The new character class system in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga can serve to make every one of the game’s playable characters more useful by expanding the variety of abilities available to them. Every character is classified into a specific class, which affects how they play, bringing a new RPG element to progression that fans haven’t previously experienced at least in this series. Using a new in-game currency called Kyber Bricks, players can repeatedly increase their powers in each of the 10 classes from LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga.
Some abilities, like as the net gun used by Scavengers and control panels used by Protocol Droids, will be shared by all classes. The new class menu in the game allows players to purchase upgrades for several of these skills. An upgrade is applied to all characters of that class after it has been bought and paid for. Even though some characters have capabilities that go beyond their class powers, not doing so would make all characters within the same class equally useful while solving challenges in the game’s missions and open world.
Character classes in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga may be broken down into 10 distinct categories:
LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga has a large number of Jedi characters. Iconic Jedi characters from Luke Skywalker and Rey of the Jedi Order to Plo Koon and Kit Fisto of the Galactic Republic make up this class.
Force Flinger – Increased the Attack Damage causedb y objects thrown with the Force.
Jedi Reflexes – Successful Combat Counters are more powerful and damage nearby enemies.
Trick Time – Increase the Duration of Distract and Panic Jedi Mind Tricks.
Mind Master – Increase the Range of effect for Distract and Panic Jedi Mind Tricks.
All Characters in the Jedi Class
Anakin Skywalker (Episode II — Cape)
Anakin Skywalker (Episode II)
Anakin Skywalker (Episode III — Cape)
Anakin Skywalker (Episode III)
Leia (Training Flashback)
Luke Skywalker (Old — Flashback)
Luke Skywalker (Old — Crait)
Luke Skywalker (Episode V — No Jacket)
Luke Skywalker (Hoth)
Luke Skywalker (Jabba’s Palace)
Luke Skywalker (Training Flashback)
Luke Skywalker (Episode V — Jedi)
Luke Skywalker (Endor)
Luke Skywalker (Episode VI)
Luke Skywalker (Yoda Backpack)
Mace Windu (Cape)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III — Cape)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode I)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode I — No Cape)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode II)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode II — Robe)
Old Ben Kenobi (Tatooine — Hood)
Old Ben Kenobi (Tatooine)
Qui-Gon Jinn (Cape)
Qui-Gon Jinn (Tatooine Disguise)
Rey (Kijimi Coat)
Rey (Episode VII — Jedi)
Rey (Episode IX)
Rey (Grey Jedi Wrap)
In LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, the hero class consists of everyone who is good but not a Jedi. Poe Dameron and Finn are among the few memorable hero characters in the Star Wars universe.
Improved Shield Generator – Increase the shield for ships piloted by Hero characters.
Armoured Disguise – Adds a defense boost to equipped armour pieces, reducing damage taken.
Rebel Heart – Increase how often defeated enemies will drop Recovery Hearts.
Hero Terminal Expert – Hero Terminal interactions can be bypassed, or completed for bonus Studs.
All Characters in the Hero Class
Clone Trooper (Phase I)
Clone Trooper (Commander)
Clone Trooper (Captain)
Clone Trooper (Lieutenant)
Clone Trooper (Sergeant)
Clone Trooper (Phase II)
Clone Trooper (501st Legion)
Clone Trooper (Coruscant Guard)
Clone Trooper (212th Attack Battalion)
Clone Trooper (Kashyyyk)
Finn (Episode VII)
Finn (Bacta Suit)
Finn (Episode IX)
Finn (Kijimi Coat)
Finn (Jacket- White Shirt)
Garven Greis (Red Leader)
General Leia Organa
General Leia Organa (Bandaged)
General Leia Organa (Silver/Grey Robes)
General Leia Organa (Black Robes)
General Leia Organa (Episode IX)
General Rieekan (Hoth — Hood)
Jar Jar Binks
Jar Jar (Senator)
Kaydel Connix (Episode IX)
Leia (Episode IV)
Leia (Jabba’s Palace)
Leia (Cloud City)
Luke Skywalker (Episode IV)
Luke Skywalker (Ceremony)
Luke Skywalker (Rebel Pilot)
Mon Mothma Nien Nunb
Padme (Handmaiden – Orange)
Padme (Battle of Naboo)
Padme (Pilot – Helmet)
Padme (Silver Cape)
Padme (Tatooine Disguise)
Poe Dameron (Black Resistance Jacket)
Poe Dameron (Episode IX)
Poe Dameron (Jacket)
Poe Dameron (Kijimi Coat)
Poe Dameron (Pilot)
Poe Dameron (Pilot – Helmet)
Rose Tico (Crait)
Rose Tico (Episode IX)
Zen Senesca (Rogue 2)
Dark Side Class
Yes, they have their own class in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga: Sith Lords and individuals with a strong Dark Side. That includes people like Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, and Kylo Ren. Other than their affinity for Force Lightning and crimson lightsaber blades, these characters stand out from the rest of the Villainy. In addition, they have a special set of class abilities that no one else does.
Dark Side Abilities
Fear the Dark Side – Enemies and civilians will have an Increased Chance of running away in Fear, and from a further distance.
Power Push – Knocks back more enemies and objects over a Wider Range.
Force Crush – Repeatedly Damage enemies grabbed with the Force.
Dark Rise – Boost the power and capabilities of Force Lift.
All Characters in the Dark Side Class
Anakin Skywalker (Charred)
Anakin Skywalker (Yellow Eyes)
Darth Maul (No Cape)
Darth Vader (No Helmet)
Kylo Ren (Episode IX)
Kylo Ren (No Helmet)
Kylo Ren (No Helmet – Scar)
Kylo Ren (Topless)
Palpatine (Chancellor – Grey)
Palpatine (Chancellor – Red)
Astromech Droid Class
Astromech Droids are an integral part of the Star Wars universe, and this class honors all of them in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga. BB-8, R5-2JE, and K3-R1 are just a few of the lesser-known Astromechs in this collection, which also includes R2-D2.
Astromech Droid Abilities
Distraction – Project a Hologram that distracts nearby enemies for a period of time.
Droid Barge – Slide into enemies while moving, causing Damage.
Astromech Socket Expert – Astromech Socket Interactions can be bypassed, or completed for bonus Studs.
Super-Charged – Add a Shockwave to Stun Prod attacks, which Damages nearby enemies.
All Characters in the Astromech Droid Class
Bounty Hunter Class
Bounty Hunters in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga include iconic Star Wars characters like Boba Fett, Rothgar Deng and Zuckuss. Somehow, there are a lot of them, despite the fact that they’re likely to clash with the heroes of Star Wars, we’re convinced that Kyber Bricks will be well spent on this class.
Bounty Hunter Abilities
Enemy Detector – Detect enemies through walls and other surfaces.
Hidden Bounties – Collect a bounty of Studs from defeated enemies.
Scattershot – Bounty Hunter weapons fire a spread of bolts, causing damage across a wider range.
Shock Grenade – Throws a Shock Grenade which briefly stuns enemies and disables energy shields.
All Characters in the Bounty Hunter Class
Jango Fett (Casual)
Leia (Boussh Disguise)
Zam Wesell (Human
Zam Wesell (Alien Face)
Protocol Droid Class
Like that gold chatterbox C-3PO, the other droids on board are referred to as protocol droids. In addition to K-3PO, TC-14, and H1-NT, there are six further Protocol Droid class characters.
Protocol Droid Abilities
Destructive Disassembly – Release a Shockwave when Disassembling, Damaging nearby enemies.
Paid Translator – Receive Bonus Studs for translating alien languages.
Polished Plating – Add as chance of deflecting bolts fired from enemy weapons.
Turret Tune-up – Bolts fired from Protocol Terminal Turrets will bounce off surfaces, increasing their chances of hitting enemies.
All Characters in the Protocol Droid Class
C-3P0 (Kijimi Coat)
C-3P0 (Episode I)
C-3P0 (Red Arm)
C-3P0 (Red Eyes)
Outer Rim life may be difficult, especially when a war breaks out, as it almost always does in the Star Wars universe. Some of the most memorable characters in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga may be found in the Scavengers, including variants of Rey, Teedo, and the cute Wicket.
Crafty – Add new colour schemes for Scavenger Tools (rebuild the tool to get a new colour from the available schemes).
Expert Climber – Increases Climbing Speed.
Better Breaker Blaster – Increase the Explosive Range and Damage of the Breaker Blaster, making it more destructive in combat.
Advanced Gliding – Increase Speed when using the Glider.
All Characters in the Scavenger Class
Rey (Episode VII)
Rey (Episode VII – Starkiller Base)
Rey (Scavenger Grey Vest)
A collection of LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga allows gamers to take on the roles of some of cinema’s most infamous scoundrels. It may sound like a scoundrel is a bad person, but that isn’t the case at all. None of Han Solo, Lando Calrissian, or Chewbacca are villains; rather, they’re swindlers and smugglers doing the best they can to get by the rules.
Business Opportunist – Recieve a Stud Discount when purchasing Rumours and Hints in the Holoprojector.
Charged Shot – Fire a Charged Shot which causes 25% more Damage and Bounces off surfaces.
Combat Slide – Perform a Combat Slide while running, causing Damage to enemies and objects.
Piercing Rounds – Pierce through cover with Ranged Attacks, inflicting Damage on enemies behind it.
All Characters in the Scoundrel Class
Han Solo (Episode IV)
Han Solo (Episode V)
Han Solo (Endor)
Han Solo (Hoth)
Han Solo (Hoth – Hood)
Han Solo (Carbonite – Shirt)
Han Solo (Episode VII)
Lando Calrissian (Episode IX)
Lando Calrissian (Hermit)
Lando Calrissian (Episode V)
Lando Calrissian (Episode VI – General)
Lando Calrissian (Han Solo’s Clothes)
Lando Calrissian (Jabba’s Palace)
Any evil guy who isn’t proficient with the force is considered a villain in Star Wars. A nasty guy in Star Wars isn’t always a Sith Lord the Empire’s agents are just as wicked as anyone else, and the galaxy is full of them.
Demolitions Expert – Grenades cause Explosive Dmage over a larger range.
Extra Ammo – Weapons found in Weapon Drop Crates carry more Ammo, allowing them to be used longer.
Defence Droid – A training remote will provide backup during combat, attacking your enemies.
Villain Terminal Expert – Villain Terminal Interactions can be bypassed, or completed for bonus Studs.
All Characters in the Villain Class
B1 Battle Droid
B1 Battle Droid (Commander)
B1 Battle Droid (Geonosis)
B1 Battle Droid (Heavy Assault)
B1 Battle Droid (Kashyyyk)
B1 Battle Droid (Security)
Captain Phasma (Cracked Helmet)
DJ (First Order)
Emperor’s Royal Guard
Finn (FN-2187 – No Helmet)
Finn (First Order)
Finn (Episode VIII – Supremacy)
First Order Flametrooper
First Order Jet Trooper
First Order Officer
First Order Officer (Kijimi)
First Order Snowtrooper
First Order Cold Weather Assault Trooper
First Order Special Forces Fighter Pilot
First Order TIE Fighter Pilot
General HuxHan Solo (Stormtrooper)
Han Solo (Stormtrooper — No Helmet)
Imperial Fleet Trooper
Imperial Gunnery Technician
Luke Skywalker (Stormtrooper)
Luke Skywalker (Stormtrooper — No Helmet)
Rose Tico (First Order)
Rose Tico (Episode VIII — Supremacy)
Scout Trooper (Kashyyyk)
Sith Jet Trooper
Stormtrooper (Empire Sergeant)
Stormtrooper (Empire Commander)
Stormtrooper (First Order — Driver)
Stormtrooper (First Order Sergeant)
Stormtrooper (First Order Officer)
Stormtrooper (First Order Heavy Assault)
Stormtrooper (First Order Squad Leader)
Stormtrooper (First Order)
TIE Fighter Pilot
If you’re looking for the most diverse class in the game, under Extras is where you’ll find it. To put it another way, they aren’t in a class. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear that Extras in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will have any special skills. For example, there’s Gummgar, or Dexter Jettster, Unfortunately, they will not have any unique skills in-game.
The beautiful thing about this concept is that any character – even the LEGO Star Wars version of Babu Frik – can fill the same role on a player’s team. As a result, LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga’s Scavenger slot allows players to use the character they most identify with, in every mission without feeling that another character would have been more suited for the job.
All Characters that are Extras in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga