18. Misc Trophies
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker | Misc Achievements/Trophies
The first of these three trophies requires you to beat Main Ops 10 and bring Huey Emmerich to Mother Base; he'll give you a letter from him to Dr. Strangelove and ask you not to read it. Read it anyway for a really badly written letter. How do you stutter in writing?
If you don't know how to get to the letter in the menus, the video below will show you how. Just go to the R&D menu and look at the Other section.
After the completion of Chapter 4, you should be able to find Strangelove's memoirs (there are three of them) in the AI pods of the Pupa, Cocoon, and Chrysalis. To get these memoirs, you need to fight these AI weapons in the Main Ops fights, and you can get one tape per fight. However, you can also get all three tapes by doing the same mission three times (but again, they only start to appear after you finish Chapter 4). The fastest way to do this is to load up Main Ops 10 to destroy the Pupa, get in the AI Pod, and press when given the prompt to, which will be between sections A and B. Just repeat this two more times. Listen to the tapes once you have all three in the briefing files section to get the trophy.
Like Dr. Strangelove, Paz has some tapes of her own to find in AI Pods, except she has a total of ten hidden away in the weapons of Extra Ops 111-119. If you somehow finish each mission only once, that leaves you with 08/10 of these diaries, so you'll have to replay them. You can even do Extra Ops 112 ten times if you felt like it, but that'd be a bit of a waste of time since you'll have to fight the others anyway. Listen to the tapes once you have all ten in the briefing files section to get the trophy.
This next set of trophies are ones that you should be getting as you play the game; you really should have no need to boost these unless you want to get the trophy early for whatever reason. If you somehow manage to get all other trophies before failing missions 50 times, you have my respect; if you're one of those lucky few, the best way for you to boost out the rest would be any of the Perfect Stealth Extra Ops, since getting caught is an instant game over.
I feel... safe
Wearing a cardboard box gives you that feeling of inner peace.
Reached at least 100 stun attacks or sleep-inducing attacks.
The rest of the miscellaneous trophies are so out there that you probably won't get them unless you try to or you're messing around a lot, or the circumstances required are too specific. The first requires you to shoot a tranquilizer dart straight into someone's butt, which instantly knocks them out, much like a headshot. This can be done as early as the first mission, but once you get the hang of it it's a viable strategy for tranquilizing enemies with helmets on.
For the next one, you'll have to roll (a direction with and press ) one hundred times in a single mission. This is easiest done in any mission involving Playa del Alba without a time limit, like Main Ops 01 or Extra Ops 067/068.
This next trophy can be done in Main Ops 19 since there's a cluster of exactly six guards there for you to break. Others have also had success in finding multiple guards in the recruit function in the main menu, but this method is more controlled and certain. Toss a smoke grenade into that crowd of guards, roll over the railing, and you'll be good to start slamming guys into the ground. This might take a few tries because some of the enemies might be tossed into others, but it shouldn't take you too many attempts.
To develop the Tanegashima Musket, which you need for the next trophy, you'll need to get the Rathalos Wing, which is a rare drop from Extra Ops 121/122. After developing the musket, take it into any mission and fire at enemies. There's a fairly large chance it'll cause a flurry of wind to throw the enemy in the air and land on the recovery chopper, giving you the trophy. This obviously won't work on enemy vehicles or monsters.
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