Levels 1-12 Walkthrough (Part 1) - Guide for Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
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Levels 1-12 Walkthrough THIS WALKTHROUGH ORIGONATED FROM RAVENGAMES.com. You can find it there, its origonal source. Walkthroughs Kejim Outpost Kejim Base Artus Mine Artus Detention Area Artus Topside Yavin Temple Yavin Trial Nar Shaddaa Streets Nar Shaddaa Hideout Nar Shaddaa Starpad Bespin Cloud City Bespin Streets Bespin Platform Kejim Outpost You'll find yourself in control of Kyle behind an Imperial Shuttle, with Jan by your side. The very first secret area in the game is off to your left, through an unlocked door. Hop on the crates to reach the top shelf and a few items. You can use this small area to move around in, adjust your controls, etc., but you probably shouldn't fire until you're ready to take out the Stormtroopers nearby. Use your Bryar to snipe one in the head, then shoot the other one until he falls. Grab the Rifle and head around the corner, where a whole mess of Stormtroopers awaits. Jan has apparently rigged her Rifle to fire faster than you can manage, but she shoots, well, like a girl, and can barely hit anything. You'll need to take out most of the Troopers yourself. Once Jan examines the blast door, be ready for a few reinforcements that come around the corner. You can use your Binoculars when you're looking over the valley to check out the Troopers that are keeping watch on the odd structure below. You can't shoot them - they're behind sturdy shielding - but if you take a potshot, you'll attract a Probe Droid. Anyway, once all the Troopers are dead, head around the corner and pump up your shields at the Shield Power Converter. Head through the door and whack the Imperial, then grab his supply key. Use the elevator to reach the upper level, then take the nearby lift to the observation deck. Flip the switch to supply power to the guns, then head back below to greet a few more Troopers. Head into their little hiding room to get some ammo and a Bacta tank. Now head below and mount the turret gun, then fire on the door to blast it open. Once you and Jan are on the elevator, it will automatically begin to lower itself. Wait for it to reach the lower level, then hop off. When it rises again, jump into the shaft and proceed into the small corridor. There's some kind of energy reservoir to your left, which you can shoot if you wish (but watch out for the blast). Head to the right to deactivate the reservoir, and then move around it until you reach a small lift. It will take you above a control room inside the base. Shoot the grate and fall down. Grab the key from the Imperial and then unlock the doors using the four switches. Jan will run in and man the control panel. Head out the door and take a left, head through the door, then take a right through another door. Take a left around the corner and you should be in a large room with a Gonk (little black droid that makes a weird sound). Open the crate to get the handy Light Amp goggles, then flip the switch near the circular platform to reach a darkened area below. Activate your Light Amp goggles to see. (Default keys are [ and ] to toggle your inventory and Enter to activate and deactivate.) There's a "secret" area near the crates; just walk around until a pop-up message tells you you've found it. Now head through the small passageway in the wall and crouch through the opening. Wipe out the Imperial and the Troopers, then head into the room. Take the key from the Imperial, get the code key from the funny display on the wall, then flip the green and red panels along the same wall to unlock some doors in other areas of the level. Now, disable the red force field and head up the stairs. Take a left and head down the corridor until you hit some walkways over a very large pit. Head down the walkway leading under the green Imperial insignia, and be ready for some ceiling- mounted turrets. Destroy them, then head through the door and into a large number of Troopers. Go through the other door to your left and kill the Troopers that are mulling about. Once you locate the flashing blue control panel, use it to call Jan. She'll need some help reaching your position, so head back up to the walkways and start moving towards the room with the Gonk. Once you reach Jan, escort her back to the control panel, where she'll unlock a door nearby. Head through it and indulge in some glass shattering, but watch out for the troops. Get the second code from the display, and head back to the walkways over the pit. Now proceed under the red Imperial signage, and watch out for more turrets. Go through the door, then up the stairs to your left. The lift nearby takes you above the walkways - flip the switch nearby to deactivate the force field across the way, then walk along the perimeter of the room to flip the other switch, which activates the computer array below. This will call up some troops from below, but if you're quick enough, you can run back and drop a Detonator on their heads before they can spread out from the lift. Once you've got the computer up and running, you need to find the third keycode. Head through the door in the room at the bottom of the lift. Kill the troopers in this room, then use the satellite dish control panel to get some hints as to what awaits you in later missions. Proceed down the corridor and into the next area - the explosion that occurs will not harm you, but it will kill some of the Troopers that were waiting for you. The walkway is a bit unstable, as you'll notice - hurry along until you reach the far end, and the walkway will collapse behind you. The door ahead leads to some steps. The sound that comes through the walls portends an encounter with Probe Droids, and sure enough, there are three of them awaiting you at the foot of the stairs. Destroy them and then ride the lift up to the Ammo Power Converter if you need to use it. The door this way leads to another walkway, but it will break before you can get all the way across - head back down to where the Probe Droids were and stand on the floor to reach an open area above the walkways. Take out some more Droids, grab the Large Shield Generator nearby, then walk along the ceiling of the intact walkway to reach the other side. You can snipe the Imperial troops in the observation room from the top of the walkway. Once you drop down, pass through the observation room and round the corner to get the final code. Proceed back to the walkways and enter the codes into the computer. You need to manipulate the three screens until the display on the large, center screen matches the symbol (check the codes by hitting TAB). Once all the codes have been entered, you can cross the bridge to the second half of this mission. Kejim Base You'll start off with a firefight here, but you can shoot the gas container through the window to lighten the troop density a bit. Get the Security Key from the Imperial, then unlock the door. Disable the turrets. Take the door to your left, then flip the panel to raise the blast shield. Shoot the window out and proceed on through. An Imperial and a couple of odd, floating droid-turrets will be waiting for you in the next room. You can't shoot the droids when they've shielded themselves - you can only damage them when they're prepared to fire back at you. Grab the key from the Imperial, then flip the switches on the control panel to rotate the manipulator arm around in the cold chamber ahead. Smash the window leading into the chamber, then drop down and head through the door on the floor. You can disable the freezing units here. Go back to the cold chamber, but this time hug the wall until you can climb on top of the manipulator arm. Once you reach the top level, crouch and head around the outside of the chamber to find a secret area. Head back around the way you came, and then jump from the lattice walkway to the Ammo Power Converter for another secret area. Once you're back on the walkway, you can go through the door to enter a large area with a pool of electrified water below. Head around the upper level to your right until you can fire through the windows into the small control room. Shoot the explosive container, which will fry the panel nearby, opening the door and extending a walkway. Move into the room, flip the switch, then drop down the lift and look around until you find yourself in an observation room overlooking a large white storage area. Hit the control panel to raise a jumpway to one of the small caches of items around the area. Now, head back to the water room, then proceed down into the white storage area and jump around until you get the items. (This isn't technically required, so feel free to skip it if you just want to get on with the mission.) Now, back in the water room, move around on the lower level until you come to the walkway that lets you access a door opening onto an open shaft. Drop down and crouch through the passage until you reach another largish room. Take a left and proceed into another small observation room to shuffle the floor plans once again. Head back out and into the white room through the now-unlocked door, and nab some more items. Once you're through in there, head back through the previous room and through the door on the other side. There are plenty of troops in the area, so this might be a good time to bust out some of your Thermal Detonators. Once the troops are dead, disable the turret nearby, grab the key from the Imperial, and head down the steps to the brig area. You'll find a platform that takes you up above the prison cells, where you'll encounter another Imperial guarding the locks. Disable the forcefields, then drop down and look around until you find the supply areas, where you can pick up some neato Det Packs. The odd humming sound is coming from a pair of Interrogation Droids that are coming your way. These fellows don't seem to have any distance attacks, so shoot them down before they can get near you and you should be fine. Now walk back past the area where you killed all the Troopers until you come to a locked door. This will open with the security key of the Imperial that was hiding in an alcove across the way. You'll find yourself in an observation room that overlooks one of the rooms you were in earlier. If you're running low on shields, you can get to the shield generator by futzing around with the control panels nearby. Hit the right one once, then the left one three times to blow the shields. Continue on your way through the door, and get ready for a firefight. The blast doors will open automatically, revealing a room full of troopers and an Imperial manning a turret. The Troopers die as easily as they ever do, but you'll have to strafe-fire the Imperial to knock him out of the turret before he can rip you to shreds. Clear the room, and hit the switch in the rear area. Troopers will charge you, so get into the turret and knock them around a bit. Now that the force field is down, proceed into a room with a very odd contraption. The device you're looking at bounces laser beams off the crystal suspension. You'll want to activate the machine, but you'll also want to move the crystal so that the lasers can cut you a passage; you can do both in the small alcove nearby. When the lasers start cutting through the locked door, crouch and move around the perimeter of the room so that you don't get fried. Once you're out of the door, the machine will self-destruct. The next room confronts you with a bit of a puzzle. If you enter the room with the bodies inside it, you'll die almost instantaneously. You should have enough health to dash in and grab the Security Key, however, so do that and unlock the computer panel nearby. This activates a remote-controlled Mouse droid, which you'll need to use to flush the radiation from the next room on. Once you're controlling the Mouse droid, roll it along into the next room, and then zip through the small blue passageway until you locate the machines that are pumping out the radiation. Shut them down, then bring the Mouse droid back through the blue passage. Be sure to hit the obscured computer link device on your way back, however; this unlocks the third secret area. Hit the Jump key to return you to Kyle's body, then proceed through into the formerly irradiated area. Use the Ammo Power Converter to get the final secret area, then proceed through the door and escape the facility through the crystal immersion chamber. Artus Mine Mosey down the valley until you come to a canyon. Drop down and scope out the scene - I don't think the EPA would have many good things to say about the Remnant's environmental policies, given the green sludge that's floating about below. Head off to your right to find a Bowcaster next to a body, but don't fire it yet. Avoid the spotlights off to the left, and head into the room below their spire to deactivate them. Once you've got that done, jump onto the piping that crosses the valley, but watch out for falling pieces. Make your way over to the other side of the valley. The Troopers in the room above are a bit too concentrated for you to risk running in and blasting away, so alert them to your presence and then retreat to the bottom- most walkway above the canyon. As the Stormtroopers pursue you, they'll almost all fall off into the valley below, since the walkways don't have any guardrails - something for their union to take up with OSHA, I imagine. The Remnant better hope they don't get audited, or else there'll be hell to pay in fines. Once you've cleared the Troopers and the Imperial, grab the latter's key and unlocked the door. You've infiltrated the mine successfully. Now clean the next room, and grab the keys from the Imperials. Head down the elevator, but be ready to hit a secret area about halfway down - there's a small passage you can crouch into as you head down, but it's easy to miss, so be sure to save your game ahead of time. You can bomb or snipe the Troopers from above, then head back down to take on the rest of the troops. There are a half-dozen or so soldiers in this storage area, but you won't have much mobility in the doorway, so watch the crossfire. There's only one exit from this room, so head towards the elevator, but watch out for the Troopers that drop down before you can get there. You can get them all with one well-placed Detonator if you're ready. Ride the elevator up and take a left, passing through the rocky mining area. Take a right at the intersection and head down to another room with some Imperials and a few Troopers. Grab the key (you can head back to the rocky area to open the crate, if you wish), then find the doors that lead back out into the canyon. There are two guide lights on posts here - stand between them until the pipe below you extrudes enough for you to jump on it. Do so, then crouch and fall down to the small ledge below. When the pipe retracts, crawl through until you reach the smelting machine. Shoot the power devices along the walls, then blow away the machine itself. Ride on top of the machine to the room above, then climb on one of the barriers so that you can jump on top of one of the moving platforms. Hitch a ride until you reach the small, dark corridor with the green force crystals; this is where you want to jump off. This corridor is dark enough to require the use of light amplification goggles, but it's fairly linear so you shouldn't worry too much about it if you run out of battery power. The little Crabs in the area are troublesome, however, since they move a bit too fast to lead with your Rifle. Use the alternate fire and aim at the ground between you and them to stun them, then finish them off as they stand still. This will deplete almost all of your ammo, probably, but it's better than being turned into critter food. (A few people have pointed out that the Stun Baton is a little more efficient at taking out the Crabs than the Blaster Rifle is.) Once you reach the mining equipment, activate it and start sniping the soldiers below you - the Bowcaster's alternate fire is quite handy at this, if you haven't noticed. Drop onto another of the moving platforms, and head for the bottom of the room. The door nearby leads to some sort of lava-smashing contraption, conveniently placed to allow you access to the upper platforms. The next room over contains a mess of troops, and the mine's powerplant, which you can overload by manipulating a panel nearby. Once it's destroyed, head through the far door to find yourself back in the main storage area of the mine. Take the previous elevator back up to the upper level, but this time take a right. Take out the Troopers and the Crabs, and proceed to the next room, where you'll find a couple of delightfully positioned turrets. Activate the car here to reach the next area of the mission. Artus Detention Area Shoot the prisoners in the room you start out in, then climb up the metal bar to reach the panel to unlock the door below. Kill the troopers in the next room, then use another panel to unlock another door. You'll find yourself in a large cylindrical prison area, joined by a series of staircases. You'll need to fight off quite a few Trooper ambushes as you progress upward, and there's a surprise in the form of Mobile Turrets on the top level, so be prepared for a firefight. Take another staircase up to the facility's control room, where you'll be able to unlock all the prison doors, as well as activate the fan in the airshaft running up the middle of the room. Go back down the stairs and through the previously locked door. Proceed through and talk to the prisoner. He'll tell you that you need to capture the Base Commander and force him to unlock the hanger's blast doors - but first, proceed into the hanger and take out the Troopers. They'll fire on the prisoners, unless you get really close, so pick them off from a distance. You can examine the hanger's floor for some miscellaneous items. Head to the upper platforms in the hanger, and find the unlocked door. When you reach the walkway, shoot the lattice grille and jump through. Thankfully you activated the fan earlier, and you can float down the pipe until you hit the bottom; make sure you land on the grate or you'll get injured by the fan. You'll eventually reach another darkened mine area, which will be much longer than the one you ran through in the last level. My recommendation? Book it. Just run past all the Crabs, keeping your goggles on, and they shouldn't have enough time to get their bites in. The passageway is linear, so proceed until you reach another room where the Crabs are chewing on Trooper bodies. Head through the door hear to reach a hallway with two more doors. The rightmost passage will take you back to the hanger, but the leftmost will lead you to the Base Commander. Kill all the Troopers and walk down the stairs to your right to find the Commander, who won't put up a fight. He'll walk along slowly as long as you have your crosshairs on him, so march him up the stairs towards the blast door. You'll have to protect him from the Crabs that pour forth. After he lets the prisoners out of the main door, he'll predictably turn on you, so blast him and the rest of the Troopers. Now head out the newly unlocked door until you find a locker room for the mine enforcers. Blast the grates and crawl out of the facility to end the level. Artus Topside Well, you're caught between a rock and a hard place as the level opens, since an AT- ST is gunning for you right from the beginning. Duck into the alcove to your left to grab the Imperial's supply key and activate the elevator. Run back outside, avoiding the AT-ST's fire, and take the elevator up to the top level. Man the turret to kill the AT-ST, then swing it around to take out the Troopers above you. Once the second AT-ST is destroyed, you can check the nearby room for a Large Shield Generator if you got the Supply key below. Take the elevator back down into the valley. Run (do not walk) down the valley's length. There are a lot of Troopers hanging around, but if you strafe and dodge well, you can make it to the end without getting hit. (Just make sure the AT-ST doesn't squash you.) Take the lift up to the top of the valley. The troopers outside are using juiced-up Rifles, and can fire more rapidly than most soldiers can, so you might want to set a proximity mine or something to take them out, since they will wear down your shields quite rapidly in a firefight. Once you take out the troopers on the ledge to the right of the door, walk across and shoot the grate to find a secret area. Now, head down to the Ion Cannons, and use the Turrets to shoot any of the troops in the valley below. Make sure you get the AT-ST in particular, because you'll have to come back and shoot it if you miss it now. Walk past the Ion Cannons, making sure to avoid their walkways before they fire, since the charge electrifies the metal temporarily. The next large room after the cannons is a repair bay for the AT- ST's, so clear it out and grab the security key from the Imperial. There are a couple more rooms accessible from the lowest level of the repair bay, and in the final one you'll be able to access the force fields that are protecting the Ion Cannons. Shut them down, then head back up and blast the Cannons with the nearby turret. If you didn't destroy the AT-ST in the canyon before, you'll get a message telling you to do it now, which is a task, since it will sometimes hide in one of the mini-valleys underneath the Ion Cannons. If it's already been destroyed, head back to the repair bay and through the now-unlocked door on the other side of the upper level. Avoid the trip mines in the passages beyond, and eventually you'll reach the Raven's Claw. Desann, unfortunately, cannot be beaten at this stage of the game. I've managed to knock him over with a lucky Detonator Pack, but he'll generally throw everything you dish out right back at you. Once you fall, a series of cutscenes will ensue, ending the mission. Yavin Temple A Protocol Droid will let you know that Luke is waiting for you. You can look around for a bit if you wish; there's a recreation of the war room from A New Hope near where you begin the level. There's not a lot to do here except check out some Jedi Padawans engaging in a little lightsaber duel action. Once you get bored watching them, head up to the very top of the Temple, where Luke awaits. Apparently he finally hit puberty, because his voice has changed a bit. Once you're ready to begin your tests, head back down a level or two and find the door that was previously locked. Stroll through the garden until you find the rabbit-hole. Drop through to begin your adventures with the Force.... Go right once the next level loads to pick up Force Push. In the next room, Push the grey panels on the wall to find the correct glyphs you need to proceed. The middle square, between the arrows, needs to have the correct sequence of glyphs to unlock the door, so Push the tiles around until you are able to proceed. Grab Force Pull from the altar, then head into a water room for the next text. Use Pull to extract the walkway from the wall. Once you get to the door, you can keep going past it to reach a secret area, but it'll only net you a Battery and a Bacta tank. Proceeding out the door, grab Speed and drop down the hole nearby. Stand on the platform to drop the door, then stand on the pressure plate to unlock all the other doors. Once the last door has dropped (you should be able to see a cage at the end of the corridor) hit the Speed button and take off. Don't worry about the rising pillar; you'll see it again shortly. You'll find Jump nearby, and a door that leads back to the main area. I was stuck here for quite some time, because I didn't see the golden pillars off to the right as you enter the room. You need to use Jump to scale the pillars, after which you're done with the first go-round of tests. The next test is down the stairs and through the doors. Use Pull on the gargoyles to initiate water flow from each. Once the water level has risen, stand by the door to let the platform float up from the bottom of the water. The gate across the way will also rise; once it's completely retracted, hit Speed and dash across the platform. It'll sink, but you should have plenty of time to Jump underneath the gate before it falls completely. Now, use Push on the wall next to the door to break open another passage. Once you're below, you can use Push on the blocks below the stepping stones to make something of a ladder. You'll need to Jump on top of the stones, then Jump on the small guide stones next to them to complete the next jump. This area is confusing so I've updated a couple of pictures to help anyone who's stuck. Once you're up top, head to the end of the corridor, behind the pressure plate. Activate Speed, then jet off down the corridor towards the opening. You should intersect a sliding platform, from which you can Jump to reach the final area of the tests. You're almost done. Use Push to retract the pins that stick out of the pillar until the cage containing your Lightsaber is at floor level, then jump on top of the weight nearby (above the ramp that leads downward). As the weight falls, hit Speed, run up the ramp, and use Pull to get your Lightsaber out before the cage closes again. Now you can jump around and act like an idiot for a few minutes. The Lightsaber here is much-improved over its implementation in Jedi Knight, so get used to the new movement system and throw the saber around a bit for good measure. Once you're ready to get on to the next mission, jump up on top of the small pillars near the exit door, then throw the saber through the ropes to release the stones. Cut the lock on the next door and you'll be off to Nar Shaddaa. Smugglers Moon The bar up the street is populated by Grans (fellows with three eyes), Rodians (green-skinned insectoid things), and Weequays (dreadlocked individuals), along with a Chiss bartender, of the same race as Grand Admiral Thrawn. Engage the bartender in conversation, then kill every single living thing in a hundred-foot radius. You're remarkably proficient at blocking incoming laser fire, even at this early stage of your Lightsaber skill development, so whip it out and chop up the freaks. Lightsaber Throw is a kick here; I took down four enemies at one time with a well-thrown saber. There are two secret areas in this bar; one is in the kitchen area, where you can Push a freezer to reveal a small hidden room. The other is accessible in the main seating area. Hit your Use key on one of the recessed seating areas in the back wall, where the Weequay and Rodians were enjoying their drinks earlier, and the seats should retract into the wall, leaving a passage to the secret area. Not very practical, but there you go. Head to the top of the bar and locate the lock to the bar blast shield. Interrogate the bartender and head up and outside. The Rodians that are scattered throughout the rest of the level will possess Disruptor Rifles, so you'll have to move very slowly through any exposed areas, unless you fancy being disintegrated. (The death animation when you do perish is pretty cool, though.) You'll need to duck in and out of doorways, while returning fire with your own Disruptor Rifle, in order to not get hit, since your Lightsaber unfortunately can't block the shots. The Disruptor is perfectly accurate and fires very quickly, so you can hit far-off enemies with the primary fire if you have good aim. If you need to zoom in with the scope, aim for the head and charge it up about halfway - disintegrating the Rodians is neat, but drains your ammo and will leave you open to fire for too long to be really worthwhile. (Mitch points out that if you hold duck while wielding the Disruptor Rifle, the sniper zoom does not disappear when you move. This is obviously helpful for acquiring your targets while exposing yourself for a minimum amount of time.) Head around to your left and walk across the chasm. No guardrails, yet again; a poor example of city planning. Head up the lift in the nearby room and through the hole in the wall. Don't forget to use Push and Pull to knock your enemies off their feet; this is really handy in the case of the Grans, which are often armed with Thermal Detonators. Head out to the small balcony and jump over to the set of ramps leading up. Ignore the door to your left and head up the ramps, where you'll find another door. You can roll a Thermal Detonator down the small incline inside the door to kill the Rodian and the Gran below, then explore the room they're in to find a Large shield generator. Now, head up to the second-highest level of the ramp and jump from the small balcony area into the building below, which has a control panel you can use to extend a nearby bridge. Head out of the building and walk to your right to find the now-complete walkway. In the next room, you'll need to shuffle some crates around with Push and Pull to bring down a lift, then Push the crate again to make the platform rise when you're standing on it. Once you're reached the top of the lift, use the panel nearby to drop another ramp heading up. Walk along the walkway outside until you reach the skylights, which you'll need to drop through. One of the doors in this room leads to a lift heading up to the highest level of the outside area. There are two secret areas up here. For the first, jump across the bridge that the Gran was standing on, then head up the darkened ramp nearby to find an upper platform. The second area is to the left of the lift that brought you up; you need to drop down onto the walkways that connect all the locked doors until you find a small platform with a couple of Converters. Unfortunately, this will return you to the beginning of the level, so be forewarned. When you're ready to proceed, head back to the room with the skylights and jump out the rightmost window onto a small ledge. Jump into the floating vehicle and jump from there up to the nearby door. Take the lift up and proceed across the walkway - but watch out for the proximity mine in the middle. Shoot it out from a distance, and be careful not to fall. In the next room, shoot the barrel to get through the wall, then cut the small electrical pipe to de-charge the water. Pull the platform out from the next wall, then jump up above to another small area. There's another secret area across the top of the glassed-in walkway; jump from there to the area to the right to find a couple of Bacta Tanks. Hit the panel near the R5 unit to pull a loading crane below within jumping distance. Fall down onto it, then Pull the other crane to you, and jump from there into the floating garbage scow. As it moves off, you'll notice a red garbage chute above you; the jump from your hauler to this area is very difficult. Stand on the very edge of the hauler and hit crouch when you reach the apex of your jump, and you might make it into the corridor; this is the final secret area. Drop down into the hauler again, and as it speeds along, you'll need to hit the small red/green switch lights with Push in order to bypass the early exits and hit the end of the level. Reelos Hideout As the level begins, you can find a secret area by jumping from the crate to the metal piping on either side, then jumping from there up to a pair of Converters. (If you miss the jump, you'll need to wall-walk over the shredder to avoid instant death.) Head through the door to find a large room full of garbage smashers. There's another secret area through the first door on your right - blow up the explosive barrel in the room to open a passageway to a sniper's roost with a couple of Rodians. There's yet another secret area in the first room here. Find the stack of crates near the wall, then drop down between them and the wall, and hit your Use key while facing the wall. A secret panel should open up. Go back to the garbage smashers and find one with an exposed pipe sticking out of this side. You'll need to jump up and into the garbage smasher, then run underneath the smashing mechanism without getting squashed. There's a simple jumping puzzle in the next large room, from which you'll proceed down some corridors until you find what seems to be a dead end. Use your Force Pull on the dumpster to pull it towards you, then head all the way back to the main garbage smasher area. Find the recessed door with the white light above it, and head through to a room full of crates. Pull one of the crates on the floor to reveal a small passage, then crouch your way through. Walk down the corridor until you find another dumpster, which you can push to reveal an incinerator. (Shortly before this dumpster is a secret area; keep your eyes on the ceiling above the corridor and you'll see a gap you can jump into.) Smash the window in this room, then Pull the lever across the way to unlock the door. This next hallway is populated with some Rodian snipers, so watch for the windows to open and blast them with your weapon of choice. You'll reach a ramp eventually - watch for a grate on the right side of the wall. When you find it, smash it, crawl into the duct, and then blow up the explosive canister below. Head back to the ramp and drop down into the room below. Cut the door's lock, and proceed through the now-smashed wall to find the prison area, where the game's very special guest star awaits. Once you've had your conversation, head back to the ramp area, and go through the door at the top to find yourself on the walkways at the top of the garbage smasher room. At the far side of this area is a small control room where you'll be asked for a password - the prisoner gave it to you, so you'll be allowed through. (If you didn't have the password, you'd have been dropped into a room with an electrified floor.) This next area is rather tricky, due to the overwhelming forces aligned against you, so keep your Bacta tanks primed and ready to go when you hit your item key. Once you reach the grate separating you from the Weequays, break through with your saber and start chopping. Take your time with the turrets ahead, and be sure to destroy them all before proceeding. The next hallway contains a multitude of recessed Rodian riflemen (really!), but you can run past them if you wish. Push the panel through the cracked window to escape. Once you find yourself in Reelo's gladiator pit, destroy the turrets up above, then flip on your lightsaber to avoid getting mauled by the Weequays that come pouring out. One strategy to take them down quickly is to lure them off to the side of the room, then duck into the little alcove they formerly inhabited. They'll bunch up as they run towards the alcove, allowing you to duck out and get most of them with a single saber throw. Now, head upstairs to find that Reelo has flown the coop. Snoop around behind his desk to find a switch that opens a secret door nearby, then drop down the shaft to find another secret area below the stairs (Pull the lever to slide the stairs to one side). Head through the door to find Lando, who leads you to the end of the level. Starport Follow Lando until you reach the control room overlooking the Lady Luck. Head down the lift and across the walkway nearby to find yourself back in the previous room, then proceed through the door to your left to enter a room with an unexplainable chasm. The next area is darkened, so activate your Light Amplification Goggles and proceed through it. Once you're on the rooftop area, head to your left until Lando messages you about the turrets. Destroy them from a distance, then proceed through the room behind them until you reach the walkway that juts out underneath where the turrets were placed. Jump up and go down the hallway to reach a control room, where you can unlock the hanger door. Head back to the docking bay and recharge your shields at the station while Lando blathers on. A wave of troops will come in - your priority here is to protect Lando, since the mission ends if he dies. Once they're all taken care of, Lando will message you and let you know that you need to start the refueling process, as well as open the roof so that you can escape. Examine the blue and red piping that's connected to the ship to find the codes for refueling. To find the fuel tanks, exit the hanger and proceed to your right. You can't miss the large fuel reservoir; it's the cylindrical tank with all the piping that heads into the hanger walls. Enter the codes on the panels (the red code is a small gray stop sign; the blue code is a yellow x). There's a secret area across the way from the code input terminals; jump on top of the fuel cylinder and you should be able to see some Bacta tanks on a ledge nearby. Jump on the piping to reach them. To open the ceiling of the hanger, you need to find two grates in the hanger floor and bust through them; one is open to the air, the other is hidden beneath a Pushable crate. In each of the rooms connected to these passages, there are five computers that need to be activated. Once you flip on all of the computers, the roof will open and Lando will summon you back to the ship. When Reelo makes his appearance, hit the panel in the cockpit of the Lady Luck to lower a hidden turret. Aim for Reelo first, and then blast the rest of the troops to finish the level. Bespin Cloud City There are grates around the corner from your starting position - cut one open, then wait off to the side for the blast of air to pass by and hop onto the rising platform. You can start abusing Force Push on the enemies above - Level 2 is a huge improvement over Level 1, so be sure to have it bound somewhere handy. Stay away from the edges of the lift as it reaches the top of the tube; you can sometimes be caught between the lift and an obstacle, killing you instantly. The door nearby leads to a forked corridor. Head off to the left and take the nearby lift up to a dead-end room with some enemies and a few items on the upper level. This is optional, of course, but it's easy to miss if you don't notice the lift. Now proceed through the door to the right of the bottom of the lift. There's another platform in this room that leads to another docking bay if you wish to get a couple more Bacta Tanks. Otherwise, wait for the flames in the central chamber to abate, then hit the panel next to the Ugnaught and use Force Speed to cover the distance before the door closes. (You can also use Mind Tricks on the Ugnaught when you're standing by the door to get him to open it.) Cut through the lock and take the lift up. The door here leads out to a large open area. Take out the Rodians while you still have a little cover, but watch out; if you strafe too exuberantly, you can fall into the shaft where the platform was. Once the snipers have fallen, wait for the power...thing...across the way to fall down to your level, then activate Speed and rush across the red force field while it's still active. Jump on the platform before it starts to rise, and ride up to the next level. Proceed in this manner to the top level, where you need to take a right to find the door to the next area. The three grates in this room cover up airshafts - cut the one to the left of the entrance and float up to a large open area, similar to the location of Luke's duel with Vader. Ride the columns of air up to the higher platforms; if you feel cruel, you can use Push in midair to knock your enemies off their feet and into the ether. Once you reach the top platform, you'll come face to face with your first Reborn. Read the Dueling strategies in the Hints section (near the bottom of this document) if you need help in this battle. Once the Reborn is dead (and trust me, this guy is a piece of cake compared to the individuals waiting), go through the door and walk down the hallway to Carbonite Chamber #17, which acts as an elegant backdrop to another duel. The door nearby contains the R5 unit which you need to access the adjacent lift. Bespin-Cloud City-Streets Once you're able to move, jump up to the elevated area and take out the Trandoshan - watch out for the trip mines near the door. Lower the lift in the control room, then head around and wait for the R5 unit to open the door. This hallway here is quite a gauntlet. Your R5 unit can take a fair bit of damage from the trip mines that are spaced out along the hallway, but the enemies across the way will pose a double threat for you. You have to shoot as many of the trip mines as you can, so that the droid doesn't perish, but you'll also need to shoot some of the aliens across the way so that you don't get killed. Concentrate your fire on the Rodians, then take out any trip mines that are still in the way of the droid. You'll get hurt pretty badly in this area if you're not careful, so keep an eye on your health and make sure you don't set off any of the mines yourself. The next room contains an alcove where the R5 unit will stow itself away - wait for it to open the door and walk through for an easy Secret Area credit. The next door over leads you to another room with various miscreants. Pass through to an open area with a Cloud Car. As you proceed towards the exit door, another Reborn will appear and challenge you. He may be bugged - I was able to freeze him in place by shooting at him with a Blaster Rifle as he landed, and then finished him off with the Lightsaber as he was immobile. Your mileage may vary. Join up with the Cloud City Trooper in the next room and hit the streets. If you see Grans or other enemies on the ledges above you, you can combine Jump and Pull to cause them to stumble onto the ground below, which usually kills them. This is a handy method of threat disposal that you can use without de-equipping your Lightsaber. When you round the corner with the Cloud Car, switch to your Disruptor and snipe the enemies at the far end of the road - the last thing you want is a turret pointed your way. Once you proceed down the road, all hell will break loose in the form of multiple enemies on the upper ledges. You can hop in the turret if you like; I generally just run to the platform, ride up to the next level, and take them on from there. follow the walkway until you reach another series of rooms - don't miss the Shield Converter or the locked door that contains some more of your CC Trooper friends. When you reach the large open crevasse, ride the lifts to the control room and open the large door below. The next area pits you off against two Reborn at the same time. I found that Saber Throws were particularly effective against this dynamic duo, especially when you aim at their feet. Ride the nearby lift up and gingerly cross the bridge - it's wired with mines that activate when you're about halfway across. It's best to retreat, shoot the enemies, then use your Repeater's secondary fire to wipe out the mines in your way. When you reach the window nearby, find the pool of water below and drop down. The next room over contains a few Stormtroopers - the first Imperial targets for your newly- appreciated Lightsaber. Head up the lift for another firefight, then go out onto the docking platform to find an Imperial with a Security Key. Use it to unlock the door nearby, which ends the level. Bespin Cloud City- Platform Another Reborn will attack you as you proceed down the hallway. When you reach the door, you'll spy some Troopers milling about, protected by a pair of trip mines. When you alert them to your presence, they'll come through the nearby room to your area - I got a kick out of Pushing the field commander into the laser beams, but if you feel less cruel, you can simply mow them down with your Saber. In the area with the small lamp in the middle, take either of the doors and use your Repeater's secondary fire to clear the mines and the Sentries on the floor. Head through the unlocked doors to find a room with a few Stormtroopers - there's a secret area in the shadows between the stairs, near the R2 unit. Kill the Officer in the adjacent room, get his key, and return to the lift you passed by before. Be sure to destroy the trip mines above before you start going up, however. Take the hallway to your left and use the Security Key to unlock the door. Kill the Reborn that comes out of the room, then use the panel by the window to unlock the doors leading to the docking platform you see. Head back down to the area where the Sentries were posted, being mindful of a couple of large firefights. If you kill another Officer with a security key, you can open the doors near where the trip mines were placed when you entered the level. The door with a Shield Converter contains another Reborn, one more powerful than the ones you've faced so far. Recharge your shields, then head through formerly Sentried hallway until you reach the docking platform. Tavion awaits. She is...tough. Even on the regular Jedi difficulty level, I have a hard time beating her. She's wicked fast and agile enough to change directions in mid-jump, even without a surface to propel herself from. She wields what seems to be a Level Three Saber Throw, as well as advanced Force Grip and Lightning. I recommend making a full save as soon as the fight begins, and quick saving during the fight as you wear her down. She makes a distinctive grunt when she takes damage, so if you think you've managed to hurt her without being hit since your last save, quick save again. Repeat. It's certainly a cheesy tactic, but one that practically guarantees victory, if you are able to wield a Lightsaber at all. In practical terms, though, you'll need to stick close to either the open pit in the middle of the platform, or the sides of the platform, simply to avoid her Lightning attack, which wears your shields and health down considerably if you can't outrun it. If she catches you in a Grip, Push her away to break free. If your sabers Clash, hit the primary fire button while also tapping Push as quickly as possible. You can't Push out of a saber clash until your Push is at Level Three, but if she knocks you down, you can sometimes Push her away before she can strike you when you're defenseless. Your primary method of dealing damage will be simple slashing techniques; she'll sometimes overwhelm you and deal massive amounts of damage when you're in close, however, so you should float like a butterfly and sting like a bee (i.e., dart in and out of her saber range while getting as many licks in as you can). Once you defeat Tavion, the level ends.