Messengers of the Cold Moon Reputation Guide

Messengers of the Cold Moon is the reputation track attached to Galactic Seasons Season 4 in Star Wars: The Old Republic. Unlike other Reputation tracks that you progress in order to gain cosmetic rewards from a vendor, the Messengers of the Cold Moon track is directly tied into the rewards for Galactic Seasons, Season 4. Galactic Seasons is a long limited-time event where you can do activities weekly to progress on a track and earn limited-time rewards. You will not be able to see this Reputation track on your Reputation list until you have earned at least one point of Reputation with Messengers of the Cold Moon.

Messengers of the Cold Moon

Lore: The Messengers of the Cold Moon are a group that supports pilgrimages across the galaxy. They provide an alternative way of life from that offered by the Jedi and Sith. Their neutral standing have caused the Jedi and Sith to take interest, but the group takes that interest as an opportunity to show the Jedi and Sith a new path.


  • Step 1 – Earn the Amity companion (only available March 28, 2023 – August 14, 2023)
  • Step 2 – Do his introductory Story Quest
  • Step 3 – Collect Notes of Reflection
  • Step 4 – Turn in Notes of Reflection to Amity for Galactic Seasons and Reputation


If you have not already earned Amity and have him on your ship yet, follow this guide about earning him.

Notes of Reflection Currency

As you play while Galactic Season 4 is active, you’ll notice that Season Objectives and random enemies will drop a new type of currency called Notes of Reflection. You can see how many you have earned so far in the Currency tab of your inventory.

How to Turn In

This currency can be turned in to Amity when he is on your ship by right-clicking him, even if he doesn’t have a quest icon. In return for trading in your Notes of Reflection, you’ll get Reputation with the Messengers of the Cold Moon faction, which will earn you unique titles and a few achievements. You can see your Reputation in your Legacy panel, found under the icon of a person in the main menu.

You can only hold up to 200 Notes of Reflection, but it seems you can earn as many as you want each week. When you are turning them in, they are worth the same amount reputation each no matter which option you choose.

  • Free-to-play/Preferred, with no boosts: 25 Reputation Points each Note
  • Subscriber, but no guild: 37 Reputation Points each Note
  • Subscriber with max 15% guild boost: 42 Reputation Points each Note
  • Subscriber with max 15% guild boost and Reputation booster: 57 Reputation Points each Note
  • You can see how many points you are actually earning in the “Other” chat tab after consuming a 1-Note/single reputation item

No matter how many points your Notes are worth, you can only earn 5,000 Reputation points per week, which is the same as turning in 200 Notes to your companion.

If you wanted to reach max Reputation during the event, you would need to turn in a total of 70,000 Reputation points, which is equal to 2,800 Notes without any kind of boosts. Due to the weekly restriction, I think you would need to turn in 140 Notes per week for 20 weeks straight to reach the goal as a free-to-play player with no boosts, or, you could turn in the full 200 for 14 weeks straight. If you are a subscriber, they are automatically worth more, and if you are in a guild with a reputation boost they are also worth more. If you care about achievements, I recommend you turn in as many as you can each week before the weekly reset on Tuesday.

TIP: If you have any of the Reputation boosters from the daily login rewards, these might be a good Reputation track to use them on. They are called Complimentary Major Reputation Boost and they make it so when you consume the item, the next 15 Reputation items you consume will be worth double the reputation points. Do keep in mind that you still can only earn 5,000 points worth, and any additionally you earn go to waste. So don’t assume you can earn 15 purple reputation items and then eat them all in the final week. A good nice way to use this might be during a week where you don’t have a lot of time to play, and don’t plan to earn the full 5,000 Reputation Points for the week.

ESC BUG: When you are talking to Amity to turn in Notes, if you are finding they aren’t going into your inventory, do not press ESC to exit the cutscene – instead follow her dialogue tree until he allows you to leave, or it will cancel your transaction before the Reputation items go into your inventory. To use the Reputation items in your inventory, just right-click them.

GROUP BUG: If you can’t talk to Amity on your ship, you right-click him and nothing happens, you may need to first LEAVE YOUR GROUP. Many of the characters with the old-school text cutscenes can not be spoken to if you are in a group. So leave group, turn in your Notes, then reform your group.

How to Earn

You can earn Notes of Reflection these ways:

  • Daily Objectives grant 2 Notes of Reflection
  • Season Objectives grant 10-15 Notes of Reflection
  • Some Reward Track levels grant 10 Notes of Reflection
  • Flashpoints grant 2-4 Notes of Reflection
  • Uprisings grant 3-5 Notes of Reflection
  • 8 Player Operations grant 12-18 Notes of Reflection
  • 16 Player Operations grant 14-24 Notes of Reflection
  • Lair Bosses (including Event Lair Bosses) grant 2-6 Notes of Reflection
  • Combat with Amity as your companion is prone to produce higher yields of Notes of Reflection. Speaking with an ‘Informative Jawa’ on the Fleet may offer aid in locating Notes of Reflection (see below).


Unlike other Reputation tracks where there are big cosmetic rewards being earned as you go, the Galactic Seasons Reputations are meant to directly tie in with your Galctic Seasons track and help you earn rewards on the track faster.

There are a few Objectives on the track that require you to earn modules, or to turn them in, so keep your eyes on the Objectives list.

You do however unlock some legacy titles for the Messengers of the Cold Moon Reputation track:

  • Newcomer – Legacy Title: Messengers of the Cold Moon Representative
  • Hero – Legacy Title: Mid-level Management
  • Legend – Legacy Title: Deputy Director of Messengers of the Cold Moon


If you are an achievement hunter, you will want to finish the Messengers of the Cold Moon Reputation track during the season October 20, 2022 – March 6, 2023.

  • Respected Guide: Reach Legend Rank in the Messengers of the Cold Moon Reputation Track during the Passage of Peace Season.
  • A Cold Throne of Solitude: Complete all the Passage of Peace Season Achievements (the above Reputation achievement, plus reach Rank 100 on the track, plus complete 100 total weekly objectives during the season)

If you are not hunting achievements, there is no need to rush. To give players the opportunity to unlock all of the Reputation track Achievements, this new reputation track is now tied to the Companion instead of the Season, allowing players to progress through the Reputation track, even after the end of the season, as long as they have earned the companion for that season.

Jawa Intel

You can increase your chances of enemies dropping Notes of Reflection for 60 minutes by using a Jawa Intel item. You can buy this item for 500 pieces of Scrap: Jawa Junk, sometimes known as purple Jawa Junk, from a Jawa hidden in the Cartel Bazaar section of the fleet. This Jawa named Brrazz is located in the northern elevator of the fleet Republic side, and the southern elevator of the fleet Imperial side, and he is hidden behind a shipping crate behind some other Jawas. It is bound to your character once you buy it.

Brazz Jawa Bug: You will not be able to talk to Brrazz in a group. Leave group to speak with him.

Jawa Intel: Messengers of the Cold Moon: This item is bind-on-pickup. “Use: Increases the chance of obtaining Notes of Reflection from defeated enemies across the Galaxy for 60 real time minutes. Only one Jawa Intel can be active at a time. This effect persists through defeat. This Jawa has provided some interesting information which could be useful in tracking down additional Notes of Reflection from enemies across the Galaxy.”

The Jawa mentions you can get purple Jawa Junk from deconstructing items. You can still get small amounts of Jawa Junk from the Daily Login Rewards, and some from deconstructing level 80 gear, and some from gathering missions.

If you happen to have any green Jawa junk you can turn it in for blue Jawa junk, and if you happen to have blue jawa junk you can turn it in for purple by talking to a nearby Jawa named Fuleesh who will convert it for you.