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                 Enemies, & Items Locations for Metal Arms: Glitch in the System
                 Xbox, Version 1.11, complete, 01/17/04, By doninss (Donald Wood)
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     Enemies, Items
    
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     This FAQ lists, by level, the Enemies Encountered, New Weapons & their
     locations, Upgrade/EUKs & their locations, Batteries & their locations,
     Power-ups & their locations, and Special Secondary Weapons & their locations.
     All levels are covered, but things may have been missed.
    
     *Gold Washers may be added later.*
    
     These lists are meant to provide only occurrences of enemies, and occurrences &
     locations of items. For descriptions, see Mike McDevitt's (pikmario's)
     Items/Weapons/Enemies FAQ at <www.gamefaqs.com>. I suggest reading his FAQ,
     Items/Weapons/Enemies are described in detail. I use (for the most part) the
     same nomenclature presented in his FAQ.
    
     A note on saves: Saves are at level beginning. And there is only one game-save
     per profile. You can NOT replay a level for anything other than secret chips.
     If you have a mem card, you can use it to store multiple saves (use different
     profile names). You will have to transfer a save after every level (by exiting
     the game). I strongly recommend this if you have a mem card! AGAIN, when you
     finish a level there is NO GOING BACK to improve your ammo, or washer
     situation without a mem card backup.
    
     If you spot any errors, or have any suggestions, please contact me at
     doninss@yahoo.com Include "Metal Arms" in the subject line. Any changes made
     due to feed-back will be credited, of course.
    
    
    
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     These are what I found, listed by level. I almost certainly I missed some. I
     did not find a Level 3 Scatter Blaster or Ripper EUK (but did find three
     Rocket Launcher EUKs, Level 4?) Any help would be appreciated (and duly
     credited, of course).
    
     Types of enemies encountered in the level are listed (for Grunts, the type of
     weapon carried is listed in parentheses).
    
     Also listed are New Primary Weapons, Upgrades/EUKs, and Batteries. As are are
     Special Secondary Weapons (Recruiter Grenades, EMP Grenades, Cleaner-paks,
     Magma Bombs), and power-ups (Morbot Shield, Fleet-Foot, Spring-Foot artifacts,
     and the Mil Fire-buddy).
    
     ***EUKs found in the field _may_ appear as ammo, if the weapon already has an
     upgraded. I haven't nailed down the upgrade system yet. I have seen EUKs appear
     as ammo after purchasing a level 2 EUK before-hand (Scatter Blaster, Mining
     Laser, Tether). On the other hand, I've seen an EUK work as a Level 2 and Level
     3 EUK (Ripper). Any feed-back regarding the upgrade system would also be
     appreciated.***
    
     The primary weapons offered by the Barter Droids (Scatter Blaster, Rocket
     Launcher) will be found later in the game for free. (They will be found soon
     after they are offered. They may even be in the game before they are offered. )
     IMO, it's better to save your washers for upgrades, ammo, and special secondary
     weapons.
    
     All of the upgrades except for the Level 3 Scatter Blaster and Ripper can also
     be found. (These two may also be there, but I did not find them.) Upgrade
     prices will drop (drastically in some cases) as the game progresses. For the
     most part, once an upgrade is offered by the Barter Droids, it will be continue
     to be offered until you buy it, or can not use it. (I will only list the _first
     occurences_ of the primary weapons and for-purchase EUKs. So you may see more
     than listed when you visit the Barter Droids.) When a weapon is maxed out (see
     the "Items/Weapons/Enemies FAQ" mentioned above) EUKs for it will appear as
     weapons in the field, and will no longer be offered by the Barter Droids.
    
     It can be beneficial to have the upgrades earlier, but it's also nice to have
     plenty of washers for secondary weapons (expensive), ammo, and health. (Health
     and ammo can be a major factor on NoS diff setting. And the perceived
     difficulty can be affected considerably by secondary weapons.) There are quite
     a few washers to be found in the game, though. I would guess somewhere near
     1500. (Washers are dropped by some enemies, and some shootable inanimate
     objects. Gold washers can also be found loose.)
    
     Ammo (weapons), Energy, and secondary weapons may be dropped by enemies. What
     is dropped varies somewhat by level. _In general_, Grunts will drop primarily
     what Grunts are using for weapons in the level (including secondary weapons).
     Titans will generally drop Rocket Launchers, or SPEWs. Guards, Scientists, and
     Troopers will tend to drop EMP Grenades, and Cleaner-paks. ZombieBots tend
     toward Scatter Blasters. Recruiter Grenades are rarely dropped. Energy is
     commonly dropped by all enemies (and some inanimate objects).
    
     I mention the most commomly dropped ammo, and try to give locations of the
     rarer ammo. (Keep in mind that Rivet Gun and Scatter Blaster ammo fills a
     weapon, but Rockets come in paks of four. So even if Rockets are listed as
     frequently dropped, you may actually get more kills out of a rarer ammo in a
     level.)
    
    
     Level 1 - Droid Mines: Hero Training
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     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Laser).
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
     Entering the hole where you free the trapped miners will net an energy item,
     and respawn the coring-charges.
    
    
     Level 2 - Mil Mines: Do Ore Die
    +-------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Laser, SPEW), Leeches.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: Yes.
     New Primary Weapons: Ripper, SPEW.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Fire-Buddy.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
     The Ripper is impossible to miss. The Battery, and SPEW are in the ducts above
     the first rooms. (The ducts can be accessed by shooting out the vent openings
     in the lava room, or the room with the raised walk-ways.) The Fire-Buddy
     power-up is in a crate in the hall that leads to the room with the prisoners.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as SPEW ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or
     easily found. Ripper ammo is recurring where the Ripper is found.
    
    
     Level 3 - Mil Mines: Seal the mines
    +-----------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Laser, SPEW), Loader Grunts, Snarqs.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: Rivet Gun, Scatter Blaster (purchase),
     Rocket Launcher (purchase).
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 2 SPEW (purchase).
     Power-ups: Fire-Buddy, Shield, Fleet-Foot.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
     The Shield (Invulnerability) power-up is in a crate near the loader (hover-
     craft). The Rivet Gun is in a crate on the edge of the first lake. The Scatter
     Blaster, and Rocket Launcher are available for purchase from the Barter Droids.
     A Fire-Buddy power-up, and the Fleet-Foot power-up are in a crate as you enter
     the room where the long metal ingots are hanging from cables.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as SPEW ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or
     easily found. Ammo for all weapons carried can be purchased from the Barter
     Droids.
    
    
     Level 4 - Droid Town: Clean Up
    +------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (SPEW), Loader Grunts, Elite Guard (mini-Boss).
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: Yes.
     New Primary Weapons: Rocket-Launcher.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Fire-Buddies (2), Shields (2).
     Special Secondary Weapons: Cleaner-paks (2), Cleaner-paks (purchase).
    
     The first Cleaner-pak is in an alcove above the first area (use the pair of
     jump-boosters near the tunnel opening to get to it). The Rocket-Launchers are
     in an alcove above the second area (turn left out of the tunnel, behind the
     black rocks to the rear of the tunnel opening is a jump-booster).
    
     The Shield power-up is on a roof at the end of the zip-line from the Rocket-
     Launcher alcove. Another Cleaner-pak is at the end of one of the elevated
     passage-ways in the second area. The Battery is at the end of the tunnel to the
     last area.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as SPEW ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or
     easily found. Coring Charges and ammo for all weapons carried can be purchased
     from the Barter Droids.
    
    
     Level 5 - Wastelands: Wasteland Thunder
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     Enemies Encountered: RAT Grunts, Aerial Patrols.
     Barter Droids: N/A.
     Battery: N/A.
     New Primary Weapons: N/A.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: N/A.
     Power-ups: N/A.
     Special Secondary Weapons: N/A.
    
    
     Level 6 - Wastelands: They live
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     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (SPEW, Rocket Launcher, Rivet Gun), ZombieBots.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: Scatter Blaster.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Scope, Magma Bombs (2).
    
    
     The Scope will be under a small bridge (dry underneath) a short ways ahead. The
     Magma Bombs are in the room near where the potentially friendly ZombieBots are
     "hanging out". *The first Scatter Blaster (there are many) is just across the
     bridge you start the level on.*
    
     There is a mega-energy in the large room just past the dry bridge (alcove above
     the big nut).
    
     Coring Charges, as well as SPEW, Rocket Launcher, and Scatter Blaster ammo are
     frequently dropped by enemies, or easily found. Rivet Gun, and Ripper ammo are
     sparse in the beginning, but become more abundant in the second part of the
     level.
    
    
     Level 7 - Wastelands: Wastelands Journey
    +----------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rocket Launcher, SPEW), ZombieBots.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: Slingshot.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 2 Rocket Launcher (purchase), Level 2 Scatter-
     Blaster (purchase), Level 2 Ripper (purchase), Level 2 Mining Laser (purchase).
     Power-ups: Fire-Buddy, Shield.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Cleaner-paks (purchase), Level 1 Scope (purchase).
    
     The Slingshot is in the tunnel to the right just as you start the level (a
     ZombieBot is in there as well). The Fire-Buddy and Shield power-ups are under
     the ramp to the door where the Barter-Droids are.
    
     There is Scatter Blaster ammo behind the pipe the valve is on. There is also
     Scatter Blaster ammo behind the pile of scrap to the right of the door that
     leads to Mozer (outside).
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by
     enemies, or easily found. Coring Charges and ammo for all weapons carried can
     be purchased from the Barter Droids.
    
    
     Level 8 - Wastelands: Mozer Schmozer
    +------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (SPEW, Rocket Launcher), Turret Grunts,
     RAT Grunts, ZombieBots.
     Barter Droids: N/A.
     Battery: N/A.
     New Primary Weapons: N/A.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: N/A.
     Power-ups: N/A.
     Special Secondary Weapons: N/A.
    
    
     Level 9 - Wastelands: ZombieBot King
    +------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: ZombieBot King, ZombieBots.
     Barter Droids: N/A.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: N/A.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: N/A.
     Power-ups: Fleet-Foot.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
     The Fleet-Foot Power-up is in the covered hole nearest to where you begin the
     level. (Get Kingie to drag his spiked ball across the cover.) It is recurring.
    
     Very near that hole is a vertical pipe with two bends. There is a mega-energy
     that will fall if he hits near it with the spiked ball. Another covered hole
     also has mega-energy.
    
     SPEW, Rocket Launcher, Scatter Blaster, and Rivet Gun ammo are all recurring.
    
    
     Level 10 - Mil Comm Center: Into the Trenches
    +---------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (SPEW, Rocket Launcher, Rivet Gun), Turret Grunts,
     Titans, Scouts, Sentries.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 2 Rivet Gun, Level 2 Rocket Launcher EUK.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: EMP Grenades (3), Cleaner-pak.
    
     You start the level with Moser's Level 2 Rivet Gun. The first EMP Grenade is
     behind a big rock after you jump up out of the trenches. The Rocket Launcher
     EUK is in the trench section that is blocked by rocks. (You can drop down to it
     from above, between the turret and where you find the EMP Grenade, or blow the
     rocks with a Coring Charge.) The Cleaner-pak is along the left wall, in the
     open area that the first tower is in (second open area). The second EMP Grenade
     is in an alcove in the wall near the second tower. The third EMP Grenade is in
     the bunker with ramps, in the last area.
    
     There is Scatter Blaster ammo in the first side room after, riding the first
     elevator down to the tunnels. (Trigger the first alarm (Scout) or press the red
     switch yourself. You will have to battle the Grunts that come out.) There is
     mega-energy on top of the second tower. When you leave the tunnels, and move
     onto the catwalk above the last area, one of the Grunts should have a Scatter
     Blaster. There is Scatter Blaster ammo in the bunker below the zip-line, in the
     last area.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rivet Gun, and SPEW ammo are frequently dropped by
     enemies, or easily found. Rocket Launcher ammo less so, but it is there.
    
    
     Level 11 - Mil Comm Center: Infiltrate the Compound
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     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW), Turret Grunts,
     Titans, Scouts.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 2 SPEW EUK, Level 2 Mining Laser EUK,
     Level 2 Rocket Launcher EUK, Level 2 Scope Upgrade (or Level 1 Scope).
     Power-ups: Shield.
     Special Secondary Weapons: EMP Grenades (2).
    
     The Spew EUK, and an EMP Grenade are outside the compound, behind a little
     mesa, near the corner farthest from the door, opposite where you start. The
     Level 2 Scope is a gift from one of the prisoners you free. The Mining Laser
     EUK is in the large assault transport over the fence near where you blow up the
     generators. (Get to it by jumping up to the opening above the generators (where
     the Grunt was firing Rivets from above) from the roof of the building.
    
     The Rocket Launcher EUK is in a corner to the left of the sunken garage near
     the end of the level. The Shield power-up is in a crate in a corner to the
     right, just inside the compound. There is another EMP Grenade in a crate near
     the Mining laser EUK.
    
     There is Rivet Gun ammo at the left end of the compound wall (outside). There
     is Scatter Blaster ammo in crates in most of the sections of the level.
    
     Rocket Launcher, and SPEW ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or easily
     found.
    
    
     Level 12 - Mil Comm Center: Destroy Comm Arrays
    +-----------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rocket Launcher, SPEW), Turret Grunts,
     Tank Grunts, Titans, Snarqs.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 2 Scatter Blaster EUK, Level 3 SPEW EUK (purchase),
     Level 3 Rocket Launcher EUK (purchase).
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: EMP Grenade, Cleaner-pak, Magma Bomb (purchase),
     Recruiter Grenade (purchase), Cleaner-pak (purchase).
    
     The Scatter Blaster EUK is to the side of the second assault transport. The
     EMP Grenade is in a crate just outside the first door. There is a Cleaner-pak
     in the sunken bunker.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rocket Launcher, SPEW, Rivet Gun ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies, or easily found. Coring Charges and ammo for all weapons
     carried can be purchased from the Barter Droids.
    
    
     Level 13 - Mil Comm Center: Hold Your Ground
    +--------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: RAT Grunts, Predators. (Targets.)
     Barter Droids: N/A.
     Battery: N/A.
     New Primary Weapons: N/A.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: N/A.
     Power-ups: N/A.
     Special Secondary Weapons: N/A.
    
    
     Level 14 - Mil R&D Labs: What Research?
    +---------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW, Laser), Titans,
     Scientists (when attacked), Sentries, rail-mounted Sentries, RAT Grunts.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Arm Servo Upgrade (purchase).
     Power-ups: Shield, Fire_Buddy.
     Special Secondary Weapons: EMP Grenade, Recruiter Grenades (purchase), Cleaner-
     paks (purchase). (EMPs and Cleaner-paks are frequently dropped by Scientists.)
    
     You'll see the Shield power-up as soon as the level loads. After blowing the
     door, there is an EMP Grenade in one of the turret pods on the wall. (Elevator
     is nearby.) The Servo Upgrade is available for purchase from the Barter Droids
     (50 clams). There is a Fire-Buddy power-up in a side-room off the testing area
     (last room). EMPs and Cleaner-paks will be dropped by some enemies.
    
     There is Scatter Blaster ammo in a side room off the testing area (last room).
     Rivet Gun ammo is usually dropped by a Grunt just after you blow the door.
     Ripper ammo is usually dropped by Grunts in the last room.
    
     SPEW, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or easily
     found. Coring Charges and ammo for all weapons carried can be purchased from
     the Barter Droids.
    
    
     Level 15 - Mil R&D Labs: The Search For Krunk
    +---------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW, Laser),
     Heavy Sentries, Guards.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Shield.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None. (EMPs and Cleaner-paks are frequently dropped
     by Guards.)
    
     The Shield is in the last room (easily seen as soon as you enter).
    
     There is Scatter blaster ammo on the ledge in the first room. There is Rivet
     Gun ammo in the duct above the hallway leading to the control room.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as SPEW, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies, or easily found.
    
    
     Level 16 - Mil R&D Labs: F&!?ing Krunked
    +----------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (SPEW), Titans, Guards, Scientists.
     Barter Droids: N/A.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: N/A.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: N/A.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
    
     Level 17 - Mil R&D Labs: You Know The Drill
    +-------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW, Laser),
     Heavy Sentries, Titans, Predator.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: Yes.
     New Primary Weapons: Control Tether.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 3 Rivet-Gun EUK (purchase), Level 2 Control
     Tether EUK (purchase).
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenade, Recruiter Grenades (purchase),
     EMP Grenades (4), Cleaner-paks (purchase). (An EMP Grenade may be dropped by a
     Grunt.)
    
     You start the level with Krunk's Control Tether, and a Battery. There is a
     Recruiter Grenade under a crate in the drill room (move the crate with the
     loader). There is an EMP Grenade in a crate inside a pipe in the drill room.
     There is another under the ramp where the pipes are stacked (the room where
     pipes move overhead). There are also two more in crates on the far side drill
     platforms (near the end of the level).
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rivet Gun, SPEW, and Rocket Launcher ammo are
     frequently dropped by enemies, or easily found. Coring Charges and ammo for all
     weapons carried can be purchased from the Barter Droids.
    
    
     Level 18 - Wastelands: Wastelands Chase
    +---------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: RAT Grunts, Grunts (SPEW, Rocket Launcher, Rivet Gun),
     Predators, explosives.
     Barter Droids: N/A.
     Battery: N/A.
     New Primary Weapons: N/A.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: N/A.
     Power-ups: N/A.
     Special Secondary Weapons: N/A.
    
    
     Level 19 - Morbot Region: Morbot City
    +-------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW),
     Loader Grunts, Troopers, Leeches, Predators (2).
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Fire-Buddy.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenades (2), Cleaner-paks (2). (Magma
     Bombs may be dropped by enemies.)
    
     There is a Recruiter Grenade in an alcove on the right, just outside the first
     door. There is a Cleaner-pak in an alcove on the left, just across the bridges.
     In the first closed room, there is a Cleaner-pak along the right side. There is
     a Fire-Buddy on the left. In the second room, there is a Recruiter Grenade on
     the left side (before the sunken roadway). There's a Fire-Buddy on the right
     (after the sunken road).
    
     Rivet Gun, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or
     easily found. Coring Charges may also be dropped. SPEW is a little harder to
     find, but there is some. Scatter Blaster ammo may be dropped by Troopers.
    
    
     Level 20 - Morbot Region: I, Predator
    +-------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: (As Glitch) Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher),
     Troopers, (As a Predator) Predators, Titans, Grunts.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 2 Control Tether EUK.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
     The Tether EUK is at the very end of the level (can't be missed).
    
     Rivet Gun, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by enemies. (Short
     level with few enemies.)
    
    
     Level 21 - Morbot Reactor: The Reactor Core
    +-------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW),
     Troopers, Loader Grunts, Swarmers.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 3 Rivet Gun EUK.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenade, Cleaner-pak. (Cleaner-paks may be
     dropped by Troopers. EMP Grenades may be dropped by Grunts.)
    
     The Rivet Gun EUK is found at the very beginning (can't be missed). The
     Recruiter Grenade and Cleaner-pak are in an alcove below the floating platform
     you use to get out of the room with Swarmers. (Where a secret chip is located.)
    
     Scatter Blaster ammo will be dropped by Grunts in the circular room at the
     bottom of the spiral tubes.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rivet Gun, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies. EMP Grenades may be dropped by Grunts.
    
    
     Level 22 - Morbot Reactor: Fire It Up
    +-------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Swarmers, Grunts (Toaster, Laser, SPEW), Snarqs, Leeches.
     Barter Droids: N/A.
     Battery: N/A.
     New Primary Weapons: N/A.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: N/A.
     Power-ups: N/A.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Magma Bomb.
    
     There is a Magma Bomb behind a burnable grate in the second room.
    
     Magma Bombs will be dropped by some enemies.
    
    
     Level 23 - Mil City Hub: The Hand Is Mightier
    +---------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW),
     Heavy Sentries, Titans, Predator.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: Yes.
     New Primary Weapons: Toaster.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 2 or 3 Ripper EUK, Level 3 Scatter Blaster EUK
     (purchased), Level 3 Mining  Laser EUK (purchased), Level 2 or 3 Ripper EUK
     (purchased).
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenades (purchase), Cleaner-paks
     (2, purchase), Magma Bombs (2, purchase).
    
     You begin the level with the Toaster (Sloshes'), and another Battery. The
     Ripper EUK is on a pipe that is in the water, very close to where the blue chip
     is found.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rivet Gun, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies. SPEW and Toaster ammo is also dropped. Coring Charges and
     ammo for all weapons carried can be purchased from the Barter Droids.
    
    
     Level 24 - Mil City Hub: Find The Spy Factory
    +---------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW), Turret Grunts,
     Titans, Tank Grunts, Heavy Sentry.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 3 Rocket Launcher EUK, Level 3 Control Tether EUK.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenade, Magma Bomb. (An EMP Grenade
     is usually dropped.)
    
     The Rocket Launcher EUK is found by using the crates to jump the fence in an
     alley on the left side of the street. (in the first section of the level).
     (There is a Titan guarding it, BTW.) The Tether EUK is found in the ante-room
     between the first section of the level and the second (can't be missed).
    
     The Recruiter Grenade is in the first hut on the left. The Magma Bomb is in the
     turtle-transport behind the generator bunker on the right.
    
     There is Rivet Gun ammo, in the alcove to one side of the overpass the first
     Titan was on (also in the second hut on the left). There is Scatter blaster
     ammo in the turtle-transport behind you at the start (tunnel), in the first hut
     on the right, and in the turtle-transport in the last area. Most of the energy
     is easy to find, but one is hidden in the highest covered walkway above the
     first street (a couple of rockets will bring it down).
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by
     enemies, or easily found. SPEW is also dropped, but very little.
    
    
     Level 25 - The Spy Factory: Unhandled Exception
    +-----------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Sentries, Spy Droids (Rockets), Grunts (SPEW).
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: No.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Wrench.
    
     The wrench is in a crate in the first assembly area.
    
    
     Level 26 - Mil City Hub: Access The Ruins
    +-----------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW),
     Turret Grunts, Titans, Heavy Sentries.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 3 SPEW EUK.
     Power-ups: Shield.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Magma Bomb (2), Recruiter Grenades (2),
     EMP Grenades (2).
    
     There is a Magma Bomb, and a Recruiter Grenade behind recycler bins to either
     side of the first ramp. The SPEW EUK is in a crate behind a Heavy-Sentry Tower
     in the second area (It's guarded by a Titan.) Also in the second area, there is
     a Shield in the first hut on the left, an EMP Grenade in the fenced area on the
     left, and another Recruiter Grenade in the hut inside the fenced in area on the
     right. (To get into the hut, blow the large manhole cover in the middle of the
     road.) There is another EMP Grenade in an alcove inside the fenced in area on
     the right. The other Magma Bomb is behind a recycler bin to the left side of
     the last ramp. (After the third area and tunnel.)
    
     There is Scatter Blaster ammo in a corner, inside the fenced in area on the
     right (second area). There is Scatter Blaster, and Rivet ammo in a stash on top
     of the left wall just after you go thru the second blown barrier. (Use the RAT
     to jump up there.)
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rocket Launcher, and Toaster ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies, or easily found. Rivet Gun and SPEW ammo is also dropped.
    
    
     Level 27 - Ruins Of Iron Star: Seen Better Days
    +-----------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW),
     Turret Grunts, Heavy Sentries, ZombieBots,
     Predator, Titan.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Level 3 Mining Laser EUK.
     Power-ups: No.
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
     The Mining Laser EUK is found in a cubby-hole directly opposite the first Heavy
     Sentry, just before the ramps leading down to the lake with the Predator.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as SPEW and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped
     by enemies, or easily found. Toaster, Rivet Gun, and Scatter Blaster ammo
     (ZombieBots) is also dropped, but much less often.
    
    
     Level 28 - Ruins Of Iron Star: The Snipers Lair
    +-----------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW),
     Heavy Sentries, ZombieBots, Titans, Mortars.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: EMP Grenade, Recruiter Grenade.
    
     The EMP Grenade is in a hidden alcove to the left when you see the first Heavy
     Sentry. The Recruiter Grenade is in a corner, underneath the second Mortar.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rivet Gun, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies, or easily found.
    
    
     Level 29 - Mil City Hub: Secret Rendezvous
    +-----------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher), Scouts, Titans,
     Predators, Heavy Sentries.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: Yes (purchase).
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: Arm Servo Upgrade.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenades (purchase), Cleaner-paks
     (purchase), Magma Bombs (purchase). (A Recruiter Grenade is carried by the
     Grunt on the left side of the dock in the first area.)
    
     You'll receive the Servo Upgrade upon beginning the level. The Battery is
     available for purchase from the Barter-Bots. (Step into the red-lit booth.)
    
     There is a Recruiter Grenade on the dock in the first area.
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rivet Gun, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies, or easily found. Coring Charges and ammo for all weapons
     carried can be purchased from the Barter Droids. EMP Grenades may be dropped.
    
    
     Level 30 - Mil City Center: Bright Lights Mil City
    +--------------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW, Laser), Scouts,
     Titans, Predators, Heavy Sentries.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Shield.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenade, EMP Grenades (3), Magma Bomb(+).
    
     There's an EMP Grenade in one of the Sentry towers at the end of the first
     street, and a Recruiter in the other. The Shield power-up is in a crate on the
     right side of the street after the tunnel. An EMP Grenade is in the Sentry
     tower across the street. Another EMP Grenade is in a crate behind the electric
     fence near the second Titan. (An alley leads to it.) The Magma bomb is in an
     ammo stash in a pipe off the side road near the second Titan.
    
     There is ammo for most weapons in the stash where the Magma bomb is found
     (these items are recurring). <Credits>
    
     Coring Charges, as well as Rivet Gun, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies, or easily found.
    
    
     Level 31 - Mil City Center: Get To The Tower
    +--------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (SPEW, Rocket Launcher, Laser), Tank Grunts,
     Scouts, Titans, Predators, Heavy Sentries.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: No.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Cleaner-pak, Recruiter Grenades (purchase),
     Cleaner-paks (purchase). (Every Trooper that dies before the Tank garage switch
     is pressed leaves an EMP Grenade.
    
     A Cleaner-pak is a crate behind an electric fence in the statue area. (You can
     jump over the fences from the top of the windshield of Tank parked close.)
    
     Spew, Ripper, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or
     easily found. Rivet ammo may be dropped. Coring Charges and ammo for all
     weapons carried can be purchased from the Barter Droids.
    
    
     Level 32 - Droid Town: Unwelcome Home
    +-------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rocket Launcher, SPEW), Troopers, Elite Guards.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Cleaner-Pak, Magma Bomb, EMP Grenades (3).
    
     The Cleaner-pak and Magma Bomb are in a cave above the far end of the first
     area (use the jump-pads behind the tunnel opening). In the second area, there's
     an EMP grenade if you use the jump pads behind the tunnel opening. There's also
     an EMP Grenade behind the first building to the right. Use the jump-pads near
     the garage door (far end), on the way down there is an EMP Grenade at a
     junction of elevated walkways.
    
     In the first (and last) area, there are Mega-Energies along the right wall as
     you start. There is SPEW ammo behind a long building near the tunnel. There is
     Rivet Gun and Scatter Blaster ammo above (jump-pad in front of the tunnel). In
     the second area, there is SPEW ammo and Mega-Energy behind the first building
     on the left. There is Scatter Blaster ammo behind the first building to the
     right. There is a Mega-Energy in the elevated walkways, and in a tunnel above
     (jump-pads near the garage door).
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     Very little ammo is dropped (mostly SPEW).
    
    
     Level 33 - Coliseum: Fifteen Minutes
    +------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Titans, Troopers.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Cleaner-Pak, EMP Grenade.
    
     If you push the trashed Droid out of the cell after the Mils open it, the Mils
     attack him. When he dies, he leaves behind a Cleaner-pak. The EMP Grenade is
     under a tunnel-like piece of debris out in the arena.
    
     There are recurring Coring Charges, energy, and ammo for the weapon you chose
     in several spots in the debris.
    
    
     Level 34 - Coliseum: Round Two
    +------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (SPEW), ZombieBots, Elite Guards.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Magma Bombs.
    
     There are Magma Bombs, Coring Charges, and ammo scattered around the arena.
    
    
     Level 35 - Coliseum: Last Bot Standing
    +--------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, Rocket Launcher, SPEW), Predator.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: EMP Grenade.
    
     The EMP grenade is in a square glass-and-steel enclosure close to General
     Corrosive. (Very helpful with the Predator.)
    
     The Grunts may drop Coring Charges.
    
    
     Level 36 - Coliseum: Fall To Pieces
    +-----------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: General Corrosive.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Wrench.
    
     The wrench is in the second steel and glass crate along the right wall. (Stand
     behind it to get Corrosive to hit it with a missile.)
    
    
     Level 37 - Wastelands: Race to the Rocket.
    +------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, SPEW, Rocket Launcher).
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenade, Cleaner-pak.
    
     There is a Recruiter Grenade in the first room at the half-way point. And
     a Cleaner-pak near the second RAT.
    
    
     Level 38 - Mil Space Station: One Small Step
    +--------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Rivet Gun, SPEW, Rocket Launcher, Laser), Titans,
     Scientists, Troopers.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Fire-Buddy.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenade, Recruiter Grenades (purchased),
     Cleaner-paks (purchased). (EMPs and Recruiter Grenades may be dropped by
     enemies.)
    
     The Recruiter Grenade is in the hold of the ship you're on. There is a Fire-
     Buddy power-up in the long pit under the ship.
    
     Rivet Gun and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or
     easily found. Ripper, and Scatter Blaster ammo may also be dropped.
    
    
     Level 39 - Mil Space Station: Fully Operational
    +-----------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, SPEW, Rocket Launcher),
     Troopers, Scientists, Sentries.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: None.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenades (purchased), Cleaner-paks
     (purchased). (EMPs, Magma Bombs, and Recruiter Grenades may be dropped by
     enemies.)
    
     Rivet Gun and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently dropped by enemies, or
     easily found. Ripper, and Scatter Blaster ammo may also be dropped.
    
    
     Level 40 - Mil Space Station: Bring It Down
    +-------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Grunts (Toaster, Rivet Gun, SPEW, Rocket Launcher),
     Titans, Troopers, Heavy Sentries.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Fire-Buddy, Spring-Foot (2).
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenades (3).
    
     There's a Recruiter Grenade in the first crate on the left in the first area. A
     Recruiter Grenade in a crate in the first pit in second area. A Fire-Buddy
     power-up in the first crate on the left side in the third area, and a Recruiter
     Grenade in the fifth. In the final area, there are two of the most rare of
     Morbot Artifact, the Spring-Foot power-up. They are in crates near the tunnels
     on either side that are too high to jump to.
    
     There's a mega-energy in the passage between the first area and the second
     area, and another in the passage between the second area, and the third.
    
     Rivet Gun, SPEW, Scatter Blaster, and Rocket Launcher ammo are frequently
     dropped by enemies, or easily found. Coring Charges may also be dropped.
    
    
     Level 41 - Mil Space Station: General Corrosive
    +-----------------------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: (As Glitch) General Corrosive, (As General Corrosive)
     Troopers, Titans, Snarqs, Predators.
     Barter Droids: Yes.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Fleet-Foot (3+), Shield (3+).
     Special Secondary Weapons: None.
    
     The Fleet-Foot, and Shield power-ups are in random crate locations.
    
     There is Scatter Blaster, Rocket Launcher, and SPEW ammo to be found in the
     crates as well. The Barter Droids also have ammo for these weapons (they are at
     the top of the cycling elevators).
    
     Two mega-energies are in the passages below the floor grates.
    
    
     Level 42 - Wastelands: Final Battle
    +-----------------------------------+
     Enemies Encountered: Corrosive, Troopers.
     Barter Droids: No.
     Battery: None.
     New Primary Weapons: None.
     New Upgrades/EUKs: None.
     Power-ups: Fleet-Foot (2), Shield.
     Special Secondary Weapons: Recruiter Grenades (4), EMP Grenades (2),
     Cleaner-paks (2).
    
     The power-ups and secondary weapons are scattered around this _single area
     level_. The Fire-Buddy power-up is next to the one of the large broken cannons
     on the canyon wall (where you find a secret chip). The ammo and Energy items
     are recurring.
    
    
    
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     Secret chip FAQ by Sparhawk486 & LastManStanding - For Items found near secret
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     Blah's walkthru - recurring items in "Bright Lights Mil City".
    
     Thanks to: Wife (Marion Carson-Wood) and grand-kids (Alex & Andy Carson) for
                letting me take over the TV and computer.
    
     Thanks to: Michael Dunn (CatSnack) for pointing out I'd forgotten to list the
                Level 3 Scatter Blaster EUK.
    
     Thanks to: Bako Ikporamee (GameFAQs boards) for info regarding the level 3
                Rocket Launcher EUK in Level 24.
    
    
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                                   Version history.
    
     1.00 - Original submission (GameFAQs), complete, 01/17/04
     1.05 - Typos, format goofs, minor corrections, additions.
     1.06 - Minor corrections, additions. 01/30/04
     1.07 - Added missing EUK (thanx to CatSnack) 02/01/04
     1.08 - Minor corrections, additions. 02/05/04
     1.09 - Minor corrections, additions. 02/14/04
     1.11 - Minor corrections, additions. 05/26/04
    
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