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Viracocha 09-25-2002 06:03 AM

Using lightsaber
 
Hi,

Does anyone know how to use the lightsaber.
I know there are a couple of key combinations for attack, etc. but I don't know them.

Can anyone help me out.

Thanx.

Luc Solar 09-25-2002 06:49 AM

There is one special move in every stance.

Blue/fast stance:

The blue special/lunge: crouch + forward + attack

The backstab: back + attack when the opponent is behind you.

Blue swings are chainable, so you can do pretty neat combos.

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Yellow/medium stance:

The yellow special (a.k.a the blender, death from above = DFA , the butterfly etc.): forward + jump + attack while keeping your aim at the opponent.

Yellow backslash: same as the blue backstab

You can chain attacks... and execute 3 random swings normally.

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Red/strong stance

Red special (a.k.a death from above = DFA): attack + jump when your swing is halfway done.

Red backsweep: same as the yellow & blue moves.

Chaining is a bit tougher. (Only 2 swings normally.) But you can chain 3 swings with little effort : f.ex forward + forward + left & forward
Forward + left & forward + forward won't work though. Experiment with it and you'll figure it out.

Hope this helps get you goin' :)

Viracocha 09-25-2002 07:07 AM

Thank you.

I will try them.

Zedar 09-25-2002 07:27 AM

U should press forward when doing the red stance dfa (attack+forward+jump when the swing is halfway done)
At least in 1.02:) Dunno about 1.04 or 1.03

00M-187 09-25-2002 11:08 AM

Or you can read the manual.

Lightning 09-25-2002 02:58 PM

welcome to the forums Viracochathere not allot of dutch people here so i'm glad there's a new one:)

Kurgan 09-25-2002 05:00 PM

Read the manual and readme files, then go here:

http://strategy.jediknightii.net

In the form of content, and links, you will find everything you need to know. Also: practice makes perfect (or perfect practice makes less imperfect)!


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