Stronghold Prestige Guide

Stronghold Prestige Guide

Prestige is a score that is made up of multiple things related to strongholds and decorations. Strongholds with higher prestige are listed higher on the public strongholds listing if you choose to list your stronghold there. For example, my stronghold with a 1,000 prestige will be listed a lot lower than someone who has unlocked a ton of decorations.


How does Prestige work?

There are two types of stronghold-related Prestige.

Legacy Stronghold Prestige – Legacy prestige is made up of how many decorations you have unlocked. Every unique decoration you unlock will increase your Legacy’s Prestige by 100, and subsequent unlocks of the same decoration will increase your Prestige by 2.

To see your legacy stronghold prestige, open the Stronghold Panel. It will be beside a ‘medal’ symbol under the world ‘Personal’ on the left sidebar.


Individual Stronghold Prestige – Each of your Strongholds is scored by multiplying its completion percentage by your Legacy’s Prestige score. You can increase your Stronghold’s completion percentage by unlocking rooms and placing decorations.


In theory, strongholds that top the Public Listing will therefore be the ones that are the most ‘complete’ percentage-wise that are owned by players who have the largest variety of decorations collected and large numbers of the easy-to-get decorations. Collectors often use this score to compete and compare their decoration collections.

Legacy Math Example: If you have collected four different decorations and only have one copy of each, you will have a Legacy Stronghold Prestige of 400 points (100 for each unique decoration). If you had 8 decorations collected, but five of them are the same chair, you would have 408 Legacy Stronghold Prestige Points (100 for each of your four unique decorations, plus 2 points for each of those duplicate four chairs).

Individual Stronghold Math Example: If you have 400 Legacy Stronghold Prestige Points, and your stronghold is 50% decorated, it would be listed as having 200 individual stronghold prestige points (400 x 50% = 200).

Note: There is also a score that is colloquially called ‘prestige’ that involves legacy achievement points. This is completely separate and unrelated to strongholds.

Easy-to-Get Decorations

Each unique decoration is worth 100 points.

Credits Decorations

Buy a stack of as many as you are allowed to own of each deco, as many as you can afford. Each unique is worth 100 points, each duplicate is worth and additional 2 points each, and some stack up to 999.

Crafted Decorations

Craft one of each of these – either yourself or have a friend help. If you plan on buying them, buy the prefabs/war supplies/dark projects rather than the finished decorations.

Easy Decorations

Harder-Work Decorations

Have a suggestion or correction? Go to the Swtorista Website Discord and post your report in the #decorations channel. You will need to make a free Discord account.