Codex entry[edit | edit source]
|“||The Jedi Consular trains primarily in the ways of the Force. Consulars can subdue their targets using telekinetic powers and lightsabers alike."
"Primary Attribute: Willpower"
"Willpower increases the damage and critical chances of the Consular's Melee and Force powers. This remains so for the Shadow, while the Sage's Willpower increases Force damage and healing powers instead."
"Advanced Classes (Available at level 10): Jedi Sage and Jedi Shadow"
"Jedi Sage (Damage, Healing): Sages keep their targets at a distance, utilizing telekinetic Force abilities like Project, Telekinetic Throw and Force Stun. A Sage is also fluent in the arts of healing through the Force and can provide a powerful support role as healers when trained as a Seer."
"Jedi Shadow (Damage, Defense): Shadows are infiltrators and Jedi intelligence gatherers. Trained with stealth and double-bladed lightsabers, a Shadow tackles conflict with subtlety and a mix of decisive martial arts and the Force. Shadows specializing in Kinetic Combat can leverage the defensive strengths of a double-bladed lightsaber and the Force to guard allies and bolster defenses.
|~ Star Wars: The Old Republic, Jedi Consular codex entry|
Entry details[edit | edit source]
The Jedi Consular codex entry is unlocked by Jedi Consulars the first time they interact with Jedi Master Wettle. Wettle is a Twi'lek Jedi Consular trainer located on the second floor of the Jedi Temple on Tython. Speaking with Wettle is the primary objective of the mission Wisdom of the Elders.
Rewards[edit | edit source]
- 45 XP