What to do with Vashtan Wolfe in Star Wars Jedi Survivor

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Vashtan Wolfe room
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The Star Wars Jedi Survivor Vastan Wolfe character can be found very early in a cave on Koboh, but you can't do anything with them until much later. All there is to find in Vashtan's cave is a locked crate hooked up to a device sparking with blue electricity, meanwhile they talk to you through a door about treasure.

Like a lot of things in this game, working out what to do with Vashtan Wolfe involves waiting and playing through enough of the story to unlock a particular upgrade needed to solve this mystery. Below, I've explained which tool you need for the job and how to use it in Vashtan Wolfe's cave. Just don't get too excited. 

What to do with Vashtan Wolfe in Star Wars Jedi Survivor

Jedi Survivor Vashtan Wolfe location

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You'll find Vashtan Wolfe in a cave near the the Derelict Dam area on Koboh. He's in a small cave with a locked door and there's a ledge you can reach with a wall run. On the ledge you'll find a crate with some Anodised Metal BD-1 material and this blue sparking mechanism, which you won't be able to do anything with until much later in Star Wars Jedi Survivor:  

Vashtan Wolfe blue spark lock

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Ignoring Vashtan's comments about a treasure "right in front of you", you need to play through the main story to reach one of the key Jedi Survivor Force Powers, abilities and upgrades: the Electro Dart, which you'll retrieve from a crashed Imperial Shuttle. 

With this upgrade, BD-1 can fire shocking darts which can power up the sparking devices shown above. Use an Electro Dart on the device in Vashtan Wolfe's cave to open the locked crate on the floor below. That will get you a Two Tone weapon material for your efforts and your real reward - a boss fight with Vashtan Wolfe.

Jedi Survivor Vashtan Wolfe boss fight

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Defeat Vashtan and you'll tick off another boss. The door however (which Vashtan presumably appears from while you're checking the crate), doesn't open. Despite the message that it's 'locked from the otherside', it doesn't appear on the map as an entrance - crucially, it's not marked red, which denotes a door you can't open yet, suggesting it's a door you can't open at all. 

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