SWTOR Hoth Red Mastery Datacron Location Guide

The Red Mastery Datacron increases your aptitude in combat, allowing you to do more damage. It will grant you Mastery +4 to your permanent stats along with codex: Galactic History 67: Mandalore the Ultimate. There are 5 Datacrons in total located on the planet of Hoth.

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 approximately: -4163, 12.

This Datacron is located at the north entrance to the Star of Coruscant in the Starship Graveyard, but you have to pick up an item from an Ancient Probe at the opposite end of Hoth first in the Clabburn Tundra.

You have to find this droid first. It's patrol pattern can be all the way to the north-west of Clabburn Tundra and all the way to the south-west, according to reports from other players. I usually find it in between the mid to north part. It moves fast, so be sure to chase it down on a mount. It is easily soloable to kill.

Once you've killed it, you can loot the Depleted Datacron you saw it holding during the fight. If you are Datacron hunting with a friend, only one of you needs to have it.

Now travel all the way to the north entrance of the Star of Coruscant in the Starship Graveyard and travel up the ramp on the right side.

Use the Depleted Datacron at the frozen Coupled Recharge Station. It will reactivate the Datacron.

This will grant you Mastery +4 to your permanent stats along with the codex: Galactic History 67: Mandalore the Ultimate.

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:

The Mandalorians had suffered not only defeat but humiliation in the Great Sith War. After their leader, Mandalore the Indomitable, crash-landed on Dxun and was devoured by wild beasts at the war's end, a new warrior rose to take his place, later called "Mandalore the Ultimate."

Deciding to bring in new blood, Mandalore opened the ranks of the Mandalorian Crusaders--once dominated by the followers of the ancient Taung, now fielding alien recruits. Calling themselves Neo-Crusaders, these warriors adopted traditional Mandalorian armor and training. Mandalore established a base on Dxun, testing his warriors against Dxun's infamous predators.

As their ranks grew, the Neo-Crusaders began to conquer worlds weakened in the Great Sith War. Later Jedi would believe Sith influences propelled the Mandalorians into war, but the Mandalorians themselves claimed to be driven only by the chance for conquest and revenge.

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