Against all odds, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II, a decade-old game, keeps getting official updates.

After a big out-of-nowhere update a couple months ago that added snazzy modern features like Steam Workshop support, ultra-high resolutions, and cloud saves, the (best) Star Wars role-playing game is getting even more achievements. There’s a twist, though: publisher Aspyr got them all from fans. They started a Steam thread and received hundreds of suggestions. From those, they pulled 20 standouts. Here they are:

#1 I hate everything about you - Reduce a companion’s Influence to zero.

#2 Unlimited Power - Acquire all Dark Side Powers.

#3 I Am A Jedi - Acquire all Light Side Powers.

#4 Dancing Queen - Dance for Vogga.

#5 No Jedi can stop us - Kill all the Jedi masters.

#6 Over Achiever - Reach Player Level 30.

#7 Silent, But Deadly - Have 30 points in Stealth.

#8 Let’s Blow This Place! - Have 30 points in Demolitions.

#9 I’ve Seen How You Use a Hydrospanner - Have 30 points in Repair.

#10 We Have to Hack Into the Mainframe! - Have 30 points in Computer Use.

#11 Trust Me, I’m a Doctor - Have 30 points in Treat Injury.

#12 It’s a trap! - Get this by starting the “Trapped” Quest on Korriban.

#13 Hutt Oil - Convince Vogga the Hutt to sell fuel to Telos.

#14 Cheater - Convince the “champ” to lose the game without playing.

#15 Finders Keepers - Claim Darth Nihilus’ mask.

#16 The Sith Lord - Have your character replace any of the Sith Lords on the main menu screen.

#17 Breaking the Oath - Teach the Handmaiden the ways of the Force.

#18 You ARE the droid I’m looking for - Deduce G0-T0’s identity.

#19 Assassination Protocol: Active - Learn how to kill Jedi from HK-47.

#20 Cupid’s Rifle - Listen to HK-47’s definition of love.

A pretty solid list! These will be added to KOTOR II’s pre-existing 37 Steam achievements, bringing the total up to 57. The update is coming “soon.”

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Gotta say, though, Aspyr passed up some great ones. I’ve been reading through the Steam thread, and I especially dig stuff like these suggestions from Steam user Hassat Hunter:

“Not a civilised age” - Don’t use any lightsabers in the game, ever.

“PI Jedi” - Solve the Batu Rem, Batono, Hold-out Blaster, Missing Telos Ithorian Droid and Dhagon Ghent cases.

“Their passion for droids defies me” - Sell T3-M4.

A few people also suggested an achievement for keeping your light side/dark side alignment neutral throughout the entire game. I’ve been meaning to try that for aaaaages. How are you gonna push my buttons now, Kreia? HUH? HUH? THAT’S WHAT I THOUGHT.

Sorry, sorry.

Tune into Kotaku soon for the adventures of The Gray Son, a Jedi with no lightsaber, ambitions, or strong feelings about either side of The Force—the least “Jedi” Jedi of them all. It’s sure to be riveting.

(Note: I probably won’t actually have time to do this, but maybe!)

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