Questing was the main source of Experience Points (XP) in Star Wars: Force Collection. Questing consumes Energy Points (EP). For every 1 EP you spend you recieve 1 XP. Questing also rewards you with credits as well as Blueprint pieces and Stack Cards. Defeating bosses during quests can also reward you Crystals.
There were 6 Planets with 6 areas on each planet.
Event Related QuestingEdit
During many events, there are event-related quests that often include an increase of Experience received vs Energy Points expended. In the default quests, the XP to EP Ratio is 1 (1 XP for every 1 EP spent). This ratio is often increased for event quests, such as the Operation Hoth Defensive, where you recieved 3 XP for every 2 EP expended.
Event quests often only require 2 EP per mob killed, as opposed to the larger amounts required in later questing (9 or more in Geonosis, for example).
|Tatooine is a harsh desert planet that orbits double stars in the Outer Rim. It is well-known for the wild and most dangerous podrace, the Boonta Eve Classic, held there by Jabba the Hut.|
|Endor is the largest of nine moons orbiting a gas giant also known as Endor. It is covered by woodlands, savannas, and mountains. Various Intelligent creatures including furry Ewoks are nurtured on it.|
|Naboo is a beautiful planet covered by swampy lakes, plains, and green hills. It is the home to the ancestors of human colonists and the indigenous Gungans, who dwell in underwater cities.|
The gungans are the stack cards for this Planet
|Kamino is a water-covered planet. Kaminoans live in cities that sit above the waves. There is a secret Kaminoan hatchery that is capable of producing millions of clones.|
|Geonosis, called Geonosia by some natives, is the home planet of the Geonosians. The desert world is the Confederacy's first capital, hosting it's major droid foundries.|
A tiny, fiery planet in the Outer Rim, Mustafar maintains an erratic orbit between two gas giants. Mustafar is rich in unique and valuable minerals which have long been mined by the Tech Union. Its lava pits and rivers make this planet a dangerous habitat; its natives have burly, tough bodies that can withstand extreme heat.