SWTOR Balmorra (Empire) Purple Mastery Datacron Location Guide

The Purple Mastery Datacron increases your aptitude in combat, allowing you to do more damage. It will grant you Mastery +2 to your permanent stats along with codex: Galactic History 32: Long Exile. There are 5 Datacrons in total located on the planet of Balmorra.

Datacrons are collectables scattered around the galaxy in Star Wars: The Old Republic. Each Datacron contributes towards your Legacy's passive stats permanently. Furthermore, they also provide interesting Lore and Codex Entries about the Old Republic era.

Starting coordinates: 670, 36.

This Datacron is located on a broken bridge in Bugtown in the far north of Balmorra. You will need to buy an item called Lost Code Cylinder to open the crate the Datacron is locked inside of. This is the exact same as the Republic Blue Mastery Datacron, so be sure you are on the correct faction.

There's a lone vendor to the south-east of Bugtown you have to go to first.

This vendor sells the Lost Code Cylinder for 5000 credits. If you travel as a group, only one needs to purchase this.

When going back to Bugtown, you can see the Datacron on the other side of a broken bridge. It is possible to jump over the bridge on a mount.

If you miss the jump you have to go around following the dotted path.

Now simply right click it to use the Lost Code Cylinder to unlock the crate and open for the Datacron.

This will grant you Mastery +2 to your permanent stats along with codex: Galactic History 32: Long Exile.

This datacron holds unheard of power and knowledge collected by an ancient race. You access its power and discover writings which are clearly only one small piece of a massive galactic history:

Led by their new Emperor, the survivors of the Sith Empire had left Korriban aboard a small fleet following the Great Hyperspace War. There was no place in known space they could hide from the Republic--and so, undaunted, they fled into the unknown regions of the galaxy. Where the old Sith Empire had often been divided by rivalries, the survivors were now united, both by their desire to find a new home and by their anger at the Republic that had sought to destroy them.

For decades, the fleet wandered among the stars--until one day, a scout vessel returned to the armada with incredible news. Either by luck or by the esoteric designs of the often-silent Emperor, the Sith had rediscovered a long-lost outpost world: the jungle planet of Dromund Kaas. Absent from any star charts, Dromund Kaas presented a perfect refuge where the Sith Empire could rebuild and plan its revenge.

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