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Unreal Tournament Walkthrough






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                          Unreal Tournament - FAQ
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                    Written by : El Greco
                       Created : November 23, 2003
                       Version : Final
                       Updated : August 31, 2004
                        E-mail : elgreco(at)gmail.com

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This is the final version of the guide.  Unless any glaring errors are found I
suspect that I will not update this FAQ anymore.  Content-wise there is not
much new.

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                               00)  Contents

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                    00)  Contents
                    01)  Version History
                    02)  Introduction

                    03)  Game Overview

                         3.1  Weapons
                         3.2  Armor
                         3.3  Gameplay Basics

                    04)  Deathmatch
                    05)  Domination

                    06)  Capture the Flag

                         6.1  Intro to Capture the Flag

                    07)  Assault

                         7.1  Intro to Assault

                    08)  Challenge
                    09)  Codes
                    10)  Credits
                    11)  Contact Information
                    12)  Conclusion
                    13)  Legal Information

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                        - Navigating the Guide -

The entire guide is broken up into sections, sub-sections and so on.  There
is one general idea or section  and then the section within it are more and
more specific to that particular subject.

You  can easily access any of the  parts in the guide; all  you have to do is
highlight the search code for the section  copy it, open the Find function in
your  browser  and enter it in.  Or you  could just highight,  press  CTRL+C,
CTRL+F,  CTRL+V,  ENTER.  That should  immediately take  you to the  desired
section.

The main  walkthrough is divided into  separate parts to  help you  find your
place  more easily.  Just refer to the listing  above and find the place that
you are at in the game.  Then copy the  code next to it and paste it into the
search function (CTRL+F).  After you  press ENTER or click on "Find Next" you
will be taken to the appropriate section of the walkthrough.
                    
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                            01)  Version History

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Version Final, 8/31/04, 61 kb
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This is the final version of the guide.  Unless any glaring errors are found I
suspect that I will not update this FAQ anymore.  Content-wise there is not
much new. I also added in a new format for the guide ot make it more readable.

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Version 1.20, 10/31/03, 61.7 kb
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I added the codes section for all of you no-do-gooders out there.

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Version 1.06, 9/26/03, 50.4 kb
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Added in a new site to use my guides.

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Version 1.05, 8/23/03, 50.3 kb
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Spell checked the guide, always forget to do that, and fixed some problems with 
the section headers.

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Version 1.00, 8/20/03, 50.0 kb
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Wrote guides for the rest of the Assault levels.  First complete version.  
Added some information to the Introduction and added the Credits section.  
Inserted my new little sig at the bottom.

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Version 0.75, 8/19/03, 39.8 kb
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Wrote strategies for all of the CTF levels and added something to the Gameplay 
Basics section.  I wrote the guide for the first Assault level, Frigate.

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Version 0.50, 8/18/03,  27.4 kb
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I wrote the armor and items section, gameplay basics, descriptions for each
ladder, and the list of levels.  I also spellchecker the guide.

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Version 0.10, 8/17/03, 16.1 kb
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Wrote the weapons section.  Added in all the sub-section headings.

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Version 0.05, 8/16/03, 5.91 kb
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Decided on section headers/dividers, inserted contact info, legal info and 
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                              02)  Introduction

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Welcome to my guide for the game of Unreal Tournament, I will be your guide for
today.  Now if you will scroll down the page you will see the walkthrough, I 
will explain to you the basics of the game, the different game modes, some 
strategies for each level, and the uses of each weapon.

I will go in-depth on each of the Capture the Flag and Assault levels since I
believe that they can be quite hard if you don't know what a good strategy is 
for passing that level.  if you don't like the strategies that I explain in 
this guide then you can just disregard them and go on your own merry way.  I'm 
just suggesting possible strategies, so if you think I am an idiot keep it to 
yourself, don't bother writing an e-mail to me about it.  Or submit your own 
strategy for the game.

Feel free to contact me if you have questions about the game, want to suggest 
some strategies for a part in the game, or wish to point out any errors that I 
have made in the FAQ.  If you submit a strategy I will be glad to put in my 
guide and I will give you credit.  Don't e-mail me to flame me or anything 
like that since your e-mail will be promptly deleted if I detect anything of 
the sort.  I hope this is helpful.

This game is rather easy even on the hardest difficulty levels but I know that 
some people really suck at FPS so that may be my reason for making this. Well,
I have barely anything to say for this introduction so just read the damn 
guide.

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                            03)  Game Overview     

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                              3.1   Weapons

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Damage Rating is the amount of damage a direct hit will do to an enemy


 BioRifle
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Primary Fire   - lump of toxic waste
Damage Rating  - 5/10

Secondary Fire - cluster lump of waste
Damage Rating  - 4/10

Range          - medium

This cool little weapon fires little green balls of toxic waste at your foe.  
A direct hit with the primary fire will take a chunk of health away from your 
enemy and it will take maybe 3 direct hits to take him/her out.  The secondary
fire will shoot little globs of waste that fragment upon impact and do damage in
a wide area.  You must hold the secondary fire button down so that the gun can 
build up a large glob that will burst unlike the smaller ones.  You can booby
trap a hallway with this stuff if you have people chasing after you, just coat 
the hallway/floor/ceiling with this stuff and when your enemy comes through the
will be injured, if not killed, depending upon how you did it and when they 
came through.

 Chainsaw
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Primary Fire   - thrust
Damage Rating  - 7/10

Secondary Fire - sweep
Damage Rating  - 10/10 (if aimed well)

Range          -close

This is just your standard chainsaw.  The primary fire will thrust the chainsaw
into an enemy and chop out a large portion of their life.  The secondary fire 
will sweep the chainsaw side-to-side.  If you have the chainsaw aimed correctly
you can decapitate your opponent, even if you don't cut their head off you can 
still kill do a huge amount of damage.

 Enforcer
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Primary Fire   - normal fire
Damage Rating  - 2/10

Secondary Fire - rapid fire
Damage Rating  - 3/10

Range          - close/medium

This is the standard weapon in the game, the weapon you start out with in each 
level.  This fires out one round at a time in both modes inflicting a minimal 
amount of damage on your opponent.  It takes many shots to kill anybody that 
you may come across, luckily however it has no clips at all so you can fire off
hundreds of rounds without ever needing to reload..  If you kill somebody with 
an Enforcer and you pick it up you can fire both at the same time.  Be aware 
that this weapon shares ammo with the minigun.

 Flack Cannon
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Primary Fire   - chunks of shrapnel
Damage Rating  - 8/10

Secondary Fire - shrapnel grenade that explodes upon impact
Damage Rating  - 9/10

Range          - close/medium

This lovely weapon fires off little bits of hot, jagged metal at your enemy.  
At close range this weapon is devastating, either fire mode will most likely 
kill your opponent in one shot, if not most likely in two unless of course your
aim sucks.  The secondary fire is the superior attack mode, damage wise, since 
you can lob a ball of jagged shrapnel at your enemy and when it hits them or 
lands at their feet they will explode in a shower of guts and blood, hehe!!

 Impact Hammer
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Primary Fire   - charged up pulse
Damage Rating  - varies/10

Secondary Fire - rapid impacts
Damage Rating  - varies/10

Range          - close

This pummeling device is a pneumatic hammer that will hit your opponent with 
tremendous force in either mode.  If you hold down the primary fire button you 
can release a single, powerful, charged up shot.  To release the hammer you 
just have to run into your enemy, the hammer will automatically release.  The 
amount of damage you inflict will vary depending upon how long you were 
charging the hammer and where you hit your opponent, a torso shot is best.  The 
secondary fire will release a bunch of small, rapid shots this is not very 
practical since your enemies will move away from you when you try to hit them.
You can deflect bullets with this weapon if your timing is right.  Try to use
this only when you are out of ammo or just feel like making someone explode.

 Minigun
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Primary Fire   - normal fire
Damage Rating  - 5/10

Secondary Fire - faster fire
Damage Rating  - 5/10

Range          - medium

This is just a poor excuse for a machine gun.  This is probably my least 
favorite weapon in the game.  This, obviously, just fires bullets rapidly at 
your opponents.  It is kind of difficult to use but when you do you can quite 
quickly eliminate your enemies.  The secondary fire is faster but less accurate
which is my reason for a damage rating identical to that of the primary.

 Pulse Blaster
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Primary Fire   - rapid plasma bursts
Damage Rating  - 6/10

Secondary Fire - stream of plasma
Damage Rating  - 7/10

Range          - medium

This weapon fires little energetic balls or streams of plasma at your enemies. 
The primary fire shoots little balls which do a slightly above average amount 
of damage and the secondary fire shoots a steady, continuous stream of plasma.
This is a good weapon to use in most circumstances.

 Redeemer
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Primary Fire   - unguided missile
Damage Rating  - 10/10

Secondary Fire - guided missile
Damage Rating  - 10/10

Range          - far, far away

I love this weapon.  This is the most powerful weapon in the game, which is 
obvious without firing it due to its enormous size and amount of ammo, 1 shot.
You can fire a small nuclear missile at approaching crowds of enemies, un-
guided with the primary fire and guided with the secondary.  The blast radius 
is enormous so make sure you are far away when you fire it or else you may end 
up killing yourself.  Be aware that you are very vulnerable to attacks when you
are guiding your missiles so make sure that you are in a secluded area or just 
use the primary fire.  If you pick up two redeemers you can get two shots but 
this will rarely happen.

 Ripper
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Primary Fire   - ricocheting blades
Damage Rating  - 7/10

Secondary Fire - exploding blades
Damage Rating  - 8/10

Range          - medium

This weapon shoots little razor blades that either bounce off walls or explode 
upon impact.  The primary fire is ideal for filling a small area with small 
flying death machines or around-the-corner kills.  The secondary fire will fire 
blades that explode upon impact making it a formidable attack.  Now, as to how
you get a razor blade to explode is beyond me but then again the name of the 
game is "UNREAL Tournament".  Be aware that when you use the primary fire the 
blades will only fly around for a short period of time before they fall to the 
floor, and they can hit you if you are not careful.

 Rocket Launcher
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Primary Fire   - rocket propelled grenades
Damage Rating  - 9/10

Secondary Fire - un-propelled grenades 
Damage Rating  - 8/10

Range          - medium

Probably my favorite weapon in the game.  This appropriately named weapon 
shoots...guess what...no seriously take a whirl at it...no you idiot, it fires
rockets that explode upon impact.  The secondary fire releases small un-
propelled rockets that explode upon impact with an enemy or after about 5 
seconds.  If you hold down either fire button the weapon will release up to six
of either rocket, propelled and un-propelled.  Watch the splash damage though 
you can quite easily kill yourself if you aren't careful.  This also has a lock 
on feature for good players.  If you can hold your crosshair on the enemy for 
long enough it will turn red which means that the rockets will now actively 
seek out that character when fired.

 Shock Rifle
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Primary Fire   - energy beam
Damage Rating  - 6/10

Secondary Fire - energy ball
Damage Rating  - 7/10

Range          - close/medium/far

This weapon fires little energy beams that pack a punch.  The primary fire 
shoots a lightning fast beam at the enemy that will always go where the 
crosshair is aimed.  The secondary fire will shoot a slow moving ball of energy
that will require you to anticipate where the enemy will be when it reaches 
them.  When used correctly this weapon is a good secondary weapon.

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You can deal more damage with the shock rifle by firing off the primary fire 
to distract your enemy and give you some time to shoot him with the secondary 
fire.  This little combo deals more damage than if you had just fired off one 
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 Sniper Rifle
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Primary Fire   - rifle shot
Damage Rating  - 8/10

Secondary Fire - zoom in on target
Damage Rating  - 8/10

Range          - far

This is a, well, a sniper rifle.  The primary fire shoots off a round without 
zooming in on the target and packs the same punch as the zoomed in shot, which
is easier to use.  The secondary fire is how you zoom in on a target, hold it 
down to zoom in more, when you are zoomed in just fire off rounds with the 
primary fire button.  In case you need to know, the scope has crosshairs on it
to help you aim your shots.

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                            3.2   Armor/Items

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 Thigh Pads
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This item gives you 50 armor points out of the total of 150 maximum points.  
When they are coupled with the Body Armor you will have full armor, a total of
150 armor points.  When you have armor on it will decrease the damage taken 
from opponents weapons and will steadily decrease when you are hit.

 Body Armor
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This item gives you 100 armor points out of the total of 150 maximum points.  
When this is coupled with the Thigh Pads you will have full armor, a total of
150 armor points.  When you have armor on it will decrease the damage taken 
from opponents weapons and will steadily decrease when you are hit.

 Shield Belt
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This will automatically give you full armor, 150 points.

 Translocator
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This is a portable teleporting device that is useful for going down large drops
or up onto high ledges that you normally wouldn't be able to get to.  Press the
primary fire to release the teleporting module and then alternate fire to 
teleport to where the module is.  If you misfire you can press the primary fire 
again to retrieve the module.

 Health Pack
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This gives you 20 health points out of and up to 100 total points.

 Keg O' Health
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Gives you 100 health points up to a total of 200 possible points.  Usually is 
hidden or in an area where you are wide open to attack.

 Health Vial
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When picked up these give you 5 health points up to a possible total of 200 
health points.

 Damage Ampliphier
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Increases the damage dealt by your weapons almost exponentially. The effect 
lasts for 30 seconds and when the amplifier is in effect the weapon in use 
will glow purple and there will be a distinct sound to inform you that you have
picked it up.

 Invisibility
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Obviously this makes you invisible, for about 30 seconds so take advantage of 
this and attack as many people as you can.  This does not make you invincible
just invisible.

 Anti-Gravity Boots
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These boots will allow you to jump many times higher than you could before.  
You will be able to use them for a total of three jumps so make god use of 
them.  When you want to use them just jump normally, whenever you press the 
jump button when you have the boots you will use up one of your jumps, whether
you like it or not.

 Scuba Gear
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This allows you to breathe under water.  Not very useful except for maybe 3 or 
four levels.

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                            3.3   Gameplay Basics

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 - When you kill someone you will get a point called a 'frag'.

 - You can command team members in some ladders to do different things.  Press 
   the Select button to bring up the list of possible commands and then select
   one to issue the order to all of your teammates.  You can choose from
   Attack, Defend, Hold This Position, Cover Me, or Freelance which is where
   your teammates will attack or defend depending upon how they see fit.  I
   do not believe that the rest of the commands need explanation.

 - When you kill five people without dying then you will have gone on a
   Killing Spree, when you have killed ten people you will be on a Rampage,
   the list goes on up until I think 25 straight kills, see how far you can
   get.

 - If you kill someone and then another within 3 seconds you will get a Double 
   Kill, if you kill another person beyond that within another three seconds
   you will get a Multi Kill, this repeats for the next two levels Ultra Kill
   and Monster Kill.

 - If when you kill someone you take their head off you will get a message
   that says that you have decapitated your opponent.

 - When using explosive weapons such as the Rocket Launcher or the Flak Cannon
   aim at the floor right before your opponent or to the wall behind or next
   to them since the explosive weapons have splash damage that is just
   slightly less powerful than a direct hit.  

 - Try not to fire a lock-on shot at an opponent that is moving laterally, 
   relative to you, the missile does not have enough maneuverability to steer
   towards that person.

 - When sniping from above, locate your opponent and aim a little bit ahead of 
   them and when they reach the crosshairs fire a round off.  Try to take into 
   account travel time for the bullets, it is miniscule but it is enough to
   make you miss.

 - When in close quarters combat use the strafe key to move around your
   opponent while shooting at him, he will miss most of his shots and you will
   come out nearly unscathed.

 - Do not fire explosive weapons at targets that are extremely close to you.
   The splash damage may kill you and you will lose points for being careless.

 - Learn the best uses and best situations for each weapon, when you have done 
   this you will be able to outgun and outsmart your opponents.

 - Never stop moving, this makes you quite vulnerable to attacks.

 - When a match starts you can move the camera around the arena so you can
   note locations of weapons, health packs, ammo, places to ambush your
   opponents and many other things.  Use this when playing an unfamiliar map
   to give yourself a better chance.

 - Listen for the sound that people make when they spawn, remember that you
   will probably be more heavily armed than them so take advantage of the
   situation and get them while they are still stuck with the crappy enforcer.

 - Remember that whatever you can do to the enemy they can do likewise to you, 
   so don't get careless thinking you are superior since you are facing a 
   computer.

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                              04)  Deathmatch

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This is the most basic type of match.  You will be thrown into an arena against
a group of enemies and basically all you have to do is kill them before they do
the same unto you.  You will get a point for each kill and the first person to 
the set frag limit wins the match.

Levels in order are...

Tutorial
Oblivion
Stalwart
Turbine
Codex
Pressure
Deck 16
Tempest
Curse
Liandri
Agony
Ice Station Zeto

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                             05)  Domination

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This is the second ladder that you can unlock.  You will be given a team and 
your objective is to capture and hold some marked locations.  There will be an
obvious marker at each specified location.  The locations and the team that 
they are currently held by will be displayed on the right side of the screen. 
When you have captured an outpost your teams score will increase steadily 
according to how many outposts you currently have under control.  All you have 
to do to capture a control point is to touch the marker.

Levels in order are...

Tutorial
Condemned
Osiris
Lament
Cinder
Gearbolt
Olden
Sesmar

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                            06)  Capture the Flag

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                       6.1  Intro to Capture the Flag

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This is your standard capture the flag game, just with guns and explosives.  
There is a set score limit such as five, the team that captures the opposing 
team's flag five times first will win the match.  When you die and you have the
flag you will drop it and it will remain in that spot until someone from your 
own team grabs it or someone from the other team touches it, at which point the
flag will go to the original location.  You cannot use the translocator while 
holding the flag or else you will drop it.

Levels in order are...

 Tutorial
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Just follow the instructions that you are given, this level just serves to 
acclimate you to the UT CTF system.

 Niven
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On defense get above your doorway via the ramps around the top of the level 
and you can easily pick off people that are coming into your base since they 
will rarely look up there or come that way to capture the flag, they will 
almost always come through the pool of water in the middle.

When attacking set your team to defense using the commands menu and go up 
through the same ramps that you used to get atop your base, and drop down in 
front of the door.  Now if you have the Ripper then you can launch a quick 
volley of blades through the corridor and they will probably bounce around and d
own the corridor taking out a few enemies.  The enemy likes to hide people 
behind the flag or right around it so be prepared to shoot one or two people 
that are near the flag.   Once you grab the flag do the same thing that you did
to get to their base except in reverse.

 Sepulchre
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This is probably the easiest map to score on, so make sure your team is on 
defense and then grab the Rocket Launcher and head on out to either entrance, 
grabbing the Body Armor on your way.  The shield belt is in the middle of the 
passageways in the little depression so grab it if there is nobody around and 
then go into the other corridor.  Shoot any enemies once there will probably 
be at least one at this point and go out either side.  If you feel like risking
it just go straight up the middle and grab the flag, turn around and blast 
away any enemies that are shooting at you and the head into the small opening to
the right.  You will probably need a health pack now, so grab one or both of 
them.  Run out and run to your base shooting anyone who may approach you, 
except for your teammates of course.  Rinse and repeat.

 Eternal Cave
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When defending keep an eye on both openings in the rock wall, the other team 
seems to come out of the left opening more than the right so be extra wary of 
that.  The shield belt is also located in the passage that leads from that 
opening so make good use of that.  Get some one to stand right in front of the 
path that leads to the flag, they can take out most enemies that enter the base
from here since they can view the area by both of the openings, if you do this 
it will be rare that an enemy gets through and to your flag.

While your team is on defense run through either passage, I prefer the left so
I can grab the shield belt and go through to the opposing team's base.  They 
will probably have some people flanking either side of their base and they will
probably knock you off that narrow ramp that leads to the flag when they fire 
at you so be careful of them when you go for the flag.  When you grab the flag, 
and if you killed the people flanking the ramp, don't waste time turning around
just head straight backwards and then hide behind that little ledge at the end 
of the ramp to provide you some cover while you turn around, now just fight 
your way back to the base and capture the flag.

 Facing Worlds
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Just set your team to defense they will usually do a fine job, but if you want
to be more specific than that put someone at the end of the large entrance to 
the base, opposite the flag, so that they can shoot people when they turn their 
back to grab the flag.  Put someone on sniper detail at the top or middle of 
the tower so they can pick some people off as they head towards your base.  If
you need additional defense get atop that large tower in the middle of your 
base and you will have a clear shot of all the people who come in and you won't
have to worry about opposing snipers since their view is blocked.  You can also
grab the damage ampliphier from atop here.

When going on offense I like to grab the Redeemer from the second level and 
then charge their base, have your team follow you if you are a poor player 
otherwise you can just do this by yourself.  Run to the top of the ramp and 
when you get to the middle whip out the nuke and fire it, unguided, into their 
base to clear out all people that can attack you when you enter.  Run into 
their base grab some rocket launcher ammo and the actual weapon itself that is 
right next to the flag.  If anybody approaches you just blast them and run out,
there is a miniscule chance that their sniper will get you, but that chance is 
multiplied a hundred-fold if you stop moving.  So don't stop until you have 
captured it.  If the Keg-O'-Health is  in the middle of the ramps them grab 
that when you are on your way to provide a little insurance.

 Coret
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This is pretty easy if you know your way around.  When the game starts grab any
weapon around and head to the center of the map on the middle level.  Go down 
the wooden ramp to the bottom level and grab the Shield Belt and the Rocket 
Launcher.  Make your way up and the enemy's base is set up exactly as yours is 
so you should have no trouble locating the flag.  Shoot any enemies around and 
head for the flag.  Grab it and go straight ahead into the small, blue portal.
This will bring you halfway to your base, convenient, no?  Run down the ramp 
to where you got the shield belt and cross over to your base.  I don't go on 
the upper wooden ramps since I seem to get killed a lot when I do that, maybe 
that is just me but I recommend not to do that since the enemy comes through 
there a lot, which may explain why I get killed there.  Oh yeah, set your team 
to defense since the enemy will make a lot of advances on your base.

 Guantlet
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I prefer to have everybody attack at once since this is a pretty easy map to get
killed on, and when you have everybody attacking at once you have a greater 
chance of somebody grabbing the flag and bringing it back.  So if you down 
through the lower part of this level grab the ripper and when you see an enemy 
take advantage of all the barriers and angles and turn the area into a death-
trap.  If you go the upper way then grab the minigun and go forward.  When you 
get into the enemy base there will almost always be someone or a group of people
waiting for you so use my battle tactics above and eliminate all of them.  
Grab the flag and make your way back to the base.  I prefer not to use the 
rocket launcher in this level since the level is extremely cramped, which makes
it very easy to kill yourself with a careless shot.  When somebody from the 
opposing team gets the flag they will almost always come through in the lower 
level through that maze of barriers and that wide, open corridor right before 
that base, so look in those two areas for fleeing enemies.

 Dreary
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This is one of my favorite CTF levels since there are so many ways to sneak up 
and get into the enemies base.  Set half of your team to defense and have one 
person follow you to the enemies base.  Go down the ramp and get onto the lower
level when you come out into the open.  Go to the small opening on the left and
take the elevator up.  Wait for your teammate and then go out through the top 
over that narrow walkway and cross over to the other side.  There may be an 
enemy here so be careful.  Drop down into the enemies base and shoot the defend
rs that will probably be shooting at you by now.  There are health vials and 
health packs and a few weapons on either side of this area so use those to 
boost your inventory and health.  Grab the flag and go back to your base on the
lowest level changing directions, taking elevators and you should lose any 
following enemies.  If somebody on the other team grabs your flag stand on the 
middle level on that open area on your side and you should be able to nail them 
when they come through on any level of the area.  If this fails, post someone 
right behind the flag where the thigh pads appear every so often, they should 
take out any intruders.

 Lava Giant
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This is one of the easiest CTF levels which is surprising since it is the 
second-to-last level in the ladder.  When you start out immediately go through 
the middle on the upper level and grab the shield belt.  If there are no 
enemies approaching then press on ahead and enter the base from the back, 
relative to you.  If you got the anti-gravity boots then you can just hop on in
and grab the flag from the upper level in that little tower structure.  If you 
have the anti-grav boots then hop on out and dash for your base.  If not then 
you will have to fight your way out until either you get out, are killed, or 
locate the anti-grav boots in their base.  Set your team to defend since the 
enemy will frequently use the anti-grav boots to quickly land them selves in 
front of your flag.  The defenders should take care of mostly every intruder 
that comes in, but on occasion one will slip out and then you will have to hunt
that little bastard down.  One more thing, don't fall into the lava pits.

 November
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Set two teammates to defense and the others, have them follow you.  Grab the 
Keg-O'-Health from the top of the crates in the side of your base and the 
Shield Belt from the gunners position at the entrance, by the submarine pen.  
Go across to the enemies base, by their gunners position and use the 
translocator to transport yourself up there avoiding enemies that may be coming
down the corridor towards you.  Run up the stairs and when you get to the top 
look immediately to the left, there will most likely be a gunner atop the 
boxes.  Shoot him if he is there and then eliminate anybody to the right, run 
and grab the flag, making sure not to fall into the liquid and run to the room 
to the left of the stairs, there should be a big hole in the floor, drop down, 
you will loose some health so make sure you can survive the fall before you 
jump.  There will most likely be some people waiting for you at the bottom of 
the hole so if you have the rocket launcher throw some un-propelled rockets 
down there to kill or hurt them before you proceed.  There are some healthpacks
behind the boxes at the top of the small set of stairs.  Do not teleport out 
through the gunners nest or you will drop the flag so you have to run back to 
your base.  On defense if there are a lot of enemies coming through you can 
grab the rocket launcher from the tunnel that doesn't have the flag and some 
ammo as the enemies come through shoot them from the lip of the tunnel, that 
should be sufficient.

==============================================================================

                                07)  Assault

==============================================================================

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                           7.1  Intro to Assault

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

For this type of match you will be split into two teams and there will be the 
attackers and the defenders.  The attackers will have to come into the opposing
team's base and destroy a certain object or series of objects.  When all of the
objects have been destroyed then the match will be over and the teams will 
switch positions.  The current attackers will have to overrun the base in a
shorter time than the previous team did in order to win.  If they fail then the
first team wins the match.  If neither team can overrun the base then the match
is considered a draw.  Make sure that you read the level description before 
playing or else you won't know what your targets are.

Levels in order are...

 Tutorial
----------

This is just to get you acclimated to the rules and strategies of the Assault
ladder so just follow the instructions.

 Frigate
---------

I recommend that you storm the ship from below, jump into the water and you 
will see an opening in the bottom of the ship.  Get your team to follow you 
since they will probably storm in through the front door and get mowed down 
quickly.  The enemy does not often guard this area of the ship so you may be 
able to relax for a moment.  Grab the flak cannon and go through the door that 
is covered slightly with a blue thingy (I have no idea what it is).  Run up 
the stairs and shoot any enemies around if you have the rocket launcher pull it
out and fire a few shots into the hallway.  Duck into the side room to the side
and follow it to the end, going through several other rooms, when you come out 
you will be near your first target.  It is just down the stairs so destroy it 
and then the blue team will eventually retreat to the upper levels so try to 
get there before them or else you will have another small battle on your hands.
You have to get to the upper level of the ship and get near the control panel 
at which point the battle will end.

On defense I usually just patrol the main corridor of the ship killing anybody 
who enters the door with my trusty Flak Cannon.  You can also booby trap the 
entrance of the ship with the BioRifle, just shoot some balls on the floor when
people are running down the ramp and it should explode when they are near or 
on top of it.  The enemy usually never gets past here but sometimes somebody 
slips through and then I tell my team to defend and then I use the same 
strategy as before.

 High Speed
------------

IMPORTANT - falling off the train at any point will result in instant death.

This level consists of 5 train cars hooked together.  You will start on the far
side of the train on the flatbed car and will have to work your way up to the 
front car. If you can grab the anti-grav boots on the second car and when you 
get to the end of the second car jump up onto the roof of the car, when you get
to the end of the fourth car you will have to jump down into the crack where 
the cars are joined together, there will be a sentry gun atop the last car so 
be careful of that too. Enter the car and go up the stairs, there is a control 
panel here go up to it and it will open a door on the bottom level of the car, 
drop down and go into the room to end the match.

When you are defending stand in front of the entrance to the first covered car 
and tell your team to hold this position using the command menu.  Now your 
team will kill anybody who enters the car quickly, if you have the Rocket 
Launcher then you can quickly dispose of them.  Don't worry about an enemy 
going over the top since I have never seen them do that.

 Rook
------

This level is pretty easy no matter what side you are on.  When the game starts
grab the ripper and go out the wooden doors that lead to the courtyard.  Tear 
down the enemies with the ripper and go into the room on the right, you will 
need to get into the hallway so that you can open the gate, shoot the chains 
that are holding the wheel in place and then the large door in the courtyard 
will be opened, now you have to run out of the castle and make it all the way 
out of the courtyard until the match ends, which means that you have escaped 
the castle.

On defense just wait in the courtyard for the enemy to come out and as they do 
shoot them.  If you picked up the BioRifle spray some globs in front of the 
door on the steps. If the enemy manages to make it past you and into the 
wheelhouse then run into the area where you escaped and grab a Sniper Rifle.  
As the enemy comes down through the courtyard towards you snipe them and if you
fail then break out one of your other weapons and shoot them down.

 Mazon
-------

Grab either the Minigun or the Rocket Launcher and haul ass down the small 
hill and go to the left into the tunnel.  Fire away at the people at the end, 
or if you grabbed the Rocket Launcher load up on 4-6 missiles and launch them 
down in their direction, you should take out all the people on the bottom 
level, don't worry about the people on the upper level since they won't usually
inflict enough damage to you to consider them a threat, so with your Rocket 
Launcher destroy the two chains that are holding the door closed.  They are in 
the two depressions flanking the doorway.  Once it is open go through the 
doorway and go into one of the side passages and you will see a small box set 
into the wall that will open the front gate so you can get into the castle 
faster than before.  Once the door is open go up the ramp, on one side of the 
upper level is a switch that will open the doors to the object you need to 
destroy.  Just try your luck getting to it since the enemy will swarm around 
you and will probably kill you quite quickly once you are at the top.  Anyway, 
once you are in the room launch rockets or whatever you have at it until it is 
destroyed.

On defense get into the chamber where you have to destroy the chains.  Get 
atop the gun tower and when the enemy comes through waste them, the enemy 
rarely gets past here when I am playing but if they do happen to destroy the 
chains then retreat inside the castle and wait at the top of the ramp, and when
they come up the ramp shoot them with the flak cannon which should be around 
somewhere nearby.  If you kill some enemies with the rocket launcher make sure
to pick it up, even in the first chamber with the chains, they will make things
much easier for you.

 Ocean Floor
-------------

This is probably the most difficult level in the game so I hope you know how to
handle yourself by now.  Grab the rocket launcher and the pulse gun and then 
jump into the water.  There are two pools that you can come out of.  Both of 
them are guarded by some sentry guns mounted on the ceiling.  If you come out 
of the pool that is by some boxes, and a ramp right under the sentry gun then 
run up the ramp and shoot the enemies that will probably be guarding the 
computer console.  Fire rockets into it until a message comes up saying that 
the console was destroyed.  Run down the ramp again and enter the door behind 
the ramp there are two consoles on either side of this room, as you go by each 
one fire a rocket at it to destroy it.  The last console is by the second pool 
of water so quickly go out the door on the other side of the circular room and 
run past the sentry gun, it is on the wall by the ramp, destroy it and the 
match will end.

On defense I usually stay on the upper level by the first pool of water that I 
mentioned, as the enemy comes out I shoot them and eliminate them swiftly, but 
sometimes they will all come out at once and then one of them slips through and
gets into the circular room with consoles two and three, so I jump down and 
follow them.  Once they are gone I get back to my post atop the level and do 
the same until the time runs out.  The computer will come out of the first 
pool about 95% of the time so you don't really need to defend the second pool.

 Overlord
----------

My favorite level in the game.  When the game starts go ahead and grab the 
Sniper Rifle and the Minigun and go out the right side of the landing craft.  
There will be a sentry gun shooting at you so don't stop until you get down 
into the point where there is a message saying that you have breached the 
beachhead.  There will also be a big cannon type gun shooting at you but luckily
it fires at completely predictable intervals so you can avoid it once you get
the timing down.  Once you are inside the tunnel run down and don't stop so you
give the enemy the least amount of time to cut you off.  You will emerge into 
a small room with a balcony around it where the enemy will be shooting at you 
from.  Don't waste time shooting at them if they are in the balcony, you will 
most likely die in the process.  Shoot anybody at the top of the ramp as you 
are going up and go into the other tunnel, once you get far enough in you will
get a message saying that you have breached the boiler room, now your team will
spawn here for the rest of the level.  Once you get past that point grab the 
weapons, armor, and health from the room and head up the ramp into the gun 
cavern.  Run up the ramp on the far side and then shoot people at the top.  
Once you get onto the top platform you will have to go across that tin curved 
walkway to the control center and destroy it with a simple rocket blast.  Once 
you have done that the match will end.

When you are defending go into the portal in the gun cavern and you will be 
transported to a room with more portals, go to the tower portals on either side
and you will get either the Sniper Rifle or the Rocket Launcher.  Use that to 
pick the enemy off as they come in through the path to the base.  You are in 
almost no danger up here but on occasion the enemy will fire up there.  If you 
are good enough the enemy will never breach the beachhead but that can be pretty
hard to do. When they breach the beachhead go back into the portal and go to the
boiler room portal, pick up the flack cannon from the balcony right above the 
doorway where the enemy will come through and wait there.  When they come 
through fire the flak grenades at them, I have taken out all the attackers in 
one shot a few times.  If they should get past there and they breach the Boiler
Room then you will have to go back to the Gun Cavern the way you came in as an 
attacker since there is no return portal.  Stand at the top of the ramp, next 
to the portal out of the Gun Cavern and fire at the enemy as they come up.  If 
they make it past your defense and they make it onto the walkway to the control
center you may be able to knock them off the walkway with a shot from the 
rocket launcher that is aimed at their feet, if you know your aim sucks and you
won't get a direct hit.  Or you can try to stand in the actual control center 
but then they may fire at you with a rocket launcher and miss and the control 
center is destroyed.  Do what you see fit.

==============================================================================

                                 08)  Challenge

==============================================================================

In this ladder you will go head-to-head against a single enemy.  This is just 
like death match just your playing against 1 highly skilled enemy.

Challenge Levels are...

Phobos
Flux
Malevolence
Hyperblast

For these just practice, practice, practice.  Follow the guidelines for normal 
death match gameplay and er....don't die.


==============================================================================

                                  09)  Codes

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All Characters
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* These were taken from GameShark.com 
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All Characters
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All CTF Levels
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All Death Match Levels
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---------------------

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Brock
-----

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0A929CEB 00000001
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Firewall  
--------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0A919CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A819CAB 00000001 

Freylis  
-------

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DA387F9A B21FD038
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Fury  
----

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DA387F9A B21FD038
0A879CAB 00000001 

Guardian  
--------

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0A969CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
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Idina  
-----

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0A959CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
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Ivana  
-----

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0A949CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A849CAB 00000001 

Kragoth  
-------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AAB9CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
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Kregore  
-------

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0AAA9CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A9A9CAB 00000001 

Lauren  
------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AA99CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A999CAB 00000001 

Luthor  
------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AA89CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A989CAB 00000001 

Malcolm  
-------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AAF9CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A9F9CAB 00000001 

Mariana  
-------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AAE9CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A9E9CAB 00000001 

Matrix 
------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AAD9CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A9D9CAB 00000001 

Olga  
----

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AAC9CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A9C9CAB 00000001 

Tasha 
-----
 
DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AA39CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A939CAB 00000001 

Throk  
-----

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AA29CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A929CAB 00000001 

Von  
---

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0AA19CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A919CAB 00000001 

Whitman  
-------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AA09CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A909CAB 00000001 

Thunder 
-------

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AA79CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A979CAB 00000001 

Zanna 
-----

DA087C5A B22FD3F8
0AA69CEB 00000001
DA387F9A B21FD038
0A969CAB 00000001 

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Phobos 
------
DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2B04C1A2 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B14C1E2 00000001 

Flux 
----

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2B64C1B5 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B74C1F5 00000001 

Malevolence 
-----------

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2BC4C18F 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2BD4C1CF 00000001 

HyperBlast 
----------

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2B64C183 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B74C1C3 00000001 

Koos Galleon 
------------

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2BE4C11E 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2BF4C15E 00000001 

Agony 
-----

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2BB4C0ED 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2BC4C12C 00000001 

Ice Station Zero 
----------------

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2BF4C0E1 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B04C121 00000001 

Codex 
-----

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2B24C0D4 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B34C114 00000001 

Pressure 
--------

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2B04C0AA 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B14C0EA 00000001 

Deck 16 
-------

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2B44C0B9 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B54C0F9 00000001 

Tempest 
-------

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2B74C08F 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B84C0CF 00000001 

Curse 
-----

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2BF4C098 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B04C0D8 00000001 

Liandri 
-------

DB89F7D7 B3AE3372
2B44C06A 00000001
DBB9F717 B39E33B2
2B54C0AA 00000001 

All Death Match Levels 
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2B04C121 00000001
2B34C114 00000001
2B14C0EA 00000001
2B54C0F9 00000001
2B84C0CF 00000001
2B04C0D8 00000001
2B54C0AA 00000001 

Have Domination Level Codes 
===========================

Sesmar 
------
DB89F511 B3AE379E
2B84C7E4 00000001
DBB9F551 B39E37DE
2B94C024 00000001 

Lament 
------
DB89F511 B3AE379E
2B04C7FC 00000001
DBB9F551 B39E37DE
2B14C03C 00000001 

Cinder 
------
DB89F511 B3AE379E
2B64C7F7 00000001
DBB9F551 B39E37DE
2B74C037 00000001 

Gearbolt 
--------
DB89F511 B3AE379E
2BC4C7C9 00000001
DBB9F551 B39E37DE
2BD4C009 00000001 

Olden 
-----
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2B44C7C2 00000001
DBB9F551 B39E37DE
2B54C002 00000001 

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2B94C024 00000001
2B14C03C 00000001
2B74C037 00000001
2BD4C009 00000001
2B54C002 00000001 

Capture The Flag Level Codes 
============================

Eternal Cave 
------------

DB19F797 B33E3335
2B74C162 00000001
DB09F7D7 B32E3375
2B84C1A2 00000001 

Facing Worlds
-------------

DB19F797 B33E3335
2BD4C174 00000001
DB09F7D7 B32E3375
2BE4C1B4 00000001 

Coret
-----

DB19F797 B33E3335
2B34C14F 00000001
DB09F7D7 B32E3375
2B44C18F 00000001 

Gauntlet
--------

DB19F797 B33E3335
2BB4C140 00000001
DB09F7D7 B32E3375
2BC4C187 00000001 

Dreary 
------

DB19F797 B33E3335
2B14C15A 00000001
DB09F7D7 B32E3375
2B24C19A 00000001 

Lava Giant 
----------

DB19F797 B33E3335
2BF4C125 00000001
DB09F7D7 B32E3375
2B04C165 00000001 

November 
--------

DB19F797 B33E3335
2B54C138 00000001
DB09F7D7 B32E3375
2B64C178 00000001 

All CTF Levels 
--------------

4B543ADA C5645F71
0A22080D 00000000
4B943B38 C5BB5E93
0A22080D 00000000
4BD43B15 C5FB5EBE
0A22080D 00000000 

All CTF Levels
--------------

4BA43A9A C5945F31
0A22080D 00000000
4BE43AF7 C5CB5F5C
0A22080D 00000000
4B243AD5 C50B5F7E
0A22080D 00000000 

All CTF Levels 
--------------

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2B54C138 00000001
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2B84C1A2 00000001
2BE4C1B4 00000001
2B44C18F 00000001
2BC4C187 00000001
2B24C19A 00000001
2B04C165 00000001
2B64C178 00000001 


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Frigate 
-------

DBA9F719 B38E3283
2B24C1E4 00000001
DBD9F759 B3FE32C3
2B34C224 00000001 

High Speed
----------

DBA9F719 B38E3283
2B84C1FF 00000001
DBD9F759 B3FE32C3
2B94C23F 00000001 

Rook
----

DBA9F719 B38E3283
2BE4C1F1 00000001
DBD9F759 B3FE32C3
2BF4C231 00000001 

Mazon
-----

DBA9F719 B38E3283
2B64C1CA 00000001
DBD9F759 B3FE32C3
2B74C20A 00000001 

Ocean Floor 
-----------

DBA9F719 B38E3283
2BC4C1DC 00000001
DBD9F759 B3FE32C3
2BD4C21C 00000001 

Overlord
--------

DBA9F719 B38E3283
2B24C1D7 00000001
DBD9F759 B3FE32C3
2B34C217 00000001 

All Assault Levels
------------------

EAE7BF17 99ABE015
2B24C1E4 00000001
2B84C1FF 00000001
2BE4C1F1 00000001
2B64C1CA 00000001
2BC4C1DC 00000001
2B24C1D7 00000001
EAE7BF17 99ABA1E5
2B34C224 00000001
2B94C23F 00000001
2BF4C231 00000001
2B74C20A 00000001
2BD4C21C 00000001
2B34C217 00000001 


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                               10)  Credits

==============================================================================

Dfurgi - gave me some tips on how to beat certain levels that I had no 
strategy for.

Jeff "CJayC" Veasey - for posting this guide and creating and maintaining 
GameFAQs for all these years.

My dad - for buying me this game.

==============================================================================

                        11)  Contact Information

==============================================================================

If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or contributions to
make then you can e-mail me at the address provided below.  I will only
accept questions, comments, suggestions, and contributions if they
abide by the guidelines outlined below.  I do not think that I am
asking much by doing that, but if you do have a problem with that then
I ask you just not send me anything at all.

E-MAIL : elgreco(at)gmail.com

SUBJECT LINE : Unreal Tournament

DO
--

 - Point out errors
 - Give me strategies for parts of the game that you feel you know lots about
 - Write legible sentences
 - Include good grammar
 - Ask for help about things not already answered in this guide
 - Look through the guide before contacting me to make sure I haven't already
   answered your question

DO NOT
------

 - Send me viruses
 - Spam me
 - Insult me
 - Use excessive profanity
 - Use background colors, e.g. yellow font against a black background
 - Send irrelevant e-mails
 - TyPe lIkE tHiS, tHiS ReAlLy PisSEs mE OFF!
 - Ask questions that are answered in this guide
 - Add attachments to your e-mail
 - NO 1337 SPEAK

==============================================================================
 
                             12)  Conclusion

==============================================================================

That is all for my Unreal Tournament guide, I hope you had as much fun playing 
the game as I did.  I hope this helps you beat the game otherwise, why else 
am I writing this thing?

==============================================================================

                         13)  Legal Information

==============================================================================

This document is Copyright 2003-2004 Don Fleming.  It may not be reproduced
nor retransmitted in any form without prior consent from the author.  It may
not be altered, published, sold, given as an incentive to buy, etc. without
advance permission from the author. All outside sources which have contributed
to the making of this guide in some form  have been cited in the guide. 
 
Violation of the above terms can and will result in a lawsuit.

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SITES WHERE THIS GUIDE MAY BE HOSTED
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 - GameFAQs.com
http://www.gamefaqs.com/

 - Gamespot.com
http://www.gamespot.com/

 - Neoseeker.com
http://www.neoseeker.com/

 - IGN
http://faqs.ign.com


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SITES WHERE THIS GUIDE MAY NOT BE HOSTED
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 - CheatCodeCentral
http://www.cheatcc.com/

^ Yes, I am pointing directly at your site, Dave, and not with my index finger
  either.





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