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Old 07-02-2000, 09:00 PM   #1
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Darth Wart's "Mos Espa Massacre"

Darth Wart (I don't think he's posted on this forum before) posted this on the JPB forum, and I thought you guys might like to try these out. This is what happens if you decide to turn to the Dark Side and kill everything that moves in Mos Espa. Here we go...

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Having gone postal through most of the levels by this point, I have noticed several things that this produces:

1. If you kill a character that will later be important (such as the blue chick that leads you to Jabba), the game'll say "Padme has been killed."

2. If you kill random people, the bystanders will attack you. Two problems: some of them (the pig guys) are invulnerable. The game's way of telling you you were supposed to die for having offed an innocent passerby. Second: if you do this and manage to escape the wrath of the crowd, sometimes dialogues you know are there will not load, presumably because people refuse to talk to the likes of you.

3. If you kill Anakin, Jar-Jar, or anybody like that, you know what happens. But if you kill Anakin's mom, watch out! Even the camels start shooting at you.

4. If you go postal on the podracing crowd, only about 30% of them can be killed.

5. There is absolutely no penalty for killing the children in the slave quarter! Only the children themselves seem to notice; to everybody else, a dead boy in the road is just another day in the life. Murdering children will not stop you from doing anything.


6. (This is fun.) If you're supposed to do a bunch of haggling with somebody for some item (like in the bar), just kill them. The item will appear where there body falls and you can just pick it up.

7. The worst "moral stopper" I've found so far is: that guy in Watto's backyard? I shot him to ribbons, then saved my game before walking into Watto's shop. THIS WAS A MISTAKE. Anakin kept repeating "I'm not gonna help a killer like you," and Watto, "You killed my friend; now, I'll never help you." They even recognized me when I "changed" to Padme, in an attempt to get the damn t-14 thing. I had no choice but to restart the level.
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Old 07-02-2000, 11:01 PM   #2
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Actually those gaurds(pig guys)aren't invicble all I do is throw a thermal detonater at them that ususlly take cares of it...

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Old 07-03-2000, 07:04 AM   #3
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Yep, or a couple of blasts from the 'happy' gun. I'm going to check the whole 'trigger-happy' Eopies; I don't really see that one as correct.

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Old 07-03-2000, 02:30 PM   #4
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He's actually wrong on many of those points. On the Mos Espa level you can kill everyone except Padme, Anakin, Watto and that stupid Jawa and still pass the level. When nobody will speak with you all you have to do is run around for a bit without killing anyone and they seem to forget. Even Anakin eventually forgets you killed his mother... if you do it right. I've turned that city into a festering grease spot and still passed. The people I can't kill on Mos Espa Arena are Watto and Jabba (and of course Padme and Jar Jar). In Mos Espa if you kill the guy in Watto's junkyard, Shmi, that blue woman, or that drunk pod racer (I forget his name) they come back to life in the next level, just like Maul comes back to life if you kill him on the desert encounter or Assault level. If you kill the blue woman again on the Arena level, she comes back to life in the Desert Encounter level. On this level you can kill Shmi again and Anakin doesn't even notice.

No-good killer my arse. I'm a very good killer.

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Old 07-05-2000, 08:09 PM   #5
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I didn`t know the almight Qui-Gon was a mass-murderer...

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Old 07-06-2000, 04:00 PM   #6
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Well... not usually anyway .
But there's something about some of those Jawas that brings out the Darth Qui-Gon in me. Also, I like to push the bounds of the game to see what you can do.

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Old 07-06-2000, 04:51 PM   #7
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I've counted. On my PC version it takes 6 slashes from a Lightsaber to kill one of those guards. As for the Podrace crowd, most of them are detailed 3D blocks glued to the seat without any personallity or movement.

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Old 07-06-2000, 05:41 PM   #8
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Let me correct a few things, Tom.

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...most of them are detailed 3D blocks...
Yeah, right. They are blockier than 'Lemmings'.

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...glued to the seat...
Correction: they are not 'glued', they are attached to the computer-generated scenery via sensors.

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...without any personallity or movement...
One 'L', Tom. And they do have a personality; they are hard-core spectators of a podrace that will change Star Wars history. They obviously enjoy podraces, or else why would they travel to the Mos Espa Arena to view one?

I don't know how many times I need to say this stuff, Tom. But, rest assured, I'll always be here, ready to correct each and every little mistake you make.
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Old 07-06-2000, 08:38 PM   #9
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Hey Tom, it looks like you just saved 50 bucks on that spellchecker!
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Old 07-06-2000, 08:49 PM   #10
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You've gotta hand it to Qui-Gon; whenever Joe Joe makes a witty remark, he's always there to reply with something even wittier.

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Old 07-06-2000, 08:56 PM   #11
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I'd say that he's as witty as Guybrush Threepwood, but that could also be understood as a insult.


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Old 07-07-2000, 12:54 PM   #12
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