As expected from the game, there are a number of Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses you will need to take down as you progress through the story. These bosses offer a range of challenges, from the simple and easy to the tough and nail-biting challenges that only a true Jedi can make it out of alive.
From returning characters who want one last fight with Cal and the crew, to a number of new unique threats and villains, all of these bosses in Star Wars Jedi Survivor lead you to the satisfying Star Wars Jedi Survivor ending. Be wary, there are story spoilers below if you are sensitive to them, but you can find a guide to each one from our Star Wars Jedi Survivor review playthrough.
Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses
The list of Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses is:
- Ninth Sister
- Dagan Gera (first fight)
- Reprogrammed Magnaguard
- Drya Thornne
- Korej Lim
- Dagan Gera (second fight)
- Dagan Gera (third fight)
- Bode Akuna (first fight)
- Darth Vader
- Bode Akuna (second fight)
Found during the first few minutes of Survivor, K-405 is a small challenge to kick off your Jedi journey. Overall this robot isn’t too tricky and just requires some good parrying and dodging.
With Bode’s help as well, you will make short work of the foe!
On Coruscant, in the opening of the game, you will come across the Ninth Sister as you are on your heist with Bode. She returns from Fallen Order and is ultimately the tutorial boss and not too tricky. This is where you will learn one of the new Star Wars Jedi Survivor stances, however.
She can land some powerful attacks, but parrying and blocking is the way to go. If you do want to beat her, then check out our guide on how to beat The Ninth Sister in Star Wars Jedi Survivor.
Zeik will appear when you first land on Koboh and try to enter Pyloon’s Saloon. After you meet Turgle and Rayvas he will fight you before Rayvas decides he has had enough and wanders off.
Overall, Zeik is a very easy fight and you will likely not need any assistance when it comes to taking him out. He is a beefed-up raider, so just parry and attack when he is recovering or left open for a counter hit.
Dagan Gera (first fight)
Found in the Bacta Tank on Koboh, Dagan Gera is a long-lost figure from the High Republic era of the Jedi. Surviving in the tank, he is not a friend and you will quickly learn not alone.
Dagan is your first big challenge in Jedi Survivor, but there are some big ways you can exploit his attacks and punish him. Our how to beat Dagan Gear in Star Wars Jedi Survivor boss guide has all the tips you need.
Found on Jedha, the Skriton is a large sand scorpion that will use its thick claw and tail to attack you and pin you down. It has some strong and rapid attacks, but overall is one of the easier bosses found in the story.
Also found on Jedha, the AT-ST is very reminiscent of the fight from Fallen Order, requiring you to hit its legs and then enter it from the outside when it is weak to take it and progress on your journey with Merrin.
Simply sit underneath it and occasionally use your force powers where required in and out of dodging. Not too tricky!
Found on Koboh, Tague is a lightsaber-wielding enemy who relentlessly attacks you and parries. He is extremely tough and has thick armor which means he often will attack through your attacks, not getting stunned.
In addition, Tague is equipped with a grappling hook that he will use to just towards you knowing you off guard and land powerful unblockable attacks.
Found in an old Empire facility, the Reprogrammed Mind is a pretty easy-to-fight droid. However, if you are caught by an attack you will have to deal with some electrical damage. The one aspect the mind has that can catch you offguard is its mobility.
It will jump, dodge, and generally always move around so you will need to stay on your toes.
Following on from the mind, Drya Thornne is a tough lightsaber wielding bounty hunter that can turn invisible and dart around the arena. You will only be able to land a few hits at a time so don’t go for long combos, instead blocking and landing your attacks when their are openings.
The dual stance is a good option to counter him, however.
Korej is like Drya another bounty hunter you will face in the middle of the game. This time Korej is equipped with a number of weapons.
But, with a focus on long0-range combat that means you just need to keep up close and not let up, swiftly attacking again and again.
Dagan Gera (second fight)
The second fight with Dagan Gera is an even tougher one. Now with more power and a two-ended lightsaber, Dagan is faster and can split his lightsaber apart into two, casting both a ranged throw and attacking with melee.
The best option with Dagan is to keep up the pressure here and continue fighting and pushing him against the railings. But, if he goes to attack you want to block and dodge depending on if the attack is unblockable or not. Continue to switch between attacking and dodging and you will eventually whittle down his health and move on to your next fight.
Rayvis is one of the bulkiest enemies you will face in the game. With a large club that can be turned into a flail with a lot of range, he is capable of landing powerful hits up close and at a distance.
Your best bet is to outmanoeuvre him by dodging and avoiding his many attacks, rather than blocking consistently as Cal will run out of Stamina. In his second phase Rayvis will perform quick multi-hit combos with his club, which you will want to block as you cannot dodge them all. He can also switch to his flail and do the same thing. Finally, in this phase he can use rockets and spray the arena with several of them, completely cornering you if you don’t dodge out of the spots where they are set to land.
Dagan Gera (third fight)
Your final fight with Dagan Gera is a lot like the second one, but this time you have Bode to help you out. He does gain some new attacks here that can prevent you from closing in on him like a ground pound which spawns a shield for a few seconds and a large pulse.
However, you largely just want to do the same thing you did in the second fight. Although, you will find Dagan is a little bit more relentless here, especially when he starts spawning fake clones of himself.
Bode Akuna (first fight)
Unfortunately, Bode wasn’t all he seemed to be and towards the end of the game, you will need to raise your lightsaber against him.
With explosives and his blaster, he can get the drop on you if you aren’t keeping an eye on your surroundings, brutal you need to do is survive until he overwhelms Cal and he is dropped off a cliff.
In one of the coolest sequences in the game, as Cere later on you will need to face off against Darth Vader, who is easily the toughest foe in the game so far. Consistently blocking, and with quick unblockable attacks, you will easily be overwhelmed.
But, if you are relentless, holding back and only attacking during openings, you will be able to whittle down Vader’s health.
Bode Akuna (second fight)
Wrapping up the game is your second fight against Bode. Bode is an extremely tough challenge, but you will have Merrin there to help you. However, he can still take on both of you with fast dodges, counterattacks and blocks.
Always keep an eye on where Bode is and what his next attack is so that you don’t succumb to his flurry of multi-hit combos and attacks with his lightsaber, explosions, and blaster.
There you have it, all the Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses. As you can see the game is littered with them and these are just the main ones as a part of the story. There are a lot more you can find off the beaten path, so be sure to explore. You can find guides to challenging fights and collectibles outside of the story here in our Star Wars Jedi Survivor walkthrough.