BLACK SPIRE 101: Everything You Need to Know About Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
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Everything You Need to Know: Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities
This den of antiquities is known to hold some of the best artifacts and unique items from all across the galaxy. Dok-Ondar is known for hosting a large collection of items, from the mundane items like ancient jewelry and ancient tools to rare kyber crystals and lightsabers wielded by some famous Jedi and Sith alike. You can read our report, including pictures of all the merchandise offered and prices, here!
As you explore the shop, you’ll find Dok overseeing everything happening below his desk. Whether that’s checking inventory, taking calls or barking orders at his assistants, you’ll be sure to see Dok towering over everyone else in his den. He’s known for having a bit of a temper, but if you’re good at making deals, you’re sure to be on his good side.
Dok-Ondar was first mentioned in Solo: A Star Wars Story by Qi’ra as she was serving drinks aboard Dryden Vos’s yacht, the First Light. It was one of her duties to make sure that the collector was being well attended to during the event.
We didn’t get a good look at him until Marvel released a series of comic books prior to Galaxy’s Edge opening that would help tie in the rest of the Star Wars universe to the Black Spire Outpost. This five part series, “Journey to Batuu” features Han Solo and Chewbacca once again crossing paths with Dok-Ondar after the events of Solo, yet before the events that occur during A New Hope.
WHERE: Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities
Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities is located right beside Savi’s Workshop, where you can build your own lightsabers. However, if you’re looking for ones that are more famous, rather than a unique one built by you, you’ll want to pop on by to the next shop to find some of those.
You’ll want to check out every inch of this store to see what rare artifacts from across the galaxy you might find. His shop is crammed full of various different boxes, crates and cargo, with each piece holding its own unique story. You might want to be careful with what exactly you stumble upon.
Here’s a section dedicated to the Jedi, like Master Yoda and Luke Skywalker. There’s also a wall of Kyber Crystals and Holocrons for you to pick from.
We can see Dok hard at work keeping inventory of his shop and keeping some of his more valuable artifacts away from many travelers.
Like this Imperial Guard helmet and the symbol of the Mandalorians against some chain mail.
Droid parts, various helmets and instruments can be kept away in this alcove.
This section is perfect for any Galactic Empire fans. We can see artwork for Darth Vader, uniforms and badges, a collection of bust figures and more.
It seems like Dok collects many different types of helmets and statues, though they’re out of reach for us so we can only admire them from a far.
Along with helmets, he’s also got quite the collection of creature heads. These poor Tauntauns and Nexu are now up on display for travelers.
WHAT: Mysterious and Unique Galactic Artifacts
A wide variety of treasures and artifacts are on display within his den. What exactly might be available is subject to change with each new shipment into Black Spire Outpost, so it’s best to keep your eyes peeled for every new item you might discover.
Lets take a look at some of the ancient items that you might stumble upon.
Data Storage Unity USB – $34.99
Jedi Bust – $130.00
Kyber Crystals – $12.99
Grand Admiral Thrawn’s Ranking Badges – $60.00
Ne Ganna Dateel Jabba – $160.00
Imperial Credits – $60.00
General Grievous Mask – $325.00
Queen Amidala Portrait or Princess Leia Portrait – $95.00
Princess Leia Dress – $124.99
Dok-Ondar also specializes in collecting rare lightsabers. You can find Legacy Lightsabers within, once wielded by famous Jedi and Sith alike, including Ahsoka Tano, Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Mace Windu, Kylo Ren, and Luke Skywalker.
Obi-Wan Kenobi Lightsaber – $109.99
Darth Maul Lightsaber – $129.99
Luke Skywalker Lightsaber – $129.99
A Lightsaber belt clip is sold as well, compatible with the Legacy Lightsabers and custom lightsabers, so you can proudly display on your hip.
A sheath for your lightsaber, whether bought from Dok-Ondar or made in Savi’s Workshop, is also available for purchase.
We hope to see other galactic artifacts in his den, full of stories that are special to each item that he’s curated over the years.
Are you hoping to find something in particular from a far off planet or are you hoping you’ll stumble across a diamond in a rough?
If you’re looking for even more about Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, you can check out our Black Spire 101 video!