Official Achievements for Dust: An Elysian Tail

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The official achievements list for Humble Hearts’ upcoming action role-playing game have been revealed. For those unaware, this game was originally supposed to launch through Xbox LIVE’s Indie Games, but upon winning the 2009 Dream.Build.Play competition, was given a contract to publish on the Xbox LIVE Arcade.

The game features 30 achievements, eight of which are secret, adding up to a total of 400 gamerscore. Check out the achievements list below:

Friend of Falana (10 points)
Complete 5 Sidequests

Hero of Falana (10 points)
Complete 10 Sidequests

Savior of Falana (10 points)
Complete 20 Sidequests

A Decent Start… (10 points)
Successfully complete a 200+ hit combo

That’s More Like It (10 points)
Successfully complete a 1000+ hit combo

Bringer of Death (10 points)
Kill 500 Enemies

Push and Turn (10 points)
Unlock a Treasure Chest

Wait, aren’t you…? (10 points)
Unlock a Cage and Rescue a Friend

Baker’s Dozen (10 points)
Hang out with Twelve Friends in the Sanctuary

Distant Thunder (10 points)
Use the DUST STORM on Fidget’s Projectiles

Well on your Way (10 points)
Pick Up an Ability Orb

With Great Power… (10 points)
Level Up by Assigning Skill Gems

An Impressive Display (10 points)
Earn a Four-Star Rating in any Challenge Arena

The Stuff of Legends (40 points)
Earn a Four-Star Rating in EVERY Challenge Arena

Blue Bomber (10 points)
Simultaneously Kill 6 Enemies with a Single Bomb

Cutting It Close (10 points)
Successfully Parry with less than 10% health remaining

Tinkerer (10 points)
Craft an item from a blueprint

Opposite of Fail (10 points)
Complete all Fale Quests

Above and Beyond the Call (10 points)
Complete the Game on Tough or Hardcore setting

Sad Way to Go (10 points)
Kill an enemy with the slide attack

One Last Wish (10 points)
Fulfill Bopo’s wish for snow

The Blacksmith of Archer’s Pass (10 points)
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