The Trophy Guide covers everything you need to know about the new Monster Slayer DLC for I Am Setsuna. The Pengy are a race of insectoids that are capable of altering their size. As a result, they can fly, which is how they live underwater. There are only two types of Pengy: the large “Ace” that is the main protagonist and the smaller “Runner” that is the person you can customize as your party member and the first boss. All the trophy information and strategy guides for the DLC can be found in this guide.

[edit 11/24/17: This link now contains the full guide for the trophy] [edit 11/26/17: The information in the above post has been updated to reflect the unlock requirements for the “I Am Setsuna – Monster Slayer (Pengy Species) Trophy” achievement] [edit 12/1/17: Final edits have been made.]

Hey guys! I’m back! Sorry for the lack of blog posts over the last few weeks, I’ve been busy but hopefully you’ll see a few more in the near future as I get back into the swing of things. This time I thought I’d write a guide for a game I’ve been obsessed with since it was released. If you’re not familiar with it, I Am Setsuna is a beautiful-looking game that tells the story of a man-turned-monster-slayer as he travels from the ruins of his home into a strange land of monsters.

You may earn a variety of trophies and accomplishments in I Am Setsuna, including Monster Slayer.

In Monster Slayer, players must defeat all members of the Pengy Species. There are quite a number of them, all of which may be located in various places, so you’ll have to locate them before you can fight them.

The following is a step-by-step approach to locating each one.


0:00–0:48: Pengy; 0:48–4:57: King Empy/Empy; 0:48–4:57: King Empy/Empy (accessible via Setsuna Side Quest) (From Last Lands, both Pengy/King Empy/Empy may be found in Nive NE.)

Hoppy (Morbrisse Mountain/Near Kirs Forest) 4:57–6:25 King Pengy reigns from 6:25 to 8:10 a.m. 8:55–9:36 p.m.: Rocky (Spritnite-Eaten Monster) – – – – – – – – – – – – –

The only one I skipped was ‘Scarly,’ since it is integral to the plot and therefore unmissable.

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