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If you copy your save files from the mobile version of the game to a PC, it’s possible to use a PC save editor to modify the files and then transfer them back to the mobile device, effectively letting you make any changes to the game you could to the PC version.
If you ask HK-47 not to call you “master,” it can lead into an argument where he stresses the importance of the distinction between “killer” and “killee.” If you tell him that “killee” is not a word, he responds with, “Expletive: Damn it, master, I am an assassin droid… not a dictionary!” This is a reference to Star Trek and McCoy’s famous “I’m a doctor, not a [other occupation]” catch phrase.
While being interrogated by Saul, you can tell him that the Jedi Compound (which is located on Dantooine) is on Alderaan. This is a reference to A New Hope, in which Leia tells Tarkin that the rebel base is on Dantooine, in order to protect Alderaan.
When you have the bantha fodder for Komad Fortuna, one of the possible dialogue options is “Look, I have your fodder,” which is a play on “Luke, I am your father.”
Some of your party members can craft supplies for you. Talk to them regularly to see if they have supplies available, and then stock up before missions. You can also place the resources into storage containers and then get more. The following items are available from party members:
Revisit Yavin Station regularly to see if new items are in stock. Near the end of the game, you can even get access to special items through the following method.
After you have the final Star Map piece, return to Yavin Station to talk to Suvam, where you’ll run into a battle with a group of Trandoshans. Once you defeat them, Suvam will let you buy items from his secret inventory, including two special lightsaber crystals called Mantle of the Force and Heart of the Guardian. They replace the color crystal and also add different properties depending on the other crystals you have equipped.
If you talk to Yathura on Korriban and ask her about the Sith Code, you will earn 150 exp. Then, either leave the conversation or ask her about something else. You’ll be able to ask her about the Sith Code again to earn another 150 exp. You can keep doing this as long as you want.
Note: the level cap is 20, so you won’t be able to exceed that level even by getting infinite experience.
In the Tomb of Naga Sadow, there is a puzzle that requires you to transfer power systems to the rightmost pillar, following certain guidelines. It is a variation on the popular Tower of Hanoi puzzle. To solve the puzzle, transfer the systems in this order: