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Jason Welcome 11-30-2003 01:01 AM

Help, Killing enemies when model is shadowtrooper?
 
Hello, I was hoping someone could help me with this problem. I used the playermodel code to play as a ShadowTrooper, however once I change to the Shadowtrooper, all the enemies ignore me and consider me friendly worse yet I can't even kill them so I was hoping someone could tell me a code or how to fix this problem so that I can play with enemy models and have actual enemies be able to attack me and vice versa. thanx

Sam Fisher 11-30-2003 01:09 AM

I think you do:

playerteam player

Into the console.

Jason Welcome 11-30-2003 02:27 AM

I know how to do the player model...
 
I am able to do the model change but the problem I am having is once I change it to a shadowtrooper or any enemy The Enemies in the game ignore me and I can't kill them... I heard that their was a code that will allow you to fight team members. I'm hoping this code will allow me to play as the shadowtrooper and play the game as if I were a normal jedi. Thats what I was wondering about.

p.s. I was also wondering what the the playermodel code was for becoming Boba Fett was. One more thing I was wondering if you can play Jedi Outcast Levels with JA models thanks

Jason Welcome 11-30-2003 02:29 AM

I'm Sorry Ignore my last post
 
Thanks Sam, I miss read your post I'm gonna give it a try thanks again.

Neverhoodian 11-30-2003 02:32 AM

You can also type playerteam free to have friendlies attack you as well.

I believe the command to get Boba Fett is

playermodel boba_fett

As for using JO levels in JA:

You can find JO MP levels from www.pcgamemods.com. For SP JO levels, check out http://www.lucasforums.com/showthrea...hreadid=113158 for a tutorial on transferring JO SP levels to JA Be warned, though, the levels are buggy.


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