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#1 12 years ago

Fellas; my name is Paul aka DarkHawk. I am VERY new to the JK series and love them, though my gaming skills are yet to be desired. I have read a few of the sticky's on tactics and I am still ost. I have no clue what Red/Yellow/Green etc. stances are, and it just seems that duelsing is a keyboard button masher process that I have yet to conquer. I will ask a dumb question if you can set gameplay up with a controller or joystick? Also I am a sucker for a duel saber, anyone know if those are available. And last but not least if I wanted my own SW character made into a skin who/where would I go to have help with that. Thanks allot and I hope to see you guys on MP and please try yo squash me to badly!!! Paul DarkHawk




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#2 12 years ago

Dual sabers? Not in JO.




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#3 12 years ago

Red, yellow and blue are the three saber styles - strong, medium and fast, respectively. That's covered in the manual. ;)

Green stance is a "new" saber style in Forcemod. I say new in " " because it's basically one of the special saber stances used by bosses, just made selectable.

You can set up a controller, although I don't recommend it. Having played JK2 on a Gamecube, I can say definitively that it doesn't work out. Can be fun at times, but really not a good idea for serious gameplay.

Dueling is mostly exploits at this late stage in the game's life. People find one move which gives them flawless victories, and spam it. Most duels consist of two people using the same move on each other, trying to see who lands the first hit. There's no real "FFA" in either game any more, so if you're looking for that, well, you may find one very well-hidden source of deathmatch gameplay.

Dual sabers and staff sabers aren't present in JK2, only in Jedi Academy.

For tutorials and tools on how to make a character model, go into the Jedi Academy forum, look in Modding & Editing, and go into the Master Sticky which is pasted at the top. Modelling is a difficult thing to learn, but quite rewarding if you want a career in games development. And besides, being able to model has advantages over making model requests, and your stuff is more likely to get done.

Oh, and welcome to the JK Series.


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#4 12 years ago

bobaandyDual sabers? Not in JO.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Kouen] Dual sabers and staff sabers aren't present in JK2, only in Jedi Academy.

Actually, that's wrong.

[color=red]Dueler's Mod[/color] has both dual sabers and dual-bladed sabers for JK2. You can even have dual dual-bladed sabers (a dual-bladed saber in each hand).




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#5 12 years ago

Ah, but technically, I was right. I said JK2 didn't have them. I never said JK2 mods didn't.

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/me loves technicalities.


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#6 12 years ago
KouenRed, yellow and blue are the three saber styles - strong, medium and fast, respectively. That's covered in the manual. ;) Green stance is a "new" saber style in Forcemod. I say new in " " because it's basically one of the special saber stances used by bosses, just made selectable. You can set up a controller, although I don't recommend it. Having played JK2 on a Gamecube, I can say definitively that it doesn't work out. Can be fun at times, but really not a good idea for serious gameplay. Dueling is mostly exploits at this late stage in the game's life. People find one move which gives them flawless victories, and spam it. Most duels consist of two people using the same move on each other, trying to see who lands the first hit. There's no real "FFA" in either game any more, so if you're looking for that, well, you may find one very well-hidden source of deathmatch gameplay. Dual sabers and staff sabers aren't present in JK2, only in Jedi Academy. For tutorials and tools on how to make a character model, go into the Jedi Academy forum, look in Modding & Editing, and go into the Master Sticky which is pasted at the top. Modelling is a difficult thing to learn, but quite rewarding if you want a career in games development. And besides, being able to model has advantages over making model requests, and your stuff is more likely to get done. Oh, and welcome to the JK Series.

Umm, what is Forcemod? Is it a mod available? Lolz I haven't played in years and I couldn't get up-to-date stuff. I'd like a new stance.




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#7 12 years ago

Wouldent it have been simpler to search for "forcemod" in the search thing on jk3files?