SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (2022)

Galactic Seasons in Star Wars: The Old Republic, similar to a ‘battle pass’ in other games, allows you to complete daily objectives to earn rewards over the course of five months. Galactic Seasons is available to both free-to-play players and subscribers at no additional cost, with subscribers having an additional reward track to gain cosmetic rewards from. In addition, you will gain tokens which you can spend at a vendor to buy previously-retired items and access to a new stronghold.

UPDATE August 2022: We’re expecting news soon about Season 3!

  • Season 1: April 27 – September 28, 2021 (ended)
  • Season 2:February 15 – July 4, 2022 (ended)
  • Season 3: Update 7.1.1, 2022, date to be announced
  • Season 4: Tentatively 2023

Season 2 Video Guide (season is now ended)

Contents

  • Galactic Seasons Guide
  • Galactic Seasons Rewards Track
  • Galactic Seasons Vendors
    • Galactic Seasons Tokens
    • Ki’at Thavo Vendor
    • Jaleit Nall Vendor
    • Stronghold
  • Objectives
    • How much does it cost to unlock the track with Credits or Cartel Coins, instead of completing objectives?
    • Is Galactic Season per character? Per legacy? Per server?
    • How can I claim a reward on multiple characters or servers?
    • Can free-to-play and preferred play Galactic Seasons?
    • Does Galactic Seasons cost extra money, like a battle pass in other games?
  • Galactic Seasons Rewards
    • Vendor Companions
    • Vendor Companion Customizations
    • Vendor Mounts
    • Vendor Pets
    • Vendor Weapons
    • Vendor Armor
    • Vendor Armor

Galactic Seasons Guide

*** Season 2 is now ended! This guide is about the Season 2 mechanics, and Galactic Seasons 3 may work differently next season.

SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (2) To open the Galactic Seasons menu, roll over the icon of a person in the main menu, and choose Login & Seasons Rewards from the dropdown menu. There are two tabs on this window, make sure to select Galactic Seasons at the top.

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In the Galactic Season panel, you can see what level you are at near the top left. To gain a level in Galactic Seasons, you need to gain 8 Galactic Seasons points, which you can earn by completing objectives. You can see what objectives are available by clicking the Daily and Weekly buttons on the top right.

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To earn a level in Galactic Seasons, you need to earn 8 points. Some objectives are worth more points than others, and you can see their value by clicking on them in the objectives list. Only the activities listed in the Seasons Objectives tab count for Galactic Seasons points.

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You can complete one daily per day, and up to seven of the ten weeklies per week. The Daily Objective, which will always be to earn 25,000 Conquest Points through whatever type of content you want, will always give you 2 points, and each weekly objectives gives you 8 – 12 points each to subscribers and 6-10 points for free-to-play and preferred players. So if you did your daily every day as a subscriber you could get 14 points per week, and if you did the max of seven weeklies a week, you would earn 64-80 points per week, depending on which ones you chose.

In addition, if you log in 4 times within a week before the reset, you’ll get a bonus 8 points each week just for logging in.

(Video) SWTOR Galactic Seasons, Season 2 Quick Guide (7.0 Expansion)

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To reach level 100 and earn every rewards, which is 800 points total, you could do it in about ten weeks, or even less if you also get the login rewards, of a total of twenty weeks available in the 5-month-long season, so you would need to complete roughly half the objectives available each week.

Keep in mind, if you start late, it’s ok – you can start now, and unlock what you missed out on near the end with cartel coins or credits whether you are a subscriber or preferred.

Galactic Seasons Rewards Track

The second Galactic Season is called “Shadows of the Underworld” and has rewards based around the new companion you get at Level 1, whose is a Duros named Fen Zeil.

Galactic Seasons Vendors

The Galactic Seasons Vendor is located in the Supplies section of the fleet in a room beside the Dark vs Light vendors. This vendor named Jaleit Nall sells rewards that you buy with Galactic Seasons tokens, including two new exclusive strongholds located on the Republic and Imperial fleet, and returning retired rewards including retired companions, mounts, pets, weapons, armors and more. The strongholds are available from the vendor all the time, while the other items are available on a set rotating weekly schedule.

Galactic Seasons Tokens

You do not get a token every Galactic Seasons level, and subscribers can earn a total of 14 tokens per season.

IconTokenSeasons LvlAvailable
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (7)Token #1Level 6Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (8)Token #2Level 16Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (9)Token #3Level 20Free-to-Play & Subscribers
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (10)Token #4Level 26Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (11)Token #5Level 36Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (12)Token #6Level 40Free-to-Play & Subscribers
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (13)Token #7Level 46Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (14)Token #8Level 56Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (15)Token #9Level 60Free-to-Play & Subscribers
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (16)Token #10Level 66Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (17)Token #11Level 76Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (18)Token #12Level 86Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (19)Token #13Level 90Free-to-Play & Subscribers
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (20)Token #14Level 96Subscribers only
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (21)Token #15Level 100Free-to-Play & Subscribers

Ki’at Thavo Vendor

Ki’at Thavo’s has some special items that are only available to be purchased with Galactic Seasons Tokens during the current season and are not available on the track.

Ki’at Thavo also allows free-to-play players to purchase some items they may have missed on the subscriber track. These items will also show up on the vendor for subscribers once the season ends, so that subscribers don’t accidentally buy rewards that they were going to earn anyway.

Jaleit Nall Vendor

Jaleit Nall allows player to purchase previously-retired items with Galactic Season tokens, including retired companions like Shae Vizla, Nico, and Master Ranos. The items available rotate on a weekly schedule, in four different batches. They continue to be available even after the Season ends, though you can only earn tokens during an active season.

ImageItemAvailableTypeCost
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (22)Carrick Station Penthouse Deed (Republic Stronghold)AlwaysStronghold8 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (23)Vaiken Spacedock Penthouse Deed (Imperial Stronghold)AlwaysStronghold8 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (24)Nico Okarr (Encrypted Lockbox)Group A / Week 1Companion5 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (25)Nico Okarr's DusterGroup A / Week 1Armor2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (26)Nico's BlasterGroup A / Week 1Weapon2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (27)Nico Okarr Customization 1 NEW! Season 2Group A / Week 1Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (28)Nico Okarr Customization 2 NEW! Season 2Group A / Week 1Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (29)Nico Okarr Customization 3 NEW! Season 2Group A / Week 1Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (30)HK-55 JetpackGroup A / Week 1Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (31)Lucky 77 SwoopGroup A / Week 1Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (32)Makrin Creeper SeedlingGroup A / Week 1Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (33)Model GravestoneGroup A / Week 1Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (34)Propaganda: Fight For The Meatbags ReplicaGroup A / Week 1Decoration2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (35)Tauntaun RamGroup A / Week 1Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (36)Title: The IllustriousGroup A / Week 1Title1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (37)Shae Vizla (Mandalorian-Marked Package)Group B / Week 2Companion5 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (38)2V-R8 Customization - Envoy NEW! Season 2Group B / Week 2Companion Customization4 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (39)C2-N2 Customization - Envoy NEW! Season 2Group B / Week 2Companion Customization4 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (40)Eternal Empire PatrollerGroup B / Week 2Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (41)Galactic Alliance Statue ReplicaGroup B / Week 2Decoration3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (42)GannifariGroup B / Week 2Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (43)HK-55's Blaster PistolGroup B / Week 2Weapon2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (44)Kakkran DaggerstarGroup B / Week 2Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (45)Model Zakuul BattlecruiserGroup B / Week 2Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (46)Rapid Recon WalkerGroup B / Week 2Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (47)Title: Test PilotGroup B / Week 2Title1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (48)Title: The IntrepidGroup B / Week 2Title1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (49)Paxton Rall (Illicit Package)Group C / Week 3Companion5 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (50)Grand Statue of Revan ReplicaGroup C / Week 3Decoration3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (51)HK-55 HelmetGroup C / Week 3Armor2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (52)HK-55's Sniper RifleGroup C / Week 3Weapon2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (53)Umbaran Patrol TauntaunGroup C / Week 3Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (54)JA-3 Subversive Battle DroidGroup C / Week 3Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (55)Mini-Mogul NM-1Group C / Week 3Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (56)Model Mach 2Group C / Week 3Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (57)Title: Scourge of the HuttsGroup C / Week 3Title1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (58)2V-R8 Customization - HK-55 Inspired NEW! Season 2Group C / Week 3Companion Customization2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (59)C2-N2 Customization - HK-55 Inspired NEW! Season 2Group C / Week 3Companion Customization2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (60)Darth Hexid Customization 1 NEW! Season 2Group C / Week 3Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (61)Darth Hexid Customization 2 NEW! Season 2Group C / Week 3Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (62)Master Dazh Ranos (Force-Imbued Object)Group D / Week 4Companion6 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (63)Chiss Talon InterceptorGroup D / Week 4Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (64)Heliotropic SubterothGroup D / Week 4Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (65)HK-55's VibroswordGroup D / Week 4Weapon2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (66)JA-3 SpeederGroup D / Week 4Mount3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (67)Makeb Gazebo ReplicaGroup D / Week 4Decoration2 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (68)K1-W4 Astromech DroidGroup D / Week 4Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (69)RE-1 Scout DroidGroup D / Week 4Pet1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (70)Title: The RisenGroup D / Week 4Title1 Token
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (71)Master Ranos Customization 1 NEW! Season 2Group D / Week 4Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (72)Fallen Master Ranos Customization 1 NEW! Season 2Group D / Week 4Companion Customization4 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (73)Fallen Master Ranos Customization 2 NEW! Season 2Group D / Week 4Companion Customization4 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (74)C2-N2 Customization - Hoth NEW! Season 2Group D / Week 4Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (75)2V-R8 Customization - Hoth NEW! Season 2Group D / Week 4Companion Customization3 Tokens
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (76)Altuur GiftAlways w/ Altuur 50 UnlockGift450,000 Credits
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (77)Altuur GiftAlways w/ Altuur 50 UnlockGift355,000 Credits
SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (78)Altuur GiftAlways w/ Altuur 50 UnlockGift250,000 Credits

Stronghold

The new Republic Fleet or Imperial Fleet stronghold costs 8 galactic Seasons Tokens.

Imperial Fleet Stronghold (Vaiken Spacedock Penthouse) Preview from the Public Test Server!

Republic Fleet Stronghold (Carrick Station Penthouse) Preview from the Public Test Server!

If you are free-to-play or preferred player, you can only get a total of 5 tokens so you can not get it, at least not this season, but tokens do carry over.

If you are a subscriber and don’t have any tokens, you can get the stronghold at Galactic Season level 56 which is when you would receive your 8th token, if you didn’t spend any tokens already.

Both Strongholds? You will only have enough Galactic Seasons Tokens to unlock one stronghold per Season. But you can earn a second round of Tokens on another server. However if you unlock the stronghold on another server, it will not transfer over to your main server. You need to purchase the stronghold ITEM from the vendor, let it sit in your inventory, then transfer that CHARACTER over with the item in their inventory. Transfers cost 1,000 CC. You could also wait until next Season, as tokens carry over.

Objectives

The objectives rotate on a daily and weekly basis, and pull from the week’s pool.

(Video) SWTOR Galactic Seasons 2 All Rewards (7.0 Expansion)

Subscribers receive 2 points per daily, and 8 – 12 points per weekly. Don’t forget you also can get 8 point just from logging in 4 times a week too.

Free-to-play and preferred players receive 2 points per daily and 6 – 10 points per weekly (two less points per weekly).

Questions & Answers

Many of the questions are answered in the guide above.

How much does it cost to unlock the track with Credits or Cartel Coins, instead of completing objectives?

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Cartel Coins: It’s a flat 100 Cartel Coin fee for each level you want to unlock. So if you are at level zero, and want to jump all the way to level 100, it will cost 10,000 CC. If you’d already earned some levels, for example are level 3 already, the cost to rank up goes down by one hundred times your current level, so going level 3 to level 100 would only cost you 9,700 Cartel Coins. It is not cheaper or more expensive to unlock levels sporadically with Cartel Coins. It is not cheaper to unlock them early, or to unlock them later, as all levels only requires 8 points whether they are near the beginning of the track or near the end.

I do not recommend unlock the track with Cartel Coins, but here are the numbers: 10,000 CC costs approximately $60-$80 USD, depending on whether you buy the 5,500 CC pack at $40 or the 14,500 CC pack at $100. You will have some of your CC ‘returned’ as you rank up partway through the ranks and claim rewards (you get 4,000 CC from the track total). You will receive all the rewards on the track as long as you are also subscribed, but you will still also only receive a maximum of 15 tokens like all other players, so you will still not be able to afford all the items on the retired rewards vendors even if you unlock the entire track with CC. Do not forget that if you are patient you will be able to unlock the entire track for credits, and although we don’t know the exact numbers yet, it will likely be more affordable / economical with credits. Purchasing the track early is only a good option if you know you will not be available during the last week of the season, and will not be able to earn the rewards or purchase them with credits – for example if you will be without access to gaming at all overseas. Otherwise, this option is mainly available for players who say: I WANT MY REWARDS, AND I WANT THEM NOW!

The most tempting item seems to be the Fleet Stronghold for these types of players, as it does not normally arrive till many weeks down the track. Either way, it will be up to you to decide if $60-$80 USD is worth it to you, so please review the rewards below before purchasing the track. I do not think I would make this purchase myself. – Swtorista

Credits: As the season moves forward, levels become purchasable with credits, or at least they did in Season 1. The first level you unlock with credits costs 175,000 credits. From there, the price goes up per level. Here’s an example of the chart from last season.

Catch-Up # (not lvl)CreditsCost
1175,000confirmed
2494,974confirmed
3909,326confirmed
41,400,000confirmed
51,956,559confirmed
62,571,964confirmed
73,241,045confirmed
83,959,798confirmed
94,725,000confirmed
105,533,986confirmed
116,384,503educated guess
127,274,613educated guess
138,202,629educated guess
149,167,061educated guess
1510,166,581educated guess
1611,200,000educated guess
1712,266,239educated guess
1813,364,318educated guess
1914,493,339educated guess
2015,652,476educated guess
2116,840,966educated guess
2218,058,101educated guess
2319,303,222educated guess
2420,575,714educated guess
2521,875,000educated guess
2623,200,539educated guess
2724,551,820educated guess
2825,928,363educated guess
2927,329,711educated guess
3028,755,434educated guess
3130,205,122educated guess
3231,678,384educated guess
3333,174,849educated guess
3434,694,164educated guess
3536,235,989educated guess
3637,800,000educated guess
3739,385,887educated guess
3840,993,353educated guess
3942,622,111educated guess
4044,271,887educated guess
4145,942,416educated guess
4247,633,444educated guess
4349,344,725educated guess
4451,076,022educated guess
4552,827,106educated guess
4654,597,756educated guess
4756,387,759educated guess
4858,196,907educated guess
4960,025,000educated guess
5061,871,843educated guess
5163,737,249educated guess
5265,621,033educated guess
5367,523,019educated guess
5469,443,034educated guess
5571,380,910educated guess
5673,336,485educated guess
5775,309,598educated guess
5877,300,097educated guess
5979,307,830educated guess
6081,332,650educated guess
6183,374,415educated guess
6285,432,985educated guess
6387,508,225educated guess
6489,600,000educated guess
6591,708,182educated guess
6693,832,644educated guess
6795,973,261educated guess
6898,129,914educated guess
69100,302,483educated guess
70102,490,853educated guess
71104,694,911educated guess
72106,914,545educated guess
73109,149,648educated guess
74111,400,112educated guess
75113,665,834educated guess
76115,946,712educated guess
77118,242,645educated guess
78120,553,536educated guess
79122,879,288educated guess
80125,219,807educated guess
81127,575,000educated guess
82129,944,777educated guess
83132,329,048educated guess
84134,727,725educated guess
85137,140,724educated guess
86139,567,958educated guess
87142,009,346educated guess
88144,464,805educated guess
89146,934,256educated guess
90149,417,619educated guess
91151,914,818educated guess
92154,425,775educated guess
93156,950,416educated guess
94159,488,667educated guess
95162,040,456educated guess
Total if you catch
up level 1-95
2.6 billion lol
6,238,766,304

Is Galactic Season per character? Per legacy? Per server?

Galactic Seasons is shared between all your character on your server. This means you can contribute to completing your objectives with both your Jedi Knight and your Sith Warrior, who will both share the same objectives, and you don’t need to complete Galactic Seasons with each of your characters. Unfortunately, your friend, even on the same server, will not share the same random objectives with you.

Galactic Seasons itself, however, is per-server. So your progress on one server will not affect your progress on another.

How can I claim a reward on multiple characters or servers?

There are many rewards available from Galactic Seasons, most of which are visible on the track itself, including mounts, weapons, companion gifts, companion customizations, titles, armor and more. You’ll be able to claim the first copy of your reward on a character of your choice, but you only get one copy by default. However, almost every rewards except for companion gifts and the randomized pack items, are also available through collections – if you earn a reward, claim it on one character first, then go in to your Collections and you will be able to unlock it for 10 Cartel Coins. Then every character on your entire account, even on other servers, will have access to that rewards and can create unlimited copies.

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If you play on multiple servers, this can be a blessing or a curse – on one hand, it may feel like you need to grind out Galactic Seasons on multiple servers if you want the rewards on multiple servers – luckily, most of them can be unlocked via collections, though some items like the Stronghold will have to be per-server as they are not in collections. On the other hand, the tracks being separate is a boon to crazy players who really want to unlock multiple Collections items using the Galactic Seasons tokens – subscribers can only earn 15 total per season, but it’s 15 total per season per server… so you could technically earn a total of 70 tokens across five servers, wow! Intense collectors might want to look in to doing this with credits as the season progresses, or efficient players may look into getting just the login rewards on multiple characters across multiple servers. This ability may be curbed in the future, as it’s not particularly what the developers intended, as they hoped for a solid limit of 15 tokens per player per season.

I have tested this and “earned” fifteen tokens by unlocking another server up to level 100, spending the Tokens on items I wanted for collections like the HK-55 Jetpack, and this will leave the tokens on my main server free to buy the Vaiken Space Dock Stronghold! – Swtorista

Can free-to-play and preferred play Galactic Seasons?

Yes! They just get less points and rewards.

No!

(Video) Galactic Seasons Unlock with Credits Info & Costs

Galactic Seasons Rewards

Vendor Companions

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Above from left to right: Dazh Ranos (6 Tokens), Paxton Rall (5 Tokens), Nico Okarr (5 Tokens), and Shae Vizla (5 Tokens) Companions.

  • Dazh Ranos: Originally available as a very special reward to be earned during the limited-time Dark vs Light event, players are very excited she is now available through Seasons, as she is the only Chiss Jedi featured in the game and she has a very cool set of lightsabers. Master Ranos has always walked her own path, turning her back on the Jedi Council to follow what she calls “the will of the Force.” A true champion of the light side, her journey led her to the farthest reaches of the galaxy, where she used her formidable skills to serve and protect those on the dangerous frontiers of galactic civilization. But now the Force has given her a new purpose: join the Outlander’s Alliance in their battle against the Eternal Empire.
  • Paxton Rall: Originally a retired subscriber reward. Paxton thinks of himself and his crew as adventurers seeking glory, fame, wealth, and excitement. Most people would just call them pirates. Whatever they may be labeled as, one thing is certain: they are one of the most capable starship crews in the galaxy, and Paxton one of the finest captains. He’s led his crew to every corner of the galaxy taking on any job, but only if it was exciting and the payday was good. His wandering eye has landed on the Alliance as a potential new client worthy of his standards, so Paxton is determined to achieve new heights of fame and fortune by fighting at the Commander’s side.
  • Nico Okarr: First seen in the original Trailer for the game, Nico has some fun side achievements. Years before the Sith Empire launched the Great Galactic War, Nico was one of the most celebrated mercenary spacers on the Outer Rim. His deeds were legendary, but so were his debts, leading him to take the most high-risk and even-higher-reward underworld contracts available. Every criminal syndicate from the Hutt Cartel down competed for his services because he always delivered the goods, no matter the odds. Ultimately, that was his undoing. When the Jedi Order assigned astromech droid T7-O1 to an undercover sting operation as Nico’s co-pilot on the Redshifter, events conspired to place everyone on Korriban just in time for the Sith Empire’s devastating return to Republic space. Nico personally saved Satele Shan and fled the Imperial Fleet to warn Coruscant of the danger–and promptly escaped custody never to be seen again… until now.
  • Shae Vizla: Due to one of her unique abilities, Shae Vizla is technically the strongest damage companion in the game, and a major part of the Shadow of Revan expansion. Few beings in the galaxy have seen as many battlefields as Shae Vizla. Her list of victories surpasses even Mandalore himself, and the personal fortune she’s amassed after decades as a top-tier mercenary is staggering. The quintessential Mandalorian, Vizla is ruthless in battle, gregarious in close company, and utterly dedicated to perfecting her skills in combat. Despite (or perhaps because of) her years of success, Vizla has taken fewer and fewer contracts in recent years. Her clan has largely withdrawn from galactic events, sparking rumors that Vizla has had a falling-out with her allies in the Empire, Mandalore, or some other powerful client; others believe she’s simply run out of worthy challenges. Whatever the cause, it’s questionable whether such a renowned gun-for-hire can remain on the sidelines for long.

There are only four retired companions and all are available on the Galactic Seasons Vendor.

Vendor Companion Customizations

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  • 2V-R8 Customization – Envoy: 4 Tokens /Rotation Week B
  • 2V-R8 Customization – HK-55 Inspired: 2 Tokens /Rotation Week C
  • 2V-R8 Customization – Hoth: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week D
  • C2-N2 Customization – Envoy: 4 Tokens /Rotation Week B
  • C2-N2 Customization – HK-55 Inspired: 2 Tokens /Rotation Week C
  • C2-N2 Customization – Hoth: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week D
  • Master Ranos Customization 1: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week D
  • Fallen Master Ranos Customization 1: 4 Tokens /Rotation Week D
  • Fallen Master Ranos Customization 2: 4 Tokens /Rotation Week D
  • Nico Okarr Customization 1: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week A
  • Nico Okarr Customization 2: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week A
  • Nico Okarr Customization 3: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week A
  • Darth Hexid Customization 1: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week C
  • Darth Hexid Customization 2: 3 Tokens /Rotation Week C

Vendor Mounts

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Above from left to right: Eternal Empire Patroller, Umbaran Patrol Tauntaun, HK-55 Jetpack, and Rapid Recon Walker Mounts, all 3 Tokens each.

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Above from left to right and top to bottom: Chiss Talon Interceptor, Kakkran Daggerstar, JA-3 Speeder, and Lucky 77 Swoop Mounts, all 3 Tokens each.

  • Eternal Empire Patroller: This is a retired mount that was only available to subscribers in 2016.
  • Umbaran Patrol Tauntaun: This is a retired mount that was only available as a subscriber reward in early 2020. This is one of the first retired mounts that specifically lists this phrase as part of its information: Are you worried about not meeting the criteria for this promotion? Fear not! If you miss this promotional window, the Umbaran Patrol Tauntaun will return again in a future game update.
  • HK-55 Jetpack: Mount Flourish: This mount has a Mount Flourish. When you press CTRL+Z while mounted, an additional set of jets are unfolded.
  • Rapid Recon Walker: This mount is retired and was part of a promotion, it is no longer available.
  • Chiss Talon Interceptor: This is a retired mount that was only available through a subscriber promotion in 2018 as part of the Share the Love promotion. All subscribed players received the mount for free, and there was another attached promotion for a free extra 30-days of gametime for returning players with the SWTORSHARETHELOVE, though the code was not needed to be used by current subscribers to get the mount. Hilariously, this mount was originally part of an NVIDIA GeForce Rule the Galaxy Story Pack – the promotion was worded in a way that sounded like all players who had an Nvidia graphics card and bdownloaded the GeForce Experience client and creating an account. However, the terms actually started it was “for a chance” to win the pack, which included the Chiss Talon Interceptor Airspeeder, the Force Veteran’s Armor Set, the Eternal Throne expansion for free and a free Outlander token. Most players had assumed all players who went through the trouble of downloading GeForce Experience client would win… and it seemed only a very, very small percentage of players actually won. So they re-released the speeder through the Share the Love promotion!
  • Kakkran Daggerstar: This mount has been offered through various promotions. Although it is in the retired section, it is technically available if you purchase the Origin Deluxe bundle for SWTOR
  • JA-3 Speeder: This is a retired mount that was only available to players as part of the Join the Battle! promotion in 2013 – new players had to crate an account, existing players had to subscribe. The reward was a JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid Mini-Pet and a JA-3 Subversive Speeder a well as the Rise of the Hutt Cartel free (which had previously been an expansion you had to buy).
  • Lucky 77 Swoop: This is a retired mount that was only available as a subscriber reward in 2014 to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. The Lucky-77 has a chance to “hit the jackpot” when summoned, kicking off a fun animation that tosses holographic coins everywhere. It also has a unique mount sound.

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Here is a quick list of retired mounts that are NOT available from the vendor, but may be available in the future as they are retired rewards: Kai Zykken’s MK-85 Log Mount, Prinawe Aggregate, Prinawe Collective, Prinawe Congregate, Prinawe Junction, Prinawe Union, TF-4 Rampage, Victor’s Titan, Victor’s Trailblazer, AC-PT Walker, Corellian Stardrive Vanguard

Vendor Pets

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(Video) SWTOR Galactic Seasons Orientation Guide

Above from left to right and top to bottom: Model Zakuul Battlecruiser, Model Gravestone, Model Mach 2, Mini-Mogul NM-1, K1-W4 Astromech Droid, and JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid Mini-pets, all 1 Token each.

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Above from left to right and top to bottom: RE-1 Scout Droid, Tauntaun Ram, Makrin Creeper Seedling, Gannifari, and Heliotropic Subteroth Mini-pets, all 1 Token each.

These pets can now all be purchased with 1 Galactic Seasons token, but here is where they were from originally…

  • Model Zakuul Battlecruiser: The Model Zakuul Battlecruiser was originally available Black Market Goods Vendor inside the Odessan base. It originally cost 100 Common Data Crystals, a type of endgame currency in the 4.0 update. At some point, likely with the removal of Data Crystals, this pet disappeared form the vendor, and was never placed back
  • Model Gravestone: The Model Gravestone was originally available Black Market Goods Vendor inside the Odessan base. It originally cost 200 Common Data Crystals, a type of endgame currency in the 4.0 update. At some point, likely with the removal of Data Crystals, this pet disappeared form the vendor, and was never placed back.
  • Model Mach 2: The Model Mach 2 was originally available Black Market Goods Vendor inside the Odessan base. It originally cost 50 Common Data Crystals, a type of endgame currency in the 4.0 update. At some point, likely with the removal of Data Crystals, this pet disappeared form the vendor, and was never placed back.
  • Mini-Mogul NM-1: The Mini-Mogul NM-1 is a retired pet players could only obtain for free during 2017 to celebrate the United Force update. “Today, we’re excited to announce the United Forces update coming November 8, 2017. This new update will add a lot of value to all the gameplay systems that contribute to great multiplayer experiences. The primary benefit of this update is that it will be easier for you to join or reconnect with friends, discover new guilds and jump into multiplayer battles. To deliver these benefits together in one update we will connect multiple servers in each region together, uniting players across the galaxy. By joining servers as United Forces, grouping becomes easy and queues for your favorite Flashpoints, Uprisings, Missions, Warzones, Arenas, Galactic Starfighter, and Operations should be much faster. The United Forces update expands your connection to a galactic-sized community of players. We will be integrating our existing seventeen servers to five new servers, one for each existing region and language. Our goal is to make this experience as simple and rewarding as possible. When United Forces goes live, we will be offering new rewards for reconnecting with friends and guildmates in Star Wars: The Old Republic. Log in and play between November 8 – November 27, 2017 to get new rewards: Simply log in to play to get the new Mini Mogul NM-1 Mini-Pet, inspired by one of our classic Operation bosses, Karagga the Unyielding.”View the official post.
  • K1-W4 Astromech Droid: The K1-W4 Astromech Droid exists somewhere in the games files, and can be seen in the decorations list as a preview of a decoration. However, there does not seem to be an actual way to get the K1-W4 Astromech Droid ingame. It may have been meant for a Cartel Market item that never came out, or for an achievement that was never released. This K1-W4 Astromech Droid pet was possibly added to the game’s files and decorations list in update 5.10.2. Not to be confused with any other astromechs, this one is not available.
  • JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid: The JA-3 Subversive Battle Droid is a retired pet that was only obtainable as a subscriber reward in 2013 as part of the Join The Battle! promotion.Official post copy on forums
  • RE-1 Scout Droid: The RE-1 Scout Droid Vanguard is a retired pet players could only obtain for free during 2019 to celebrate the launch of the Star Wars: Fallen Order video game. “We want to offer our heartfelt congratulations to our friends at Respawn on their amazing accomplishment. Friday, November 15th marks the beginning of an exciting new journey as players around the globe begin their adventures with Cal Kestis and his companion BD-1. We cannot wait to join them in a galaxy far, far away! As a studio that loves our Companions, we were especially drawn to BD-1. So, as a special congratulations to the Respawn team, we have built a new droid mini-pet inspired by BD-1. Since The Old Republic takes place thousands of years before the events in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, we worked with the Respawn team to make sure that our droid’s design was properly influenced by BD while also fitting within the Old Republic era. The Respawn team supplied us with early, unused concepts for BD-1 (which you can find in the upcoming book The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order), and we took one of our favorites as the starting point for what would become the RE-1 droid. How can you get RE-1 for yourself? RE-1 will be granted for free to any player that logs into Star Wars: The Old Republic from 6AM Pacific, Thursday, November 14th – 12:01 AM Pacific Tuesday, December 10th. That’s it! Just log in and your very own RE-1 mini-pet will be waiting in your in-game mail. Don’t forget that our 5th expansion, Onslaught, just launched on October 22nd and is free to all subscribers..” View official post
  • Tauntaun Ram: The Tauntaun Ram is a retired pet that was only obtanable as a subscriber reward in 2012 as part of a Weekend Pass event, back when the game was subscriber-only. “This weekend, BioWare and LucasArts will be holding another Weekend Pass Free Trial, allowing people who are curious about Star Wars: The Old Republic the opportunity to begin their own personal Star Wars saga free of charge! Plus, if you purchase the game and activate your account on or before April 22nd at 12:00PM CDT, 5:00PM GMT you will receive the in-game Legacy reward: the Legacy Tauntaun Ram Pet, sure to be your new best friend!”Official post
  • Makrin Creeper Seedling: The Makrin Creeper Seedling is a retired pet that was only obtainable by players who pre-ordered the Rise of the Hutt Cartel expansion (back when you urchased expansions individually). “Enclosed are your special pre-order item rewards as a thank you for your purchase! Simply click on the items to accept them and have fun as you continue your adventure in Rise of the Hutt Cartel. Have fun, and may the Force be with you!”
  • Gannifari: The Gannifari pet was a gift for players who were part of the server consolidations of 2012. Players that had transferred their character onto a qualifying destination server by July 30th received special in-game rewards, the Gannifari mini pet and 25 Black Hole Commendations. You can see the Promo page here.
  • Heliotropic Subteroth: The Heliotropic Subteroth is a retired pet that was only obtainable as a subscriber reward in 2014 with the launch of Strongholds. I couldn’t find the official news post but here isa developer video about the pet reward

Here is a quick list of retired petts that are NOT available from the vendor, but may be available in the future as they are retired rewards: LU-20 Builder, MB-6 Micro-Defender Droid, N4-SW Runner, Model Corellian Stardrive Vanguard, Shade Stalker Runt, Taun Fawn

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In addition there are a ton of ‘May the 4th’ droids available but it is unclear if they will ever be on the vendor or not. You can see them here. There are also a ton of pets that were only available through certain Cartel Coin Card promotions that are very hard to get ahold of that I would love to see return to the game.

Vendor Weapons

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Above from left to right and top to bottom: Nico’s Blaster, HK-55’s Blaster Pistol, HK-55’s Vibrosword, and HK-55’s Sniper Rifle, all 2 Tokens each.

  • Nico’s Blaster: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for Nico.
  • HK-55’s Blaster Pistol: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for HK.
  • HK-55’s Vibrosword: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for HK.
  • HK-55’s Sniper Rifle: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period. For the player, not for HK.

Vendor Armor

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Above from left to right: Nico Okarr’s Duster and HK-55 Helmet, all 2 Tokens each.

  • Nico Okarr’s Duster: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period.For the player, not for Nico.
  • HK-55 Helmet: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period.For the player, not for HK.

Vendor Armor

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Above from left to right: Galactic Alliance Statue Replica, Grand Statue of Revan Replica, Makeb Gazebo Replica, and Propaganda: Fight for the Meatbags Replica Stronghold decorations.

  • Galactic Alliance Statue Replica: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period.
  • Statue of Revan Replica: Promotional item from pre-ordering the Shadow of Revan expansion back when expansions were purchased.
  • Makeb Gazebo Replica: Promotional item from completing a Makeb achievement before it was removed from the game.
  • Propaganda: Fight for the Meatbags Replica: Promotional item from subscribing during a certain time period.

SWTOR Galactic Seasons Guide and Rewards (113) Questions or comments? Feel free to send me a message on Twitter @swtorista, Reddit /u/swtorista, Youtube Swtorista channel or by e-mail at the same name with gmail.com at the end. Have fun out there and may the Force be with you. ~ Swtorista

FAQs

Where is the galactic Seasons reward vendor? ›

SWTOR Galactic Seasons, Season 2 Quick Guide (7.0 Expansion)

How do I get galactic Seasons tokens? ›

To gain a level in Galactic Seasons, you need to gain 8 Galactic Seasons points, which you can earn by completing objectives. You can see what objectives are available by clicking the Daily and Weekly buttons on the top right. To earn a level in Galactic Seasons, you need to earn 8 points.

How long do galactic Seasons last? ›

According to the timer on the Galactic Seasons tab in game, there are 60 days left. May the Force be with you. Long live The Old Republic. It lasts 20 weeks and we are on the 12th week, so 8 more weeks left.

How do you unlock Fen Zeil? ›

To unlock the new Reputation Track, you need to first Complete Level 1 and earn your new companion. Activate his mission “The Shadow of the Underworld” to get to Fen Zeil. After talking to Fen Zeil, you will form a partnership. He will send you to speak to his associate.

How do you get Darkside tokens Swtor? ›

The tokens come from leveling you galactic command and by defeating LS/DS world boss. Everytime you level you GC there is a chance you'll get a token, with a higher chance during the Happy Hour when LS is at 5. During the DS happy hour while they are at 5, worltd bosses spawn that you can kill to get LS tokens.

How do you get an Altuur in swtor? ›

How do I earn Altuur? All players, including free-to-play players, can earn Altuur zok Adon the Kubaz by completing the first level of Galactic Seasons during the The Stranger from Kubindi, a 5-month long calendar running April 27, 2021 to September 28, 2021.

How do I get master ranos 2022? ›

Once you have earned 6 Galactic Seasons tokens, you will be able to purchase Master Ranos from the Galactic Seasons vendor, who is named Jaleit Nall and is located in the Supplies section of the Republic or Imperial Fleet.

Where is Jaleit Nall? ›

Visit Jaleit Nall, located in the Galactic Seasons alcove on the Fleet to purchase the gifts. It is intended for only one of the Strongholds to be obtainable during one Season, so you will be able to acquire the other in the following Season.

When did deep rock Galactic season 1 start? ›

Season 01: Rival Incursion was released on November 4th, 2021.

How long is deep rock galactic battle pass? ›

Previous seasons' content is transferred into Cargo Crates, Lost Packs, the Shop or Matrix Core Cosmetics. The duration of a season is approximately six months, with the seasons directly following each other without any downtime. Scrip, a currency that can be used to unlock items in the cosmetic tree.

How does deep rock galactic battle pass work? ›

The Performance Pass is the name for Deep Rock's take on a free battle pass. It works how these things always do: there are 100 levels, you advance by playing, completing missions or seasonal challenges, and you unlock items or points you can spend on other, different items.

How long is a galactic standard year? ›

The galactic year, also known as a cosmic year, is the duration of time required for the Sun to orbit once around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. One galactic year is 230 million Earth years.

Do galaxies have seasons? ›

Spring is 'galaxy season', when astronomers' telescopes swing towards a selection of constellations, hunting for the faraway galaxies that lie within them.

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