Gree Event Guide

The Relics of the Gree event is a limited-time week-long event that happens roughly once a month or every two months in Star Wars: The Old Republic. During the event, you can explore Ilum’s Western Ice Shelf to uncover the Gray Secant, an enormous ancient Gree starship. Your goal is to gain Gree Reputation, which will allow you to buy the rewards, and Gray Helix Components, which are the currency used to pay for some of the rewards, both of which are earned by completing the limited-time Gree quests. The biggest rewards are the Gray Helix weapons, which have a very cool affect, the glowing Scalene armor, the cool sphere mounts, and a ton of decorations for your Stronghold.

How to Start the Gree Event

To start the event while it’s live, you’ll need to be at least level 50, and to have access to the fleet. The introduction quest is located near the northern elevator of the fleet republic side, and near the southern end imperial side – just look for a giant floating blue quest terminal. If you use your Fleet Pass ability to get to the fleet, it will be located just down the stairs from where you load in.

If you’re level 50 or higher, after you watch the cutscene, you’ll receive a short quest called “The Gree Experiment” that leads you to the event on Ilum that will reward you with a reputation item. If you’re under 50, you can still watch the news coverage cutscene, but you won’t be able to participate in the event or pick up any event quests.

If this is not your first time to the event, and you’ve unlocked the Gray Secant, instead of flying to Ilum with your ship, go in to your activities panel which you can get to by clicking the icon of three little people near your minimap, click the Solo tab, then find the activity on the list called “Event: Relics of the Gree” and then click the green travel button. Not only will this get you to the event quickly, but it will also give you an extra weekly quest that will reward you with a purple Gree reputation item and 2 Gray Helix Components!

If that doesn’t show up for you, fly to Ilum with your ship, then take the speeder to the Western Ice shelf far to the left of the map.

Once you arrive, there is a questgiver you can speak to to finish up the introductory quest.

Gree Quests

There are five quests to pick up there from a nearby terminal when you first start – one Heroic quest, 3 daily quests, and two pvp-area quests.

Daily Quests

The first three daily quests are very easy – defeat wildlife, pirates and droids and you’ll be rewarded with Reputation points.

  • [Daily] Confirmation Bias / [Daily] Experimental Bounds
  • [Daily] External Variables / [Daily] Unexpected Variables
  • [Daily] Supplemental Research / [Daily] Catalysis

PvP Quests

The PvP quests are a bit trickier, but just to clarify, you do not need to directly fight other players to complete these quests – instead, you’ll need to go in to an area where player are automatically marked as enemies to other players – so you may be attacked while you are out there.

One important thing to know about these quests is that if you are in a PvE instance, where other players can not attack you, you will not be able to see the objectives. To make them available, you’ll need to open your map, and change your instance in the bottom right to one that says PvP. After you are finished with the event or finished with the PvP quests, you may want to switch back.

The fastest way to get to the PvP area is to take the teleporter in the main base to the “Southern Terminus”. Note that you can’t switch instances inside the center area of the map, so make sure to switch before you use the teleporter, and you can quicktravel back to the main base if you want to switch back to a PvE instance after you are done.

To do the charge the pylon quest, you’ll need to collect orbs from pylons around the contested area, and deposit them in the center. This is where you are most vulnerable – if you are having trouble with other players attacking you, you can always try a different instance on your map if there’s another PvP one available, or come back at a different time, or join a group and work together. The other PvP data quest has you defeat droids, scan military vehicles, and then defeat a strong enemy in the center of the contested area – though sometimes you can find it wandering around on the far southern area of the map.

  • [PvP] Charging the Pylon / [PvP] Charging the Pylon
  • [PvP] Data Retrieval / [PvP] Data Recollection

Heroic Quests

The Heroic quest is quite difficult and you might want to try and find a group to complete it – it’s one of the few quests that will reward you with the special Gray Helix Component currency. You’ll need to find a pylon, activate the pylon multiple times, and defeat each wave of enemies.

Heads up, the pylons in the PvP area area weaker, but you run the risk of other players attacking you as they’re only available in the PvP instances much like the other PvP quests.

  • [Heroic] Primary Testing / [Heroic] Primary Studies

Gray Secant Quests

As you do missions, you’ll level up your reputation rank, and your goal will be to eventually reach Newcomer rank, which will take about three days or three characters worth of dailies. Once you reach Newcomer rank, you’ll be able to buy a special item from a nearby vendor called “Authorization: Gray Secant” which you can then right click in your inventory once you’ve left the vendor.

This will cause two new quests to appear on the mission terminal, The first quest is a daily Gray Secant testing quest that will send inside of the Gray Secant, and defeat a defense droid in a  unique mode of combat. The second quest is is a one-time quest per character to defeat the event operation boss called the Xenoanalyst.

  • [Daily] Advanced Analysis / [Daily] Advanced Testing
  • Unity Examination /  Unity Assessment

Using the special item will also make the “Event: Relics of the Gree” weekly become available through your activities tab and I highly recommend picking it up right away.

If you’re trying to get to the Gray Secant from the platform the event starts on the, the easiest way is to take the nearby teleporter to the “Northern Terminus” which will put you just a little south of the entrance. Make sure to go in from the left Imperial side, or the right Republic side, otherwise the floating partitioner droids will attack you.

Ancient Gree Relays

Inside the Gray Secant, about halfway in, you’ll find a quest-giver for the one-time quest per character called the “Ancient Gree Relays” that will actually send you around the galaxy, and reward you with two Gray Helix Components, a unique Gree droid pet, and a purple reputation item This is a fun explorational quest that can only be completed during the event.

Republic

Locate Vonogarusa-K on Dromund Kaas
Locate Pobarazotu-K on Tatooine
Locate Birabosola-K on Alderaan
Locate Dendotaloga-K on Quesh
Locate Gamrokodavi-K on Hoth
Locate Lomasigaro-K on Voss

Imperial

Locate Takobanulu-K on Coruscant
Locate Pobarazotu-K on Tatooine
Locate Birabosola-K on Alderaan
Locate Dendotaloga-K on Quesh
Locate Gamrokodavi-K on Hoth
Locate Lomasigaro-K on Voss

Quest List

Imperial QuestRepublic QuestReputation ItemRewardObjective
The Gree ExperimentThe Gree ExperimentGreenNoneIntroductory quest
[Daily] Confirmation Bias[Daily] Experimental BoundsGreenNoneObtain Gree Comm Protocol
[Daily] External Variables[Daily] Unexpected VariablesGreenNoneDefeat Tonvarr Forces 0/20,
Recover Soltne Gree Tech 0/5,
Recover Hyperspace Coordinates 0/2
[Daily] Supplemental Research[Daily] CatalysisGreenNoneRecover Combat Specimen Data Chips 0/15,
Gather Crystals 0/6
[PvP] Data Retrieval[PvP] Data RecollectionGreenNoneRetrieve Memory Cores from Droids 0/10, Recover Sensor Array
[PvP] Charging the Pylon[PvP] Charging the PylonBlueNoneCollect Orbs from Energy Condensers,
Charge the Gree Enery Pylons 0/2
[Daily] Advanced Analysis[Daily] Advanced TestingBlueNoneClick terminals in the Gray Secant and defeat the droid at the end
[Heroic] Primary Testing[Heroic] Primary StudiesPurple1 Gray Helix ComponentDefeat Pylon Guardians 0/3,
Complete the Program at a Gree Research Pylons 0/6
Unity ExaminationUnity AssessmentPurple2 Gray Helix ComponentsDefeat Xenoanalyst
The Ancient Gree RelaysAncient Gree RelaysPurple2 Gray Helix Components & L1-L Scout petLocated droids across the galaxy
Event: Relics of the GreeEvent: Relics of the GreePurple2 Gray Helix ComponentsComplete:
  • [Daily] Confirmation Bias / [Daily] Experimental Bounds
  • [Daily] External Variables / [Daily] Unexpected Variables
  • [Daily] Supplemental Research / [Daily] Catalysis
  • [Heroic] Primary Testing / [Heroic] Primary Studies
  • [Daily] Advanced Analysis / [Daily] Advanced Testing

[AREA] Combat Specimen[AREA] Combat SpecimenNoneNoneDefeat Xenoanalyst, Defeat Surgok'k, Defeat Gravak'k

Reputation

Reputation is a way of gaining favor with different groups by completing quests for them. As you level up your reputation rank, more rewards for that reputation track become available.

By using multiple characters, you won’t be limited to how many Gree quests you run, or to how many Gray Helix Components you earn which are the reward currency for the event, but you will still be gated by how many reputation points you can earn – you can only earn a hard limit of 12,000 Gree reputation points in a week. This time-gating mechanism means you’ll only be able to earn up to the Newcomer rank the first week you run the event. If you earn over 12,000 reputation points in a week, then keep doing reputation quests and completing Gree dailies, instead of getting more reputation points, you’ll get reputation items which can be consumed from your inventory in future weeks, so if you get any of these items, just hold on to them until the weekly timer resets. The Gree event reward vendor can be found in the Cartel Bazaar section of the Fleet even after the event, so you’ll be able to spend your Gray Helix Components currency even after the event ends.

You can see your reputation by pressing “Y” on your keyboard or hover over the symbol of a person on the menu. You can hover over the The Gree Enclave name in the list to see how close you are to the next rank, and how many reputation points you have left remaining that you can earn during this week.

  • Outsider – 0 Reputation
  • Newcomer – 0/5,000 Reputation (5,000 total points needed)
  • Friend – 0/7,500 Reputation (12,500 total points needed)
  • Hero – 0/10,000 Reputation (22,500 total points needed)
  • Champion – 0/20,000 Reputation (untested) (42,500 total points needed)
  • Legend – 0/30,000 Reputation (untested) (72,500 total points needed)

You get green and blue reputation items from the dailies, and purple reputation items from the heroic, the world bosses, Xenoanalyst, the one-time Ancient Gree Relays, and the weekly.

Here’s what they give you if you have the 15% guild reputation boost and are subscribed.

  • Green Reputation Token – 312 points (free-to-play/preferred only 156 points) [[unchecked]]
  • Blue Reputation Token – 724 points (free-to-play/preferred only 362 points) [[unchecked]]
  • Purple Reputation Token – 1,663 points (free-to-play/preferred only 831 points) [[unchecked]]

You will need 72,500 total reputation points to reach Legend rank.

Xenoanalyst – Gree Operation Boss

The last quest Gray Secant unlock quest is a one-time quest to defeat the Xenoanalyst operations boss and will reward you with two Gray Helix Components. This is a very strong boss which will require an organized Operation group. There is no way to solo this boss unlike the other quests – and you will want to know a little bit about how to play your class before jumping in to a group – but there’s a Story Mode and a Veteran Mode, and the Story mode does not require a lot of gear or experience, you just need to pay attention and be level 70 or higher. For the Hard Mode it’s quite difficult and you’ll probably want to be level 75 and have some gear. Most players group up for this boss through General chat on Ilum, and it’s the fastest way to earn Gray Helix components, so make sure to keep your eyes open for groups forming!

To get to this boss, you will need to run all the way through the Gray Secant, and there’s a door at the very end to enter the boss’s area. There’s a Republic entrance on the left and Imperial entrance on the right so make sure to go to the correct side so the guardian droids don’t kill you. Many groups forming up will send one member into the Gray Secant, and then use the special guild summon function to summon all other members right outside the door. This makes it so players don’t all have to run there and is very handy, but not all plyers have access to this feature. If a group has a summon, they can also bring along any players who wouldn’t normally have access to the Gray Secant, because they have not reached the Newcomer Rank to buy the Gray Secant Authorization, which is cool.

Story Mode

In Story Mode, the boss is quite easy to fight with a group. There is only a few things you need to pay attention for.

Purple Buttons

During the fight, purple buttons will appears on the inside of the pillars around the boss. There are 6 buttons, so 6 of your 8 group members will want to click a button each – once you’ve clicked a button, you can’t click a second one. So keep your eyes open for the purple buttons, and click one when they show up. Sometimes groups will assign buttons. If that happens, try and remember where your button is to click it, but if you lose it, or someone else clicks your button, go find another purple button to click as soon as possible. Although only 6 buttons need clicking, it’s all 9 players responsibility to help make sure they get clicked. If you’ve clicked a button, you can hide behind the pillar as the boss does a shockwave of damage after all six buttons are clicked.

Datacores

During the fight, the boss will also do another mechanic called datacores, power cores, or environmental awareness. In the past, during this phase, you were supposed to go attack the data core instead of the boss and there’s a beam of light towards the datacore you were supposed to attack. These days, due to the tuning of the fight, it doesn’t make sense to attack the datacore at all. So your group will almost always ignore that mechanic and simply keep attacking the boss.

Species Comparison

Throughout the fight, smaller glowing enemies will also appear. These will happen around the same time as purple buttons happen but not every purple button time. Some groups choose to attack the additional enemies first, or they click the purple buttons first. Either way, keep your eyes on the buttons and make sure to go click one after or before the smaller enemies are dead. If you have a second tank, it’s the second tank’s job to get the attention of these smaller enemies. Heads up, the larger ones in a pair really hurt so as the tank you may one to seperate one and keep it running around the room so it can’t reach you and hurt you.

Thermal Tolerance

During the fight the boss will also cast Thermal Tolerance on the tank on the boss. This is a casted attack that can’t be interrupted and hurts a lot. There are two ways to handle this, you can simply heal through it. Or the tank can quickly run behind a pillar, possibly even starting running before it starts if they get the timing right, as running behind the pillar will break the Thermal Tolerance cast. In Story mode you will probably just heal through it.

Final Phase

At about 15%, the boss will put up an orange shield and will take no damage while the shield is up, a few seconds later, he will glow blue, and this is the burn phase where you need to kill him as quickly as possible. He will be shooting a painful laser beam randomly at different members of the party. The tanks should do their best to swap their taunts when he randomly selects a non-tank so that he mostly blasts the tanks instead who have more defensive stats.

Veteran Mode

In Veteran mode, there’s no new mechanics, but all of them hit a lot harder and the timing is a lot tighter. You’re going to need strong heals, DPS who can push their damage and really be on top of being at the right place at the right time for buttons and cores, and having your tanks be ready to deal with thermal tolerance. In general, just keep in mind the pattern goes Purple Buttons, Thermal Tolerance, Purple Buttons, Cores, Purple Buttons, Adds immediately after, Thermal Tolerance, Cores, Purple Buttons, Adds immediately afterwards, Thermal Tolerance, and ideally at this point you’ll be in the final burn phase of the fight.

Purple Buttons

For the purple button phase in veteran mode, your team will want to assign each player their own button to click before the fight, as it’s important to click the purple buttons as soon as they come out. The first set of purple buttons appears a few seconds in to the fight, so make sure your team knows to start near their button and to be ready to click it fairly soon. In Veteran mode, most players don’t seem to worry about hiding behind the pillars and instead focus on getting ready to jump back on the boss quickly after all buttons are clicked. Having everyone clicking your purple buttons quickly when they pop up is how you can maximize your damage on the boss, as he can’t be hurt until every clicks their button. Having one person straggle holds up the entire group.

The audio cue for buttons is “Problem… this unit’s shield confirms immunity from attacks.” and you’ll also see the Problem Solving Equation cast starting a the same time the purple buttons show up, but you should be heading to your button shortly before this happens. Ranged should be standing right beside their button ready to go.

If you are having trouble identifying where your button is because the pillars are identical, look for the gap between the pillars at the front of the room where the blue entrance door is to orient yourself.

If a purple button is unpressed when team mates got lost, you can call out for a specific player to go and press it. Players who have a sparkly set of orange lights around them have already pressed a button and can not press a second one, so look for a player who does not have those sparkles to call out by name to click the last purple button.

Thermal Tolerance

Debuff

Thermal Tolerance is the biggest difference in Veteran mode. Instead of just hurting the tank, Thermal Tolerance applies a stacking debuff on the tank that will increase the damage that tank takes by 200%. To stop this nasty cast, about 15 seconds after purple buttons are clicked, the tank should run over to beside a pillar and wait there, using any ranged attacks they have and their ranged taunt to keep threat. As soon as Thermal Tolerance starts, the tank should step behind the pillar, which will break the cast. Ideally, the tank will get little or no stacks of the Thermal Tolerance debuff which looks like an orange flaming shield. The other tank needs to make sure to taunt after the Thermal Tolerance cast is interrupted and says “FAILED” on the cast bar, so the boss attacks them instead of attacking the vulnerable tank who may have gotten one or two stacks of Thermal Tolerance if they weren’t quick enough to get behind the pillar.  The audio cue for Thermal Tolerance is “Evaluating thermal tolerance” but if you’re not already beside the pillar by then you’re running late. If you’re running late as a tank, call out to your healer to follow you as you will be behind the pillar and out of sight for heals.

Datacores

In veteran mode, you can not ignore the environmental awareness datacores phase, and your group must quickly switch to the cores and DPS them down. The cores phase is signified by the boss saying “Evaluating battle awareness of environmental cues” and the boss will have a cast called “Environmental Awareness Test”. You’ll know which datacore it is by a by a blue stream of light between him and the core. Identifying and getting to the daatacore quickly is important as the time you spend on the core is time you can’t spend on the boss, so make sure to use any speed boosts or leaps to get there quickly and keep your eyes open for the blue stream of light. When the power core is defeated, you’ll get knocked back, so make sure to aim your character’s back towards the boss so they get knocked back in the right direction – easy way to do this is simply to stand in the blue stream of light going towards the datacore. Just like getting to the core quickly is important, getting back to the boss quickly is also important for pushing more damage on the boss. Ideally, with a good team, you should do two rounds of datacores, and then ignore the third one to focus on the boss and burn him down. The first cores phase comes after the first purple buttons and after the first Thermal Tolerance on the tank, and the second round comes after the Thermal tolerance that comes after the first set of orange adds.

To help your team find the cores faster, you can have your entire team huddle up in the center of the room while attacking Xeno after the first round of Thermal Tolerance. This means everyone gets some group healing, and everyone will be heading to the core form the same direction so players who are lost can simply follow the heard instead of having to look around the entire room to find the core.

Species Comparison

In Veteran mode, have your team ignore the first adds until they reach the middle. There, the tank currently on the boss will use a group taunt, and the second tank will be prepared to single-taunt Xenoanalyst out of the pack.

For the second set of adds, the terantateks, one tank will go grab them and keep their attention while running away, as they hurt when they hit. By then, your team should be burning the boss down, and then can wipe up the terantateks after the boss is finished. So make sure your team knows to ignore the second set of larger Terantatek ads.

The audio cue for the adds is “Comparing participants against species archives” but before that happens you will see the “Species Comparison” cast bar on the boss.

Some groups choose to attack the adds as they come out to reduce damage. The main damage actually comes from Xenoanalyst rather than the first group of smaller orange adds. So it makes more sense to keep the DPS on the boss so they don’t waste time chasing down the adds, and instead bring the adds to the center where they can be AOE’d down with the boss. This also helps the tank keep the adds on them instead of having to chase them if they lose aggro to the DPS.

Final Phase

In veteran mode, the boss still goes in to a burn phase at about 15%, but it hits harder, so instead of the tanks trying to take the hits just let the boss cycle through his random targets, so good luck and use your defensive abilities if he’s targeting you!

Don’t forget to turn the “Target of Target” option on on your User Interface, that way you can see if he’s looking at you while he’s casting his attack.

World Bosses

There are also two special world bosses available to fight that are only available during the event, hidden in caves in the Western Ice Shelf. The first time you enter one of these caves, you’ll also automatically be given a quest called “[AREA] Combat Specimen” to defeat the three large bosses in the area – the Xenoanalyst operation boss, and the two hidden world bosses, Surgok’k and Gravak’k, that require a large group to fight. The quest itself does not have any good rewards, but the two world bosses both drop a Purple reputation item, so they’re worth doing if you see a group being put together in general chat. Both bosses technically have a tank swap mechanic, but many players just ignore it. For Surgok’k  the giant worm there’s a debuff that needs to be cleansed or healed through, and some additional enemies the group will need to dispatch. For Gravak’k the giant wampa, watch out for the red circles so you don’t get hit by icicles falling from the ceiling, and make sure to stay behind him so you don’t get hit by his claws.

Surgok’k

 

Gravak’k

Achievements

In addition to the quests available, there’s also a ton of lore objects and achievements related to this event.

Lore Objects

My favorite lore object is hidden far to the South, a memorial in dedication to the area’s previous purpose as a large open-world PvP area, but you’ll also want to pick one up in the Gray Secant and one from the Tonvarr Pirates in the north.

  • Fray Landing Memorial (in the South)
  • Gray Secant (deep in the Gray Secant)
  • Tonvarr Pirates (north west camp of Tonvarr pirates in a tent)
  • Gravak’k (defeat world boss)
  • Surgok’k (defeat world boss)
  • Xenoanalyst II (defeat operation boss in story mode)
  • Xenoanalyst II (Veteran Mode) (defeat operation boss in veteran mode)

Junior Research Project

My favorite achievement is called Junior Research Project, which will send you across the galaxy to collect data while you have the Miniature Gray Secant pet out, which you can only get once you are Legend rank and costs 50,000 credits. This achievement is time-consuming, but does not need to be completed during the Gree event.

Lraida (Alderaan)
Acklay (Belsavis)
Lobels (Quesh)
Womp Rats (Tatooine)
Bormu (Balmorra)

Gray Perpendicular

If you love the Gree event and run it often, the Gray Perpendicular Achievement will send you out to defeat each of the world bosses ten times, defeat a 1,000 Gree droids on Ilum, and complete the Junior Research Project achievement. If you manage to do all that, you’ll be rewarded with the “Gray Perpendicular” legacy title.

Blue Octagon & Red Octagon

There’s also a lot of player-vs-player achievements. There’s one to defeat ten players by exploding with orb explosions, another to defeat 50 players carrying orbs, one to defeat 100 Imperial players while playing a Republic character, and one to defeat 100 Republic players while playing an Imperial character. If you complete both the orb ones and defeat 100 Imps, you’ll get the “Blue Octagon” legacy title, and if you complete the orb ones and defeat 100 Pubs, you’ll get the “Red Octagon” legacy title.

Xenoanalyst Achievements

L1-L Defender Pet

While not an achievement, there’s also a rare pet that you can only get during the event as a rare drop. The L1-L Defender pet can drop from two enemies. The first is the Ancient Gree Destroyer which can be found in the center of the map, and a second is wandering around in the Southern part of the map along the main paths, but they only show up in the PvP instances, so you are at risk of being attack by other players if you go searching for it. The Ancient Gree Destroyer has a rare chance of dropping the red gree droid pet, but occasionally, instead of the Ancient Gree Destroyer spawning, an Ancient Gree Defender droid will spawn in its place, and has a very high chance of dropping the pet.

Rewards

Now let’s talk about the rewards. You’ll need a combination of two things to get them – the correct Reputation rank, and the correct number of credits or Gray Helix Components, depending on the reward. If you need to work on your Reputation rank, almost any of the Gree quests will reward reputation points. If you need Gray Helix Components, it’s a lot harder – you can only get them from the Heroic which gives you 1, completing the one-time Unity Assessment quest to defeat the Xenoanalyst which gives you 2, defeating the Xenonalyst operations boss 4 to 8, the one-time-per-character Ancient Gree Relays quest which sends you around the galaxy and gives you two, and lastly there is the weekly you can pick up from the activities panel if you have unlocked the Gray Secant which rewards you with two. That means, each week, if you did the heroic quest every day, and completed the weekly, you could earn 9 Gray Helix Components per week per character. If you also did Xenoanalyst, you could also earn a lot more, as you can run the Xenoanalyst boss on story mode and technically hard mode, once per day. Don’t forget that for both Reputation and Components you can run the Gree quests once per day per character, so you can do the quest on your main character every day over the course of the event, or you can run it multiple times a day on your different characters. The glowing gree armors and pets only require reputation and credits, while the weapons cost Gray Helix Components and Champion reputation, and the decorations cost different amounts of components. So if you’re going after the weapons or decorations, you’ll really want to work on getting in to Operations groups and fight the Xenoanalyst to get the Gray Helix Components.

Titles

  • Gree Research Assistant: Newcomer rank
  • Honored Silver Acute: Hero rank
  • Perfect Gold Bisector: Legend rank
  • Gray Perpendicular: Complete all PvE achievements
  • Blue Octagon: Complete all Republic PvP achievements
  • Red Octagon: Complete all Republic PvP achievements
  • Combat Specimen: Defeat both Gree worldbosses and Xenoanalyst

Mounts

Blue Sphere
Legend – 48 Gray Helix Components – Mount

Cyan Sphere
Champion – 48 Gray Helix Components OR 36 Snow-Covered Parcels from Lifeday plus 16 Gray Helix Components – Mount

Red Sphere
??? – Rare drop from Xenoanalyst – Mount

Pets

Miniature Gray Secant
Legend – 50,000 Credits – Pet

Gree Data Core
Newcomer – 50,000 Credits – Pet

L1-L Scout
Friend – Achievement – Pet

L1-L Defender
Rare drop from the Ancient Gree Destroyer / Ancient Gree Defender enemy – Pet

Toy

Gree Digitizer Cube
Hero – 6 Gray Helix Components – Toy

Weapons

Gray Helix Lightsaber
Champion – 18 Gray Helix Components – Weapon, legacy-bound

Gray Helix Saberstaff
Champion – 24 Gray Helix Components – Weapon, legacy-bound

Gray Helix Autocannon
Champion – 24 Gray Helix Components – Weapon, legacy-bound

Gray Helix Blaster
Champion – 18 Gray Helix Components – Weapon, legacy-bound

Gray Helix Blaster Rifle
Champion – 24 Gray Helix Components – Weapon, legacy-bound

Gray Helix Sniper Rifle
Champion – 24 Gray Helix Components – Weapon, legacy-bound

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These offhand weapons are purchasable but can not be seen on the character. They used to be very valuable as there were not many legacy-bound offhands, but these days, at level 75, it is very easy to get legacy-bound offhands.

  • Gray Helix Defense Shield – Hero – 8 Gray Helix Components – Offhand Weapon, legacy-bound
  • Gray Helix Deflector Shield – Hero – 8 Gray Helix Components – Offhand Weapon, legacy-bound
  • Gray Helix Focus – Hero – 8 Gray Helix Components – Offhand Weapon, legacy-bound
  • Gray Helix Generator – Hero – 8 Gray Helix Components – Offhand Weapon, legacy-bound
  • Gray Helix Shotgun – Hero – 8 Gray Helix Components – Offhand Weapon, legacy-bound
  • Gray Helix Vibroknife – Hero – 8 Gray Helix Components – Offhand Weapon, legacy-bound

Decorations

Gree Ambassador
Legend – 20 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Gree Data Terminal
Legend – 4 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Art: Orange Vertex
Newcomer – 6 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Art: Red Bisector
Hero – 10 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Art: White Scalene
Outsider – 2 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Gree Light (Blue)
Newcomer – 2 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Gree Light (Orange)
Newcomer – 2 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Gree Light Pillar (Blue)
Champion – 4 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Gree Light Pillar (Orange)
Champion – 4 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Gree Pillar
Champion – 4 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Gree Wall Panel
Friend – 8 Gray Helix Components – Decoration

Armor

Blue Scalene 
Friend – Credits – Armor, legacy bound and glows

Blue Scalene Armor Set Preview from Star Wars: The Old Republic.Blue Scalene Armor Set Outfit from Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Red Scalene
Friend – Credits – Armor, legacy bound and glows

Red Scalene Armor Set Preview from Star Wars: The Old Republic.Red Scalene Armor Set Outfit from Star Wars: The Old Republic.

White Scalene
Champion – Credits – Armor, legacy bound and glows

White Scalene Armor Set Preview from Star Wars: The Old Republic.White Scalene Armor Set Outfit from Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Other

Schematic: Crystal of Nightmare Fury
Legend – 50 Gray Helix Components – Crafting schematic, increases your damage, healing and health while in a Master Mode Operation (does this still work with scaling?)

Authorization: Gray Secant
Newcomer – 1,000 Credits – Unlocks the Gray Secant quests and area

All Rewards List

ItemReputationCostDescription
Blue SphereLegend48 Gray Helix ComponentsMount
Cyan SphereChampion48 Gray Helix Components OR 36 Snow-Covered Parcels from Lifeday plus 16 Gray Helix ComponentsMount
Red Sphere???Rare drop from XenoanalystMount
Miniature Gray SecantLegend50,000 CreditsPet
Gree Data CoreNewcomer50,000 CreditsPet
L1-L ScoutFriendAchievementPet
L1-L DefenderRare drop from Ancient Gree DestroyerPet
Gree Digitizer CubeHero6 Gray Helix ComponentsToy
Gray Helix LightsaberChampion18 Gray Helix ComponentsWeapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix SaberstaffChampion24 Gray Helix ComponentsWeapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix AutocannonChampion24 Gray Helix ComponentsWeapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix BlasterChampion18 Gray Helix ComponentsWeapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix Blaster RifleChampion24 Gray Helix ComponentsWeapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix Sniper RifleChampion24 Gray Helix ComponentsWeapon, legacy-bound
Gree AmbassadorLegend20 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Gree Data TerminalLegend4 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Art: Orange VertexNewcomer6 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Art: Red BisectorHero10 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Art: White ScaleneOutsider2 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Gree Light (Blue)Newcomer2 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Gree Light (Orange)Newcomer2 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Gree Light Pillar (Blue)Champion4 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Gree Light Pillar (Orange)Champion4 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Gree PillarChampion4 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Gree Wall PanelFriend8 Gray Helix ComponentsDecoration
Blue Scalene BootsFriend12,850 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Blue Scalene BracersFriend9,450 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Blue Scalene ChestguardFriend15,550 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Blue Scalene GauntletsFriend12,850 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Blue Scalene GreavesFriend15,550 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Blue Scalene HeadgearFriend15,550 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Blue Scalene Utility BeltFriend9,450 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Red Scalene BootsFriend12,850 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Red Scalene BracersFriend9,450 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Red Scalene ChestguardFriend15,550 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Red Scalene GauntletsFriend12,850 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Red Scalene GreavesFriend15,550 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Red Scalene HeadgearFriend15,550 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Red Scalene Utility BeltFriend9,450 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
White Scalene BootsChampion35,000 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
White Scalene BracersChampion20,000 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
White Scalene ChestguardChampion50,000 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
White Scalene GauntletsChampion35,000 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
White Scalene GreavesChampion50,000 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
White Scalene HeadgearChampion50,000 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
White Scalene Utility BeltChampion20,000 CreditsArmor, legacy bound and glows
Schematic: Crystal of Nightmare FuryLegend50 Gray Helix ComponentsCrafting schematic, increases your damage, healing and health while in a Master Mode Operation (does this still work with scaling?)
Gray Helix Defense ShieldHero8 Gray Helix ComponentsOffhand Weapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix Deflector ShieldHero8 Gray Helix ComponentsOffhand Weapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix FocusHero8 Gray Helix ComponentsOffhand Weapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix GeneratorHero8 Gray Helix ComponentsOffhand Weapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix ShotgunHero8 Gray Helix ComponentsOffhand Weapon, legacy-bound
Gray Helix VibroknifeHero8 Gray Helix ComponentsOffhand Weapon, legacy-bound
Authorization: Gray SecantNewcomer1,000 CreditsUnlocks the Gray Secant quests and area