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Chai Jin Jade Empire Navigation menu VideoJade Empire Soundtrack - The Jade Empire (Main Theme) Jade Empire # 31 CHAI JIN'S SIZEABLE GIRTH! Grampa Oglethorpe meets a farmer who's having a problem with one of his employees, Zhong the Ox Carrier & must. 8 - Chai Jin Before approaching this exotic chef, quickly take note of your Body, Mind, and Spirit statistics to see which is highest and lowest. Once you've determined that, speak to the chef and agree to pay him silver pieces to participate in his challenge. Fortunately, Chai Jin can take a joke, but it doesn't seem like most people can take his dishes. For example, this dish of roasted cow heart sautéed with bile of leopard has a particularly nasty effect on one's constitution. Other dishes like my monkey's brain stew can have a negative effect on the workings of the mind. If players complete both wagers with Chai Jin in the teahouse of Tien's Landing, they can collect the gem. In-game description: "Often used by magicians and charlatans, this gem gives the wielder persuasive skills that could make a man sell the shirt off his back for a pittance. Chai Jin: Before speaking to Chai Jin, it is probably a good idea to check the Player body, spirit and mind to determine which is the highest and lowest. Speak to him and agree to pay silver to participate in his challenge.
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I certainly hope not. Let's go talk to someone more pleasant, like this ogre. Zhong not want to go home. Zhong doesn't want to see ox.
And so we learn that ogres aren't always the kind of mindless brutes we fought in the cave earlier. Zhong here obviously works at this old man's farm, but there's been an incident involving an ox and now things aren't going so well.
Despite acting civil for the most part, Zhong is still an ogre and smashing things is what ogres tend to do best. Maybe the farmer will tell us what's going on.
I am Dong Ping, Zhong's employer. Zhong works on my farm. Some of the patrons here are unnerved by his size. I'm worried that if he doesn't leave with me soon, the owners may take matters into their own hands.
If he gets hurt I can't run the farm without him. But I don't know what else to do. I guess we kinda implied Zhong was his slave there.
Didn't mean to, it was just an awkward turn of phrase. Maybe we can at least help him out, hopefully without anyone getting smashed up.
I must warn you Zhong is I am grateful for your help, but please be careful. Zhong the Ox Carrier came by his name honestly. I would hate to see him hurt you, or anybody else, for that matter.
Speak softly to him, and you should be okay. Well, here goes nothing. Zhong is voiced by none other than Mark Meer, who did a lot of voices for various creatures in BioWare games even after he was cast as the male Commander Shepard.
Dude's got some pretty impressive range, although here he's just doing the kind of "strong but dumb" voice you might expect from someone like Zhong.
Speak softly and you should be okay, he said. Let's hope that works out. Zhong killed a friend, and now Zhong is bad.
Master have other ox. Master won't starve This might work. You have been nice to Zhong. Zhong like you. 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 You can block whenever you like in combat by simply pressing the B button, but after you get past the first few fights of the game, it's unlikely that you're actually going to want to do so.
Although blocking protects you from attacks from any side of your character, there's too much danger of getting hit by a power attack when you're surrounded by foes to justify sitting there and blocking, waiting for your chance to strike back.
Plus, it's kind of boring. Instead of blocking, then, you'll want to get used to using Jade Empire's powerful dodging maneuvers.
By holding B and pressing a direction on your analog stick, your character can quickly shuttle around the battlefield, quickly enough to avoid most attacks, in fact.
What's more is that you can actually jump forward into enemies, disrupting their attacks, or jump over them if you're close enough, allowing you to hit them repeatedly.
Many of the videos in this guide will demonstrate this basic technique, so take a look at a few of them and get used to jumping and dodging, as it'll make your battle experiences much more satisfactory.
We hate to sound dismissive, but Jade Empire isn't tremendously difficult on its default "Master" difficulty setting. Since you can dodge so easily, you'll mostly just be jumping in and out of battle while you choose when to land your strikes.
If you find yourself breezing through the early chapters, then you may wish to bump the difficulty up to Grand Master, which will let the enemies deal and receive more damage.
We're not going to go too in-depth here, as the character creation system in Jade Empire isn't nearly as complex or meaningful as in the Knights of the Old Republic Games.
The main thing you're going to be choosing here is the style and look of your character, so be sure to select a character that you're going to want to look at for hours.
The other choices on the character screen Fast, Strong, etc. The main thing here is to realize that you're going to be using your starting martial style for a long time, so you'll want to pick one that suits your play style.
We recommend the Heavenly Strike style as a good mixture of range, speed, and power, but you may want to start the game a few times and spar with some of the students in the school with the various styles to get a feel for the differences and make your choice after you find one that suits you.
If you choose to customize a character, you'll also be asked to allocate some basic stat points. Two points to body and one each to spirit and mind is usually a good allotment, but if you're going straight to Grand Master mode, you may want to throw all of them into body to give yourself a good amount of health to work with.
One of the trademark features of the BioWare games has been your ability to foster romances between the different characters that you control, and Jade Empire is no different.
We haven't had much time to test out all the different permutations of the system in this particular game, but if you want to wind up swapping spit with one of your followers, then all you really need to do is talk to them - a lot.
Talk to them before and after finishing each main story quest, and before and after each chapter ends. The good thing about Jade Empire is that your choices in conversations with your teammates will rarely have an impact on your alignment, so if you're trying to go through the game as an ultra-evil badass, you can still be nice to and woo some of the fly honeys in your posse.
Kiss me all you want, but I'm still not signing that prenup. Anyway, all you really need to do to advance a romance plot is talk to the character you're interested in multiple times throughout the game and try to be as flirtatious as possible; if you're consistently condescending and insulting towards a character, they're unlikely to get all hot and bothered by you.
Having the character in your party probably also helps, although you have to be careful, as they'll be watching what you do and react accordingly.
Dawn Star, for instance, won't like it very much if you go around slaughtering innocents. You can seemingly mitigate these negatives by keeping a character out of your party if you partake in activities contrary to their nature, but both Silk Fox and Sky are a little more flexible in their ethics than is Dawn Star.
So far as we can tell, both Silk Fox and Dawn Star are possible targets for a male character to woo, with Sky being the primary topic of interest for female characters.
It's possible that some of the other characters can be opened up to romance, as well, and really, who wouldn't want to hop into bed with Hou, given the opportunity.
It's also possible that same-sex relationships might be possible, although this would likely require you to be quite cruel to the possible lovers of the opposite sex.
When we get definite word on this, we'll update this guide. After you're done selecting or customizing a new character, you'll find yourself inside the Jade Empire, and in fact in the middle of a fight.
Your character will be sparring with Jing Woo, a fellow student of yours in the martial arts academy run by Master Li.
It'll end before you gain control of your character, launching you into a conversation. For those of you unfamiliar with the BioWare method of RPG character development, most of the choices you make between good and evil will come in the dialogue that your character is involved in.
When another character talks to you, you'll have your choice of multiple responses to select. You can choose to be as kind or as cruel in your conversation with Jing Woo as you wish, but be advised that consistently acting in a certain way will shift your character's alignment towards the Open Palm "good" or the Closed Fist "evil" , which will affect the way other characters react to you.
However you choose to treat Jing Woo, be sure to take him up on the opportunity to spar once again; this will walk you through a brief tutorial on Jade Empire's combat system, which is definitely different than that included in the Knights of the Old Republic games.
It's based on more real-time action, for one thing, so you won't be able to pause and analyze your actions; you'll need to be quick on your toes if you wish to defeat multiple enemies.
Jing Woo isn't very difficult to take down, so feel free to pound on him until he falls. Try and spar as many of the students of you can, for experience and for pure practice.
Before you meet with Master Li, it'd be a good idea to wander the school grounds to explore the world a bit. There are a number of students in the school's main courtyard.
If you leave the sparring grounds, in fact, Student Lin will rush in with another student and begin sparring; if you talk to her, you'll discover that she's either sluttish or jealous, depending on the sex of your character.
If you treat her nicely, though, she'll agree to spar with you, netting you 40 XP. Student Wen may also be sparred with; he's in a gazebo near the sparring ring.
You may also talk to Smiling Mountain and set up a simple sparring match with an unnamed student, although this won't net you any experience.
There are also a pair of students atop a hill to the northeast which you can take on simultaneously, netting you more experience.
In addition to the fighting, there's a wealth of story information available from the various students around you, so be sure to talk to all of them.
There are also four bookstands or scrollstands in the area although one of them is far to the southeast, near the gate leading to town.
If you find all of the books in a given set and these four are a part of one , then you'll get an experience bonus; you'll also gain experience just for reading the books themselves, so be sure to click onto them when you reach them.
When you've explored to your liking, save your game and walk into Master Li's dwelling to speak to him. The conversation is briefer than he intended it to be, for it will be interrupted by the news of a bandit attack from the direction of the river nearby - Master Li will instruct you to meet up with another pupil, Dawn Star, and to head with her to the shop of Gujin, who holds a weapon for you.
When you're ready to head out and bash some bandits, move out to the gates to town to find Dawn Star conversing with Gao.
After she sends him packing, she'll join your group. Head into Two Rivers to start defending the town from the bandits. As soon as you enter the town, you'll be accosted by a pair of bandits intent on getting to the looting while there's looting to be gotten to.
With Dawn Star by your side, you should be able to dispatch them relatively quickly, so take them down and start making your way to Gujin, to the north.
There's a Bamboo Cask in the northern part of town that will hold a few silver coins for you; you can also use the Scroll Stand in Gujin's shop to complete your first Hidden Book Set, which will net you the Legacy of Master Li book, which apparently adds a bonus to your Focus score.
When you talk to Gujin, he'll give you the opportunity to choose between two weapon styles. The sword style is a bit quicker, with shorter reach, while the staff focuses on slower strikes that are a bit stronger.
Take either weapon as you choose and get ready to use them. On your way back to the lower part of town, you'll face off against two more enemies, then fight four more in the main square.
These guys can do a significantly larger amount of damage to you than previous enemies have been capable of, thanks to their weapons, so be sure to keep an eye on your health and use your Chi Healing when necessary.
Although you'll be prompted to head to the beach after fighting off the bandits in the square, first head south to a small residential area where another villager is being attacked by four bandits.
If you can drive them off, you'll gain plenty of experience and will be able to loot the Villager's Chest for silver. You'll have to fight off all of these bandits if you wish to save Two Rivers.
When you're ready to get down to some real combat, head to the east to find the beach. You may want to use the Focus and Chi shrines near Gujin's shop to restore your health before doing so, though.
The bandits' ship is there, and they're coming ashore in full force. You'll have to defeat no fewer than three waves of enemies, with the first two consisting of groups of four foes.
The second wave of enemies will also include a powerful Bandit Leader, so be wary of his claw attacks. Keep in mind that there will be some cannon shots coming in at you during this fight; when Dawn tells you to watch out, be sure to use your B button and dodging moves to cover some ground, as they'll be aimed right at your feet.
If they hit your enemies and Immolate them, rush in and pound on them while they're burning to finish them off. The third wave of foes are more interesting; these are the first spirit enemies that you'll encounter.
Spirit enemies are immune to your weapon style, so switch back to your martial style to take them on. They also possess ranged attacks, so be quick with the dodge button.
If you find yourself having trouble with these fights, then you may want to flip Dawn Star over to Support mode in the Followers menu. This will cause her to sit and silently channel her energies, which will cause your own Chi meter to continually recharge, allowing you to heal yourself as often as you like.
All the enemies will ignore her, though, and attack you, which can be a bit overwhelming. When Master Li does his trick with the boat, he'll come back ashore and finish off the last of the bandits, then ask you to meet him back at the academy to discuss current events.
The first thing to do when you regain control of your character will be to level up. You'll be able to increase your Body, Spirit, and Mind attributes a good idea at this point is to put a point into each ability , as well as some of your styles.
You only have two style points; it'd be wise to increase the damage and speed of your primary Martial ability, which is what you're likely to be using more often than anything else.
When you regain control of your character, you'll be able to speak to Old Ming, if you wish to learn a little more backstory. He doesn't seem to have anything critical to tell you, but there's some interesting information in his conversation tree if you wish to hear it.
Ni Joh is the son of one of the men in the town square you encountered earlier; whether his father lived or died, you can earn some points towards the Closed Fist path by treating his concerns bruskly.
After returning to the town square, you can meet up with Fen Do, one of the merchants who has suddenly appeared.
He doesn't have anything to sell just yet. Before you return to school, head back to the residential area in the south of town to fight off a few of Gao's goons - you can't avoid a fight here, so just take them down for the experience and cash that they drop.
If you're seriously loathing the weapon you chose from Gujin earlier, you can also return to him and exchange it.
When you're ready to move on, return to the school and head towards Master Li. If you wish to engage in a little side quest, then talk to Smiling Mountain and inquire about Kia Min's healing to pick up Side Quest: Kia Min.
If you walk down to the beach again in the course of that quest, you can also pick up Side Quest: An Unfortunate Debt. When you reach Master Li, he'll tell you to explore the Spirit Cave - but before you can go, Gao interrupts and challenges you to a duel.
When you're ready to accept his duel, talk to Li and fight! Be sure to save your game ahead of time. Gao is a pretty tough opponent, mostly due to the large amount of health that he possesses, but his attacks will mostly be avoidable if you're quick with dodges.
If you enter with full health and Chi, then you should be able to heal yourself up if you happen to take damage. The key to beating Gao is to stay out of his way, and not letting him box you into a corner.
With your forward flip, though, that should be easy. Beyond that, the basics are going to win this for you; block or dodge when he uses normal attacks, use a power attack when he's blocking, and otherwise just avoid him.
He'll go down after a couple of minutes of solid punching. When you've finished up the Lion of Two Rivers , Kia Min , and An Unfortunate Debt side quests, save your game and speak to Master Li in his home.
The resultant cutscene will reveal a bit of your past, but will probably only bring up more questions for you.
Afterward, he'll ask you to enter the Spirit Cave, the site of your first true challenge. After you bypass the first gate in the spirit cave, walk forward and use the Pillar to receive the Dragon Amulet.
With it, you'll be able to equip certain gems that you find in your travels. If you have any already, use the A button to place them into the amulet and receive the bonuses that they accord you.
After fighting off the three spirits that attack you, use the amulet to read the seal on the next gate to the north, then head through.
Your next fight is against the Old Master, a previous master at the school. He's powerful, and possesses a damaging ice attack that can hit you from above, so stay mobile and try to take down his minions before focusing on him.
He doesn't have much health, so close in with your Martial style and bring him down. When the Old Master has been killed, a strange apparition will appear and offer you a gift: you may learn either an Ice or Fire Magic style.
Make your choice as you please. When you regain control of your character, be sure to examine the various containers in this area to find more items and cash, then read the Scrollstands before entering the portal to return to Master Li.
Ice is probably the better choice here, but you can always buy the other style later in the game. After emerging from the Spirit Cave, you'll learn from Master Li that Gao is involved in the disappearance of Dawn Star.
Before you rush out after him, though, stop by Smiling Mountain; he'll sell a few gems if you have the cash to buy them.
For silver, you can purchase a gem that will add one point to either your Body, Mind, or Spirit attributes.
When you're ready to head after Gao, return to town, where you'll find the charred body of Si Pat, apparently cut down by Gao during his escape.
If you want more gems, speak to Fan Do for a new selection. He'll also tell you to talk to Gujin about Gao's escape.
On your way up the stairs to Gujin's shop, a villager will likely be waiting for you. If you opened the Villager's Chest during the earlier fights with the bandits in town, he'll ask you if you've seen the silver that was in it.
If you wish to return the cash to him, you can, or you can simply laugh and keep it for yourself, with the appropriate alignment shifts.
After talking with Gujin, head north towards the gate out of town. You'll have to deal with multiple goons of Gao the Greater at this point, including the villager from the Unfortunate Debt sidequest, if you happened to tell him to deal with his problems himself.
Defeat them, then talk to the guard to learn that Gao has headed to the swamps. After defeating the first group of bandits that you encounter here, speak to Merchant Hing to learn that the bandits have taken off with his wife, allowing you to pick up the Side Quest: The Flower Of The Fields.
When you're done talking to him, walk along the path behind him to meet up with Sagacious Zu. However you treat him, he'll join you as a follower.
After examining the area for bones and a Scrollstand, start moving north to the bandit camp take the left path first, as it'll let you fight a couple more enemies for extra XP , which has been overtaken by Gao's soldiers.
Defeat them to learn a bit more about the drama surrounding Dawn Star - apparently she's managed to escape Gao and flee into a cave nearby.
When you're done interrogating the soldier, you can either let him go, or kill him as your whim strikes. One of the bamboo casks in this area has been trapped.
Since you can't currently tell when chests are trapped, all you can really hope to do is avoid the trap by evading its effects when it goes off.
A high Focus score will help you do so, so before you open these chests, equip any Monk Gems you happen to have.
Ogres are intimidatingly big, but it's not overly difficult to dodge their attacks. When you're ready to find and rescue Dawn Star, head north into the Swamp Cave, dwelling place of Ogres and Toad Demons.
Your path will be blocked by one of Gao's well-timed fireballs, but it's of no matter; you'll at least have confirmation that Dawn Star is still alive.
Take your time exploring the cave and fighting off the Ogres here. These guys have some powerful attacks, so be sure to use your backflip to avoid their power attacks when they start to glow blue, as a single hit will knock a third of your life off in one shot, if not more.
If possible, let the Ogres face you while Zu attacks them from behind - he doesn't deal a lot of damage but can kill them if given enough time.
Before speaking to Chai Jin , it is probably a good idea to check the Player body, spirit and mind to determine which is the highest and lowest.
Speak to him and agree to pay silver to participate in his challenge. He will offer the Player three dishes, each increasing in power as you go along.
For the first dish, choose the one related to your lowest stat, then your second best stat and finally your best stat.
If the Player is still standing, he'll offer one more dish for another silver. The Player can accept and manage to survive, he'll ask how you feel.
If the Player tell him it nearly destroyed you, the Player will stay neutral and receive The Bronze Tongue and experience points. The Player can also get all of your silver back.
If the Player lies and tell him it is safe and he should try it himself, he will eat it and die on the spot. The Player will gain Closed Fist points and experience points.
Then the Player can loot The Bronze Tongue from his corpse. Among these was immunity from prosecution except for capital crimes.
Chai Jin inherits his ancestors' residence in Cangzhou , Hebei , and the danshu tiequan. Lin Chong , Wu Song and Song Jiang have all sought shelter in Chai Jin's residence when they were on the run from the law.
That is because Chai could guarantee them safety with his danshu tiequan , which also bars the authorities from searching his house.
Fairly good in martial arts, Chai is known to open his door to all chivalrous men and will provide them generously with money when they leave.
Many Liangshan outlaws regard him as their protector embedded in high society. Covetous of the mansion of Chai Jin's uncle, Yin has been harassing the family to force them to surrender it for free.
As the old man would not budge, the latter orders his thugs to beat him up. Chai Jin hurries from Cangzhou to Gaotangzhou when told of his uncle's condition, but the latter soon dies from his injuries.
Yin comes again to seize the house. He orders his men to beat Chai Jin, who obstructs his way at the gate. After the Player finished three dishes, Chai Jin offered the Player his most dangerous dish but refused to eat it himself.
In the style of the previous bet, Chai Jin asked for another silver and promised to return the money and add in a bonus prize if the Player remained standing after the meal.
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