LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – All Challenges In Every Episode 5 Level
- Hoth And Cold
- Assault On Echo Base
- Never Tell Me The Odds
- Hibernation Station
After completing the A New Hope section of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga you will unlock The Empire Strikes Back. This is, famously, one of the darker Star Wars episodes. Which makes it a fun episode to play through here, given the goofy tone of this game. And, of course, alongside this delightful episode comes a thrilling set of new challenges to complete.
From having to fly through the legs of an AT-AT, to needing to beat Darth Vader in record time, these challenges are going to keep you on your toes. Thankfully, you have this guide to help show you the way.
Hoth And Cold
|Avoid the Droid!||Shoot 5 probe droids out of the air without them spotting you first.|
|Not a Probe-lem||Shoot 1 probe droid out of the air without them spotting you first.|
|Stylish Way Down||Find and use all 5 zip wires.|
In Hoth and Cold, we get a rare example of a two-tiered challenge. The “Not a Probe-lem” and “Avoid the Droid” challenges have the exact same goal. You just need to shoot the probe droids before they spot you. There are a number of opportunities to do this, just make sure you aren’t in their sight radius (which appears all around them). If you give yourself enough distance this will be easy as pie.
The “Stylish Way Down” challenge simply requires that you take the zip wire down from each key location. There is a zip line on each satellite tower, as well as a zip line that crosses the chasm, and lastly, there is a zip line located at the laser turret you use to de-ice the bridge. These are essentially unmissable, so don’t worry about not being able to find them.
The 100,000 stud requirement for the True Jedi achievement is steep, but as long as you are scouring the tundra for debris, it is more than doable. Just make sure you don’t head to the end goal point, after you synchronize all three satellites, before getting all the studs required.
Assault On Echo Base
|AT-ATrick||Fly through the legs of an AT-AT|
|Show Off!||Trip up the AT-ATs without the tow cable breaking.|
|Rogue Squadron, Form Up!||Complete the level without being defeated.|
With the Assault On Echo Base mission, you have two challenges that demand that you not fail a single time. So, don’t feel down if you have to repeat this mission once or twice. First of all, the AT-ATrick is the sketchiest of the challenges. If you mess this up, you will instantly explode. This is unfortunate because if you explode, you will lose the “Rogue Squadron, Form Up!” challenge, which demands that you not be defeated. The trick is that you need to fly between the legs when the AT-AT is standing still. So, circle around until you see it taking a break, then swoop through the legs.
The “Show Off” challenge is easy enough to complete. Just fly into the rings that appear while you are attached (you don’t even have to hit every ring). However, if you get mixed up and fly in the other direction, or miss too many rings, your cable will break and you will not be able to complete this challenge this time around.
Beyond that, don’t get destroyed and you will claim the “Rogue Squadron, Form Up!” challenge, and gather 30,000 studs and you will achieve the True Jedi achievement. Just fly through stud rings and you will be more than fine.
Never Tell Me The Odds
|Asteroid Evasion||Avoid contact with the asteroids during the asteroid chase.|
|Proton Power||Destroy 5 TIE Fighters using Proton Torpedoes.|
|Take Evasive Action!||Complete the Star Destroyer encounter without being destroyed.|
There are BARELY challenges in this mission. Both “Asteroid Evasion” and “Take Evasive Action!” amount to you just not dying or running into anything. The diciest moment you are going to encounter is in the asteroid field if you are trying to get all the Minikit pieces, but even then, those asteroids aren’t moving that fast.
For the Proton Power challenge, you simply need to shoot down five TIE Fighters with Proton Torpedoes. The torpedoes will start being available in the second section of the battle (when the third Star Destroyer shows up). Just make your first priority destroying the TIE Fighters, then move on to the Star Destroyer parts. That way you can’t accidentally complete this section without accomplishing the challenge.
On theme with the ease of the rest of the challenges, the 30,000 studs required to complete the True Jedi achievement are easily obtained if you just casually fly through the stud rings.
|You Want to Make That Move?||Build a distraction for the Stormtroopers.|
|Hello, What Have We Here?||Discover and loot an Empire Weapon Cache as a disguised Rebel.|
|Surprise!||Trigger the secret defense on the Landing Pad.|
The first thing you are going to want to do here is to find a few Stormtroopers and give them a good shellacking. There is a small batch of them near where you start this level off. Once you have dismantled them, have Leia wear all the different Stormtrooper pieces. This will give you access to an imperial grenade and the ability to use Imperian terminals. Now, work your way to a hallway that is lined with barricades. Off to the side, you will find some junk to break into pieces. Then, you can rebuild it into a distraction. You want to build the Dejarik Board distraction! This will complete the “You Want to Make That Move?” challenge.
Now, continue forward; you will see an Imperial captain take a card key and run away. Follow him to a set of security doors that need destroying. Just past those doors, on your left, you will see a weapon chest. Use your disguised Leia to open it. Grab one of the weapons and you will complete the “Hello, What Have We Here?” challenge. Finally, at the very end of the stage, when you are on the landing pad, drive the gonk droids to the power plates to the left and to the right of the bridge. This will unlock the landing pad turrets. Use those to hold off the Stormtroopers and blast Boba Fett’s ship when it comes around. This will complete the “Surprise!” challenge.
The True Jedi achievement requires a pretty lofty 100,000 studs. However, there is a ton of crap to destroy on your path to the end of the stage. You can absolutely get a very respectable chunk of studs at the end when you are gunning down the Stormtroopers with the turret (just run out and collect the studs after you take out the first wave).
|Force Feedback||Force Throw 3 separate objects at Darth Vader.|
|Most Impressive||Complete the level in under 10 minutes.|
|Ugnaught-y||Find all of the hidden Ugnaughts throughout the level.|
Your main focus in this mission is going to be speed. So, a quick word of advice, since there are two Minikit pieces that are inaccessible during the story mission run, don’t bother with the Minikit stuff at all. Just pursue the challenges.
Start the mission and beat Vader’s first form. He will run, forcing you to chase after him. When you come to the three tunnels, use R2-D2 to open the left tunnel using the terminal (it is hidden under some debris). This will uncover the first batch of missable Ugnaughts. When you enter into the next room, just go into either wing of the building. Vader will appear, you will battle once again, and he will eventually start tossing stuff at you. Take the initiative and start tossing stuff at him instead. This will complete the “Force Feedback” challenge.
Vader will then toss you out a window; after you work your way back around, you will need to find him in one of the rooms. Before you do, go to the back and open the room on your left, this will reveal the other set of hidden Ugnaughts. Completing the “Ugnaught-y challenge. Open the door across from this one and complete your fight with Vader. As long as you didn’t dally too much, you will earn the “Most Impressive” challenge.
The True Jedi achievement will require that you earn 100,000 studs. This is very achievable in this stage, as it is loaded with junk. Just hammer the force button as you go and Luke will probably blow up enough stuff to get you the amount of studs you need.
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