Galactic Seasons is a new system being added to Star Wars: The Old Republic, similar to a ‘battle pass’ in other games, where you can complete daily objectives to earn rewards over the course of five months. This new system will be available to both free-to-play and subscribers at no additional cost, with subscribers having an additional reward track to gain cosmetic rewards from. In addition, you will gain tokens which you can spend at a vendor to buy previously-retired items and access to a new stronghold.
Current Season: April 27 – September 28, 2021
UPDATE MAY 25! We have our answers about how to unlock Galactic Seasons with CREDITS now! see this new section of the guide!
UPDATE JUNE 25! We have answers about the returning retired companions like Ranos and Nico! They will return on a weekly rotating basis to the Galactic Seasons Vendor starting June 29, see more info below.
- Galactic Seasons Guide
- Galactic Seasons Vendor
- Galactic Seasons Calendar
- Galactic Seasons Credits Unlocks
- Questions & Answers
- What objectives are there?
- What do I do if my objectives are bugged and won’t work?
- What is currently bugged or broken in the objectives lists?
- How do I get into a story mode operations as they are one of my objectives for the weekly?
- How much does it cost to unlock the track with Credits or Cartel Coins, instead of completing objectives?
- Is Galactic Season per character? Per legacy? Per server?
- How can I claim a reward on multiple characters or servers?
- Can free-to-play and preferred play Galactic Seasons?
- Does Galactic Seasons cost extra money, like a battlepass in other games?
- Galactic Seasons Rewards
Galactic Seasons Guide
To open the Galactic Seasons menu, roll over the icon of a person in the main menu, and choose Login & Seasons Rewards from the dropdown menu. There are two tabs on this window, make sure to select Galactic Seasons at the top.
In the Galactic Season panel, you can see what level you are at near the top left. You start off at level 0, and can go all the way up to level 100. To gain a level in Galactic Seasons, you need to gain 8 Galactic Seasons points, which you can earn by completing objectives.
The points value, which starts at 0 / 800 on the top left, is how many points you have so far for the total season, which is eight hundred points if you want to earn all 100 levels.
On the top right is your progress on completing two dailies per day and two dailies per week. You can click these buttons to easily see what objectives are currently available to you.
At the bottom is the calendar and reward track. Free-to-play and preferred players get only the rewards on the top track, will subscribers get the rewards on both tracks. Tracking your progress to the next level is a bit strange – you need eight points per level, but the progress bar is not the most useful – in the example above, I’ve unlocked level 1, and I am 7/8ths through the bar to level two, so I need 1 more point to unlock level 2. The easiest way to check your progress if you are good at math is just to check your point total at the top left – levels are in multiples of eight, so at 15/16 I know I’m only one point away from my next level.
When you click your Priority Objectives button, it will open the Conquest panel, where your four available Priority Objectives, shortened to PO on the list, will show up on the left as two Weekly PO’s and two Daily PO’s. You can click each objective to learn more about how to complete it. Conquest is a separate but similar system than Galactic Seasons, but they chose to group them together on the same panel, so you don’t need to worry about the rest of the Conquest Objectives on the list or the information on the top right which is only about Conquest.
When you click on an objective, you can see your progress on the right side of the panel, it will often say something like 0/75 enemies defeated or 0/1 matches played. To track this more easily, especially objectives that require defeating enemies, click the “Untracked” checkbox, and if you don’t see it show up on the bottom right of your screen, you can click the symbol of a trophy near your minimap to have your tracked objectives and achievements be visible as you play.
If you do not like your objectives, you can refresh your daily objectives once per day, and refresh your weekly objectives once per week. There’s no warning when you click this button or explanation of what it does, but it will give you a different random objective from the available objective pool.
How many points can I get per day / week?
You can complete two daily objectives a day, and two weekly objectives per week. Daily Objectives will grant you 3 points each as a subscriber, or only 2 points each if you are free-to-play or preferred. Weekly objectives will earn you 12 points each as a subscriber, or 8 points each as a free-to-pay or preferred player. In addition to completing objectives, you can also earn points just by logging in throughout the week – logging in four days in a week will net you an extra 8 points a week as a subscriber, or 4 points as a free-to-play or preferred player. This means as a subscriber you can earn a maximum of 74 points per week total, and free-to-play and preferred players can earn 48 points per week total. Since each level requires 8 points, you can get about nine level per week as a subscriber, or six as a free-to-play or preferred player.
On the first day you play Galactic Seasons as a subscriber, if you grind it, you can get the two dailies and two weeklies done, for a total of 30 points or three levels worth of points. As a free-to-play or preferred player, you could get 20 points in the first day. So yes, you can get the new companion on the first day you play Galactic Seasons no matter what type of account you are playing on!
To reach level 100, as a subscriber you could do it in about ten weeks, of a total of twenty weeks available in the 5-month-long season, so you would need to complete roughly half the objectives.
To reach level 100, as a free-to-play or preferred player, you still need the same 800 points total, but you earn them a lot slower. You can earn 48 points max per week if you did every objective, so you could reach that 800 points at around week 17 and there is only 20 weeks available.
Keep in mind, if you start late, it’s ok – you can start now, and unlock what you missed out on near the end with cartel coins or credits whether you are a subscriber or preferred. However we don’t know the exact mechanics of unlock with CREDITS yet.
Why do I feel I keep getting the objectives every day?
Each week, the objectives pull a random objective from a small pool of objectives. There is about eight different daily objectives and four different weekly objectives in each pool. So when you receive two weekly objectives, you’ve already seen half of all the available options, and some of the options are repeated across multiple weeks or are very similar – for example this week might request that you do Alderaan heroics, while next week might request Balmorra heroics. The pools run in a cycle, so if you really really hate hits week’s objectives, just wait until you see tomorrow’s random objectives in the same pool, and then wait until next week which should have a whole new random pool to choose from.
What do I do if I don’t like my objectives for today or this week?
You can refresh a daily objective once a day, and refresh a weekly objective once a week. So pick the one you like list of your two displayed. To refresh an objective, use the tiny circling refresh button on the top right of the objective’s information.
Galactic Seasons Vendor
The Galactic Seasons Vendor is located in the Supplies section of the fleet in a room beside the Dark vs Light vendors. This vendor named Jaleit Nall sells rewards that you buy with Galactic Seasons tokens, including two new exclusive strongholds located on the Republic and Imperial fleet, and returning retired rewards including retired companions, mounts, pets, weapons, armors and more. The strongholds are available from the vendor all the time, while the other items are available on a set rotating weekly schedule.
Galactic Seasons Tokens
You do not get a token every Galactic Seasons level, and subscribers can earn a total of 15 tokens per season.
|Token #1||Level 5||Free-to-Play & Subscribers|
|Token #2||Level 8||Subscribers only|
|Token #3||Level 24||Subscribers only|
|Token #4||Level 34||Subscribers only|
|Token #5||Level 42||Free-to-Play & Subscribers|
|Token #6||Level 46||Subscribers only|
|Token #7||Level 62||Subscribers only|
|Token #8||Level 69||Free-to-Play & Subscribers|
|Token #9||Level 72||Subscribers only|
|Token #10||Level 76||Subscribers only|
|Token #11||Level 82||Subscribers only|
|Token #12||Level 86||Subscribers only|
|Token #13||Level 89||Free-to-Play & Subscribers|
|Token #14||Level 92||Subscribers only|
|Token #15||Level 100||Free-to-Play & Subscribers|
Jaleit Nall Vendor
The items rotate on a weekly schedule, in four different batches.
|Carrick Station Penthouse Deed (Republic Stronghold)||Always||Stronghold||8 Tokens|
|Vaiken Spacedock Penthouse Deed (Imperial Stronghold)||Always||Stronghold||8 Tokens|
|HK-55 Jetpack||Group A / Week 1||Mount||3 Tokens|
|Lucky 77 Swoop||Group A / Week 1||Mount||3 Tokens|
|Makrin Creeper Seedling||Group A / Week 1||Pet||1 Token|
|Model Gravestone||Group A / Week 1||Pet||1 Token|
|Nico Okarr||Group A / Week 1||Companion||5 Tokens|
|Nico Okarr's Duster||Group A / Week 1||Armor||2 Tokens|
|Nico's Blaster||Group A / Week 1||Weapon||2 Tokens|
|Propaganda: Fight For The Meatbags Replica||Group A / Week 1||Decoration||2 Tokens|
|Tauntaun Ram||Group A / Week 1||Pet||1 Token|
|Title: The Illustrious||Group A / Week 1||Title||1 Token|
|Eternal Empire Patroller||Group B / Week 2||Mount||3 Tokens|
|Galactic Alliance Statue Replica||Group B / Week 2||Decoration||3 Tokens|
|Gannifari||Group B / Week 2||Pet||1 Token|
|HK-55's Blaster Pistol||Group B / Week 2||Weapon||2 Tokens|
|Kakkran Daggerstar||Group B / Week 2||Mount||3 Tokens|
|Model Zakuul Battlecruiser||Group B / Week 2 7||Pet||1 Token|
|Rapid Recon Walker||Group B / Week 2||Mount||3 Tokens|
|Shae Vizla||Group B / Week 2||Companion||5 Tokens|
|Title: Test Pilot||Group B / Week 2||Title||1 Token|
|Title: The Intrepid||Group B / Week 2||Title||1 Token|
|Grand Statue of Revan Replica||Group C / Week 3||Decoration||3 Tokens|
|HK-55 Helmet||Group C / Week 3||Armor||2 Tokens|
|HK-55's Sniper Rifle||Group C / Week 3||Weapon||2 Tokens|
|JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid||Group C / Week 3||Pet||1 Token|
|Mini-Mogul NM-1||Group C / Week 3||Pet||1 Token|
|Model Mach 2||Group C / Week 3||Pet||1 Token|
|Paxton Rall||Group C / Week 3||Companion||5 Tokens|
|Title: Scourge of the Hutts||Group C / Week 3||Title||1 Token|
|Umbaran Patrol Tauntaun||Group C / Week 3||Mount||3 Tokens|
|Chiss Talon Interceptor||Group D / Week 4||Mount||3 Tokens|
|Dazh Ranos||Group D / Week 4||Companion||6 Tokens|
|Heliotropic Subteroth||Group D / Week 4||Pet||1 Token|
|HK-55's Vibrosword||Group D / Week 4||Weapon||2 Tokens|
|JA-3 Speeder||Group D / Week 4||Mount||3 Tokens|
|K1-W4 Astromech Droid||Group D / Week 4||Pet||1 Token|
|Makeb Gazebo Replica||Group D / Week 4||Decoration||2 Tokens|
|RE-1 Scout Droid||Group D / Week 4||Pet||1 Token|
|Title: The Risen||Group D / Week 4||Title||1 Token|
|Altuur Gift||Always w/ Altuur 50 Unlock||Gift||450,000 Credits|
|Altuur Gift||Always w/ Altuur 50 Unlock||Gift||355,000 Credits|
|Altuur Gift||Always w/ Altuur 50 Unlock||Gift||250,000 Credits|
The new Republic Fleet or Imperial Fleet stronghold costs 8 galactic Seasons Tokens.
If you are free-to-play or preferred, you can only get a total of 5 tokens so you can not get it, at least not this season. We don’t know if season tokens will carry over for sure or not yet.
If you are a subscriber, you can get the stronghold at level 69 which is when you would receive your 8th token, if you didn’t spend any tokens already. How long will it take you to get to level 69? Level 69 is achieved when you earn a total of 552 points in Galactic Seasons. If you work very hard, and do every available objective every day and week, you can earn a total of 74 points a week – so the new stronghold can be earned by about your seventh or eighth week. If you do not do every objective, every day, simply follow the points values above to figure out when you might get it. You can also technically pay Cartel Coins early, or Credits throughout the season to unlock your way to level 69.
Both Strongholds? You will only have enough Galactic Seasons Tokens to unlock one stronghold per Season. But you can earn a second round of Tokens on another server. However if you unlock the stronghold on another server, it will not transfer over to your main server. You need to purchase the stronghold ITEM from the vendor, let it sit in your inventory, then transfer that CHARACTER over with the item in their inventory. Transfers cost 1,000 CC. You could also wait until next Season, as tokens carry over.
Ki’at Thavo Vendor
Ki’at Thavo, the other Galactic Seasons vendor, functions a bit differently. Ki’at’s inventory is a select offering of Seasonal rewards found on the Subscriber reward track. Like his counterpart, purchasing something from Ki’at’s inventory requires Galactic Season Tokens, giving Free-to-Play or Preferred players the option to purchase Subscriber Reward Track rewards, while simultaneously giving Subscribers the most flexibility with their Galactic Season Tokens!
While the Season is underway, Subscribers will not be eligible to purchase items from Ki’at Thavo to help prevent accidental purchases of rewards they can earn later from the Subscriber Reward Track. Once the Season concludes, Ki’at’s inventory will open to everyone, giving Subscribers the opportunity to purchase rewards they might have missed out on. Ki’at Thavo’s inventory is Seasonal, and will completely refresh with all new rewards at the start of Season 2.
|Altuur's Ornate Assault Cannon||1 Token|
|Altuur's Ornate Blaster||1 Token|
|Altuur's Ornate Blaster Rifle||1 Token|
|Altuur's Ornate Sniper Rifle||1 Token|
|Altuur's Ornate Dualsaber||1 Token|
|Altuur's Ornate Lightsaber||1 Token|
|Altuur's Infiltrator Customization||4 Tokens|
|Arid Teithek Mount||3 Tokens|
|Subterranean Teithek Mount||2 Tokens|
|Succulent Picolet Beetles (Prototype Altuur gift)||1 Token|
|Immaculate Art of a KubazQueen (Artifact Altuur gift||2 Tokens|
|Detailed Writings of Insecticulture (Legendary Altuur gift)||3 Tokens|
Galactic Seasons Calendar
The first Galactic Season is called “The Stranger From Kubindi” and has rewards based around the new companion you get at Level 1, whose is a Kubaz named Altuur zok Adon.
|Level||Free Reward||Subscriber Reward||Points||CC Cost||Credits Unlock Date|
|1||Ornate Kubazian Box Companion||Shadowlight Mount||8||100||May 28, 2021|
|2||Smuggled Art Decoration||16||200||May 29, 2021|
|3||200 Cartel Coins||24||300||May 30, 2021|
|4||Companion Gift||32||400||May 31, 2021|
|5||Galactic Seasons Token||Altuur's Ornate Sniper Rifle Weapon||40||500||June 1, 2021|
|6||Stronghold Label: Hideout Title||48||600||June 2, 2021|
|7||Companion Gift||56||700||June 3, 2021|
|8||Classic Cartel Weapon Pack Random Item||Galactic Seasons Token||64||800||June 4, 2021|
|9||Art: Portrait of Altuur zok Adon Decoration||72||900||June 5, 2021|
|10||Altuur's Ornate Assault cannon Weapon||80||1000||June 6, 2021|
|11||Companion Gift||88||1100||June 7, 2021|
|12||Legacy Title: Ally to the Kubaz Title||96||1200||June 8, 2021|
|13||200 Cartel Coins||104||1300||June 9, 2021|
|14||Companion Gift||112||1400||June 10, 2021|
|15||Mythran Belt Armor||120||1500||June 11, 2021|
|16||Companion Gift||128||1600||June 12, 2021|
|17||Companion Gift||136||1700||June 13, 2021|
|18||200 Cartel Coins||144||1800||June 14, 2021|
|19||Mythran Gauntlets Armor||152||1900||June 15, 2021|
|20||Altuur's Ornate Blaster Rifle Weapon||160||2000||June 16, 2021|
|21||Insecticulture Research Lab Decoration||168||2100||June 17, 2021|
|22||Class Cartel Armor Pack Random Item||176||2200||June 18, 2021|
|23||200 Cartel Coins||184||2300||June 19, 2021|
|24||Galactic Seasons Token||192||2400||June 20, 2021|
|25||Mythran Boots Armor||Altuur's Ornate Blaster Weapon||200||2500||June 21, 2021|
|26||Subterranean Teithek Mount||208||2600||June 22, 2021|
|27||Companion Gift||216||2700||June 23, 2021|
|28||200 Cartel Coins||224||2800||June 24, 2021|
|29||Mythran Pants Armor||232||2900||June 25, 2021|
|30||Altuur's Ornate Dualsaber Weapon||240||3000||June 26, 2021|
|31||Companion Gift||248||3100||June 27, 2021|
|32||Classic Cartel Mount Pack Random Item||256||3200||June 28, 2021|
|33||200 Cartel Coins||264||3300||June 29, 2021|
|34||Galactic Seasons Token||272||3400||June 30, 2021|
|35||Mythran Helmet Armor||280||3500||July 1, 2021|
|36||Altuur's Infiltration Customization Companion Customization||288||3600||July 2, 2021|
|37||Companion Gift||296||3700||July 3, 2021|
|38||200 Cartel Coins||304||3800||July 4, 2021|
|39||Mythran Chestplate Armor||312||3900||July 5, 2021|
|40||Altuur's Ornate Lightsaber Weapon||320||4000||July 6, 2021|
|41||Mythran Hunter's Bracers Armor||328||4100||July 7, 2021|
|42||Galactic Seasons Token||336||4200||July 8, 2021|
|43||200 Cartel Coins||344||4300||July 9, 2021|
|44||Mythran Hunter's Belt Armor||352||4400||July 10, 2021|
|45||Classic Cartel Weapon Pack Random Item||Altuur's Exquisite Sniper Rifle Weapon||360||4500||July 11, 2021|
|46||Galactic Seasons Token||368||4600||July 12, 2021|
|47||Companion Gift||376||4700||July 13, 2021|
|48||200 Cartel Coins||384||4800||July 14, 2021|
|49||Kubindi Terrarium Decoration||392||4900||July 15, 2021|
|50||Altuur's Exquisite Assault Cannon Weapon||400||5000||July 16, 2021|
|51||Mythran Hunter's Gauntlets Armor||408||5100||July 17, 2021|
|52||Companion Gift||416||5200||July 18, 2021|
|53||200 Cartel Coins||424||5300||July 19, 2021|
|54||Mythran Hunter's Boots Armor||432||5400||July 20, 2021|
|55||Classic Cartel Armor Pack Random Item||440||5500||July 21, 2021|
|56||Arid Teithek Mount||448||5600||July 22, 2021|
|57||Companion Gift||456||5700||July 23, 2021|
|58||200 Cartel Coins||464||5800||July 24, 2021|
|59||Companion Gift||472||5900||July 25, 2021|
|60||Altuur's Exquisite Blaster Rifle Weapon||480||6000||July 26, 2021|
|61||Mythran Hunter's Greaves Armor||488||6100||July 27, 2021|
|62||Galactic Seasons Token||496||6200||July 28, 2021|
|63||200 Cartel Coins||504||6300||July 29, 2021|
|64||Mythran Hunter's Helmet Armor||512||6400||July 30, 2021|
|65||Classic Cartel Mount Pack Random Item||Altuur's Exquisite Blaster Weapon||520||6500||July 31, 2021|
|66||Legacy Title: Honored Among Kubaz Queens Title||528||6600||August 1, 2021|
|67||Companion Gift||536||6700||August 2, 2021|
|68||200 Cartel Coins||544||6800||August 3, 2021|
|69||Galactic Seasons Token||552||6900||August 4, 2021|
|70||Altuur's Exquisite Dualsaber Weapon||560||7000||August 5, 2021|
|71||Mythran Hunter's Chestplate Armor||568||7100||August 6, 2021|
|72||Galactic Seasons Token||576||7200||August 7, 2021|
|73||200 Cartel Coins||584||7300||August 8, 2021|
|74||Starclipse Companion Weapon||592||7400||August 9, 2021|
|75||Classic Cartel Weapon Pack Random Item||600||7500||August 10, 2021|
|76||Galactic Seasons Token||608||7600||August 11, 2021|
|77||Companion Gift||616||7700||August 12, 2021|
|78||200 Cartel Coins||624||7800||August 13, 2021|
|79||Companion Gift||632||7900||August 14, 2021|
|80||Companion Gift||640||8000||August 15, 2021|
|81||Companion Gift||648||8100||August 16, 2021|
|82||Galactic Seasons Token||656||8200||August 17, 2021|
|83||200 Cartel Coins||664||8300||August 18, 2021|
|84||Altuur's Superior Armor Set Companion Armor||672||8400||August 19, 2021|
|85||Classic Cartel Armor Pack Random Item||Altuur's Exquisite Lightsaber Weapon||680||8500||August 20, 2021|
|86||Galactic Seasons Token||688||8600||August 21, 2021|
|87||Companion Gift||696||8700||August 22, 2021|
|88||200 Cartel Coins||704||8800||August 23, 2021|
|89||Galactic Seasons Token||712||8900||August 24, 2021|
|90||Kubindi Hive Farm Decoration||720||9000||August 25, 2021|
|91||Albino Teithek Mount||728||9100||August 26, 2021|
|92||Galactic Seasons Token||736||9200||August 27, 2021|
|93||200 Cartel Coins||744||9300||August 28, 2021|
|94||Altuur's Reconnaissance Customization Companion Customization||752||9400||August 29, 2021|
|97||Classic Cartel Mount Pack Random Item||776||9700||No|
|98||200 Cartel Coins||784||9800||No|
|100||Galactic Seasons Token||200 Cartel Coins||800||10000||No|
Galactic Seasons Credits Unlocks
The Credit Catch-Up system for Galactic Seasons will begin this Thursday, May 27th, so we wanted to take a moment and discuss what this Catch-Up brings with it, how it works, and give some insight into what it may cost.
What is the Credit Catch-Up system?
The Credit Catch-Up system is a way for players to unlock eligible Galactic Seasons Reward Levels with in-game credits to catch back up in their Galactic Seasons progress. It is designed to help players who may have fallen behind our anticipated Galactic Seasons progression cadence, or for those players who are just now joining the Season or may try the Season at a later time.
How does Credit Catch-Up work?
Once active, the Credit Catch-Up system progresses day over day, allowing Reward Levels up to that day to be unlocked with Credits. This means that starting Thursday the 27th at 12:00PM GMT [[UPDATE: There was a 1-day discrepancy in-game!]], Reward Level 1 will be eligible for Credit Catch-Up. On Saturday the 29th*, up to Reward Level 2 will be eligible for Credit Catch-Up. On Sunday the 30th*, up to Reward Level 3 will be eligible for Credit Catch-Up.
This will continue until the Catch-Up system reaches our current Max Catch-Up Level, which is Reward Level 95. Once it reaches that point, all Reward Levels up to Reward Level 95 will remain available for Credit Catch-Up throughout the remainder of the Season, allowing players who have fallen far behind or who come in near the tail end of the Season an opportunity to Catch-Up in their progression.
How do I know which Reward Levels are Catch-Up eligible?
Any Reward Level which is eligible for Catch-Up will show the Credit icon on them with the phrase “Catch-Up”. When a player clicks on that they will be presented with a purchase option of either Cartel Coins or Credits.
Will I be eligible to use this system?
This depends on where you are in the current progression of the Season, and where you may be later on in your progression of the Season. If you are above Reward Level 1 when Catch-Up begins on the 27th*, you will not see any change. If you are new to Galactic Seasons starting on the 27th, you will see Reward Level 1 as an eligible Catch-Up
Players become eligible for Catch-Up if they are behind the day over day progression of the Catch-Up system. As an example, if a player joined the Season on Tuesday June 1st, they would be eligible to use the Catch-Up system to advance to Reward Level 6.
If you are a player who has been advancing throughout the Season naturally, chances are you may never encounter this system – and that’s ok! This system is intended as a means for players who find themselves coming in late to the Season or falling behind in the progression a chance to catch back up. If you never encounter it, you can rest assured that you are making ample progress in the Season!
How much will the Catch-Up system cost?
The cost of each Reward Level unlock is similar to the Jump Ahead system we offer with Cartel Coins in that each Reward Level unlocked is a multiplier against a base cost. In the case of Credit Catch-Up, the base Credit cost is 175,000 Credits. However, unlike the Jump Ahead cost, this Credit cost of each additional Catch-Up grows at an exponential rate.
As an example, here is the cost associated with the first 10 Credit Catch-Up unlocks. Note that this cost is not strictly the first 10 Reward Levels; rather it is the cost for unlocking any 10 Reward Levels through Catch-Up, regardless of which Reward Levels those are.
Catch-Up #1 = 175,000
Catch-Up #2 = 494,974
Catch-Up #3 = 909,326
Catch-Up #4 = 1,400,000
Catch-Up #5 = 1,956,559
Catch-Up #6 = 2,571,964
Catch-Up #7 = 3,241,045
Catch-Up #8 = 3,959,798
Catch-Up #9 = 4,725,000
Catch-Up #10 = 5,533,986
We hope this helps give some clarification and context for the upcoming Catch-Up system! Keep an eye out for an additional post in the near future covering some general Galactic Seasons items! Thank you again for all of your continued feedback.
|Catch-Up # (not lvl)||Credits||Cost|
|Total if you catch|
up level 1-95
2.6 billion lol
Questions & Answers
Many of the questions are answered in the guide above.
What objectives are there?
The objectives rotate on a daily and weekly basis, and pull from the week’s pool.
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Defeat enemies across 'Coreward' planets (Alderaan, Balmorra, Corellia, Mek-Sha, or Onderon).|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Defeat Insectoids across 'Coreward' planets (Alderaan or Balmorra).|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Complete Heroic missions across 'Coreward' planets (Alderaan, Balmorra, or Corellia).|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Complete Daily Missions across 'Coreward' planets (Black Hole or Onderon).|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Compete in any Unranked Warzone match.|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Complete any Galactic Starfighter match.|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Hutta, Korriban, Ord Mantell, or Tython.|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Coruscant or Dromund Kaas.|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Weekly||Complete any of the 'Coreward Worlds' Story Mode Operations (Nature of Progress once, Scum and Villainy once, or Hive of the Mountain Queen three times).|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Weekly||Complete 3 'Coreward Worlds' Veteran Mode Flashpoints through Group Finder (Assault on Tython, Kuat Drive Yards, Depths of Manaan, or Red Reaper).|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Weekly||Complete 3 Unranked Warzone matches.|
|Week 1: Coreward Worlds||Weekly||Complete 4 Galactic Starfighter matches.|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Defeat Enemies across 'Distant Outer Rim'' planets (Belsavis, Hoth, Rishi, or Tatooine).|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Defeat Insectoids across Tatooine.|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Complete Heroic missions across 'Distant Outer Rim' planets (Belsavis, Hoth, or Tatooine).|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Complete Daily Missions across 'Distant Outer Rim' planets (Rishi or Section X).|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Compete in any Unranked Warzone match.|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Complete any Galactic Starfighter match.|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Hutta, Korriban, Ord Mantell, or Tython.|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Coruscant or Dromund Kaas.|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Weekly||Complete any one of the 'Distant Outer Rim' Story Mode Operations (Eternity Vault, Explosive Conflict, Terror From Beyond, or The Ravagers).|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Weekly||Complete any 3 'Distant Outer Rim' Veteran Mode Flashpoints through Group Finder (Battle of Rishi, Blood Hunt, Athiss, Mandalorian Raiders, or Taral V).|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Weekly||Complete 3 Unranked Warzone matches.|
|Week 2: Distant Outer Rim||Weekly||Complete 4 Galactic Starfighter matches.|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Defeat enemies across 'Hutt Space' planets (Makeb, Nar Shaddaa, Quesh, Voss, or Ossus).|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Defeat Insectoids across 'Hutt Space'' planets (Voss or Ossus).|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Complete Heroic missions across 'Hutt Space' planets (Makeb, Nar Shaddaa, or Voss).|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Complete Daily Missions across 'Hutt Space' planets (Makeb or Ossus).|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Compete in any Unranked Warzone match.|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Complete any Galactic Starfighter match.|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Hutta, Korriban, Ord Mantell, or Tython.|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Coruscant or Dromund Kaas.|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Weekly||Complete any of the 'Hutt Space' Story Mode Operations (Karagga's Palace once, Scum and Villainy once, Toborro's Courtyard three times, or Hive of the Mountain Queen three times).|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Weekly||Complete any 3 'Hutt Space' Veteran Mode Flashpoints through Group Finder (Cademimu, Directive 7, or Kuat Drive Yards).|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Weekly||Complete 3 Unranked Warzone matches.|
|Week 3: Hutt Space||Weekly||Complete 4 Galactic Starfighter matches.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Defeat enemies across 'Seat of the Empire' planets (Oricon, Taris, Yavin 4, or Dantooine).|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Defeat Insectoids across the galaxy.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Complete Heroic Missions on Taris.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Complete Daily Missions across 'Seat of the Empire' planets (Oricon, Yavin 4, or Ziost).|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Compete in any Unranked Warzone match.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Complete any Galactic Starfighter match.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Hutta, Korriban, Ord Mantell, or Tython.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Coruscant or Dromund Kaas.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Weekly||Complete any of the 'Seat of the Empire' Story Mode Operations (Dread Fortress once, Dread Palace once, Temple of Sacrifice once, or Colossal Monolith three times).|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Weekly||Complete any 3 'Seat of the Empire' Veteran Mode Flashpoints through Group Finder (Korriban Incursion, False Emperor, Boarding Party, The Foundry, or Maelstrom Prison).|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Weekly||Complete 3 Unranked Warzone matches.|
|Week 4: Seat of the Empire||Weekly||Complete 4 Galactic Starfighter matches.|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Daily||Defeat enemies across 'Unknown and Wild Space' planets (CZ-198, Ilum, or Iokath).|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Daily||Defeat Insectoids across the galaxy.|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Daily||Complete Daily Missions across ‘Unknown and Wild Space' planets (CZ-198 or Iokath).|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Daily||Compete in any Unranked Warzone match.|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Daily||Complete any Galactic Starfighter match.|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Hutta, Korriban, Ord Mantell, or Tython.|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Daily||Defeat non-player opponents across Coruscant or Dromund Kaas.|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Weekly||Complete any of the 'Unknown and Wild Space' Story Mode Operations (Gods From the Machine, Terror From Beyond, Hive of the Mountain Queen three times, or Colossal Monolith three times).|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Weekly||Complete any 3 'Unknown Wild Space' Veteran Mode Flashpoints through the Group Finder (Czerka Corporate Labs, Czerka Core Meltdown, Legacy of the Rakata, Battle of Ilum, or Directive 7).|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Weekly||Complete 3 Unranked Warzone matches.|
|Week 5: Unknown and Wild Space||Weekly||Complete 4 Galactic Starfighter matches.|
What do I do if my objectives are bugged and won’t work?
Unfortunately, a lot of the objectives are not working properly, if you get one that is not working, you can refresh the objective and hope to get one that works, otherwise, there is no fix. Bioware is not being very on top of fixing the issues for Galactic Seasons, unfortunately.
What is currently bugged or broken in the objectives lists?
(I’m not keeping good track of these.)
- Sometimes when you refresh an objective, you don’t get a new objective
- Sometimes when you refresh an objective, you get a previously-completed objective
- And sometimes when it’s the next day or week and you’re supposed to have 2 new daily objectves or weekly objectves, you either get a completed one or one is just missing entirely
- Sometimes you get the Section X objective even if you are free-to-play
- Sometimes you get a daily mission to do Rishi dailies and it says something about Section X in the text but no matter what this objective doesn’t work
- A LOT of the “kill x enemies” are broken, these are the ones I know for sure:
- If you kill bugs on Tatooine, it counts for Alderaan
- Sometimes if you unlock Galactic Seasons levels with Cartel coins, especially if you are going fast, you may get charted twice or it may not work, contact support for refund/fix
- Sometimes when you click the objectives button on the Galactic Seasons page it opens your galaxy map
- When tracking “Weekly PO: Coreward Worlds Operations” the tracking incorrectly states “Complete Story Operations in the Outer Rim”.
- When tracking “Weekly PO: Hutt Space Operations” the tracking incorrectly states “Complete Story Operations in the Outer Rim”.
- The “Weekly PO: Hutt Space Flashpoints” suggests that players can complete Colicoid War Games through Group Finder even though Colicoid is not in the rotation of Flashpoints.
- The Daily Priority Objective: “Daily PO: Rishi Daily Missions” is missing from the Outer Rim Event.
- The Daily Priority Objective: “Defeat Balmorra Insectoids” appears for characters under level 28 despite that Balmorra as a planet has the level bracket 32-36 (for Republic) and 16-20 (for Imperial).
- Daily PO: Rishi Daily Missions cannot be completed by completing Daily Missions on Rishi and refers to Section X in the mission description.
- There is supposed to be a previously-retired companion on the Galactic Seasons vendor. Unfortunately, it was broken, so they removed it until they can fix it. It will be added back once it’s not broken. (Nico Okarr, Master Ranos, etc.)
- 6.3a Fixes
How do I get into a story mode operations as they are one of my objectives for the weekly?
You must be level 70+ and subscribed to the game to run operations. Operations are high-level teamwork-based group content that you run with 8 or more other players. Some operations are not too hard, while others can be very difficult. They are more difficult than any story quest or heroic quest in the game, and they require a time commitment of between an hour to two hours, or more if you are not able to join a fully formed group. While there’s no requirement except to be level 70 to enter a story mode operations, if you are not ready to do group content yet, you can frustrate your team easily as they are relying on you to pay attention and follow along. you don’t necessarily need gear, but you will need to have a basic good knowledge of your class – you should know where your interrupt is, where your abilities that are shields and defensive or healing are, and if you are a tank, you will need to understand taunts and threat. Because of this time commitment, and minimum threshold of skill required for ops, many players do not like to invite random players or use the groupfinder, to put operations groups together as there is no guarantee what type of person you will get, or even if that players now what an operation is or not.
So here are the three ways to get into operations after you have prepared yourself by learning the basics of how to play your character:
- Join a guild. Joining a guild that runs operations is the best way to find a group that is welcoming to players who are new to operations. Many guilds run introductory operations for new members. Here is a great place to find a guild, sort by your server and Operations: https://swtorfancommunity.com/guilds/
- General Chat on the Fleet. Players with open spots sometimes advertise these spots in the general chat of the Republic or Imperial fleet. They often use acronyms like TC GF or SM EV that reference different operation names and difficulty modes. The most important one you need to know is LFG/LFM which stands for “looking for group” or “looking for more”. Here is a giant acronyms page, if you ever need to look one up, press CTRL+F on your keyboard and type in the acronym for an explanation
- Server chat channels. Second is to join your server’s special operations chat channels. These are where players advertise they are looking for more players, but who don’t want to post in general chat. Type these to join them, they are per-character: /cjoin allies on Star Forge, /cjoin endgame on Satele Shan, /cjoin lfg on Darth Malgus.
- Discord chat channels. There are various discord servers online you can join that will post when they are looking for more players. some are general server-specific ones, some are simply player-run interest groups.
- Groupfinder? You can join the groupfinder, but the chances of getting a functioning group there is very low. Make sure to check the roles it tried to queue you up for, it often bugs and gives you the wrong role for tank, healer, damage character.
How much does it cost to unlock the track with Credits or Cartel Coins, instead of completing objectives?
Cartel Coins: It’s a flat 100 Cartel Coin fee for each level you want to unlock. So if you are at level zero, and want to jump all the way to level 100, it will cost 10,000 CC. If you’d already earned some levels, for example are level 3 already, the cost to rank up goes down by one hundred times your current level, so going level 3 to level 100 would only cost you 9,700 Cartel Coins. It is not cheaper or more expensive to unlock levels sporadically with Cartel Coins. It is not cheaper to unlock them early, or to unlock them later, as all levels only requires 8 points whether they are near the beginning of the track or near the end.
I do not recommend unlock the track with Cartel Coins, but here are the numbers: 10,000 CC costs approximately $60-$80 USD, depending on whether you buy the 5,500 CC pack at $40 or the 14,500 CC pack at $100. You will have some of your CC ‘returned’ as you rank up partway through the ranks and claim rewards. You will receive all the rewards on the track as long as you are also subscribed, but you will still also only receive a maximum of 15 tokens like all other players, so you will still not be able to afford all the items on the retired rewards vendors even if you unlock the entire track with CC. Do not forget that if you are patient you will be able to unlock the entire track for credits, and although we don’t know the exact numbers yet, it will likely be more affordable / economical with credits. Purchasing the track early is only a good option if you know you will not be available during the last week of the season, and will not be able to earn the rewards or purchase them with credits – for example if you will be without access to gaming at all overseas. Otherwise, this option is mainly available for players who say: I WANT MY REWARDS, AND I WANT THEM NOW!
The most tempting item seems to be the Fleet Stronghold for these types of players, as it does not normally arrive till many weeks down the track. Either way, it will be up to you to decide if $60-$80 USD is worth it to you, so please review the rewards below before purchasing the track. I do not think I would make this purchase myself. – Swtorista
The Cartel Coin option does seem to be a useful option if you are missing a few levels to get to your favorite reward, near the end of the season. For example, if you are at level 60 on the track, and really want the stronghold that comes at level 69 for subscribers, you may want to use some of the free cartel coins you earned to purchase the final nine levels to get your stronghold! Even in this scenario though, if you are patient, it seems you will eventually be able to purchase up to 69 with credits.
Credits: We don’t really know for sure yet. You can not use credits right away to unlock the track, but can “catch up” later. UPDATE MAY 25! We have our answer see this new section of the guide!
Is Galactic Season per character? Per legacy? Per server?
Galactic Seasons is shared between all your character on your server. This means you can contribute to completing your objectives with both your Jedi Knight and your Sith Warrior, who will both share the same objectives, and you don’t need to complete Galactic Seasons with each of your characters. Unfortunately, your friend, even on the same server, will not share the same random objectives with you.
Galactic Seasons itself, however, is per-server. So your progress on one server will not affect your progress on another.
How can I claim a reward on multiple characters or servers?
There are many rewards available from Galactic Seasons, most of which are visible on the track itself, including mounts, weapons, companion gifts, companion customizations, titles, armor and more. You’ll be able to claim the first copy of your reward on a character of your choice, but you only get one copy by default. However, almost every rewards except for companion gifts and the randomized pack items, are also available through collections – if you earn a reward, claim it on one character first, then go in to your Collections and you will be able to unlock it for 10 Cartel Coins. Then every character on your entire account, even on other servers, will have access to that rewards and can create unlimited copies.
If you play on multiple servers, this can be a blessing or a curse – on one hand, it may feel like you need to grind out Galactic Seasons on multiple servers if you want the rewards on multiple servers – luckily, most of them can be unlocked via collections, though some items like the Stronghold will have to be per-server as they are not in collections. On the other hand, the tracks being separate is a boon to crazy players who really want to unlock multiple Collections items using the Galactic Seasons tokens – subscribers can only earn 15 total per season, but it’s 15 total per season per server… so you could technically earn a total of 75 tokens across five servers, wow! Intense collectors might want to look in to doing this with credits as the season progresses, or efficient players may look into getting just the login rewards on multiple characters across multiple servers. This ability may be curbed in the future, as it’s not particularly what the developers intended, as they hoped for a solid limit of 15 tokens per player per season.
I have tested this and “earned” fifteen tokens by unlocking another server up to level 100, spending the Tokens on items I wanted for collections like the HK-55 Jetpack, and this will leave the tokens on my main server free to buy the Vaiken Space Dock Stronghold! – Swtorista
Can free-to-play and preferred play Galactic Seasons?
Yes! They just get less points and rewards.
Does Galactic Seasons cost extra money, like a battlepass in other games?
Galactic Seasons Rewards
These are the rewards you can earn from the “The Stranger From Kubindi” Galactic Seasons track. If you are a subscriber, you will receive all Altuur-themed rewards by completing the track, while if you are Free-to-play or preferred you will need to consult the track to see which are awarded to you, and you may be able to purchase some of the missing rewards with Galactic Seasons tokens.
Received at Level 1 by both Free-to-Play, Preferred and Subscribed players, Altuur is a new Kubaz companion.
It is unknown what pulled Altuur zok Adon away from the caverns of Kubindi–the Kubaz homeworld–where he was raised. In fact, little is known about Altuur at all, other than the fact that he is a masterfully skilled sniper who appears to value art and literature. Truthfully blunt but exceedingly secretive, the stranger from Kubindi may not freely offer details about himself, but he will gladly offer assistance to those who ask for it.
How do I earn Altuur?
All players, including free-to-play players, can earn Altuur zok Adon the Kubaz by completing the first level of Galactic Seasons during the The Stranger from Kubindi, a 5-month long calendar running April 27, 2021 to September 28, 2021. See the Galactic Seasons guide for more info about how to earn your first level by completing objectives. It is assumed after the end date that Altuur will become retired and no longer available.
How do I raise Altuur’s influence?
Altuur does not like normal gifts, instead he likes insect and Kubaz related gifts, though you can still use a Commander’s Compendium on him.
- Detailed Writings of Insecticulture (Gift): Give this gift to Altuur zok Adon to instantly increase your influence with him by 20,000. This gift is exclusive to Altuur zok Adon. This gift does not benefit from the Legacy of Promptness Character Perk or the Legacy of Altruism Character Perk, and will not contribute towards the Companion: Benefactor Conquest Objective.
- Immaculate Art of a Kubaz Queen (Gift): Give this gift to Altuur zok Adon to instantly increase your influence with him by 15,000. This gift is exclusive to Altuur zok Adon. This gift does not benefit from the Legacy of Promptness Character Perk or the Legacy of Altruism Character Perk, and will not contribute towards the Companion: Benefactor Conquest Objective.
- Succulent Picolet Beetles (Gift): Give this gift to Altuur zok Adon to instantly increase your influence with him by 10,000. This gift is exclusive to Altuur zok Adon. This gift does not benefit from the Legacy of Promptness Character Perk or the Legacy of Altruism Character Perk, and will not contribute towards the Companion: Benefactor Conquest Objective.
How much can I level up Altuur zok Adon through Galactic Seasons?
- With all of the Companion gifts between the two reward tracks, Subscribers who reach level 100 will be guaranteed to have Altuur zok Adon at Rank 50 Influence by the end of the Season.
How can I level Altuur zok Adon outside of Galactic Seasons?
- Just like other Companions, sending Altuur zok Adon on Crew Skill missions will increase his Influence. Additionally, the Commander’s Compendium will increase his influence to Rank 50.
I got Altuur zok Adon to Rank 50 Influence on my main character, but what about leveling him on other characters?
- Once you have reached Rank 50 Influence with Altuur zok Adon, you will unlock a new Legacy Unlock that allows you to purchase Altuur’s companion gifts with Credits. Visit Jaleit Nall, located in the Galactic Seasons alcove on the Fleet to purchase the gifts.
|Altuur Gift||Always w/ Altuur 50 Unlock||Gift||450,000 Credits|
|Altuur Gift||Always w/ Altuur 50 Unlock||Gift||355,000 Credits|
|Altuur Gift||Always w/ Altuur 50 Unlock||Gift||250,000 Credits|
How can you get Altuur on multiple characters?
- You get one “free” copy of Altuur on a character you claim him on, then can pay 10 Cartel Coins in collections afterwards to get unlimited copies of him across your entire account.
What special gear is there for Altuur?
There is some specific cosmetic gear earned through Galactic Seasons that is only for Altuur. These are for Altuur, not the character, and are reskins of existing expensive/rare items.
- Altuur’s Superior Armor Set (Special Armor for Altuur)
- Altuur’s Infiltrator Customization
- Altuur’s Reconnaissance Customization
- Starclipse (Special Weapon for Altuur)
There are four mounts.
There are twelve weapons available. They say “Altuur” in the name but can be equipped by players, they are not a companion-only weapon. These two sets are very similar, but are not exactly the same.
Altuur’s Exquisite Weapons
- Altuur’s Exquisite Assault Cannon
- Altuur’s Exquisite Blaster
- Altuur’s Exquisite Blaster Rifle
- Altuur’s Exquisite Dualsaber
- Altuur’s Exquisite Lightsaber
- Altuur’s Exquisite Sniper Rifle
Altuur’s Ornate Weapons
- Altuur’s Ornate Assault Cannon
- Altuur’s Ornate Blaster
- Altuur’s Ornate Blaster Rifle
- Altuur’s Ornate Dualsaber
- Altuur’s Ornate Lightsaber
- Altuur’s Ornate Sniper Rifle
There are many interactable decorations that can be clicked or have codex entries associated with them.
Smuggled Art Decoration
Clicking this decoration “opens” it to reveal the smuggled artwork inside.
Art: Portrait of Altuur zok Adon
A painting of the new companion, does not seem clickable. Quite large.
Insecticulture Research Lab Decoration
Laboratory decorations, can be clicked to turn it “on” and “off”.
This pretty decoration can be
Kubindi Hive Farm
Mythran Armor Set
- Mythran Belt
- Mythran Gauntlets
- Mythran Boots
- Mythran Pants
- Mythran Helmet
- Mythran Chestplate
Mythran Hunter’s Armor Set
- Mythran Hunter’s Bracers
- Mythran Hunter’s Belt
- Mythran Hunter’s Gauntlets
- Mythran Hunter’s Boots
- Mythran Hunter’s Greaves
- Mythran Hunter’s Helmet
- Mythran Hunter’s Chestplate
- Legacy Title: Ally to the Kubaz
- Legacy Title: Honored Among the Kubazian Queens
- Stronghold Label: Hideout
- Galactic Season token
- Cartel Coins
Above from left to right: Dazh Ranos (6 Tokens), Paxton Rall (5 Tokens), Nico Okarr (5 Tokens), and Shae Vizla (5 Tokens) Companions.
- Dazh Ranos: Originally available as a very special reward to be earned during the limited-time Dark vs Light event, players are very excited she is now available through Seasons, as she is the only Chiss Jedi featured in the game and she has a very cool set of lightsabers. Master Ranos has always walked her own path, turning her back on the Jedi Council to follow what she calls “the will of the Force.” A true champion of the light side, her journey led her to the farthest reaches of the galaxy, where she used her formidable skills to serve and protect those on the dangerous frontiers of galactic civilization. But now the Force has given her a new purpose: join the Outlander’s Alliance in their battle against the Eternal Empire.
- Paxton Rall: Originally a retired subscriber reward. Paxton thinks of himself and his crew as adventurers seeking glory, fame, wealth, and excitement. Most people would just call them pirates. Whatever they may be labeled as, one thing is certain: they are one of the most capable starship crews in the galaxy, and Paxton one of the finest captains. He’s led his crew to every corner of the galaxy taking on any job, but only if it was exciting and the payday was good. His wandering eye has landed on the Alliance as a potential new client worthy of his standards, so Paxton is determined to achieve new heights of fame and fortune by fighting at the Commander’s side.
- Nico Okarr: First seen in the original Trailer for the game, Nico has some fun side achievements. Years before the Sith Empire launched the Great Galactic War, Nico was one of the most celebrated mercenary spacers on the Outer Rim. His deeds were legendary, but so were his debts, leading him to take the most high-risk and even-higher-reward underworld contracts available. Every criminal syndicate from the Hutt Cartel down competed for his services because he always delivered the goods, no matter the odds. Ultimately, that was his undoing. When the Jedi Order assigned astromech droid T7-O1 to an undercover sting operation as Nico’s co-pilot on the Redshifter, events conspired to place everyone on Korriban just in time for the Sith Empire’s devastating return to Republic space. Nico personally saved Satele Shan and fled the Imperial Fleet to warn Coruscant of the danger–and promptly escaped custody never to be seen again… until now.
Shae Vizla: Due to one of her unique abilities, Shae Vizla is technically the strongest damage companion in the game, and a major part of the Shadow of Revan expansion. Few beings in the galaxy have seen as many battlefields as Shae Vizla. Her list of victories surpasses even Mandalore himself, and the personal fortune she’s amassed after decades as a top-tier mercenary is staggering. The quintessential Mandalorian, Vizla is ruthless in battle, gregarious in close company, and utterly dedicated to perfecting her skills in combat. Despite (or perhaps because of) her years of success, Vizla has taken fewer and fewer contracts in recent years. Her clan has largely withdrawn from galactic events, sparking rumors that Vizla has had a falling-out with her allies in the Empire, Mandalore, or some other powerful client; others believe she’s simply run out of worthy challenges. Whatever the cause, it’s questionable whether such a renowned gun-for-hire can remain on the sidelines for long.
There are only four retired companions and all are available on the Galactic Seasons Vendor.
Above from left to right: Eternal Empire Patroller, Umbaran Patrol Tauntaun, HK-55 Jetpack, and Rapid Recon Walker Mounts, all 3 Tokens each.
Above from left to right and top to bottom: Chiss Talon Interceptor, Kakkran Daggerstar, JA-3 Speeder, and Lucky 77 Swoop Mounts, all 3 Tokens each.
- Eternal Empire Patroller: This is a retired mount that was only available to subscribers in 2016.
- Umbaran Patrol Tauntaun: This is a retired mount that was only available as a subscriber reward in early 2020. This is one of the first retired mounts that specifically lists this phrase as part of its information: Are you worried about not meeting the criteria for this promotion? Fear not! If you miss this promotional window, the Umbaran Patrol Tauntaun will return again in a future game update.
- HK-55 Jetpack: Mount Flourish: This mount has a Mount Flourish. When you press CTRL+Z while mounted, an additional set of jets are unfolded.
- Rapid Recon Walker: This mount is retired and was part of a promotion, it is no longer available.
- Chiss Talon Interceptor: This is a retired mount that was only available through a subscriber promotion in 2018 as part of the Share the Love promotion. All subscribed players received the mount for free, and there was another attached promotion for a free extra 30-days of gametime for returning players with the SWTORSHARETHELOVE, though the code was not needed to be used by current subscribers to get the mount. Hilariously, this mount was originally part of an NVIDIA GeForce Rule the Galaxy Story Pack – the promotion was worded in a way that sounded like all players who had an Nvidia graphics card and bdownloaded the GeForce Experience client and creating an account. However, the terms actually started it was “for a chance” to win the pack, which included the Chiss Talon Interceptor Airspeeder, the Force Veteran’s Armor Set, the Eternal Throne expansion for free and a free Outlander token. Most players had assumed all players who went through the trouble of downloading GeForce Experience client would win… and it seemed only a very, very small percentage of players actually won. So they re-released the speeder through the Share the Love promotion!
- Kakkran Daggerstar: This mount has been offered through various promotions. Although it is in the retired section, it is technically available if you purchase the Origin Deluxe bundle for SWTOR
- JA-3 Speeder: This is a retired mount that was only available to players as part of the Join the Battle! promotion in 2013 – new players had to crate an account, existing players had to subscribe. The reward was a JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid Mini-Pet and a JA-3 Subversive Speeder a well as the Rise of the Hutt Cartel free (which had previously been an expansion you had to buy).
- Lucky 77 Swoop: This is a retired mount that was only available as a subscriber reward in 2014 to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. The Lucky-77 has a chance to “hit the jackpot” when summoned, kicking off a fun animation that tosses holographic coins everywhere. It also has a unique mount sound.
Here is a quick list of retired mounts that are NOT available from the vendor, but may be available in the future as they are retired rewards: Kai Zykken’s MK-85 Log Mount, Prinawe Aggregate, Prinawe Collective, Prinawe Congregate, Prinawe Junction, Prinawe Union, TF-4 Rampage, Victor’s Titan, Victor’s Trailblazer, AC-PT Walker, Corellian Stardrive Vanguard
Above from left to right and top to bottom: Model Zakuul Battlecruiser, Model Gravestone, Model Mach 2, Mini-Mogul NM-1, K1-W4 Astromech Droid, and JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid Mini-pets, all 1 Token each.
Above from left to right and top to bottom: RE-1 Scout Droid, Tauntaun Ram, Makrin Creeper Seedling, Gannifari, and Heliotropic Subteroth Mini-pets, all 1 Token each.
These pets can now all be purchased with 1 Galactic Seasons token, but here is where they were from originally…
- Model Zakuul Battlecruiser: The Model Zakuul Battlecruiser was originally available Black Market Goods Vendor inside the Odessan base. It originally cost 100 Common Data Crystals, a type of endgame currency in the 4.0 update. At some point, likely with the removal of Data Crystals, this pet disappeared form the vendor, and was never placed back
- Model Gravestone: The Model Gravestone was originally available Black Market Goods Vendor inside the Odessan base. It originally cost 200 Common Data Crystals, a type of endgame currency in the 4.0 update. At some point, likely with the removal of Data Crystals, this pet disappeared form the vendor, and was never placed back.
- Model Mach 2: The Model Mach 2 was originally available Black Market Goods Vendor inside the Odessan base. It originally cost 50 Common Data Crystals, a type of endgame currency in the 4.0 update. At some point, likely with the removal of Data Crystals, this pet disappeared form the vendor, and was never placed back.
- Mini-Mogul NM-1: The Mini-Mogul NM-1 is a retired pet players could only obtain for free during 2017 to celebrate the United Force update. “Today, we’re excited to announce the United Forces update coming November 8, 2017. This new update will add a lot of value to all the gameplay systems that contribute to great multiplayer experiences. The primary benefit of this update is that it will be easier for you to join or reconnect with friends, discover new guilds and jump into multiplayer battles. To deliver these benefits together in one update we will connect multiple servers in each region together, uniting players across the galaxy. By joining servers as United Forces, grouping becomes easy and queues for your favorite Flashpoints, Uprisings, Missions, Warzones, Arenas, Galactic Starfighter, and Operations should be much faster. The United Forces update expands your connection to a galactic-sized community of players. We will be integrating our existing seventeen servers to five new servers, one for each existing region and language. Our goal is to make this experience as simple and rewarding as possible. When United Forces goes live, we will be offering new rewards for reconnecting with friends and guildmates in Star Wars: The Old Republic. Log in and play between November 8 – November 27, 2017 to get new rewards: Simply log in to play to get the new Mini Mogul NM-1 Mini-Pet, inspired by one of our classic Operation bosses, Karagga the Unyielding.” View the official post.
- K1-W4 Astromech Droid: The K1-W4 Astromech Droid exists somewhere in the games files, and can be seen in the decorations list as a preview of a decoration. However, there does not seem to be an actual way to get the K1-W4 Astromech Droid ingame. It may have been meant for a Cartel Market item that never came out, or for an achievement that was never released. This K1-W4 Astromech Droid pet was possibly added to the game’s files and decorations list in update 5.10.2. Not to be confused with any other astromechs, this one is not available.
- JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid: The JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid is a retired pet that was only obtainable as a subscriber reward in 2013 as part of the Join The Battle! promotion. Official post copy on forums
- RE-1 Scout Droid: The RE-1 Scout Droid Vanguard is a retired pet players could only obtain for free during 2019 to celebrate the launch of the Star Wars: Fallen Order video game. “We want to offer our heartfelt congratulations to our friends at Respawn on their amazing accomplishment. Friday, November 15th marks the beginning of an exciting new journey as players around the globe begin their adventures with Cal Kestis and his companion BD-1. We cannot wait to join them in a galaxy far, far away! As a studio that loves our Companions, we were especially drawn to BD-1. So, as a special congratulations to the Respawn team, we have built a new droid mini-pet inspired by BD-1. Since The Old Republic takes place thousands of years before the events in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, we worked with the Respawn team to make sure that our droid’s design was properly influenced by BD while also fitting within the Old Republic era. The Respawn team supplied us with early, unused concepts for BD-1 (which you can find in the upcoming book The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order), and we took one of our favorites as the starting point for what would become the RE-1 droid. How can you get RE-1 for yourself? RE-1 will be granted for free to any player that logs into Star Wars: The Old Republic from 6AM Pacific, Thursday, November 14th – 12:01 AM Pacific Tuesday, December 10th. That’s it! Just log in and your very own RE-1 mini-pet will be waiting in your in-game mail. Don’t forget that our 5th expansion, Onslaught, just launched on October 22nd and is free to all subscribers..” View official post
- Tauntaun Ram: The Tauntaun Ram is a retired pet that was only obtanable as a subscriber reward in 2012 as part of a Weekend Pass event, back when the game was subscriber-only. “This weekend, BioWare and LucasArts will be holding another Weekend Pass Free Trial, allowing people who are curious about Star Wars: The Old Republic the opportunity to begin their own personal Star Wars saga free of charge! Plus, if you purchase the game and activate your account on or before April 22nd at 12:00PM CDT, 5:00PM GMT you will receive the in-game Legacy reward: the Legacy Tauntaun Ram Pet, sure to be your new best friend!” Official post
- Makrin Creeper Seedling: The Makrin Creeper Seedling is a retired pet that was only obtainable by players who pre-ordered the Rise of the Hutt Cartel expansion (back when you urchased expansions individually). “Enclosed are your special pre-order item rewards as a thank you for your purchase! Simply click on the items to accept them and have fun as you continue your adventure in Rise of the Hutt Cartel. Have fun, and may the Force be with you!”
- Gannifari: The Gannifari pet was a gift for players who were part of the server consolidations of 2012. Players that had transferred their character onto a qualifying destination server by July 30th received special in-game rewards, the Gannifari mini pet and 25 Black Hole Commendations. You can see the Promo page here.
- Heliotropic Subteroth: The Heliotropic Subteroth is a retired pet that was only obtainable as a subscriber reward in 2014 with the launch of Strongholds. I couldn’t find the official news post but here is a developer video about the pet reward
Here is a quick list of retired petts that are NOT available from the vendor, but may be available in the future as they are retired rewards: LU-20 Builder, MB-6 Micro-Defender Droid, N4-SW Runner, Model Corellian Stardrive Vanguard, Shade Stalker Runt, Taun Fawn
In addition there are a ton of ‘May the 4th’ droids available but it is unclear if they will ever be on the vendor or not. You can see them here. In addition, there are a ton of pets that were only available through certain Cartle Coin Card promotions that are very hard to get ahold of that I would love to see return to the game.
Above from left to right and top to bottom: Nico’s Blaster, HK-55’s Blaster Pistol, HK-55’s Vibrosword, and HK-55’s Sniper Rifle, all 2 Tokens each.
- Nico’s Blaster: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for Nico.
- HK-55’s Blaster Pistol: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for HK.
- HK-55’s Vibrosword: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for HK.
- HK-55’s Sniper Rifle: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for HK.
Above from left to right: Nico Okarr’s Duster and HK-55 Helmet, all 2 Tokens each.
- Nico Okarr’s Duster: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for Nico.
- HK-55 Helmet: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for HK.
Above from left to right: Galactic Alliance Statue Replica, Grand Statue of Revan Replica, Makeb Gazebo Replica, and Propaganda: Fight for the Meatbags Replica Stronghold decorations.
- Galactic Alliance Statue Replica: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period.
- Statue of Revan Replica: Promotional item from pre-ordering the Shadow of Revan expansion back when expansions were purchased.
- Makeb Gazebo Replica: Promotional item from completing a Makeb achievement before it was removed from the game.
- Propaganda: Fight for the Meatbags Replica: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period.