LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga: Parts Farming Guide

The lack of change follows us everywhere, even in a game as relaxing as LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. But here, unlike your bank premises, there are some small techniques to crack the system and fill your pockets. Let’s see.

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The Studs, what exactly is it?

“Studs”, whose name was stolen from our English-speaking friends, or coins, represent the currency of this LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. You can find these absolutely everywhere. Directly on the ground by destroying decorative objects or enemies. It is by assembling it that you can afford almost everything that is available in the game. Ships, upgrades, figurines: it is this currency that opens up all the cockpits and other possibilities. Now let’s go back to the few subtleties to know about it.

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The different varieties of parts

What do I do with all that acid

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Unless you completely missed it, you must have noticed that there are different types of rivets. Four to be exact, each representing a different level of rarity and value. It’s likely you already know what it is, but it’s okay, it’s still time to let go of your best “but tell us Jamy, what do the different colors of the rivets correspond to?”, It’s very simple :

  • Silver coins: These are the most common with a value of 10 units each.

  • Gold coins: These are a bit rarer than the silver ones, but still get 100 units. A nice climb.

  • The blue pieces: It is a bit more complex to get your fingers in blue studs as they usually require a bit of exploration. They are often hidden in the decor, in places that you may or may not ignore. But hey, this little research effort can pay you big with 1000 units per. blue rivets.

  • The purple pieces: they represent the needle in the haystack, though no one has ever had the heck’s idea of ​​embarking on such research. Purple Studs are worth 10,000 units each (!), And are hidden in certain places. The easiest way is to collect them from the locations of the Minikits that you have already collected.

To make your task less tedious when it comes to harvesting your precious sesame, we can only advise you to purchase the “Coin Magnet” upgrade. This allows you to no longer have to run after the parts, as what the name suggests is the latter that comes to you when you are equipped with this tool. In addition, it is available in 3 levels, each time increasing the maximum attraction distance. Well, do not dream either. The ultimate level that would attract all parts of the galaxy does not exist.

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Coin multipliers

Another important element to make you Jeff Bezos in a galaxy far, far away: multipliers. As their name suggests, they allow you to multiply the value of the coins collected during your adventure. There are also 4 that can pay a lot as these multipliers … are cumulative! After buying all the multipliers, take a look at the value of each coin type:

  • Silver coins: 38.400, – pr stk.

  • Gold coins: 384,000 per piece.

  • Blue pieces: 3,840,000 per piece.

  • Purple coins: 38,400,000 per piece.

Simply staggering sums, which legitimize the fact that you can save big coins and data cards from the start of your game. The idea is to get all the multipliers as fast as possible to get the most out of them.

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The perfect levels for growing coins

In the game LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, parts or buds are absolutely everywhere.  Directly on the ground by destroying decorative objects or enemies.

Reasonably smooth traffic

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Now that you have as much knowledge about the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga pieces as Joakim has for his vault, it’s time to get started. Some levels of the game are extremely profitable and allow you to grow the coins in an incredible way. We walk around:

This is where you get rid of the Death Star. This level consists of overcoming a series of TIE warriors who are the main source of coins here. Be sure to eliminate as many as possible so as not to waste too much time in the second area, which consists of destroying generators (remember to nip the purple piece hidden behind it on the left). An efficient agricultural phase is completed as soon as possible, so do not remember to completely clean the area. It is not necessary. This mission can give you up to 100,000 coins.

On this map you can see a key that represents the location of a fort guarded by stormtroopers in the game LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

Wonderful tax card

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Here is what is possibly the most profitable agricultural technique. In the image above you can see a key representing the location of a fort guarded by stormtroopers. Know that you are here in the presence of a real GOLD MINE.

However, there are some prerequisites to meet to optimize your farming. First, it is recommended to use a Bounty Hunter. This class is incredibly powerful and has two very interesting upgrades: “Hidden Bounties”, which gives you 750 coins per. defeated enemy! As well as the following, which changes the firing state of your weapon to send bursts of 4 destructive bullets. It’s done, you’re ready for the next one.

When you arrive in front of this well-guarded fort, open the gate by taking control of the guard. When you are in the enclosure, an alarm goes off and an uninterrupted stream of stormtroopers leaves the door, which is in front of you. All you have to do is knock all these dolls out in a loop without moving away while taking advantage of the amazing combination bonuses. Repeat the operation as many times as your motivation allows while admiring your purse assuming obscene proportions.

You now have all the cards on hand to buy you a little Anakin, make Jabba the Hutt your thing and land gold-plated toilets in your Death Star.

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