cleaning Up the Streets (Bronze) Killed 50 bandits.
Crime Doesn't Pay (Bronze) Spent over 10,000 gold in crime bribes.
Destiny Defiant (Silver) You have defeated Tirnoch, and defied destiny.
Destiny Dominated (Gold) You have won the game on Hard difficulty.
Diamond in the Rough (Bronze) Crafted a Pristine Shard.
Elixir of Fate (Bronze) Made a potion with the Essence of Fate.
Five Finger Discount (Bronze) Stole and fenced an item.
Foiled Again! (Bronze) Parried 100 times.
Good as New (Bronze) Repaired a piece of equipment.
Green Thumb (Bronze) Harvested 10 of each type of reagent.
Hero of Mel Senshir (Gold) You have defeated the great Balor.
House of Ballads (Silver) Completed the House of Ballads storyline quests.
House of Sorrows (Silver) Completed the House of Sorrows storyline quests.
It Didn't Explode! (Bronze) Made a stable potion by experimenting.
It is Your Destiny (Bronze) Unlocked a top tier destiny.
Jack of All Trades (Bronze) Unlocked a Jack of All Trades destiny.
Jailbreak (Bronze) You broke out of jail.
Juggler (Silver) Landed 5 consecutive hits on a launched enemy.
Loremaster (Bronze) Found all Lorestones.
Master of the Forge (Bronze) Crafted an item that uses all 5 forge component slots.
Niskaru Slayer (Bronze) Killed 25 Niskaru.
No Destiny, All Determination (Bronze) You have met High King Titarion, and have been confronted with the true scope of your powers.
Open Sesame (Bronze) Dispelled 50 wards.
Out of Your League (Bronze) Killed an enemy 4 levels higher than you.
Perfectionist (Platinum) Awarded all trophies.
Reborn (Bronze) You were reborn from the Well of Souls, and have escaped Allestar Tower.
Reckoning Rampage (Bronze) Killed 5 enemies with a single Fateshift.
Riposte! (Bronze) Landed 25 special attacks out of Parry.
Romancing the Gem (Bronze) Crafted an Epic Gem.
Scholia Arcana (Silver) Completed the Scholia Arcana storyline quests.
Shock and Awe (Bronze) Killed 100 enemies with abilities.
Shop Class (Bronze) Crafted a piece of equipment with Blacksmithing.
Some of This, Some of That (Bronze) Unlocked a two-class hybrid destiny.
Streaker (Bronze) You spoke to someone while not wearing clothes.
The Great Detective (Bronze) Detected 25 hidden things.
They Never Saw it Coming (Bronze) Backstabbed 20 enemies.
Trapper (Bronze) Killed 25 enemies with traps.
Travelers (Silver) Completed the Travelers storyline quests.
Turning the Tide (Silver) A ruse has baited Octienne into betraying the necromantic nature of his experiments.
Warsworn (Silver) Completed the Warsworn storyline quests.
Where's My Wallet? (Bronze) Pickpocketed 20 times.
Would You Like Fries with that? (Bronze) Landed 100 complete attack chains.





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