When playing a new game of LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, what are the quickest routes (i.e. smallest number of Story Mode episodes required) to unlock a Sith, a Bounty Hunter and a small character so they can be used in Free Play levels?

  • Not sure if it is the same, but in the original LEGO Star Wars II, the quickest way to get a dark Jedi was to create a custom character with a red lightsaber.
    – au revoir
    Dec 13, 2011 at 19:09
  • @JasonBerkan I tried, but it doesn't work for The Complete Saga. Only Star Wars II.
    – Jim Jones
    Jan 5, 2016 at 2:06

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There's a list of all the characters and how to unlock them on this page.

I've done what I can to find the "easiest" of each class, although they're a little poorly organized, so this might not be the most optimal path.

  • The only story-unlock Sith is Darth Vader, who you can unlock after Ep. 6 level 5. Your other Sith options are pretty expensive unlocks.
  • Wicket unlocks after Ep. 6 level 4. I believe he(?) counts as a small character.
  • There are no bounty hunters unlocked from story missions as far as I can tell, but Bib Fortuna is available for purchase for 16,000 studs after Ep. 6 level 1.

From this, I'd probably clear Episode 6 first, and work towards 16k studs to get Bib Fortuna.

  • 2
    Great answer, thanks! Wicket does indeed count as a small character. I forgot to ask about Stormtroopers too, but that's an easy answer: they can either be bought for 10,000 studs after Ep. 4 level 1, or if you don't like spending them you can wait until you have Darth Vader from your route above, as he can open all Stormtrooper doors.
    – Mark
    Dec 11, 2011 at 23:45

i would suggest completing Ep. 1 chapter 5 and completing this unlocks a small character (Anakin skywalker/boy) also do Ep. 1 chapter 6 and this unlocks darth maul

  • According to the accepted answer, the only sith to unlock via playing the story is Darth Vader. You also don't mention anything about a bounty hunter. Can you expand on your answer?
    – Timmy Jim
    Jan 11, 2017 at 15:09

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