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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trophies and Achievements List

by Nicholas Barth

One of the most satisfactory things in the current video game world is accomplishing the task of attaining all of the trophies or achievements that a game has to offer. This is no doubt the case for plenty of players who are currently making their way through the entertaining world of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. However, if you would like to know what all of the trophies and achievements are right at this moment, we have all of the trophies and achievements for the popular game covered for you. 

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trophies and Achievements

There are a total of 40 trophies and achievements that players can earn throughout their Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order adventures. These trophies and achievements span from completing specific parts of the game’s story or by performing certain actions when in combat. 

You can find all of the main story trophies and achievements for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order below:

  • The Mantis – Join the Crew
  • A Long Time Ago – Discover the Bogano Vault
  • The Obstacles is the Way – Complete Tomb of Eilram
  • Everything is Connected – Complete Tomb of Miktrull
  • The Holocron Awaits – Open the Vault
  • Happy Go Wookie – Free the Wookies from Imperial Imprisonment
  • For a More Civilized Age – Craft Your Own Lightsaber
  • Her Name Was Masana Tide – Defeat the Ninth Sister
  • Gorgara Falls – Defeat the Dathomir Winged Terror
  • Blade Master – Hit a Single Enemy with All Lightsaber Types
  • I knew He Was No Good – Defeat the Former Jedi Master
  • Visiting Alderaan Places – Explore the Crashed Venator
  • Full House – Recruit All Possible Mantis Crew Members
  • Trust Only in The Force – Complete Story

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Trophies Achievements

All of the remaining Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order trophies and achievements can be found below:

  • Echo Location – Discover 75 Force Echoes
  • Scum and Villainy – Defeat All Bounty Hunter Types
  • Data Collector – Scan All Enemy Types
  • The Full Glow-Up – Customize Look of Cal, BD-1, and the Mantis
  • Data Disk – Find All of BD-1’s Encrypted Logs
  • Sabersmith – Customize Your Lightsaber Fully
  • Green Thumb – Fully Grow a Terrarium
  • Medical Droid – Find all of BD-1’s Stim Canisters
  • Cal Got Your Tongue? – Slice an Oggdo’s Tongue
  • Bank Shot – Collide an Enemy with Another Enemy to Defeat Them
  • Not So Fast – Use Empowered Slow to Defeat 25 Enemies
  • Look Out Below – Throw 25 Enemies Off of an Edge
  • Can’t Touch This – Successfully Precision Evade 100 Enemy Attacks
  • Don’t Mess with BD-1 – Use Hacked Droid to Defeat an Enemy
  • Big Bang – Use Explosives to Defeat 20 Enemies
  • What Goes Around – Use an Enemy’s own Slowed Blaster Bolt to Defeat Them
  • Kicking Back – Kick a Phillak that has Kicked You
  • Legendary Beasts – Defeat Four Mysterious Creatures
  • Back At You –  Use Reflected Blaster Bolts to Defeat 50 Enemies
  • Perfect Timing – Parry 100 Enemies
  • Kickoff – Use Only Kicks to Defeat an Enemy
  • Triple Take – Use a Single Lightsaber Throw to Defeat Three Enemies
  • A Galaxy Far, Far Away – Complete All of BD-1’s Holomaps
  • Feel The Force – Unlock All Jedi Skills
  • Collector – Collect All Chests and Secrets
  • A New Hope – Earn All Trophies or Achievements

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Nicholas Barth

Guides Writer Nicholas enjoys helping fellow members of the video game community learn more about their favorite games. First-person shooters and Battle Royale games are what you can usually find Nicholas playing when he isn't writing. We will congratulate you if you can find a bigger Call of Duty fan than Nicholas, who has been playing since he got Call of Duty 2 with his first Xbox 360. [email protected]