How to Read Alien Language in LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga

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Just as not all characters in the Stars Wars galaxy understand or speak the English language in the movies, so too do characters have various different languages in Lego Star Wars: Skywalker Saga.

As you explore all 24 planets from the game, you’ll come across various types of characters who speak their own unique languages, many of which will be NPCs. So when you speak to them, you’ll not be able to understand anything they say.


In this article, we’ll be guiding you on how to read alien language in Lego Star Wars: Skywalker Saga.

When you see a dialogue box with multiple symbols on there, then you know you’re dealing with an alien language whenever you approach a character to speak with them. These symbols do not provide any understandable context to what they’re trying to tell you.


The only way you can speak with characters who are speaking an alien language in Lego Star Wars: Skywalker Saga is by using any of the available protocol droid characters from the game. Below are all of the protocol droids that you can use to understand an alien language in the game:









Amongst the aforementioned droids, C-3PO is the most common droid as it appeared throughout the Star Wars franchise, so you can unlock them in nearly any Episode level. After unlocking a protocol droid character, you can then swap to them while in free play or exploring one of the hub worlds so that whenever you’re speaking to an alien NPC, you can understand them.

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