LEGO Skywalker Saga: List of Puzzles in Dragonsnake Bog

This guide page for LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga consists of all the puzzles that can be found in Dragonsnake Bog, a part of the planet Dagobah.

The guide contains a thorough description of the puzzles in this location, which will help you obtain the hidden Kyber Bricks – one of the game’s secrets.

  • Welcome to Dagobah!
  • The Misty Swamp
  • Timing Training
  • Stinky Sinking
  • Luke What We Got Here!

Welcome to Dagobah!

Collectible: Puzzle – Kyber Brick

As soon as you land on the swamp (northeastern part of the area), you can get the Kyber Brick.

The Kyber Brick is located on the left side of the ship. Simply run into it to add it to your collection.

The Misty Swamp

Collectible: Puzzle – Kyber Brick

The Kyber Brick is levitating at a high altitude in the western part of the swamp.


Choose any character that can use the Force and start building a tower in the place shown in picture 1, using the nearby chests. This will allow you to climb the tree.

Keep climbing until you reach the highest point on the tree. Choose any Scavenger (e.g. Rey) and build a Hang Glider. Use it to glide towards the collectible from picture 2.

Timing Training

Collectible: Puzzle – Kyber Brick

The puzzle is located in the northeastern part of the map, near the landing pad and the cave entrance.

The Kyber Brick is locked in a cage. There are 4 pressure plates in the area – you have to run over them very quickly, because you will only get a few seconds. Plan your sprint route well and don’t stop until you touch the last, fourth button.

Stinky Sinking

Collectible: Puzzle – Ship (B-wing Starfighter)

You can unlock the ship after reaching the tank in the eastern part of the map.

Switch to any character that can use the Force. You must use the Force to lift and place more containers on the water. This will allow your character to jump across and finally reach the collectible that unlocks a new ship model.

Luke What We Got Here!

Collectible: Puzzle – Kyber Brick

The puzzle is in the southern part of the swamp.

There are several Kyber Bricks hidden throughout the swamp in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. To find them, you’ll need to follow a series of steps involving different characters and abilities. Here’s a guide to help you locate all of the Kyber Bricks in the swamp:

First, switch to any character from the Villains class. You’ll need to throw a grenade at the silver container shown in picture 1, which will destroy it. Bouncing bricks will appear at the explosion site. Use them to build a crate with a hook and then switch to any Bounty Hunter to catch the hook (picture 2). Pulling it and destroying the second crate will cause the Kyber Brick to appear.

To find the Kyber Brick for the “Find a Footing” puzzle, choose any character that uses the Force. Find a pole at the base of the tree and use the Force to move it to an empty slot in the tree (picture 1). You can now jump to the other bars and finally reach the location of the collectible.

For the “Putting Down Roots” puzzle, choose any character that uses the Force, as well as a droid. Stand under the brick, use the Force to grab the droid and move it near the collectible (picture above). Switch to the droid to catch the secret mid-air.

To find the Kyber Brick for the “One Yoda’s Trash…” puzzle, choose any character from the Bounty Hunter class. You’ll need to locate the golden crate shown in the picture. Shoot at it as a bounty hunter – you will destroy it and reveal the collectible.

For the “Cooking up Stumps” puzzle, the collectible is in Yoda’s Hut; the entrance is located in the western part of the swamp. You’ll notice the brick near the ceiling. Choose any character that uses the Force, as well as a droid. Use the Force to grab the droid and move it near the collectible (picture above). Switch to the droid to catch the secret.

To find the Kyber Brick for the “Into Exile, I Must Go” puzzle, choose any character that can use the Force, and use it on the large structure in the location indicated by the collectible icon. By tearing off one of the walls, you will reveal the golden object shown in the picture. Shoot at it while playing as any bounty hunter, and you will be able to take the Kyber Brick.

Finally, for the “Feeling Kinda Fungi” puzzle, destroy the nearby objects to reveal the bouncing blocks. You can use them to build 1 of 3 different objects (picture 1). The Kyber Brick is at the northern end of the map, on a higher ledge, hidden by vines by default.

To start, try building either the left or right mushroom to climb up to the rope (as shown in picture 2) which will remove some of the vines when caught. Remember to destroy the structure when finished so that a new mushroom can be built. Finally, build the middle mushroom to reach the collectible.

For the most complicated puzzle in the location, go to the Dark Side Cave. In this puzzle, reflect a ray of light to get rid of red force fields. Start by reaching the room shown in picture 1 and use the Force to grab the object and place it in the nearby structure. A rotating mechanism will appear (picture 2) and directing the ray of light at the nearby red barrier will disable it. Destroy the obstacle shown in picture 1 and direct the ray to the new opening to activate another construction in the cave (picture 2). Keep bouncing rays from other objects until the final goal of getting rid of the red barrier blocking the access to the Kyber Brick (picture 2) is achieved.

To get the collectible in the north-eastern part of the swamp, look for the rope shown in the picture above and climb to the top where the secret is hidden high in the tree.

For the puzzle in the middle of the swamp, match the correct symbols on the 4 interactive objects by remembering the number of fireflies (from 1 to 4) and the symbol found when exploring the swamp. The solution to the puzzle is shown in the picture.

The collectible in the south-western part of the swamp can be found by exploring.

There is a brick floating beside the vertical nets platforms, as shown in the picture above. To reach there, use a character like Scavenger (for instance, Rey). Based on your starting point, you can use the Net Launcher to hang them or the Glider to glide from the nearby higher shelf.

Swing From a Hairy Vine

The Kyber Brick puzzle collectible is located in the south-western part of the map. You can glide to the collectible from the place where you obtained the brick from the puzzle called Have a Nice Dagobah! Alternatively, you can descend on a rope from a taller tree to reach there.

FAQ

1. What is LEGO Skywalker Saga: Dragonsnake Bog?

LEGO Skywalker Saga: Dragonsnake Bog is a level in the upcoming video game LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. This level takes place on the planet Dagobah, where Luke Skywalker trains with Jedi Master Yoda. The level is set in the swamps of Dagobah, where players must navigate through the treacherous terrain to complete various puzzles and challenges.

2. Are there any new puzzles in LEGO Skywalker Saga: Dragonsnake Bog?

Yes, there are several new puzzles in LEGO Skywalker Saga: Dragonsnake Bog. One of the main puzzles involves using the Force to move objects and clear paths. There are also puzzles that require players to use different characters and their unique abilities to progress through the level. For example, players may need to use R2-D2 to hack into a computer system or use Chewbacca’s strength to move heavy objects.

3. Is there a list of all the puzzles in LEGO Skywalker Saga: Dragonsnake Bog?

While there is no official list of all the puzzles in LEGO Skywalker Saga: Dragonsnake Bog, some of the puzzles that have been shown in gameplay footage and trailers include:

  • Using the Force to move rocks and clear a path
  • Building a bridge out of LEGO pieces to cross a stream
  • Using R2-D2 to hack into a computer system and open a door
  • Using Chewbacca’s strength to move a heavy object out of the way
  • Using a lightsaber to cut through vines and other obstacles

These are just a few examples, and there may be many more puzzles to discover in the full game. Players will need to use their problem-solving skills and creativity to solve each puzzle and progress through the level.

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