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SWTOR Get to Foot of the Unfinished Colossus

Updated on December 21, 2011

SWTOR Get to Foot of Unfinished Colossus

SWTOR Get to Foot of Unfinished Colossus
SWTOR Get to Foot of Unfinished Colossus

SWTOR Get to Foot of Unfinished Colossus

In SWTOR sith inquisitor quest line on Dromund Kaas, the sith inquisitor must get to the foot of the unfinished colossus and find the archaeological plans. Next the sith inquisitor must get the Trandoshan relic from Lord Ogathu in Darth Skotia's bunker under the unfinished colossus. This will allow the sith inquisitor to weaken Darth Skotia's forces to the point where the sith inquisitor (and Lord Zash) can then launch an offensive on Darth Skotia. This will guide the sith inquisitor in getting to the foot of the unfinished colossus and then infiltrating Darth Skotia's bunker to find the Trandoshan relic.

SWTOR Get to Foot of Colossus

In SWTOR, the hard part of At the Foot of the Colossus quest is trying to get to the foot of the colossus. If the sith inquisitor misses the path to the foot of the colossus, it could be hours wasted trying to retrace one's footsteps back to the path that will lead to the foot of the colossus. What this means for a sith inquisitor and his companion traveling on the wrong path is trying to deal with lots of monsters and mobs along the way. Although the sith assassin can sneak his way back from the wrong path without alerting most monsters, it is still painfully slow.

To get to the foot of the colossus correctly, the sith inquisitor must travel west along the highlighted path from the Dromund Kaas spaceport until he reaches the Outpost tempest taxi stand. Just a little more to the west, the path branches west and south. Take the southern path, and the sith inquisitor should have no problems reaching the Colossus slave camp, and reaching the foot of the colossus. Now look around for the rebel engineers and defeat them to find the archaeological plans. Once the archaeological plans are recovered from the foot of the colossus, the sith inquisitor must answer Lord Zash's holocall. Lord Zash requests the sith inquisitor enter Darth Skotia's bunker to find the Trandoshan relic.

SWTOR Darth Skotia Bunker At Foot of the Colossus

In SWTOR, the Darth Skotia Bunker lies at the foot of the colossus somewhere. Use the compass to find the entrance to this area (it's a sith inquisitor class only area and hence illuminated by a green light). Once in the Darth Skotia bunker, the objectives are to destroy the monitoring station and open the reliquary door.

As the sith assassin, this mission is easy. Simply go into stealth mode and select only those enemies that the sith assassin wishes to eliminate. Sneak past those who are not in the way to save time. However note that some enemies are unavoidable. These include the sith captains guarding the monitoring stations. Disable all the monitoring stations and head for the reliquary door. Unfortunately, for the sith sorceror, it's a matter of defeating the enemies as they come by along the way.

In SWTOR Darth Skotia Bunker, finally enter the chamber beyond the reliquary door to find Lord Ogathu guarding the Trandoshan relic. Use the dashade to tank the sith assassin and then just go to the back of Lord Ogathu and backstab him repeatedly using the Maul ability (or until force power is used up). Using this technique, Lord Ogathu will be defeated, and the Trandoshan relic will belong to the sith assassin.

Now it's time to go and dismantle the cyborg machine that is Darth Skotia.

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