Star Wars: The Clone Wars
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Version 7.0
Star Wars: The Clone Wars FAQ and Guide Version 6.0 Written by email@example.com This Document Copyright 2003 by paxk TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction II. General Information III. Version History IV. Legal Issues V. Take Control! VI. Craft Guide VII. One-Player Mode VIII. Vs. Mode IX. Options X. Cheats XI. Modules XII. Ending/Contact Information I. Introduction Welcome to The Clone Wars! This is my second fully written FAQ and is all about Star Wars. (For information on my first FAQ on Super Smash Bros. Melee, search for the FAQ on Cheat Codes and look for Version 2.0) The guide will describe game controls, 1P Mode, Vs. Mode, bonuses, and cheats. If you're looking for information, you can find it here. II. General Information The headings of this guide are in blue fonts to make sections stand out. Any information in cross-out type (example) is information that was part of the original guide but is not applicable as of this time (I like to keep all parts of the original document to preserve it's genuineness. III. Version History  Version 7.0 Guide finally published and all sections complete  Version 6.0 New Section on Craft added.  Version 5.0- Modules completed.  Version 4.0- Guide Sections VII, VIII, and IX completed.  Version 3.0- More cross-outs added. Grammar section of e-mailing deleted due to soon-to-be angry replies. Guide will be published shortly.  Version 2.0- Guide completed and the character bios section is crossed out. PS2 Controls added from actual information (in other words, the controls are correct. X- Box controls also updated. There is now little or no unsure information, so the line in the introduction is crossed out, and the new X-Box and PS2 Sections are added in yellow color.  Version 1.0- The FAQ and guide is started but not published. IV. Legal Issues This Document Copyright 2003 by paxk. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org V. Take Control! Game Cube- A: Shoot Lasers B: Shoot Missiles/Charged Laser C Stick: Changes Camera Angle D-Pad: Issues Wingman Commands X: Switches between first-person and third-person view Y: Use Special Move Z: Zoom View X-Box- A: Shoot Lasers B: Use Special Move X: Shoot Missiles Y: Zoom View Control Pad: Issue Wingman Commands Lower-Right Control Stick: Changes Camera Angle White Button: Switches between first-person and third-person view X-Box- A: Shoot Lasers B: Use Special Move X: Shoot Missiles Y: Zoom View Control Pad: Issue Wingman Commands Lower-Right Control Stick: Changes Camera Angle White Button: Switches between first-person and third-person view VI. Craft This section is a guide to craft from the game. Republic Fighter Tank Primary Weapon: Lasers Secondary Weapon: Missiles Special Move: Repulsor Boost AT-XT Walker Primary Weapon: Lasers Secondary Weapon: Missiles Special Move: Plasma Shields Republic Gunship Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Missiles Special Move: Pinpoint Lasers Republic Speeder Bike Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: N/A Special Move: Repulsor Boost Mobile Assault Cannon (MAC) Primary Move: Laser Secondary Move: N/A Special Move: N/A Maru Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Exploding Bombs Special Move: Seismic Pulse Emitter Ground Assault Tank Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Missiles Special Move: Repulsor Boost Single Trooper Ariel Platform (STAP) Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: N/A Special Move: Repulsor Boost Armored Assault Tank (AAT) Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Charged Laser Shot Special Move: N/A Mortar Tank Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Super Charged Shot Special Move: N/A Hailfire Droid Primary Move: Laser Secondary Move: Missiles Special Move: Repulsor Boost Corporate Alliance Droid (CAD) Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: N/A Special Move: N/A Homing Spider Droid Primary Move: Short Laser Secondary Move: Homing Laser Special Move: N/A Protodeka Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Missiles Special Move: N/A Harbinger Primary Move: Launches Fighter Tanks Secondary Move: Missiles Special Move: Multi-Laser Cannon Dreadnought Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Missiles Special Move: Pulsating Charge Dark Reaper Primary Move: Lasers Secondary Move: Energy Balls Special Move: Harvester Beam Jedi Primary Move: Lightsaber Swing Secondary Move: Lightsaber Throw Special Move: Force Push Battle Droid Primary Move: Blaster Shot Secondary Move: N/A Special Move: N/A Super Battle Droid Primary Move: Blaster Shot Secondary Move: N/A Special Move: N/A Dwarf Spider Droid Primary Move: Laser Secondary Move: N/A Special Move: Self-Destruct VII. One-Player Mode The one player mode consists of sixteen (16) battles on six 6) various worlds and moons. I have marked them with * if they are very easy, ** if they are very difficult, or *** if they are a boss level. The guide to the sixteen battles is below: One-Player Missions i. Geonosis- The Rescue Begins* ii. Geonosis- Infiltration of the Arena iii. Geonosis- The Battle of Geonosis*** iv. Rehn Var- Evacuation of Rehn Var** v. Raxus- Scrap Yard Pursuit vi. Raxus- Ambush Among the Wreckage vii. Raxus- The Conquest of Raxus Prime*** viii. Kashyyk- Anakin's Escape** ix. Kashyyk- New Alliances x. Kashyyk- The Liberation of Kashyyk*** xi. Rehn Var- Eye of the Storm xii. Rehn Var- Lost Legacy **,*** xiii. Thule Moon- Desperate Gambit xiv. Thule- Assault on Thule xv. Thule- Dark Side Rising xvi. Thule- Fate of the Republic*** One-Player Boss Guide Geonosis: Dark Acolytes Raxus: Protodeka Kashyyk: Harbinger Rehn Var: Spectral Guardians Thule: Dark Reaper IX. Vs. Mode There are basically four types of vs. player combats: Academy, Duel, Control Zone, and Conquest. Academy- Fight against enemies with or without help. Primarily used for training. Duel- Classic death match. What more could be said? Control Zone- Let's make it simple: Stay inside the circle for as long as you can and don't let your foes get in. Conquest- Protect your base from attack, while taking outposts to dispatch men and build up turrets of your own. X. Options The Options menu, is where you can enter codes, change game options and watch some videos, not to mention all the bonuses you can see that you've unlocked. XI. Cheats This section includes all cheats for The Clone Wars. Here they are as follows: (*= code must be re-entered after quitting mission/battle or turning off the system) (**- all characters unlocked in multiplayer are used only in the Geonosis Academy) GameCube Chosen1- Unlocks Unlimited Ammo* 1WithForce- Unlocks Invincibility* Gasmask- Unlocks all Missions FragFiestia- Unlocks all Multiplayer Maps Cinema- Unlocks all Movies Saycheese- Unlocks Team Photos for Sketchbook Yub Yub- Unlocks the last mission's three bonus objectives (to get the space click on the blank square in the entry box) Corde- Unlocks Amadalia in Multiplayer Fuzzball- Unlocks Wookie in Multiplayer Rogerroger- Unlocks Battle Droid in Multiplayer Wat Tambor- Unlocks Super Battle Droid in Multiplayer Fake Fett- Unlocks Clone Trooper in Multiplayer XII. Modules No, not models. Modules are guides that you can use to learn the Clone Wars, and, eventually, beat the game in a fixed amount of time. Your specific module depends mostly on your specific module. I have modules listed for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players (if you're just starting out, use beginner, and if you're not sure, use intermediate and either go up or down if you need to). The modules will follow. Beginner (20 days to win game) Day 1: Introduction  Read instruction manual thoroughly  Play Thule Moon Academy, levels 1-2  Play Mission 1  Play Academy levels 1-3 after completing Mission 1 Day 2: Review  Play Thule Moon Academy levels 1-2 again  Replay Mission 1  Replay Academy levels 1-3 Day 3: Mission  Play Thule Moon warm-up levels 1-3  Begin Mission 2  Play Academy levels 1-4 as post-game wrap-up Day 4: Review  Play Thule Moon warm-up levels 1-3  Replay Mission 2 Day 5: Review/Mission  The warm-up is another replay of Mission 2  Play Mission 3 Day 6: Review/Academy  Replay Mission 3  After done, play academy levels 1-5 Day 7: Mission  Play Mission 4  After mission, play academy levels 1-6 Day 8: Review  Play Mission 4 again  Play academy levels 1-5 Day 9: Missions  Play Missions 5 and 6 Day 10: Review  Play Mission 6 again Day 11: Missions  Play Missions 7 and 8 Day 12: Review  Replay Mission 8 Day 13: Missions  Play Missions 9 and 10 Day 14: Review/Mission  Replay Mission 10  Play Mission 11 Day 15: Missions  Play Missions 12 and 13 Day 16: Mission  Play Mission 14 Day 17: Mission  Play Mission 15 Day 18: Review Begins for Final Mission:  Play all academy levels that you can accomplish  Play Missions again as needed Day 19: Final Review  Replay tough missions  Play academy as needed Day 20: FINAL MISSION  Play Final Mission Good job! The expert at anything was once a beginner. Intermediate (12 days to win game) Day 1: Introduction/Missions  Play Thule Moon Academy, levels 1-5  Play Missions 1 and 2  Play Thule Moon Academy, levels 1-6 Day 2: Missions  Play Academy levels 1-7  Play Missions 3 and 4 Day 3: Missions  Play Academy levels 1-7  Play Missions 5 and 6 Day 4: Review/Mission  Play Academy levels 1-8  Play Missions 6 and 7 (review 6) Day 5: Review/Mission  Play Academy levels 1-9  Play Missions 7 and 8 Day 6: Review/Mission  Play Academy levels 1-10  Play Missions 7-9 (review doesn't hurt) Day 7: Mission  Play Mission 10 Day 8: Missions  Play Missions 11-13 Day 9: Mission  Play Mission 14 Day 10: Mission  Play Mission 15 Day 11: Warm-up for Final Mission  Play all academy levels  Replay any missions you think were challenging Day 12: FINAL MISSION  Play Mission 16 You are done! Good job above average player! Advanced (5 days to win game) Day 1: Introduction/Missions  Play Thule moon academy, levels 1-7  Play Missions 1-4  Redo missions with one or less bonus goals completed. Day 2: Missions  Play academy levels 1-8  Play Missions 5-8 Day 3: Missions  Play academy levels 1-10  Play Missions 9-11 Day 4: Missions  Play academy levels 1-12  Play Missions 12-15 Day 5: FINAL MISSION  Play up to level 15 in the academy  Play Mission 16  You are done! Good job advanced player! XIII. Ending/Contact Information This is the end of the Clone Wars FAQ. Thank you for reading, and if you have any tips or other cheats that I might have missed, e-mail me at email@example.com. However, I have some guidelines for your e-mails:  Make sure the subject (under the Subject line in Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express) is about the Clone Wars. Any other mail will be immediately deleted and you will receive a reprimand. I allow only 2 reprimands: the first a warning and the second, an ultimatum (an ultimatum is a final warning with imminent consequences if violated again). If you send me a third e-mail not about the Clone Wars, you will be expelled from e-mailing me (in other words, you will never get a reply from me no matter how many times you apologize).  Use proper grammar. I am an Honors Language Arts student and will delete illegible and undecipherable mail. "Internet lingo" e-mailers will receive no reprimands, but will just never get a reply.  DO NOT SEND ME ADS! If I receive an ad, I will notify Yahoo that your company and ad will have no access to my mailbox (i.o.w. your e-mails won't be able to get through to my mailbox).  In order to publish this guide on your site, you must first contact me and ask for permission. Permission will not be granted to those with one or more reprimands. I will allow most people to publish this guide but they must adhere to strict guidelines: 1.)Never change this document in any way, shape, or form (unless color/strikeouts will not appear due to document size restrictions); 2.)Give all credit of this document to me and only me; 3.)Post only on personal game sites and other larger sites and companies (e.g. GeoCities, Lycos), but the document must be updated.