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If the Player follows the Way of the Closed Fist , they can make him confess, then accept his silver as payment for your silence, this betraying Old Mother Kwan and keeping her in the dark.
Ru the drunkard will be in the Teahouse until the Player speak to Minister Sheng and recieve the quest about raiding the Pirate Base.
If the Player has already spoken to Minister Sheng, then you can convince Ru to meet the Player ylat the docks and transport you to the Lower Pirate Island where you can retrieve a flyer.
Yaoru is one of the potential suitors for Ai Ling in the Boathouse. Until the Player has finish the quest given to you by Seamstress Lan , Yaoru won't have much to say.
Dong will approach you and say he is having trouble with his Ogre labourer Zhong. Zhong accidentally killed an Ox he was friends with and now refuses to go home.
The Player can offer to persuade him to leave. If the Player follows the Open Palm, he can convinced to leave peacefully.
If the Player follows the Closed Fist, Zhong is provoke to fight and thus killing Dong's much-needed labourer. Either way, the Player recieve experience points and silver from the owner of the Teahouse; be it Old Mother Kwan or Three Sheets Dutong.
In Combat: Whenever you enter a combat situation, Wild Flower will immediately morph into Chai Ka, who will use powerful attacks to swipe at enemies.
While he has a lot of health, Chai Ka is immensely slow when he's forced to traverse the battlefield, meaning that he can be out of the action for long periods of time while trying to catch up with quick-moving enemies.
In support mode, he'll passively restore your health, which is a decent ability, but not more worthwhile than Dawn Star's.
Dawn Star's chi restoration can be used to restore your health through Chi Heal, as well as power other abilities, making it a more versatile choice for most players.
Note: All things require a balance, and for Chai Ka to possess the soul of Wild Flower, there must also be a counterbalance, and indeed there is another entity within the girl: Ya Zhen, a demon of darkness, struggling for primacy in the battleground of Wild Flower's spirit.
You can advance this plot by speaking to Wild Flower every time you reach your base camp in Chapter 3, and especially just before the end of that chapter.
If you've advanced the plot far enough when you fly away from the Imperial City to begin Chapter Four, then Chai Ka and Ya Zhen will enter into open battle inside Wild Flower, and you'll need to choose which demon you wish to aid.
If you choose Chai Ka, then defeating Ya Zhen will prevent him from exerting any more influence over Wild Flower; if you side with Ya Zhen, however, then the mind of Wild Flower will be forever subsumed beneath his hate.
Ya Zhen's a little grumpy before he gets his coffee in the mornings. Ya Zhen is much the same as Chai Ka in his support abilities; when set to support mode in battle, your health will slowly be restored.
His attack form is, however, somewhat more powerful, as he takes on the form of a Toad Demon, complete with the quick power attack and poisonous swipes of the claws.
This isn't worth converting Wild Flower over to the dark side on its own, since you'll still rarely use any of your followers in attack mode, but is a nice bonus for Closed Fist players who're looking to make some friends with the evil powers-that-be.
Ya Zhen takes up the lower-middle space on the Follower screen, so if you don't convert Wild Flower to evil, then that spot will remain blank until the end of the game.
After a brief introduction in Chapter Two, Zin Bu will shift himself to your followers screen, never to be seen again. This celestial bureaucrat was formerly in charge of accounting for your actions, but after your character starts killing their way through half of the Jade Empire to find your erstwhile master, he falls behind in his duties and quickly gets demoted.
Although dejected, he quickly offers himself up to you as a mobile merchant, and indeed, you can check in with him on your followers screen at any time to buy goods more items are unlocked as you complete each chapter , or sell excess goods.
Kang's got a wonderful personality, but unfortunately you can't bring him into combat with you. A tip, though: Never sell Zin Bu anything if you can help it.
Unfortunately, all the stuff you sell him will be added to his own sell screen, meaning that if you unload a bunch of Inferior Monk Gems on him, you'll have to scroll through them each time you check his inventory to see if he has anything new to sell.
Since he doesn't give you any more cash than other NPC merchants do, just wait until you come to an in-game merchant and unload all your crap on them.
This way, you'll be able to easily tell when Zin Bu has something new to offer. Kang is a purely non-combat follower, despite his self-proclaimed primacy over the explosive arts.
He's mostly good for ferrying you from place to place in his Magnificent Dragonfly, although he is also the source of the Lord Lao's Furnace side-quest in chapters two and three, so speak to him often to pick those up.
Check the Side Quests section of Chapter Three in our walkthrough for more info on these. His Story: Abbot Song is a Spirit Monk, killed in the same attack that resulted in the destruction of Dirge twenty years before the game begins.
Like so many of the inhabitants of Dirge, his spirit remains trapped between the human world and the Wheel of Life, unable to move on to his next incarnation.
In Combat: Although Abbot Song is fairly handy in combat, using his mighty Monk Spade to defeat the spirit enemies that haunt Dirge, he'll be even more useful in support mode, where he'll simultaneously restore your health, chi, and focus.
Enjoy it while it lasts! Near the end of Chapter Six, you'll be able to recruit a certain follower. We hesitate to say more about the character here, lest some impressionable reader scrolls through this section and gets a major plot point revealed.
If you're curious to read more about this character, feel free to skip to our walkthrough and check out the end of Chapter Six. There are numerous combat styles available to you in Jade Empire, in a number of different classifications.
You can obtain as many styles as you like, but can only have four of them available in battle at any given time, since they're bound to the four directions of your d-pad.
If you ever decide you want to use something new in the middle of a fight, though, all you need to do is hold down one direction of the d-pad, and you'll be able to select a new style to replace the one bound to that direction.
The caveat to styles is that, although you can obtain as many styles as you wish, you'll only obtain a few style points at each level-up, but this number does increase as you proceed through the game.
Each time you gain a level, you'll gain a number of style points equal to the level that you're proceeding from, so if you're going from level 16 to level 17, then you should get 16 style points to spend.
Each style has three areas that you can improve on, but to completely maximize a style's potential, you're going to need a total of 69 style points, so it'll pay to pick a few that work well and stick with them throughout the game, as you'll need well-upgraded styles to really compete towards the end of the game.
You can't take points out of a style once inserted, so go with something that you really like! Martial styles are the most basic type of offensive style.
They have to be used while you're in melee range of an enemy, but do decent damage and, best of all, don't require any chi or focus to use, meaning that you're going to be using them quite a bit throughout the game.
White Demon is the strongest of the martial styles, but it's also by far the slowest of the bunch, and for that reason alone is probably not worth picking up for most gamers.
Although it does a lot of damage, it takes a long time to land your blows, leaving you open to counterattack from the sides and behind when fighting groups.
If you want to pick up White Demon after the beginning of the game, you'll need to wait for Sin Bu to begin selling it sometime after Chapter Two or Three.
Leaping Tiger is one of the two medium-speed martial styles in the game, along with Legendary Strike.
Its claim to fame is that it sprouts two claw-like With it, you'll be able to, you know, hit people, and stuff.
Sin Bu also sells Leaping Tiger, but not until after at least Chapter Four. We found Legendary Strike to be the best martial style in Jade Empire, although that may just be our own biased opinion after playing through the entire campaign with it.
It has a good balance of power, speed, and range, and the power attack is pretty quick to come off when you hit the button, and it lets you move straight ahead, rather than up and down like Leaping Tiger.
If you intend to get really up close and personal with your foe, then the Thousand Cuts style may be for you. It's by far the quickest of the martial styles, letting you punch multiple times in a single combo, but you pay for that by being forced to get exceedingly close to your foe; the range on Thousand Cuts is much shorter than that of the other martial styles.
If you decide not to start the game with Thousand Cuts, then you can buy it later by visiting Sweet Poison Lyn in the Imperial Arena in Chapter Three.
Weapon styles are pretty self-explanatory; instead of a hand-to-hand combat technique, they'll place a weapon or two into your greedy little mitts.
Weapon styles typically deal more damage than do martial styles, and may allow you to swipe at multiple members of a group of foes as well, but do have one drawback: they constantly drain focus each time you hit an enemy.
With a little upgrading, though, you can mitigate this focus loss somewhat, making weapons styles quite powerful and easy to use in the last few chapters of the game.
Heck, it's a long sword; what more do you need to know? We found this to be slightly better than the staff for dealing with large crowds of enemies, as you get a bit of side-to-side motion in its attack animations, whereas the staff is pretty much exclusively up-and-down, making it unlikely that you'll hit enemies on either side of your target.
Unfortunately you're not going to be pulling any Kilik-style moves with your staff in Jade Empire. While a powerful weapon, it's primarily good for striking single targets, whereas most of the other weapons will let you hit more than one target when they're clustered together, as occurs pretty often in most group fights.
You may get some non-target hits with the staff, but the animations make this unlikely to occur, so you're probably going to be better off with another weapon in your hand.
One thing the staff is good at is penetrating one enemy and hitting those behind him. Both the Staff and Long Sword styles can be obtained from Gujin in Two Rivers, although you can only choose one of them.
If you want to change styles later on, you can pick up both styles from the blacksmith shop near the Black Leopard School in Chapter Three. Now we're talking.
We found dual swords to be the best and easiest-to-use weapon style in the game, as you can strike quickly with it and hit multiple opponents when they're clumped around you.
The main drawback is that the power attack is somewhat slow to perform, and doesn't deal a terrifically larger amount of damage than the normal attacks, but the normal attacks are good enough to take down most bosses.
You can obtain the dual-axe style by completing all of the Imperial Arena quests. Although more powerful than the dual swords style and possessing a bit more side-to-side sweep, it's also slower than dual swords, giving you fewer opportunities to attack in a given amount of time.
Try them both and see which you like. The spade staff is only available if you purchase the limited edition of Jade Empire.
We didn't have a chance to test it out with our copy, but if there's anything unique or special about it, we'll be sure to update the guide with that info.
The most unique weapon style is Mirabelle, the rifle that belongs to the Outlander in the subquest of the same name in Chapter Three. If you defeat the Outlander in a debate and combat, you can choose one of five prizes from him, including Mirabelle.
While this is the only weapon style that lets you attack from range, it has a number of notable drawbacks. The first is the extremely long reloading time after each shot; you can sometimes skip this by tapping to another style after a shot, then returning to Mirabelle to fire again.
Literally tap; just keep hitting one of the buttons for another style to be sure that the switch registers. Second is the absurd amount of focus that each shot takes off; on Master or Grand Master difficulty, you can expect to expend a full bar of focus to take down a single normal enemy.
Third is the fact that there's no area attack for the weapon; pressing the buttons for an area attack will launch you into a power attack instead.
Fourth is that you can't jump or dodge while wielding Mirabelle; blocking is your only defensive action while it's in your hands.
So, yeah, Mirabelle is pretty much useless in any large melee. When going up against single powerful opponents, a Mirabelle with a full Damage Increase suite of upgrades will undoutably be a handy ally, but its general inutility don't exactly make it worthwhile of upgrading at all.
The infamous "twin hams" style on BioWare's Jade Empire website is one of many theoretical improvised weapon styles. These become available when you smash some kind of background object during a fight; a small icon will appear where the object was, allowing you to pick up a piece of wood, or some meat, and use them as weapons for a short period of time before they break.
We found some wooden leg chairs in the Teahouse in Chapter Two, but if there are more improvised styles hidden around, they're hidden well, as those were the only ones we saw all game long.
We didn't use magic styles as often as we did our martial and weapon styles, although it's possible that someone willing to pump a lot of upgrade points into their magic styles and Spirit stat will be able to use them quite effectively.
Their main claim to fame is their ability to fire projectiles at enemies from a good distance away, whereas both martial and weapon styles force you to get relatively close to a foe.
The drawback, though, is that they use up your Chi energy, which we generally found best to reserve for Chi Strikes with our melee styles and for healing.
If you use up all your Chi flinging fireballs at an enemy, and don't manage to kill him off, then you're going to have to hope you don't need to heal later on, because you won't be able to.
Still, if you want to try something different, feel free to stick a magic style on your d-pad and try using it.
Magic styles can be used to start harmonic combos, which when combined with a martial style will result in an instant kill and a power-up of some sort.
See our Combat Tips section for more details on these combos. With the power of ice in your hands, you can deal damage at a distance with icebolts, or freeze enemies in place for a short time with your power attack.
It can be difficult to hit enemies with the power attack, especially if they jump or move while you're aiming, but if you do, they'll be locked up tight in a block of ice for a few seconds, allowing you to switch to another target or continue to wail on them as you please.
The area attack with Ice Shard is one of the game's more unique moves, as it will cause chunks of ice to fall from the sky, slowing all nearby enemies.
After a few seconds of channeling, a larger chunk of ice will fall towards whomever you're specifically targeting for a bit more damage.
The Tempest style will let you paralyze multiple enemies at the same time. Tempest is one of the alignment-based magics that you can learn from Mistress Yo and Jian the Iron Fist, who give you the Ancient Game subquest in Chapter Two.
By the end of that chapter, you should be far enough along one of the alignment paths to pick up your style.
Tempest matches up with the Closed Fist path, and is taught by Jian the Iron Fist. With it, you'll be able to paralyze your foes with blasts of chilled air with the power attack and area attack forms, or just settle for ranged damage with your primary attack.
Although the paralysis doesn't last as long as it would with something like Storm Dragon or Hidden Fist, you do have the added benefit of inflicting damage while your foe is held in the aerial grip of your magic.
Note that, if you don't get your style from Jian by the end of Chapter Two, you can return to Tien's Landing by using the gate in the Imperial City near Imperial Captain Sen, although you'll need to complete some of the questline there before you're able to do so.
Dire Flame is, obviously enough, the fire-based magic style. Like other magic styles, you're going to have rapid-fire primary attacks firebolts , a more powerful projectile attack power attack , and an area attack.
For the area attack, you'll summon in a dragon that will spit flames over a large area of the battlefield. It's all pretty straightforward, really.
The power attack and area attack can both immolate enemies, resulting in them flailing around, vainly attempting to put out the flames that engulf them.
Good times. The Stone Immortal style is attuned to the needs of the Open Palm users that are most likely to acquire it.
It's not supremely damaging, and focuses on repelling enemies rather than causing a lot of pain. The most unique aspect of it is the area attack, which causes earth to pop up from the ground around the caster, knocking back and knocking down any enemy caught nearby.
Transformation styles are one of Jade Empire's most unique features. After you find one of these styles by defeating a creature, you'll be able to morph into that creature at will and take on their strengths and weaknesses for a short time.
The primary draw of transformation styles is that they deal incredible damage and are usually immune to one or more kinds of styles.
The main drawbacks, though, are that they steadily drain your chi while they're active. You also aren't able to dodge anything while in a transformation mode; all you can do is block.
Although the Toad Demon is the first transformation style you're going to pick up, it's still pretty decent for the situations that you'll find yourself in in the early game.
Although it moves slowly and doesn't attack very quickly, its attacks can hit multiple enemies at the same time, with its power attack being especially useful for charging through groups of foes.
Each successful hit will add a poison effect to the target, as well, although this does only a marginal amount of damage. Still, with the power attack, you can spam your way through groups of enemies without too many problems; just target someone in the middle of a pack, hit the button, and everyone near the target will be hit alongside him.
Your area attack can act similarly; it will swipe the Toad's tongue across everyone in front of you, knocking them back.
The power attack of the Toad Demon is capable of poisoning multiple enemies at a time. Toad Demons are immune to Support styles, which is obviously the ultimate in awesome hotness.
Well, no, it's pretty much useless. Few enemies make heavy use of Support styles, save for one important one.
Horse Demons are fearsome, fire-infused foes that you're probably going to loathe facing with your main character.
When you pick up the style yourself, though, you can turn the punishment back on your enemies by stomping around on your hooves and hitting them with your firey fists of doom.
What's more, you take on the Horse Demon's fire aura as well, allowing you to reflect damage back to each enemy that strikes you. The Horse Demon's a bit faster on its feet than the Toad, as well, giving you a bit more maneuverability in combat.
The Horse's power attack is a bit less useful than the Toad's, as it only affects one opponent; when you use it, you'll shoot out a firebolt towards your foe that will immolate them.
Its area attack is decent, as it will summon in a number of sharp spikes to shoot up from the ground at its feet. With the Jade Golem style, you'll tower over the competition.
Ah, now we get down to brass tacks. Although you won't pick up the Jade Golem style until you're halfway through the game, this is probably going to be the first transformation style you're going to sink any serious upgrade points into, as it is monstrously powerful and monstrously big, and just plain cool-looking to boot.
Although it's by far the slowest of the transformation styles, that doesn't matter much when you're a Jade Golem, as most enemies will come right up to your feet and let you pound on them.
Both your normal and power attacks are useful for smacking fools down, but the area attack's first swing comes out too high to hit anything, making that usually a waste of time and precious Chi.
In addition to its pure offensive prowess, the Jade Golem is immune to all magic and martial styles, making it perfect for taking on groups of humans.
Even if half of them wield weapons, that means that half of your foes won't be able to touch you. It's a shame that you won't be able to use Red Minister for very long, since you don't get it until late in the game, it's one of the most powerful transformation styles available to you, since it allows you to counteract the steady chi-draining effects of transformation.
Each hit from a Red Minister will drain health and chi from a foe and transfer it to yourself, allowing you to constantly keep your health and chi maxed out, given enough targets.
Although the attacks aren't quite as powerful as the Jade Golem's, the staying power afforded to you by the constant health stealing goes a long way to balancing that out.
Red Ministers are immune to weapon and support styles, making it another good choice for large groups of enemies, as well as the end boss.
Support styles deal no damage on their own, but instead have other effects that hamper an enemy's ability to fight, such as slowing or paralyzing them temporarily.
Zhong hope you have good day. With that, Dong Ping and Zhong leave the teahouse. The owner of this place seems to have noticed our little discussion with Zhong.
I can definitely see why an ogre in the middle of a teahouse might give some customers pause, even if he's as relatively harmless as Zhong.
The owner hands us silver and walks off. We'll talk to him again soon enough, but first we have more of the teahouse to explore.
Let's see what this rather rotund gentleman is up to. I generally try not to be a dick in these conversations, but there is no way I'm not picking this option.
It's too bad that people outside my home of Shangdang county cannot seem to stomach the delicacies that I prepare.
They truly don't know what they're missing. Such weak constitutions, all of them. Fortunately, Chai Jin can take a joke, but it doesn't seem like most people can take his dishes.
Other dishes like my monkey's brain stew can have a negative effect on the workings of the mind. Still others can deplete one's spirit.
It can be quite dangerous if you eat too much of one type of food Okay, I think I understand the problem. This is the best idea ever.
Give me silver to cover my expenses. If you can eat all three dishes in a row and stay on your feet, I'll give you back your money, and you'll leave none the poorer, but well fed!
Remember though, these dishes tend to take a little out of you. I will describe the dishes that affect constitution first, followed by those that affect mind, and then spirit.
I can't see how anything could possibly go wrong here. Well, if it's fresh shark, then there's no problem whatsoever! This is kind of a puzzle, but not really as the correct course heh of action is quite obvious if you've paid any attention to Chai Jin.
Basically all we need to do is eat one of each type of food. The roasted bear heart seems like the least offensive of these dishes, so we'll go with that.
Now, the next three dishes are a bit more potent. Be careful what you choose. We have pickled haunch of deer served with brown beetle paste, cold eagle eye soup, and jellied eels stuffed with fermented seaweed.
Take your pick. I'm pretty sure that is an actual delicacy somewhere in Asia. Hell, I've seen Ashens try more horrifying things than that in his international food specials.
And so we move on to the last dishes. These are some of the most notorious recipes in Shangdang county. Choose carefully. We have boiled ox testicles smothered in a succulent cream sauce, curdled porcupine bladder in clabbered rat's milk, and raw alligator eggs served in warmed goat's gall.
Since we already ate one of Body and Spirit dishes, let's finish off with a Mind one. I couldn't possibly keep your silver after such an excellent display of digestive fortitude.
I will gladly give back your silver If you are really daring, I have one last dish that I haven't even had the nerve to try myself.
I'm sure it's safe I think. Well, there's no telling how it might affect us. Sure thing, what's a little death by poison among friends?
It's not like we can taste anything ever again. The ingredients are very rare and it costs me quite a bit to procure them. I'll need another silver from you.
I may even have a few treasures that I could part with. I totally forgot he got the recipe from the "loud, annoying foreign man"!
We'll be meeting him later and someone in the thread already mentioned that the only foreigner in this game is voiced by John Cleese, so basically this whole sidequest is a setup to a joke about British cuisine.
Each dish negatively affected a person's constitution, mind or spirit. Chai Jin's most special dish, which he learned from a man in the Imperial City , affected all aspects of a person and was considered very dangerous.
He never divulged the ingredients of his special dish, but claimed they were very rare. Because of their strange taste and properties, few people of Tien's Landing were willing to try Chai Jin's dishes.
Even in the Imperial City, not one person could stomach as many as two of his dishes. But none could locate him. A jailer tells them he has hidden Chai in a dry well to keep him from being harmed by Gao.
Li Kui volunteers to go down the deep shaft to fetch Chai up. As Chai has been tormented and deprived of nourishment for days, he is close to death when hauled out of the well.
Fortunately, he survives. Chai Jin joins Liangshan, knowing that the danshu tiequan is a fraud. Chai Jin is placed in charge of Liangshan's accounts with Li Ying after the Stars of Destiny came together in what is called the "Grand Assembly".
He participates in the campaigns against the Liao invaders and rebel forces in Song territory following amnesty from Emperor Huizong for Liangshan.
He even marries his daughter to him. When Fang fights his last-ditch battle with Liangshan, Chai Jin suddenly sets upon his force.
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