The First Templar Achievements

Planning to adventure with a friend on a quest to find the secret of the Holy Grail? Well, you might not walk away with the greatest treasure Christendom has ever known (although you should give our Walkthrough a shot if you need a hand), but you can still earn a few bits of digital encouragement along the way. We’re working on a rundown of all Achievements for The First Templar, including the secret ones, complete with strategy on how to earn them. Check back after release for more info, and get a look at what’s in store for your medieval characters below.

Regular Achievements

Chronicles of the Temple – 50G — Found all Templar Chronicles
Wardrobe – 30G — Found all collectible outfits in the game
Arsenal – 30G — Found all collectible weapons in the game
Treasure-hunter – 20G — Discovered all chests in a single level
Thorough – 20G — Completed all Bonus Objectives in a single level
Dedicated – 40G — Completed all Bonus Objectives on all levels
Watch Your Step – 10G — Disarmed a bear trap
Down, boy! – 15G — Saved your partner from a dog attack
No Stone Unturned – 10G — Destroyed a breakable wall
Juggernaut – 15G — Advanced a character to 5 Health Orbs
Vigour – 20G — Advance a character to 5 Zeal Orbs
Miracle Worker – 20G — Used the “Revive” action to help your teammate
Templar Master – 30G — Completed all levels on Normal or higher difficulty
Templar Grand Master – 50G — Completed all levels on Hard difficulty
Observant – 20G — Discovered with a clue
Templar Knight – 20G — Completed all levels on Casual or higher difficulty
Healing hands – 20G — Healed your partner
Charge! – 15G — Acquired all Charge skills for Celian
Daggermistress – 15G — Acquired all Dagger throw skills for Marie
Team Tactics – 20G — Killed an enemy grabbed by the other character
Siege Operator – 30G — Killed all opposing squads with a siege weapon
No escape – 25G — A fleeing enemy was killed with a siege weapon by you or your partner
Strenght of Two – 20G — Finished a level in an online multiplayer game
A Friend Indeed – 30G — Finished all levels in the campaign in multiplayer online mode
Well Traveled – 20G — Completed 5 levels in online multiplayer with different partners
Bull Rush – 20G — Hit 4 enemies at the same time with your Charge Attack
Whirlwind Strike – 20G — Hit 4 enemies at the same time with your All-around Attack.
A Friend in Need – 15G — Played in an online multiplayer game with one of your Xbox LIVE friends
Just a Flesh wound – 25G — Finished a whole level without both characters dropping below 1 Health Orb
Destructive - 15G — Smashed 5 enemy shields
Executor – 30G — Finished 30 fallen enemies
What Was That? – 20G — Stealth killed a noise distracted enemy
Look out below! – 20G — Killed an enemy by knocking him from a ledge
The Duelist – 30G — Won a duel
Pyromaniac – 10G — Set 50 objects on fire
Silent and deadly - 20G — Performed 50 stealth kills
Not a Scratch – 20G — Killed 5 enemies in less than a minute without taking damage
Fight back – 25G — Succesfully performed 10 countermoves
Expert Tracker – 15G — Successfully tracked 20 trails to their end
Long Ranged – 20G — Killed 20 enemies with a ranged attack

Secret Achievements

Secret Achievement -10G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
Secret Achievement – 15G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
Secret Achievement – 15G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
Secret Achievement – 10G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
Secret Achievement – 10G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
Secret Achievement – 10G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
Secret Achievement – 15G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
Secret Achievement – 15G — Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.

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2 Comments on The First Templar Achievements

Aids

On April 26, 2011 at 3:04 pm

This game sucks

thepr

On May 15, 2011 at 12:53 pm

The game is at least decent, but it lacks a lot. And it has the most irritating thing found in videogames: Invisible Walls! And you can’t jump! Why does it have to be a rule that you can’t jump in RPG’s?