Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (2024)

Welcome to the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Trophy Guide!This is Part 2 of the Final Fantasy Remake. Rebirth has about 3 times more content than Remake Part 1. The story consists of 14 Chapters and takes place in bigger open world sections. For Platinum you need nearly 100% completion. The main things not needed are the Open World Caches, Chocobo Stops, Manuscripts, and you only need A-Rank on Piano Songs (not S-Rank). On all other minigames you’ll need the highscore. You will need all 169 World Intel to develop all Materia at Chadley, all 36 Side Quests, all Minigames for Johnny’s Treasure Trove Items, all Collectibles (trophy-relevant ones being 49 Weapons, 6 Piano Sheet Music), all Chadley Combat Simulator Challenges (including Brutal/Legendary). Getting all Queen’s Blood Cards (card minigame) isn’t mandatory for trophies but is helpful for the more challenging Queen’s Blood requirements. The overall main task is completing Johnny’s Treasure Trove which requires all aforementioned things. The main story is also longer than Remake, a completionist playthrough takes 100 hours+. The Brutal/Legendary VR Missions are harder than the VR Missions in Remake and there are more challenging minigames.

Simply follow theFinal FantasyVII Rebirth Collectible Locations Guideor alternatively the100% Walkthrough.This is the most efficient and worry-free way to get all trophies in one playthrough. It includes completely everything for 100% completion, all collectibles, world intel, side quests, challenge unlocks, minigames, chapter-specific trophies, and all equipment/materia which will be helpful for the hard difficulty playthrough.

Everything in the open world is still accessible untilChapter 13 (all side quests, minigames, merchants, world intel). If you get stuck on a minigame you can skip it for now and come back to it in Chapter 13. For Platinum you will need the highscore in all minigames, except Piano Songs which only require A-Rank.Thanks to Chapter Select nothing is missable. If you forgot anything important you can grab it from the open world in Chapter 13 or on your hard playthrough.

It doesn’t matter what difficulty you pick for your first playthrough, you can play on the easiest setting. Harddifficulty isn’t available from the start, it’s unlocked after beating the story for the first time on any difficulty.

After the story you unlock Chapter Select. Go back to Chapter 13, everythingin the open worldis still accessible from the start of Chapter 13. Any progress carries over between chapters. If you skipped anythingfromtheCollectible Guideyou can clean it up now.After the story you will unlock some newchallenges atMusclehead Colosseum so you can finish your last minigame trophies.

The hidden 100% completion requirement is to find all of Johnny’s Treasure Trove Items forFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (1)7-Star Hotel. If you followed the Collectible Guide you will have minimal cleanup left.

Simply put: you will need to finish all World Intel (to develop all Materia at Chadley), all Side Quests, all Collectibles (except Open World Caches, Chocobo Stops), Highscore in all Minigames (except Piano Songs). Do everything until the last thing remaining is beating the Brutal/Legendary VR Missions.

The hardest requirement for Platinum is beating all of Chadley’s VR Missions on Brutal/Legendary. These are unlocked after defeatingGilgameshin Chapter 13 and they are harder than anything in FF7 Remake and harder than the hard playthrough. You will need them for your last Treasure Trove Item and forFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (2)Virtually Renowned(finished all Chadley VR Missions).

The challenge you should prioritize is “Brutal Challenge: Rulers of the Outer Worlds” because it unlocks Gotterdammerung, the best accessory in the game. Gotterdammerung automatically recharges your Limit Break. This will make the other VR Missions and the Hard playthrough easier. The downside is that this challenge is extremely difficult.

If you find this too difficult you can play through story chapters on hard difficulty first. These unlock extraManuscriptsfor SP to buy moreweaponskills. It comes down to personal preference: if you want to make VR Missions easier do the hard playthrough first. If you want to make hard difficulty easierdo the VR Missions first to unlock Gotterdammerung. Because the hard playthrough can be done via Chapter Select you can mix and match between VR Missions and playing a few more chapters on hard.

If you unlocked Gotterdammerung from the Brutal VR Mission then you’ll have an easier time onthe hard playthrough. Hard can be rushed in 20 hours if you skip all cutscenes and side content. If you want to do the hard run before Brutal VR it will be more difficultbut you’ll have an easier time with the VR Missions.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (3)The Planet’s Hope
Earn all FINAL FANTASY VII REBIRTH trophies.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (4)Earn all other trophies in Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth to unlock Platinum. Having played the first game is not necessary and no DLC is needed for Platinum.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (5)Never Meet Your Heroes
Complete Chapter 1.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (6)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (7)Swampy Situation
Complete Chapter 2.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (8)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (9)Make Mine Black
Complete Chapter 3.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (10)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (11)The President’s Commendation
Complete Chapter 4.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (12)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (13)Cryptic Cameo
Complete Chapter 5.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (14)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (15)Fun in the Sun
Complete Chapter 6.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (16)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (17)The Price of Progress
Complete Chapter 7.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (18)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (19)Worth the Weight?
Complete Chapter 8.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (20)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (21)Crying Out
Complete Chapter 9.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (22)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (23)Stars Fell from My Eyes
Complete Chapter 10.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (24)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (25)You’re Not Murasaki
Complete Chapter 11.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (26)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (27)Hearts Out, Dukes Up
Complete Chapter 12.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (28)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (29)I’m Here for You
Complete Chapter 13.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (30)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (31)Confluence of Worlds
Complete Chapter 14.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (32)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (33)I Got This
Win a battle.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (34)Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks during Chapter 1, after you defeat the first group of Insectoid Chimera. Note that this doesn’t unlock during the Prologuewhen the actual first fight happens. The trophy unlocks after the second combat encounter, approximately 30-40 minutes into the game.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (35)Exploitative Practices
Exploit an enemy’s weakness.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (36)Most enemies havea weakness to an element (fire, ice, thunder, wind, poison etc). The most predictable method to get this is to use the “Assess Materia”(can be bought from vending machine in Chapter 2 Grasslands at Bill’s Ranch). Equip this Materia and use it during battle under Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (37) Command Menu > Abilities. This will scan the enemy and shows its weakness. Now use a spell that causes the type of damage the opponent is weak against.

Using the Assess Materia is entirely optional for this. You can also get it by just spamming one of each spell element on an enemy. Generally, most humans are weak to fire, flying creatures are weak to wind, robots and machines are weak to thunder, water creatures are weak to ice.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (38)Unfettered Friendship
Free a bound ally.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (39)This should come naturally from combat early on. Sometimes during battle your allies will getgrabbed by enemies. This happens primarily during boss fights. If you attack the boss to free the ally it will unlock the trophy. For example, this can be done against the Chapter 1 boss “Materia Guardian”. He will use his Hindlegs to grab your other party member, when he does this attack the leg until he lets go. There are many other opportunities for this throughout the game so you’ll get it naturally sooner or later without even trying.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (40)Staggered Learning
Stagger an enemy.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (41)This will come automatically as one of your first trophies. A “Stagger” happens when the orange bar below an enemy’s health is filled up. In Chapter 1, during the first encounter against a group of Insectoid Chimera, you will get a tutorialfor this and will likely earn the trophy there. You increase the staggergaugeby just attacking enemies repeatedly.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (42)Break It Down
Use a limit break.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (43)Taking damage and staggering enemies fills your limit gauge (the yellow gauge below your health). When the gauge is full,press Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (44) Command Menu > Limit > select the Limit Break. This will unleash a powerful attack and unlocks the trophy. You do not need to spend ATB charges to use these attacks. This works best in longer boss battles because you will naturally fill the limit break gauge during long boss encounters.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (45)Fledgling Summoner
Invoke a summon.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (46)During combat you will see a purple “Summon” gauge slowly fill up above your health, in the bottom right side of the screen. This slowly charges on its own. When the gauge is fully charged, press Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (47) Command Menu and select the Summon (if it’s grayed out charge your ATB first). Then the trophy unlocks immediately upon invoking the summon.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (48)Team Player
Use a synergy skill.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (49)Synergy Skills can be triggered with Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (50) + Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (51) / Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (52) + Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (53) when you have at least two party memberswith compatible synergy attacks. The available skills differ depending on which character is being actively controlled. Press Touchpad while guarding to view descriptions of these skills.For example, you can do this as early as Chapter 1 when Cloud and Sephirothare together in the party.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (54)No “I” in “Synergy”
Use a synergy ability.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (55)Synergy Abilities are unlocked at the end of Chapter 1 during the Materia Guardian boss fight. When this happens you will get a tutorial how to use them. At this point you will likely get the trophy automatically because the tutorial wants you to use the synergy ability here. In the Command Menu select “Synergy Abilities” and select the available attack, then the trophy unlocks. Utilizing ATB Commands with a Synergy icon will grant character synergy, when two characters used enough of these ATB commands you can activate their synergy ability from the Command Menu.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (56)Entering New Markets
Complete a quest.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (57)This is unlocked upon completing your first Side Quest in the game. Side Quests become available during Chapter 2, after playing the first Chocobo Race (story-related). They will be marked on the map by green icons. There will be plenty of side quests throughout the game. Each region will also show a tracker in the top left corner of the map that shows how many side quests are available. Also seeSide Quests Guide.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (58)Weapons 101
Max out a weapon ability’s proficiency.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (59)Go to Materia & Equipment Menu > select a Character > select a Weapon > when scrolling over the weapon it will show a blue text “Ability” in the middle of the screen, below the weapon’s stats. On the right side will be the Ability Info boxwith a yellow text “Proficiency Bonus”. Equip the weapon, during battle use the weapon ability from the Command Menu to fulfill the requirement listed under “Proficiency Bonus”.

For example, Cloud’s starter weapon is the Buster Sword. The Proficiency Bonus says “Stagger an enemy”. With the Buster Sword you must use the ATB Command “Focused Thrust” and it must stagger an enemy. The ability itself must stagger the enemy. Always use the ability unique to each weapon to fulfill the task listed under “Proficiency Bonus”. You will almost certainlyget this trophy from natural gameplay early on. Another easy one is Tifa’s Leather Gloves, simply use her Divekickto land the final hit on enemiesfor Proficiency.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (60)A Materia World
Level up an orb of materia.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (61)You level up materias be simply having them equipped and winning battles. You don’t need to use the materia at all, just having it equipped is enough and after each battle you will gain someAP towards it. This trophy will come automatically early on, most likely during Chapter 2, if you keep the same materia equipped.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (62)New Blood
Raise your Queen’s Blood rank.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (63)“Queen’s Blood” is the card minigame in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. You will unlock the card deck at the start of Chapter 2. Afterward other card players will be marked on the map with golden icons. Defeat 3 other card players to raise your Queen’s Blood rank by one level and the trophy will unlock. You can do this as early as Chapter 2, there are 3 card players in the Mako Tank Plaza where the chapter starts. Two are marked from the start, the third is in the north-east corner of the town. You will find many more card players throughout the game and will get this trophy naturally while working towards the Queen’s Blood tournament forFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (64)Card Royalty.

Also see, andAll Queen’s Blood Card Locations.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (65)Caching In
Complete your search of a cache location.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (66)“Cache Locations” are marked by white treasure chest icons on the map, found in the open world. They first start appearing in Chapter 2 after you reach the Grasslands. You must open all the treasure chests at one such location. When unfogging the map the icons will be revealed (after the story they are all marked automatically). When you are at such a location it will show a counter how many chests there are, usually 2-3 per location. Explore the surrounding area and open all chests, then the map icon will count as “complete” and the trophy unlocks.

Also see»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth All Cache Locations

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (67)I Brake for Chocobos
Repair three chocobo stops.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (68)Chocobo Stops are fast travel points, marked blue on the map. They first become available in Chapter 2 when you are in the Grasslandsopen world. They are always found along roads and look like blue bus stops. You can also find little chocobo chicks in the wild that lead you to them. Simply interact with the broken sign at 3 chocobo stops to unlock this trophy.

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth All Chocobo Stop Locations

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (69)Expert Ex-kweh-vator
Use a chocobo to find two treasures buried by rabbits.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (70)Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (71)

After unlocking the Chocobo from the story in Chapter 2 (unmissable), you will sometimes see blue question marks above your chocobo’s head while riding around. This indicates a buried treasure is nearby. You must then hold Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (72) , tilt the right stick in the indicated direction (or simply spin 360°) to make a blue scent line appear. Follow the scent line to its end, press Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (73) to dig up the treasure. Do this two times for the trophy. You will need to dig up a lot of these anyway to find the Collector Item forJohnny’s Treasure Trovein each region.

Here are two early locations in Chapter 2 Grasslands:

#1 – In the north of the Grasslands along a road:

#2 – In the southeast of the Grasslands along a road:

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (76)You Work for Me Now
Defeat a summon in battle and obtain its materia.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (77)“Summon Battles” can be played in Chadley’s Combat Simulator, unlocked automatically from the story during Chapter 2. After unlocking the Combat Simulator, talk to Chadley (marked on the map), pick any Combat Challenge from the “Summons” category. The first one is called “Summon Entity: Titan”, beating this will unlock the trophy.

You can set the difficulty to easy in the options. You can make it easier by scanning theDivine Intel (Summon Crystals)in a region, then you can face off against a weaker version. Beating the weakest version still unlocks the trophy and the summoning materia.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (78)Intelligence Aide
Gather world intel at five separate locations.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (79)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel LocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (80)Intelligence Specialist
Gather world intel at fifty separate locations.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (81)For this particular trophy you only need 50 of 169 World Intel (also called “Regional Data” in-game). However, forFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (82)Materia Completionistyou will need all 169 World Intel. These are the open world collectibles spread across the 7 regions of the game. Each of them gives you 10 Data Points, you need all of them to craft every possible Materia at Chadley (including duplicates).

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (83)Director of Regional Intelligence
Gather all pieces of world intel in a region.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (84)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel LocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (85)Founder’s Bonus
Obtain a protorelic in the grasslands.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (86)Protorelics are called “Phenomenon Intel” in-game. They are one of the types of World Intel collectibles. None of them are missable, you can either grab them during the story as they unlock or after the story via Chapter Select in Chapter 13.

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelic Locations

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (87)Fort Condor Commander
Obtain a protorelic in the Junon region.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (88)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelicLocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (89)Cactuar Crusher
Obtain a protorelic in the Corel region.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (90)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelicLocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (91)Honorary Turk
Obtain a protorelic in the Gongaga region.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (92)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelicLocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (93)The Gambit Paid Off
Obtain a protorelic in the Cosmo Canyon region.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (94)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelicLocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (95)Professional Handler
Obtain a protorelic in the Nibel region.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (96)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelicLocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (97)Bladesman of Legend
Defeat Gilgamesh.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (98)Gilgamesh is the boss that holds the final Protorelic. You must first collect all other Protorelics. Then Chadley will give you a call to say a new area has appeared. This area is Gilgamesh Island, found in the northeast corner of Meridian Ocean in Chapter 13. Go there and you will need to complete 4 more Phenomenon Intel on the island. The final one will be the Gilgamesh boss fight.

Gilgamesh himself is a relatively easy fight. The harder part is the fights on the island leading up to him. These consist of fighting 2 VR summons at the same time. See the below guide for how to reach Gilgamesh andhow to beat the prerequisite fights:

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth –Gilgamesh Boss Guide

For all Protorelics refer to:

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelicLocations

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (99)Moogle Lover
Max out your moogle emporium merchant rank.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (100)For this you must collect all 7 Moogle Intel.They are one of the types of World Intel collectibles. Each one increases your Moogle Emporium Rank by one. The Moogle Emporium is a shop that opens up after completing a region’s Moogle Intel. Each one adds new items for sale. None of them are missable, you can either grab them during the story as they unlock or after the story via Chapter Select in Chapter 13.

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllProtorelicLocations

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (101)Materia Completionist
Develop all possible materia together with Chadley.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (102)For this you must find all 169 World Intel. Each World Intel gives 10 Data Points which can be redeemed at Chadley to develop Materia. You must also develop all duplicates of all Materia until there is nothing left to develop. Developing only one copy of each Materia isn’t enough. The earliest you can do this is in Chapter 13 after having defeatedGilgameshfor the final Phenomenon Intel.

None of the World Intel are missable, you can either grab them during the story as they unlock or after the story via Chapter Select in Chapter 13. Then visit Chadley at any of his locations, for example at Bill’s Ranch in Grasslands, and develop all available Materia. This is good to do in preparation for the Hard difficulty playthrough anyway because Chadley offers some of the best Materia in the game.

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All World Intel Locations

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (103)7th, Assemble!
Recruit all Midgar 7th Infantry units for the parade in Junon.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (104)Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (105)

Chapter 4 / Objective: The Seventh Infantry/ Area: Larboard Junon

This can only be done during a story section in Chapter 4.After changing outfits and completing the Parade tutorial, you’re tasked with recruiting 7th Infantry Members for your Parade performance. While for story purposes you only need to recruit 5, for this trophy you must recruit all 10. When you head outside to Larboard Junon, the blue search radius will be marked on the map.The objective in the top left corner will change to “Locate the Seventh Infantry 0/10” so it will be very obvious when this happens.

For their locations refer to:

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (106)Stealing the Show
Win the prize for outstanding performance in the Junon parade.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (107)Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (108)

Chapter 4 / Objective: The Seventh Infantry / Area: Larboard Junon

First, you will want to have doneFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (109)7th, Assemble!by finding all7th Infantry Locations.

During the Junon Parade you will need to get an “outstanding performance”, you need to score over 100,000 points total to unlock the trophy. Performing higher difficulty formations gives more points, so don’t pick the easiest 1-star formations. After assembling all 10 infantries, make a manual save, then advance to the quest marker. Before the parade you can adjust your infantry formation. You’ll want to use a formation that gives you the difficulties 3-star > 3-star > 3-star. For example, this formation works: Grenadiers > Grenadiers > Flametroopers > Riot Troopers > Riot Troopers (this gives you 3 x 3-star difficulty + 2 formation bonuses). When ready start the Parade. You will need to hit almost everything with a “Great” rating, press the indicated button when the outline reaches the middle of the button. If things go very poorly you can immediately pause and retry but this will restart all 3 formations from the start. Hit all buttons correctly and you’ll earn over 100,000 score and unlock the trophy. My scores were 25/25 Great (19621 Likes) > 26/26 Great (48116 Likes) > 33/38 Great, 5 Bad (101,498 Likes). If done correctly the trophy will unlock after the cutscene. If it doesn’t unlock, reload the manual save and retry. 101,498 Likes is the maximum achievable. By doing the 3-star difficulty formations you get more button presses, which allows you to get away with some mistakes and still reach the highscore. While lower difficulty formations may give higher formation bonuses, the maximum amount of likes will be capped to the difficulty of the formation, hence doing 3-star formations is better.

This minigame can’t be redone outside of this story section so it’s semi-missable, but still doable after the story via chapter select. You can also do it during your Hard difficulty playthrough.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (110)Card Royalty
Win the Queen’s Blood tournament held on board the Shinra-8.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (111)Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (112)

Chapter5 / Objective: King of Queen’s Blood / Area: Shinra-8

As part ofChapter 5 main objectives it’s mandatory to play the Queen’s Blood Tournament on board the Shinra-8. To earn this trophy you have to WIN the tournament by defeating all 5 opponents. If you lose a match you can challenge the same opponent again before reporting your results for the round. If you challenged all previous Queen’s Blood opponents in the game (seeCollectible Guide) you should already have a good deck and will know the rules. You can also buy 4 card packs from the receptionist on the left if you haven’t bought them in earlier chapters. Forbest decks and strategies see.

Keep a manual save after each round. After defeating the final opponent the trophy will unlock and you will also earn the card 095 Ifrit which is one of the best in the game.

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Receive a review of S or higher for your performance in Loveless at the Gold Saucer.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (114)Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (115)

Chapter12 / Objective: Loveless / Area: Gold Saucer (Event Square)

In Chapter 12 as part of the story you will have to take part in a theater performance called “Loveless”. To get an S-Rank you must press the buttons as they appear on screen. You are allowed to make quite a lot of mistakes here and will still earn S rank. I chose the left prison cell door > The Hellhound Garm (9 Great, 6 Good, 2 Bad) > Your Future with Rosa (14 Great, 6 Good, 3 Bad) > Rosa (16 Great, 6 Good, 2 Bad) = Final Result “S”.

Which girl will be Rosa will depend on who you got as your date in Chapter 12 (who you have the highest relationship with). The male characters will always be present. For the S-Rank it doesn’t matter which girl is Rosa. You will have to do Loveless a minimum of 3 times anyway, once with each girl for Johnny’s Treasure Trove items (via ChapterSelect after story). This minigame isn’t available outside of this particular story event. Keep a Manual Save when the main objective turns to “Loveless” before entering the Theater, then you can retry immediately. Alternatively you can do it via Chapter Select after the story.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (116)1-Star Startup
Donate 10 items to the treasure trove at Johnny’s Seaside Inn.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (117)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All Johnny Treasure Trove Item LocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (118)3-Star Hotel
Donate 30 items to the treasure trove at Johnny’s Seaside Inn.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (119)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All Johnny Treasure Trove Item LocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (120)5-Star Hotel
Donate 60 items to the treasure trove at Johnny’s Seaside Inn.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (121)»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All Johnny Treasure Trove Item LocationsFinal Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (122)7-Star Hotel
Inform Johnny that you have donated all possible items to his treasure trove.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (123)This is the not so obvious 100% completion requirement for the Platinum. To get all 88 of Johnny’s Treasure Trove items you must complete all side quests, all minigames with the highest rank (including their Hard version), all Combat Simulator Challenges (including Brutal/Legendary), and various other side activities. The only big exceptions are Piano Songs which you only need to A-Rank, and the Open World Caches and Chocobo Stops aren’tneeded. For anything else: if it’s in the game you need to complete it, if it’s a minigame you need the highscore.

Johnny’s Treasure Trove is unlocked fromSide Quest:The Saga of the Seaside Inn. This can be started in Chapter 7 in Costa del Sol but you won’t be able to complete it until Chapter 9 as some objectives require more story progress. Then a chest will appear at Johnny’s Inn. Any “Collector’s Items” you unlock will automatically be donated to this chest.The trophies for 10/30/60 will unlock instantly upon getting a Collector Item, no need to manually place them in the chest.

After getting all 88 Treasure Trove Items talk to Johnny at the Costa del Sol Inn. For all item locations see the guide below.

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – All Johnny Treasure Trove Item Locations

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Defeat Sephiroth in 3D Brawler.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (125)Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (126)

3D Brawler is a boxing minigame in Corel Region > Gold Saucer > Wonderment Square. In the back of Wonderment Square you can play this minigame. While it becomes available in Chapter 8, you won’t be able to challenge Sephiroth until the end of Chapter 12.

Sephiroth is unlocked after finishing all other 3D Brawler opponents and after the last side quest in the game,Side Quest: Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, first available in Chapter 12. Thisside quest only spawns after finishing all other 35 Side Quests and playing through all minigames in Gold Saucer.

3D Brawler Strategy: Evade all enemy attacks by tilting the left/right stick in the correct direction. When the enemy glows blue you must attack with Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (127) . Figuring out the opponent’s moves is the tricky part. It’s best to just watch the opponent’s attacks for a few rounds (get beaten up and restart to learn the pattern). This is all about pattern recognition. In the 3D Brawler select it shows what attacks each opponent has and what dodges are relevant. If the opponent attacks from the left you must always dodge with the left stick, if he attacks from the right you must dodge with right stick. When the opponent pulls back his arm you can pause to guess what his next attack will be. If he puts his hand down he’ll do an uppercut, dodge with Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (128) / Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (129) – if he puts his hand up he’ll do a straight punch which you dodge with Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (130) / Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (131) – if he puts his hand in the middle or slightly to the side he’ll do a hook which you dodge with Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (132) / Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (133) .

Each opponent will take some practice to learn their attack pattern. Some will start burning red, then they use many quick attacks in a row but the order of those red attacks is scripted. If you dodge all red attacks the enemy gets groggy and you are guaranteed to land a strike.

Sephiroth Strategy: Pause buffering makes this a lot easier (pausing whenever the opponent pulls back his arm). This way you don’t need such fast reaction time. You must hit Sephiroth after he starts glowing blue (every 3-4 hits he misses), or after he starts burning red and misses 4 strikes in a row.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (134)Piano Virtuoso
Play all six Piano Outreach Association songs well enough to receive remuneration.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (135)For this you must obtain A-Rank in the first 6 Piano Songs. “A” is the second highest rank. Luckily, the highest rank “S-Rank” isn’t required. There are 8 Piano Songs total but only the first 6 are needed for the trophy.

You must collect the 6 Piano Songs. If you follow theCollectible Guideyou will get them along the way.If not, you can still grab them after the story via Chapter Select in Chapter 13:

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllPianoSong Locations

Each Piano Song is found on a Piano in populated towns. Sit down at the Piano and press Touchpad to select any song you collected.Next to the Pianos you will find a man called Dorian.After you achieved A-Rank, talk to him to receive a reward. This is what counts as “remuneration”. After getting A-Rank on all 6 songs talk to him again, this triggers a cutscene and Dorian gives you the 7th sheet music, after which the trophy unlocks. Completing the 7th sheet music given by Dorian is not needed for the trophy. The 8th sheet music from completing Johnny’s Treasure Trove is also not needed.

This is rhythm minigame where you must press the left and right stick to play notes on the piano. The notes will show as yellow rings, you must tilt the stick in the last moment in the correct direction for it to count as “Great”. If you tilt the stick too early it will count as “Good” or “Bad” which will give a lower score. A-Rank requires getting roughly 90% “Great”. Missing a few notes is fine. There is a big learning curve initially topracticethe timing as you’ll needmostly “Great” and not the “Good” timings to land an A-Rank. For S-Rank you’d need 100% “Great” without any Good/Bad/Misses, but luckily this isn’t needed for any trophies.

Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (136)Are You Not Entertained?
Complete all bouts in the Musclehead Colosseum.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (137)MuscleheadColosseum is unlocked in Chapter 8, located in Corel Region > Gold Saucer > Battle Square.

To unlock all Musclehead bouts you’ll first need to finish the story. Then use Chapter Select to replay Chapter 13. The last few bouts are only available after the story. These are simple arena fights against waves of enemies. You can put the difficulty to “easy” in the game settings. You can even enable “classic” playstyle in the settings and it will complete the fights for you without pressing any buttons, but it will take longer than playing yourself.

There are 32 bouts total:

  1. Two-Person Bout: The Zoomies = Mega-Potion, 50GP
  2. Two-Person Bout: Devil-May-Care Desperados= Secrets of the Ninja Vol. III, 60GP
  3. Two-Person Bout: Exemplary Exterminators= Hi-Ether, 80GP
  4. Two-Person Bout: Ghoulish Delights= Tale of the Red Warrior Vol. IV, 100GP
  5. Two-Toad Bout: Frogjutsu= Elixir, 140GP
  6. Two-Toad Bout: Ribbit Me This= Enfeeblement Ring, 160GP
  7. Two-Person Bout: Birds of a Feather = X-Potion, 120GP
  8. Two-Person Bout: Disorderly Peacekeepers= Telluric Scriptures Vol. V, 140GP
  9. Two-Person Bout: Into the Woods= Turbo Ether, 160GP
  10. Two-Person Bout: Popularity Contest= Fortunes Untold Vol. V, 180GP
  11. Two-Person Bout: Silent or Silenced= Elixir, 200GP
  12. Two-Person Bout: Sedition= Enervation Materia Earrings, 230GP
  13. Six-Person Bouts: The Uncouth= 3 Mist Mega Potion, 50GP
  14. Six-Person Bouts: The Befouled= White Cape, 55GP
  15. Six-Person Bouts: Peas in a Pod= 3 Ruby, 60GP
  16. Six-Person Bouts: Scratch That= Steadfast Block Materia Earrings, 70GP
  17. Six-Person Bouts: Match Made in Pain= 3 Emerald, 80GP
  18. Six-Person Bouts: League of Reprobates= Lightning Materia Earrings, 90GP
  19. Six-Person Bouts: Pecking Order= 3 Sapphire, 100GP
  20. Six-Person Bouts: Access Denied= Spectral Cogwheel, 110GP
  21. Six-Person Bouts: Harmony of Discord= Transmuter Chip: Ultimate Accessories, 120GP
  22. Six-Person Bouts: Gourmands Are We= The Art of Swordplay Vol. V, 130GP
  23. Six-Person Bouts: Primordial Protectors= 5 Mist Giga-Potion, 140GP
  24. Six-Person Bouts: Out of the Shadows= X-Potion, 150GP
  25. Six-Person Bouts: War fo the Mascots= Sharpshooter’s Companion Vol. V, 160GP
  26. Six-Person Bouts: The Archfiends= Fury Ring, 170GP
  27. Six-Person Bouts: Legendary Showdown = Turbo Ether, 180GP
  28. Six-Person Bouts: Ululating Quartet= AP Up Materia, 190GP
  29. Six-Person Bouts: The Boss and the Hound= Astral Remnant, 200GP
  30. Six-Person Bouts: Four-Way Deadlock= Fortitude Ring, 210GP
  31. Six-Person Bouts: Dragon Warrior= 2 Elixir, 230GP
  32. Six-Person Bouts: Riotous Feast= Transference Module, 250GP
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Win all chocobo races.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (139)Chocobo Racing is unlocked at the start of Chapter 9 in Corel Region > Gold Saucer > Chocobo Square. You complete the first race as part of the Chapter 8 story. However, you won’t be able to finish all races until Chapter 12.

You will need to win all 20 races across all 3 grades including the Gold Cup (9 x Grade III, 10 x Grade II, 1 x Grade I Gold Cup).

The Gold Cup is unlocked fromSide Quest:Gold Cup or Bust.This becomes available in Chapter 12 after arriving in Costa del Sol andand completingSide Quest: Esoteric Secrets of the Eldersin Nibel. You can then find Billy in the Chocobo Square, he will task you with winning the Gold Cup. If you’ve won all previous races then the trophy will unlock upon completing the Gold Cup.

Note thatthere’s also a race at Bill’s Ranch in Grasslands that youdo as part of Chapter 2 but this isn’t required.

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Complete all quests.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (141)There are 36 Side Quests in the game, you must complete all of them. They are all still accessible until Chapter 13. None of them are missable, you can still do them via Chapter Select (unlocked after story) by replaying Chapter 13.

»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth – AllSide Quest Locations

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Attain level 70 with a character.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (143)You will reach Level 70 automatically while doing the post-story cleanup for all ofJohnny’s Treasure Trove Items. Doing all main chapters, side quests, minigames and combat simulations for other trophies will automatically get you to Level 70. If you want to get the trophy early, you can also grind out levels at the Musclehead Colosseum in the Gold Saucer or in Chadley’s Combat Simulator.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (144)Staggering Success
Deal 300% or more damage to a staggered enemy.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (145)Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (146)

This is best done in Chadley’s Combat Simulator (unlocked in Chapter 2 in Grasslands at Bill’s Farm). Play as Tifa against the full power Titan Summon. If you played Final Fantasy VII Remake, increasing stagger % works the same way.

You need to stagger the opponent, simply attack until the orange gaugeon the enemy is full. Use Tifa’s ATB Command “Unbridled Strength” to buff her with Omnistrike just before the enemy gets staggered. Press Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (147) to use Omnistrike to increase Stagger by 30%. Again use Unbridled Strength > Omnistrike > repeat 5 times in a row. The stagger starts at 160% damage. You’ll need to use Omnistrike 5 times during one stagger phase to reach 310%. If the opponent dies too fast you can do it against another VR summon, or do it against a boss during your Hard playthrough. If stagger runs out before reaching 300% pause the fight, choose Give Up and retry. Do not double-buff Unbridled strength as this will give you the Rise and Fall attack instead of Omnistrike, which istoo slow for this.

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Master all weapon abilities and limit breaks, including those found in folios.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (149)First you must find all 49 Weapons. If you follow theCollectible Guideyou will automatically get them along the way. If not, you can still get missed weapons after the story via Chapter Select and purchasing them from weapons vendors in Chapter 13.

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The Limit Breaks you only need tounlock in your characters’ folios using SP. They are all available at Party Level 9, which you’ll reach automatically by finishing all Side Quests, Minigames, and World Intel. You can buy these at any Maghnata Automat (for example at Bill’s Ranch in Grasslands). They are the yellow skills at the top of the skill tree. You don’t need to use the Limit Breaks at all, just unlocking them is enough.

You will also need to buy all the purple skills from your characters’ folios via the Maghnata Automat, these also count as “skills”. Buying them is enough, they don’t need to be used in combat.

To master all weapon abilities you will need to get the yellow checkmark on every weapon. Go to Materia & Equipment Menu > select a Character > select a Weapon > when scrolling over the weapon it will show a blue text “Ability” in the middle of the screen, below the weapon’s stats. On the right side will be the Ability Info boxwith a yellow text “Proficiency Bonus”. Equip the weapon, during battle use the weapon ability from the Command Menu to fulfill the requirement listed under “Proficiency Bonus”.

For example, Cloud’s starter weapon is the Buster Sword. The Proficiency Bonus says “Stagger an enemy”. With the Buster Sword you must use the ATB Command “Focused Thrust” and it must stagger an enemy. The ability itself must stagger the enemy. Always use the ability unique to each weapon to fulfill the task listed under “Proficiency Bonus”.You can farm these in Chadley’s Combat Simulator or at the MuscleheadColosseum in Gold Saucer.

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Complete all chapters on Hard difficulty.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (151)Hard difficulty is unlocked when you finish the game for the first time (on any difficulty). In hard mode enemies have more health and deal more damage. You can’t use items at all, and benches only restore HP, not MP. For a list of combat tactics, best loadouts and other tips check the guide below.

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»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Boss Guide (Hard Difficulty)

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Complete all of Chadley’s combat simulations.Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (153)To unlock all of Chadley’s Combat Simulations you will first needto defeatGilgameshto unlock the Brutal/Legendary Bouts (requires allProtorelics), complete the story, collect the Pirate’s Treasures to transmute the Corsair’s Compass accessory (neededto play last two Legendary Bouts), defeat all the mini-bosses at the Classified Intel locations in each region, battled every enemy type in every region (some are tied toside questsandworld intel), and assessed most enemies (using Assess Materia).

If you follow theCollectible Guideyou’ll unlock everything along the way.

Chadley’s Combat Simulator is unlockedduring Chapter 2. New challenges get added in every new region you visit. The Brutal / Legendary Bouts are unlocked after beatingGilgamesh. Interact with Chadley and select the Combat Simulator. It will show the exact unlock requirement. Most importantly you will want to level up the “Enemy Skill” Materia as you need it fully leveled to play some simulations. It’s unlocked from the simulation “Biological Intel: Know Thine Enemy”. You should also assess every enemy you encounter in the game. You need to have assessed a certainnumber of enemies in each region to unlock more simulations. Equip the Assess Materia in a quickslot such as Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (154) + Final Fantasy 7 (VII) Rebirth Trophy Guide & Roadmap (155) and use it on every new enemy type you see.

Ifyou are missing enemy encounters to unlock some simulations, they will be from the last remaining side quests & side content such as World Intel and minigames. Some enemies only spawn once during specific side quest encounters. Luckily, any unique enemies must be beaten to finish their side quests so you can’t miss them. There are more enemies to assess in each region than you need to unlock the simulations, so it’s okay if you miss a few.

The hardest part by far are the Brutal/Legendary Bouts. For recommended loadouts and exact strategies check out»Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Brutal / Legendary VR Mission Guide.

Massive thanks to the following people for helping in the creation of this guide:

Archavia=Side Quests, Brutal/Legendary VR Strategies, Hard Difficulty Strategies
Darth_Krid=Boss Guide
Gage= Main Walkthrough

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