Achievement / Trophy guide

– Estimated achievement difficulty:  3/10
– Offline Trophies: 40 (1 trophy, 3 trophy, 11 trophy, 25 trophy)
– Online: 0
– Approximate amount of time to 1000 / Platinum: 30-40 Hours
– Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
– Missable achievements : No
– Does difficulty affect achievements: No, game can be played on Story Mode. 
– Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No
– Free-Roam / Level Select after Story?:Yes, you can revisit the planets for clean-up.
– Extra equipment needed?: No

A New Hope

Earn all trophies

Earn all trophies in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to unlock platinum! Feauture DLC is not required.

Kicking Back

Kick a phillak that has kicked you

Phillaks are an enemy that can be found on the second planet of the game, Zeffo, and somewhat resemble large goats.

This trophy can be a little bit annoying. Firstly, you’ll need to buy the ‘Evasive Kick’ skill, which is in the Lightsaber tree. To use this move, press  once to quick evade, then quickly press  to kick the enemy in retaliation.

Then, you have to get a Phillak to kick you which can be tricky as you have to get behind it and it keeps turning around to face you. The best way is to let the Phillak use its charge attack. You’ll know this when the Phillak glows red, meaning you can’t block it. Dodge-roll away so that it hits a wall, where it’ll be momentarily stunned. Stand directly behind it and it will kick back at you and knock you over. Once this is done, wait for it to attack you with its headbutt move, then evade and kick.


Collect all chests and secrets

Legendary Beasts

Defeat four mysterious creatures

There are four mysterious creatures in the game:

  • Oggdo Bogdo (Bogano – Bogdo Sinkholes)
  • Rabid Jotaz (Zeffo – Broken Wing)
  • Albino Wyyyschokk (Kashyyyk – Imperial Refinery)
  • Nydak Alpha (Dathomir – Strangled Cliffs)

These enemies are essentially larger versions of enemies found on their respective planets and only appear once. They do not respawn even if you reset at Meditation Points. You’ll know when you’re fighting them as their name and health bar appears at the top of the screen just like regular boss fights. Their attack patterns are similar to their counterparts but they hit much harder and it may be better to tackle them post-game when you’ll be more powerful.

Feel the Force

Unlock all Jedi skills

There are a total of 33 skills in the game, split into three trees, Force, Lightsaber and Survival, which become available at different stages as you progress through the game. Overall, you will need 50 skill points to purchase them all and you can only do so at Meditation Points by pressing  .

The vast majority of the XP you earn comes from defeating enemies, with the more challenging ones offering more. A bar at the top of the screen fills up every time you earn XP. Finding Force Echoes offers a decent boost, but these are rarer, whilst scanning things in the environment offers a small amount of XP.

This should come naturally during the clean-up part of your playthrough, but if you are still missing XP then you can travel to any of the planets and keep resetting enemy spawns using Meditation Points.

A Galaxy Far, Far Away

Complete all of BD-1’s holomaps

You will complete almost all of BD-1’s holomaps or even earn this trophy naturally during your clean-up phase as practically every divergent path has a collectible and you need to get them all for various trophies.

To make it much easier, you can always press the touchpad and bring up the holomap and check how much of each planet you have explored as a percentage in the top-left corner, then even more specifically you can hover over each sub-area and see how much you’ve explored by looking at the percentage in the bottom-left corner.

This helps you narrow down exactly where you’re missing a part of the map so you can clean it up. For this trophy, you need 100% exploration on Bogano, Zeffo, Kashyyyk, Dathomir and Ilum.

Back At You

Defeat 50 enemies with reflected blaster bolts

To reflect a blaster bolt with your lightsaber, you need to tap  just before the bolt hits you, as opposed to holding down  which will just block it. You can start earning this in the prologue on the train. A number of Stormtroopers will fire at you and they die in one hit from a reflected bolt. This will unlock naturally through the game as there are plenty of enemies who shoot you with blasters.

A good place to farm this is in the Imperial Refinery area on Kashyyyk. When you enter, there is a Meditation Point and just down the path there are five Stormtroopers standing around. Stand a short distance away from them and just reflect their bolts back at them, then return to the Meditation Point to respawn the enemies.

Perfect Timing

Parry 100 enemies

To parry an enemy, you need to tap just as they attack you, as opposed to holding down which will block their attacks and deplete your stamina. Parrying will stagger the enemy and leave them open to a counter-attack, meaning that this trophy will come naturally as it’s a vital component of the game’s combat. However, if you wish, you can farm this in the prologue by repeatedly parrying the Scout Troopers who carry electrified batons without attacking them with  .


Defeat an enemy using only kicks

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Triple Take

After you learn Force Pull at the Tomb of Miktrull, you can buy the skill for Lightsaber Throw in the Force skill tree for 3 skill points. To use it, hold and press  to launch your lightsaber into an enemy and then it’ll come back to you and hit any enemy along the way.

The best place to get this trophy is on Bogano in the Binog Mesa area. Where the ‘amphitheater’ is, there should be three Splox that spawn on the grass. Group them together then use Lightsaber Throw and all three should die instantly as they are very weak. If you don’t get all three, return to the Meditation Point nearby and respawn the enemies.

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What Goes Around…

Defeat an enemy with their own Slowed blaster bolt

You can unlock this trophy once you gain the Force Pull ability in the Tomb of Miktrull.

Firstly, get a normal Stormtrooper on his own and then stand some distance away. When he fires his blaster, tap R1 to slow the bolt, then hold  to Force Pull him towards the bolt and kill him.

Note that slowing a bolt then deflecting it back at the Stormtrooper with :l1: does not work for this trophy.

Big Bang

Defeat 20 enemies with explosives

You can earn this trophy once you earn Force Push during your first visit to Zeffo. The best enemies to use for this are Rocket Launcher Troopers and Stormtrooper Commanders.

For Rocket Launcher Troopers, wait until their RPG glows red and they fire a shell at you. Quickly tap to use Force Slow on the shell, then tap  to Force Push it back at the trooper, killing him instantly.

As for Stormtrooper Commanders, if you stand away from them they will throw grenades which emit a blue light. Hit  to Force Push them back at the troopers to kill them, although you have to aim quite accurately which is difficult to do before the grenade explodes.

If you wish to farm this trophy, the best place is just after you defeat the Ninth Sister on Kashyyyk. You’ll be at a Meditation Point and have to climb up a few platforms and vines to get you to a long zipline. Ride up it and you’ll drop into a hut with three Rocket Launcher Troopers. Use the method above, then simply ride back down the zipline, reset the enemies at the Meditation Point and go back up again.

Don’t Mess With BD-1

Defeat an enemy with a hacked droid

After you emerge from the Tomb of Miktrull and head back to the Mantis on Zeffo, you’ll come across a workbench and gain the ability to hack droids. To do this, Force Pull an Imperial Probe Droid towards you with :l2: , then when you’re carrying it, press :down: and BD-1 will hack it. It will then hover around and fire blaster bolts at enemies.

You can earn this trophy almost immediately after gaining the ability. Move on from the workbench and you’ll come to an Imperial Probe Droid and a bunch of Stormtroopers. Hack the droid, then get the Stormtroopers to low health and then just run around the platform evading attacks until the droid eventually shoots one dead.

Can’t Touch This

Precision Evade 100 attacks

Precision Evade is a skill you can learn once you gain the ability to double jump during your second visit to Kashyyyk. It costs 2 skill points and is in the Survivor tree.

When you dodge an enemy with  and time it at the last minute, it slows the enemy and refills some of your Force bar. Simply use this ability 100 times and you’ll get the trophy. You can farm it on a single enemy if you wish; in which case Scout Troopers are the easiest as their lunge attacks with their electrified batons are very easily telegraphed.

Look Out Below

Send 25 enemies over the edge

This trophy can be unlocked once you learn the story-related Force Push ability on Zeffo. To use this ability, press  to send an enemy flying back and if this is off a cliff face or platform, they’ll die instantly. Do this 25 times for the trophy.

A good place to farm this is in the Imperial Refinery area on Kashyyyk. When you enter, there is a Meditation Point and just down the path there are five Stormtroopers next to a cliff edge. Manipulate them so that they are facing the chasm, then press  to blast them off. Then return to the Meditation Point to reset the enemy spawns.

Not So Fast

Defeat 25 enemies while they are under the effect of Empowered Slow

Empowered Slow is a skill in the Force tree which you can purchase for 1 skill point after you discover the Bogano Vault.

To use it, you need to hold R1 until Cal charges up his Slow ability and releases a pulse of energy, your controller will vibrate when you get the pulse. If you release too soon before the pulse, it won’t count as Empowered and will just be the regular Force Slow. Then, hit the enemy with a  lightsaber attack.

Hitting an enemy while in Slow will break them out of it, so make sure you either weaken an enemy to within one hit of death first or just farm this on weak enemies like regular Stormtroopers.

Bank Shot

Defeat an enemy by colliding them with another enemy.

For this trophy, you’ll need Force Push which is a story-related ability obtained on Zeffo. To get it, you need to Push an enemy into another enemy and kill either of them.

This can be really tricky to earn with two Stormtroopers as it’s a pain to line them up and it does minimal damage. The best place to get this is on the second visit to Zeffo, just as you enter the Imperial Headquarters. Use BD-1’s Slice and go into the room on the right where there is a Meditation Point. Rest so that the enemies reset. Now, when you go out of this door, there will be an Astromech Droid lined up right in front of a group of Stormtroopers. Immediately press  and the droid should be fired right into a Stormtrooper, killing them both and unlocking this trophy. If you miss, then just go back to the Meditation Point and reset the enemies.

Cal Got Your Tongue?

Slice an oggdo’s tongue

For this trophy, you’ll need to learn Force Pull during the story events in the Tomb of Mitkrull. Then you also need to buy the Grasping Pull skill in the Force tree for 1 skill point. It won’t work without this skill, which increases the power of Pull.

Then you need to find an Oggdo, which are the large toad enemies found on Bogano. There is one directly below the Meditation Point in the Subterranean Refuge, which is useful as you can respawn the Oggdo if you don’t get it.

The hard part is actually getting the Oggdo to use its tongue attack. Try standing a fair distance away, lock on and hope he opens his mouth and starts to use his tongue attack. As soon as you see it, hold to pull the tongue towards you and then quickly press  to slash it with the lightsaber.

Medical Droid

Find all of BD-1’s stim canisters

Green Thumb

Have a fully grown terrarium

During your journeys, you can collect seeds which Greez will plant in his terrarium on the Mantis. Every time you return to the ship with a new seed, make sure to plant it because it takes time to grow into a plant. It’s recommended to get as many of the seeds as you can on your story playthrough and then focus on the remaining ones first on your clean-up since the plants grow while you’re running around in the world. Therefore, they can grow while you’re finding all the other collectibles and it won’t leave you with a grind at the end.

Full House

Recruit all possible crew members for the Mantis

There are a total of five crew members for the Mantis. You start the game with two crew members, Cere and Greez, and quickly obtain a third, BD-1, when you land on Bogano. Then, much later in the story after your second visit to Dathomir, another character joins automatically.

The fifth member is optional, but very easy to find once you learn Force Push on Zeffo. Travel to Bogano and on the landing platform, go down the circular stairs to the room below with the sphere puzzle behind a cage. Ignore that and instead use :r2: to destroy the weak rock wall on the left and you’ll find a Bogling who will join your ship.

Data Disk

Find all of BD-1’s encrypted logs

The game’s Databank is large, but you don’t need to scan everything in the game. The only section which counts for this trophy is ‘Cordova’s Journey’ and there are 19 entries, some story-related and some you have to find yourself.


Fully customize your lightsaber

This trophy is simple and can be earned early in the game if you are opening chests and collecting customization items. To customize your Lightsaber, you need to find workbenches located on the planets, or just use the one in your room on the Mantis.

Once you have access to a workbench, you can customize your Lightsaber’s Colour, Emitter, Switch, Sleeve and Material as long as you’ve collected another variant in that category. Simply change from the default skin in each of the five categories to unlock this.

The Full Glow-Up

Customize the look of Cal, BD-1, and the Mantis

To customize the look of your characters, you need to open chests to find new skins for Cal, both outfit and poncho are needed, and paint jobs for BD-1 and the Mantis. Whenever you acquire them, you can press Option and to reach the Customisation tab and from there choose whichever you like. This can be unlocked as early as Zeffo.

Data Collector

Scan all enemy types

Press  to scan an enemy once they are defeated. If you do this throughout the game for every new enemy you come across, you should get this before the ending.

Echo Location

Discover 75 Force Echoes

Secret Trophies / Achievements

Keep in mind that these may contain spoilers of the games’ story.