Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order: All scannable enemies


Collect all enemy scans and earn the Data Collector Achievement or Trophy.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is out now and one of the game’s Achievements or Trophies tasks you to scan all enemies. This guide will help you do just that.

Here are all the enemies you’ll need to scan in order to earn the Data Collector Achievement or Trophy, grouped into the same collections of enemy types presented in-game. For most enemies, BD-1 will prompt you to scan them after their defeat, while some are automatic scans. Descriptions and common locations are also listed where appropriate.

Spoilers for the endgame lie ahead; read at your own peril!


  • Scout Trooper: Stormtrooper with baton (most everywhere)
  • Scout Commander: Stormtrooper with leather shoulder strap and baton (most everywhere)
  • Stormtrooper: Stormtrooper with blaster (most everywhere)
  • Stormtrooper Commander: Stormtrooper with leather shoulder strap and blaster (most everywhere)
  • AT-ST: Two-legged walker (boss fight; end of first trip to Zeffo)
  • Security Droid: R2D2-like security droid (Zeffo has several, Ilum has one too)
  • Flametrooper: Stormtrooper with flamethrower (one is on Kashyyyk in the Imperial Refinery)
  • Heavy Assault Trooper: Stormtrooper with blue shield and blaster minigun (Kashyyyk, Zeffo)
  • Probe Droid: Floating security droid (several in Zeffo at the Crash site)
  • Rocket Launcher Trooper: Stormtrooper with rocket launcher (three are grouped on Kashyyyk in the Abandoned Village)
  • Electrobaton Purge Trooper: Black Stormtrooper with two batons (Zeffo, after the Rocket Trooper in the Ice Caves; also on Ilum)
  • Electrostaff Purge Trooper: Black Stormtrooper with one long staff (Kashyyyk in the Imperial Refinery; also on Ilum)
  • Purge Trooper Commander: (Zeffo, Kashyyk’s Kyyyalstaad Falls)
  • Electrohammer Purge Trooper: Black Stormtrooper with hammer (Ilum, Kashyyk’s  Abandoned Village.)
  • The Ninth Sister: Automatic (boss fight on Kashyyyk)
  • The Second Sister: Automatic (boss fight on Zeffo)
  • Darth Vader: Automatic (endgame)


  • Bog Rat: (most everywhere)
  • Oggdo: (most everywhere)
  • Splox: (most everywhere)
  • Oggdo Bogdo: Legendary Beast (Sinkholes)


  • Scazz: (most everywhere)
  • Phillak: (Ice Caves, Crash Site)
  • Jotaz: (Ice Caves, Crash Site)
  • Skungus: (Tomb)
  • Tomb Guardian: (Tomb)
  • Rabid Jotaz: Legendary Beast (Broken Wing)


  • Bane Back Spider: (most everywhere)
  • Lesser Nydak: (most everywhere)
  • Nightbrother Warrior: (most everywhere)
  • Nightbrother Archer: (most everywhere)
  • Undead Nightsister: (most everywhere)
  • Nydak Alpha: Legendary Beast (Nightmare Ruins/Strangled Cliffs)
  • Gorgara: Automatic (boss fight second visit)
  • Taron Malicos: Automatic (boss fight third visit)


  • Flame Beetle: (most everywhere)
  • Wyyyschokk: (most everywhere)
  • Jaw Plant: (most everywhere)
  • Slyyyg: (most everywhere)
  • Saava: This is a carcass, not an actual enemy (Shadowlands, instead of jumping into the first pool on the left, look to the dead end on the right)
  • Mykal: (Overgrown Pass, top of Origin Tree)
  • Albino Wyyyschokk: Legendary Beast (Imperial Refinery)

Haxion Brood

  • Haxion Brood Bounty Hunter: Boba Feta-like with jetpack (random spawns)
  • Haxion Brood Commando: Bounty hunter with riot shield (random spawns)
  • Haxion Brood Bounty Droid: Usually a guy with a big droid (random spawns)

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is out now on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.