Collect all other STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ Trophies
“The circle is now complete.”
A New Hope
Play every Multiplayer game mode “You are a member of the rebel alliance, and a traitor.”
There are 9 game modes in Battlefront. You'll just need to play one match of each for this trophy. Use this time to learn the ins-and-outs of each mode, it'll be useful experience for later, and you may even find a new favorite play style. The 9 modes are:
- Walker Assault
- Team Blast
- Droid Run
- Fighter Squadron
- Drop Zone
- Heroes vs Villains
- Hero Hunt
in a galaxy far, far away….
Win one match in each Multiplayer game mode “I’m Luke Skywalker? I’m here to rescue you!”
Continuing from A New Hope
, you now need to win in each of the following game modes:
- Cargo - Essentially a Capture the Flag mode. Team with the highest score wins
- Supremacy - Conquest. Battle over the 5 capture points to gain the upper hand in this mode. The team with the most control points at the end wins.
- Walker Assault - Battlefront's signature mode. Two AT-ATs are making their way to the Rebel base. Help them reach it by interrupting rebel uplinks and ensuring the AT-ATs reach their destination or use uplinks to call in Y-wing bombing runs and focus fire at the underside of the walkers to destroy them both before they reach their target.
- Team Blast - Deathmatch. Teams compete for the most kills.
- Droid Run - Capture the 3 GNK droids to win the match.
- Fighter Squadron - 10 on 10 fighter battles. Destroy AI/Human ships and protect/destroy the transport ships to gain points. Highest scoring team wins.
- Drop Zone - King of the Hill mode. Capture the pods as they drop into random spots across the map. Team with the highest score wins.
- Heroes vs Villains - 3 Heroes and 3 Villains will be battling for supremacy alongside a number of human controlled troops. Teams win rounds by eliminating the other side's heroes. The team with the most round wins will take the match.
- Hero Hunt - This will be the hardest mode to win, as you must have the highest score of all 8 players when time expires. If you get a Luke or Vader, your task will be significantly easier, as their movesets are more favorable for killing ground troops.
Never tell me the odds!
Successfully perform Cooling Flush 10 times (Multiplayer) “…I think I just blasted it.”
All blaster weapons generate heat as they fire. If you continuously fire your weapon, it will eventually overheat. When it does, its heat indicator will slowly begin to go down. When it reaches the two yellow zones, press
for an instant cooling flush. You'll likely earn this as you play normally, but it can be farmed in a single match by shooting at a corner until your weapon overheats over and over again.
I suggest a new strategy
Use a partner's Star Card hand 10 times (Multiplayer)
“Well, you said you wanted to be around when I made a mistake.”
When thrown into a team based game mode, you may be given a partner (their name will be highlighted in yellow on the scoreboard). Upon death, you have the option to use your partner's star card hand when you respawn. All you have to do is respawn 10 times with a partner's card hand over your career in Battlefront.
Be the first in a match to earn a kill (Multiplayer)
"That's the idea. I've been looking forward to this for a long time."
This one is easy in theory, as long as you have a quick trigger finger. As soon as a match begins, make a beeline for the center of combat. With any luck, you flank an opponent for an easy shot at the first kill. If you are playing Hero Hunt, the first person to become a Hero character is almost guaranteed to score the first kill, so keep playing until you get it. Another way is to join a Droid Run match and head for the first droid being capped by the enemy. They will be focused on securing the droid, and not expecting an early attack.
Great shot, kid!
Kill an enemy who is using a Jump Pack (Multiplayer)
“Boba Fett? Boba Fett? Where?”
As you play through the different modes, you're bound to see some players zipping across the maps on jump packs. When you see one take off, start blasting them. If you manage to kill them before they touch the ground, the trophy will unlock. Use a homing weapon if available, or even use Vader's saber throw move to land a one hit kill.
A cunning warrior
Reach level 3 once with any Trait (Multiplayer) “Now, witness the power of this fully operational battle station.”
Traits become available for purchase once you reach Rank 15. The three starter traits cost 7000 credits and can be used in a new star card hand. When enabled, you will be able to upgrade the trait during play by reaching various point thresholds without dying. Respawning, entering a vehicle, or becoming a Hero all restart the progress for the current trait. Just go about your business earning objective points while avoiding death to reach level 3.
The 5 traits and their abilities are:
- Bodyguard: Decrease explosive damage taken
- Bounty Hunter: Kills may give you power-ups
- Scout: Harder to spot on an the minimap
- Sharpshooter: Headshots reduce card cooldown times
- Survivalist: Regen health quicker
Don't underestimate the Force
Earn a total of 100 kills while playing as a hero (Multiplayer)
“Yeah… you’re a real hero.”
This can be done on any of the multiplayer modes that contain Hero power-ups. These tokens can be found in Supremacy and Walker Assault, and you can become a Hero in Heroes vs Villains and Hero Hunt. Heroes are vastly more powerful than the standard troopers, with far more health and powerful weapons and abilities. Just pick up the "!" token whenever you see one to become a Hero and lay waste to the opposition. You'll need 100 total kills for this, across all 4 possible modes.
Crush them with one swift stroke…
Trample 25 soldiers with an AT-ST (Multiplayer) “Strike me down, and I will become more powerful than you could possibly imagine.”
To use the AT-ST in battle, you'll need to be on the Imperial side in either Supremacy or Walker Assault. After a capture point or uplink has been taken over by either side, the first AT-ST token will appear nearby. Collect it and press
to hop into the walker. Your goal from this point is to start walking around near the objective, as there will be plenty of Rebels trying to capture them. The frantic pace should cause a few to not pay attention to your walker's footfalls, and be crushed underneath, granting you the "Trampled" bonus. The trophy is unlocked after you accumulate 25 kills by stepping on the opponent across all available multiplayer modes.
has found an even easier method in the free Battle of Jakku mode, Turning Point.
That got him!
Use a tow cable to destroy an enemy AT-AT in Walker Assault "Right now I feel I can take on the whole Empire myself."
This can be somewhat difficult if you don't know where to look for a Snowspeeder token. When playing Walker Assault (preferably on Hoth) as a Rebel, you will have an opportunity to trip up and destroy an AT-AT after it is hit by a Y-wing bombing run. Fly close to it in a Snowspeeder and use your tow cable (
) to latch on. You'll need to make a couple clean passes by keeping the meter centered with up/down movement of the
. If enemies are shooting at you, it will be very difficult to stay on target and will likely detach. If you can complete 4 passes around the walker, it will be tripped and destroyed, netting you a shiny new trophy.
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Hold the line!
Kill 10 enemies while attacking or defending a control point in Supremacy
“You would prefer another target? A military target? Then name the system!”
In Supremacy, your goal is to capture and defend control points across the map. When in the area around a control point, you can earn defend/attack bonuses by killing enemies nearby. If your team owns the point, you'll be given a defend bonus and likewise earn an attack bonus for killing an enemy near his zone. This count is cumulative across all matches and both bonus types, so any combination will do.
Stay on target
Kill 10 enemies in a match of Fighter Squadron “Luke, you switched off your targeting computer — what’s wrong?”
This will likely take some time, unless you are a natural pilot. The description itself is also rather misleading, as there are two types of "enemies" to deal with. The main draw is the fighters piloted by other human players, but there are also around 10-20 AI fighters that you can gun down. For the sake of this trophy, avoid the AI fighters. In a round, I shot down 8 AI ships as well as 6 human-controlled, and the trophy did not unlock. You will need to shoot down 10 human players in one match for the kills to count. Unlike the AI ships, human players tend to play a more evasive style, breaking your target locks and avoiding proton torpedoes. You'll need to practice your aim and know the precise time to launch your missiles to start earning these more difficult kills.
Hero ships can make this task easier, especially the Slave I (Imperial side only) with its multiple missile powerups and a targeting disruptor. Each of these huge ships can earn kills just by other fighters crashing into them as well, which new players tend to do frequently. When a bunch of fighters start to trail behind you, you can push down on the
to slow down, causing any tailgaters to crash into you, netting some easy kills. To find a Hero ship, look for a "!"
token a few minutes into the match.
What's the cargo?
Kill 10 enemies carrying the cargo in Cargo
“Boy, it’s lucky you have these compartments!”
Cargo is Battlefront's version of capture the flag. Each side will have a base with some cargo to defend. The goal is for one side to steal the other's cargo and return to their own base to capture it. While your team is out trying to capture the other team's cargo, the other side is trying to steal yours. Whenever a player picks up your cargo, all players are notified. Track them down and kill them before they reach their base. This is a cumulative count, so you won't need to get the kills in a single match.
Playing the objective
Have the most kills in a match of Blast “…It’s not fair! They promised me they fixed it! It’s not my fault!”
This will be one of the more difficult trophies for those that are not highly skilled at the game. A round of Blast is essentially the game's version of team deathmatch, where the team with the highest kill count wins. There are no secondary objectives here, just go out and kill as many rebels/imperials that you can before time runs out or the score limit is reached.You'll need to learn the maps and how to properly manage your Star Card hands to gain any edge that you can.
Many players are reporting the trophy to be glitched. They have the highest kill total at the end, and even earn the end match bonus for it, but the trophy does not unlock. DICE is currently looking into a fix for this. Patch version 1.03 hasn't fixed this yet.
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The Force is strong with this one
Earn 10 kills in a match as any hero on Hero Hunt “Apology accepted, Captain Needa.”
Hero Hunt begins by picking a random player to be a Hero. The remaining 7 players must then hunt down and kill him/her to become the Hero themselves. If you are chosen to be the Hero, move out and wait for your enemies to find you. Luke and Vader will give you the best chance at victory, as both have a blaster bolt deflection attack (hold
and aim the shots at the enemies) and a close range lightsaber attack. Their Force abilities will also grant you a decent advantage at range. The Emperor and Princess Leia have bodyguard powerups that spawn in powerful allies to protect you, as well as decent ranged attacks/blasters. The Emperor's lightning attack can chain to hit multiple enemies at once. Boba Fett and Han Solo both have incredibly powerful blasters, as well as targeting shots. Fett's jump pack gives him a mobility advantage over standard troopers. You must kill 10 players as the Hero in a single match.
I've been waiting for you
Kill 10 enemies trying to claim your team's pod in Drop Zone “But how could they be jamming us if they don’t know… that we’re… coming?”
This one can be a bit misleading, as enemies near your pod don't count for this. Rather, you'll need to kill an enemy that is actively securing the pod by holding
to earn the "Pod Activation Stopped" message and make progress on the trophy. Hang around near your team's pod and wait for an enemy to try to capture it. Kill them as they start to activate it. Thankfully, these kills are cumulative, so you don't need to earn them in the same match.
Capture three droids in a match of Droid Run “We seem to be made to suffer. It’s our lot in life.”
This is a rather simple trophy, as long as you move quickly. At the start of the match, sprint toward the nearest droid and hold
to claim it. Keep moving around the battlefield until you find another droid to claim. If your team is currently claiming a droid, you won't be able to claim it. You must find either an unclaimed droid or one that is currently controlled by the other team to allow the "hold
to claim" prompt to show up. As long as you keep moving, you shouldn't have too much trouble with this.
The power of the Force
Defeat another hero while playing as any hero on Heroes vs Villains
“…So be it, Jedi.”
When starting a match of Heroes vs Villains, three random players from each team will be give a Hero power-up. The Rebels will be led by Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Leia. The Empire is led by Darth Vader, Boba Fett, and the Emperor. The Emperor and Leia both serve as support characters, able to create spawn points/drop health for other Heroes to pick up, while the remaining four act as pure offensive threats. Dart Vader and Luke will pose the most significant threat, especially with Vader's saber throw able to hit from a large distance. You must kill one other Hero in this mode for the trophy.
When 900 years old you reach…
Reach Rank 50 “A Jedi Knight? Jeez, I’m out of it for a little while, everyone gets delusions of grandeur!”
Rank 50 will take nearly 2 Million (
) XP to attain, so this will likely be the final trophy you earn when going for the plat. Just place this trophy on the back burner and attempt to earn all of the other trophies first. You'll get better at the game and earn plenty of XP as you improve. If you get to a point where this IS all that's left for the
and you still have a long road ahead, you can start completing various challenges and accomplishments to earn bonus XP.
Earn any diorama figurine in the game “No reward is worth this.”
By completing various actions across the multiple game modes, you will eventually unlock a model for the diorama. Most players will unlock their first model at rank 10. There are 20 models to collect, each with their own specific unlock criteria. They are:
- AT-AT - Play 30 matches of Walker Assault
- T-47 Airspeeder - Win 10 matches of Walker Assault
- Shadow Trooper - Reach level 3 at least once on every trait (5 possible)
- Princess Leia - Achieve Rank 50
- Sullustan Rebel - Complete all Battle missions on Master Difficulty (AI enemies)
- Luke Skywalker - Find all collectibles (12 levels, 5 collectibles each)
- Darth Vader - Defeat 250 soldiers as a Hero
- Scout Trooper - Perform 250 headshot kills
- AT-ST - Beat all Survival missions on Master difficulty
- Emperor Palpatine - Earn every star on every mission
- Magma Trooper - Earn 1500 kills as an Imperial soldier
- Boba Fett - Use all Star Cards and get a kill with every weapon
- TIE Fighter - Destroy 150 vehicles
- Slave I - Ride in vehicles for a total of 10 hours
- Twi'lek Rebel - In Base Command, achieve a 3-star rating on the first siege in the Rebel Campaign
- Storm Trooper - Achieve rank 10
- Han Solo - Earn 1,000,000 points
- Tatooine Rebel - Earn 1500 kills as a Rebel soldier
- X-Wing - Pick up and use 200 power-ups
- Millennium Falcon - Score 100 kills with either the Millennium Falcon and/or the Slave I
Tell Jabba that I've got his money
Earn a total of 25 000 credits (Multiplayer)
"This Bounty Hunter is my kind of scum, fearless and inventive."
This will come with time as you play the game. Every multiplayer mode grants credits at the end of a match based on how high your score is. You'll earn 1 credit for every 10 points you earn in the match. Most game modes have match and win bonuses that will add another 500 and 250 points respectively. Any way you look at it, credits take a long time to accumulate, so just focus on the other various trophies and your wallet will slowly start to fill up without even trying.
Earn 100 Accomplishments
“It’s against my programming to impersonate a deity.”
There are 35 accomplishments to earn in multiplayer modes. Unlike the challenges which you can complete only once and are cumulative over all game modes, accomplishments can be earned infinitely, but must be done in a single match. Many of these can be earned by just playing normally, especially the 10 kills (including AI) in Fighter Squadron, and 10 kills with any weapon type in the other ground-based modes. If you're an above-average player, you may even earn multiple accomplishments per match. To see how many you've earned, go to Stats>Multiplayer>Awards.
Complete 25 Challenges
“Aren’t you a little short for a Stormtrooper?”
There are 60 possible Challenges that you can complete in Battlefront. At any given time, you will be working on 3 of them, view-able under your stats page. If the current challenges are not suited to your play style, you can skip to the next for a small fee of 500 credits. To see how many you have completed so far, look under Stats>Multiplayer>Awards. Once you complete your 25th challenge, the trophy will unlock.
Don't get cocky
Defeat both the Millennium Falcon and Slave I
"Oh, I'm afraid the deflector shield will be quite operational when your friends arrive."
This can be somewhat of a pain if you're stuck in a standard fighter. The Hero ships draw much of the enemy's fire once they appear on the battlefield, so you'll not only be gunning for these hulking super ships, but also trying to land the killing blow when 9 other players have the same plan. The key here is to gain control of the ship's enemy variant and attack with it, making the battle into a Millennium Falcon (Rebel) vs Slave I (Imperial) dogfight. These ships do much more damage, and in the case of the Slave I, have multiple torpedo abilities. The trophy will unlock once you have shot down each of the two Hero ships. You'll know when you earn the killing blow, as a message will appear on the right side saying "(player name) has defeated Slave I/Millennium Falcon." If you must, crash into the other ship with your own hero ship to destroy both of them. But be careful, as having your ship's health lower than your opponent's may prevent the kill from registering.
A tremor in the Force
Play once as all of the different heroes (Multiplayer) “…You’ve failed, your highness. I am a Jedi, as my father was before me.”
This will likely come when going for The Power of the Force
, as you'll be switching between different Hero characters. Heroes vs Villains is a great place to try for this, as you have a good chance at being a Hero at the start of a round. If you pick up a Hero power-up token in the other game modes, you can pick from any Hero not in use from your side of the Force.
Together we can rule the galaxy
Complete any mission with a friend
“I’ll never join you.”
Very simple, either play a split-screen game or invite a friend to play one of the missions. Once the mission ends, the trophy is yours.
Your journey has only started
Complete all missions “Hmm! Adventure. Hmmpf! Excitement. A Jedi craves not these things.”
There are 17 missions for you to complete in the base game. There are:
- 5 Training Missions
- 4 Battles
- 4 Hero Battles
- 4 Survival maps
Just complete each one on the lowest difficulty for this easy trophy.
Earn all mission stars on Master difficulty
“Only a master of evil, Darth.”
For this, you will have to complete all 12 missions on Master difficulty, which is by no means "easy." First of all, there are 3 distinct mission types with their own rules and strategies.
Battles put you and a small AI squad against a horde of enemies. In order to increase your score, you must kill the enemies and then make sure to grab the golden tokens they drop. Standard enemies are worth 2 points, and special enemy types are worth 5. If you or an ally are killed, the enemy can grab your tokens to increase their own score. Work your way around the maps and try to flank the enemy. First side to hit 100 points wins.
Hero Battles are a bit easier, as the Heroes are much more powerful than the standard troops. Vader's saber throw and Force choke are lethal at long range, with the former even able to take out multiple enemies at once if lined up properly. Leia an Palpatine can both give themselves instant health boosts if low, rather than have to seek out the rare health tokens around the map. Like the standard battle, your goal is to reach 100 points before the enemy does by collecting the tokens they drop.
Survival is more difficult if you don't prepare properly. By completing each survival on Hard, you unlock the ability to choose your multiplayer star card hand. This opens up the possibility for multiple powerful weapons to be at your disposal at all times. In addition, you can bring in a friend to play with you, doubling your firepower and making it easier to take out dangerous AT-STs that appear every 3rd wave. Make it to the end of wave 15 to win.
On the ball
Complete any Survival mission on Master difficulty within 35 minutes
“I’ve just made a deal that will keep the Empire out of here forever.”
As if completing the mission on Master wasn't bad enough, now there's a time limit for this additional trophy. One of the easier maps for this is Hoth, as there are plenty of narrow corridors to funnel stormtroopers through. Fish in a barrel. If you find yourself at an unfair advantage, you can double your firepower by inviting a friend to the next attempt.
Get 10 headshots with the Cycler Rifle (Multiplayer)
“It’s not impossible. I used to bullseye womp rats in my T-16 back home, they’re not much bigger than two meters.”
The Cycler Rifle is a star card that can be unlocked at rank 28 for 3100 credits. Unlike most of the weapons in the game, the Cycler uses physical ammunition to kill its targets. The weapon also has the unique ability of shooting through personal/squad shields, as they only block plasma blasts. Once you unlock the rifle, equip it to one of your star card hands and head into battle. Any body shot will do massive damage, killing even a slightly wounded enemy, while a headshot is naturally a one shot kill. Be on the lookout for stationary enemies on cliffsides, as they make for easy targets at long range.
Earn any collectible Star “…Boring conversation anyway. Luke! We’re gonna have company!”
Each of the 12 non-training missions contains 5 collectibles scattered across the battlefields. Collecting all 5 and completing the mission will earn you that missions collectible star and this trophy. The locations of each star for the individual maps are shown below.
Thanks to Powerpyx for the video guide.
All right, I'll give it a try
Earn a star on all training missions “Sorry about the mess.”
For this you'll not only need to finish the 5 training missions, but their secondary objective stars as well. Many of these secondary stars are time constraints, so move quickly! The missions and their stars are:
- Beggar's Canyon
- Mission Completed
- Complete within 6 minutes
- Complete within 6 minutes, without using proton torpedoes
- Endor Chase
- Mission Completed
- Complete within 2 minutes 30 seconds
- Defeat 5 Rebels before the end of the chase
- Mission Completed
- Completed within 6 minutes
- Complete and destroy 8 A-wings
- The Dark Side
- Mission Completed
- Complete in under 3 minutes
- Complete with 75% health remaining
- Mission Completed
- Complete within 8 minutes
- Complete without failing a tow cable sequence
Safety ain't the point of a joyride
Take no damage in the Endor Chase mission “He is as clumsy as he is stupid!”
To earn this trophy, you'll need to do something that no scout trooper was able to... Properly pilot a speeder bike during the forest chase. Start up the Endor Chase Training Mission, and hop on your speeder bike. Always steer towards the center of the path you're on, avoiding rocks and trees as you go. Things can get a bit constricted once you get to the area with AT-AT's and AT-ST's patrolling about, but you should still have plenty of room to maneuver. Once you see the cutscene of the final Rebel crashing, the mission will end. If you hit something and take damage, you should press
and restart the mission.
Best star pilot in the galaxy
Destroy 10 TIE fighters within 2 minutes on the Beggar's Canyon mission
“Keep your distance, Chewie, but don’t, y’know, look like you’re keeping your distance.…I don’t know. Fly casual.”
The Beggar's Canyon Training mission is a great place to earn your wings. This mission will help prepare you for the the early stages of the Fighter Squadron mode in multiplayer. After flying through the canyon, one of your squadmates will come under fire from enemy TIE Fighters. The timer for this trophy begins after you shoot at the first TIE. The first wave has about 6 fighters, all easily dispatched with steady fire, or a well-timed proton torpedo. The next wave consists of about 8 more fighters, so use the same strategy as before. Your squad will likely steal a few of your kills here, so you'll need to get the in the final wave. This last group has 8 new fighters, including 4 new TIE Interceptors! Shoot them all down to complete the mission. If you have managed to destroy 10 fighters within two minutes of taking your first shot, the trophy will unlock.
Complete any mission
“That boy is our last hope.”
Simple enough. There are 4 training missions, 4 battles, 4 hero battles, and 4 survival missions to chooses from. The training missions are the fastest to complete, so get those out of the way first. The trophy will pop after completing any of the missions, on any difficulty.
Impressive. Most impressive.
Earn a total of 5 stars from Battle missions
“I have you now!”
For this you will have to earn 5 total stars in the standard Battle missions. Just completing each of them on Normal will give you four stars, and finding all 5 collectibles on a map will grant you the fifth with little to no trouble. The Hero Battles do not count towards this trophy.
Off to a good start
Win any Battle mission on Normal difficulty against the AI “You don’t have to do this to impress me.”
Easy enough, all you have to do is complete one of the 8 battle missions . You'll earn this while working on Impressive. Most Impressive
Earn a total of 5 stars from Survival missions “I want them alive — no disintegrations!”
There are 20 total Stars that you can earn in the Survival missions. You can earn them by performing the following on each map:
- Complete the mission on Normal
- Complete the mission on Hard
- Complete the mission on Master
- Complete on Hard without spending a life
- Complete the mission and find all 5 collectibles
Any combination of these stars over the four missions will net you the trophy, the easiest earned by finding all collectibles on Normal for each map.
Complete any Survival mission on Master difficulty without dying
“IT’S A TRAP!”
I recommend completing the survival on Hard first, as it then allows you to use any of your multiplayer hands on Master difficulty. This can be somewhat difficult if you don't play with a friend, as the enemies hit hard, and like to flank you at the worst time. Having a friend as a partner in-game will allow you to have the advantage of two players fighting the standard number of enemies. This is especially helpful for those pesky AT-STs that appear every 3rd wave. If your partner dies during a round, you can still earn the trophy as long as you don't die throughout the entire mission.
Do… or do not. There is no try
Complete the Tutorial “Ben! I can be a Jedi. Ben, tell him I’m ready!” *Thumps head on ceiling.* “Ow!”
When you load up the game for the first time, you are given the option of participating in a tutorial mission to help you learn the control scheme. Select yes to begin the Tutorial: Probe Droids mission. If for some reason opt not to do this at first, you can play it at any time by pressing
at the Play menu.
Judge me by my size, do you?
Reach Rank 25 “Awww! But I was going into Tosche Station to pick up some power converters!”
This will unlock as you work towards When 900 years old you reach...
for reaching rank 50.
Not bad for a little furball
Get hit in the head by a rock from an Ewok on Endor
“Laugh it up, fuzzball!”
To have an Ewok toss a rock at you, you will have to perform a few specific actions. First of all, you'll need to play one of the larger Endor game modes (Walker Assault, Drop Zone, etc.) as an Imperial soldier/Stormtrooper. Next up, you'll likely need to leave the current combat zone and head toward the Ewok's tree village. Looking up at the treeline, you may see a bat-like creature gliding around. This Ewok on a glider will occasionally toss rocks down at you when he flies above you. If he manages to score a hit, the trophy will unlock.
Destroy a Y-wing in Walker Assault
“Why, you stuck up, half-witted, scruffy-looking Nerf herder.”
When playing Walker Assault as an Imperial, your goal will be to protect your AT-ATs from the Rebel counterattack. The Rebels will be trying to activate uplinks to gain a new Y-wing bomber for an attack run. These bombing runs can occur at three stages in the match, marked by the 3 circles on the progress bar at the top of the screen. When one of these attacks begins, look to where the Y-wing is coming from and switch to an Ion Torpedo star card. Zoom in on the Y-wing to begin to lock on to it. When the reticle turns red, FIRE! If you've timed it right, the torpedo will curve up to the Y-wing and destroy it. This protects your AT-AT, gives you a nice 170xp, and nets you a trophy.