Achievements Guide

If you’re playing on Xbox 360 as I am, there is a total of 42 achievements to be unlocked throughout the game. Some achievements are unlocked automatically, others you must work to earn. Here is each achievement, in alphabetical order, a description, and if needed, an explanation on how to unlock it. I’ve added an asterisk in front of the ones that are automatically unlocked during a certain point in the game.

Arcade Master: Get 100 points in Arcade Mode. Arcade Mode is two-player only, so you’d best have two controllers ready. Leave the level set to Senate, and set the target to off. Once the battle begins, drop down to the lower level and use your second controller to repeatedly jump off of the side. Once the first character has 100 points, you’ll get this achievement. — 20 G

*Attack of the Clones: Finish Episode II in Story Mode. (This is just for completing the levels for the first time; you don’t have to get all of the Gold Bricks or Canisters or anything like that.) — 20 G

Bar Room Brawl: Start a Cantina fight with 50 casualties. These 50 casualties don’t need to be all in one fight, but they must be in the main area of the Cantina. — 20 G

Cash In: Sell your Landspeeder to the Jawas. This is part of the level Mos Eisley Spaceport (directions to sell the Landspeeder are in the walkthrough). — 20 G

Cloud Cover: Finish Cloud City still wearing a helmet. This one is a lot easier than it sounds, because after completing the level a first time, you can put on a helmet and save immediately. — 20 G

Collector: Unlock all characters. This description is a little misleading, because you have to both unlock and purchase all of the characters in the Cantina. This achievement will not be unlocked until you unlock Indiana Jones as well, who is found after watching the trailer for the Lego Indiana Jones game in the Cantina bonus area, under the door with the camera above it. — 60 G

Crowd Pleaser: Break Jar Jar 20 times. You’ll first find Jar Jar in the level Invasion of Naboo, where you can get this achievement while walking along the paths before the enemies appear. — 20 G

Did I Break Your Concentration?: Revenge: Destroy The Emperor with Mace Windu. (Lego is usually pretty good at coming up with Achievement names, but this is probably my all-time favorite.) These achievements are actually a lot easier than they sound. They make you think you have to play an entire level and beat a boss with a certain character, but really all you have to do is go to any level in free play with the two characters they mention, and destroy one with the other. — 10 G

Disco King: Set off all three discos. Disco locations are below:

  • The first disco is found in the Episode II area; just Force together the disco ball.
  • The second is found in the level Discovery on Kamino. In the fourth area of the level, activate the Imperial panel on the left side of the hallway. Inside, there are buttons on the ground you have to step on with the other character. Once they’ve all been lit up, some Kaminoans will appear and start dancing.
  • The final disco is in the level The Great Pit of Carkoon. It is found in the third area, simply by destroying and building everything you can in the room and stepping on the white floor panels. — 20 G

Dodger: Perform 200 blaster character dodges. If you’re like me and don’t play as blaster characters very often, you might not know about this move. When you’re shooting and being shot at all at once, keep hitting the button to shoot and your character will automatically roll to the side to dodge the bolts from others. This achievement is easiest unlocked in a level with lots of respawning enemies, such as Jedi Battle, especially when going against a Droideka. — 20 G

Droid Slayer: Destroy 300 droids. You can get this while playing through the prequel trilogy episodes. And, once again, I’ll recommend Jedi Battle as a good level to get this achievement. — 20 G

*The Empire Strikes Back: Finish Episode V in Story  Mode. This is just for completing the levels for the first time; you don’t have to get all of the Gold Bricks or Canisters or anything like that. — 20 G

Fighter Ace: Destroy 50 TIE Fighters. Considering all of the flying levels in the game, this shouldn’t be too difficult to get. — 20 G

Fire in the Hole!: Destroy 10 characters with one thermal detonator. Once again, I’m recommending Jedi Battle for this one. Just start the level with a bounty hunter and throw the thermal detonator into the crowd of enemies. — 20 G

Follower of Fashion: Wear every hat. The hats and their locations are below:

  • In the Episode IV area, you’ll find a hat dispenser between Chapters 3 and 4. Here, you can get the Indiana Jones hat, top hat, Princess Leia’s hair, and red cap.
  • You can find a Stormtrooper helmet in the third area of the level Cloud City Trap.
  • The Bounty Hunter helmet is found at the end of the first area of Jabba’s Palace. — 20 G

Going for Gold: Collect all available Gold Bricks. If you walk by the door of the Episodes, it shows you how many Gold Bricks you collected in each one. There are 20 Gold Bricks per Episode, making there 120 to be found throughout all six Episodes. You can also purchase fourteen in the Cantina, collect six by completing Cantina Bonuses, and get twenty more by completing all of the Bounty Hunter missions, for a total of 160 Gold Bricks in the game. — 60 G

Gopher: Max out the stud counter. Unlock, purchase, and turn on the stud magnet, character studs, and all of the multiplier Power Bricks, then just continue to play the game. Once you get all of the Gold Bricks, you can build a nonstop stud dispenser in the area outside of the Cantina. If you stand underneath this for a while with your Stud Magnet and all multipliers turned on, you should eventually get the achievement. The stud counter gets maxed out at 4,000,000,000. — 20 G

Hands Off!: Revenge: Destroy Anakin with Dooku. These achievements are actually a lot easier than they sound. They make you think you have to play an entire level and beat a boss with a certain character, but really all you have to do is go to any level in free play with the two characters they mention, and destroy one with the other. — 10 G

Harmless?: Disable 5 Droidekas with R2-D2. To disable a Droideka, wait until its shield is down and approach it, then press the button you would use to activate an Astromech panel. The Droideka is only temporarily disabled, but this way you can attack it with another character without worrying about it shooting back. — 20 G

Lego Build-Master: Make 100 Build-its throughout the game. Build-its are just the objects lying on the ground that you have to assemble. After playing through the levels and bonus levels, you should get this achievement. — 20 G

Let the Wookiee Win: Pull 25 arms off other characters. When you’re playing as a Wookiee, press B to sheath your weapon. Approach an enemy and press X to rip off their arms. — 20 G

Lightsaber Defender: Perform 200 perfect Lightsaber deflections. This is easiest done with the Perfect Deflect extra turned on, which can be unlocked in the level Jedi Battle. — 20 G

Lightsaber Master: Perform 20 unblockable combo attacks. This type of combo attack involves three swings– instead of repeatedly tapping the button to swing, you must swing once, then swing again at the end of the first swing, then again at the end of the second swing. You’ll know if you’ve performed it correctly by the sparkles that appear out of your Lightsaber. You can try for this achievement against a partner character who won’t fight back, or go for it in the level Jedi Destiny with Invincibility turned on. This way, you’ll be able to use it against both the Emperor and the Imperial Guards. — 20 G

Love Is…: Crossover: Destroy Jango Fett with Boba Fett. These achievements are actually a lot easier than they sound. They make you think you have to play an entire level and beat a boss with a certain character, but really all you have to do is go to any level in free play with the two characters they mention, and destroy one with the other. — 10 G

Mini Mayhem: Collect all Mini-kits. These are unlocked by collecting ten Canisters in each level. Since ten Canisters count as one Minikit, there are 36 Minikits in total. — 60 G

*A New Hope: Finish Episode IV in Story Mode. This is just for completing the levels for the first time; you don’t have to get all of the Gold Bricks or Canisters or anything like that. — 20 G

Nobody Expects…: Revenge: Destroy The Emperor with Kit Fisto. These achievements are actually a lot easier than they sound. They make you think you have to play an entire level and beat a boss with a certain character, but really all you have to do is go to any level in free play with the two characters they mention, and destroy one with the other. — 10 G

Online Player: Play through an entire level online. All you have to do is play a level with someone else through Xbox Live. (If you can’t find someone to play with, just comment or email me your gamertag and I’d be happy to help you out. 🙂 ) — 20 G

*The Phantom Menace: Finish Episode I in Story Mode. This is just for completing the levels for the first time; you don’t have to get all of the Gold Bricks or Canisters or anything like that. — 20 G

*Return of the Jedi: Finish Episode VI in Story Mode. This is just for completing the levels for the first time; you don’t have to get all of the Gold Bricks or Canisters or anything like that. — 20 G

*Revenge of the Sith: Finish Episode III in Story Mode. This is just for completing the levels for the first time; you don’t have to get all of the Gold Bricks or Canisters or anything like that. — 20 G

Secret Master: Collect all available Red Bricks. This is an achievement you’ll actually have to work on by finding each Power Brick in the game. There are 36 in all, one for each level. You can find my Power Brick guide here, and each description links to the walkthrough of the level where you can find that Power Brick. — 60 G

Shoot First: Shoot first. This is another one you’ll need two controllers for, because it’s achieved in Arcade Mode. Put the settings however you like, because you’ll only be in there for a few seconds. Choose a variation of Han Solo with the first controller, and choose Greedo with the second. When the duel starts, all you have to do is shoot Greedo until he dies. — 20 G

Slam Dunk: Destroy 5 people with one attack (Jedi super slam). The Jedi super slam is the jump-jump-attack combo that I often mention. You can use the extra Super Jedi Slam to help you get a larger radius when you hit the ground. It would probably be easiest to do this in a level with a lot of enemies, such as Jedi Battle. — 20 G

Stormtrooper Slayer: Destroy 300 Stormtroopers. You can get this while playing through the episodes of the original trilogy. I recommend playing the level Death Star Escape to help with this achievement. — 20 G

Strike Me Down:  Revenge: Destroy Darth Vader with Obi-Wan. These achievements are actually a lot easier than they sound. They make you think you have to play an entire level and beat a boss with a certain character, but really all you have to do is go to any level in free play with the two characters they mention, and destroy one with the other. — 10 G

Undecided.: Crossover: Destroy Anakin with Vader. These achievements are actually a lot easier than they sound. They make you think you have to play an entire level and beat a boss with a certain character, but really all you have to do is go to any level in free play with the two characters they mention, and destroy one with the other. — 10 G

Unfaithful:  Crossover: Destroy The Emperor with Darth Maul. These achievements are actually a lot easier than they sound. They make you think you have to play an entire level and beat a boss with a certain character, but really all you have to do is go to any level in free play with the two characters they mention, and destroy one with the other. — 10 G

Use the Force Luke: Death Star Trench Run without firing. In the level Rebel Attack, the final area is a trench. During this portion of the level, don’t shoot to get the achievement. You might want to turn on some extras to help you, such as Invincibility. — 20 G

Who Needs Obi-Wan?:  Revenge: Destroy Darth Maul with Qui-Gon. This is the only crossover/revenge achievement that can be unlocked during your first play-through. During the boss fight of the level Darth Maul, use Qui-Gon to attack instead of Obi-Wan. — 10 G

Yee Haw: Ride all mounts types and ride-ons. Make sure to ride all of the vehicles and creatures inside of Lego City and New City, and you’ll already be close to getting the achievement. The one most people miss is the little spider thing in the level Jabba’s Palace, which isn’t found in the bonus levels. — 20 G

100%: Complete the game to 100%. In order to do this, you’ll have to collect all 160 Gold Bricks and 36 Power Bricks, complete all 36 levels in Challenge Mode, buy everything at the Cantina, and complete all 6 Super Stories. Super Stories are found through the bonus door in each Episode room, and they challenge you by giving you one hour to complete the entire Episode (all six levels) and earn 100,000 Studs throughout the six levels. — 100 G

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Posted on September 6, 2014, in Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, Other Guides (TCS). Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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