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Sun Lian. Fading Moon's Bounty: Track Down Fading Moon. Fading Moon was last seen in the Necropolis. See corresponding section below.
The Tanners Fong: Remove the Elder - silver and Quest 5. You get here as a result of Necropolis Quest Go into the house and talk to the elder tanner.
He's not dead. The son buried him alive in order to claim his inheritance:. Closed Fist Kill the poor old guy. Now he's really dead! Talk to the son, and he rewards you with some silver.
The Tanners Fong: Return to Shen - XP and silver. With a little Intimidation, you can get silver out of Shen for cleaning up his embarrassing little incident.
Shen runs off then. Your work in the Necropolis is done The Outlander: Find the Outlander. Whilst walking along the Golden Way, you are accosted by a man throwing insults at you for no apparent reason.
Speak with him, make him respond rationally, and his master then approaches. His master is none other than the Minister of Culture. It would seem that an outlander is causing considerable grief for the local residents.
He is ensconced in the Scholar's Garden, and you are tasked with getting him to leave. See section on the Scholar's Garden below.
Aishi the Mournful Blade: Track Down the Mournful Blade. An old man tells you of this Aishi, who has apparently committed many crimes against humanity.
He wants you to track her down and kill her. He had followed her, and she was last seen entering the Black Leopard School, which is in the SW part of the city.
Probably more to this than meets the eye. Isn't there always? See section on Black Leopard Scholl below for details.
The Inquisitors: Disgrace Sheng. You get here as a result of Scholar's Garden Quest 3. Henpecked Hou presents you with some turtle eggs, which he suggests you swap for the gift that Sheng is intending to present to Fang.
Closed Fist The Ministry Hostel is in the SE part of the Golden Way. As soon as you enter, you are speaking to Minster Sheng.
Convince him that you should guard his honour gift to Fang while he rests, and you will automatically switch the turtle eggs that Henpecked Hou gave you for whatever the gift originally was.
Minister Fang enters first thing in the morning, and is suitably unimpressed by the turtle eggs, which are considered to be a great insult in these parts.
You get Closed Fist points for disgracing Sheng, but you do fulfill your part of the bargain with the Inquisitor Recruiter. The Inquisitors: Investigate Fang.
Dawn Star thinks you should investigate the affairs of Fang, who according to the Inquisitor Recruiter has a seedy reputation. Open Palm Seek out Gentle Breezes, Fang's courtesan, on the west side of the Imperial Arena.
Say you don't want to kill Fang, just ruin his career. She is reluctant to help you, because although Fang has You may have to part with silver if your conversations skills are not good enough, but she agrees to help you.
She immediately arranges a little rendezvous with Fang, and manages to secure his Imperial signet ring. This is a great potential embarrassment.
Talk to his guards there in the same room, and make it known that you have the ring. They will let you pass. Then it is a simple matter to obtain Fang's Resignation.
You now have Quest 10, and you will gain Open Palm points for solving the problem in this manner. The Inquisitors: Report Back to the Inquisitor.
Return to the encampment. The Inquisitor Recruiter meets you a final time. He informs you that the entrance to the Lotus Assassin Fortress, where you will receive your training, is on the far side of the Necropolis - and now you have access to it.
It must be in that pagoda you discovered if you have previously been to the NE part of the Necropolis. He gives you a Lotus Inquisitor Seal, which is your passport to this place, and bids you good luck and farewell.
You now have Quests 16 and The Play's the Thing: Find an Actor in the Golden Way- Quest It seems that Incisive Chorus' play has been altered from the original script to be made into a satire of the Empire, and he wants you to play the part as it was originally written.
You show him the script that Incisive Chorus gave you and he flings it back at you. But he also gives you the edited version.
The Play's the Thing: Inform Thespian Phong When You Are Ready - silver. There is a script stand nearby where you can look at both versions of the play.
I went with the original version, because I wanted to help out Incisive Chorus. So, memorise your lines thus:. White banners are flying.
You speak of the heavens sending a message at dusk and the night is coming on fast Chorus' version.
A decision was reached at the edge of a great plain. Seasons change from place to place Chorus' version. The Emperor turned to the heavens themselves.
Your character comments on how a shooting star traces a border across the sky. Talk to Phong again, and the play begins In doing so, you don't piss off the Lotus Assassin lurkers, since you stuck to the original politically correct version of the play.
And you please Phong, having read your lines perfectly. Return to Incisive Chorus next. The Play's the Thing: Return to Incisive Chorus - XP and silver.
If you delivered your lines 'correctly', Chorus is well pleased. Jinlin: Meet Jinlin at the Tomb - Quest Just outside the doors that lead to the Golden Way, you will overhear a purveyor talking to a child named Jinlin.
This Purveyor Shouji wants Jinlin to fetch a certain artifact from an emperor's tomb in the Necropolis. Talk to Jinlin then, and you get this quest.
Shouji is holding Jinlin's mother hostage until the artifact is retrieved. The tomb that you agree to meet Jinlin at is in the NW part of the Necropolis, where the two Spirit Fonts are.
Jinlin opens the tomb, and you agree to clear the spirits inside. Jinlin: Clear the Spirits From the Tomb - silver and some valuable gems. Kill the mummies for Jinlin, and then I found silver and an interesting gem in a chest at the end of the corridor: Spirit Harvest More XP from killing ghosts.
No power-ups from killing ghosts. Then open the Inner Sanctum Door and enter. You meet the ghost of an emperor, and he is mighty tough to put down.
You receive another copy of The Wanderer's Jewel for getting rid of him. Then you have to fight your way back out. Infiltrate the Lotus Assassin Fortress: Enter the Fortress.
See section on Lotus Assassin Fortress below. The Emperor and the Assassins: The Lotus Assassin Fortress. Silk Fox will take you to Master Li, but only if you secure the information in the Lotus Assassin Fortress that proves Death's Hand is a traitor to the Empire.
Jinlin: Escape the Tomb - Configuration of the Tiger. Fight your way back out of the tomb. Then Jinlin reads what's written on the artefact recovered from the tomb: "Conductor, cog, and a bit of iron.
Don't play with the tiger". Open Palm Leave Jinlin with the mysterious artifact so that Jinlin may return to Purveyor Shouji and secure the release of her mother.
Closed Fist Demand that she give you the artefact, for Closed Fist points. Jinlin refuses to give it to you for it is her mother's salvation , and flees in terror.
In either case, you now have a copy of the Configuration of the Tiger scroll. It is indeed The Slave Traders: Speak with Zi Bao - Quest Talk to Prefect Jitong on the west side of the Market District to get this quest.
He has two men in custody, both suspected slave traders. He is trying to save his friend Songtao from execution, and thus needs to find evidence to convict the other man he is holding, a certain Chandler Ling.
He suggests you speak with Zi Bao, also a suspected slave trader, in the Imperial Arena. He is somehow connected to Chandler Ling and may be able to shed some light on this matter.
Zi Bao is upstairs in the Imperial Arena. Use whatever conversation skill is your best to convince him to take you to meet the slavers Then you speak to him:.
Open Palm You will have to kill him. But you retrieve Slaver Documents from his body proving it was Chandler Ling that was involved with the slave traders, and not Songtao.
Closed Fist Ask for a cut of the action. Cao Zeng then gives you Forged Slaver Documents that implicate Scholar Songtao instead of Chandler Ling.
You get Closed Fist points for siding with the slavers. And you now have Quest The Slave Traders: Take Evidence to Prefect Jitong - silver.
You present Prefect Jitong with the Slaver Documents, and Scholar Songtao is set free:. Open Palm Whether or not you ask Jitong or Songtao for a reward, you receive Open Palm points and the same amount of silver.
Songtao then invites you to meet him in the Scholar's Garden where he has some items for sale. Perhaps the most useful, for silver, is a gem called Lucky Hand More silver from human enemies.
Everything else you have pretty much seen before. The Slave Traders: Take False Evidence to Prefect - silver. Closed Fist Present the Forged Slaver Documents that Cao Zeng gave you to Jitong, for Closed Fist points.
Chandler Ling is now free, and he promises to reward you with silver and sell you some goods at a discount if you meet him later on in the Golden Way.
You will find Ling on the north side of the Golden Way. As it turns out, he only gives you silver Necropolis The Necropolis is a mysterious graveyard off the west side of the Golden Way.
As you enter the Necropolis, you are immediately attacked by two ghosts. Then First Gravedigger Shen appears, and wants you to permanently put down three bothersome ghosts for him.
He appears to be a bit of a shifty character, but you might as well accept his quest. You thus receive Quests 1, 2, and 3.
Incidentally, you can buy gems from Shen. There are a pair of Sprit Fonts in the far NW part of the Necropolis, through a large gate, should you need to recharge your batteries here.
To find Fading Moon, which is kind of the reason you came here in the first place, head up the steps and through a passage to the east of the place where you met the ghost of Merchant Bai see Quest 2.
You'll find Fading Moon standing on the steps of a building across the square. Only followers of the Way of the Open Palm may use this gem.
The First Gravedigger: A Mournful Ghost - Quest 6. The ghost of Miss Chan can be found in the northern part of the Necropolis, just to the SE of the Tomb of the Forgotten Scholar see Quest 4 :.
Open Palm It appears that her baby was taken from her, and Shen knows something about it. See Quest 6. Closed Fist Destroy the ghost of Miss Chan.
Then see Quest The First Gravedigger: A Fearful Ghost - Quest 8. The ghost of Merchant Bai is just to the south of where Miss Chan was standing see Quest 1.
It appears that he cannot rest because the two men that killed him are also buried here, and they are tormenting his soul, even in death.
They are buried in a common grave to the south of here:. Closed Fist Destroy the ghost of Bai the Merchant, for Closed Fist points.
You now have quest The First Gravedigger: A Vengeful Ghost - Quest The ghost of Ren Ming can be found in the SE part of the Necropolis.
Seems his wife poisoned him, and he wants you to find her:. The Scientist: Mad Wen Zhi - Quest 5. In the north part of the graveyard, to the east, you come upon the Tomb of the Forgotten Scholar.
A mad scientist is in there, and he wants you to find a He tells you that the tomb of Ji Xin, to the north, may contain a body 'fresh' enough to suit his purposes.
So enter the Tomb of Ji Xin then:. Open Palm You can convince him to give up his liver for a good cause.
The Scientist: Return the Liver to Mad Wen - silver. Once you've procured the Preserved Liver see Quest 4 , bring it back to Wen.
He cures his daughter. But if you killed Ji Xin to unwillingly take his liver, the girl is slower to heal and becomes tainted by the evil organ. In either case, you will meet Mad Wen and his daughter later on in the Market District to see the results of your labours firsthand A Mournful Ghost: A Mournful Mother - Quest 7.
Go to First Gravedigger Shen's house, which is just south of where you first met him. The first time you speak to him here, he begs you to rid him of a ghost that is haunting his back garden.
Turns out it was the ghost of his mother-in-law. These are the same effects you get from The Wanderer's Jewel. Anyway, talk to Shen about Miss Chan, and all he remembers is that she died in childbirth along with her baby, and that the baby's name was short.
Definitely less than three words. So head back to the ghost of Miss Chan. Then look at the four family Chan tombstones just in front of her.
Well, only two of them could have been babies. It's the fourth one, Chan Tuo. Talk to her again then show her this grave.
One ghost, put to rest! A Mournful Ghost: Miss Chan at Peace - XP and silver. Now that you've put the ghost of Miss Chan to rest, return to Shen to collect your reward.
A Fearful Ghost: Defeat Bai's Tormentors - Quest 9. Head to the SW from where the ghost of Merchant Bai is standing, and enter the Tomb of the Masses.
Defeat the ghosts of the two evil brothers that killed him. Quest 9 next. A Fearful Ghost: Return to Merchant Bai - Cow Bezoar and Quest Upon returning to Bai after killing his tormentors, he presents you with Used to treat conditions of the blood and circulation.
Well, alright then. Might come in useful somewhere Lord Lao's Furnace, one presumes. He then finds permanent rest. A Fearful Ghost: Return to Shen - XP and silver.
Return to Shen to collect your reward. A Vengeful Ghost: Vengeance Served Cold - Quest Ren Ming's wife lives in the Market District, near the Black Leopard School.
You have to exit the Necropolis, then exit the Golden Way, and make your way to the SW part of the Imperial City.
You will find Ren Feng standing outside her house here. Well, it seems to have been a case of accidental food poisoning after all.
Convince her to visit Ren Ming one more time. She agrees, seeing that you will be there with her to help. The two of you manage to put his soul to rest.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Teahouse Entrance The Teahouse is located in Tien's Landing down a path that leads from the campsite.
Hui the Brave: When the Player first time enter the Teahouse, Hui will approach tbe Player once more and attempt to continue the conversation you had outside.
Old Mother Kwan: The Player can speak to Old Mother Kwan to find out about the Imperial Writ and recieve a quest to investigate the matter.
Ru the Boatswain: Ru the drunkard will be in the Teahouse until the Player speak to Minister Sheng and recieve the quest about raiding the Pirate Base.
Yaoru: Yaoru is one of the potential suitors for Ai Ling in the Boathouse. Dong and Zhong: Dong will approach you and say he is having trouble with his Ogre labourer Zhong.
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.
Kindly Yushan: If the Player have not already gone to the Ruins , then Kindly Yushan will not have much to say. Categories :. Begin by heading out to the west, where a band of Spirit enemies will attack you.
Recall that weapon styles don't damage these fellows, so use your martial or magic styles to take them down.
When they've been defeated, the spirit that schooled you in the Spirit Cave will appear again, and let you know that there are no fewer than four pieces to the Dragon Amulet that you wield, of which you only possess one.
Around the southern road, you'll come to a headstone, which you can break if you wish to take on more enemies. The Convict Ghosts here are powerful, and have the ability to freeze you with ice magic.
You can heal yourself while frozen, but it's best to avoid this fate altogether, as they'll often just repeatedly freeze you to lock you up.
Unfortunately, the bridge to Tien's Landing is raised, forcing you to take a southeastern passage to wrap around to the village, which will lead you to Side Quest: A Woman In Black.
Defeat the mysterious warrior and move on. Ice magic - why'd it have to be ice magic? You'll soon come to the marker stone that Zu mentioned earlier.
One of the arrows points to the right, towards Tien's Landing, but before you head into town, take a left and explore a bit to find another set of Imperial soldiers, doing the bidding of Death's Hand.
A fight here seems impossible to avoid, so destroy the three soldiers, then talk to the fourth that approaches you afterwards. You can get information from him, if you wish, then choose to let him live or kill him for a large alignment swing.
Check the chests in the room behind the soldiers for the Silk Strings plot item, then head into town. After you meet up with Zu again, start walking towards town.
The two women you encounter here will give you two new story quests, both involving Minister Sheng, whom you are supposed to track down in town and talk to.
Spirit Thief is a pretty useful style, and one you'll probably be using for most of the rest of the game. Head into town to meet up with Hui, who will quickly come under attack from a few simple sailors.
Help her defeat them to learn more about what precisely happened at Dirge lo those many years ago - apparently the Emperor, in his desperation to end the Long Drought, managed to not appease the god he had offended, but instead kill it.
The dude's got style. After the lengthy conversation, Hui will teach you the Spirit Thief style. When you're ready to talk to Hui some more, feel free to head into the Teahouse.
You'll immediately be ambushed by multiple sailors, apparently too dumb to know when they're outmatched. All great kung fu movies have a fight scene in a tavern or inn - it's the law - and, true to form, Jade Empire will allow you to use broken tables and chairs as makeshift weapons during the fight here.
If you smash a wooden object by jumping onto it or smashing it in free target mode, you'll be able to walk over the icon that appears and use the wood as a weapon temporarily.
These objects do decent damage, but will disappear after five or six strikes, so make the most of them.
After the fight, Hui will tell you to search the ruins of Old Tien to find the next piece of your Dragon Amulet. You'll need to speak with Minister Sheng to receive permission to head there, though; it seems like many of these quests will be sending you in his direction.
Oh, sorry, did I say 'tasty treat? Before you leave the Teahouse, though, you may wish to walk around and see the sights inside.
There are a few containers to loot; you can pull off the Zhong The Ox Carrier side quest; and you can speak to Chai Jin, the master chef, to complete an optional task.
This isn't a quest, per se, but if you speak to him, he'll challenge you to taste three of his dishes.
It sounds like a fool's bargain, at first; he'll take silver if you get knocked out by the power of his dishes, but if you withstand the culinary assault, you get nothing.
However, if you can survive the first round of tastetesting, Jin will offer up a super-secret dish for your perusal, at the cost of another silver.
If you manage to survive that round, you'll get all of your cash back, as well as a gem. Each of his dishes will take off a certain amount of health, focus, or chi energy.
If any of these attributes drops to zero, you'll lose the game, and your cash. Be sure to save beforehand, obviously. We had a lot of Body score, so we chose for our first two dishes the meals that affected our constitution.
The third dish worked against our Mind, while the fourth, optional dish affected them all. After you survive the fourth dish, you can either tell Chai Jin that it severely weakened you, at which point you'll get your reward, or you can tell him that it didn't seem particularly effective, at which point he'll sample it himself and promptly keel over dead, netting you Closed Fist points and the gem from his body, you sadist.
Before heading down to the main part of town to deal with the Minister, feel free to wander the town and examine the chests and casks in the area for more goodies, or pick up the numerous side quests that you can find in the area.
You can find the Bar of Nickeled Iron plot item in a cask to the west of the teahouse. If you head east from the Teahouse to the Merchant Area, you can speak to the villagers and merchants there to pick up some new quests.
Merchant Cheung will give you Side Quest: The Stolen Memento this only has an Open Palm resolution, so you may want to skip it if you're a Closed Fist character , the Messenger by the gate will offer up Main Quest: The Sickened Forest , and you can also find Minister Sheng, the locus of many of the quests that you've picked up thus far.
You're going to need to speak to Sheng to further the Great Dam and Find A New Flyer Main Quests. He'll reveal who opened the Great Dam, and further reveal that you should speak to Ru the Boatswain in the Teahouse if you're looking to find a new flyer.
Before you can take the river up to the pirate camp, though, you'll want to head out to the Great Dam and find your missing Dragon Amulet piece. Shortly after you speak with Sheng, Merchant Jiang will approach you with a counter-proposal.
He's making a killing off of selling wine to the sailors trapped in town by the low river, and asks you to permanently destroy the dam's mechanics so that it'll be stuck open forever.
In exchange, he offers you a substantial amount of silver. You can already tell what choice will affect your alignment, most likely.
After exploring the rest of the town, you'll be able to follow one of three paths. You can either head to the Dam to find the second piece of the Dragon Amulet, or head into the Forest to see about helping Yun heal the sickened woods there, or talk to Ru the Boatswain and attempt to talk him into taking you to the pirate's camp.
We'll go ahead and deal with the dam first, so head back east of town and walk through the Ruin Gate near the Imperial Army troops you slaughtered earlier.
You'll almost definitely want to bring along Dawn Star, if only because her support ability is going to be much more useful against the enemies that you're going to fight.
After entering the ruins of old Tien, you'll have to fight more Army slugs; luckily, their Lotus Assassin commander will leave the area before you charge in, but not before he has the chance to summon a number of Rat Demons to search the ruins and harry your movement.
With that kind of logic, I'll just give up now! After killing the initial soldiers, you'll receive the Gem of Thief's Sense , which will let you detect trapped chests and casks while you have it equipped.
Whether you use it or not, open the Assassin's Supplies box nearby to find the Dragon Powder , a key item. With that in hand, head south to meet up with a Cowardly Rat Demon.
If you beat him in a fight, he'll offer to tell you where the special gem they're searching for is; it's apparently hidden behind a wall somewhere, which the Assassins are preparing to blow up with rockets and Dragon Powder.
This is part of the Gems In The Quarry sidequest. Since you already have one ingredient, it's time to find the other. Before you start looking around, though, search the bones of Cameo behind the nearby house to find Cameo Portrait.
This is something of a hidden side quest. If you return this to Old Wei, in the Merchant Area of Tien's Landing, then you can either give it to him for Open Palm points, or taunt him by keeping it for a Closed Fist swing.
Further down the path, you'll find more Army fools guarding the rockets. Kill them, then use the Dragon Powder on the rockets and fire them off to destroy the wall.
This sidequest will take you to another area; see the Gems in the Quarry segment of the Side Quests subchapter to learn more.
You can also speak to the orphans in the house to the west here to nab the Drowned Orphans sidequest. After moving down the path a bit, you'll encounter a soldier and an assassin fighting off some ghosts.
One will let slip the command word for the sentry golems on the dam, just before you utterly destroy him. Unfortunately, the assassin will escape across a nearby bridge and raise it, but all you need to do to lower it again is use the crane switch nearby.
Funny how things work out like that some times After one more encounter with your mysterious spiritual advisor, you'll move on to the Soon after you enter this map, you'll come across a little girl.
Before you can get a straight answer as to who she is, she'll transform into Chai Ka, a demon servant intended to test you.
He's a bit upset, though, so instead of testing you, he's going to attempt to kill you. Chai Ka has a number of powerful attacks, the most annoying of which are his power attack, which comes out quite quickly and will knock you down, and an area-of-effect attack which channels his power into the ground and will likewise knock you down.
As a demon, he's also immune to support and magic styles, so stick with your weapon and martial styles to deal damage. His big weakness is a lack of maneuverability, so if you want to take him down, you'd be well advised to sit Dawn Star down in support mode to have her restore your magic while you continually flip over him and quickly strike from the rear, healing as needed or as possible.
He's plenty slow, so you can outrun him and wait for your magic to build back up if you want to use Demon Toad mode to wade into combat.
Nothing could possibly go wrong with this arrangment. After Chai Ka has been defeated, he'll grant you a gem, and tell you that the Lotus Assassins stole the Dragon Amulet part that he was supposed to give you.
He and Wild Flower will join your quest as your third follower. With Chai Ka as a member of your party or one of the other characters, as you please , first head north into the small valley near the exit to the Ruins to find the River of Time technique, then head east to the pagoda to find another chest and a scrollstand.
Before you move on, you'll need to get past the sentry golems that guard passage to the dam controls. You can fight them, although they're monstrously tough; a better plan is to use the code word you overheard earlier Shao Hua and pass by unscathed.
At the bottom of the steps, you'll encounter the dam controls, and you'll be forced to make a choice: you can either close the dam, and please Minister Sheng, as well as earn a reward from Captain Ing and some Open Palm points, or destroy the controls, which will earn you a number of Closed Fist points and the cash reward from Merchant Jiang.
Whichever path you choose, you'll probably have to defeat a Lotus Apprentice and a bevy of guards when you return to the top of the dam.
If you have Chai Ka along in your party, then you'll need to watch his health; although he's powerful, he's quite slow and can be surrounded by foes.
If he's near death, switch him to support and he'll start to replenish your health. This will be a slow replenishment, obviously, but it should be enough to let you use Heavenly Wave and Spirit Thief to leech back some Chi power from one of your foes until you can heal Chai Ka back up and get him back to Attack mode.
Whichever action you took with the dam, it's time to return to Tien's Landing and report your findings. Head across the drawbridge and south towards town to meet up with Silk Fox again.
She'll tell you that only Lord Yun, the Imperial soldier tasked with cleaning up the Sickened Forest, has a wind map. This opens up the Silk Fox side quest.
When you return to town, now would be a good time to talk to Dawn Star and Zu while they stand around in the camp. Just speak with them and explore their new conversation trees; you may find yourself sowing the seeds of future romance by listening to them talk.
You can also talk to Wild Flower, if you wish. If you opened the dam, then be sure to speak to both Minister Sheng and Captain Ing to receive your rewards; if you forced the dam open, then Merchant Jiang will have your just desserts waiting for you.
In addition to that overarching quest, you can also return the Cameo Portrait to Old Wei in the Merchant Area, track down Kindly Yushan in the Teahouse for the Drowned Orphans quest, and finish off any of the side quests you previously left undone.
When you're ready to move on, meet with Ru the Boatswain in the upper floor of the teahouse and persuade him to meet you down by the docks.
With that accomplished, talk to him at Beggar's Pier and get him to take you to the pirate's lair downstream. The Pirates apparently hold the key to flying technology, so you'll need to infiltrate their base to get back to the air.
Gao the Greater also apparently resides here, so you can also use this trip as retribution for what happened at Two Rivers. The washed-up pirate you run across after the opening cutscene here will offer you a choice: you can either pull the rope suspending the cannon above the bridge to kill all of the pirates on it, as well as the innocent sweeping boy Closed Fist ; or you can just run around and kill them all the old-fashioned way, which doesn't seem to have an alignment shift.
Be careful, though, as they pack long swords, and the woman wields a style that can Disorient you and prevent you from attacking with each hit.
You will get 1, XP for using the cannon, though, which seems to be a bit more than you get for fighting the guys. This is going to be one of the biggest fights you've yet come up against, so get into it and stay frosty.
With the bridge-soldiers out of the way, you can follow the path to the northeast, where you'll encounter a large group of six or seven pirates that will have to be fought en masse.
This is going to be a tough fight, no doubt about it, so you'll probably want to have either Chai Ka or Dawn Star along for their support abilities.
If you've got the Chi for it, then Demon Toad might be a good way to start the fight, as it'll let you slash at multiple foes and poison them all, but you don't want to stay in it too long, as you'll usually wind up being flanked or attacked from the rear by sword-wielders.
With Chai Ka or Dawn Star along, though, you can set them to restore your health or Chi powers, which should let you just run away from your foes until you're strong enough to re-enter the fray.
With that fight out of the way, you may want to return to the Spirit Font near Pirate Cheung and restore your health and Chi before returning to the path and heading around to meet Sky, who's working on freeing the slaves of the pirates.
He'll drag you into battle with him, so fight off another group of pirates to learn his story - it appears that he's here to fight Gao the Greater for some personal reason, and offers to help you open the door leading to the upper levels of the camp.
You can also get the Yifong and Fuyao side quest by speaking to the female slave that he freed. One flight of punches, coming right up. As you pass further up the pirate camp, you'll eventually come to a large building, within which you'll eavesdrop on Inspector Lim and Gao the Greater speaking with Mistress Jia, the woman who instigated the assault on Two Rivers.
It would appear the Lim does indeed have the Dragon Amulet fragment you've been looking for, but is soon to depart the area. Of more short-term interest is the notice of a new long-range Flyer that Kang the Mad is soon to finish construction on.
If you could get your hands on that, you could get to the Imperial City in no time! When you enter the building and destroy the pirates within, you'll be able to converse with Kang - apparently he yearns to be free of the yoke of Gao, and offers to give you the flyer he's constructed, as well as help you in your cause, if you take Gao out.
Sounds like a plan. Further up the steps, you'll come to another group of pirates and a fork in the road. Head to the northwest to resolve the Yifong and Fuyao quest, or just head northeast to meet up with Gao.
You'll need to get past these guys to get to Gao. After entering the workshop and attempting to cross it, you're going to need to fight a couple of waves of enemies.
The first will consist of lesser and greater Rat Demons; watch out for the greater demons' fireball attacks. The second wave features numerous pirates and an ogre, so do your best to stay away from the Ogre's power attacks while dispatching the lesser foes in his midst.
As per usual, Dawn Star's support mode will be helpful in building up Chi for healing or for chi attacks. When you can isolate the ogre, flip over its head and attack it from behind to finish it off.
When the area is clear, check the vases and boxes here for items; one of the scrollstands has the Configuration of the Horse plot item.
When you've cleared the room, head up to the uppermost section of the pirate cove to meet up with a new friend. Gao is going to come at you with a few flunkies in tow, but he's the most dangerous enemy in the room, obviously.
If you have Dawn Star in tow, you may want to just set her into support mode and use Frog Demon's power attack to poison the flunkies and weaken them before you flip over to your weapon or martial style and pick them off.
If you can get Gao into a one-on-one fight, he should be easy to kill. When you can get Gao off by himself, you'll have to deal with his attacks, which will mostly consist of icebolts, fireballs, and the power attack of fire magic, which summons a large snake to Immolate you you should be familiar with this from when his son did it.
One of his favorite tricks is to block, then wait for you to start a power attack before pelting you with ice bolts. Beyond the obvious tip of staying maneuverable, you'll probably want to keep in close to Gao and use your weapon style with chi strikes to drain his health and prevent him from getting into an offensive rhthym.
If you can get him into a one-on-one or two-on-one matchup, he shouldn't be too difficult to take down. When Gao's been killed, Sky will join your party as a follower, Kang will get the Magnificent Dragonfly up and running, and you'll be able to check one of the chests in Gao's little villa for the Zither Case , part of the Zither of Discord sidequest.
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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