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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Trophy Guide

Your ultimate map across the galaxy!

Trophy Roadmap:

Difficulty: 3 – 4/10
Estimated time to platinum/100%: 65 – 80 hours (Mainly cleanup, it can be more time)
Missable trophies: None (Level Select, and open world)
Glitched trophies: None known at this time
Difficulty related: None
Playthrough: 1 (Level select to clean up missions)

Introduction:

Welcome to the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Trophy Guide!
Strong the Force is, Training need you. Enter into the Legacy of the Skywalkers starting with Anakan, a young boy enslaved on Tatooine soon to be trained to be a Jedi of the Republic, in the Clone Wars Era. Continue the tale of the Skywalkers with Luke, a Moisture Farmer on Tatooine until the Imperial Empire destroys the life he knew, being set on the path of the Jedi he alone must face the dark lord of the Sith. Conclude the story with Ray, a scavenger on Jakku who gets pulled into the battle for the universe, trained by Luke and wielding dark power she must end the Jedi and Sith cycle.

Roadmap:

Step 1: Story
Within this section, you will aim to complete all 9 chapters of the Skywalker tale. It is highly recommended to start on Episode 1 and work your way through in Chronological Order to the conclusion, but it is a personal choice, this guide will assume you are going in Chronological Order. There are also a few random trophies that you will more than likely obtain throughout your first playthrough.

You’ll be earning these trophies:
The Phantom Menace
Attack of the Clones
Revenge of the Sith
A New Hope
The Empire Stricks Back
Return of the Jedi
The Force Awakens
The Last Jedi
The Rise of Skywalker
”You think you’re some kind of Jedi?”
”You think you’re some kind of Jedi?”
”Impressive, most impressive”
”A fine addition to my collection”
”Raw, untamed power”
”You guys got yourself a ship!”
”Get the crews to their fighters”
”Aggressive Negotiations”
”And who gave you permission…?”
”I don’t like you either!”
”I can fly anything”
”It’s true… all of it’

Step 2: Addressing Missions
This stage will set you back into the levels and have you cleaning up what you have missed out on, such as True Jedi, Minikits, and Challenges. This should be attempted once you have at least one of each class, this will mean that you are able to do just about everything in levels.

During this step you’ll earn these trophies:
”A little short for a Stormtrooper…”
”Now I am the Master”
”No more training, do you require”
”You needn’t worry about your reward”

Step 3: Clean up the Galaxy, you must!
Our final task will be to clean up the Galaxy of all the missing things and obtain all the location-based trophies and little things around all the worlds. This is kept for the final stage as it is the biggest part of the game, you will need to travel to all worlds and even planet jump to another planet just to continue or finish a quest sometimes. It is more important that you abuse the Datapad, and get rumours when working on this stage, they make the cleanup go that little faster. It is highly advised to utilise the marker system in the map also because the planets are so big, you might find yourself getting lost in the open world, but with the markers you can easily find where to go next and locate paths to your next target.

During this step you’ll earn the following trophies:
The Arkanis Sector
Greater Javin
New Territories
Rishi Maze
The Interior
The Slice
Trailing Sectors
Unknown Regions
Western Reaches
”The fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy”
”Do or do not. There is no try”
”Jedi Business”
”I’ve never seen a real one!”
”A little short for a Stormtrooper…”
”Power! Unlimited power!”
”What have you done with those plans?”
”Hello there!”
”Only one business in the Galaxy…”
”Hey, what are you trying to push on us?”
”GONK!”
”You may fire when ready”
”See you around, kid”
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….

Tips and Strategies:

There are plenty of things that could be included in this section, however, the best things will be included in bullet points below. As for other things that are not covered in the below section it is advised to refer to the related trophy.

  • Try playing in Chronological Order
  • Don’t waste your time trying to clean a location out when you first go there, chances are you will need a character you don’t have yet.
  • Try to focus your Datacards on getting the Multipliers first, these will help you later on
  • Don’t worry about collecting everything in Story Mode.
  • You can place custom Markers by holding the Square Button when hovering over something on the map
  • Unlike your typical LEGO game, this one has altered the way that the Life system works. Instead of it cluttering the HUD now it hovers over the character and is no longer Hearts.
  • Blater Battlers have returned, however, they have been made more fluid rather than the minigame they were in LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens
  • You can buy or find Rumors around the galaxy to help in locating Kyber Bricks, completing Challenges and other things in the game.
  • For the completing events on Planets trophies, you only need to complete everything ON the planet, Space around it does NOT count!
  • It will take a total of 316 Kyber Bricks for all Core Upgrades. These are arguably the first ones you will want to get, as they work over every class.
  • When you start the game you can only pick from Episodes 1, 4, and 7. Until you have completed one of these you can not work on the next Episode in sequence.
  • Money is probably your most valuable resource, you can use it to buy the rumours, characters, and fighters to help you complete almost everything the game has to offer
  • There is a Fall Rescue and Auto Health Recovery in the Gameplay Options under the Setting Menu
  • If you are playing as a Bounty Hunter in Space you will be attacked, be warned!
  • You can change the character when you are in your spaceship, even change your ship.

Trophy Guide:

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….
Collect all trophies

Completed all trophies, you have!

The Phantom Menace
Complete ”Episode I – The Phantom Menace”

Story

Complete the First Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • A Bigger Fish
  • The Boonta Eva Classic
  • Better Call Maul
  • Outmanned But Not Out-Gungan-ed
  • Now This is Podracing
Attack of the Clones
Complete ”Episode II – Attack of the Clones”

Story

Complete the Second Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • A Wrestle with Wesell
  • The Hunt for Jango
  • Droid Factory Frenzy
  • Petranaki Panic
  • The Battle of the Jedi
Revenge of the Sith
Complete ”Episode III – Revenge of the Sith”

Story

Complete the Third Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • Out for the Count
  • so Uncivilised
  • Droid Attack on the Wookiees
  • Senate Showdown
  • The High Ground
A New Hope
Complete ”Episode IV – A New Hope”

Story

Complete the Fourth Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • Boarding Party
  • Hunk of Junk
  • Best Leia’d Plans
  • This is Some Rescue
  • Stay on Target
The Empire Strikes Back
Complete ”Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back”

Story

Complete the Fifth Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • Hoth and Cold
  • Assault on Echo Base
  • Never Tell Me the Odds
  • Hibernation Station
  • Revelations!
Return of the Jedi
Complete ”Episode VI – Return of the Jedi”

Story

Complete the Sixth Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • A Plan to Save Han
  • The Copa-Khetanna
  • Endor the Line
  • The Chewbacca Defence
  • Fulfil Your Destiny
The Force Awakens
Complete ”Episode VII – The Force Awakens”

Story

Complete the Seventh Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • First Order of Business
  • Low Flying Garbage
  • Reap What You Solo
  • Starkiller Queen
  • Destroying Starkiller
The Last Jedi
Complete ”Episode VIII – The Last Jedi”

Story

Complete the Eighth Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • Dameron’s Defiance
  • Master Codebreak-Out
  • No Smoke Without Fire
  • Chrome Dome Down
  • Ground A-Sult
The Rise of Skywalker
Complete ”Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker”

Story

Complete the Ninth Episode of the Skywalker Saga, which contains 5 Missions to complete in between story events which are:

  • A Skip and a Jump
  • They Fly Now!
  • C-3P-Oh no!
  • The Strength to Do it
  • Be With Me
”It’s true… all of it”
Complete The Skywalker Saga

Story

Simply complete all 9 episodes of the Skywalker Saga and claim your shiny gold trophy, the trophies you will gain along the way are:

  • The Phantom Menace
  • Attack of the Clones
  • Revenge of the Sith
  • A New Hope
  • The Empire Stricks Back
  • Return of the Jedi
  • The Force Awakens
  • The Last Jedi
  • The Rise of Skywalker

Provided you have completed these episodes and gained the trophies you should have completed the Skywalker Saga.

The Arkanis Sector
Complete all events on Geonosis and Tatooine

These 2 planets are located in the Arkanis Sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Geonosis will be available from the end of Episode 2: The Attack of the Cones, whereas Tatooine you will need to play Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, and Episode 4: A New Hope. This will give you full access to both planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Geonosis (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Character

Geonosis (Stalgasin Hive):

  • 25 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 2 Fighters
  • 3 Characters

Tatooine (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks

Tatooine (Jundland Wastes):

  • 34 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 15 Characters

Tatooine (Mos Espa):

  • 33 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 3 Characters

Tatooine (Mos Eisley):

  • 33 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 2 Fighters
  • 7 Characters
Greater Javin
Complete all events on Bespin, Crait and Hoth

These 3 planets are located in the Greater Javin sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Bespin will be available from the end of Episode 6: The Empire Strikes Back, at the start of Episode 6 you will unlock Hoth. Whereas for Crait you will need to play the end of Episode 8: The Last Jedi. This will give you full access to all planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Hoth (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Hoth (Echo Base):

  • 30 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 6 Characters

Bespin (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks

Bespin (Cloud City):

  • 23 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 3 Fighters
  • 5 Characters

Crait (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Crait (Crait Outpost):

  • 20 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 2 Fighters
  • 3 Character
New Territories
Complete all events on Cantonica, Yavin 4 and Ajan Kloss

These 3 planets are located in the New Territories sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Yavin 4 will be available from the end of Episode 4: A New Hope, whereas Cantonica you will need to play Episode 8: The Last Jedi. Ajan Kloss will be unlocked once you have played the start of Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker. This will give you full access to all planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Yavin 4 (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks

Yavin 4 (Great Temple):

  • 26 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 3 Fighters
  • 5 Character

Cantonica (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Cantonica (Canto Bight):

  • 35 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 4 Characters

Ajan Kloss (Space):

  • 6 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Character

Ajan Kloss (Resistance Camp):

  • 17 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Fighters
  • 7 Characters
Rishi Maze
Complete all events on Kamino

This planet is located in its own sector known as the Rishi Maze sector and unlocked at the midpoint of Episode 2: The Attack of the Cones. This will give you full access to Kamino, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Kamino (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Kamino (Tipoca City):

  • 15 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Fighter
  • 5 Characters
The Interior
Complete all events on Coruscant, Jakku and Takodana

These 3 planets are located in the Interior sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Coruscant will be available from the midpoint of Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, you will also need to play through Episode 2: The Attack of the Cones, and up to the midpoint in Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith. Whereas Jakku, and Takodana you will need to play Episode 7: The Force Awakens. This will give you full access to all planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Coruscant (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks

Coruscant (Federal District):

  • 38 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 3 Fighters
  • 10 Characters

Coruscant (Uscru District):

  • 29 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 6 Characters

Jakku (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Character

Jakku (Niima Outpost):

  • 27 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 4 Characters

Jakku (Tuanul Village):

  • 15 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Fighter
  • 3 Characters

Takodana (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Character

Takodana (Maz’s Castle):

  • 29 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 2 Fighters
  • 6 Characters
The Slice
Complete all events on Kashyyyk and Kijimi

These 2 planets are located in the Slice sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Kashyyyk will be available from the midpoint of Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith, whereas Kijimi you will need to play Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker, It should be noted also that Kijimi has nothing to do with it, so you will only need to complete things on Kashyyyk. This will give you full access to both planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Kashyyyk (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Character

Kashyyyk (Kachirho):

  • 26 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 2 Characters

Kijimi (Space):

  • Nothing
Trailing Sectors
Complete all events on D’Qar, Naboo and Pasaana

These 3 planets are located in the Trailing Sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Naboo will be available from the end of Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, whereas D’Qar will need you to play to nearly the end of Episode 7: The Force Awakens. Pasaana is unlocked during Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker at a midpoint. This will give you full access to all planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Naboo (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks

Naboo (Lake Paonga):

  • 22 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Fighter
  • 2 Characters

Naboo (Theed):

  • 31 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Fighters
  • 6 Characters

D’Qar (Space):

  • 6 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Character

D’Qar (Resistance Base):

  • 19 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Fighter
  • 4 Character

Pasaana (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Pasaana (Forbidden Valley):

  • 28 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Fighters
  • 3 Characters
Unknown Regions
Complete all events on Ahch-To, Endor, Kef Bir and Exegol

These 4 planets are located in the Unknown Regions sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Endor will be available from the end of Episode 6: Return of the Jedi, whereas Ahch-To you will need to play through Episode 7: The Force Awakens. As for Kef Bir and Exegol you will want to complete Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker. This will give you full access to all planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Endor (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Character

Endor (Ewok Village):

  • 35 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 2 Fighters
  • 4 Characters

Ahch-To (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks

Ahch-To (Temple Island):

  • 21 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Kef Bir (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Kef Bir (Crash Site):

  • 23 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 5 Characters

Exegol (space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Exegol (Sith Citadel):

  • 21 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 2 Fighters
  • 6 Characters
Western Reaches
Complete all events on Dagobah, Mustafar, Utapau

These 3 planets are located in the Western Reaches sector and unlocked at different increments in the story. Utapau will be available from the midpoint of Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith, whereas Mustafar you will need to complete Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith. As for Dagobah you will need to play partway through Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back, and Episode 6: Return of the Jedi. This will give you full access to all planets, however, you will still need the characters to complete objectives, below you can find what is at the locations.

Utapau (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks

Utapau (Pau City):

  • 25 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Fighter
  • 1 Character

Mustafar (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 2 Characters

Mustafar (Mining Complex):

  • 23 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 2 Fighters
  • 2 Characters

Dagobah (Space):

  • 5 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Character

Dagobah (Dragonsnake Bog):

  • 15 Kyber Bricks
  • 1 Datacard
  • 1 Fighter
  • 2 Characters
”You think you’re some kind of Jedi?”
Achieve True Jedi in a single level

Refer to Now I Am the Master for more information.

”Now I am the Master”
Achieve True Jedi in every level

Unlike previous releases in the LEGO Universe, The Skywalker Saga has 3 separate conditions to meet to get True Jedi, this will naturally reward you 3 times, which are 3 Kyber Bricks. Honestly, you shouldn’t have any trouble achieving this once you have gained a few of the Stud Multiplier. Below is an image showing the new True Jedi bar.

”Impressive, most impressive”
Complete all ‘Level Challenges’ in a single level

Refer to No more training, do you require for more information.

”No more training, do you require”
Complete all ‘Level Challenges’

Each of the 5 missions per Episode has 3 mission challenges to attempt and complete, some are simple and you will complete without thinking about them, others you may need some assistance. To assist there is a list of them below specifying the Name, and Mission you can achieve it, for the sake of ease there is not going to be a breakdown of strategy or how to get it, as the game does a pretty good job of providing that information for you. You can, and is highly recommended to, buy the rumour which will cost you 30,000 Studs per rumour. With this information, you will know what to do, however, if you have bought the Scoundrel’s Business Opportunist upgrade, and fully upgraded it you will receive a 50% discount on rumours.

Episode 1: The Phantom Menace

  • A Bigger Fish
    • 1) Dis is Nutsen
    • 2) Dodge Every-fin
    • 3) Colo Snore Fish
  • The Boonta Eve Classic
    • Eat My Exhaust!
    • It’s SKYWALKER!
    • Take Over
  • Better Call Maul
    • Complete Maul-ing
    • Forced Out
    • Odds Stacked in Your Favour
  • Outmanned But Not Out-Gungan-ed
    • Booma Shakalaka!
    • Don’t Lose Your Head!
    • Ouch Time!
  • Now This Is Podracing
    • Prodigy
    • Spinning… That’s a Good Trick!
    • Yippeee!

Episode 2: Attack of the Clones

  • A Wrestle with Wesell
    • Jedi Need insurance
    • Best Pilot in the Galaxy
    • This is a Shortcut
  • The Hunt for Jango
    • Do an Aileron Roll!
    • Charged up
    • Flying is for Droids
  • Droid Factory Frenzy
    • No Hanging Around
    • Mind Control Drone
    • Zipping Past Danger
  • Petranaki Panic
    • In Their Heads!
    • Rumble in the Arena
    • Re-gifted
  • The Battle of the Jedi
    • The Dark Side
    • Bug Zapper
    • Forcing Them Out

Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith

  • Out for the Count
    • Beep Boop Backup
    • Civil War
    • Wet Floor!
  • so Uncivilised
    • Attack of the Droids
    • Sneak Attack
    • Very Uncivilised
  • Droid Attack on the Wookiees
    • Force Influence
    • Frequent Flyer
    • Kashyyyk-a-boo!
  • Senate Showdown
    • Dazzling Display
    • Heads Up
    • Return to Senator
  • The High Ground
    • Let Him Eat Cake!
    • Sneaking in
    • Wilder Awareness

Episode 4: A New Hope

  • Boarding Party
    • Sometimes I Amaze Myself
    • I Suggest a New Strategy
    • Vacuumed Up!
  • Hunk of Junk
    • Absolute Scoundrel!
    • Don’t Get Cocky!
    • Chewie, Get Us Out of Here!
  • Best Leia’d Plans
    • Boring Conversation Anyway
    • Slight Weapons Malfunction
    • Your Weapon, You Will Not Need it
  • This is Some Rescue
    • Bullseye
    • For Luck
    • Special Edition
  • Stay on Target
    • Clever Flying
    • Hope That’s Insured
    • That’s Not Going to Buff Out…

Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back

  • Hoth and Cold
    • Avoid the Droid!
    • Not a Probe-lem
    • Stylish Way Down
  • Assault on Echo Base
    • AT-ATrick
    • Show Off!
    • Rogue Squadron, Form Up!
  • Never Tell Me the Odds
    • Asteroid Evasion
    • Proton Power
    • Take Evasive Action!
  • Hibernation Station
    • You want to make that move?
    • Hello, What Have We Here?
    • Surprise!
  • Revelations!
    • Force Feedback
    • Most Impressive
    • Ugnaught-y

Episode 6: The Return of the Jedi

  • A Plan to Save Han
    • Don’t Blow Our Cover
    • Learn the Droids’ Fate
    • Rancor-cussion
  • The Copa-Khetanna
    • Boba Fett? No Sweat!
    • How Do You Like It?
    • Trick Shot
  • Endor the Line
    • Dodge This!
    • In-Fighting
    • No Safe Place
  • The Chewbacca Defence
    • Ewok and Roll
    • Helmet Drum Collection
    • Sweep the Legs
  • Fulfil Your Destiny
    • I Will Not Fight You, Father
    • Let the Hate Flow Through You
    • There is No Conflict

Episode 7: The Force Awakens

  • First Order of Business
    • Hazardous Work Environment
    • Party Time!
    • Sneaking Mission
  • Low Flying Garbage
    • Getting Pretty Good at This
    • How Low Can You Go?
    • Not So Easy WIthout a Co-Pilot
  • Reap What You Solo
    • The High Ground
    • Rathtar Ruse
    • Turret Takeover
  • Starkiller Queen
    • Ray’s Escape
    • Rug Pull
    • Snowed in
  • Destroying Starkiller
    • Heck of a Pilot!
    • Snow Joke
    • Keeping a Cool Head

Episode 8: The Last Jedi

  • Dameron’s Defiance
    • Ace Pilot
    • How’s My Shooting?
    • Return to Sender
  • Master Codebreak-Out
    • Isn’t it Ironic?
    • Prison Break
    • Guards Down
  • No Snoke Without Fire
    • You’re Embarrassing Me!
    • Supreme Loser
    • Total Destruction
  • Chrome Dome Down
    • Heads Up, Chrome Dome!
    • Phasma-tastic!
    • Trouble Underfoot
  • Ground A-Sult
    • I Can Dig it!
    • Knock-knock!
    • Tight Squeeze

Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker

  • A Skip and a Jump
    • Lock Off
    • Here Comes the Boom!
    • Poe-etic Flying
  • They Fly Now!
    • When Treadspeeders Fly!
    • Never Underestimate a Droid
    • Teamwork!
  • C-3P-Oh no!
    • Be Ray-ly Quiet
    • New Orders
    • Right in the Eye
  • The Strength to Do it
    • Shocking!
    • Dark Lord of the Surf
    • Golden Opportunity
  • Be With Me
    • Explo-Sith
    • Incoming
    • Shrug

Once you have completed all these you should obtain the trophy.

”A fine addition to my collection”
Collect all Minikits in a single level

Refer to You needn’t worry about your reward for more information.

”You needn’t worry about your reward”
Collect all Minikits

Unlike your traditional releases of the LEGO games, this one only holds 5 Minikits in each level and collecting them all will grant you the Mini Ship. This isn’t too hard if you purchase the Secrets Detector in the upgrades Core menu. Simply collect all 225 available over the 45 missions and you will gain the trophy, below is an image of the minikits to help you.

”Raw, untamed power”
Fully upgrade a character class

Refer to “Power: Unlimited power!” for more information.

”Power! Unlimited power!”
Fully upgrade all of the character classes

There are 9 character classes in the game and all of them can be upgraded with Kyber Bricks and Studs. Below is a list of all of them:

  • Jedi
  • Hero
  • Scavenger
  • Scoundrel
  • Bounty Hunter
  • Villain
  • Dark Side
  • Astromech Droid
  • Protocol Droid

There is an image below to highlight this better, which will also show the logo of the class. Simply collect enough Kyber bricks to perform an upgrade, and make sure you have enough Studs, then just gain the upgrade you would like.

”What have you done with those plans?”
Collect every datacard

Datacards are what you might be familiar with in the other LEGO Games as Red Bricks, there is a total of 19 to find scattered across the galaxy. Some are easy to find when you play Story Mode and others will need you to return in Freeplay to collect them, below you can find a list of the locations that have a Datacard.

  • Tatooine (Jundland Wastes)
  • Tatooine (Mos Espa)
  • Tatooine (Mos Eisley)
  • Coruscant (Federal District)
  • Coruscant (Uscru District)
  • Geonosis (Stalgasin Hive)
  • Kashyyyk (Kachirho)
  • Mustafar (Mining Complex)
  • Yavin 4 (Great Temple)
  • Hoth (Echo Base)
  • Dagobah (Dragonsnake Bog)
  • Bespin (Cloud City)
  • Endor (Ewok Village)
  • Jakku (Niima Outpost)
  • Takodana (Maz’s Castle)
  • Cantonica (Canto Bight)
  • Crait (Crait Outpost)
  • Kef Bir (Crash Site)
  • Exegol (Sith Citadel)

These are the chronological order of the planets you will visit if you follow through from Episode 1 until Episode 9. below is an image of a Datacard, to help you know what you are looking for.

”You may fire when ready”
Collect 1000 Kyber Bricks

Refer to “See you around, kid” for more information.

”Hello there!”
Collect all characters

Refer to “See you around, kid” for more information.

”See you around, kid”
Complete all of the events in the Galaxy

For this trophy, you pretty much have to complete everything in the game. Since Events are linked to planets or the space outside of them you will need to do everything possible in a location. You should utilise the Rumours System for everything that you are unsure about, and don’t forget that to unlock some things you need to complete other planets or objectives on other planets. On your way to this trophy you should obtain the below ones:

  • The Arkanis Sector
  • Greater Javin
  • New Territories
  • Rishi Maze
  • The Interior
  • The Slice
  • Trailing Sectors
  • Unknown Regions
  • Western Reaches
  • “Now I am the Master”
  • “No more training, do you require”
  • “You needn’t worry about your reward”
  • “What have you done with those plans?”
  • “You may fire when ready”
  • “Hello there!”
  • “The fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy”
  • “Do or do not. There is no try”
  • “Hey, what are you trying to push on us?”
  • “GONK!”

The above trophies all relate to something that you need to achieve on planets around the galaxy and will help you in getting all events in the Galaxy. Some Mission related ones are added in as they relate to the open-world also. All you will need to do is complete everything in the Open-world mission-related, are not needed.

”The fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy”
Complete all races in the Galaxy

Please refer to the individual sector-related trophies listed below, or ”See you around, kid”.

  • The Arkanis Sector
  • Greater Javin
  • New Territories
  • Rishi Maze
  • The Interior
  • The Slice
  • Trailing Sectors
  • Unknown Regions
  • Western Reaches

While you are clearing out the different sectors and quests to do in them you will work on the races. Remember that some of the races are in the Space location, found above the planet. They can be tracked in the Datapad under the trails tab if you wanted to aim just for them, there are 38 tracked in this category, however, not all are races. You will need to complete all in this category for the “See you around, kid” anyway, so it is best not to be picky.

”Do or do not. There is no try”
Complete all Galaxy Challenges

There are 10 Challenges to be completed across the galaxy, all of which you can buy or find the rumour for to learn how to do. For convenient sake a list has been provided below:

  • Frosty Rebels
    • Rescue frozen rebels in Echo Base (10  in total)
  • Rebel Net Work
    • Rescue trapped rebels from nets in Ewok Village (5 in total)
  • Porg Patrol
    • Rescue displaced Porgs found across the galaxy (20 in total, 1 in each land location)
  • Mouse Droid Hunt
    • Destroy helmet-wearing Mouse Droids found across the galaxy (20 in total, 2 on each land location)
  • Dance in the cantina
    • Make 5 Patrons in the Cantina dance at once (5 in total in the Cantina in Tatooine)
  • Space Chaser
    • Destroy Golden Ships found in Space across the galaxy (10 in total)
  • The Anti-Trooper
    • Complete every Shooting Gallery in the galaxy (12 in total)
  • Where’s the Wookiee?
    • Speak to the Wandering Wookiee found in locations across the galaxy (33 in total)
  • Reptile Revealer
    • Find all Zymods in the Ajan Kloss Resistance Base (10 in total)
  • Contingency Curioso
    • Read all the Contingency Plaques in the Exegol Sith Citadel (10 in total)

Some of these are easy whereas some are hard, just keep your eyes open as you progress across the galaxy, clearing out planets.

”Jedi Business”
Use Jedi Mind Tricks to make 5 people fight simultaneously in the Cantina

Once you have completed the Request to Baba, after he has got a new arm, you will be able to enter the Cantina in Mos Eisley on Tatooine and participate in a brawl or initiate one. This must be done as a Force User! Holding Triangle when you see the mist around an enemy’s head you will be able to use the force on them, the option you will want to use is Panic which will make the character pull out a blaster and shoot at people in the cantina. To get the trophy you will need to do this to 5 enemies and make sure they are fighting simultaneously, there is a video below to help with this.

”I’ve never seen a real one!”
Ride all creatures throughout the Galaxy

Throughout your travels, in the galaxy, you will encounter a multitude of lifeforms that you can ride. The best way to tackle this trophy is to ride any new ones when you meet them. There is a total of 10 creatures that you need to ride in order to get this trophy, below you can find a list with images of the creatures and where to find them.

  • Kaadu
    • Naboo (Lake Paonga/ Story level: Outmanned But Not OutGungan-ed)

  • Bantha
    • Tatooine (Commonly found all over)

  • Dewback
    • Tatooine (Mos Eisley)

  • Ronto
    • Tatooine (Mos Eisley)

  • Orray
    • Geonosis (Story Level: Petranaki Panic)

  • Reek
    • Geonosis (Story Level: Petranaki Panic)

  • Tauntaun
    • Hoth (All over Echo Base/ Story Level: Hoth and Cold)

  • Luggabeast
    • Jakku (All over after completing the world mission: Luggabeast of Burden, which is located in the Tuanul Village on Jakku.)

  • Fathier
    • Catonica (Canto Bight)

  • Orbak
    • Kef Bir (All over after completing the world mission: Untitled Orbak Game, which is located in the Crash Site.

Upon riding all 10 of the creatures you will gain the trophy.

”You guys got yourself a ship!”
Earn 17,000 studs

Refer to Only one business in the Galaxy for more information.

”Only one business in the Galaxy…”
Earn 10,000,000,000 studs

Like always Studs are the currency in the games Obtaining the 17,000 shouldn’t pose too much of a problem, this is the one that you will want to focus your efforts on getting the Datacards for. Once you have 1 and enough studs start hitting off these Multipliers to increase your wealth, this will help get you the True Jedi in all missions as well, If you can manage to get the 6x, 8x, and another you should be set for the rest of the game able to get the True Jedi’s and be well on your way to the Only one business in the Galaxy”.

”Get the crews to their fighters”
Destroy 100 TIE fighters

Tie Fighters are part of the Imperial Era of the Star Wars universe and are available during episodes 4 and 6. There are a good few chances to shoot down some imperials through the story, and if you still need some after that then try Stay On Target, or Never Tell Me the Odds. There are also Space Battles over Rebellion Era planets like Hoth, Yavin 4, and Endor that you could participate in, in order to net you a few Tie Fighters.

”Aggressive Negotiations”
Defeat 3 enemies at the same time with an explosion

This is surprisingly easy in Episode 4: A New Hope. When you are escaping the Death Star you will be attacked down some corridors as either Han and Chewbacca or Luke and Leia, in one of these many encounters look to see if there is a red barrel near where the enemies will run and if there is shoot it. If your timing is correct you should hit 3 of the enemies with the explosion and gain this trophy in the process.

”And who gave you permission…?”
Shoot helmets off 50 enemies

If you are playing in Chronological Order like the guide recommends you will be able to obtain this as early as Episode 3 when you fight Clone Troopers. These will be the first to have Helmets, unfortunately, you will need a character with a blaster. Once you do just simply aim at the head or a little above and shoot, the helmet should pop off and you will achieve 1 helmet shot towards your target of 50.

”A little short for a Stormtrooper…”
Create 25 disguises as a Hero character

Disguises are introduced in Episode 4: A New Hope as an alternative to fighting. You will need to play as a hero character like Luke or Poe who can be equipt with either Stormtrooper or First Order armour. Unfortunately, there are not enough opportunities within the campaign to obtain this. Fortunately, there is a way to farm this, and a place to. If you head to Tatooine (Mos Eisley) there is a hanger next to where the landing platform is, which is swarming with Stormtroopers, simply kill them till they drop all 3 components you need. Below is an image showing the location on the map and an image showing the 3 pieces you need.

Above is the location that you will need to visit in order to farm this, below are the 3 pieces of the trooper armour you need to wear in order to blend as a Stormtrooper.

These 3 pieces are:

  • Helmet
  • Body Armour
  • Leg Armour

When you have all 3 you should see that there is an image next to the map like the one highlighted below. This indicates that you are blended.

Now that you have blended yourself once you need to do it 24 more times, there is a simple way which is to switch to one of your unused characters, preferably not a hero class. This will un-equip all the armour dropping it on the floor, now all you need to do is switch back to your hero and re-equipt it. This should take around 20 minutes to get you the trophy.

”I don’t like you either!”
Achieve a combat multiplier score of 30

This trophy is very misleading. It states that you need a combat Multiplier of 30, in actual fact, it’s a Hit Combo of 30. This is the little number at the bottom of the multiplier bar on the right side, you shouldn’t have any trouble against a boss using a lightsaber like Maul, Vader or Anikan. Below is an image to illustrate this.

Going from the top down there is:

  • Stud Multiplier (Hit Dependent)
  • Hits
  • Bar down the side is a timer
  • The 36 at the bottom is the Combat Multiplier that you need to get to 30
”Hey, what are you trying to push on us?”
Complete all the Jawa’s ”Faulty Droid” missions on Tatooine

To do this, you must first have completed a few conditions, which are listed below:

  • Completed “Dodginess Manifest” in “Jakku – Tuanul Village”
  • Completed “Dodgy Dwellings” in “Jakku – Tuanul Village”
  • Progressed further in “Episode VII – The Force Awakens”
  • Travel to Cantonica – Canto Bight
  • Travel to Jakku – Tuanul Village
  • Travel to Mustafar – Mining Complex
  • Travel to Takodana – Maz’s Castle
  • Travel to Tatooine – Jundland Wastes

Upon the successful completion of these, you will be able to undertake the Probes and Cons mission on Tatooine in the Jundland Wastes. This is the first of the Jawa’s Missions line on Tatooine and will continue the story of the droid salesman you had to case down before.

  • Missions, locations, and Droids
    • Probes and Cons
      • Tatooine (Jundland Wastes)
        • Imperial Probe Droid
    • Rodent Retrieval
      • Mustafar (Mining Complex)
        • Mouse Droid
    • That Droid is the Pits
      • Tatooine (Mos Espa)
        • Pit Droid
    • Protocol Recall
      • D’Qar (Resistance Base)
        • Red Protocol Droid
    • For OOM the Bell Tolls
      • Geonosis (Stalgsim Hive)
        • Battle Droid
    • Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark-Eye
      • Kashyyyk (Kachirho)
        • Sith Probe Droid
    • Droids Have Magnitude!
      • Utapau (Pau City)
        • MagnaGuard
    • Battle Droid Royale
      • Tatooine (Jundland Wastes)
        • All previous captured Droids
          • Imperial Probe Droid
          • Pit Droid
          • Red Protocol Droid
          • MagnaGuard
          • Mouse Droid
          • Battle Droid

Upon finishing the Battle Droid Royale mission you will have successfully completed the Jawa’s Faulty Droid Questline and, when you talk to the Jawa Chief, gained a trophy.

”GONK!”
Complete all the GNK droid escort missions

Gonk Droids are found all over the galaxy and unfortunately, they have missions for you. These missions are only the escort type mission, which are pretty easy to complete, for the most part, in total there are 8. They can be found in the Datapad as they all have the title of GONK to some degree. You can find a list below highlighting all of the missions that are a part of this:

  • Going, Going, Gonk!
    • Tatooine (Jundland Wastes)
  • Gonk-stores Paradise
    • Tatooine (Mos Eisley)
  • Gonk and Circumstance
    • Cantonica (Canto Bight)
  • Knights of Gonk
    • Exegol (Sith Citadel)
      • You will be sent to 3 locations for this:
        • Jakku (Niima Outpost)
        • Cantonica (Canto Bight)
        • Tatooine (Mos Espa)
  • For the Greater Gonk
    • Geonosis (Staigasin Hive)
  • Forest Gonk
    • Kashyyyk (Kachirho)
  • Gonkwards and Upwards
    • Kef Bir (Crash Site)
  • The Final Gonk
    • Mustafar (Space)

Once you have access to the final one, head over to complete it and claim your trophy. It should be noted that The Final Gonk mission will have you flying a fighter and, depending on the character you are playing as, you might have to manually lock-on to enemy fighters, this makes the fighter battle more difficult. It is highly recommended to pay attention to who you are playing as, in this mission in order to make it easier.

”I can fly anything”
Complete a flight level without dying

As hard as this sounds it is pretty easy and achievable on Now This is Podracing, located at the end of Episode 1. You should find it easy on any mission that makes you fly, just simply don’t crash and try to evade being shot at. Upon completion of the gameplay, you will be awarded the Trophy.

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