Jade Empire Best Weapon Style

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Due to this, the Leaping Tiger is a very nice varied style to use if you’re at a. ‘Jade Empire’ Special Edition for Android out now; New martial, weapon styles and smarter combat AIs added By Jose Mari Franz Teves Nov 19, 2016 10:15 AM EST As BioWare is currently developing Mass Effect Andromeda, a lot of fans are also hoping that the studio. This weapon style can be purchased while you visit Tien’s Landing and rid the ghosts along the forest path. Tien’s Justice is the longest staff in the entire game, giving it a distinct advantage over the common weapon style. As far as staves go, you can get no longer in reach, and it shares many of the stats of the Golden Star. Weapon Style Slam and Clear Drain Focus These two blades — a dagger and a sword — are the legacy of Death’s Hand. The way in which these weapons are wielded is just as unique as the blades themselves. Of all the weapon styles this is probably the most destructive one. There both good weapons but if you want the axes go with the strong charcter and for the sabers the 2 fast charcters. Neoseeker Forums » Xbox Games » Jade Empire » BEST fighting Style.

A lot of the weapon styles were modified in this mod. The models were swapped. The animations were changed. The stats were altered. New weapon styles were added. New weapon upgrades for old and new styles were added. All in all there’s a lot of new toys that await you.

Vanilla Jade EmpireJade Empire in StyleFortune’s Favorite
Dragon Sword
Demon SwordFortune’s Favorite
Dragon Sword
Demon SwordGolden Star
Flawless
Demon Staff
Golden Star
Flawless
Demon Staff
Tien’s JusticeEyes of the Dragon
Crimson TearsEyes of the Dragon
Crimson TearsMirabelleMirabelle
Tang’s RevengeDeath and Agony
Tang’s RevengeDeath’s RazorMoonlight
HalberdMorning Stars

Most weapon styles have upgrades that you can find, win or buy at some point in the game. Upgrades may increase the base style’s speed, its damage, the Chi-multiplier or all of those and possibly more. If you acquire an upgrade, but do not yet know the weapon style it upgrades, you will learn that style automatically. If you acquire a high-level upgrade, but do not yet own the lower level upgrades, their stat enhancements will be included.

All points invested into a weapon style will carry over to all the upgrades. None will be wasted.

You don’t really need to choose between Fortune’s Favorite and Golden Star anymore. Opportunities to learn Fortune’s Favorite exist plenty throughout the entire game. Opportunities to learn Golden Star exist plenty in the school in Two-Rivers. If you plan on learning both, I’d recommend choosing Fortune’s Favorite at the blacksmith’s store and learning Golden Star at school. But that’s just me.

The look and feel of the Staff have been altered significantly. So much so, that I might as well have called it a new style. If you think you know the Staff, think again. I also added a third upgrade.

My mod adds a few opponents to the first two chapters of the game, who use Eyes of the Dragon (the dual sword style), so you have a chance to learn it early on. Crimson Tears is no longer a separate style, but an upgrade for Eyes of the Dragon.

Similarly Tang’s Revenge (the double axe style) has been turned into an upgrade as well. Its base style is Death and Agony which you may be able to learn by fighting the Black Whirlwind.

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In vanilla Jade Empire you get Tang’s Revenge practically for free. No matter how badly you suck do in combat. My mod changes that. In my mod you will have to fight for it. Same story with the gun style Mirabelle. You won’t get it by simply choosing a dialog option anymore. That line of dialog is gone. (Sorry, John Cleese!)

Moonlight is a new style. It’s a variation of the standard spear style at the wrong end of which you’ll find yourself many many times. I also added an upgrade for this style.

Death’s Razor is, of course, Death’s Hand’s combat style. It’s a little tricky to use, but extremely powerful. Try it! It can only be acquired through combat, though.

The Morning Stars are new. It’s the double hammer style you encounter exactly once in the entire game. These are weapons that are truely worthy of a spirit monk. They will not come to you easily, though. Nothing that requires you to die first, is ever easy, is it?

BioWare Corp’s RPG adventure video game Jade Empire brings a unique mix of martial arts, magic, and witty humor to the Xbox console. The game takes place in an ancient mythical China, and features spectacular sound, music, and game environments.

Across the Web, you will find Jade Empire walkthroughs, strategy guides, and cheats. I decided to write something slightly different. I have collected several useful tips that help you get the most out of the game in terms of gameplay, items, and features. These tips are easy to follow, and they include no excessive re-tracing of your steps, no codes requiring button sequences, and no exploitation of glitches within the video game.

Basic Game Tips

Breaking An Enemy’s Block

You don’t have to use a chi attack or a transformation style to break an enemy’s block. Run at your enemy, getting as close as you can. Then use ‘dodge’ (B button) to flip over top of them before they get the chance to strike you, and attack them from behind before they even know what hits them.

You can also disrupt the attack of an enemy by dodging, and rolling into them.

Focus and Chi

While in battle with a tough opponent, increase your character’s deadliness with a simple method that is often overlooked:

Before going into battle, fully replenish your ‘chi’ and ‘focus’. As you approach your opponent, activate your focus, then charge yourself with chi, then attack. Your opponent will seem to move in slow motion while you strike at your normal speed with the added power of your chi energy.

Transformation Styles

Most transformation styles like Horse Demon and Jade Golem will deal massive damage to your enemies. The first transformation style is Frog Demon, and although this is one of the weaker styles, it comes in handy during the first stages of the game.

Like all weapons and styles, you can power-up your transformation styles by adding points which improving attributes like, damage dealt, quickness increased, and chi energy expenditure. Use this to improve an unbalanced transformation style. For example, the Horse Demon is powerful, but slow on his hooves. Max out his quickness, and toughness to counter-balance this.

Area Specific Tips

Sweet Poison Lyn

During your journey, you earn valuable essence gems. Hang onto them, and eventually, you can use them to make some quick cash.

Although the Magical Abacus proves to be a helpful member of your posse, avoid selling your gems to him. In the Imperial City, go to the Arena, become a participant, and speak to the various personalities there, making sure to talk to Sweet Poison Lyn. Fight your way through your opponents, and when Sweet Poison Lyn and Lucky Cho make their offer, sell your essence gems. Regardless of your alignment, you will be paid double the amount that the Magical Abacus gives you.

Marvelous Dragon Fly Missions

As you fly form city to city, you have the opportunity to play the flyer mini-games. When prompted to choose ‘attack’ or ‘evade’, choose attack, and the game will start. There are numerous upgrades for the flyer throughout the Jade Empire. Play the mini-game frequently, and it will be available from the video game’s main menu.

Damage Shield

The ‘damage shield’ gem significantly reduces the damage that your character takes. To obtain it, make sure to complete the quest at the Black Leopard School near the imperial City. Your alignment makes no difference, and you can obtain the gem at the end of your quest there.

Open Palm and the Lotus Assassin’s Liar

If you are following the Way of the Open Palm, you may be delighted to know that while infiltrating the lair of the Lotus Assassins, you can be as evil as you want to be without losing any of your Open Palm points.

Weapons for Dawn Star, Silk Fox, Black Whirlwind

During the battle at Dirge, you get the chance to fight as Black Whirlwind, Dawn Star or Silk Fox. To aid you in your battles, there are hidden weapons for each character.

For the two ladies, go to the fountain, and you will find a weapon in a chest on the far side. The Black Whirlwind’s weapon is along a wall where you assume his playable character.

Wepon and Style Combinations

One of the most important strategies in the Jade Empire video game is setting up effective combinations of weapons, physical fighting styles, and magic styles, and learning to effortlessly alternating between these during battle. If needed, use focus to slow things down a bit while you learn to switch quickly.

I’ve included a few weapons that I found rather effective:

Tang’s Revenge is a pair of double axes obtained from The Ravager at the Imperial Arena. They are very deadly, but heavy and therefore; slow. Use them in conjunction with a quick styles.

Mirabelle is Jade Empire’s only firearm, received from Sir Roderick after defeating him in the Imperial City’s Scholar’s Garden. Yes, this musket is slow to load, but it packs a huge punch, and is good for damaging enemies at long range. To deal with opponents that get too close, compliment Mirabelle with a fast and powerful weapon or magic style, like Ice Shard.

Flawless is a bladed staff, an artifact weapon obtained from the Blacksmith in the Imperial City Market District. It is heavy but sharp, deadly, and it’s length keeps your opponents out of hand-to-hand striking distance.

The Dragon Sword is another artifact weapon obtained from the Blacksmith in the Market District. It provides a good balance between speed and damage, and it has a good reach, though it is not too heavy to wield at close range.

Outtakes and Character Commentaries

After completing Jade Empire, you get the chance to watch entertaining outtakes and character commentaries by Segacious Zu and Dawn Star, as well as dialogue between Henpecked Hu and his wife. Jade Empire was partially inspired by Kung Fu movies, and the outtakes reflect this. Stay tuned for them, as they are only available at this time.

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