Rayman Legends achievements

Rayman Legends

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There are 50 Rayman Legends achievements worth 2,970 (1,000), and 10 challenges

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Truly awesome! in Rayman Legends

Truly awesome!235 (40)

Reach the final level of Awesomeness.

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Achievement won on 12 May 14
TA Score for this game: 2,970
Posted on 03 April 14 at 10:57, Edited on 10 July 16 at 21:18
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Edit: I've been told the dailies are visually updating properly again. Thanks for the heads up!

You need 6000 points from cups to reach Awesomeness level 11 for this achievement. If you complete everything in the game and get all diamond cups on all paintings you will only be just over the 10th level of Awesomeness, with 4184 points.

To get the other 1816 points you must do daily and weekly challenges. This is where it gets rough because you are competing directly against other players' scores to determine what type of cup you get on the challenges.

To get Diamond you must be in the top 1% of all players who completed it. That means that on the average daily challenge with 1200 to 2500 players only the top 12 to 25 will get Diamond. Do not pull your hair out trying for these. A LOT of people that are already awesomeness 11 just keep doing challenges. Maybe they just love the game. Maybe they are cock blocking the top tier so newies cant get diamonds. I dunno. I've only managed 5 diamond cups in the 3.5 weeks I have been doing challenges.

For Gold the top 1.01% to 20.00% get it. That is a nineteen fold increase over Diamond and much, MUCH more obtainable. Out of 1000 players, rank 11 to 200 will get gold, 190 players total for every 1000 challengers. Try to get in the top 15% though if you do it earlier on when there are still 5 or more hours left because a lot of folks jump in at the end and can bump you out of gold if you are around the bottom end of the golds (top 18-19%).

Silver only requires you to be in the top 20.01 to 50.00%. Out of 1000 players that would be rank 201 to rank 500. Extremely easy to do, especially if you have finished the main game and gained mad skillz.

Bronze is from 50.01% to 90.00%. If you cant get into the top 90 out of every 100 players to do a challenge then you probably can't finish the single player achievements anyway and probably aren't going for this one.

A Diamond cup is worth 50 points; Gold is worth 10; Silver is 5; and Bronze is a whopping 1 point.

There are two daily challenges each day and two weeklies, for a total of 16 challenges a week. So the max points per week is as follows:

Diamond every challenge: 50 x 16 = 800 ppw (points per week) or 2.27 weeks of doing every challenge

Gold every challenge: 10 x 16 = 160ppw or 11.35 weeks of doing every challenge

Silver every challenge: 5 x 16 = 80ppw or 22.7 weeks of doing every challenge

Bronze every challenge: 1 x 16 = 16ppw or 113.5 weeks of doing every challenge (that is just over 2 years!).

A more realistic goal for most gamers will be getting Gold on most challenges, with maybe 2 or 3 diamond cups on a "Go as far as you can" weekly as these are easier to get diamonds on since you have a week to keep practicing and memorizing the obstacles, with a handful of silver medals on the occassional daily challenge you just cant seem to nail down.

Assuming you gold everything, with 4 diamond cups total by the time you are done and 3 silver cups a week on a harder daily challenge or two, you're looking at still finishing the game right around the same time frame as doing all gold medals, or 11.5 weeks-ish.

If you do all golds, no diamonds, and three silvers a week it only stretches it to 12.52 weeks to finish. What does that mean? Don't stress out and get carpal tunnel trying to get diamonds. Just try to get solidly in gold territory and finish the game around the 12 to 13 week time frame.

Lastly, there are various types of challenges:

Get them quickly! - If this shows up as the Regular daily or weekly it is your best chance for a Diamond because you can bring in a co op buddy (local only). Having two players grabbing lums is much faster than solo, although its pretty cheap. The goal is to meet a specified lum total as fast as you can. You cannot bring a buddy into the Extreme daily or Extreme weekly, however.

Get there quickly! - This is your basic speed run. Either fall down the infinite pit, climb the infinite tower, smash through the dojo, or sprint through a horizontal level as fast as you can.

Go as far as you can! - whether pit, tower, dojo, or horizontal you just have to go as far as you can without dying. The horizontal and tower versions have a death wall that chases behind you, but it seems to stall for a second if you do. Just don't stop too long. The dojo version of this is "as many as you can" where you keep going from one room to the next smashing plates and balloons to get lums. The rooms get progessively trickier, to an extent, but the basic layout repeats often so you can get pretty good at this one.

I suggest looking at youtube video tutorials on how to gain a lot of speed for the speedrun challenges, because these are by far the hardest to get gold on. Good luck!
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