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               |      Star Wars: The Force Unleashed      |
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               |          Written by: Skylighter          |
               |    Copyright (C) Invention R Us, 2007    |
               |         ctg_skylighter@hotmail.com       |
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	I wrote my first and only FAQ for Resident Evil: The Umbrella
Chronicles.  I had really enjoyed the time and effort I put into that Boss
Guide, knowing that it would help my fellow gamers and, according to feedback
I received, it has!  It was a joy and I was eager to soon begin work on
another.  However, I was at a loss as to which game to write one for.  That
search ended the minute I completed Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.

	Despite the many mediocre reviews floating around on the Internet, I
found The Force Unleashed to be a magnificent game.  Reports of glitches were
greatly exaggerated and while I did run across a few minor glitches, none of
them were enough to deter me from enjoying the game.  While few games before
have attempted the feat, none have been able to truely encapsulate the raw
power of a Jedi and allow the player to use those powers in such a diverse
way.  It is this factor alone that makes The Force Unleashed, in my opinion,
the greatest Star Wars game to date.  And I've played a lot of them, folks.

	Whether you agree with me or not, I want to write this guide in order
to assist my fellow gamers and Star Wars fans in their quest to complete the
game.  Whether you're playing to unlock everything, to kill endless swarms of
Stormtroopers, or simply to experience the immersive story, I hope my efforts
assist you with the hectic, and at times frustrating, gameplay.

	Also, for your information, this walkthrough was written with the
highest difficulty, Sith Master, in mind.  Additionally, I wrote this guide
while playing the Xbox 360 version of The Force Unleashed.  In the future,
I may try playing the Wii version.

	May the Force be with you!


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1...... Version History

2...... Walkthrough
	A. Prologue - Kashyyyk                               [M00]
	B. Mission One - TIE Fighter Factory                 [M01]
	C. Mission Two - Raxus Prime                         [M02]
	D. Mission Three - Felucia                           [M03]
	E. Mission Four - The Empirical                      [M04]
	F. Mission Five - Cloud City                         [M05]
	G. Mission Six - Imperial Kashyyyk                   [M06]
	H. Mission Seven - Imperial Felucia                  [M07]
	I. Mission Eight - Imperial Raxus Prime              [M08]
	J. Mission Nine - Death Star                         [M09]

3...... Achievements, Secrets, and Codes                     [ASC]

4...... Frequently Asked Questions                           [FAX]

5...... Legal Stuff, Credits, and Contact Information        [LCC]


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Version 1.0
September 20, 2008

First draft.  Added the walkthroughs for all nine missions, including the
prologue.  Found all Jedi Holocrons.  Added some anticipated questions in the
FAQ section.  Didn't include any codes, since I haven't had time to verify
any of them (and it seems there are a lot of phony ones floating around).  I
will add them in a later update, as well as any additional questions I
receive.

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Version 1.1
September 29, 2008

Added a few FAQ questions, thanks to the people who e-mailed me.  Also, I went
back and filled in some of the Recommended Upgrades sections that I forgot to
write.  Oops!  Also some minor typo and error corrections.  Lastly, added to
the Credits and Legal Stuff section, including sites where this walkthrough
can be found.


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[M00]
Prologue:  Kashyyyk
AKA:  Vader's Day Out
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MISSION OBJECTIVES:
PRIMARY:  Find and Destroy the Rogue Jedi
BONUS:  N/A
FORCE POINTS BONUS:  N/A
NUMBER OF HOLOCRONS:  0

	After the classic Star Wars opening scroll has gone by, none other
than Darth Vader steps forth from his shuttle to accomplish what his pathetic
minions have failed to do.  Take a moment to get a feel for the Sith Lord's
movements, if you wish, and then take Vader's lumbering boots over the
bridge in front of you.

	You'll find some Stormtroopers firing, rather uselessly, at some
Wookiees near a large door.  [ACHIEVEMENT: Kill 12 of your own Stormtroopers
to unlock Worst Day-Shift Manager Ever, worth 10G].  Saunter up to each
Wookiee and slash them with your saber, throw them into the ocean... or just
stand still and let them kill themselves as you automatically reflect their
lasers back into them.  Hmm.

	Do as the game prompt commands and charge up your Force Push to blast
open the primitive wooden door.  Stroll through in Vader-like fashion and
laugh as more Wookiees rush forth to challenge you.  Force Grip the nearby
barricades and rocks and throw them forth to take out several furballs at
once.  If there are any left, mop them up saber attacks or, my personal
favorite, throw them over the cliff.  Keep moving down the path, between the
rocks and trees, til you hit a savepoint.

>>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>>On the bright side, you can step on top of the shimmering panels
and use a Force Repulse to instantly blow them open and drop down.  That way,
you can skip the hanger battle entirely.  Just grab the Jedi Holocrons if you
don't already have them.  Credit goes to Bamir for telling me this.

	Forget everything and immediately run from the stack of boxes ahead
of you.  Climb to the top and jump onto the catwalk.  You need to kill both
Scouts immediately or else they will harass you for the entire battle.
While you're up there, kill the Jumptroopers who will follow you.  Be 
careful, because missiles from Purge Troopers on the bottom floor can hit you
up here if you're too close to the edge.  [While you're up there, grab 
Holocrons #1 and #2.  One holds 10,000 Force Points and another has the
Katak Power Crystal.  These also instantly refill your health and Force 
meter, so consider saving them for emergencies.]

	Now you're ready to do battle.  The Purge Troopers are, without a
doubt, the most troublesome part of this encounter.  This is where the Sigil
Lightsaber crystal comes in handy.  Three full-meter Force Lightnings can
take out a Purge Trooper.  If you don't like using just Force Lightning on
these guys, then tough cookies.  In this battle, you don't have the time or
space to be dancing around in the middle of a combo, because a missile or a 
crate from the AT-ST will hit you in the back.

	So drop down next to one of the Eweb turrets, kill it, and then
duck into the open room next to it.  Hide behind the center wall and wait
for the enemies to come to you.  With any luck, only one Purge Trooper will 
come instead of one.  Kill it and the Stormtroopers accompanying it.  When
that's done, wait for the next one, you go out briefly to lure it in and then
dive back into the room.  Patience, young Jedi.

	Once they're both dead, then kill the AT-ST that is no doubt lurking
outside the room.  You can simply Force Lightning it twice and it'll be weak
enough for the Quick Time Event.  Just dodge the barrels it throws at you,
cause they hurt as much as a missile.  When it dies, another AT-ST, an old
fashioned one, will arrive on a lift.  Lure that one over to you, too.  Kill
it just like the last one, though it is a bit tougher.

	Yay!  Celebration?  NO!  Now three new Purge Troopers arrive on the
lift with a complement of Stormtroopers.  Damn you, Lucasarts!  These jerks
will stun you while the Purge Troopers unload their missiles on you.  It's 
gonna take a lot of hiding to manage this.  Just remember you have two Sith
Holocrons in the area, a Health Restore and Energy Restore, if you need them.
If your sideroom gets to crowded, make a mad dash for the other one on the far
side of the hanger.  Once they're all dead, pry open one of the metal panels
in the floor with Force Grip and drop down.

>>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT>SAVEPOINT