After you spend some time on the planet Koboh, you will eventually make your way to the first major city in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Here, you will find a main story quest marker that leads you to Greez, the former captain of the Mantis ship and one of the main characters from Fallen Order. However, you will also run into some other characters as well, such as Doma and her son Turgle.
Doma runs a shop at the Koboh Outpost that you can visit after progressing in Greez’s questline. If you go in to visit Doma’s shop in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you will find that you are able to spend your hard-earned Priorite Shards. The shards are a rare collectible that can only be spent at certain vendors across the galaxy, and Doma’s shop is one of those locations. While you can spend your Priorite Shards on items such as new cosmetics for Cal, you can also buy a Mysterious Keycode.
The keycode costs 10 Priorite Shards, which is quite a large number, and opens up a locked door in Doma’s shop. If you want to find out if the keycode is worth it, keep reading the guide below to see exactly what’s behind the locked door.
Buying the Mysterious Keycode from Doma’s shop in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
After buying the Mysterious Keycode, I was given a quick cutscene that showed the locked door opening in the shop. Behind the door, you are able to take a right and then open a large, yellow chest. Inside the chest, there are no cosmetics or other items that you can physically use. Instead, Cal’s maximum number of Stim uses will be increased.
By default in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you start with a max of two Stim uses. However, by looting the chest in Doma’s shop, you can bump up that number to three. This is quite a boon, as you can now live longer than before and don’t need to visit Meditation Points as much. If you have the 10 Priorite Shards, I recommend biting the bullet and buying the keycode. An increase in max Stims is worth more than a new hairdo for Cal.
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