These are some of the most famous lines from the characters in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
Some of the most famous lines in movie history come from the Star Wars movies. A lot of them are misunderstood, like when people think Darth Vader says “Luke, I am your father” when he actually says “No, I am your father.” What fans say back to each other really matters?
In this case, no, because the meaning is still the same. So, does Star Wars Jedi: Survivor follow the past of this franchise and have both funny and serious lines? The answer is a resounding “yes,” so let’s get to naming some of the best ones.
“May The Force Be With You.”
When a character in this series says “May the Force be with you,” it’s hard not to get chills. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Cal is the first person to say it. He says it as he leaves Bode after getting away from Coruscant.
At the time, it seems strange that Bode doesn’t respond well to the message, but players could assume that most people in this world don’t know how to respond to that line after the Empire wiped out all of the Jedi. By the end, it’s clearer how Bode feels about this line, since it’s been shown that he’s a bad Jedi with a strange relationship to the Force.
“Do You Trust Me?”
When that big mechanical drill is about to kill them on Jedah, Merrin says this to Cal. Is it a nod to the part of Aladdin where he asks Jasmine to trust him on the Magic Carpet? Disney owns a lot of things right now, so it would make sense for them to ask EA or Respawn Entertainment to put this line in as an Easter egg.
Even though Aladdin wasn’t the first to do it, it sounds like a reference. Later, when Cal asks Greez to trust him in the Abyss, he talks about this moment.
“I Heard You.”
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Rayvis meets Cal more than once. Eventually, they fight each other on the Shattered Moon, which is one of the hardest boss fights in the game. When Cal walks into the room, he asks a few questions that stop Rayvis’s speech about honor. He shows Cal that he hears him, but also that he doesn’t care.
Rayvis is now talking like a bad guy and wants to get his complaints out of the way. It’s a great moment for a difficult character who is loyal to Dagan and doesn’t have anything bad to say about Cal or the Jedi Order.
“You’re Not Free Dagan, You’re Alone.”
Cal and Bode’s last meeting with Dagan happens not long after their fight with Rayvis. This is also one of the hardest fights in the game, even with Bode with you. Before the fight starts, Cal says this to Dagan after Dagan tells the Jedi Order about his illness. He might think he has power because no one is stopping him, but Cal sets him straight.
He has no power because he is on his own. It’s a quote from the Kingdom Hearts series, where Sora’s motto is often that his friends are his power. Cal doesn’t say anything as corny as that, but it’s still mostly true, and that’s what gives him the edge over Dagan.
“I’ve Been Waiting.”
Darth Vader and his Inquisitors played a bigger role in the first game. Fans probably thought that this sub-series of games was over after the boss fight in that game. They would be wrong, though, because in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, players get to fight Darth Vader again.
This time, they get to play as Cere right before Darth Vader kills her. Cere has given up her fear this time. The line “I’ve been waiting” that comes right before this is badass because it shows that this Jedi is in it to win it.
“You’re Not The Only One Who Survived.”
What does “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor” mean as a name? Before Tunnel Rush game came out, it was a secret. One way to look at it is that Cal is the only Jedi who is still alive after all the others were killed by Order 66. When Cal wakes Dagan up from the Bacta Tank, fans may think that he is the survivor from the title.
All of those ideas about what the title means are right. Bode is the last survivor, and he says this to Cal right after Cal tells him how he feels about the Force. In a shocking turn of events, Cal gets a red Lightsaber and starts another great boss fight.
“Get Ready To Die, Aaaaah!”
Rick, the Door Technician, is a joke of a boss who shows up where Bode is hidden in the Empire’s stronghold. When you open a door, your name and the health bar show up. As this Stormtrooper charges at Cal, he shouts this line. Cal will kill him with a single hit no matter how they hold their lightsabers.
Rick is now almost like Leroy Jenkins in the Star Wars world, which is too bad for him.Most of the jokes in these games are about Stormtroopers.
“What Bode Did, That’s On Him, That’s Not On You.”
Everyone is hurt by what Bode did. Cal lost two of his Jedi masters, and both Greez and Merrin lost trusted friends. Greez, who was close to Cere, seems to be the most upset of the three. He knows that life has given them a bad hand, but he makes a good point by saying that you have to know how to play the cards you have.
Bode played dirty, and no one but him is to blame. One of the funnier characters in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor gives a powerful speech, showing that Greez can do more than just be funny.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was launched on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X on April 28, 2023.