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Where to find the rooftop garden in Jedi Survivor and how it works

It’s at the top of Pyloon Saloon

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The rooftop garden is one of several extracurricular activities you can mess around with in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Here’s where to find it.

Double-jump to the top of the saloon, or walk up the stairs to access the rooftop garden

Several hours into the game after you meet up with some old friends at the Pyloon Saloon, you’ll unlock the rooftop garden.

Said garden is actually on top of the saloon itself: which you can access via double jumping on the side of the building directly to the roof, or walking up the stairs after entering the front door of the saloon.

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How to get more plants for the garden

To get more plants for the garden, you’ll need to chop down flora that have glowing green lights around them to gather their seeds. Once you’ve done that, the game will automatically grant you the seed as a key item, which you can take back to the garden to plant manually using a hexagonal grid system. You’ll also meet NPCs along the way that will return to the saloon and upgrade your garden: providing more plots.

Think of the garden as an extra sidequest and storyline. As you find more plants, the NPCs that tend to your garden will give you an encyclopedia entry to peruse about that specific plant.


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