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Luke Skywalker as he appears in Battlefront II

Luke Skywalker is a Rebel Alliance Hero in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront and Star Wars Battlefront II. His X-Wing, Red Five, is also playable as a hero ship.

Star Wars Battlefront[edit | edit source]

"May the Force be with us."
— Intro Dialogue in Star Wars Battlefront

Luke Skywalker is a Rebel Alliance Hero in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront. He acts as a counter to the Galactic Empire's lightsaber-wielder, Darth Vader.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Luke Skywalker has very high movement speed and agility compared to most of the other heroes, which allows him to move around the battlefield much faster than opponents can react. He shares two of his abilities with Darth Vader.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

  • Heavy Attack: A powerful sweeping attack which inflicts multiple hits, intended to take out multiple close-ranged enemies at the same time or inflict heavy damage to heroes, as it has augmented damage over simple lightsaber slashes. Heavy Attacking simultaneously with Vader will result in a brief lightsaber duel purely built for aesthetic purposes, during which both are briefly invulnerable to further attack.
  • Force Push: Luke uses the force to push enemies away from him. When the ability is activated, any enemies in front of Luke will be pushed away from him and killed in the process. if used against a hero, it will stun them momentarily, making them vulnerable to follow-up attacks.
  • Saber Rush: A long distance attack that allows Luke to close distances on far away enemies very quickly or traverse the map.
  • Deflected Shot: Essentially Luke's defensive blocking maneuver, whenever this ability is active, Luke uses his lightsaber to block incoming attacks, usually nullifying any damage dealt by them. When blocking, all blaster shots that hit Luke from the front will be reflected in the direction the player is aiming, essentially towards whatever the player's crosshair is on. If Luke is struck by an explosive projectile, such like Rockets, Torpedoes, Disruption Blasts and Homing Shots, he will still block the shot but the projectile will explode, causing Luke to suffer splash damage while solid projectiles (Cycler Rifle shots, Scatter Gun blasts and Fire) cannot be reflected. This ability will also block enemy lightsaber attacks as long as they do not hit Luke from behind. Locking by pressing R3 on console or V on PC will lock the crosshair onto an enemy, causing all reflected attacks to be directed towards that enemy.

Trait[edit | edit source]

Luke Skywalker was given a hero trait, along with the other launch heroes, in the Rogue One: Scarif Update. Luke Skywalker's trait gives him increased speed with each kill or damage dealt to opposing heroes.

Level 1: 25% Speed Increase

Level 2: 50% Speed Increase

Level 3: 80% Speed Increase

Strategies[edit | edit source]

General

  • Never forget about Luke's high speed, because he can jump in and jump out faster than anyone can put any big hits on him. Don't be afraid to use him in hit-and-run attacks, as they are very effective.
  • Luke also has the ability to shut off his light saber by pressing down on the D-pad (or C on PC). This combined with his generally camouflage clothing can give him the element of surprise.
  • If the player has Luke at trait level 2 or 3, keep on sprinting and jumping to make it difficult for enemies to hit him.

Heavy Strike

  • Luke's heavy strike allows him to almost instantly wipe out a large number of enemies. Doorways close to an objective where enemies are packed in trying to get in is a great place to use it.
  • As mentioned before, when Luke and Vader simultaneously use a heavy strike on each other, they will enter a clash, and whoever pushes down the said button the most, will get a significant advantage over the other.

Saber Rush

  • The Saber Rush, while dealing great damage, also has the extra effect of giving Luke a dash. Next time an enemy tries to damage Luke with a thermal imploder, use the saber rush to not only escape the blast, but to try to eliminate the enemy trooper who threw the grande. It can also be used to propel Luke vertically in the air, allowing him to reach areas he usually wouldn't be able to with his Force jump.
  • If Luke is surrounded, don't be afraid to use this as an escape.

Force Push

  • While not having the damage output of a Heavy Strike, it has much larger area of effect.
  • Try to use this ability while Luke jumping, as it will allow him to remain moving while in the Force Push animation. Activating the ability on the ground will hold Luke still during the animation.
  • Luke's Force Push got buffed during the January patch, and can deal about 25 to 30 damage to opposing villains, so don't be afraid to use it.

Deflected Shot

  • The deflected shot is one thing that is great because of how often it is ignored. While at first it seems to simply be a defensive, time buying trick, it is actually quite the dangerous offense. The icon displayed while blocking is a cross-hair showing where Luke will try to deflect any shots that come his way. It is very satisfying to use as someone's pulse cannon blast against his own team or even himself! If Luke is being shot by a vehicle, don't try to deflect the shot as Luke is unable to deflect these more powerful blasts.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

"Close enough!"
— Upon using Force Push
"Back...off!"
— Upon using Force Push
"Coming through!"
— Upon using Saber Rush
"I'll come to you!"
— Upon using Saber Rush
"I am a Jedi like my father before me."
— Emote (Battlefront)
"I warned you not to underestimate my powers."
— Emote (Battlefront)
"Search your feelings. Let go of your hate."
— Emote (Battlefront)
"I don't want to kill you!"
— Upon attacking
"You gave me no choice!"
— Upon attacking
"Keep them off balance!"
— Upon attacking
"You're no match for a Jedi!"
— Upon attacking Boba Fett
"Can I get some support here?!"
— At low health
"I need support!"
— At low health
"Don't make me destroy you, Father!"
— Upon attacking Darth Vader
"Your evil plans will never come to fruition!"
— Upon attacking Emperor Palpatine

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Luke Skywalker appears in his Return of The Jedi outfit on all planets except Hoth. On Hoth, he wears his outfit from The Empire Strikes Back when he is trapped in an ice cave by a Wampa.
  • On Hoth, Luke uses his father's lightsaber, on all other planets he uses his green lightsaber.
    • This is correct and on-target with the Canon story. We don't know when the Sullust map takes place, but it must be after Return of the Jedi, because he has a black robe and green lightsaber.
  • If a player is playing as Luke and another as Darth Vader, and both use the Heavy Strike ability at the same time, a lightsaber blocking scene will commence.
  • He is voiced by Anthony Hansen.
  • Luke's theme song is known as The Tractor Beam/Chasm Crossfire Medley in the New Hope OST.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Star Wars Battlefront II[edit | edit source]

"Luke Skywalker uses his lightsaber skills and the Force to be on the frontlines of battle. His high maneuverability enables him to rush his enemies and avoid damage."
— In-game description

Luke Skywalker returns in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront II, as a Hero for the Rebel Alliance.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Luke is a very mobile and fast hitting hero. Because of his speed and health regen, he works best as a hit-and-run hero. He also possesses formidable melee prowess through his high stamina and "Intensify" card, which slowly but surely increases his lightsaber damage for every trooper that is defeated or for every 200 damage dealt to heroes, to the point he can one-shot three of the four base trooper classes and potentially deal very high damage to enemy heroes while still maintaining his mobility.

Luke can use his Force Push on the move which can take out a majority of the default classes in one hit. His Saber Rush allows him to damage enemies from a short distance or close the gap on a foe that is further away. His Repulse allows him to damage and knock back any enemies that are standing within its radius, which can leave them vulnerable to attacks.

One of Luke's abilities is Push, where he uses the force to push his enemies off their feet and away from Luke. Push can one-hit kill Officers, Assaults, and Specialists, but Heavies are able to survive it.

Luke's second ability is Repulse, where he uses the force to knock down nearby enemies surrounding him. This ability won't kill a full health player, unless they have low health, but will still deal damage to them. (Note that Luke will be very vulnerable to damage himself, so be wise when using Repulse.)

Luke's third ability is Rush. With this ability, Luke enhances his speed and rushes to the attack. While Luke can use this ability 2 times, if the player has the card "Jedi Reflexes", Luke can use the ability 3 times. Combining Rush with a Dodge can allow Luke to be very agile, making it very hard for enemies to hit Luke.

Levels[edit | edit source]

Level Reward Upon Reaching Level XP to Complete Level Total Skill Points
1 None 3,000 0
2 1 Skill Point
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Epicenter large.png Epicenter becomes available
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Deflection Mastery large.png Deflection Mastery becomes available
5,800 1
3 1 Skill Point 10,200 2
4 1 Skill Point 10,540 3
5 1 Skill Point
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Intensify large.png Intensify becomes available
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Stronger Push large.png Stronger Push becomes available
10,976 4
6 1 Skill Point 11,400 5
7 1 Skill Point 11,836 6
8 1 Skill Point 12,280 7
9 1 Skill Point 12,736 8
10 1 Skill Point
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Rush Immunity large.png Rush Immunity becomes available
16,750 9
11 1 Skill Point 17,203 10
12 1 Skill Point
Can now upgrade Star Cards to Rare
17,660 11
13 1 Skill Point 18,123 12
14 1 Skill Point 18,590 13
15 1 Skill Point
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Jedi Reflexes large.png Jedi Reflexes becomes available
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Jedi Fighter large.png Jedi Fighter becomes available
19,063 14
16 1 Skill Point 19,540 15
17 1 Skill Point 20,023 16
18 1 Skill Point 20,510 17
19 1 Skill Point 21,003 18
20 1 Skill Point
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Extended Push Reach large.png Extended Push Reach becomes available
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Strong Repulse large.png Strong Repulse becomes available
21,500 19
21 1 Skill Point 22,003 20
22 1 Skill Point 22,510 21
23 1 Skill Point 23,023 22
24 1 Skill Point 23,540 23
25 1 Skill Point
Can now upgrade Star Cards to Epic
24,063 24
26-37 1 Skill Point per level 24,417 36
38-40 1,000 Credits per level 24,417 36
Prestige:
41-1,000 (MAX)
None 25,000 36

Health and Movement[edit | edit source]

Health Statistics for Luke Skywalker
Base Health 750
Health Regen Rate 100 health/sec
SWBFII Hero Passive Health Icon.svg Health on Elimination
20 for trooper elimination
100 for hero elimination
Max Health Regen 200
Regen Delay 2.7 sec
Movement Statistics for Luke Skywalker
Sprint Speed 8.6 meters/second
Maximum Jump Height 10 meters
Number of Dodges 2
Dodge Length 5.5 meters
Dodge Cooldown 1.1 seconds per dodge
All dodges grant 20% damage reduction throughout the animation

Weapon[edit | edit source]

Weapon Image
SWBFII Luke Skywalker Lightsaber Icon.svg
(Jedi Appearance)

SWBFII Luke Skywalker Hoth Lightsaber Icon.svg
(Hoth, Yavin Ceremony and Farmboy Appearances)
In-game Description Luke Skywalker constructed a new lightsaber to replace the one he lost during his duel with Darth Vader at Cloud City.
Damage 130
160 (Rear)
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Intensify large.png Intensify
Damage can increase up to:
148 / 154 / 160 / 166
Rear: 178 / 184 / 190 / 196
Swing Speed ~2.45 swings/second
Melee Attacks 10 swings possible
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Jedi Fighter large.png Jedi Fighter
Decreases stamina drain by:
20% / 25% / 30% / 35%
Blaster Deflections 1112 damage deflections possible
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Deflection Mastery large.png Deflection Mastery
Increases blaster stamina drain by:
18% / 15% / 12% / 10%
but blasters are deflected accurately
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Jedi Fighter large.png Jedi Fighter
Decreases stamina drain by:
20% / 25% / 30% / 35%
Deflection Spread (angle multiplier) 0.45
Melee Deflections 10 melee deflections possible
Stamina Regen Delay 1 seconds
Stamina Regen Speed (from empty) 3 seconds

Weapon Image
SWBFII Luke Skywalker Lightsaber Icon.svg
(Jedi Appearance)

SWBFII Luke Skywalker Hoth Lightsaber Icon.svg
(Hoth, Yavin Ceremony and Farmboy Appearances)
Damage 36-30
Range Start damage drop-off: 20 meters
End damage drop-off: 40 meters

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Passive Ability[edit | edit source]

Name Health on Elimination
Ability Icon SWBFII Hero Passive Health Icon.svg
In-game Description Luke Skywalker regains health for each defeated enemy.
Effect Grants 20 health per defeated trooper, 100 health per defeated Hero.


Combat Abilities[edit | edit source]

Ability Icon SWBFII Luke Skywalker Ability Push Icon.svg
In-game Description Luke Skywalker uses the Force to push enemies in front of him, knocking them over ledges or into danger.
Damage 150 (Non-heroes)
90 (Heroes)
Effect Knocks back opponents 10 meters, dealing damage
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Stronger Push large.png Stronger Push
Increases knockback distance to:
14 / 16 / 18 / 20 meters
Area of Effect 12 meters
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Extended Push Reach large.png Extended Push Reach
Increases area of effect to:
13.8 / 14.4 / 15 / 15.6 meters
Ability Cooldown 20 seconds

Ability Icon SWBFII Luke Skywalker Ability Repulse Icon.svg
In-game Description Luke Skywalker sends a burst of Force energy out from the ground, dealing damage to any enemies nearby.
Damage 130 (Non-heroes)
75 (Heroes)
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Epicenter large.png Epicenter
Increases damage to:
155 / 160 / 165 / 170 (Non-heroes)
100 / 105 / 110 / 115 (Heroes)
Area of Effect 12 meters
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Strong Repulse large.png Strong Repulse
Increases area of effect to:
13.8 / 14.4 / 15 / 15.6 meters
Ability Cooldown 17 seconds

Ability Icon SWBFII Luke Skywalker Ability Rush Icon.svg
In-game Description Luke Skywalker uses the Force to enhance his speed and quickly move in any direction while swinging his lightsaber.
Damage 100
Effect Deals damage
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Rush Immunity large.png Rush Immunity
Grants 8% / 10% / 12% / 15% damage reduction to Luke for 3 seconds after using Rush
Ability Cooldown 5 seconds per charge
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Jedi Reflexes large.png Jedi Reflexes
Increases cooldown per charge to:
6.23 / 6 / 5.73 / 5.5
but grants a third Rush to Luke

Known Issues[edit | edit source]

Push and Repulse, and also many other abilities in the game, can be affected by a bug that can make the forced movement effect not work while still dealing damage to the enemy, or not damage the enemies while the forced movement effect is properly applied, or even not do anything at all to enemies in range occasionally. It's still a mystery what exactly causes this Day 1 issue. Through the development history of this game, this issue has been improved, but never entirely fixed.

Rush can sometimes cause a bug when Luke dies while performing the ability. This bug persists for a few seconds around Luke's corpse and can stagger enemies that are near it. In the past this bug also damaged enemies, but that got fixed in a previous patch.

Boost Cards[edit | edit source]

Main article: Boost Card
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Epicenter large.png SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Deflection Mastery large.png SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Intensify large.png SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Stronger Push large.png SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Rush Immunity large.png
Epicenter Deflection Mastery Intensify Stronger Push Rush Immunity
SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Jedi Reflexes large.png SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Jedi Fighter large.png SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Extended Push Reach large.png SWBFII DICE Boost Card Luke Skywalker - Strong Repulse large.png
Jedi Reflexes Jedi Fighter Extended Push Reach Strong Repulse

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Luke-skywalker-jedi.jpg Luke-skywalker-hoth.jpg Luke ceremony.png SWBFII DICE Luke Skywalker Farmboy Appearance.png
Jedi
(Default)
Hoth
(Rare)
Yavin Ceremony
(Epic)
Farmboy
(Legendary)

Victory Poses[edit | edit source]

Jedihero.png Masterskywalker.png Heretorescueyou.png Notafraid.png
Jedi Hero Master Skywalker Here to Rescue You Not Afraid

In-game Hints[edit | edit source]

General[edit | edit source]

"All heroes can dodge or evade. Use this to avoid damage and open distance between you and your enemy."
— First hint
"Dodge is most effective at avoiding lightsaber attacks and opening space between you and the attacker."
— Second hint
"Heroes can only block attacks from the front. Try to position around them and hit them from behind to be effective."
— Third hint
"Each time a blocking hero deflects damage or swings their lightsaber, they lose stamina. When out of stamina, heroes are unable to deflect or trigger a closing strike."
— Fourth hint
"Heroes have strengths and weaknesses. Hone your skills by playing Arcade."
— Fifth hint
"Use Star Cards to ensure your hero experience is personally tailored."
— Sixth hint
"Heroes will only regenerate a limited amount of health after taking damage."
— Seventh hint

Specific[edit | edit source]

"Luke can deflect blaster bolts back at his enemies."
— First hint
"Luke can use Push to keep enemies at distance or knock them off ledges."
— Second hint
"Keeping mobile and ready to close quickly on enemies is the best way for Luke Skywalker to be effective."
— Third hint

Emotes and Quotes[edit | edit source]

"I will never join the dark side. I'm a Jedi."
— First emote
"Your overconfidence is your weakness."
— Second emote
"Greetings, exalted ones."
— Third emote
"I feel the good in you."
— Fourth emote

"May the Force be with us."
— Upon spawning
"Move it!"
— Upon using Push
"Drop your weapons!"
— Upon using Repulse
"Too close!"
— Upon using Repulse
"On my way!"
— Upon using Rush

"Luke: Come with me father, away from this.
Vader: First you will join me!
"
— Banter with Darth Vader
"Luke: Anakin is still a part of you.
Vader: Anakin Skywalker no longer exists!
"
— Banter with Darth Vader
"Luke: I can't let you win here!
Vader: Your power is no match for mine!
"
— Banter with Darth Vader
"Luke: The dark side doesn't rule you!
Vader: My master rules me and the dark side together.
"
— Banter with Darth Vader
"Luke: Stay away from this people.
Vader: Your concern withers your strength.
"
— Banter with Darth Vader
"I'm trying Master Yoda, one of the first things you taught me."
— Banter with Yoda
"Something dark is coming. Something familiar."
— Banter with Kylo Ren
"At least there's no trash compactor."
— Banter with Leia Organa
"Luke: You ever consider moisture farming?
Han: I told you, I'm not up for retirement yet!
"
— Banter with Han Solo
"Something's coming. One lightsaber... two blades."
— Banter with Darth Maul
"That's a Sith Lord! It has to be!"
— Banter with Darth Maul
"I was trained by Obi-Wan and Yoda."
— Banter with Emperor Palpatine
"Inferno Squad, I recognize the markings!"
— Banter with Iden Versio
"Han's friend, Boba Fett!"
— Banter with Boba Fett
"That Bounty Hunter's back again!"
— Banter with Boba Fett
"Another Bounty Hunter, could be Bossk!"
— Banter with Bossk

"That Jedi is 'Skywalking' over the competition."
Heroes vs. Villains announcer
"Tatooine's favorite sun saves the day. The Force will be with Luke Skywalker. Always."
— Heroes vs. Villains announcer
"Luke Skywalker has been spotted."
— Empire announcer, when an opposing Luke player spawns.
"We have reports of Luke Skywalker having joined the battle."
— Empire announcer, when an opposing Luke player spawns.
"Luke Skywalker is here. Vader should be informed."
— Empire announcer, when an opposing Luke player spawns.
"Commander Skywalker is here to aid us!"
— Rebel announcer, when a Luke player spawns
"We're getting Jedi support. Luke Skywalker is here!"
— Rebel announcer, when a Luke player spawns
"Luke Skywalker has joined the battle!"
— Rebel announcer, when a Luke player spawns

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • He is voiced by Matthew Mercer in Star Wars Battlefront II (2017).
  • Luke is one of three heroes whose weapon changes depending on the Appearance he has equipped. The other two heroes are Rey and Darth Maul.
  • Luke is the fastest hero in the game, his sprint speed is 8.6 m/s.
  • He is also a hero who appeared in the campaign. When Del Meeko is tasked to destroy the emperor's observatory in Pillio.

Updates[edit | edit source]

1.2 Patch

  • Buff: Increased sprint speed by 0.6 meters/second.
  • Buff: Increased Health from 700 to 750.
  • Buff: Increased Health Regeneration rate from 50 to 110.
  • Buff: Decreased Regeneration delay from 5 to 2.7.
  • Nerf: Decreased Max Regeneration amount from 250 to 200.
  • Bug fix: Epicenter will now deal the proper amount of damage when activated.

Night on Endor Update

  • General: Updated the description of Rush so that it properly states it is an attack.
  • General: Created new sounds when playing Luke's intro sequence.

Han Solo Season Update

  • Buff: Increased the max amount of lightsaber swings from full stamina from 8 to 10.
  • Buff: Increased Repulse damage to heroes from 50 to 75.
  • Buff: Players can now move a few frames earlier after using Dash.
  • Buff: Increased Push damage to heroes from 65 to 90.
  • Mechanics change: Added non-hero specific damage to Push at 150.
  • Mechanics change: Added non-hero specific damage to Repulse at 130.
  • General: When Luke is wearing his Hoth Appearance, the weapon icon will now showcase the proper lightsaber.

Battle of Geonosis Update

  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue where Luke's first lightsaber strike would not always register against an enemy.

Darth Tyranus Update

  • Bug fix: Fixed several issues with Luke's abilities not always registering due to map geometry factors.

Capital Supremacy Update

  • Mechanics change: Improved hero lightsaber combat in a variety of ways:
    • Removed staggering when a player attacks an enemy hero who is blocking.
    • A hero can no longer attack when they have no stamina.
    • Removed the stamina costs associated with pressing and holding block.
    • After being hit by a lightsaber, players will not be able to be staggered by a lightsaber attack for 0.8 seconds.
  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue where Luke Skywalker's Star Cards would become unequipped after consecutive rounds of Heroes vs. Villains.
  • Buff: Increased lightsaber damage from 100 to 120. Attack from behind bonus damage increased from 20 to 30.

Giants Above Kachirho Update

  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue that would prevent Rush from inflicting damage to the Officer's turret.
  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue that would prevent the Deflection Mastery Star Card to work as intended.

Siege of Kamino Update

  • Buff: Increased Luke Skywalker's base damage from 120 to 130.
  • General: Replaced the words "empire soldier" with "enemy soldier," on Luke's Cleansing The Darkness Star Card description.
  • General: Minor visual improvements to Luke's Force and Repulse ability animation.

Where are those Droidekas Update

  • Buff: Reduced recharge time of Repulse from 20 seconds to 17 seconds.
  • Buff: Increased base radius of Repulse from 10 to 12 meters.
  • Buff: Changed Jedi Fighter stamina drain decrease from 5-6-8-10 to 20-25-30-35.
  • Buff: Adjusted the animation of attacks for speed.
  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue where Luke could damage enemies with Rush after dying.
  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue where Luke's fingers were clipping with his lightsaber hilt when performing the Greetings, Exalted Ones emote.

Roger Roger Update

  • Mechanics change: Luke's health-on-kill Star Card, Cleansing The Darkness, has been replaced with Intensify.
  • Mechanics change: Luke now gains health from every kill automatically, no Star Card required.
  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue where Repulse would occasionally not apply damage.

Cooperation Update

  • New content: Added Farmboy Appearance.
  • Mechanics change: When hero abilities are interrupted by another ability, the interrupted ability will become instantly available so it can be used again. Before this, the interrupted ability would enter its cooldown despite not triggering.

Another Night on Endor Update

  • New content: Added Yavin Ceremony Appearance.
  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue where Push could sometimes be refunded, despite hitting enemies.
  • Unlisted: Rush now ignores dodge immunity.

The Celebration Update

  • Nerf: Changed Star Card values for Luke Skywalker's Intensify from 20-30-40-50 to 18-24-30-36.

The Rise of Skywalker Update

  • Quality of life: Luke Skywalker's Push and Repulse now show the number of opponents affected.

BB Update

  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue that could cause some of the abilities of Luke Skywalker to affect enemies through objects.
  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue where users could receive a jumping advantage while using the Push ability in mid-air.

The Age of Rebellion Update

  • Bug fix: Fixed an issue with textures appearing on Luke Skywalker's hair while he is idle while wearing the Yavin Ceremony and Farmboy Appearances.

Battle on Scarif Update

  • General: The Farmboy Appearance has been changed so that it can now be unlocked at any time by eliminating 5,000 enemies with Luke Skywalker.

May 28th Patch

  • Quality of life: Adjusted the milestone requirement to unlock Luke's Farmboy Appearance so that any kills with a Light Side hero will count toward milestone progress.

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