For the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the worlds you will visit are Kashyyk, the home of wookiees, and Ilum, a snow planet. While Ilum is not immediately open for exploration, it will be later. Nur is a dark world with Fortress Inquisitorius, a prison for captured Jedi. If you want to get a taste of the worlds that you’ll be exploring, read on.
If you’ve been playing Star Wars: The Old Republic, you’ve probably noticed that Zeffo is one of the game’s more challenging planets. It features electromagnetic winds, which render most technology useless. Because of this, the landscapes and geography of Zeffo are based on Earth’s windiest locations. In order to avoid being overwhelmed by the force, players will need to learn how to maneuver among high peaks and low valleys, which can be dangerous for newbies and veteran veterans alike.
A world with a rocky terrain, Zeffo was once home to a peaceful community of archaeologists and pioneers. But when the Galactic Empire came to power, they destroyed this community, plundering its historical sites and sacred tombs. After their fall, the Zeffo community fled to the “Great Unknown” in search of a peaceful life. The Galactic Empire’s actions led to the devastation of Zeffo’s inhabitants, and they were eventually left squalid and starving.
Bogano is the early Fallen Order planet where players can meet their BD-1 robot pal, and fight the Legendary Beast. Zeffo, on the other hand, is a core Fallen Order planet, with frozen mountainsides and abandoned buildings. Finally, the game’s other planets are Dathomir, home to the Nightsisters and Darth Maul, a mysterious and evil presence. If you’re looking for some good Star Wars RPGs, this is the one to play.
If you’re unsure of which planet to go to, start by exploring Zeffo’s map. The Zeffo planet contains many mysteries. A visit to Zeffo will help you improve your Force Powers, Abilities, and Doid Upgrades. During the Empire’s occupation, the Zeffo homeworld became a mine for the Empire. However, due to its magnetic winds, the mining project was abandoned. In addition to this, Cal and BD find themselves inside a ancient tomb.
In Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Dathomir is a swamp-covered planet with dynamic political relations. The planet’s history can be understood through the vast canon material. Dathomir’s history and current political situation are explained through various Star Wars canon sources, including the original trilogy. But before we get to Dathomir, let’s briefly review its main features and historical significance.
The planet is home to a number of native species, including the Nightsisters, a race of humanoid beings with dark spots on their bodies and two hearts. This race is also found on Iridonia, though the Iridonian Zabraks have more independence than the Dathomirian Zabraks, and they function as bounty hunters. They are loyal to the Rebel Alliance and can be found in both Dathomirian and Iridonian settings.
The Nightsisters of Dathomir were force-sensitive creatures and were skilled at using magick, the expression of the Force. Dathomir’s society was matriarchal and the Nightsisters answered to the mother. They were powerful, and the Nightsisters controlled the Nightbrother class. Emperor Palpatine, who is skilled in the dark side of the Force, was fearful of Dathomir. His fear of Dathomir’s magic would make him a great challenge to deal with.
After Dooku discovered the Nightsisters’ plan, he sent General Grievous to Dathomir. He and his droid army then killed all of the Nightsisters. The droids were too powerful for the Nightsisters, but Grievous proved to be a highly skilled lightsaber master. The planet’s inhabitants were also loyal to Dooku and Cal.
The Fallen Order introduces players to two new worlds: Bracca and Bogano. After completing Bracca, players will unlock the second planet, Bogano. Both planets act as a sort of tutorial, guiding you to the next level while introducing you to the world’s various elements. Bogano is also a great place to hunt collectibles and trigger events later in the game.
Fans of the Star Wars universe are calling for a cameo from Cal Kestis in Star Wars: The Bad Batch. While it’s unlikely, many fans have already voiced their opinions on social media. Fans hope for a young Cal Kestis to appear in Episode 1 of The Bad Batch, but note that he would not look very different from the character Kanan Jarrus in episode one. Interestingly, the events of Star Wars: The Bad Batch take place several years before the events of The Fallen Order.
The first planet after Bracca is Bogano, which is a cool planet with great exploration. It also has a giant binog, who is adorable and is arguably the most fun character in the game. However, if you’re looking for a more challenging world, Bogano may be a better choice. This world isn’t as difficult as Oggdo Bogdo, but it’s more laid back than Bracca.
In the Fallen Order, players will have access to several planets. There are three playable planets on the game: Cal Kestus, Bracca, and Ilum. All of these planets are located within the game’s galaxy. Players will have to make their way through them in order to find the mysterious Tarfful. However, it’s also possible to find out which planets are the easiest or hardest ones, allowing players to determine which ones are easier than others.
The Ilum planet has been the setting for multiple episodes of Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order. It is also home to a Jedi Temple that contains kyber crystals, which are used in the construction of lightsabers. Cal visits Ilum to build a lightsaber. These kyber crystals were also used on the Starkiller Base during the Clone Wars, which allowed the Empire to use the kyber to power its massive laser weapons.
Several theories have surfaced about the location of the Starkiller Base on Ilum, and there is no official confirmation of this connection. However, the visual dictionary of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker provides many new details that were previously unknown. Among the theories is the fact that the planet was used as a mining facility for kyber crystals by the Empire. The idea that the mining operation was used on Ilum could be a hint to the fate of Starkiller Base in The Force Awakens.
The first people to discover Ilum were the Gree, hundreds of thousands of years before the Galactic Republic took control of the galaxy. They used Ilum as a mining base to harvest kyber crystals for their lightsabers, and eventually used it as a base for their first Death Star. However, due to the over-mining of Ilum, its core broke and caused the massive Imperial Trench to open.
Despite being one of the most mysterious of the fallen order planets, Ilum was the site of several Jedi trials. The planet was also a sacred place, and Jedi came to Ilum for a trial and ritual. Jedi would later use these kyber crystals to power the Death Star. And, of course, the Resistance would destroy it. However, they are still working on finding clues about the Jedi, which is why the planet is so important.
If you’re a fan of the Star Wars franchise and the video game series, you’ve no doubt heard of the jungle-covered world of Kashyyk. This inhabited planet is one of the most important to the Star Wars universe and the home planet of the Wookiees. But what exactly is Kashyyk? Here’s what you should know about this important planet and what you can do to visit it in the game.
The game’s main focus is the exploration of planets, and each one is large and interesting in its own way. There are eight planets to explore in Fallen Order, but only five are meaningfully explored. Of these five, Bogano, Dathomir, Ilum, and Kashyyk offer a singular mission and don’t have many collectibles. Despite this, they are all worth visiting, even if you only visit one or two.
Once you reach the Origin Tree on Kashyyk, you can use the Jedi Flip to reach a secret area. This area contains several platforms, spinning propellor, and water. Once you have it, you can get to the final Imperial Refinery chest and continue on your journey. You can also jump on a spinning propellor that hangs from a branch. If you can jump from platform to platform, you can reach the next area.
The planet Dathomir is a small, icy planet that wasn’t featured in the original Star Wars films, but did appear in the Clone Wars series. Fallen Order’s depiction of Dathomir also features the mysterious Merrin and Malicos. This planet has the same problems as Zeffo, but its enemies are far more impressive. The main difference is that the Dathomir map is much smaller, and the Star Wars storyline takes place on the planet’s surface.