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    WWF Smackdown! Weapons FAQ
    Sony Playstation
    Version 1.0 - March 8, 2000
    E-Mail: blink-182@sonicice.net
    				[WWF Smackdown! Weapons FAQ]
    This is basically just a weapons FAQ. It will tell you some weapons cheats, 
    what weapons are in the game, and where you can find them at. Do not take 
    this FAQ without direct permission from myself. I am only giving this site 
    to gamefaqs.com right now, so if you do want to put this FAQ on your page, 
    e-mail me about it. Do not, however, put your name on this FAQ and publish 
    it as your own.
    ***Table of Contents***
    1. Latest Updates
    2. Introduction
    3. Weapons In The Game
    4. Weapon Cheats
    5. Where To Find Weapons
    - Version 1.0 (March 8, 2000)-
      *Added Introduction section
      *Added Weapons In The Game section
      *Added Weapon Cheats section
      *Added Where To Find Weapons section
    WWF Smackdown! is the fifth WWF game for the Playstation. Smackdown! is a 
    big step up from WWF Attitude, mainly because THQ produced it instead of 
    Acclaim. Smackdown!'s loading time is great too. It doesn't take much time 
    to load a game, no matter what mode it is in. There are a lot more matches 
    in Smackdown! than the other WWF games. The modes are, Season, Pre-Season 
    (for created wrestlers), I-Quit, Steel Cage, Falls-Count-Anywhere, 
    Hardcore, Handicap (2 or 3 on 1), 3 way dance, 4 way dance, Royal Rumble, 
    Battle Royal, 1 on 1 (with or without managers, and you choose the 
    managers), and Special Referee. Special Referee mode is one of the best in 
    the game. You can play as the referee in a CPU vs. CPU match, or play as it 
    if your friend is in the match. You can choose whether or not to count as 
    well. Or you can do a fast count or slow count. In the Hardcore or Falls-
    Count-Anywhere match you can fight in the back, on the stage, or anywhere 
    at all. The rooms that you can fight in the back are, the boiler room, the 
    stage, the back halls, the kitchen, or the garage. In the I-Quit match, 
    it's a lot different than other games. There is actually a microphone in 
    the set that you are fighting in, where the way to make them say "I-Quit" 
    is take the microphone and press circle by their body. You will stick the 
    microphone by their face and they will either quit or keep fighting, it's 
    the CPU's choice. Although the Create-A-Player mode is kind of weak, the 
    other modes make up for it. In Create-A-Player mode, when you first start 
    out, you can't pick many moves at all, you have to earn them. But one of 
    the other modes that you can pick that makes up for it, is the title 
    system. Instead of winning titles in season mode, you can pick an 
    Exhibition mode and choose to defend a title or not. But the ranking system 
    is what determines if you can go for a title or not.
    Black Chair
    Piped Chair
    Wood Stick
    Kendo Stick
    Title Belt
    Iron Pipe
    Grocery Cart
    Ring Bell
    Bell Hammer
    Fire Extinguisher
    Trash Can
    Soda Can
    Warning Cone
    Loading Cart
    - Ring Area -
      *Press R1 by the ring apron, outside of the ring, while holding a weapon, 
    to exchange your    weapon with another
    - Kitchen -
      *Toss your opponent into the fryer to burn him with fire
      *Toss your opponent into the sink to splash him with water
    - Boiler Room -
      *Toss your opponent into the steam machines to have steam hit your 
    - Garage -
      *Toss your opponent into the parked cars to have the cars blink their 
    lights at your opponent
    - Stage -
      *Toss your opponent into the curtains on the ramp, not in the entrance 
    way, to get a chair
      *Toss your opponent into the steel poles to get a iron pipe
      *Toss your opponent into the side curtains in the entrance way to get a 
    title belt
    - Hallway -
      *Toss your opponent into the soda machine to get a soda can out
    - Garage -
      *Toss your opponent into the green truck nearest to the hallway entrance 
    to get a wood stick
      *Toss your opponent into the ambulance to get a stretcher
      *Toss your opponent into the fire extinguisher case to get a fire 
      *Toss your opponent into the white boxes on the left side to get an urn
    - Kitchen -
      *Toss your opponent into the watermelon case to get a watermelon
      *Toss your opponent into the rack of plates to get a plate
    - Boiler Room -
      *Toss your opponent into the top left corner of the cage type wall to get 
    a barrel
      *Toss your opponent into the bottom of the screen wall to get an iron 
    This FAQ is copyright (2000) by Flame. This FAQ is meant to be only 
    published and used on GameFaqs only. If you would like to use this FAQ on 
    your page, with proper credit to myself, please e-mail me at: blink-

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