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                       Star Wars: The Clone Wars Multi-Player Guide
                                     By: Warwolf
                              E-Mail: FX4@operamail.com
                              System: Nintendo Gamecube
    1. Version
    2. Introduction
    3. Controls
    4. Multi-Player
    5. Academy
    6. Duel
    7. Conquest
    8. Control Zone
    9. Secrets
    11.Legal Stuff
       05/01/03 0.60 - I've completed mostly everything except Control Zone, 1 duel 
    map, and points for a couple enemies when you destroy them. (In Academies)
       05/09/03 0.61 - I completed the scores for killing enemies in MP Academies
       Hey everyone, welcome to my Star Wars: The Clone Wars Multi-Payer Guide for
    the GCN. (Nintendo Gamecube) I'm a huge Star Wars Fan, I've played almost every 
    Star Wars Game out there, and have/seen all of the movies so far. This is my 
    first guide/FAQ so if things aren't in a normal place it's ok..for now. And I'm 
    Not good at making Notepad Logos so I didn't include one. Please note that this 
    is for Multi-Player Only.
    If you have questions that involve this game e-mail me at: FX4@operamail.com
    Please put the subject in the message as the Games name then question or 
    something. Just as long as you have the name of the game in the subject line.
    You can also give me some feedback on this too. =)
        Here's a list of the basic controls for each vehicle/Jedi you can use.
      TX-130 S Fighter Tank (Republic Landmaster Tank) and Ground Armored 
    Tank (Trade Federation Tank) 
       L = Strafe Left
       R = Strafe Right
       Z = Zoom
       A = Fire Lasers
       B = Fire Missiles
       Y = Boost
       X = Change View (3rd Person to 1st Person)
       C-Stick = Free Look 
       Analog Stick = Move
      AT-XT Assault Walker
       L = Turn Cockpit to the Left
       R = Turn Cockpit to the Right
       Z = Zoom
       A = Fire Lasers
       B = Fire Mortar Shells 
       Y = Put Up Temporary Shield
       X = Change View
       C-Stick = Free Look
       Analog Stick = Move
      Hailfire Droid (Vehicle with two wheels)
       L = Nothing
       R = Nothing
       Z = Zoom
       A = Fire Lasers 
       B = Fire Missiles
       Y = Boost
       X = Change View
       C-Stick = Free Look
       Analog Stick = Move
      Armored Assault Tank (Mortar Tank)
       L = Strafe Left
       R = Strafe Right
       Z = Zoom
       A = Fire Lasers
       B = Fire Mortar Gun (Must be held in 'till it charges up)
       Y = Nothing
       X = Change View
       C-Stick = Free Look
       Analog Stick = Move
      Jedi/Infantry (In Geonosis Academy)
       L = Nothing
       R = Nothing
       Z = Nothing
       A = Slash/Shoot
       B = Throw Saber (For Jedi)
       Y = Force Push (For Jedi)
       X = Nothing
       C-Stick = Zoom In/Zoom Out
       Analog Stick = Move
      Multi-Player is one of the best things made in games, in this game there are
    four different scenerios to choose from which are: Academy, Duel, Conquest, 
    and Control Zone. Though there aren't any bots to fight it's still pretty fun.
    (Especially with skilled pilots fighting you if you're skilled that is) I 
    divided each of the multi-player scenerios into sections and the maps you can
    choose from in them. Oh and of course scoring.
      The Academy Scenerio is for players to fight together against various enemies
    from Single-Player. There are two maps to choose from in it, Thule and Geonosis.
    Geonosis must be unlocked by completing 20 Bonus Objectives. 
     Thule - This is a small map for vehicles but there is but one place to hide 
    from big, and strong enemies like Dark Acolytes. It also contains Super 
    Blasters. To get there go to the rock in the middle and look at the wall 
    between two of the four enemy hangars. You should see a hole in it boost up in
    it to find the Super Blasters. Health and Ammo appear throughout your progress.
     The sad part is you can only pilot the Republic Vehicles. 
    There are little circular things that are seen floating around the map, here's 
    the points for them.
       Yellow = 25 Points
       Orange = 40 Points
       Purple = 60 Points
       Blue = 100 Points
    The enemies also give you points (of course) and when they appear. 
    Here's their list.
    STAP: 10 points - First appear in Wave 1
    Ground Armored Tank: 25 points - First appear in Wave 1
    Mortar Tanks: 40 points - First appear in Wave 5
    HailFire: 30 points - First appear in Wave 7
    CAD: 50 points - First appear in Wave 7
    Homing Spider Droid: 60 points - First appear in Wave 10
    Heavy Mortar Tanks: 45 points - First appear in Wave 13
    Dark Acolyte: 100 points - First appear in Wave 16
    Protodeka: 175 points - First appear in Wave 19
    Dreadnought: 250 points - First appear in Wave 20 (Final Wave)
     Geonosis - The map for this is almost exactly like the Geonosis Arena in the 
    movie Attack of the Clones.  Most codes for the game are for this very arena.
    When Playing by yourself you get up to three buddies depending on who you are.
    In the Character Selection Screen there's a lot of people to choose from, which
    are Anakin, Obi-Wan, Mace Windu, Unnamed Jedi, Yoda, (after comleting 45 bonus
    objectives) Battle Droid, Super Battle Droid, Wookie, Padme, Clone Trooper, 
    and Most likely Jango Fett, Count Dooku. Enemies also give points in this too.
    Geonosians: 5 points - They first appear in Wave 1
    Battle Droids: 10 points - First appear in Wave 4
    Super Battle Droids: 15 points - First appear in Wave 8
    Dwarf Spider Droids: 20 points - First appear in Wave 15
    Now if fighting by yourself and you want to complete it always choose the
    Unnamed Jedi. This way you'll start off with Mace, Anakin, and Obi-Wan with 
    you at the start, and Padme will come for round three then leave in round four  
    or five. (Usually four) In round 6 three Clone Troopers also come to your aid.
    Same as on Thule, throughout the match you get health, but in this they're 
    harder to find and are only 1/4 health items too.
         Duel is for 2-4 People, and is head to head combat with your friends.
    You can choose from 5 different vehicles: Republic Landmaster Tank, Trade
    Federation Tank, AT-XT, Mortar Tank, and Hailfire Droid. But where's my 
    Dark Acolyte at?! Now why wouldn't they include this? Or did they?
    My guess is no, but lets not go into that and stay in the category. You'll
    find Health, Ammo, Super Blasters, and Distinegration Field, in every 
    map, but the invincibility and Cloaking are in all but one. Out of all the 
    Scenerios  there are I (for some odd reason) play this the most.  
      Kashyyyk - This area is a fairly open place with trees everywhere.
    There are hills to snipe from, back passages to hide in and wait for your 
    enemies, but there is no cloaking in this map..but there's invincibility and
    the distinegration field here. Which doesn't make much sense but ok.
      Rhen Var - This is another small area with a lot of buildings to boost up on.
    This map has two main parts and a path leading to each one. In one part 
    there's buildings everywhere, and in the other is what looks like destroyed
    bridges. The part with the bridges makes nice sniping places since there's a 
    lot of hills. In the path leading to each part there are two places you can get 
    up to. One on each side. Boost up either of them to reach two more sniping 
    spots. There is everything but Invincibility in this map.
      Thule - This map is a somewhat maze. The lower level is a valley that can 
    either go up to higher levels, or stay down but get on a pathway just
    above the main valley. There's also a ramp that leads up to the center pillar.
    It contains Ammo, Health, and Super Blasters. If your facing the center pillar
    and turn left you will go up a ramp to health. Go up another Ramp to come to 
    two paths, one on the left, one on the right. The on on the left leads to 
    Invincibility, the one on the right leads further up the mountain. I'll Finish 
    the rest of the map soon.
      Geonosis - This is a long curved valley, at one end there's health and a
    distinegratin field, in the next area there's some ammo and a bunch of pointy
    pillars. The next area is just an open path leading to the other side of the
    map. All through the curved area are little openings on the side of the walls
    with health in them. When you reach the other side you'll find a ramp leading
    to ammo, the upper levels, and a strange rock with two items on it. The upper 
    levels go all through the curved valley using rock bridges. When you get to 
    the upper levels the way I explained you'll see a rock bridge and a pathway.
    If you take the pathway you'll find ammo in a hole in the side. (Careful,
    AT-XT's tend to get stuck in there.) keep going and you'll see more 
    bridges and you'll reach the pointy spike area. You'll see a rock with
    two spikes sticking up. Go near the wall behind it and you'll see a 
    ramp go on it and boost over the hole. keep going to reach an Invincibility
    and you'll see a small ramp boost over it just enough and you should be
    right on top of the rock. (Yes I was the one who solved this mystery and 
    another too) Now if you take the bridge this time and keep going you should 
    come to a point where you will start going back the way you came. (On the 
    other side of the valley though) Instead of going around and around do a 180 
    and you'll see yet another ramp. Go up to find Super Blasters and Ammo.
    (My Favorite Sniping Spot) This map has every item.
      Raxus - This is personally on of my favorite maps in all Multi-Player.
    If you know all the secrets (which I will tell you)  It has at least 35
    items. First secret (which really isn't) is the forcefield. You see a huge 
    area beyond it, and a couple items and you don't think you can get there
    right? Wrong. Simply blast the forcefield until it explodes. (It helps 
    to hit the things that are half on it, half on the wall. Go through
    and straight to find a dead end valley. To the left of the valley is
    a distinegration field, Go to the right and keep turning 'till you
    see a valley with scrap everywhere, you'll see a ramp down it.
    Boost (or strafe with the Mortar Tank) over it to find Health, Ammo,
    and 3 cloakings. There's a ramp that leads back out so take it. 
    Go back through the forcefield and down through the hallway of
    buildings (which contain cloaking, super blasters, ammo, and health)
    You'll come to a crashed techno union ship? to find ammo in it cloaking to
    the side, health around where the back/bottom of the ship is, and a ramp
    to boost up onto a bridge to snipe people from. Now if your heading back
    into the city turn left before entering. You should (of couse) come to a 
    wall. Shoot it untill it blows to find health, and 2 superblasters.
    (My second solved mystery to help people) Now by the forcefield instead
    of going out turn either left or right. Left will take you to cloaking
    right to health.
       Conquest is a scenerio that acts like a mini war. (In my opinion) It's best
    played with four people, but two is fine as well. You will have to choose from 
    two teams to be on, Red, or Blue. On the Red team you can pilot the Trade 
    Federation Tank, and the Mortar Tank. On Blue the AT-XT, and Republic 
    Landmaster Tank. In each map there are two HQs. One for red, one for blue. 
    There are also 6-9 Outposts throughout the map. (This is where having four 
    players makes it better) There are two outposts by each HQ and four scattered
    through the map. To obtain an outpost you must go inside the white circle and
    stay there untill four turrets are completed. (You can have an outpost with 
    just one turret but all four allows bots to be made) Once the fourth turret is
    constructed you can leave. This allows bots to be made while your not in it. 
    The object of the game is to destroy the other player(s) HQ. It really 
    doesn't matter if you destroy all their outposts the main target is the HQ.
    The outposts just make the game more exciting. With 4 players the game
    seems to last a bit shorter then with two, but it still can break ten minutes
    easily but that's only with 4 skilled pilots of course. If there's just one 
    skilled pilot then he'll just wipe out the HQ without touching an outpost
    while the other 3 players go make outposts, he'll be blasting their base.
    Here's the maps.
       Geonosis - This is a somewhat small map with health, ammo, cloaking and 
    invincibility. There are only six outposts in this map. Each HQ is at the
    opposite end of the map. (Ya think) There are only three main sections, two
    bridges on the higher levels, two pathways on the higher levels, and a place
    with nothing in it, but can still be used to snipe the red base. If on the 
    blue team you'll find two ouposts by your HQ, and two in the middle section 
    of the map, and the two at red base. In the middle section if you go to the 
    corner of an outpost and face slightly toward blue you'll see a ramp which 
    either leads to cloaking or invincibility. If cloaking you should come to
    red base. (a perfect spot for cloaking to be) You can also boost across the
    rock bridge to find the sniping spot I mentioned before. The middle section 
    also has pointed pillars to hide behind and ambush an enemy. 
       Kashyyyk - This map is huge, it has two ravines, four bridges, 8 outposts,
    health, and ammo. Each base has two outposts, and a boulder to hide behind 
    while defending the base. There are two side paths from each base that lead 
    to two outposts, one on each path. Before each ravine there's one outpost.
    There's also paths in the first ravine for blue, second for red which lead up
    to the two outposts.
       Thule Moon - This map is complexed. It has many pathways leading to 
    different places. It contains ammo, and health. There's 8 outposts.
     At each base there's two outposts, and a cliff right behind the HQ. 
    There's an outpost just outside the teams base area. Here's where it 
    gets complexed, the areas aren't mirrored in this map, only the first
    three outposts. If on the blue team after the third outpost you can 
    either go to the left, right, or two ammo boxes. To get to the ammo 
    boxes go right but do not cross the bridge. Instead go left of the bridge. 
    You should see the the rock goes up a little. (Like a ramp) Go on it and 
    you'll see a pathway. Go onto the pathway and keep going to reach the 
    ammo boxes. If you go right after the third oupost you'll find a bridge. 
    Take it to another outpost, then keep going to find a second outpost and 
    a bridge. Take the bridge to an area with two boulders. Keep going to find 
    an outpost right outside of red base. If you took the left after the third 
    outpost you should find two bridges with a 1/4 health on one. Take one of 
    them to red's third outpost. I think you guys can figure out red 
    until I get a walkthrough for it. I don't think it's needed but I'll make 
    one anyway.
       Rhen Var - Another big map. The ice planet has cloaking, invincibility,
    ammo, and health. There's also ice walls leading to each base. Either going
    straight, or taking one of the side roads. There's a huge nine outposts in 
    this map. Four at each HQ, and one through the main road leading to the 
    other base. If on blue there are three ways to go. (Same with red) Either
    up the middle or to the sides, each one leads to the other base. However,
    there are more ice walls to blow up in the side passages then in the main
    passage. If on blue go to the walls right before the ice wall, you should
    find a ramp on both sides, boost up either of them to find ammo. Go to the 
    first ice wall on the main passage. Blow it up to find an outpost, and 
    another ice wall. To the left of where you came you'll see to openings.
    The one closest to you leads to the side passage. the other the same, but 
    has invincibility. If you go right of the outpost you'll see a hole, and a 
    small valley like the one on the left. Boost up in the hole to find cloaking
    and the valley leads to the side passage on the right. The next ice wall 
    leads to red base. Again I don't think you'll need a red team walkthrough,
    but I'll make one.
    ****************************8.CONTROL ZONE*************************************
      Control Zone is the King of the Hill scenerio in this game. The maps are 
    small, the items are close together, and the hill is big. This is my least 
    played scenerio in the game, but there are some who play it quite often. 
    Basically you have to stay in "The Hill" until you reach the amount of points 
    needed to win, or the time limit runs up. If two or more players are in the
    the hill, the hill boundry circle turns white. If one player is in the hill
    the hill boundry circle turns to their team color. Very simple to learn.
        Raxus - The zone is on a hill in the center of the map. There are four
    1/4 health packs that are hidden in alcoves where you could get trapped in.
    There's A bridge in the zone that leads to Super Blasters. (If you boost up 
    it) There's also Super Blasters and ammo in the far corner. There's two
    bunker-like things as well. One contains invincibility, the other with the
    distinegration field.
    I'm real sorry for not completing this yet, but I will soon.
    There are many secrets found in the game. Most probably haven't even been 
    thought of yet, but anyway here's the secrets I know of. Please Note that
    these are only multi-player cheats.
    First I've seen a lot of people who don't know how to get in two places in MP,
    one in Raxus Duel, the other in Geonosis Duel. So I've took a bit to figure 
    these out.
    First For the Geonosis one -
    To get on top of the rock with the Disintegration Field and Cloaking Device, 
    go to the place where there are pointy spikes everywhere. Turn left onto the 
    upper levels (turn left if facing the rock, right if not) then search around 
    that little area (without leaving the pillars' area). You will see a ramp. 
    Go up it then keep going until you see a hole. Boost over the hole and hold L 
    slightly. You should be on the other side. Keep going to get to an 
    invincibility item. You will see a ramp in front of the invincibility item, 
    Boost long enough over it and you should end up on the rock. 
    Now for Raxus Prime -
    When playing in this level you may have noticed that there's Super Blasters
    behind a wall (there's also health but you can see only the Super Blasters)
    Go to the place where there's a crashed Techno Union Ship. It's on the
    opposite side of the forcefield. So say the Forcefield's North, where the
    Techno Union ship is is South. Start heading through the town towards the
    forcefield, then before enter the city turn left to see a wall. Blow the wall
    up to reach the area.
    Raxus Prime Forcefield -
    It's easy to figure this out, blast the forcefield's sides to destroy it.
    Now for the Codes. (I trust you can find the screen to type them in)
    Multi-Player Level Select - FRAGFIESTA
    Invincibility - 1WITHFORCE (Also works in Single Player)
    Unlimited Seconary Ammunition - CHOSEN1 (Also works in Single Player)
    These codes are for Geonosis Academy.
    Padme Unlocked - CORDE
    Battle Droid Unlocked - ROGERROGER
    Super Battldroid Unlocked - WAT TAMBOR
    Wookie Unlocked - FUZZBALL
    Clone Trooper Unlocked - FAKE FETT
    www.vgstrategies.about.com, and www.cheatcc.com for the codes.
    Lucasarts, and Pandemic for creating this game. 
    ******************************11.LEGAL STUFF***********************************
    This FAQ was intended for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and was made only by me, 
    Warwolf in my spare time. You may not take any information as your own, nor 
    post this FAQ anywhere without my permission. You may not change anything in 
    this FAQ either. Only Gamefaqs.com, and vgstrategies.about.com may have this 
    FAQ. You may however post a link to this FAQ.
    Tips for piloting coming soon. 

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