Compared to Jedi: Fallen Order, Cal is up to his neck in tough enemies who want to take him down in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.  We’ve compiled a list of the main story bosses that you will have to contend with as you join Cal on his journey.  Naturally, since this is the full list from the beginning of the main story to the end, there will be spoilers ahead.  Read with caution!


This droid makes an appearance in the first few minutes of the game.  Bode will also be there to help you take this one down.  It’s a pretty simplistic boss encounter that serves as a small appetizer for what’s to come.

Ninth Sister

Surprise (or not)!  Masana Tide, also known as the Ninth Sister, has returned from Fallen Order and she’s ready to take revenge on Cal.  You won’t have Bode to accompany you on this one, but that’s okay.  She serves more as a tutorial boss, and you also get to learn how to use one of the new stances: the double blade.


When you arrive on Koboh and head to Pyloon’s Saloon, Cal will encounter Turgle being threatened by Zeik and Rayvis.  After exchanging ‘pleasantries’ Zeik will become your next opponent.  Zeik is the first raider you fight that has proven himself to Rayvis to be bestowed with a lightsaber.

Dagan Gera

The mysterious figure we’ve all been curious about since the very first trailer dropped.  Dagan Gera is a Jedi from the High Republic era who has been preserved in a bacta tank on Koboh.  Unfortunately for Cal, he is not an ally and quickly becomes hostile after he bleeds his Kyber crystal.

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This friendly guy is there to greet Cal when he first arrives to Jedha.  Hidden in the sand, he’s ready to have Cal for lunch the moment he steps foot off a solid path, so he’s not immediately killable.  After you meet up with Merrin, however, you can finally have your revenge and face the creature head on.


The next boss Cal faces on Jedha is actually pretty simple.  All you really have to do is sweep the leg!  In other words, keep attacking the legs until Cal can enter it from the outside and take it out.  A short but pretty cool fight, nonetheless.

Reprogrammed Magnaguard

On your first trip to the Shattered Moon, all the raiders on the base are waiting for you.  You can bet that as you continue forward passing the hordes of enemies, you will be jumped on by this Magnaguard.  The fight isn’t too bad, but the droid moves fast.  Don’t linger and keep moving!  You’ll show this guard who’s boss in no time.

Drya Thornne

Drya is another raider who has earned Rayvis’ approval and thus wields the cross-guard lightsaber.  So, if you beat Drya, you will unlock the Cross Guard stance.  Drya tends to turn invisible and likes to throw a lot of grenades at Cal.  It’s not too bad, though, as you can still see his form while invisible and you can simply throw those explosives back at him.

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Korej Lim

While not a big boss, Korej is a bounty hunter that attacks Cal as he continues on with his mission.  Korej likes to stay in the air so it could help to use the blaster stance on this one.  Cool thing is once you defeat him, you can unlock the bounty hunt side quests.

Dagan Gera (Second Fight)

Are you ready for this High Republic Jedi?  Well, hopefully you are because he’s not messing around when he’s wielding the double-bladed lightsaber.  While this fight isn’t too different from the first one, he can deal a lot of damage when he orbits his lightsaber around him.


On Cal’s second visit to the Shattered Moon, he finally gets to battle this hulking Gen’dai.  Rayvis is a bit tricky as his battle is split into two phases.  Keep your distance and attack only when you have a clear opening.  Like I said, he’s a beast so expect him to attack like one.

Dagan Gera (Last Time We Promise)

Cal faces Dagan Gera one last time (phew).  This time, Dagan is packing a force arm and uses a double-bladed lightsaber.  Good thing is that Bode has your back in this fight so utilize his combo attacks when you can.  Send this man off with one last epic fight.

Bode Akuna

All good things must come to an end because Bode Akuna is your next enemy in a surprise twist.  Yep, this man, who considered Cal a brother is now hell-bent on taking him down.  Also a survivor of Order 66, he’s a tough fight and unfortunately, you can’t win this one as he does knock Cal out.

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Darth Vader

Were you surprised to see Vader back again?  After his appearance in Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, we couldn’t help but wonder if he’d make an appearance again.  Well, he certainly does, and you can bet this will be a heated battle (see what I did there?).  Instead of Cal, you take the place of Cere.  This is definitely a more dramatic encounter that serves a purpose in the main story.  Just be ready for the feels in this one.

Bode Akuna (Again)

Surprise, surprise, Bode Akuna is the final boss fight of the story.  Two lost victims and survivors of Order 66 who developed a strong brotherly bond now have to shatter it.  The final showdown happens on Tanalorr. A fitting end it appears to be.

What do you think of the boss fights in Jedi Survivor? Were you surprised by some of them? Did any give you a hard time? What was your personal favorite? If you’re curious as to how many chapters are in the game, you can check out the list here.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is out now on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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