Training Room Upgrade Materials List in DBZ Kakarot - Tough Enough

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Training Room is a location where you can hone your skills, and you can upgrade and modify the Training Room in order to access higher-level challenges, which requires a lot of money and various materials. There’s even an achievement for beating the highest level of Training, called Tough Enough. With all that out of the way, welcome to our Training Room Upgrade Materials List in DBZ Kakarot – Tough Enough guide, in which we’ll show you how to modify and upgrade the Training Room, as well as how to get the Tough Enough trophy / achievement.

Training Room Upgrade Materials List in DBZ Kakarot Tough Enough
Training Room Upgrade Materials List in DBZ Kakarot – Tough Enough

How to Modify & Upgrade Training Room in DBZ Kakarot – Materials List

To modify and upgrade the Training Room in DBZ Kakarot, you’ll need a ton of money and materials, some of which are gonna be rare. So, you can count on grinding and/or making a lot of wishes from Shenron. Talk to the researcher lady in Capsule Corporation and select Modify to see what you need and how far you have to go. We’re gonna list all the materials now, as well as where you can farm some of them.

  • Level 2
    • Zeni x4500
    • D Medal x5
    • Sturdy Bolt S x1
    • Refined Iron x1 (you can get Refined Iron in Gizard Wasteland Mineral Deposits – save and reload until it drops)
  • Level 3
    • Zeni x15500
    • D Medal x10
    • Gear Bearing S x1
    • Steel Nut S x1
    • Refined Iron x1
  • Level 4
    • Zeni x25000
    • D Medal x10
    • Sturdy Bolt L x1
    • Sturdy Bolt Z x1
    • Refined Silver x1 (you can get Refined Silver like Refined Iron, in Gizard Wasteland Mineral Deposits – save and reload until it drops)
  • Level 5
    • Zeni x35000
    • D Medal x15
    • Gear Bearing L x1
    • Gear Bearing Z x1
    • Refined Silver x1
  • Level 6
    • Zeni x55000
    • D Medal x15
    • Steel Nut L x1 (purchase it from Satan City development merchant)
    • Steel Nut Z x1 (west of the training grounds in Lucca Village, look for an NPC screaming about Steel Nut Z)
    • Refined Silver x1
  • Level 7
    • Zeni x65000
    • D Medal x20
    • White Meteorite x1 (purchase it from Satan City development merchant)
    • Refined Gold x1 (you can get Refined Gold in Sacred Land of Korin Mineral Deposits – save and reload until it drops)
  • Level 8
    • Zeni x80000
    • D Medal x20
    • Black Meteorite x1 (purchase it from Satan City development merchant)
    • Refined Gold x1
  • Level 9
    • Zeni x95000
    • D Medal x25
    • White Meteorite x1
    • Black Meteorite x1
    • Refined Gold x1
  • Level 10
    • Zeni x125000
    • D Medal x30
    • White Meteorite x2
    • Black Meteorite x2
    • Refined Gold x1

Now, you might be wondering, why do I have to do all of this stuff? Well, because upgrading the Training Room unlocks further Training levels. Not Special Training with Bonyu, I mean the “regular” training. Plus, there’s the Tough Enough trophy / achievement to look forward to. Which brings us to our next point.

How to Get Tough Enough Trophy / Achievement in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot?

To get the Tough Enough achievement / trophy in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, you first have to upgrade the Training Room all the way to level 10, as explained above. Yes, it is going to take an excruciating amount of time, but oh well. Once you do manage to pull it off, the next step is to complete the tenth and most difficult level of Training (again, not Special Training, the regular one). You don’t have to complete any of the previous ones. Just the last one will do.

That, of course, does not mean that the task will be easy. In fact, if you haven’t completed all the other stages of Training, you might have some issues finishing the last one. Plus, you can get some nice rewards for doing them. However, if you only care about the trophy, then this is the “fast track” to do so. Good luck!

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