Matrix Cubes

Matrix Cubes are relics that are constructed from Matrix Shards. Matrix Shards come in four colours: blue, red, yellow and green. You can obtain Matrix Shards from Datacrons, which are usually located in hard to get at places on all the accessible planets. The table below shows where the datacrons containing Matrix Shards are located:

Colour Republic Empire Planet Codex Entry
Blue Y Tython Galactic History 11: The Tionese Face the Hutt Empire
Y Hutta Galactic History 03: The Battalions of Zhell
Y Y Tatooine Galactic History 40: Czerka Discovers Kashyyyk
Y Y Corellia Galactic History 62: The Great Sith War Ends
Red Y Ord Mantell Galactic History 14: The Fall of Tion
Y Korriban Galactic History 17: The Duinuogwuin Contention
Y Y Hoth Galactic History 66: The Jedi Covenant
Y Y Ilum Galactic History 85: The Purge of the Dark Council
Yellow Y Coruscant Galactic History 06: The Infinite Empire Collapses
Y Dromund Kaas Galactic History 18: The Hutt Cataclysms
Y Y Nar Shaddaa Galactic History 36: The Quarren-Mon Calamari War
Y Y Ilum Galactic History 86: The Empire's Revenge
Green Y Taris Galactic History 27: The Great Hyperspace War
Y Balmorra Galactic History 30: Rise of the Sith Emperor
Y Y Belsavis Galactic History 71: The Muur Talisman
Y Y Corellia Galactic History 61: The Brotherhood is Broken

You can check which Datacrons you've already collected (if any) by going to your Codex for a given character, and checking under the appropriate section. Ask Mr Robot's Character Builder allows you to track on a per-character basis which Datacrons you've collected.

Matrix Cubes are created using either a Republic Matrix Assembler, located in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, or the Imperial Matrix Assembler in the Dark Temple on Dromund Kaas. The Assembler appears as a bench surrounded by three pillars, each pillar holding a shard input panel. To create a new Matrix Cube, you set the three colours of the Matrix Shards you wish to combine. Note that order is unimportant, and that you can have multiple of a given colour (if you have sufficient Matrix Shards of that colour).

The table below shows all the known colour combinations of Matrix Shards that result in Matrix Cubes. Each Matrix Cube will have a minimum level (15, 24, 32 or 50).

Level B R Y G Name Stats
15 1 1 1 M2-W0 11 Str, 14 End
1 1 1 M2-W1 18 Will, 8 End
1 1 1 M2-W2 15 Aim, 10 End
1 1 1 M2-W3 18 Str, 8 End
24 1 2 M3-O1 19 Str, 24 End
1 2 M3-J1 19 Aim, 24 End
2 1 M3-L1 28 Cun, 14 End
2 1 M3-V2 19 Will, 24 End
2 1 M3-J2 19 Str, 24 End
2 1 M3-A2 28 Aim, 14 End
32 2 1 M4-O2 29 Str, 33 End
1 2 M4-V1 29 Will, 33 End
2 1 M4-B2 39 Aim, 23 End
1 2 M4-B1 39 Cun, 23 End
1 2 M4-L0 29 Str, 33 End
1 2 M4-A1 29 Aim, 33 End
50 3 M7-B3 58 Aim, 50 End, 24 Crit
3 M7-R3 Force user: 58 Will, 50 End, 24 Crit
Tech user: 72 Cun, 48 End, 7 Crit
3 M7-Y3 Force user: 52 Str, 60 End, 18 Def
Tech user: 52 Aim, 60 End, 18 Def
3 M7-G3 58 Str, 50 End, 24 Crit

Once the three colours are set in the shard input panels, right-click on the Assembler to create your Matrix Cube, which you then collect from the Assembler. It will appear in the Mission Items tab of your inventory, from which you can then equip it into a relic slot on your character sheet.

To recover the Matrix Shards from an existing Matrix Cube, you need to use the Matrix Cube Disassembler located at the back of the room. This requires a Reconfigured Disassembler Core, which is purchasable from several vendors for 8000 credits. The vendors can be found on Tatooine (Kitpth. a Jawa near the Sandcrawler just north of Anchorhead on the Republic side, and for Empire, a Jawa named Pitkth in the north part of Mos Ila, standing on a walkway), Taris and Balmorra. When you use the Matrix Cube Disassembler, your Matrix Cube will be broken into its constituent Matrix Shards, and returned to the Mission Items tab in your inventory. The Reconfigured Disassembler Core will be changed into a junk item; unfortunately, it's only good for a single use.


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