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LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga Federal District Character Unlock Guide

Want to unlock all characters on Coruscant in the Federal District? This LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga Federal District Character Unlock Guide will tell you how to unlock all of the characters in this area so you can unlock them, use them in the future, and save some Studs on buying rumors.

The Federal District in Coruscant is quite unique as it’s one of the few areas that lists 10 unlockable characters but actually provides some of those as part of the story for the area. As such, we’re only listing the characters in which you have to search to unlock.

LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga Federal District Character Unlock Guide

How To Unlock Yaddle (Jedi)
How To Unlock Jocasta Nu (Jedi)
How To Unlock Luminara Unduli (Jedi)
How To Unlock Aurra Sing (Bounty Hunter)
How To Unlock Mas Amedda (Extra)
How To Unlock BB-9E (Astromech Droid), Droideka (Extra), RA-7 Green (Protocol Droid) , B2 Super Battle Droid (Extra)
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