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                               Playable Crafts FAQ
                                   Version 1.9

                            Written By: RogueLeader2
                         E-mail: JonMP211@hotmail.com


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       I. Introduction
      II. Version History
     III. Game Controls
      IV. Weapons
       V. Cockpits
      VI. Default Craft
           A. X-Wing
           B. Y-Wing
           C. Speeder
           D. B-Wing
           E. A-Wing
           F. T-16 Skyhopper
     VII. Hidden Craft
           A. Rebel Craft
                a. Millennium Falcon
           B. Imperial Craft
                a. TIE Fighter
                b. TIE Advanced
                c. Imperial Shuttle
           C. Other Craft
                a. Naboo Fighter
                b. Slave I
                c. Buick
                d. Cloud Car
    VIII. Statistics
           A. Speed
           B. Laser Strength
           C. Agility
           D. Shields
      IX. Rumors
       X. Credits
      XI. Legal

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   The sole purpose of this FAQ is to clear up any questions about any of the
 13 different playable crafts in Rogue Leader.  It states all you wanted to
 know about each ship, including descriptions and how to access each and gives
 awards to the fastest, strongest, durable, and most maneuverable crafts!

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       >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>      VERSION HISTORY      <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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 02/03/02 - Version 1.0: FAQ created.
 02/04/02 - Version 1.1: Added "Shields" to the Statistics Section.
 02/07/02 - Version 1.2: Added Cockpit Section and cockpit descriptions;
                         fixed up Credit Section.
 02/09/02 - Version 1.3: Added random information here and there.
 02/15/02 - Version 1.4: Added codes to unlock some craft.
 02/23/02 - Version 1.5: Fixed one mistake.
 02/25/02 - Version 1.6: Added Rumors Section.
 04/14/02 - Version 1.7: Fixed an error in the Speeder Section.  Added codes.
 05/22/02 - Version 1.8: Added codes.  Added Buick Section.
 05/31/02 - Version 1.9: Fixed several errors in the Buick Section.
 10/24/05 - Version Final: Closed the Rumors Section; fixed some laser stats.

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      >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>        GAME CONTROLS       <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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   Before you can play with any of the hidden crafts you unlock, you need to
 know how to control each so you can play with them efficiently:

 STICKS:
          Control Stick: Used to steer your craft.

          Control Pad: Used for various functions. Each direction corresponds
                       with a specific order. Up tell your wingmen to form on
                       your wing, left and right tell your wingmen to attack
                       different locations, and down tells your wingmen to
                       flee.  Also, if you are flying a X-Wing, Y-wing, or
                       the Naboo Starfighter, you can tell your R2 unit to
                       repair your ship with this pad.

          C-Stick: In default view, this stick allows you to move the camera
                   angle.  In cockpit view it lets your look around the
                   cockpit. Also, if you have your targeting computer up, it
                   allows you to target specific ships, though this is only
                   useful if you have acquired the Advanced Targeting
                   Computer.  (See Tech Upgrade FAQ)

 BUTTONS:
          A Button: Fires your primary weapon.  Hold down for continual fire.

          B Button: Fires your secondary weapon.  Also, if you are flying as
                    the Y-Wing, the B-Wing, and the Slave I you are equipped
                    with an ion cannon. Hold and release this button to fire
                    the ion cannon.
                    (Note: Some crafts have different secondary weapons.  Go
                     to the individual craft's section for detail on each
                     weapon.)

          X Button: Toggle between the default and cockpit views.

          Y Button: Call up  the targeting computer.  You must hold this down
                    to keep the computer on screen unless you have acquired
                    the Advanced Targeting Computer upgrade.
                    (See Tech Upgrade FAQ)

          L Button: Press to slow the speed of your craft.  Jam the button
                    down to brake quickly.

          R Button: Increase your ship's speed.  Jam the button down for a
                    quick boost of speed.  Also, if you are flying as the
                    X-Wing or B-Wing, their S-foils will close if you jam
                    the R button down.  Go to each crafts section for more
                    details about the S-foils.

          Z Button: Roll your craft.  Press and hold this button while
                    pressing left or right to roll your craft.

          Start Button: Lets you pause/access the start menu.

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   Rogue Leader equips each craft with different weapons.  This makes some
 craft ideal for some missions yet usless for others.  The weapons in Rogue
 Leader are:

 PRIMARY WEAPONS:

          Laser Cannons: These are the primary weapons of all the craft in
                         the Star Wars universe.  The number of laser
                         cannons on each ship varies.
                         Crafts: All vehicles.

 SECONDARY WEAPONS:

          Proton Torpedoes: These proton-scattering energy warheads inflict
                            heavier damage than ordinary torpedoes.
                            Crafts: X-Wing, B-Wing, Y-Wing

          Proton Bombs: These inflict a large area of damage, but they can
                        also hurt you if you fly too low.  They recharge
                        over time.
                        Craft: Y-Wing

          Concussion Missiles: Though they are not as powerful as proton
                               torpedoes, when it hits it's target, it
                               sends a shockwave capable of penetrating
                               the heaviest armor.
                               Crafts: A-Wing, Millennium Falcon

          Cluster Missiles: Instead of shooting only one missile at a time,
                            the cluster missiles shoot 6.  Thats right 6.
                            This weapon is most useful when you get the
                            Homing Cluster Missile upgrade.
                            Crafts: TIE Advanced, Slave I

          Tow Cables: This weapon is competely different than any other in the
                      game.  It is not a projectile.  It is a cable that can
                      be shot out the back of a craft and attached to
                      something.  This is the ideal weapon for the destruction
                      of imperial AT-ATs.
                      Craft: Speeder

          Ion Cannon: Ion cannons are available on several crafts along with
                      secondary weapons.  They use blasts of blue ionized
                      energy to which overload and fuse circit.  This will
                      effectivly knock them out of action and maybe even
                      destroy small targets.
                      Crafts: Y-Wing, B-Wing

   NOTE:  All weapons here besides the Ion Cannon and Tow Cables have several
          tech upgrade.

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   One GREAT addition to Rogue Leader is the ability to switch to cockpit
 view, and while in this view you can use the C-Stick to move your pilot's
 head and look around freely.  This makes your piloting experience much more
 enjoyable (though in many cases more challanging!) because it gives each
 craft an authentic feeling.  Each craft has its own original cockpit, some
 good, some bad.  In each craft description, I have provided a little
 description on the layout the craft's cockpit.  There, it will describe the
 control panel and rate the visiblity.

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   Rogue Leader starts you off with a varity of default crafts.  These ships
 can be used to beat the entire game.

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                                     X-Wing
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 In-Game Description:
   The Incom T-65 X-Wing is the fighter that killed the Death Star.  An almost
 perfect balance of speed, maneuverability, and defensive shields makes this
 the fighter of choice for Rogue Squadron except when the mission profile
 disallows it.  In addition to four blaster connons, the X-Wing can carry a
 number proton torpedoes.  Its powered by four fusial thrust engines and
 requires an on board astromech droid for peak proformance.

 Cockpit Description:
   The classic cockpit.  What can I say?  This is one of those cockpit you
 just love to be in.  The control panel layout has the shield indicator raised
 and up to the right for easy location, while the radar, command cross, and
 secondary weapon are lower and on the actual panel. Also, if you turn your
 head, you can see your lasers fire and your S-foils close, very nice.
 Visiblity: Medium; Two crossbeams on the side hinder vision slightly.

 Primary Weapon: 4 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 6 Proton Torpedoes
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting 
                   Computer, Advanced Proton Torpedoes, Homing Proton Torpedoes

 Playable Missions: Death Star Attack, Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous,
                    Vengeance on Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor,
                    Strike at the Core, Endurance


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                                     Y-Wing
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 In-Game Description:
   The Y-Wing is the workhorse of the rebel fleet.  Its not quick or flashy,
 but it gets the job done.  The armor on this is extensive and the shields
 will protect you from just about anything, which is good because you won't
 be going anywhere fast.
   The Y-Wing is used mainly as a bomber because it can carry a heavy payload
 of missles, torpedoes, and bombs.  The other important weapon is the topside
 ion cannon which, rather than destroying a target, can disable it for later
 capture.  Our cannons have a computer assisted auto-fire feature.  So don't
 forget that when you are in the heat of battle.

 Cockpit Description:
   The Y-Wing is... well bad.  It is very plain and drab, and it also supports
 a bad control layout.  The radar and secondary weapon icon are centered and
 enlarged while the shield indicator is small and off to the right making it
 hard to see, and the command croos is off to the left and somewhat detached
 from the rest.  One thing that makes this cockpit somewhat enjoyable are the
 lower side panels that are quite detailed. 
 Visiblity: Low; Four crossbeams hinder vision greatly.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 20 Proton Bombs (rechargeable) or
                   6 Proton Torpedoes (Death Star Attack only)
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Advanced Proton Bombs, Spread Proton Bombs,
                   Advanced Proton Torpedoes, Homing Proton Torpedoes

 Special Weapon: Ion Cannon

 Playable Missions: Death Star Attack, Ison Corridor Ambush, Prisons of the
                    Maw, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on Kothlis, Imperial
                    Acadamy Heist (Daytime), Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor,
                    Endurance


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                                    Speeder
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 In-Game Description:
   The Snowspeeder, modified with armor plating, stronger outboard laser
 cannons, and a harpoon towcable for the rear gunner, is not a true flight
 craft so the flight ceiling is quite low.  It hugges the ground well and is
 also quite maneuverable, but the addition of deflector shields was deemed
 costly and time consuming, so watch yourself.  The controls are quite similar
 to the X-Wing so don't worry about additional training.

 Cockpit Description:
   The Speeder's cockpit is nice and cozy.  The hatch is made of all glass,
 but there are many crossbeams holding it together. The cockpit is relativly
 small but has a nice simple control layout.  The shield indicator and radar
 are big and centered, while the command cross and secondary weapon icons are
 smaller and off to the sides.
 Visiblity: Medium; Two crossbeams on the side hinder vision slightly.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: Tow Cable (unlimited)
         Upgrades: None

 Playable Missions: Battle of Hoth, Imperial Acadamy Heist (Nighttime),
                    Vengeance on Kothlis


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                                     B-Wing
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 In-Game Description:
   One of the Rebellions most well armed starfighters, the B-Wing, has been
 personally designed by Admiral Akbar.  The B-Wing supports an aray of weapons
 including ion cannons, proton torpedo launchers, and laser cannons.  Because
 the cockpit is surrounded by a unique gyro-stabilization system, the pilot
 always remains startionary, even as the rest of the ship rotates during
 flight.

 Cockpit Description:
   The B-Wing's cockpit is sleek and curved.  It comes equipped with a very
 detailed control panel.  The command cross and secondary weapon icon are
 centered, while the big radar is to the left and the slightly small shield
 indicator is higher and to the right.  Also, the roof of this cockpit is
 completely open, making for good visiblity.
 Visiblity: Medium; Two crossbeams on the side hinder vision slightly.

 Primary Weapon: 3 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 12 Proton Torpedoes
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Advanced Proton Torpedoes, Homing Proton 
                   Torpedoes

 Special Weapon: 2 Ion Cannons

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on
                    Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor, Endurance


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                                     A-Wing
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 In-Game Description:
   The A-Wing is the fastest fighter we have, capable of matching a TIE
 Interceptor is speed.  Twin J-77 Event Horizon engines power the craft, and
 twin blaster cannons provide offensive weaponry.
   However, what we gain in speed, we lose in defense.  The deflector shield
 capablity is significantly less than the X-Wing, so make sure you use your
 speed to dodge lasers rather than relying on sheilds.  The A-Wing also
 carries a limited number of missles.
 
 Cockpit Description:
   The A-Wing's cockpit is very simple.  But it is this simplicity that makes
 this one of the better cockpits in the game.  The A-Wing is designed with a
 glass dome with only one crossbeam that goes over the top.  This give the
 cockpit an open feeling to it.  The control panel is a bit of a let down
 though.  The radar, secondary weapon icon, command cross and shield indicator
 are all even with each other and are quite small, making it hard to see them
 at times.  
 Visiblity: High; Almost no obstruction.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: Concussion Missiles
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Advanced Concussion Missiles, Homing Concussion
                   Missiles

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on
                    Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor, Endurance


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                                 T-16 Skyhopper
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 Description:
   Like the Snowspeeder, the T-16 Skyhopper is also a repulsor craft making
 space flight impossible, but unlike the speeder, it has more than twice the
 flight ceiling.  Used mostly in the desert plains of Tatooine, the Skyhopper
 is powered by an Incom E-16/x Engine for thrust and relies on twin DCJ-45
 repulsorlifts for lift.  Also, in has similar controls to the X-Wing, making
 it the perfect craft for training.

 Cockpit Description:
   Unique, exciting, horrible.  These are all words that can describe the
 T-16's cockpit.  The Skyhopper's cockpit is like no other in the game.  It 
 has an odd triangular window that limits visibility drastically, yet its
 still fun to ride in.  The control panel is set up very nicely.  The rader
 and command cross are on the botton, and the secondary weapon icon and shield
 indicator are on the side lined up vertically.  Also, if you look around the
 cockpit, you are able to see tubing, pipes, and plenty of buttons, making
 this one of the more detailed cockpits.
 Visiblity: Low; Small triangular window limits visibility drastically.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 6 Proton Torpedoes or 20 Proton Bombs (rechargeable)
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Advanced Proton Torpedoes, Advanced Proton Bombs

 Special Weapon: Ion Cannon

 Playable Mission: Tatooine Training

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   Stuffed into this great game are several hidden crafts.  Each craft has a
 unique way of unlocking it.  This makes the game very interesting and
 difficult, yet also quite rewarding, because it feels great when you unlock
 a new ship for the first time.  I have divided the remaining six hidden 
 ships into three catagories: Rebel Crafts, Imperial Crafts, and Other Crafts.


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     +                          REBEL CRAFT                             +
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                               Millennium Falcon
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 In-Game Description:
   An illegally modified Corellian engineered YT-1300 transport, the 
 Millennium Falcon, is one of the most formidable starships in the galaxy.
 Owned and piloted by Han Solo and his wookie partner Chewbacca, the Falcon
 supports a top of the line Imperial deflector shield system, two quad laser
 cannons, and two concussion missile launcher, along with a retractable light
 laser cannon.  The star ship is also equipped with an incredible class .5
 hyper drive system.

 Cockpit Description:
   The Milliennium Falcon's cockpit is another cockpit that is very original.
 It has a big window with grating that, unlike the TIEs, adds effect and does
 not limit visibility.  The control panel has the radar, shield indicator, and
 secondary weapon icon on the left, while the command cross is off to the
 right.  But the thing that really makes the Falcon's cockpit stand out is its
 detail.  The control panel that extends far to the left is full of levers and
 buttons, and if you look to the left you can even see the rotating disk on
 top.  This fine detail makes the Falcon's cockpit one of the best.
 Visiblity: Medium; Window grating and a big control panel limits visibility.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons and 1 Rear Laser Cannon

 Secondary Weapon: Concussion Missiles
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Advanced Concussion Missiles, Homing Concussion
                   Missiles

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, The Asteroid Field, Razor Rendezvous,
                    Vengeance on Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor,
                    Strike on the Core, Endurance

 How to Obtain:
   This is one of the easier ships to unlock.  All you have to do is get at
 least a bronze medal in all 10 of the standard missions.

 Other:
   The Millennium Falcon is also playable on one other mission, Death Star
 Escape, but this level is quite different from the rest.  Instead of
 actually piloting the Falcon, you are confined to the cockpit view and you
 control a quad blaster cannon.

 Unlock with Codes:
   Type in and enter MVPQIU?A, then after R2-D2 doesn't confirm this, type in
 and enter OH!BUDDY and R2-D2 will then confirm.


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     +                         IMPERIAL CRAFT                           +
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                                  TIE Fighter
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 In-Game Description:
   The first in a series of advanced twin ion engine starfighters, the
 original TIE fighter was developed by Sienar Fleet Systems.  The agile,
 single pilot craft has a titanium alloy hull and quadanium steel armored
 solar panels but lacks a deflector shield and primary life support systems.
 The TIE fighter is intended to be used as a short-range attack craft,
 launching from near by Imperial installations.  TIE fighters usually attack
 in swarms to over welm their opponents.

 Cockpit Description:
   Its nice to see the inside of a TIE for the first time, but after
 that, there is no real reason to see it again.  The TIE Fighter's cockpit is
 dark and poorly detailed, along with poor visibility.  The control panel
 lines up the command cross, radar, shield indicator, and secondary weapon
 icon in one line, making them all quite small.  Also, instead of being
 equipped with a call up targeting computer, it has a small screen that shows
 little red dots where the enemies are.  Its all but helpful.  The one thing
 that is nice about the TIE Fighter's cockpit is that you can turn and look
 more than 90 degrees in either direction.
 Visiblity: Low; A small window and window grating make visibility low.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: None
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on
                    Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor, Triumph of the
                    Empire, Revenge on Yavin, Endurance

 How to Obtain:
   This craft often causes much confussion when it comes to unlocking it.
 The reason it is so hard is because it needs to be unlocked at two different
 times of the day in Imperial Acadamy Heist to fully unlock it, day and night.

   Daytime:  Go through the canyon with out being detected as usual.  When
    you get to the end of the canyon, turn right to get out of it.  Then
    immediatly turn 90 degrees so you are flying parallel to the canyon.  Fly
    for a few seconds and soon you will see a communications tower in the
    middle of no where with a TIE on the ground next to it. (If you use your
    targeting computer you will see it easier.)  When you start to approach
    it, it will start to fly off.  Get behind it, line up behind it, and shoot
    your ion cannon.  If you hit it, it will start to spin out and fly low to
    the ground.  Soon it will land and a blue rebel insigna will appear over
    it.  Fly into the insigna to steal the disabled TIE and finish the level
    as you normally would.  Now on to the nighttime portion...

   Nighttime:  Fly through the canyon without being detected as usual.  When
    you get to the end, go to the left side of the fork instead of the
    right. Soon you will come to a cut-scene showing a TIE fighter next to a
    building. Fly close to the building and on the left of it you should see a
    black dot. This dot it the TIE pilot.  Shoot him.  (He runs from the left
    side of the building around the front to the TIE, so if you miss him the
    first time, look in front of the building or by the TIE to get him the
    next time.)  When he is dead, a blue rebel insigna will appear over the
    TIE.  Fly into the insigna to steal the TIE.  Then steal the shuttle as
    usual, but instead of flying directly to the rendezvous spot, go back to
    the area where you stole the TIE.  Fly around until you pick up your
    gunner you left there when you first stole the TIE.  Then fly back to the
    rendezvous spot to finish the level.  You now own then TIE fighter!

 Once you have stolen the TIE both times it will be unlocked.  Also, it does
 not matter what order you steal them in.  Either daytime then nighttime or
 nighttime then daytime will work.

 Other:
   A special feature to the TIE fighters are the unique targeting computers.
 Instead of a targeting computer popping up on screen, there is a small
 screen on the control panel of the TIE that shows were enemy fighters are.

 Unlock with Codes:
   Type in and enter ZT?!RGBA, then after R2-D2 doesn't confirm this, type in
 and enter DISPSBLE and R2-D2 will then confirm.


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                                  TIE Advanced
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 In-Game Description:
   The prototype starfighter used by Darth Vader at the Battle of Yavin and
 the basis for the frighteningly efficient TIE Interceptor, the TIE Advanced
 X-1 is easily recognizable due to its distinctive bent wigns.  Unlike all
 other TIE fighters, the prototype is equipped with a deflector shield
 generator and a modest hyperdrive system.  The TIE Advanced is armed with
 fixed twin heavy blaster cannons but has no life support systems.

 Cockpit Description:
   The TIE Advanced's cockpit is the exact same thing as the TIE Fighter's.
 (See Cockpit Description of the TIE Fighter)
 Visiblity: Low; A small window and window grating make visibility low.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 20 Cluster Missiles
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Cluster 
                   Missiles, Homing Cluster Missles

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on
                    Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor, Triumph of the
                    Empire, Revenge on Yavin, Endurance

 How to Obtain:
   The TIE Advanced is also relatively easy to unlock.  Simply obtain all
 gold medals on all 15 levels and beat Tatooine Training at all four times.

 Other:
   A special feature to the TIE fighters are the unique targeting computers.
 Instead of a targeting computer popping up on screen, there is a small
 screen on the control panel of the TIE that shows were enemy fighters are.

 Unlock with Codes:
   Type in and enter NYM!UUOK, then after R2-D2 doesn't confirm this, type in
 and enter BLKHLMT! and R2-D2 will then confirm.


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                                Imperial Shuttle
                                  ===========

 In-Game Description:
  The Lamba class shuttle was designed to swiftly transport Imperial
 personal and cargo between starships and various installations across the
 galaxy.  Sienar Fleet Systems built the shuttles to carry up to 20 passengers
 in relative safty protected by standard reinforced hull plating and multiple
 sheild generators.
   The Lamba class is also armed with several laser cannons and equipped
 with a hyperdrive for travel between fleets and systems.  The starship was
 designed for a 4 person crew with two additional positions for communications
 and power regulation.

 Cockpit Description:
   The Imperial Shuttle's cockpit is much like the Millennium Falcon's in that
 it is long and has more space to the right of you.  But unlike the Falcon, 
 the window has no crossbeams.  The control panel is layout out very simply 
 too.  The command cross and radar are on the left and the shield indicator 
 and secondary weapon icon are on the right, and all of them are a decent 
 size.  The panel is full of detail, including buttons, knobs, levers, and 
 anything else you can think of.  Also, if you look to the left, you can watch
 your wings open and close.  All this combines to make a decent cockpit.
 Visiblity: High; A big window with no obstructions make for good visibility.

 Primary Weapon: 4 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 2 Rear Laser Cannons
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer

 Playable Missions: Imperial Acadamy Heist, Triumph of the Empire, Revenge on
                    Yavin

 How to Obtain:
   You must obtain golds in both in Triumph of the Empire and Revenge on
 Yavin.

 Unlock with Codes:
   Type in and enter AJHH!?JY, then after R2-D2 doesn't confirm this, type in
 and enter BUSTOUR and R2-D2 will then confirm.


     +------------------------------------------------------------------+
     +                          OTHER CRAFT                             +
     +------------------------------------------------------------------+


                                  ===========
                               Naboo Starfighter
                                  ===========

 In-Game Description:
   The fast, agile starfighter used by the Naboo Space Fighter Core, the
 N-1, is armed with twin laser cannons and a full compliment of proton
 torpedoes.  However, the vehicle is reserved for rutine patrols and escorting
 the Queen's starship to other worlds.  Designed by Naboo engineers, the N-1
 incorperates many Nubian components, including a Monarc C-4 hyperdrive.  The
 starfighter also utilizes a standard astromech droid to assist with
 navigation and in flight repairs.

 Cockpit Description:
   This cockpit, like the A-Wing, is plain but makes for a great cockpit.  It
 has a full glass dome with no crossbeams that makes for great visiblity.
 Also, the control panel layout is quite nice, but personally, I think they 
 put the wrong things in the wrong places.  Small and up in the center is the
 shield indicator, then there are two big circle gauges that encircle the
 radar, on the left, and the command cross, on the right.  Then very small and
 between the two gauges lies the secondary weapon icon.  Along with this
 unique control layout, the N-1 has a good amount of detail.  Another thing
 that is wierd about this cockpit is that when you turn your head to look at
 the engines, you can't see the blue flames that should be shooting out.  This
 is the only major problem with this cockpit.
 Visiblity: High; A complete glass dome makes for great visibility.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 6 Proton Torpedoes
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Advanced Proton Torpedoes, Homing Proton 
                   Torpedoes

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on
                    Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor, Endurance

 How to Obtain:
   Unlocking the N-1 is quite easy, but it takes time and patience.  To
 unlock it, you need to completely beat the Tatooine Training course in four
 different times: Dawn, Day, Dusk, and Night.  "Beating" the training level
 includes beating all of the races, killing 60 womprats, and completing all
 of the lessons  and finding all of the items. (Discovery and Bonus)
 For more help on this, look at the "Tatooine Traing FAQ."

 Unlock with Codes:
   Type in and enter CDYXF!?Q, then after R2-D2 doesn't confirm this, type in
 and enter ASEPONE! and R2-D2 will then confirm.


                                  ===========
                                    Slave I
                                  ===========

 In-Game Description:
   The personal starship of bounty hunter Boba Fett, Slave I, is a drastically
 altered firespray-class patrol craft.  The starfighter has been rebuilt with
 holding cells, a dedicated tracking system, improved deflector shields, a
 massive hyperdrive engine, and numerous concealed weapons.  The craft is
 unusual because it flies upright with the pilot standing at the vehicles
 controls as Slave I cruises through space at speeds comprable to those of an
 Alliance Y-Wing fighter.

 Cockpit Description:
   This is the area where the Slave I redeems itself a little.  It has a nice
 cockpit.  I has a large window that allow for good visiblity, and its control

 panel layout isnt bad.  The command cross is high and to the left and next to
 that are the small radar and shield indicator.  The secondary weapon icon is
 high and to the right.  One problem with this layout is that the radar is so
 small that its is pratically unusable.  Also, the interior is quite detailed.
 Visiblity: High; Broad window with no obstructions make for good visibility.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 20 Cluster Missiles
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Advanced Cluster Missiles, Homing Cluster 
                   Missiles

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on
                    Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor, Endurance

 How to Obtain:
   This craft can also be a little confusing to unlock. You must have at
 least a silver medals in all 10 normal missions as well as have silver medals
 in Death Star Escape and Astroid Field.

 NOTE: One thing that some people have trouble with is that they sometimes
       unlock Triumph of the Empire before they unlock either Death Star
       Escape and Astroid Field.  So I recommend unlocking those two levels
       first.  But you can unlock Triumph of the Empire first, but that will
       require you to obtain some gold medals to get the points needed to
       unlock the other two levels.

 Unlock with Codes:
   Type in and enter PZ?APBSY, then after R2-D2 doesn't confirm this, type in
 and enter IRONSHIP and R2-D2 will then confirm.


                                  ===========
                                     Buick
                                  ===========

 Description:
   The Buick is a sort of running gag in the Star Wars games that are made by
 Factor 5.  It has been a playable craft in their previous games: Rogue
 Squadron, Battle for Naboo, and now Rogue Leader.  The Buick takes the place
 of the second A-Wing in the hanger, and, as it turns out, it is quite a
 craft.  It has powerful weapons, including Cluster Missles, and it also can
 gain quite a bit of speed by putting its convertable hood up.

 Cockpit Description:
   The cockpit of this Car is easily the best cockpit in the game.  It is full
 of detail, including a steering wheel, rearview mirror, and even a bobing-head
 monkey!  The dash board has all of the intruments the same size and in one big
 line: first the command cross, then the radar, then the shield indicator, and
 lastly the secondary weapon icon.  Another nice feature is the hood that can
 be put up or down depending on if you have the "S-Foils" opened or closed.
 Visiblity: Low; a large steering wheel, bobing-head monkey, and big dash
            board make for poor visiblity

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons

 Secondary Weapon: 20 Cluster Missles
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer, Homing Cluster Missles, Advanced Cluster Missiles

 Playable Missions: Ison Corridor Ambush, Razor Rendezvous, Vengeance on
                    Kothlis, Raid on Bespin, Battle of Endor, Endurance

 How to Obtain:
   You can only obtain the Car by using a code.  Type in and enter !ZUVIEL!,
 then after R2-D2 doesn't confirm this, type in and enter !BENZIN! and R2-D2
 will then confirm.


                                  ===========
                                   Cloud Car
                                  ===========

 Description:
   The Bespin Motors Storm IV twin-pod Cloud Car is an atmospheric vehicle
 that includes both repulsorlift and ion engines.  Like the Skyhopper, the
 Cloud Car has a high flight ceiling that allows it to fly high in Bespin's
 atmosphere.  Cloud City on employs these quick crafts to patrol the
 parameters of the city.

 Cockpit Description:
   The Cloud Car cockpit is another one of those unique cockpits.  It has an
 ugly window but a beatiful control panel.  First of all, the window is boxed
 off with grating in a very ugly fashion.  Also, this makes for poor visiblity.
 But, on the other hand, the control panel is the best one on the game.  In
 the top center is a big gauge that shows the radar.  Then below that are two
 more smaller gauges.  The one to the left is the command cross, and the one
 to the right is the secondary weapon icon.  Then up, to the right, and sort
 of detached from the rest is the shield indicator.  All this plus not too much
 cluter makes for a simple, great control layout.  Also, if you look around
 the Cloud Car cockpit, to the right of you is the other pod (with no guy
 inside), and above you are lots of buttons and knobs.
 Visiblity: Low; A small window and window grating make visibility low.

 Primary Weapon: 2 Laser Cannons (one on each pod)

 Secondary Weapon: None
         Upgrades: Advanced Lasers, Advanced Shields, Advanced Targeting
                   Computer

 Playable Missions: Raid on Bespin

 How to Obtain:
   This craft isn't really "hidden," it's just kinda there.  It's only located
 in Raid on bespin.  There are four platforms on Cloud City that have blue
 rebel insignas above them.  These are the four locations of the Cloud Cars.

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      >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>         STATISTICS         <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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   Every craft in Rogue Leader has a special purpose or things that it is good
 at.  In this section of the FAQ I, with the help of many people in the Rogue
 Leader Message Board (check Credit Section), will be comparing the abilties
 of all of the ships.  The catagories I will be comparing are: Speed, Laser
 Strength, Agility, and Shields.


     +------------------------------------------------------------------+
     +                              SPEED                               +
     +------------------------------------------------------------------+

   By flying set distances with all of the ships and timing the time it takes
 each ship to fly that distance, we are able to see the ratio of speeds
 between all of the ships.  The data is as follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------
Standard Flight:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100               Imperial Shuttle: 60
              A-Wing: 120                        Speeder: 79
              Y-Wing: 77               Millennium Falcon: 153
              B-Wing: 52                     TIE Fighter: 77
           Cloud Car: 120                   TIE Advanced: 88
             Slave I: 62               Naboo Starfighter: 136
      T-16 Skyhopper: N/A


------------------------------------------------------------------
W/ Boosts:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              A-Wing: 153                        Speeder: 100


------------------------------------------------------------------
S-foils Closed:
------------------------------------------------------------------
            X-Wing: 136                 Imperial Shuttle: 98
            B-Wing: 72


                           ==========================
                             F A S T E S T  S H I P
                           ==========================
                             1st) Millennium Falcon
                             2nd) Naboo Starfighter
                             3rd) Cloud Car/A-Wing


     +------------------------------------------------------------------+
     +                          LASER STRENGTH                          +
     +------------------------------------------------------------------+

   By shooting fixed objects in space (Imperial Star Destroyer's shield
 generator) and counting how many linked laser blasts it takes to destroy the
 object or timing how long it takes to destroy it then averaging the data, we
 can determine with ship has the most powerful lasers.  The data is as
 follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------
Linked Lasers:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100               Imperial Shuttle: 180
              A-Wing: 104                        Speeder: 120
              Y-Wing: 96               Millennium Falcon: 218
              B-Wing: 106                    TIE Fighter: 133
           Cloud Car: 100                   TIE Advanced: 150
             Slave I: 104              Naboo Starfighter: 104
      T-16 Skyhopper: N/A

------------------------------------------------------------------
Charged Linked Lasers:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100               Imperial Shuttle: 100
              A-Wing: 52                         Speeder: 52
              Y-Wing: 52               Millennium Falcon: 100
              B-Wing: 76                     TIE Fighter: 144
           Cloud Car: 52                    TIE Advanced: 144
             Slave I: 52               Naboo Starfighter: 52
      T-16 Skyhopper: N/A

------------------------------------------------------------------
Total:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100               Imperial Shuttle: 140 
              A-Wing: 78                         Speeder: 86
              Y-Wing: 74               Millennium Falcon: 156
              B-Wing: 91                     TIE Fighter: 139
           Cloud Car: 76                    TIE Advanced: 147
             Slave I: 78               Naboo Starfighter: 78
      T-16 Skyhopper: N/A




                           ==========================
                       M O S T  P O W E R F U L  L A S E R
                           ==========================
                             1st) Millennium Falcon
                             2nd) TIE Advanced
                             3rd) Imperial Shuttle


     +------------------------------------------------------------------+
     +                             AGILITY                              +
     +------------------------------------------------------------------+

   By timing how long it takes each ship to do a complete 360 degree left
 turn, a complete upward flip, and a complete roll and taking the average of
 each we can figure out which craft is the most agile.  The data is as
 follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------
360 Degree Turn:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100               Imperial Shuttle: 54
              A-Wing: 103                        Speeder: 68
              Y-Wing: 79               Millennium Falcon: 41
              B-Wing: 100                    TIE Fighter: 101
           Cloud Car: 112                   TIE Advanced: 101
             Slave I: 82               Naboo Starfighter: 103
      T-16 Skyhopper: 101

------------------------------------------------------------------
Upward Flip:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100               Imperial Shuttle: 44
              A-Wing: 101                        Speeder: N/A
              Y-Wing: 63               Millennium Falcon: 57
              B-Wing: 83                     TIE Fighter: 146
           Cloud Car: 101                   TIE Advanced: 99
             Slave I: 67               Naboo Starfighter: 120
      T-16 Skyhopper: 99


------------------------------------------------------------------
Roll:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100                Imperial Shuttle: 48
              A-Wing: 133                         Speeder: N/A
              Y-Wing: 100               Millennium Falcon: 57
              B-Wing: 97                      TIE Fighter: 118
           Cloud Car: 141                    TIE Advanced: 99
             Slave I: 60                Naboo Starfighter: 223
      T-16 Skyhopper: 99


------------------------------------------------------------------
Total:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100                Imperial Shuttle: 49
              A-Wing: 112                         Speeder: N/A
              Y-Wing: 81                Millennium Falcon: 52
              B-Wing: 93                      TIE Fighter: 122
           Cloud Car: 121                    TIE Advanced: 100
             Slave I: 70                Naboo Starfighter: 249
      T-16 Skyhopper: 100


                           ==========================
                               M O S T  A G I L E
                           ==========================
                             1st) Naboo Starfighter
                             2nd) TIE Fighter
                             3rd) Cloud Car


     +------------------------------------------------------------------+
     +                            SHIELDS                               +
     +------------------------------------------------------------------+

   OK. This catagory was a little tricky to pull off.  For it, I destroyed
 every TIE and laser cannon so that there was only one laser cannon left.
 I then flew straight into the laser fire counting exactly how many hits it
 took to destroy my fighter.  The hardest part about this was doing it for
 the crafts with droids for repairing.  For those ships, I had to make sure I
 destroyed my craft in one pass, and one pass only.  But after hours of
 practice, I did it, and I hope it payed off!  Also, all the craft in this data
 have the Advanced Shields Upgrade. The data is as follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------
Shield Strength:
------------------------------------------------------------------
              X-Wing: 100               Imperial Shuttle: 91
              A-Wing: 45                         Speeder: 91
              Y-Wing: 318              Millennium Falcon: 241
              B-Wing: 354                    TIE Fighter: 45
           Cloud Car: 50                    TIE Advanced: 91
             Slave I: 91               Naboo Starfighter: 109
      T-16 Skyhopper: N/A


                           ==========================
                         S T R O N G E S T  S H I E L D
                           ==========================
                             1st) B-Wing
                             2nd) Y-Wing
                             3rd) Millennium Falcon




 NOTE: All numbers here are based off of pohsyb's system of "normalizing" 
       the data. They are all ratios relative to the X-Wing.
       Example: X-Wing: 100   A-Wing: 122
                This means the A-Wing is 1.22 times faster than the X-Wing.

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       >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>          RUMORS           <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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   There have been many rumors floating around about "Secret Ships" that
 haven't been unlocked yet but maybe unlockable soon via codes.  I thought I'd
 take the time to explain some of the more popular rumors here in hopes that
 it will clear up some confusion.  The two most popular ideas for secret ships
 are:
  
  Jedi Starfighter:
    The Jedi Starfigher is probably the most popular (and logical) idea for
  a secret ship.  The Jedi Starfighter is a craft that looks remarkably like
  the A-Wing, but unlike the A-Wing, this craft is equipped with an astromech
  droid making this a potentially durable craft.  The reason this craft has a
  good chance of being in the game is because of what happened in the original
  Rogue Squadron.  In Rogue Squadron, after Episode I: The Phantom Menace was
  released, a code to unlock the Naboo Starfigher was soon released.  If Rogue
  Leader is anything like its predecessor, then after the release of
  Episode II: Attack of the Clones there is a good chance a code will be
  released unlocking the Jedi Starfigher.
  
  Conclusion: The film came and went and no codes were released.  The Jedi
              Starfighter is NOT in the game.
  
  TIE Bomber: 
    This craft was also a popular rumor as a secret ship, though it has kind
  of died down lately.  The TIE Bomber is like the Y-Wing in that its secondary
  weapon would be a payload of bombs, but not much else is known about it.
  The reason it became so popular was because in the Empire's hanger, if you
  look up at the center of the ceiling you will be able to see a TIE Bomber
  hanging there.  This sparked the rumor, but this rumor has died down quite a
  bit since its creation.  Many now believe it may have been originally planned
  to be a playable craft in the game, but it was taken out due to time
  constraints.

  Conclusion: Years have passed since the game's release, and no such craft has
              ever been unlocked.  Sorry to get everyone's hopes up.

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       >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>          CREDITS          <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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  Statistics Credit:
      I want to say a very special thanks to all of those who worked in the
    "Official Craft Research Topic" in the Message Board.  A lot of my data
    in the statistics section came from that topic. 
    First, I would like to thank: 
    - ISD Commander for starting the "Official Craft Research Topic"
    - pohsyb for providing the laser stats
    - blueflame for providing some of the agility stats
    Also, I would like to say thank you to: ImaLilPissed, ISD Commander, The
    Jumping JubJub, Polyphenus, Valmont, and rgw.
      Thanks again guys!

  Special Thanks:
      I would like to thank ProtoDude a great deal.  I temporarily deleted
    this FAQ, and he saved me by sending it back to me.  None of this would
    have been possible without him.  THANK YOU!  Also, ProtoDude was also
    making a craft FAQ while I was.

  Thanks to:
    -ImaLilPissed for writing the "Tatoonie Training FAQ" and his
     "Tech Upgrade FAQ" so I could link to them!
    -andrewy 2001 for reminding me how to get the Imperial Shuttle on
     Triumph of the Empire and Revenge on Yavin.
    -VIPER3000, ImaLilPissed, Pablo, and The Dark Llama for pointing out one
     of my many errors.
    -Everyone at the Rogue Leader Message Board for helping with the codes,
     especially LLivingLarge and roquesquadronmaster.
    -The Game Master for pointing out a mistake in the Millennium Falcon 
     section.
    -Tiree for pointing out a mistake in the Speeder Section.
    -Colin Krause and Jacob Rekoon for informing me about the Buick code.
    -ImaLilPissed for pointing out several stupid mistakes in the Buick
     Section.

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       >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>           LEGAL           <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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 This document Copyright 2002 Jon Parise (RogueLeader2)
 Please don't plagiarize me, if you want to use my work, just ask, I'll most
 likely let you!