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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. If the Player have not already gone to the Ruins , then Kindly Yushan will not have much to say.
But once you have recieved the quest from Bin and Miao , the Player can either choose to persuade him to come and bury their bones for Open Palm points or kill him and take his head for Closed Fist points.
As you are speaking to her, you receive another visitation Now you have to choose whether to aid the Forest Shadow in defeating her foe, the evil manifestation that is known as The Mother see Quest 5 , or kill her Quest 6.
The Sickened Forest: Enter the Portal - XP, Quest 7, and Open Palm points. Open Palm You accept the Forest Shadow's challenge to defeat The Mother.
You must return to the Inn, where she will open a passage to The Mother's lair. Fox Hunt: Kill the Forest Shadow - Quest Closed Fist Attack the Forest Shadow.
She creates a few spirits in the image of herself to distract you, and then flees. The Sickened Forest: Destroy the Mother - Quest 8.
Once you arrive back at the Inn, you are greeted by a bizarre welcoming party. Defeat them, and talk to the cook, Henpecked Hou.
He will teach you the unique style called Drunken Master. Then he tells you that the hill heaved a short while ago and dislodged a panel in the kitchen, granting access to The Mother's cave through there.
Of course, that was the Forest Shadow's doing! You now have Quest 8. Cannibals in the Inn: The Mother - XP plus Brilliant Gem of Balance and silver.
Head into the kitchen at the back of the Inn, and through the now open panel into a tunnel. Step on the platform to the right to go down to the caves.
As forewarned by Hou, there are more cannibals here. Head through the tunnel to the SE, and confront some rat demons unleashed by a trainer. Then head through another tunnel to the west.
Cross a bridge, and more of the little blighters to fight. Then Hou joins you again. Instead of heading back to Tien's Landing, he decided he didn't want to miss out on all the fun.
So you can use Drunken Master now. You don't appear to be able to put any style points against this style, but no need to as it's pretty powerful as is.
When you head through the next tunnel to the NW, you finally encounter You are left to fight her on your own, while your followers hold off the little guys.
All you need do is knock down the three pillars that are holding up the roof of this cavern, and the whole thing collapses, allowing you to make your escape.
And you now have Quest 9. The Sickened Forest: Return to Lord Yun - XP and a wind map. After defeating either The Mother or the Forest Shadow, head back down the steps and speak to Lord Yun.
If you ask him for an additional reward, and you have at least 30 points in one of your conversation skills, you can get silvers out of him.
In any case, he presents you with a copy of his wind map. Closed Fist Encourage him to visit the Pilgrim's Rest Inn, which you know to be infested with cannibals, for Closed Fist points.
Well, now all we need is a flyer. Time to tackle Tien's Landing Quest Go to the teahouse and talk to Ru the Boatswain.
Fox Hunt: Track Down the Fox - XP. Closed Fist You have decided to kill the Forest Shadow, and she has fled her place in Heaven.
You have to fight all her minions on the way back down the hill, and then make sure you have enough Health and Chi left to defeat her when you reach the bottom.
I suggest you use Spirit Thief, or you will be lost. Once you defeat the Forest Shadow, you are returned to the Pilgrim's Rest Inn.
You don't seem to receive any silver after all. You also get Henpecked Hou, who becomes one of your followers and teaches you the style Drunken Master.
You now have Quest 9. Chapter 3 Wherein the Imperial City is revealed, Silk Fox reveals her station, And the Lotus Assassins are infiltrated.
The Marvellous Dragonfly bears you away from Tien's landing toward the Imperial City. The fall of Gao the Greater and Assassin Lim will have far-reaching consequences, and your enemy will not let your actions go unanswered.
Terrible forces gather ahead, and as you draw close, they will leave their mark as surely as you have left yours. Imperial City Immediately upon arrival, you are accosted by two guards.
Just as you are resigning yourself to a few days in jail, an attractive woman and her entourage appear. It is none other than Silk Fox, better known as Princess Lian!
She gets you off the hook, and hands you a note explaining where you can meet her for a private chat. You now have Quest 1.
As you leave the area where your followers are encamped, head east and talk to Captain Sen at the end of the path. You get Quests 2 and 3 as a result.
After completing both bounty quests for Captain Sen, you will be approached by an old man, who gives you an unofficial bounty.
During the proceedings here, you will eventually bump into a playwright called Incisive Chorus on the Golden way.
Be sure to seek out the Blacksmith Shop in the Market District. You can purchase the following items of note here:. Technique Cost What you get Storm Dragon Style silver A support style that does damage to your foes over time using electricity.
This augments your existing sword style if you have one, so you don't need to spend any more style points.
This augments your existing staff style if you have one, so you don't need to spend any more style points. A Bar of Nickled Iron silver Steel, actually.
Read some more about it from the Configuration of the Snake scroll that you took from the Scroll stand at the entrance to the Scholar's Garden.
This Nickled Iron is one possible type of fuel for Lord Lao's Furnace. See note below. At some time during your experiences here, Mechanic Hin Goo will appear near your flyer.
If you fly a mission for him to get some parts, he will sell you upgrades to your flyer. Note: after flying a few mini-game missions, you will gain access to Lord Lao's Furnace.
The various 'configuration' scrolls Configuration of the Snake, et. If you're into this mini-game thing, then feel free to knock yourself out!
Silk Fox: The Heavenly Lily - Scholar's Garden Quests 1 and 2. Silk Fox is none other than the daughter of the Emperor himself. Wow, you are mixing with dangerous company!
The note says to meet her in the Scholar's Garden. Talk to Bai the Outcrier there, and you learn that you get to the Scholar's Garden via the Golden Way, which is all the way to the SE on your map.
Creative Yukong's Bounty: Speak with Lady Rento. Talk to Captain Sen, and you receive two bounties. By using your conversation skills, you can talk him into giving you a bigger reward.
For this particular bounty, you're best off going to the Imperial Arena to the west and seeking out Lady Rento. Lord Rento was taken in by this conman, and it is likely that in Lord Rento's absence, Lady Rento is the only one with a possible lead on him.
See section on Imperial Arena below for details. 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.
Another wave of enemies will come at you here, with another wave coming after that. The second wave will feature Gao's Lieutenant, who wields claws and lightning attacks that can shock you.
Dawn Star will likely get beat up by him if you attempt to take on the minions first, but that's not such a bad thing; if you monitor her health and flip her over to Support mode before she dies, she'll be able to continually restore your Chi, allowing you to heal yourself or blast away with your magic style.
When the Lieutenant and his minions die, Jing Woo will appear, and tell you with his last dying breath that Death's Hand, a close lieutenant of the Emperor, was responsible for this offense, and that Master Li was taken away shortly before he arrived.
After the conversation, you'll blast off in your ship for another trading town. On your way out, you can choose to engage in another mini-game of ship battling, if you wish, or just head straight to your destination.
After obtaining this quest from the merchant in the swamps, head to the northeast of his position to find three bandits harrying a woman.
If you rescue them, you'll be able to free the woman, as well as the merchant's cow, which is the real flower that he was referring to - lololpwned.
Accept your reward and get moving. After your conversation with Master Li, you can inspect the statue of the Lions of Two Rivers, which interacts with the three lion figurines you can find in a nearby chest.
You can't do much with it yet, save mimic the colored lights that flash when you approach the altar, but keep the figurines anyway.
When you have some silver in your pocket, take the path leading north of the school to the grounds where two students were formerly sparring.
There's a small tomb here which, if you place a single silver coin into its mouth, will yield another lion figurine. If you approach the alter in Master Li's house again, you can use this figurine on the statue, which will change the sphere to a greenish color.
Here's the steps to earn your reward:. This puzzle is simple to solve when you have the figurine of the head. Place blue and yellow. Sphere turns orange.
Remove blue, place red. Sphere turns purple. Remove yellow, place blue. After you obtain this quest from Smiling Mountain, talk to Kia Min near the steps leading to Master Li's house.
She'll tell you that she's been injured, and cannot spar you until she's been healed. In order to help speed her recovery, you'll need to travel back to Old Ming at the beach and learn about the two grasses that you can give her: red silk grass will bind the wound and allow her to actually heal, while bearded tongue grass will just deaden the pain, allowing her to believe that she's been healed, but not doing much besides acting as anasthesia.
Your choice is fairly clear; if you want to actually heal Kia Min, get the red silk grass and give it to her; if you're traveling the path of the Closed Fist, though, and don't particularly care about her physical well-being, get the bearded tongue grass.
You should be able to knock Fan Do down to 20 silver on the sell price, and if you're particularly bad, you can get Kia Min to pay you 50 silver for the herb when you return to her.
When you've either healed or sabotaged Kia Min's body, return to Smiling Mountain and ask him to spar. If you can defeat Kia Min and four other students simultaneously using your area effect abilities to knock them off their feet , then you'll gain the Alloyed Body technique, which will net you five extra Health and Focus.
If you gave Kia Min the bearded grass, then you'll earn more points in the Closed Fist path. After you return from your trip through the Spirit Cave, you can rub in the fact that you won for extra-evilly goodness.
How, by dying a horribly painful death? There's a man standing on the beach near Old Ming after the encounter with the bandits there.
If you speak to him, he'll tell you that he's in hoc to Gao the Greater for the princely sum of 20 silver. You can either help him out by giving him the money he owes Open Palm or tell him to solve his own problems Closed Fist.
If you choose the latter path, he'll reappear in a fight between you and some of Gao's goons later on, allowing you to kill him. Either way you go, you should be able to get and resolve this side-quest within the course of one conversation.
After your crash landing, it'll be up to you and a teammate of your choice to find the town of Tien's Landing and somehow obtain a wind map and a new flyer to resume your journey.
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.
If players complete both wagers with Chai Jin in the teahouse of Tien's Landing , they can collect the gem. Categories :. Thunderous Taoran. Zi Bao.
Master Radiant. Master Smiling Hawk. First Brother Kai. Third Brother Renshan. Fourth Brother Yu. Fifth Brother Shangjin. Sixth Brother Gaoshan.
Whispering Willow. Aishi the Mournful Blade. Beggar Song. Incisive Chorus. Minister of Culture. Servant Ji. Thespian Phong.
Sir Roderick. Philosopher Jiao. Philosopher Shendao. Scholar Cai. Scholar Dongow. Scholar Gu. Scholar Heng. Scholar Kongyu. Scholar Zenyu. Scholar Zou.
Tong Wei. Gravedigger Shen. Fading Moon. Ji Xin. Mad Wen Zhi. Even in the Imperial City, not one person could stomach as many as two of his dishes.
When the Player approached his shop and asked to try the food, Chai Jin made a bet. He asked the Player for silver to cover expenses, with the idea that if the Player could eat three dishes without fainting Chai Jin would return the money.
After the Player finished three dishes, Chai Jin offered the Player his most dangerous dish but refused to eat it himself.