In Star Wars: Jedi Survivor, one of the most popular side quests is collecting fishes for Pyloon’s Saloon on planet Koboh. It can be really fun to do when not dealing with the galaxy’s wretched hive of scum and villainy. Now, it can be pretty annoying to return to a dirty tank between missions. So, here’s a detailed guide on how to clean the tank in Jedi Survivors.
You’ll unlock Pyloon’s Saloon on Koboh pretty early in the game. Progressively you’ll be recruiting different people to populate it. You’ll be finding gamblers who run the casino, a droid DJ, an alien to look after the rooftop garden and a fisher named Skoova Stev. This pint sized extraterrestrial will help you locate the fishes on the planets you visit. This will also help you keep the tank clean.
How to Clean the Tank in Star Wars: Jedi Survivor?
Following are the steps that will help you catch fishes that will lead to cleaning the tank in Jedi Survivor.
Unlocking the Upstairs Portion of the Pyloon’s Saloon
The first step is to unlock the upper portion of Pyloon’s Saloon. Pyloon’s Saloon will be your main base of operation during the early game. But, that doesn’t mean you can access all of it. The tank is located at the Upstair Portion but you can’t access it until you have recruited the ancient droid named Zee. You cannot miss her as she is a part of the main quest.
Recruiting Skoova Stev
The second step is to locate a non-playable character named Skoova Stev. You can find him in a region known as Foothill Falls on Koboh. He can be spotted on a boat near a hut-like structure and a water body. Skoova Stev is an optional recruit, but you should recruit him at your first encounter because he is needed to catch fish. To recruit Stev for Pyloon’s Saloon just walk up to him and talk.
You cannot catch fish directly in Jedi Survivor, so you need to recruit Skoova Stev because he is a fisherman. Later-on, Stev can be found in many different locations throughout the planets Koboh and Jedha.
The third and final step is to catch fishes with the help of Skoova Stev. Catching fish will gradually make your tank cleaner. The more fish you catch, the cleaner your tank will look. The tank will reach the dirty phase after catching three or four fish. After catching seven or eight fish, the tank will reach the cleaner phase. When you catch all twelve fish, the tank will reach the Pristine level, which will clean it.
Following are the area where you can find all of the twelve fishes and their names:
- Rambler’s Reach Outpost, Koboh (Fingertip Garpon)
- Smuggler’s Tunnel, Koboh (Barbed Hookfish)
- Gorge Crash Site, Koboh (Frilled Newt)
- Bygone Settlement, Koboh (Blue-Finned Crayfish)
- Rift Passage, Koboh (Big Mouth Faa)
- Devastated Settlement, Koboh (Blinding Ray Fish)
- Arid Flats, Jedha (Snakefish)
- Crypt of Uhrma, Jedha (Fantailed Laa)
- Mountain Ascent, Koboh (Mee Fish)
- Viscid Bog, Koboh (Glottsamcrab)
- Phon’Qi Caverns, Koboh (Viscid Lurker)
That’s all on How to Clean the Tank in Star Wars: Jedi Survivor. Hopefully this guide was helpful for you. Thanks for reading and Have Fun!