View Full Version : Dodging!!!!!!! how do you do it?
04-23-2002, 09:23 PM
Has any one figured out dodging or a possibility of bindding it to a key command?
04-23-2002, 10:39 PM
Dodging?? That's merely moving out of harms way whether it be jumping, rolling or simply walking backward (or any other direction away from where you were).
04-23-2002, 10:40 PM
Isn't it automatic if you have full stars in force defense? I'm not sure, but I don't think you can bind it to a key
04-23-2002, 10:44 PM
If you're talking about the dodging that happens sometimes when something shoots at you with the disruptor, no. It's a completely automatic thing. In multi, force seeing affects how often you do it.
04-24-2002, 03:46 PM
Whack up your force seeing. You'll be dodging sniper fire all day then.
Just stand still in front of the snipers you always get on na shadaa CTF..oops missed again
What about dodging in Single player. I know it's possible, I've done it once. It was automatic, as mentioned, but it was ONLY that ONE TIME. Obviously, you don't get force seeing. I can stand out in the middle of Nar Shaddaa all and day and get killed every single time because Kyle can't dodge the stupid disruptor shots from Rodians. And yet, I KNOW it's possible. But my question is, why doesn't it ever happen but once in a blue moon?
04-25-2002, 03:36 AM
It has to do with your crosshair and how much force you have and the level of it. You have to have setforceall 3 (or higher...works better the higher number you have) and you have to have 50% in force in your meter. Everydodge takes 50% of your force. If setforceall is set to 3 then you have to have the enemy in your crosshair and your character should dodge.
This does not work all the time but most of the time. Somthing that also helps make it work more often is to press shift or what ever key you have bound to walk/run toggle. Default is shift. But anyway, pressing shift just before the enemy fires and having him in your targeting reticle greatly increases the chances of dodging fire. You can dodge shots from front, back, and your sides. Again, the higher your force leves are, the better your chances of dodging are and from behind, sides, and front.
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