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What are some general gameplay tips for STAR WARS™: Knights of the Old Republic?

posted on 2014/07/18



General Information and Gameplay

Are there any cheat codes?
There are no cheat codes.

How do I transfer characters, objects, or skills from Knights of the Old Republic to Knights of the Old Republic II?
Unfortunately, you are not able to transfer your characters, objects, or skills from Knights of the Old Republic to Knights of the Old Republic II

Is there a multiplayer mode?
There is no multiplayer mode.

Is there a cap for the combined levels of Jedi and starting classes? If so, is there a way to "trade in" your Non-Jedi levels for Jedi ones?
The Level cap is level 20 and includes a combination of the staring class and the Jedi class. You cannot trade in the starting class levels for Jedi level once you level up. However, you can "save" those levels by not leveling up and waiting until you reach the Jedi levels. Keep in mind there are a few levels that you will be forced to level up in the starting class.
There are no prestige classes in KOTOR I.

I set the Jawas free, but I cannot find Mission's brother Griff.
This occurs if you let the Jawas free before finding out about Griff and then solve another quest, causing this one to become incomplete. There are a couple of things you can try. First talk to Mission again as much as you can about her brother. Then go back to the Czerka rep and try talking to her about Griff again too. Make sure Mission is in your party as you go to the Sandpeople enclave and check the room across from where the Jawas were. If Griff is still not there check to see if you have a savegame before freeing the Jawas. Talk to Lena, Mission, and the Czerka rep to get all of the pieces to the Griff quest and then return to the Sandpeople enclave and free both the Jawas and Griff at the same time. If you do not have an earlier savegame, then don't worry about this quest. It is not a required quest to complete the game and Griff will never give you any items or make the quest worthwhile.

I used the invincibility cheat in Knights of the Old Republic. Is there a way to turn it off?
You can toggle the Invincibility cheat off using the same code you entered to turn it on. However, keep in mind that if someone is in your party that was not when you turned on Invincibility originally, they will now be invincible.

I still cannot find out about Griff.
What you have encountered is a glitch in the game that occurs because you let the Jawas free before finding out about Griff and then solved another quest which caused this one to become incomplete. There are a couple of things you can try. First talk to Mission again as much as you can about her brother. Then go back to the Czerka rep and try talking to her about Griff again too. Make sure Mission is in your party as you go to the Sandpeople enclave and check the room across from where the Jawas were. If Griff is still not there check to see if you have a savegame before freeing the Jawas. Talk to Lena, Mission, and the Czerka rep to get all of the pieces to the Griff quest and then return to the Sandpeople enclave and free both the Jawas and Griff at the same time. If you do not have an earlier savegame, then don't worry about this quest. It is not a required quest to complete the game and Griff will never give you any items or make the quest worthwhile.

I cannot get through all the doors in the Hidden Bek base.
In the Hidden Bek base, the only way to get through all those doors, it to go into the black vulkar base, then instead of killing the final guys, join them and go to kill Gadon. They will give you a key card that lets you bypass all the securiy doors, but when you open them, everyone in the base will attack you, so be ready.

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