Overview:
- Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 45 [1000:1gs:]
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000:1gs:: 80-120 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 for story, 1 for Free Play, then free roaming
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No
- Do cheat codes disable achievements: No
- Achievement tracking: Only 3 - ''Get the crews to their fighters'' (20G), ''And who gave you permission...?'' (10G) and ''A little short for a Stormtrooper...'' (10G)
 
For questions, comments or feedback, please visit the Achievements and Guide Discussion thread.

Thanks to Thomas’ Trophy Tutorials, Trophygamers, packattack04082 and GameFAQs for their invaluable information.

Introduction:
“Play through all nine Star Wars saga films in a brand-new LEGO video game unlike any other. Experience fun-filled adventures, whimsical humor, and the freedom to fully immerse yourself in the LEGO Star Wars galaxy.

Want to play as a Jedi? A Sith? Rebel, bounty hunter, or droid? LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga features hundreds of playable characters from throughout the galaxy. Whether on land or in space, a variety of vehicles are yours to command. Jump to light speed in the Millennium Falcon, fly the T-47 Airspeeder and battle TIE fighters in Resistance X-wings… it's the ULTIMATE LEGO Star Wars experience.” - xbox.com

For XBA’s coverage of this game, including a review by Richard Walker, head to THIS LINK.

It has finally arrived! First announced in June of 2019 but with pre-production beginning as far back as 2017, the development of this game has gone through many trials and tribulations. The introduction of a new in-game engine and an unfortunate less-than-desired work environment had caused many delays, but the end result is one of the best LEGO games to date. This is not a rehash of previous Star Wars LEGO games but one that has been built entirely from the ground up, basically a reinterpretation of the entire saga, featuring all new levels, environments, combat, and characters.

The scope of this LEGO game is unlike any that came before it. While the core gameplay mechanics fundamentally remain the same, there are many more story levels, vast hub planets to explore, an overabundance of collectibles, and a brand new perspective in which you play. Gone is the diorama-style view, and in its place is an all new third-person over-the-shoulder perspective which brings the whole dynamic of the game. Many new elements were introduced, such as a cover system, aim assist, and a 360-degree rotating camera.

Unlike previous LEGO games, there is no character customization. The lack of online co-op is present in this game as it was in most other LEGO games. Despite that, it is hoped that you will find this game enjoyable and deserving of your time.

All LEGO games follow the same formula, and this one, while using a new in-game engine and perspective, is similar. First you play through the story then replay the levels in Free Play to get 100% in them before tackling the galaxy events one planet at a time. Utilizing this method will maximize your time and you will complete the game sooner. Or, you can shake things up and play in any order you like!

Note: In a mid-May 2022 update, four capital ships were added to the game, bringing the total to 9. As such, 34 more Kyber bricks were added, now making the total 1200 Kyber bricks.

Cheat Codes:
As with all previous LEGO games, there are cheat codes available for use. Best of all; they do not disable any achievements. At any point in the game, press :1menu:, select the ‘Enter Code’ option at the bottom of the screen then press :1a:. You can also access it by pressing :1page:, moving to the ‘Extras’ tab and pressing :1y:.

Refer to THIS POST for a list of cheat codes. 

Character Abilities:
There are 9 character classes and all are available to you by the time you complete the story. Each class has unique abilities that are needed to complete the various puzzles and missions in the game. While you’re free roaming around the galaxy, you can select any character you want, and if a specific class is needed, the game shows you on-screen. Chances are you are going to use the same character for each class most of the time, but there are alternates in case you want to mix things up. Refer to ''Power! Unlimited power!'' (20G)  for more information about classes.

Step 1 - Story Mode:
There are 5 story levels in each of the 9 episodes, so 45 levels in total. Because of the progression and gameplay between each level, each episode will take approximately two hours to complete (depending on play style), so you’re looking at roughly 18-20 hours to complete this step. You can start with any trilogy, however, you can only play the first episode; completing that episode unlocks the next, and so on.
 
While some collectibles will come naturally, don’t go out of your way for them as you cannot collect most of them through story mode anyway. Plus, you need certain character classes to access certain areas of a level that aren’t available to you in your first playthrough. Just sit back and enjoy the story.

Step 2 - Free Play:
Now is the time to replay the story levels, but this time in Free Play, which allows you to use any characters you want. As mentioned above, access to areas of a level, completing level challenges and collecting minikits require different character classes, so you are free to switch to whomever you need. It is suggested that you have also collected a couple of datacards from the planets and purchased the x2 and possibly the x4 stud multipliers as with those you will most certainly achieve True Jedi in every level.

There are no time constraints but some level challenges may only be completed at specific points in a level, so if you miss your opportunity, you need to replay the level again.

If you've already completed some level challenges or collected some minikits during your story playthrough, this step won’t take as long. As a bonus, once you’ve fulfilled everything in a level, you can quit it and your collectible progress will be saved.

Step 3 - The Galaxy:
This step will certainly take up the bulk of your time in this game. It requires you to visit the 23 inhabited planets and surrounding space in the galaxy (all except Kijimi) and two capital ships to complete all the events. Events are tasks such as completing side missions and puzzles (for Kyber bricks), earning a gold medal in all the trials, collecting datacards, and unlocking and purchasing characters and ships. You will be utilizing every character class on your quest to complete all the events.

It is recommended that you complete one location before moving onto the next for better time management, but you can mix it up if you want. To see what is still needed in a particular location, while on that planet, you can press :1menu:, but if there are multiple locations on a planet (like Coruscant, Jakku, Naboo, and Tatooine), navigating to the planet on the galaxy map and pressing :1a: will give you those totals.

Make sure you track each side mission, puzzle, and trial so blue markers guide you where you need to go. They can be tracked by accessing the ‘Missions’ tab in the Holoprojector (:1page: then :1rb: to the correct tab).

For more information about this step, refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G)

Step 4 - Capital Ships:
The five capital ships; Death Star, Death Star II, Executor, Steadfast, and Trade Federation Battleship, are all required for ''Do or do not. There is no try'' (20G) and ''Hello there!'' (20G) because of the ‘Where’s the Wookiee’ galaxy challenge (Wandering Wookiee character is awarded for completing it) and the character Commander Jir.

In addition, to complete ‘The Anti-Trooper’ galaxy challenge (which are a part of the galaxy events), you need the Steadfast and Trade Federation Battleship for ''The fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy'' (20G) and ''See you around, kid'' (100G).

To unlock and purchase all the capital ships in the game, refer to THIS POST.

Note: The four capital ships added in a mid-May 2022 update are not required for anything unless you want to collect the Kyber bricks.

Step 5 - Mop Up:
It is very possible that you have already unlocked most of the miscellaneous achievements while playing through the story or by working towards ''See you around, kid'' (100G). If you are still missing any achievement, now would be the time to do them. Hopefully, if there are any, they won’t take too long to obtain.

Conclusion:
Although with similar gameplay, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a much needed change to LEGO games as a whole. As with all other LEGO games, this one isn’t a hard completion, just very time consuming, being the longest one to date. The level of detail in gameplay, environments, sound, even tracking, was well worth the wait, and hopefully you find this guide very informative and thorough that will help you earn your 1000:1gs:. Good luck!
 
[XBA would like to thank bLaKgRaVy for this Roadmap]

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Achievement Guide

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There are 45 achievements with a total of 1000 points

  • Complete ''Episode I - The Phantom Menace''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - A Bigger Fish (True Jedi: 90,000)
    2 - The Boonta Eve Classic (True Jedi: 50,000)
    3 - Better Call Maul (True Jedi: 70,000)
    4 - Outmanned But Not Out-Gungan-ed (True Jedi: 35,000)
    5 - Now This is Podracing (True Jedi: 30,000)
  • Complete ''Episode II - Attack of the Clones''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - A Wrestle with Wesell (True Jedi: 30,000)
    2 - The Hunt for Jango (True Jedi: 60,000)
    3 - Droid Factory Frenzy (True Jedi: 75,000)
    4 - Petranaki Panic (True Jedi: 35,000)
    5 - The Battle of the Jedi (True Jedi: 80,000)
  • Complete ''Episode III - Revenge of the Sith''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - Out for the Count (True Jedi: 70,000)
    2 - So Uncivilized (True Jedi: 60,000)
    3 - Droid Attack on the Wookiees (True Jedi: 80,000)
    4 - Senate Showdown (True Jedi: 40,000)
    5 - The High Ground (True Jedi: 70,000)
  • Complete ''Episode IV - A New Hope''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - Boarding Party (True Jedi: 100,000)
    2 - Hunk of Junk (True Jedi: 80,000)
    3 - Best Leia’d Plans (True Jedi: 60,000)
    4 - This is Some Rescue (True Jedi: 55,000)
    5 - Stay on Target (True Jedi: 30,000)
  • Complete ''Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - Hoth and Cold (True Jedi: 100,000)
    2 - Assault on Echo Base (True Jedi: 30,000)
    3 - Never Tell Me the Odds (True Jedi: 30,000)
    4 - Hibernation Station (True Jedi: 100,000)
    5 - Revelations! (True Jedi: 100,000)
  • Complete ''Episode VI - Return of the Jedi''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - A Plan to Save Han (True Jedi: 65,000)
    2 - The Copa-Khetanna (True Jedi: 28,000)
    3 - Endor the Line (True Jedi: 65,000)
    4 - The Chewbacca Defense (True Jedi: 110,000)
    5 - Fulfill Your Destiny (True Jedi: 40,000)
  • Complete ''Episode VII - The Force Awakens''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - First Order of Business (True Jedi: 60,000)
    2 - Low Flying Garbage (True Jedi: 85,000)
    3 - Reap What You Solo (True Jedi: 90,000)
    4 - Starkiller Queen (True Jedi: 90,000)
    5 - Destroying Starkiller (True Jedi: 80,000)
  • Complete ''Episode VIII - The Last Jedi''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - Dameron’s Defiance (True Jedi: 40,000)
    2 - Master Codebreak-Out (True Jedi: 59,000)
    3 - No Snoke Without Fire (True Jedi: 90,000)
    4 - Chrome Dome Down (True Jedi: 50,000)
    5 - Ground A-salt (True Jedi: 110,000)
  • Complete ''Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker''

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete the five chapters that make up this episode.

    1 - A Skip and a Jump (True Jedi: 100,000)
    2 - They Fly Now! (True Jedi: 30,000)
    3 - C-3P-Oh no! (True Jedi: 90,000)
    4 - The Strength to Do it (True Jedi: 75,000)
    5 - Be With Me (True Jedi: 75,000)
  • Complete The Skywalker Saga

    This is story related and cannot be missed. Complete all 45 chapters in all 9 episodes of the game.

    Each of the 45 levels contains 6 Kyber bricks, 270 in total: complete the level in Story, achieve True Jedi [three tiers], collect all five minikits, and complete all three level challenges. While these are not required for this achievement, they are for other achievements.
  • Complete all events on Geonosis and Tatooine

    There are two locations on Geonosis:
    1 - Geonosis Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 1 Character
    2 - Stalgasin Hive - 25 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 3 Characters, 2 Ships

    There are four locations on Tatooine:
    1 - Tatooine Space - 5 Kyber bricks
    2 - Jundland Wastes - 34 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 15 Characters, 1 Ship
    3 - Mos Espa - 33 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 3 Characters
    4 - Mos Eisley - 33 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 7 Characters, 2 Ships

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on Bespin, Crait and Hoth

    There are two locations on Bespin:
    1 - Bespin Space - 5 Kyber bricks
    2 - Cloud City - 23 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 5 Characters, 3 Ships

    There are two locations on Crait:
    1 - Crait Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Crait Outpost - 20 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 3 Characters, 2 Ships

    There are two locations on Hoth:
    1 - Hoth Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Echo Base - 30 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 6 Characters, 1 Ship

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on Cantonica, Yavin 4 and Ajan Kloss

    There are two locations on Ajan Kloss:
    1 - Ajan Kloss Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 1 Character
    2 - Resistance Camp - 17 Kyber bricks, 7 Characters, 2 Ships

    There are two locations on Cantonica:
    1 - Cantonica Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Canto Bight - 35 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 4 Characters, 1 Ship

    There are two locations on Yavin 4:
    1 - Yavin 4 Space - 5 Kyber bricks
    2 - Great Temple - 26 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 5 Characters, 3 Ships

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on Kamino

    There are two locations on Kamino:
    1 - Kamino Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Tipoca City - 15 Kyber bricks, 5 Characters, 1 Ship

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on Coruscant, Jakku and Takodana

    There are three locations on Coruscant:
    1 - Coruscant Space - 5 Kyber bricks
    2 - Federal District - 38 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 10 Characters, 3 Ships
    3 - Uscru District - 29 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 6 Characters, 1 Ship

    There are three locations on Jakku:
    1 - Jakku Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Niima Outpost - 27 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 4 Characters, 1 Ship
    3 - Tuanul Village - 15 Kyber bricks, 3 Characters, 1 Ship

    There are two locations on Takodana:
    1 - Takodana Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 1 Character
    2 - Maz’s Castle - 29 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 6 Characters, 2 Ships

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on Kashyyyk and Kijimi

    There are two locations on Kashyyyk:
    1 - Kashyyyk Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 1 Character
    2 - Kachirho - 26 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 2 Characters, 1 Ship

    There is one location on Kijimi:
    1 - Kijimi Space - No collectibles

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on D'Qar, Naboo and Pasaana

    There are two locations on D’Qar:
    1 - D’Qar Space - 6 Kyber bricks, 1 Character
    2 - Resistance Base - 19 Kyber bricks, 4 Characters, 1 Ship

    There are three locations on Naboo:
    1 - Naboo Space - 5 Kyber bricks
    2 - Theed - 31 Kyber bricks, 6 Characters, 2 Ships
    3 - Lake Paonga - 22 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters, 1 Ship

    There are two locations on Pasaana:
    1 - Pasaana Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Forbidden Valley - 28 Kyber bricks, 3 Characters, 2 Ships

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on Ahch-To, Endor, Kef Bir and Exegol

    There are two locations on Ahch-To:
    1 - Ahch-To Space - 5 Kyber bricks
    2 - Temple Island - 21 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters

    There are two locations on Endor:
    1 - Endor Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Ewok Village - 35 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 4 Characters, 2 Ships

    There are two locations on Exegol:
    1 - Exegol Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Sith Citadel - 21 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 6 Characters, 2 Ships

    There are two locations on Kef Bir:
    1 - Kef Bir Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Crash Site - 23 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 5 Characters, 1 Ship

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Complete all events on Dagobah, Mustafar, Utapau

    There are two locations on Dagobah:
    1 - Dagobah Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 1 Character
    2 - Dragonsnake Bog - 15 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 2 Characters, 1 Ship

    There are two locations on Mustafar:
    1 - Mustafar Space - 5 Kyber bricks, 2 Characters
    2 - Mining Complex - 23 Kyber bricks, 1 Datacard, 2 Characters, 2 Ships

    There are two locations on Utapau:
    1 - Utapau Space - 5 Kyber bricks
    2 - Pau City - 25 Kyber bricks, 1 Character, 1 Ship

    100% videos are provided for each planet, courtesy of Trophygamers. Refer to ''See you around, kid'' (100G) for more information.
  • Achieve True Jedi in a single level

    Refer to ''Now I am the Master'' (20G) for more information.
  • Achieve True Jedi in every level

    Each of the 45 levels contains a stud bar at the top of the screen, and that bar fills up as you collect studs by finding them positioned in a level, building objects or by smashing LEGO bricks. There are three tiers to this bar: silver, blue, and purple, and the thresholds for each of these tiers differs from level to level (refer to the individual episode achievements above for more information).

    Until you purchase at least one stud multiplier, don’t worry about filling the stud bars, because chances are that you will not achieve True Jedi in any of them while you play through the story. Keep collecting studs between and in the levels, and even revisiting planets you’ve already completed the story in, and once you have accumulated at least 1 million studs, you should locate and collect a datacard so you can purchase the x2 stud multiplier upgrade, found in the 'Extras' tab of the Holoprojector. Datacards are necessary to purchase the upgrades and extras in that menu, and are found in certain locations around the galaxy. For the locations, refer to ''What have you done with those plans?'' (20G).

    Once you have purchased the x2 multiplier, it should be enough for you to achieve True Jedi in the remainder of the story levels, provided you are collecting enough to fill the bar. Once you have done that, instead of returning to the levels you still need True Jedi in, start completing events on the planets (finding more datacards, Kyber bricks, etc.) so you can accumulate more studs, enough to purchase more multipliers. When you have purchased the x4 and even the x6 multiplier, you can return to the levels you need and within a few moments in each, you should achieve True Jedi. Repeat for each of the levels necessary to finally unlock this achievement.

    One of the core character upgrades that might be useful to you is 'Attract Studs', which acts like a magnet and pulls studs towards your character so you don’t have to run around as much. There are three levels to this upgrade with increasing range. It is not necessary to have this, but it will make collecting less tedious.

    Another upgrade that is beneficial is in the Bounty Hunter tree called ‘Hidden Bounties’. When purchased, you receive a certain amount of studs for defeating enemies, increasing with each level. As a bonus, if you are using stud multipliers, the amount of studs increases based on which multipliers you have active.

    Note: If you are playing the levels for the first time, you must complete the level in order to save your collectible progress (True Jedi, minikits and level challenges). When replaying a level in Free Play, as soon as you’ve collected everything, you can exit the level which will save your collectible progress.
  • Complete all 'Level Challenges' in a single level

    Refer to ''No more training, do you require'' (20G) for more information.
  • Complete all 'Level Challenges'

    Each of the 45 story levels have three level challenges, side objectives that require specific actions to complete. There are 135 in total and you earn a Kyber brick for completing all three level challenges in a level.

    Chances are that while playing through the story for the first time you will complete a number of these without even trying or knowing what they are. However, many of them can only be done with certain character abilities; therefore will need to be finished up in Free Play while collecting the rest of the minikits. None of them are too difficult but for the most part need to be done at certain points in a level; there are generally no time constraints while playing levels, but if you complete a main objective that advances progress and you miss your opportunity, you must replay the level up until that point.

    To view what the challenges are and which ones you have completed, navigate to the ‘Level Challenges’ list in the Holoprojector (:1page: then :1rb: to the ‘Missions’ tab). If a challenge is not revealed, you can purchase the rumor and it will show you what it is and the requirement to complete it.

    For a text guide on how to complete each level challenge, refer to THIS LINK, courtesy of GameFAQs. Refer to ''You needn't worry about your reward'' (20G) for videos.

    Note: If you are playing the levels for the first time, you must complete the level in order to save your collectible progress (True Jedi, minikits and level challenges). When replaying a level in Free Play, as soon as you’ve collected everything, you can exit the level which will save your collectible progress.
  • Collect all Minikits in a single level

    Refer to ''You needn't worry about your reward'' (20G) for more information.
  • Each of the 45 story levels have five minikits. They are white canister collectibles that are hidden away, usually from normal level progression. Some require shooting targets, while for others you need to solve a simple puzzle. There are 225 in total and you earn a Kyber brick for collecting all five minikits in a level.

    While some minikits are available to you while playing through the story for the first time, many of them can only be collected with certain character abilities; therefore will need to be finished up in Free Play while completing the rest of the level challenges. None of them are too difficult to obtain; there are generally no time constraints while playing levels, but if you complete a main objective that advances progress and you miss your opportunity, you must replay the level.

    To view which minikits you are missing in a level, navigate to the ‘Minikits’ list in the Holoprojector (:1page: then :1rb: to the ‘Missions’ tab). If a minikit is not revealed, you can purchase the rumor and it will give you a clue to its location. To further aid you, you can purchase ‘Collectible Detector’ in the core character upgrades and it will show you the general vicinity of the collectibles in a level.

    Note: You can also purchase ‘Collectible Detector’ from the core character upgrades that will show you onscreen the general vicinity of the minikit.

    For a text guide on the locations of all the minikits, refer to THIS LINK, courtesy of GameFAQs.

    Provided below are videos on how to obtain all the minikits and level challenges in each level, courtesy of packattack04082.

    Episode I through Episode III
    Episode IV through Episode VI
    Episode VII through Episode IX

    Note
    : If you are playing the levels for the first time, you must complete the level in order to save your collectible progress (True Jedi, minikits and level challenges). When replaying a level in Free Play, as soon as you’ve collected everything, you can exit the level which will save your collectible progress.
  • Fully upgrade a character class

    To unlock this, you must fully upgrade one of the 9 character classes; the Core Upgrades do not count for this. Refer to ''Power! Unlimited power!'' (20G) for more information.
  • Fully upgrade all of the character classes

    Upgrading all 9 character classes will require 847 Kyber bricks and approximately 3 million studs. Core upgrades are not needed for this achievement, but chances are that might purchase a few of them before you unlock this achievement, so more Kyber bricks will be required. Refer to ''You may fire when ready'' (75G) to learn more about Kyber bricks.

    To upgrade all character classes and core upgrades, you will need 1163 (of 1200) Kyber bricks and roughly 3.3 million studs.

    For each class, there are four categories with three upgrades, or tiers, in each category. Higher tiers aren’t available until the lower tiers are purchased. Each upgrade improves the way a certain class performs in the game, whether it’s reducing damage when wearing a disguise for a Hero, increasing the damage of Force thrown items for a Jedi, climbing faster for a Scavenger, or having your weapon shoot more bolts per shot for a Bounty Hunter. While they are all beneficial, most aren’t necessary. Below is a list of helpful upgrades:
     
    • Hero - ‘Hero Terminal Expert’ (bypass the terminal puzzle and receive studs)
    • Scoundrel - ‘Business Opportunist’ (up to 50% discount on rumor)
    • Villain - ‘Villain Terminal Expert’ (bypass the terminal puzzle and receive studs)
    • Bounty Hunter - ‘Hidden Bounties’ (collect studs for defeated enemies)
    • Astromech Droid - ‘Astromech Socket Expert’ (bypass the terminal puzzle and receive studs)
    Purchase what you feel you need for free roaming the story levels and for completing all the planetary events. While it isn’t required to purchase core upgrades, buying a few will make playing the game a bit easier. Here are a few that should be bought:
     
    • ‘Speedy Sprint’ (forced to purchase after your first story level)
    • ‘Collectible Detector’ (highlights collectibles on screen)
    • ‘Attract Studs’ (your character acts like a magnet)
    For a list and descriptions of all the upgrades and what their costs are, visit THIS LINK, courtesy of GameFAQs.
  • This cannot be attempted until you’ve progressed far enough into the story to have unlocked all the locations you are required to travel to. Capital ships are not required for this achievement.

    In total, there are 19 datacards in the game. These are necessary for purchasing items from the ‘Extras’ menu of the Holoprojector, such as stud multipliers, universal translator, baguette lightsabers, and big head mode, to name a few. These have taken the place of the red brick collectibles from previous LEGO games.

    Each datacard can be found on different planets while you’re free roaming around the galaxy. Certain character abilities will be required to obtain them. They don’t appear on your minimap until they are discovered or if you’ve upgraded the ‘Collectible Detector’ core character upgrade to Tier 3 in the ‘Upgrades’ menu of the Holoprojector. Once they’re on your minimap, you can set a waypoint that will guide you to them. These do not need to be purchased; they’re available to use once you collect them.

    You will earn this achievement on your way to unlocking ''See you around, kid'' (100G).

    Thanks to Thomas’ Trophy Tutorials for the video:
  • Collect 1000 Kyber Bricks

    There are a total of 1200 Kyber bricks in the game. For this achievement, you only need to collect 1000, but to earn other achievements, 1163 are required.

    For 100% completing each of the 45 levels, you will collect 270 Kyber bricks. The remaining bricks are obtained by completing side missions, puzzles, trials, galaxy challenges and on capital ships. As you’re collecting them, if a certain character is required to proceed, an icon will appear on the screen to let you know which ability to use.

    Kyber bricks are used together with studs to purchase character upgrades. While you can only spend bricks you’ve collected and the number of bricks decreases with each upgrade you purchase, your total is cumulative so you don’t lose what you’ve collected.

    It is suggested that you purchase ‘Collectible Detector’ in the core character upgrades as early as possible as brick locations will then be highlighted on your screen, even though they already appear on your map. You will need to purchase Tier 2 of the upgrade, which will cost 15 bricks and 35,000 studs.

    You will earn this achievement on your way to unlocking ''See you around, kid'' (100G). Note that some Kyber bricks aren’t available until certain objectives are completed; you can select locked objectives and purchase the rumor to show what the prerequisites are.
  • Collect all characters

    In total, there are 380 characters in the game, divided into 10 different classes. If you complete each story level and all planetary events, you will unlock all but two characters. For the final two, one is unlocked on the Death Star capital ship while the other is unlocked by completing the ‘Where’s the Wookiee’ galaxy challenge.

    Despite what the achievement description says, you must purchase each character. Since playing through the story unlocks at least one of each class, each character thereafter is just an alternate, so it is recommended that you do not purchase any of them until you have at least unlocked ''Only one business in the Galaxy...'' (40G). You will need approximately 20 million studs to purchase them all.

    You will earn this achievement on your way to unlocking ''See you around, kid'' (100G). Note that some characters do not appear until you complete side missions; you can select the locked character and purchase the rumor to show what the prerequisites are.
  • Complete all of the events in the Galaxy

    This achievement will make up the bulk of your time in the game. It requires you to visit all 23 inhabited planets and their surrounding space (there is nothing to collect on the 24th planet, Kijimi) and 100% collect all of its Kyber bricks, characters, ships, and datacards. Some planets, like Coruscant, Tatooine, Naboo, and Jakku, have more than one location. Also, each of the locations on the planets have interior locations, like residences, establishments, rooms, etc. Remember to check them all as most of them contain some type of collectible.

    Note: The Steadfast and Trade Federation Battleship capital ships are required for this achievement; you must unlock, disable, then take them over before attempting to complete two shooting galleries.

    In all, there are 834 Kyber bricks, 157 characters, 42 ships, and 19 datacards to collect. Of these four, only the datacards are all available from the start. Some bricks, characters and ships won’t be available to you until you complete other side missions and/or puzzles, sometimes on completely different planets. If something is locked or not revealed, you can purchase the rumor and it will give you a clue to its location or unlock requirements.

    For side missions, you are often tasked with going on fetch quests to other locations or planets. For puzzles, however, what you need to solve it is always in the immediate vicinity, while some of the trials might require a few attempts. Luckily, everything is trackable by going to the ‘Missions’ tab in the Holoprojector (:1page: then :1rb: to the correct tab). Also, you can set a marker so you are guided to the location of the collectible. Setting a marker will make your collecting much easier, but sometimes you may need to find a way to get to the collectible that may appear inaccessible (like using a Jedi character to lift a droid to a higher platform, for example).

    Sometimes, NPCs will only speak to certain character classes, so make sure you change your character appropriately. Also, it is very beneficial if you purchase the ‘Universal Translator’ extra (it costs 500,000 studs and one datacard) as you don’t need a Protocol Droid to speak to alien species or droids.

    To further aid you, you can purchase ‘Collectible Detector’ in the core character upgrades that will show you collectibles in a level. The higher the tier purchased the more collectibles it will reveal. Videos have been provided for each planet in the individual “complete all events…” achievements.
  • Complete all races in the Galaxy

    This cannot be attempted until you’ve progressed far enough into the story to have unlocked all the locations you are required to travel to. The Steadfast and Trade Federation Battleship capital ships are required for this achievement; you must unlock, disable, then take them over before attempting to obtain two Kyber bricks.

    There are 38 races in the game, also referred to as trials. These are timed challenges, both in space and on planets, where you must get a Gold medal in for them to count as complete. They are a mixture of shooting galleries, obstacle courses, and running or flying through checkpoints, to name a few. Most are relatively easy to complete but some might require a few tries. If you are having trouble completing a particular trial, try changing the character or ship you are using.

    With the exception of the two trials required on capital ships, every other trial will be completed on your way to unlocking ''See you around, kid'' (100G). For completing all the trials, you will earn 16 Kyber bricks, 18 Characters and 4 Ships as well as this achievement. Note that some trials are locked until you complete side missions; you can select the locked trial and purchase the rumor to show what the prerequisites are.

    Caution: There’s a chance that the trial on Jakku: Niima Outpost called ‘Speeder Spruce Up’ will not reveal its prerequisite even if you purchase the rumor; it will say ‘Couldn’t find hint data!’ in the ‘Trials’ list. The location of this trial is outside of Rey’s AT-AT and for earning a Gold medal, you unlock the First Order TIE Fighter.
     
  • Complete all Galaxy Challenges

    This cannot be attempted until you’ve progressed far enough into the story to have unlocked all the locations you are required to travel to. All five original capital ships (Death Star, Death Star II, Executor, Steadfast, and Trade Federation Battleship) are required for this achievement; you must unlock, disable, then take them over before completing ‘The Anti-Trooper’ and ‘Where’s the Wookiee’.

    There are 10 Galaxy Challenges in the game. With the exception of ‘The Anti-Trooper’, these do not count towards any other achievement. These challenges are specific tasks to do while traveling around the galaxy, such as reading Sith plaques, rescuing frozen Rebels, destroying mouse droids, and making five Cantina patrons dance. These can be done as you are completing the events on a particular planet or afterwards. The only challenge that may give you trouble is ‘The Anti-Trooper’ for completing all of the shooting galleries, but even then, might only take a couple of tries each.

    Caution: There’s a chance that for the ‘Mouse Droid Hunt’ challenge on Jakku: Niima Outpost, a mouse droid might glitch and not appear in its correct location. If that happens, return to the planet and look for it in its second location.

    For completing all the challenges, you will earn 35 Kyber bricks and 1 Character as well as this achievement. Below is a list of the challenges and a video link to each, courtesy of Thomas’ Trophy Tutorials.
     
  • Use Jedi Mind Tricks to make 5 people fight simultaneously in the Cantina

    There are many steps to this achievement. In order to unlock this, you first need to complete four side missions located on Tatooine, Kashyyyk, Hoth and Jakku, which can only be done once you’ve visited each planet during the story.

    Starting on Tatooine, travel to Chalmun’s Cantina in Mos Eisley and speak to Dr. Evazan. He will be just inside the entrance standing next to Ponda Baba. He will give you a side mission called ‘No Arm in Asking’, which is for finding a replacement arm for Ponda Baba. Accepting the mission will reveal missions on Kashyyyk and Hoth. To continue, travel to Kachirho on Kashyyyk.

    Once there, follow the blue markers to find Grakchawwaa. Speak to him and accept the side mission called ‘Armed and Ready’, which involves smuggling droid arms back to Mos Eisley on Tatooine. On your return trip, you will be attacked three separate times. Upon landing in Mos Eisley, return to Chalmun’s Cantina and speak with Dr. Evazan again to complete ‘Armed and Ready’.

    Speak to Dr. Evazan once again and he will ask you to find someone to reattach the arm. Travel to Echo Base on Hoth and speak to 2-1B in the medical bay, which is to the west of the Landing Pad (if you do not wish to search for it, you can purchase the rumor; it is the first listed side mission in the Hoth: Echo Base section of ‘Side Missions’ in the Holoprojector). Speak to the droid and accept ‘Party People’, which is to locate four joint parts. Two are located on Jakku and two are on Tatooine. Once you’ve retrieved the parts, you will then be prompted to return to 2-1B at Echo Base to complete the ‘Party People’ side mission.

    Travel back to Chalmun’s Cantina in Mos Eisley and speak to Dr. Evazan one last time to complete the ‘No Arm in Asking’ side mission. When Dr. Evazan disappears, speak to Ponda Baba and accept the ‘Baba Bar Brawl’ side mission, which involves defeating 20 enemies while protecting Ponda. When that’s done, return to and speak to Ponda to complete the final side mission.

    With the set up now complete, there are enough patrons in the Cantina to attempt the achievement. To the left and right of the bar are tables with five enemies each. These look like Jabba’s guards (Weequay, Klaatu, etc.). Using a Jedi (or Dark Jedi) character, hold Y to perform a mind trick on one and select ‘Panic’ (the middle one). This will prompt them to start shooting at other patrons in the Cantina. You need to do this on five individual enemies and have them all shooting at the same time, but needs to be done quickly as there are many patrons in the Cantina and some might be knocked out before you reach five. This may take you a few attempts, so to reset it, walk out of the Cantina and travel to Mos Espa and then back to Mos Eisley and try again.

    Note: Upgrading ‘Trick Time’ and ‘Mind Master’ in the Jedi character upgrades extend the range and length of the Distract and Panic mind tricks.

    You will earn this achievement on your way to unlocking ''See you around, kid'' (100G). For completing all the required missions, you will earn 2 Kyber bricks and 4 Characters as well as this achievement.

    Thanks to Thomas’ Trophy Tutorials for the video:
  • Ride all creatures throughout the Galaxy

    There are 10 creatures you need to ride in order to unlock this achievement. Most of these you can find while playing through the entire Saga, but for a couple, you are required to return to a planet after you’ve unlocked it. To mount them, stand next to them and press :1y:.

    Note: Riding in vehicles, turrets, droids, etc. are not required for this achievement.

    Episode I: The Phantom Menace:
     
    • Kaadu - Naboo: Gungan City (walking around the city, before Level 1, ‘A Bigger Fish’)
      • Also before and during Level 4, ‘Outmanned But Not Out-Gungan-ed’
    • Bantha - Tatooine: Mos Espa (near the Landing Pad, before Level 2, ‘The Boonta Eve Classic’)
      • Also in Episode IV: A New Hope - Tatooine: Mos Eisley (stationary throughout the city, before Level 2, ‘Hunk of Junk’)
    Episode II: Attack of the Clones:
     
    • Ronto - Tatooine: Jundland Wastes (near the Lars Homestead, before Level 3, ‘Droid Factory Frenzy’)
      • Also in Episode IV: A New Hope - Tatooine: Mos Eisley (stationary throughout the city, before Level 2, ‘Hunk of Junk’)
    • Orray - Geonosis: Petranaki Arena (ridden by Geonosisans, first section [creatures battle], during Level 4, ‘Petranaki Panic’)
    • Reek - Geonosis: Petranaki Arena (found around the arena, second section [Jedi battle], during Level 4, ‘Petranaki Panic’)
    Episode IV: A New Hope:
     
    • Dewback - Tatooine: Mos Eisley (stationary throughout the city, before Level 2, ‘Hunk of Junk’)
    Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back:
     
    • Tauntaun - Hoth: Echo Base (during Level 1, ‘Hoth and Cold’ [you begin the level on one])
    Episode VII: The Force Awakens:
     
    • Luggabeast - Jakku: Tuanul Village then Niima Outpost (after Level 2, ‘Low Flying Garbage’ or via Galaxy Map [must return to the planet])
      • Head to Tuanul Village and speak to Teedo who will give you the ‘Luggabeast of Burden’ side mission. Accept and track the mission. Teedo is located in the center of the village and slightly to the east. A Protocol Droid is required for communication.
      • Travel to the Niima Outpost Landing Pad and follow the blue marker and search the area for the luggabeast. Locate it, defeat it and collect it and you will ask to be returned to Teedo.
      • Speak to Teedo to complete the mission, then travel back to the Niima Outpost Landing Pad to find the luggabeast in the same area where you first located it.
    Episode VIII: The Last Jedi:
     
    • Fathier - Cantonica: Canto Bight (on the beach near the Landing Pad after Level 2, ‘Master Codebreak-Out’ via Galaxy Map [must return to the planet])
    Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker:
     
    • Orbak - Kef Bir: Crash Site (after Level 4, ‘The Strength to Do It’)
      • From the Landing Pad, head north through a windy narrow passage to the village. Speak to the Orbak Keeper next to the orbak pen and accept the ‘Untitled Orbak Game’ side mission.
      • In this mission, you need to locate four orbaks in the area. Mounting the first orbak will count towards this achievement. Return all four to complete the mission.
    Thanks to Thomas’ Trophy Tutorials for the video:
  • Studs are the currency in LEGO games. They are required to purchase characters, upgrades, and rumors, to name a few. They are found in levels, throughout the open worlds and by smashing LEGO bricks. They are also given as rewards for completing time trials, events, and even by destroying stud comets (that circle a planet).

    The most common ones are Silver and Gold, which are worth 10 and 100, respectively. Rarer are the Blue, which are worth 1,000, and Purple, the rarest, are worth 10,000. While walking around, simply collect the studs lying around and smash LEGO bricks (boxes, environment, etc.) and you will eventually accumulate 17,000 studs.
  • Earn 10,000,000,000 studs

    Note: This total is not cumulative; you need to have 10 billion studs all at once for this to unlock.

    This is going to be a grind if you have not purchased and activated all five stud multipliers. The good thing about multipliers is that for every one you own, it multiplies what you collect for each stud. For instance, if you have the x2 and x4 multipliers, each stud will be x8. If you additionally have the x6 multiplier, it will be x48 for each stud collected, and so on up to x3840 for all five multipliers, potentially giving you millions of studs in a matter of seconds.

    To obtain the stud multipliers as soon as possible, you should not be purchasing anything else in the game, such as characters, rumors, upgrades (except maybe 'Attract Studs'), etc. Once you have reached the cost of each multiplier and have collected enough datacards, you should purchase them immediately. The costs are as follows:
     
    • x2 - 1 million
    • x4 - 2 million
    • x6 - 8 million
    • x8 - 48 million
    • x10 - 384 million
    There is no one way to collect a massive amount of studs at once, but if you replay a couple of flight levels in Free Play, with all five multipliers, you can earn between 400-500 million each run in about 5 to 10 minutes. The levels are Level 5, ‘Now This is Pod Racing’ from Episode I and Level 5, ‘Stay on Target’ from Episode IV. Feel free to experiment with other levels.

    Another method to earning a lot of studs is on Bespin: Cloud City. When you land, there are two AT-RTs flanking the Landing Pad. When you enter one, start running over any and all LEGO bricks you can find. You will accumulate millions of studs in a matter of minutes.

    Of course, you can just play through the game naturally, and with the multipliers, you will certainly accumulate 10 billion studs while doing everything else in the game without the need for replaying any level.
  • Destroy 100 TIE fighters

    This cannot be earned during the story in Episode I, II or III as TIEs don’t exist in those episodes. The achievement is very straightforward; destroy 100 TIEs. Chances are that you will not need to go out of your way to unlock this if you just play through Episodes IV through XI. TIEs destroyed during space engagements around planets and smuggling runs while completing planet events also count for this achievement.

    Note: While playing the story, it is suggested that when you encounter TIEs that you do not complete the current objective (such as destroying turrets, etc.) until you are satisfied with your progress.

    Any variation of the TIE counts for this achievement: TIE Baron, TIE Bomber, TIE Dagger, TIE Fighter or TIE Interceptor.

    These are the levels you encounter TIE Fighters, to name a few:
     
    • Episode IV, Level 4, ‘Stay on Target’
    • Episode VII, Level 2, ‘Low Flying Garbage’
    • Episode VII, Level 5, ‘Destroying Starkiller’
    • Episode VIII, Level 1, ‘Dameron’s Defiance’
    • Episode IX, Level 1, ‘A Skip and a Jump’
  • Defeat 3 enemies at the same time with an explosion

    You can earn this at any time during the story or in Free Play and will likely unlock without even trying.

    The most common method for this is to shoot or Force Throw a red (or yellow) explosive canister around/into a group of enemies. This can be done on a number of levels, including:

    1 - Episode IV, Level 2, ‘Hunk of Junk’ - While defending Chewbacca, Stormtroopers spawn in the alcoves around the hanger and take cover. Placed at strategic locations are yellow explosive canisters. When they appear, shoot the canister.
    2 - Episode VI, Level 1, ‘A Plan to Save Han’ - When you first start playing as Luke, there are a few Gamorrean Guards standing around a few explosive canisters. Since the guards aren’t reacting to Luke, destroy a canister at your convenience.

    Another, less-effective, method is to throw enough grenades into a group of enemies in hope that one explosion defeats at least three of them. The only drawback to this is that grenades only deplete an enemies’ health about a third, so keeping three together long enough to defeat them all is random and unpredictable.

    Despite what the description says, it does not need to be three enemies; it can be a combination of any three characters. For example, if you are standing next to an explosive canister with your teammate and an enemy or another NPC is close by, if you shoot the barrel and defeats you and the two other characters when it explodes, this will count for the achievement.
  • Shoot helmets off 50 enemies

    This can be earned in any level that features Clone Troopers (as enemies) or Stormtroopers (Empire or First Order). Chances are that you will not need to go out of your way to unlock this if you just play through the entire story. When you encounter Stormtroopers, using a character with a blaster, simply aim for their head (using :1lt: or “from the hip”) and a successful shot will remove it. Repeat until the achievement unlocks.
  • Create 25 disguises as a Hero character

    When you defeat Stormtroopers (Empire or First Order), their body shatters into three pieces: helmet, torso and legs. To create a disguise, as a Hero character, you need to walk up to each piece and press :1b: to wear them. This is required in some levels to access Imperial terminals. This cannot be earned in levels from Episode I or II, or in the first two levels of Episode III.

    There are two ways to remove pieces from your Hero character; be shot by either an enemy or your teammate or swap out the disguised character for someone else:

    Method 1:
    Collect all three pieces with a Hero character then press :1lb: or :1rb: to switch to another character that has a gun. Then, aim at and shoot all three pieces off of the disguised character (the character might break apart, so just let them respawn if they do). Switch back to the Hero character (or do this with two Hero characters if they are available) and repeat until the achievement unlocks.

    Method 2:
    *This can only be done when you are not in a level* Using a Hero character, collect all three pieces of the disguise then press :1left: or :1right: and swap to another character. This will cause all the disguise pieces to drop to the ground. Swap back to the Hero character and repeat until the achievement unlocks.
  • Achieve a combat multiplier score of 30

    You can earn this at any time during the story or in Free Play and will likely unlock without even trying. When you hit an enemy in quick succession, your combo meter rises. There is a thin gauge to the right of the meter that fills up as you increase your combo and decreases when you don’t. When the gauge is depleted, you lose your combo. As long as you keep building your combo, you should reach 30 or more in no time.

    One way to earn this is during a lightsaber battle. Often there will be a section where you have to mash :1y: to clash blades. Each hit causes your combo meter to increase, up to a 25 combo. Quickly strike a few more times to get your meter to 30. If you were fortunate enough to have a combo before the QTE section, you may reach 30 during the event.

    When using a ranged weapon, a good level to earn this is Episode IV, Level 1, ‘Boarding Party’. Soon after you take control of your character, there will be a segment where Stormtroopers will cut through a door and storm the corridor. For every shot that hits, your combo meter increases. You can easily get a 35-40 combo here.
  • Complete all the Jawa's ''Faulty Droid'' missions on Tatooine

    This cannot be attempted until you’ve progressed far enough into the story to have unlocked all the locations you are required to travel to. If a mission happens to be locked, you can purchase the rumor to show what the prerequisites are.

    To unlock this, you first must complete a puzzle (called ‘Dodgy Dwellings’) and a side mission (called ‘Dodginess Manifest’), both located on Jakku: Tuanul Village, before you can start working on the Jawa missions.

    Start off by traveling to the Federal District on Coruscant to obtain a password that is needed to gain access to a residence on Jakku. Required are a Villain character (for an Imperial terminal) and a Protocol Droid (to access a hatch and obtain the password for ‘Tuanul Residence’). The location is in the images below.


    Once you have obtained the password, travel to Tuanul Village on Jakku and locate a residence in the southeast part of the village. Two First Order troopers are trying to get into the residence, so use the Protocol Droid terminal to access the dwelling. Once inside, there is a table to one side of the doorway that you need to smash to find a manifest (this will complete the puzzle). When the troopers stop talking, talk to the mission giver with a Bounty Hunter character and accept the mission.

    Read the manifest and you will find that it seems mostly gibberish. On the other side of the doorway is an astromech droid who will decode the manifest for 10,000 studs. It will tell you that some of the words are written backwards, revealing that you need to travel to Niima Outpost on Jakku. There, you will speak to two characters that will direct you to Canto Bight on Cantonica.

    Travel to the casino in Canto Bight and you will uncover the dodgy droid dealer. After fleeing then being caught, he will instruct Sidon Ithano to fight you. Defeat Ithano then speak to the droid dealer to complete the mission. Doing this will unlock the first Jawa mission in the Jundland Wastes on Tatooine (as well as the Sidon Ithano character).

    You can now finally begin working on the actual achievement. Travel to the Jundland Wastes on Tatooine and make your way to the Jawa camp (near the Lars Homestead). Upon completing each of the 8 side missions, you will return and speak to another Jawa, either in the camp or nearby.

    Note: Completing one mission unlocks the next one. Return to and speak with the mission giver after completing each.

    1 - ‘Probes and Cons’ - Capture an Imperial Probe Droid near Lars Homestead
    2 - ‘Rodent Retrieval’ - Travel to Mustafar: Mining Complex to capture a Mouse Droid
    3 - ‘That Droid is the Pits’ - Travel to Tatooine: Mos Espa to capture a Pit Droid
    4 - ‘Protocol Recall’ - Travel to D’Qar: Resistance Base to capture a Protocol Droid
    5 - ‘For OOM the Bell Tolls’ - Travel to Geonosis: Stalgasin Hive to capture a Battle Droid
    6 - ‘Don't Be Afraid of the Dark-Eye’ - Travel to Kashyyyk: Kachirho to capture a Sith Probe Droid
    7 - ‘Droids Have Magnitude!’ - Travel to Utapau: Pau City to capture a MagnaGuard
    8 - ‘Battle Droid Royale’ - Travel to Jabba’s Palace in the Jundland Wastes and defeat all the previously captured droids (except Imperial Probe Droid)

    You will earn this achievement on your way to unlocking ''See you around, kid'' (100G). For completing all the required missions, you will earn 3 Kyber bricks and 9 Characters as well as this achievement.

    Thanks to Thomas’ Trophy Tutorials for the video:
  • Complete all the GNK droid escort missions

    This cannot be attempted until you’ve progressed far enough into the story to have unlocked all the locations you are required to travel to. If a mission happens to be locked or unrevealed, you can purchase the rumor to show what the prerequisites are.

    There are 8 GNK droid escort missions throughout the galaxy. Locate and speak to the mission giver, and upon accepting the mission, you must escort the droid through the environment while being ambushed by 3-5 waves of enemies. They will show on your minimap as red dots, so protect the droid during each wave. If its health is depleted, you fail the mission and have the option to retry it. Successfully guide the droid to its destination and speak to it to complete the mission.

    1 - ‘Gonk and Circumstance’ - Cantonica: Canto Bight
    2 - ‘Forest Gonk’ - Kashyyyk: Kachirho
    3 - ‘Gonkwards and Upwards’ - Kef Bir: Crash Site (Death Star II Ruins)
    4 - ‘Going, Going, Gonk!’ - Tatooine: Jundland Wastes
    5 - ‘Gonk-stores Paradise’ - Tatooine: Mos Eisley
    6 - ‘Gonk with the Hyperwind’ - Utapau: Pau City
    7 - ‘For the Greater Gonk’ - Geonosis: Stalgasin Hive (unlocks after completing Utapau mission)
    8 - ‘The Final Gonk’ - Mustafar: Space (unlocks when all other missions are completed)

    You will earn this achievement on your way to unlocking ''See you around, kid'' (100G). For completing all the required missions, you will earn 2 Kyber bricks, 6 Characters and 1 Ship as well as this achievement.

    Thanks to Thomas’ Trophy Tutorials for the video:
  • Complete a flight level without dying

    This can be earned on any level that features you piloting a ship. It is suggested that you attempt this in a level in open space rather than one where there are obstacles, such as turrets or asteroids. Complete the objectives as quick as possible and make sure you barrel roll when the :1lb: and :1rb: prompts appear on screen, otherwise you’ll take considerable damage. Your shields, however, do regenerate after a short period of time (if you have enabled ‘Automatic Health Recovery’ in the Gameplay Options menu).

    These are some flight levels you can attempt this on:
     
    • Episode I, Level 5, ‘Now This is Pod Racing’
    • Episode II, Level 2, ‘The Hunt for Jango’
    • Episode IV, Level 5, ‘Stay on Target’
    • Episode V, Level 2, ‘Assault on Echo Base’
    • Episode V, Level 3, ‘Never Tell Me the Odds’
    • Episode VII, Level 5, ‘Destroying Starkiller’
    • Episode VIII, Level 1, ‘Dameron’s Defiance’

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