Estimated time to platinum/100%: 10 – 20 hours
Missable trophies: None
Glitched trophies: None
Difficulty related: None
Welcome to the DLC 3: The Unfinished Map Trophy Guide for One Piece: World Seeker
Take to the skies above Prison Island with Trafalgar Law! Member of the Worst Generation’s Super Nova’s, Fallen Member of the 7 Warlords, and Captain of the Heart Pirates, Law is travelling with the Straw Hat Pirates to fulfil his goals. On his adventure, he meets a young boy who, Law forms a bond with and takes it upon himself to aid the goals he has of becoming the world’s greatest Adventure. To get there he must complete a map that was left to him but to complete this quest he finds that there is more to adventuring than he realised.
Step 1: Traffy, the Adventurer?
Play through all 6 Chapters of Trafalgar Law’s campaign, and learn the story of the Unfinished Map. Law’s story isn’t very long or difficult, therefore you shouldn’t have any trouble finishing it with ease, please refer to Adventurous Dawn for more information on The Campaign. That being said there are a few fights that might pose troublesome if you are ill-prepared, the likes of the final confrontation to conclude the DLC is one such battle.
You’ll be earning these trophies:
Step 2: Surgeon of Death
This stage will have you collecting enough SP in order to fully Upgrade Law with all his abilities and using his Takedown move on 20 enemies for Passage Granted, and using Shambles 30 Times on enemies for Taking it Easy. These are relatively easy things to achieve in the game, however, if you have not obtained this by the time you complete the story it’s a good idea to combine these with your SP grinding to get the skill needed for Laws Challenges.
During this step you’ll earn these trophies:
- Trouble with a capital “D”
- Passage Granted
- Taking it Easy
Step 3: Challenges
The final stage will be to complete the challenges in Law’s DLC. He only needs to complete 2 and come top in both, compared with how many there actually are this isn’t at all bad. His 2 challenges are Speed Based and Battle based. In one he will be tasked with taking out enemies while the other is to reach the goal in a set time without alerting anyone.
During this step you’ll earn the following trophies:
- Take What’s Yours
- The Throne
Tips and Strategies:
Trafalgar Law, Ally to the Straw Hat Pirates, and member of the Infamous Worst Generations Super Nova’s. Nicknamed the Surgeon of Death, and one of the best Medical experts known in the Golden Age of Piracy, armed with the Op-Op Devil Fruit allowing him to perform medical miracles, Law’s use of the power makes him unrivalled as a Doctor. If you are familiar with the Series (Either Manga or Anime) this DLC feels like it brings in something used in the Dressrosa Arc and is somewhat made in a deliberate way to play on Law’s past. At the very beginning of the DLC Law will need to travel to his Sky Island that he discovered the location of at the end of the Side Mission Mystery of the Sky Islands (See Island Hero Trophy Guide for information pertaining to the Mission), which is accessible from Chapter 8: The Old Island in the main game. Before he can use the Omni-Cannon a kid attacks him, wanting to go the Sky Island, this event seems to be very reminiscent of the events of Law’s Past and his experience with the man known as Corazon
Upon knowing the kid wants to go to the Sky Island and even the Floating Island Law helps and forms a bond with him, helping him in his quest to be the world’s greatest Adventurer.
- You can play the game in any difficulty
- Fast Travelling resets the Area, not just the enemies and state of the world but resources.
- Against Powerful foes, try using all the tricks in your arsenal
- BULLETS HURT!. Law Might be a Doctor but that does not mean that he can be shot with no consequence.
- Law can not swim!
- Law can use Scan which is basically Observation Haki
- There are no Side Missions in The Unfinished Map
- You can Lock on to enemies using the Left and Right on the D-Pad
- The bosses from the main campaign will be in their post-game spawn points. Please refer HERE for that information.
- There are Treasure Chests located throughout the Unfinished Map DLC. For information on finding the Treasure Chests throughout the game, please refer to the Treasure Hunter from the base game for a general location. For the Character specific changes in Chests see the end of the Tips part in the Tips and Strategies.
- The Usopp Workshop and Franky Factory are available for Law to craft gear, at the Thousand Sunny.
- If you knock an enemy into the water in combat and they still have health they will respawn back on solid ground, provided they are a named enemy
- If you die while collecting Treasure Chest and haven’t saved in a while you will lose the ones you have collected and need to recollect them
- Hovering the crosshair over an enemy will Mark them.
- To get Perfect Guard, keep an eye on the icon above the enemy, when you see it flash press the Circle Button. If done at the right time you will get a perfect each time, this is invaluable against strong enemies who deal a lot of damage.
- Remember to upgrade your skills and equipment.
- Chapter 14 of the main story, which is equivalent to Law’s Chapter 5: The Trade is the PONR (Point of No Return), when you need to save Jeanne from the Navy, this is just before heading into the Naval Base. The Clear Game will start you here.
Room Gauge Boost? The Power of the Ope-Ope No Mi:
Traffy, having the power of the Ope-Ope No Mi (Op-Op Fruit) has special abilities that the other World Seeker playable characters do not, one such power is the Room Gauge Boost. This ability sacrifices half of Law’s current Health in exchange for enhanced power and overcharging the Room Gauge. This will allow Law to deal bonus damage when he hits with Room-Based attacks.
|Law’s Standard ROOM Gauge|
|Law’s Boosted ROOM Gauge|
There are a number of good ways to farm SP in the DLC, however, some ways are better than others. If you are intent on collecting up all the chest, getting the best gear, and exploring the DLC fully as Law you probably won’t have to farm too much to get enough SP, therefore this part of the guide will provide little to help. However, you can complete the DLC without collecting a treasure chest, although the difficulty towards the end will skyrocket without appropriate Equipment even if you have the skills to assist you, to this end, it is highly recommended that you upgrade, and craft gear using what you collect from the Chests. Returning to the point of this part, there are 2 most notable ways of farming SP, which are:
- Taking on bosses from the main campaign
- Replaying the epilogue
|Germa 66||Crystal Canyon||80SP|
Getting back to replaying the epilogue of Law’s Story, you can get a guaranteed amount of nearly 650SP in about 15 minutes. Do keep in mind that this is an estimation. Below is the rough breakdown of what you can achieve:
|Chapter 5: The Trade||Chapter 5: The Trade Completion||600SP|
|Chapter 6: Belief||Marine Battle on Floating Island (Allied with Crocodile)||50SP|
|Chapter 6: Belief Completion||None|
You can see the breakdown above, in testing it was around 650SP per run. Knowing this, the epilogue method might be the best strategy to knock out SP farming. Do remember the fights are semi-tough if you do not have the gear or skills to complete them. In addition to this any enemies that you take out along the way will give you SP that is not accounted for here.
Character Specific Treasure Chests:
Where most of the Treasure chest locations in the base game can be used to hunt down the DLC Treasure Chest Locations, there are some that break the pattern. Here is where you will find the information pertaining to the Character Specific differences in the Treasure Chest Locations.
|Area||Amount of Chests||Area||Amount of Chests|
|Thousand Sunny||4||Amber Harbor||6|
|Sapphire Town||11||Topaz Mine Town||3|
|Jade Bridge||4||Ruby Village||7|
|Tower Prison||5||Emerald Town||23|
|Emery Plaza||5||Steel City||28|
|Crystal Canyon||29||Sea Prison – Aquarmarina||10|
|Naval Base||12||Radio Tower||5|
|Halcum Port||2||Cannon Island||5|
|Luffy’s Sky Island||5||Law’s Sky Island||6|
This section was initially designed to have maps and videos like what can be found in the base game guide found HERE, however, after much thought and some testing with the maps found in the guide this was deemed unnecessary. Where some areas, such as Topaz Mine, would benefit from such maps and video guides, the base game information is still valid and can be used to help in your endeavour. As the Table above shows there are only a handful of areas that are not the same as the Base Game, which are:
Sea Prison – Aquarmarina
The above 9 Areas are slightly different to the base game ones, in terms of treasure chests, however, the maps that can be found on Treasure Hunter can be used to find all the chests in the DLC. Just make sure to keep an eye on your minimap as well when you are running around looking for the Chest.
The infamous Surgeon of Death, despite what his name implies, needs gear to augment and power him up. Skills are all well and good but they will only get you so far, the rest of the time you will need the gear to compliment the way you play, and Law has a good amount to pick from. Below you can find the recommended gear for Traffy:
- Death Boots
- Death Earring
- Sword Knot of Death
As it is shown in the image below, if you can get the gear to a + or ++ rank you will have a good set of stats, however, the standard level should be good enough. You can see a stat readout below provided you have most of the power skills it should be something similar.
World Seeker Continues:
One Piece: World Seeker:
“You want my treasure, you can have it, I left everything together in one place. Now you just have to find it!” Gol D. Roger, the king of the pirates spoke these words at his execution and sent countless souls in search of dreams far greater than they dared to imagine. This event sparked the great pirate era. Monkey D. Luffy, a boy who turned to rubber after eating the Gum-Gum Devil Fruit, vowed that he would be the next king of the pirates. Embarking on his adventure and heading to the Grand Line, not knowing where the waves would take them, until now. Escaping from the emperor Charlotte Linn Known to the world as Big Mom at Whole Cake Island, the Straw Hats find themselves on the mysterious Prison Island. A navy-controlled island in the seas of the New World, soon the Straw Hats are divided and scattered around and the darkness of the island starts to fester, however, one person stands against the events and with strength granted by Luffy, fights for the freedom of the island.
Join Luffy on his adventure on Prison island with familiar faces, heated rivalries, and the promise of treasure.
DLC 1: The Void Mirror Prototype:
The First of the DLC Packs where you will play as Pirate Hunter turned Swordsman of the Straw Hat Pirates, Roronoa Zoro. His story takes place in Chapter 6: Straw Hats United all the way to the end of the game, fighting his own evils and confronting powerful foes with unlikely allies. The Void Mirror has 6 relatively easy trophies to achieve, which are:
| Enthused Warrior|
DLC 2: Where Justice Lies:
The Second of the DLC Packs where you will play as Revolutionary Army Chief of Staff, Sabo. His story takes place in Chapter 9: Family Ties all the way to the end of the game, fighting his way to the truth and uncovering the secret hidden within the Wardens Prison Island. Where Justice Lies has a good few turns to its relatively simple story, the biggest altercation is that it introduces new characters to combat, the likes of Commander Katakuri of Charlotte Linlin’s crew, better known to the world as the Emperor Big Mom.
| Mission Complete|
| Chief of Staff|
Top of the World
|Adventurous Dawn |
Complete all Main Missions in “The Unfinished Map”
Once you have completed the Side Mission Mystery of the Sky Island in the main game, where you will assist Trafalgar Law in locating the coordinates of the Sky Island, you will be able to undertake Laws adventure. Unfortunately, although the DLC warns that you should finish the campaign before advancing to the DLC the story behind Laws quest in the Sky has little impact on the Straw Hats’ adventure, the main plot for the Straw Hats is touched on and the main goal of the pirates is to hunt for the Dyna Stone, however, Law is more focused, at least after a time on the boy Roule. Simply complete all 6 Chapters of the Campaign and the trophy is yours, you will get a Clear Game Save which set you back to before you save Jeanne in Chapter 5: The Trade.
|1: The Floating Island||200SP|
|5: The Trade||600SP|
The Prologue: Blue Sky has not been included in the above mission list because you will not be able to complete the above missions without completing the Prologue. You will also not get Freeroam until you have taken the Balloon to the Floating Islands at the end of the Prologue.
|Trouble with a capital “D” |
Learn all of Law’s Skills
Provided that this is your final part of the game to complete, get ready to have to go and collect up a lot of SP yet again in order to fully upgrade Trafalgar Law. Below is a table highlighting all his skills:
|Max HP Boost 1||50SP|
|Max HP Boost 2||100SP|
|Max HP Boost 3||200SP|
|Max HP Boost 4||400SP|
|HP Recovery Speed Boost 1||50SP|
|HP Recovery Speed Boost 2||100SP|
|HP Recovery Speed Boost 3||200SP|
|Tension Gain Boost 1||50SP|
|Tension Gain Boost 2||100SP|
|Tension Loss Reduction 1||25SP|
|Tension Loss Reduction 2||50SP|
|ATK Boost 1||50SP|
|ATK Boost 2||100SP|
|Stun Amount Boost 1||50SP|
|Stun Amount Boost 2||100SP|
|Aura Cloak 1||50SP|
|Aura Cloak 2||100SP|
|Incoming Melee Attack Damage Down 1||50SP|
|Incoming Melee Attack Damage Down 2||100SP|
|Incoming Melee Attack Damage Down 3||200SP|
|Incoming Ranged Attack Damage Down 1||50SP|
|Incoming Ranged Attack Damage Down 2||100SP|
|Incoming Ranged Attack Damage Down 3||200SP|
|Armament Hardening Boost 1||50SP|
|Armament Hardening Boost 2||100SP|
|ROOM Gauge Recovery Speed 1||50SP|
|ROOM Gauge Recovery Speed 2||100SP|
|ROOM Gauge Loss Reduction 1||50SP|
|ROOM Gauge Loss Reduction 2||100SP|
|ROOM Gauge Boost Efficiency 1||50SP|
|ROOM Gauge Boost Efficiency 2||100SP|
|ROOM Gauge Boost Effect 1||50SP|
|ROOM Gauge Boost Effect 2||100SP|
|ROOM Gauge Boost Loss Reduction 1||25SP|
|ROOM Gauge Boost Loss Reduction 2||50SP|
|Island Knowledge 1||25SP|
|Island knowledge 2||50SP|
|Equipment Slot Gain 1||100SP|
|Equipment Slot Gain 2||200SP|
|Gather Efficiency Boost 1||25SP|
|Gather Efficiency Boost 2||50SP|
|Drop Rate Boost 1||25SP|
|Drop Rate Boost 2||50SP|
|Chest Open Time Reduction 1||25SP|
|Chest Open Time Reduction 2||50SP|
|Scalpel: Damage Boost 1||50SP|
|Scalpel: Damage Boost 2||100SP|
|Sterben: Damage Boost 1||100SP|
|Sterben: Damage Boost 2||200SP|
|Amputate: Damage Boost 1||100SP|
|Amputate: Damage Boost 2||200SP|
|Counter Shock: Charge Time Reduction||100SP|
|Gamma Knife: Damage Boost 1||200SP|
|Gamma Knife: Damage Boost 2||400SP|
|Tact (Hold Shot)||25SP|
|Tact (Hold Shot): Charge Time Reduction||100SP|
|ROOM (Special Attack)||100SP|
|ROOM (Special Attack): Damage Boost 1||200SP|
|ROOM (Special Attack): Damage Boost 2||400SP|
|ROOM Assault: Attack Duration 1||50SP|
|ROOM Assault: Attack Duration 2||100SP|
|Consecutive Takedown Available||25SP|
|Consecutive Takedown Boost 1||50SP|
|Consecutive Takedown Boost 2||100SP|
This comes to a total of 6875SP needed to fully upgrade Law.
|Passage Granted |
Takedown 20 enemies as Law
Takedown moves are performed exactly the same as with Luffy (One Piece: World Seeker Takedown Legend) or Sabo (DLC 2: Where Justice Lies Nap Time!), simply sneak up behind an enemy or Shambles (please refer to Taking it Easy) to them and press the Square Button when prompted to use a Takedown. You can also stun enemies and use a Takedown on them but it’s far easier to be in stealth rather than combat when trying for Takedowns as Law.
|Taking it Easy |
Use Shambles on an Enemy 30 times
Although Shambles is depicted as an attack move in most situates, in World Seeker’s “The Unfinished Map” Shambles is a mobility technique. This is performed by pressing and holding the R1 Button and using the L Joystick to aim at a location to “jump” to, simply release the R1 Button when you are happy with the location and you will jump to it. To get this trophy you will need to use this technique and jump to an enemy location, this will alert them but if you are in stealth you can land a quick takedown move using the Square Button. If you are in open combat just simply jump around the enemies till your room Gauge is empty.
Shambles to Random Location
Shambles to Enemy
The images don’t illustrate this perfectly, but when you target an enemy it should auto-track the movement of the character you are aimed at to an extent.
|Take What’s Yours |
Clear 2 Challenge Missions as Law
Once you have fought Kuzan at the beach you will get the:
On the map signifying that challenge missions are now available. Thankfully for this final DLC, there are only 2 challenges, however, it is advised not to start celebrating yet they can be quite tricky. Below you can find the mission, location and the reward set you will get for completing either of the:
|Engraving||Amber Harbor||Feather Set|
|Lost on the Floating Island||Floating Islands||Bone Set|
Obtain a score for both challenges and the trophy is yours.
|The Throne |
Get the top Grade as Law on 2 Challenge Missions
Now that you have found the missions, and probably attempted them a few times you will need to go in and complete them with a 5-Star rating in order to achieve this trophy. Below you can find the 5-Star rating that you will need to get.
|Challenge||5-star completion requirement|
|Lost on the Floating Island||1 Minute|
If this wasn’t good enough for you, or you need a little extra help, below you can find two videos below, which will show A method for getting the 5-Stars.