Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Brings Back The Original Game’s Most Infamous Foe
WARNING: This article contains spoilers for Star Wars: Jedi Survivor.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor adds many connections and deep cuts to decades of established lore of the sci-fi/fantasy franchise. As Jedi Knight Cal Kestis travels the galaxy, he meets, fights, and defeats familiar foes. But his one particular foe in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order had a huge impact on players who braved it.
In Survivor, players can rematch the strangely named but downright dangerous Oggdo Bogdo. Oggdo Bogdo is a Fallen Order original. When most players first encounter enemies in Fallen Order, many are overwhelmed by their raw strength and high resilience. The sequel takes things even further, along with another more difficult battle that takes things further by giving players the chance to fight “Ogud’s Spawn”, which shares their parental lethality.
What is Ogdo Bogdo?
In Fallen Order, Oggdo Bogdo was an optional mini-boss found in Bogano. He was a giant frog-like creature that also possessed immense strength and agility. What made his fight against Oggdo Bogdo in the original game so impressive was the very sudden difficulty spike at the beginning. Enemies can kill most players in one hit, and given that he is placed in one of the game’s starting areas, many felt compelled to try to kill him.
While intended as a purely optional fight, it has become a rite of passage for most players to try their hand at Oggdo Bogdoa. Community chatter about Oggdo Bogdo eventually turned the boss into a meme, with EA and Respawn Entertainment even teasing the encounter on social media.
A special friend awaits you in Bogano… pic.twitter.com/3jfazlfNbt
— EA Star Wars (@EAStarWars) November 22, 2019
And with the return of Oggdo Bogdo, many players have expressed concerns about the fights just like they did in the original.
Where to fight ogudo spawn
You can play against Oggdo pretty early in the game, just like in the original game. On the planet Kobo, you can immediately head to Fort Karin after settling in the planet’s core open field known as Ramblers Reach. Fort Cullin places the main settlements to the north, and the structures on Holohi map can be seen directly. Southeast. Fort Kah’lin is a huge enemy base full of raiders and their repurposed battle his droids. Eventually you will reach an area with droids and a metal floor. This turns out to be a trap floor, and falls into the cave with Ogudo’s spawn.
Like the first Oggdo, Spawn is a very challenging fight, with many undefendable attacks. It also has a deadly grab attack that will kill you instantly if the creature grabs you with its tongue and devours your Cal. It’s a merciless encounter, and you’ll have to read the mini-boss to overcome it. For a more detailed breakdown of how to find and defeat legendary enemies, you can find the breakdown in our guide.
How to face a tougher battle
But this particular encounter with the returning enemy doesn’t end here. In addition to a decorative chest, there is also an ominous little creature that stares at Cal, and upon inspection, the player will learn lore about his Oggdo battle and how the little creature is “judgement me”. Get a warning comment about For those curious to see if this leads to anything, the mysterious creature can be found again in Doma’s shop just outside Pyloon’s Saloon. Here he can buy Cal cosmetics.
Once inside, you’ll find the Jedi Force Tier, an optional encounter focused on agility and combat. A strange cave creature rests near this particular Force Tier. Choosing to investigate, even Cal expresses hesitation about what lies ahead. In this encounter, the former Fallen Order will face Oggdo Bogdo alongside the Spawn of Oggdo. Like previous encounters with Oggdo Bogdos, this is an optional encounter, but you’ll get bonus buffs to your health, strength, and skill points that may help you on your journey further.
In IGN’s complete review of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, review editor Dan Stapleton said: Rather than going back to the drawing board to begin Cal’s journey again as a Padawan, we are entrusted with superhuman mobility and control of a full-fledged Jedi Knight capable of developing into a master of fantastical and challenging combat. increase. ”
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a large-scale game with many remote battles. For a detailed breakdown of where to find these legendary encounters, as well as essential combat tips and even a lightsaber stance guide, check out IGN’s complete walkthrough and game guide suite.
Alessandro Fillari is a freelance writer for IGN.