Datacron

A New Kind of SWTOR Datacron Guide

Do you love Star Wars and SWTOR lore like we do? If you’re all about the story, then you will like this new kind of SWTOR datacron guide. Vulkk of Vulkk.com has taken the time to make something pretty cool. This is like the motherload of all datacron guides. It’s a datacron guide that goes above and beyond and gives you a little something more. In his own TLDR he says, “This is my SWTOR Datacron Guide collection WITH Story voiceover of each codex entry.” That really sums it up. He found a new approach to the same content that’s been done before and presented it in a different way. It can be useful for new players as well as more seasoned vets. This would also be interesting to Star Wars fans in general, even those who might not play SWTOR. There are more than 43 videos corresponding to the datacron guide…

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BioWare is looking into Legacy Wide Datacrons

The SWTOR Developers are looking into implementing legacy wide datacrons. If all goes right, this might be included in the upcoming Fallen Empire expansion. Datacrons Are For Legacies | 08.11.2015, 02:48 PM Hey folks! I wanted to pass on a little tidbit that I heard this morning. We are very actively looking to put Legacy-wide Datacrons into Knights of the Fallen Empire! We know this has been widely requested for many years and so the Design team is working as we speak to get it in. As always, this is not a guarantee that it will make it in, but the team is hard at work to make it happen. -eric

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Republic Datacron Hunt [iconographics]

Are you looking for a great visual guide to help you on your Datacron hunt? This guide for the Republic is very detailed and useful. You can save it to your computer, print it out or open it in your browser and use it to find the datacrons on the Republic side. It tells you what you get with each one and also gives you a class breakdown of stats so you can know just what you’re going for. New players and seasoned vets alike can all benefit from this useful guide. It goes all the way up to Makeb, level 55 and also covers the Republic Fleet. Check out the full sized image for yourself here: View post on imgur.com It is also added to our Datacron guide together with a imperial version of the iconographics Do you know of any useful guides and graphics just like this one? We…

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TOR TV: Makeb Endurance Datacron, just say no

Here is a little tale of a SWTOR Player trying to get the endurance Datacon on Mekeb: Actually it’s a nightmare first time but once you know the way it’s easy, you just have to be careful and not rush it. First time I failed 10 times or so, now for the alts I get it on first or second try and it’s actually fun to do. Best thing is when you do it in group and watch the others fall. If you haven’t found them all yet, we have a comprehensive datacron list here. I suggest getting most of them as you level, just because I find it easier, personally. However, there are a few that you’ll have to make a trip back during the planet’s bonus series or later. Nar Shaddaa has some in the bonus area and can be a pain to get at during your first…

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Datacron Guide for Makeb

In Star Wars: The Old Republic, Makeb is a Hutt controlled planet that is growing in power due to the large number of Hutt that are accumulating there. In addition to the Hutt, there are two ancient Datacrons on the surface of the planet and anyone that finds them will be empowered with increased +10 Presence and +10 Endurance. For this reason, the Republic and the Empire are both targeting the planet of Makeb. Don’t forget to check out constantly growing list of guides for Star Wars: The old republic Datacrons are special collectibles that you’ll find on every planet but they are usually very difficult to find. This Datacron guide will help you find them on the planet Makeb. Datacron +10 Presence To reach the Datacron and receive your +10 Presence, you’ll need to mount your speeder and head towards the Perekta Mesa. Once you get there, go towards the…

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TOR TV: How to Assemble & Disassemble a Matrix Cube or Relic (Republic Guide)

  Yesterday we posted the Empire guide on How to Assemble & Disassemble a Matrix Cube or Relic, so it’s obvius we would post the Republic guide soon. This also conclude our complete datacron guide. So without further ado I present to you “How to Assemble & Disassemble a Matrix Cube or Relic (Republic Guide)” by  Ruin. Click on the timers below to go straight to the part that you want. 0:24 How to get to the Lost Assembly Vault 0:45 Assembling a Matrix Cube 1:55 Disassembling a Matrix Cube   TIER 2 (Level 15) RBY — 18 Str, 8 End (M2-W3) BYG — 11 Str, 14 End (M2-W0) RBG — 15 Aim, 10 End RYG — 8 End, 18 Will (M2-W1) TIER 3 (Level 24) RYY — 19 Str, 24 End (M3-O1) BYY — 19 Aim, 24 End (M3-J1) GYY — 28 Cun, 14 End (M3-L1) RBB — 19 Will, 24 End (M3-V2) YBB —…

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TOR TV: WHY ISN’T THERE AN EASYMODE FOR DATACRONS?

We all know how damn frustrating it can be to get them datacrons. Especially the datacrons located on Taris ( if you don’t have a guide for it of course ) . Like the guides for datacrons we have right here. Anyways here is a hilarious short video, showing all the struggles two heroes have to go through, to get  the +2 cunning datacron. warning foul language ahead. Interested in SWTOR Movies? We have new movies most weekdays here on swtorstrategies! Have suggestions for movie we ought to feature? Get in contact with us here

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Ilum Datacron Locations

Ilum was the ice planet home to many of the Adegan crystals used in the construction of Jedi lightsabers. The caverns containing the crystals were long ago turned into a Jedi temple. Unlike the crystals of other planets, the crystals of Ilum could only produce green and blue lightsaber crystals. Ilum was first discovered in 22,800 BBY when a Jedi, navigating hyperspace in the Force, felt a strong pull deep from the Unknown Regions. Following the sensation, the scout had found a world rich in Force-strong crystals. The mystique of the discovery added it to the ceremony of lightsaber construction. Read more about Ilum here and check out the Datacron guide below: Don’t forget to check out constantly growing list of guides for Star Wars: The old republic 83) Aim + 4 Datacron Coordinates: X 920, Y 1072 This Datacron is located in far southeastern Ilum, to reach it you will need to…

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Corellia Datacron Locations

Corellia was the capital planet of the Corellian system, which included Selonia, Drall, Tralus, and Talus. It was also the birthplace of smuggler and New Republic General Han Solo as well as Rogue Squadron pilot and New Republic hero Wedge Antilles, along with many other humans who played important roles in the histories of the Rebel Alliance, New Republic, and Galactic Alliance. Collectively, the planets of the system were known as the Five Brothers. As the largest planet and the closest to Corell, Corellia was often called the “Eldest Brother” or the “Eldest.” Historians believed the Celestials assembled the system artificially, the worlds brought from other parts of the galaxy for unknown reasons. Some believed that these Celestials populated Corellia with Humans from Coruscant. Read all about Corellia here, and check out the datacron locations below:  Don’t forget to check out constantly growing list of guides for Star Wars: The old…

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Voss Datacron Locations

Voss was a planet located within the Voss system of the Outer Rim Territories. It was inhabited by Gormak and a less numerous species, who were named Voss like the planet. The two were engaged in warfare for many years circa 3,653 BBY. The Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire discovered the planet shortly after the signature of the Treaty of Coruscant. For centuries, the two native sentient species of Voss—the Voss and the Gormak—were at war with each other. Following the Treaty of Coruscant that ended the Great Galactic War in 3,653 BBY, Voss was accidentally discovered by the larger galaxy. It was invaded by the Sith Empire, and the Galactic Republic moved to defend the world against the Sith by occupying it themselves. However, the Voss were able to out-maneuver both factions due to the visions of their Force-using tradition, the Voss Mystics. In the aftermath of the…

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