Want to know each of the Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses awaiting you? Survivor sees the return of our flame-haired protaganist Cal Kestis as he explores space with his cute companion BD-1. As fans of Star Wars will know, there’s usual a baddie or two awaiting any Jedi on their journey.
There is a vast array of Star Wars Jedi Survivor enemies that make up a significant part of the characters list in the Star Wars game, but you’ll go up against the very worst in a series of boss battles. Making sure you have the best Star Wars Jedi Survivor perks equipped, and your favourite lightsaber stances, is essential to bringing them to their knees. To help you, here’s all the Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses you can look forward to. Of course, what’s coming up contains massive Star Wars Jedi Survivor spoilers, so think carefully before you read on.
Every Star Wars Jedi survivor boss in order:
- Ninth Sister
- Dagan Gera
- Reprogrammed Magnaguard
- Drya Thornne
- Tague Louesh
- Korej Lim
- Dagan Gera, again
- Dagan Gera, again again
- Bode Akuna
- Darth Vader
- Bode Akuna, again
The first boss you come up against in Survivor, the Ninth Sister appears early on, during your first time in Coruscant. Far stronger than the last time you faced her, back in Fallen Order, she shouldn’t be underestimated. Use the Ninth Sister’s imposing size against her, using your superior manoeuvrability to get hits in when she least expects it.
The Ninth Sister uses mind-reading to become invincible, so you must break her concentration to get hits in by parrying her attacks.
In the first of three battles against Dagan Gera, he is somewhat weak following stasis, so doesn’t cause too much trouble. He can still use some Force powers, but they’re limited at this stage. Learn his moves, counter his combos, and attack when there’s an opening.
In the Ancient Ruins in your first time in Jedha, you come up against Skriton, a scorpion-like creature with a devastating claw. Despite being one of the earliest bosses in the game, Skriton’s unavoidable grab attack deals massive damage, so be sure to avoid the red area of attack before it hits.
As you might expect, AT-ST’s top-heavy design can be used against it, so attack the walker’s legs during this boss battle, which takes place during the storm in Jedha. Since the AT-ST has a selection of missiles to use against you, you need to keep your distance and take cover as much as possible, which contradicts out earlier advice of attacking its legs. As such, be tactical to switch between close-up melee attacks to its legs and running for cover.
While on the Shattered Moon of Koboh, you’ll come up against a reprogrammed Magnaguard. This is a fairly standard battle, just chipping away at the Magnaguard’s health with standard attacks. However, keep an eye out for the droid turning red, as this signals an in inbound spinning attack.
Drya Thornne’s biggest defence is the ability to turn invisible, but this isn’t as tough on you as it sounds. As it turns out, you can still see their form, so Thornne shouldn’t be able to surprise attack you. He’s very fast though, and throws grenades, so throw his explosives back at him when you can and keep moving. This Drya Thornne battle plays a big part in unlocking the Crossguard lightsaber stance.
Another fairly straightforward battle, just parry Tague Louesh’s attacks and avoid attacks when Louesh turns red as these deals considerably more damage. In case Tague Louesh manages to get a few too many successful jabs in, make sure you know how to heal in Star Wars Jedi Survivor.
Soon after you tame the Relter, one of the Star Wars Jedi Survivor mounts, on the planet Koboh, you meet the bounty hunter Korej Lim. Lim’s unblockable attacks are both ranged attacks, so we recommend you prepare for the battle by unlocking the Blaster lightsaber stance, and taking that into the fight, alongside dual wield lightsabers. Defeating Korej Lim unlocks the bounty hunt side quests which you can carry out for rewards at Pyloon’s Saloon.
Unlike during your first battle against him, Dagan Gera wields a double-bladed lightsaber in battle number two. The most devastating of Gera’s attacks this time round is Double-bladed: Focus Attack. His ligthsaber will orbit around him at speed, so keep your distance as he launches this attack. Dagan Gera’s health can be reduced by parrying his attacks, so when you can’t get a clean hit, just be sure to counter as many of his hits as possible.
The boss on your second visit to the Shattered Moon of Koboh is Rayvis, and this battle is split into two phases. Keep your distance in phase one as Raybis flails around, but you have a chance to attack once each combo ends. Every attack does damage, so keep an eye on your health. Keep your hits about you, and dodge as many flailing attacks as possible.
In phase two, it’s much of the same – only faster. Again, keep dodging and parrying, getting hits in when you get the chance.
The third (and final, you’ll be pleased to hear) time you come up against Dagan Gera, he has a force arm and a double-bladed lightsaber. Perhaps to counteract the fact that your opponent now has two arms again, you can use Bode to your advantage for parts of this battle. Otherwise, it’s pretty much the same as the last one.
Yep, it’s big spoiler time. We warned you. He might have just helped you out against Dagan Gera, but now Bode Akuna is showing his colours and turning against you as one of Jedi Survivor’s final bosses. Surprisingly, though, you can’t actually win this one. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that he’s spent this whole time learning your moves. Either way, just succumb to Bode’s attacks – you don’t have a choice.
BIGGER SPOILER ALERT. Again, you you were warned. If you’ve been wondering if Darth Vader in Star Wars Jedi Survivor following his role in Fallen Order, well, now you have the answer. You’re not going against Vader as Cal Kestis, though, since, following your battle against Bode Akuna, he’s is out for the count. Instead, you’re now in control of Cere. The battle against Darth Vader isn’t too difficult, more a story device than anything. Simply parry his slow and choreographed attacks, and learn his rhythm to get a few attacks in.
Finally, you must confront Bode on Tanalorr following his earlier deception. In this final battle, use your Force powers against Bode’s own to stagger him, and give yourself a chance to attack. After using his Force Powers, Bode will no longer be able to block, so this is the perfect opportunity to deal some significant damage.
Now you are equipped to take on all of the Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses, perhaps you want to rethink those Jedi Survivor difficulty modes and take it up a notch? Don’t forget to keep an eye out for all of the available Star Wars Jedi Survivor collectibles as well, most importantly lightsaber colors, because it’s imperative you look cool when doing battle in one of the best PC games of the year.