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In this section, you shall:

  • Awaken inside of the Peragus Mining Facility and regain your bearings
  • Discover new allies as the player character that you generated
  • Explore the ruined facility and defend yourself from its rogue mining droids

Introduction[edit]

Following the scuttling of the Ebon Hawk, T3-M4 and 3C-FD had managed to repair the Ebon Hawk and begin an emergency docking procedure with the Peragus II mining facility before an unwelcome stowaway returned to attack the droid duo. Despite this, the freighter managed to dock successfully and the miners managed to retrieve you in time to offer the medical help that you desperately needed. After an unknown amount of time has passed, you awaken to the sound of a peculiar voice alone in the medical bay, at full strength but completely without knowledge or gear - all that you have on is the underthings that you last wore.

Not only that, but as you explore the ruinous compound it seems that time may have passed along a lot faster than you had first expected: the facility seems abandoned, and there are renegade droids which appear to have killed many of the mine's personnel. You need to find help and some equipment before anything worse happens next.

Kolto Tank[edit]

You gain control of the player character in the center of the medbay. Tooltips advising basic gameplay features appear as you branch out from here, which can be disabled in the options menu if you do not need the help. You also get a pop-up as you leave the room.

Immersion in kolto tanks can heal most wounds. If you have lost Vitality Points during your explorations, return here to the medical bay and use the empty kolto tank behind you to heal your wounds.

As described, you can go back and interact with the now-empty kolto tank, which restores your health.

You may also get another tooltip after running around for a bit.

You can use the mouse to select eligible targets. While in combat, only hostiles will be targetable.

After opening the first two doors, you'll come across the main hallway connecting the medical bay (left door) and the morgue (first right door). Ahead is a sealed door which is stuck closed due to the extreme damage of the inner facility. The door to the morgue is initially locked, so you'll need to go through the medical bay first.

Medical Bay[edit]

Going through the leftmost door leads you to the Peragus Medical Bay. There is a Lab Station here to make medical items with the found chemicals if you took points in Treat Injury, but only medkits will be useful to you at this point in time.

If you try to go through the other door in this room...

[This heavily fortified door cannot be bashed open. Perhaps a nearby console can open it.]

As the game hints, you need to interact with the aforementioned console to progress further.

If you can open the door to the medical storage room, you'll get a bit of loot. Item(s) received: Medical Bay Container -- Medpac (2) Item(s) received: Medical Bay Container -- Chemicals (5)

After this, you can try to go through the central damaged door and bash it, however...

This door is too damaged to be bashed open with anything short of a plasma torch.

Of course, this redirects us to our only option: the morgue across the hall.

Morgue[edit]

Inside the morgue, the body of the old woman from before and the body of a recently deceased miner are laid up. If you try to interact with the old woman first...

[This old woman looks dead, but there's no sign of what killed her.]

Lifting the sheet from the corpse of the miner reveals that he had a plasma torch on his body, a tool suited to cutting metals with precision. The second that you retrieve the torch from the corpse, the old woman, despite appearing dead, awakens.

KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: Find what you are looking for amongst the dead?
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: The ship we arrived in must still be in this place. We should recover it and leave.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Why do we need to leave? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Care to explain why you're in such a hurry? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. "We?" Why do you think we are together in this?
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: We were attacked once, and I fear our attackers will not give up the hunt so easily - without transport, weapons, and information, they will find us easy prey indeed.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. [Awareness] You seem nervous, worried. Is something wrong?
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: Even as I slept, I felt much unrest here - I saw strange visions, minds colored with fear - now, everything here feels terribly silent.
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: I would find out as much as you can about this place quickly - I fear we will need to depart as suddenly as we arrived.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. We'll see. There's got to be someone left alive around here. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. I'll go look for our ship - and some weapons. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 4. Is there anything else I should keep an eye out for?
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: You may wish to extend your search to some clothes... if only for proper first impressions.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Are you well enough to travel?
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: I am not offering to help you - I am not so young as to leap from death's door as quickly as you.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. I'll return soon to make sure you're all right. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Just stay out of my way, or you'll end up like these corpses.
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: I leave you to the explorations of this place... here I will remain and attempt to center myself.

If you have looked through the patient status or treatment in the medical bay computer, you have an opportunity to ask Kreia about it during or after this conversation.

With Kreia's discussion brings your first taste of the alignment system. Threatening her to stay out of your way grants you dark side points, and showing concern for her well-being and promising to return for her later grants light side points. Dark side points typically involves choosing chaotic or evil options while gaining light side points requires lawful or good responses; however, there are times when the ethical alignment of your choices are more ambiguous.

Security Corridor[edit]

Equip the plasma torch and use it to blast open the door's mechanism and proceed forward. There's doors on either side of the room, but the one to your right will be locked.

This door is magnetically sealed and cannot be opened with a plasma torch. It looks like it will need to be opened manually from the other side.

You'll see a corpse and droid ahead of you that can be looted.

Item(s) received: Corpse

Vibroblade


Item(s) received: Broken Droid

Droid Optimized Interface

Droid Neural Pacifier


In general it is good practice to loot anything and everything you come across for components, credits, and shields. Every little bit counts, especially towards the second half of the game where buying the best gear available becomes important.

You'll want to equip the vibrosword in your melee slot, because in the next area, two Damaged Mining Droids attack you immediately. The mining droids here are first-generation models without formal weaponry that are also suffering some damage sustained during the proceeding chaos. Statistically speaking, they are far weaker than you are and they should not give you any significant trouble. However, they are not encountered alone and they can flank you for an increased chance to hit if you put yourselves into the middle of a group, so just pace yourself and take them on one at a time. The second one to die always drops remains, which you should remember to loot.

Item received: Remains

Mining laser

This is essentially a nonupgradeable blaster pistol. You may equip it in place of the vibrosword if your dexterity is higher than your strength.

In the next room, two more will attack you; finish them off quickly as before. You can use either ranged or melee combat to battle them, but melee is the best method overall since these droids are completely restricted to using ranged attacks, granting you a better defense against them. If you use feats, Rapid Shot or Flurry tends to kill them quickly due to their low dexterity and health.

Following this room, you'll find the Emergency Hatch. Interacting with this leads to some unexpected telepathic communication with Kreia...

There is also another broken droid you can loot here.

Item(s) received: Broken Droid

Droid Neural Pacifier

In the room after this, there is a security office containing lockers and a holodesk. There's also another fried corpse.

Item(s) received: Corpse

Security Tunneler


You can bash open or pick the lock on the locker for some ion grenades and materials. There is also a holodesk that provides more background on the situation with holologs of the station's security and maintenance officers.

Save the ion grenades for large groups of droids rather than lone targets, as there aren't many that you will find in this facility. Just as you attempt to cross into the next room on your way to the communications area, Kreia uses the Force to telepathically commune with you.

The upcoming meant to be a miniboss, so saving beforehand is recommended by the game and the cutscene that you just witnessed. Three droids is a bit tough at level 1 since all three will be firing at once and you will be considered to be flanked regardless of what angle you take when fighting them. Return to the medbay to heal with the kolto tank if your health is low and use the vibrosword to even your odds as much as possible. If you are feeling rather cheap, you can stand right at the threshold of the door and just lob an ion grenade at the center droid for an instant wipe.

There are two footlockers in this room. Opening the one on the wall to the left of where you entered...

Item(s) received: Footlocker

Ion Grenade (2)

Medpac (2)

Stealth Field Generator


After the encounter, Kreia communicates with you again.

Afterwards, you gain 1 level, a few feats related to the Jedi class, and your first Force power. Keep in mind that Stun Droid and Force Shock are going to be the strongest powers that you can take for now since droids, practically speaking, are going to be the only enemy in the facility that you face off against.

Communications Blister[edit]

Once you exit the security corridor, you'll come to a large open area with droids scattered around the corners. There's a long hallway to your right, but it leads to a door that you won't be able to access yet:

[This airlock door will only open if a ship docks with the facility.]

To the left is a door that is visibly sealed by a force field. Indeed, if you try to interact with it:

[Although not an emergency blast door, this door has been magnetically sealed. There may be an override console somewhere in the area.]

Going clock-wise around this facility, you'll come across an emergency blast door that can't be opened either.

This door is magnetically sealed and cannot be opened with a plasma torch. It looks like it will need to be opened manually from the other side.

Following the next available pathway leads you down a long hallway, at the end of which you'll find two damaged mining droids. There's also a nearby container.

Item(s) Received: Supply Cylinder

Components (3)

Lastly, in the southmost part of the chamber is a large terminal called the Administration Computer. You can use it, but because of the lockdown it has limited operations.

Whether you choose to rush for the shutdown switch, stealth kill the droids, or destroy them all is up to you, as choosing any of the three grants you the exact same level of experience points. The jail's forcefield shuts down after the switch is tripped or after all 8 droids littered about the area have been neutralized.

Before entering the door, Kreia will communicate some brief thoughts.

Opening the door triggers a cutscene where your character walks up to this individual.

KotORII Icon Atton.png Atton: Nice outfit - what, you miners change regulation uniform while I've been in here?

Your situation obligates you to release Atton from the cage. Once the field goes down...

KotORII Icon Atton.png Atton: Great - now to business. Let's get to the command console.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. All right, let's go. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Just stay ahead of me and don't make any sudden moves.

You run together towards the administrative console, which was previously inaccessible due to lacking the codes. Atton talks as he grants you access.

You can also ask Atton about the incident with the sedatives in the medical bay either before or after letting him out, assuming you've looked at the treatment of the patients in the console.

Now that Atton has done his thing, you'll need to access the administration computer yourself in order to progress.

Fortunately, the hangar bay's PA system is still online and calling in alerts T3-M4 to your presence.

After asking for his help, you transition to the next chapter of the story back in control of T3-M4.

Strategies[edit]

  • Don't use medkits to heal yourself unless you are dangerously low on health. The kolto tank in the medbay has unlimited uses and heals you to full vitality at no cost.
  • Save grenades and shields for later battles when the droids become more concentrated.
  • Melee is the best way to defeat the droids at this point in time, even if you have built a character designed for combat at a distance.