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Quiz about Star Wars Best of PC

"Star Wars: Best of PC" Trivia Quiz


"Star Wars Best of PC" was released in 2006 and featured some of the greatest "Star Wars" games from the previous five years (one from each year). It has a variety of genres and is all fun. He's a quiz, five questions per game, on this great set of games

A multiple-choice quiz by qrayx. Estimated time: 6 mins.
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Author
qrayx
Time
6 mins
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Multiple Choice
Quiz #
286,733
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
25
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Question 1 of 25
1. "Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast" (2002). In this game you take the role of Kyle Katarn, a mercenary who works for the New Republic, taking on the most bizarre and dangerous jobs. Who is your partner in this game? Hint


Question 2 of 25
2. Naturally, as the title suggests, in "Jedi Knight II" you get a lightsaber, although not until you're a few missions into the game. Where do you acquire your lightsaber? Hint


Question 3 of 25
3. "Jedi Knight II" features quite a cast from the original "Star Wars" trilogy. Of the following, who is not seen in this game? Hint


Question 4 of 25
4. On your adventure through this game you get to travel to quite a few well-known Star Wars locals. Which of the following planets do you not ever get to visit in "Jedi Knight II"? Hint


Question 5 of 25
5. Of the four main antagonist in "Jedi Knight II," which one does NOT die? Hint


Question 6 of 25
6. "Knights of the Old Republic" (2003) Where do you start your Jedi training? Hint


Question 7 of 25
7. In "Knights of the Old Republic", what is the name of the ship you and your party use to travel across the galaxy? Hint


Question 8 of 25
8. What is the name of the galaxy spanning corporation that had an outpost on many planets you visit in "Knights of the Old Republic"? Hint


Question 9 of 25
9. Which of the following is not a Jedi class in "Knights of the Old Republic"? Hint


Question 10 of 25
10. Who is the main antagonist of this game? Hint


Question 11 of 25
11. "Battlefront" (2004) Which two factions have heavy walker units? Hint


Question 12 of 25
12. What is the only planet to have three maps situated on it in "Battlefront"? Hint


Question 13 of 25
13. "This is Ben Astar of the Rebel Alliance. Is anyone reading me? We are under attack and need reinforcements. The Imperials blasted our position in the courtyard with their Star Destroyer in orbit. The rest of us ran inside and took up positions in the carbon freezing chamber. I don't think the Imps are going to wait long to come and get us, so if there's anyone out there who can help, now's the time."

Where is this "Battlefront" trooper reporting from?
Hint


Question 14 of 25
14. In "Battlefront", which map can only be played in one era (Clone Wars or Galactic Civil War)? Hint


Question 15 of 25
15. Can you play as heroes in "Battlefront"?


Question 16 of 25
16. "Republic Commando" (2005). What is the name of the squad you control in this game? Hint


Question 17 of 25
17. Which attachment for the DC-17 do you acquire last in "Republic Commando"? Hint


Question 18 of 25
18. Apart from the CIS, what other enemies do you have in "Republic Commando"? Hint


Question 19 of 25
19. How many droids does a single droid dispenser hold in "Republic Commando"? Hint


Question 20 of 25
20. In "Republic Commando", which of the following is NOT one of your names? Hint


Question 21 of 25
21. "Empire at War" (2006) When is this game set in the Star Wars time line? Hint


Question 22 of 25
22. How can you increase the money you get from a planet in "Empire at War"? Hint


Question 23 of 25
23. In "Empire at War", which campaign comes first (in chronological order)? Hint


Question 24 of 25
24. How can the Rebel Alliance destroy the Death Star in "Empire at War"? Hint


Question 25 of 25
25. What expansion was released for "Empire at War"? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast" (2002). In this game you take the role of Kyle Katarn, a mercenary who works for the New Republic, taking on the most bizarre and dangerous jobs. Who is your partner in this game?

Answer: Jan Ors

Jan Ors was part of the "Dark Forces/Jedi Knight" series since the beginning. She was the one who recommended Kyle to Mon Mothma, even though he was an ex-imperial officer. She would later be Kyle's partner in the mercenary duo, as the technical expert and pilot.

Wedge Antilles was a well-known pilot, famous for surviving two Death Star battles, the Battle of Hoth, and many other engagements. He also was part of the original Rogue Squadron, and was the founder for the new one.

Dash Rendar was a smuggler featured in the "Shadows of the Empire" novel and game (as the player character).

Carth Onasi was a character from the "Knights of the Old Republic" as the first permanent character to join your party (second character after Trask Ulgo, but he died at the beginning of the game).
2. Naturally, as the title suggests, in "Jedi Knight II" you get a lightsaber, although not until you're a few missions into the game. Where do you acquire your lightsaber?

Answer: The Jedi Academy

After you visited Kejim and Artus Prime, you made your way on over to the Jedi Academy on Yavin IV where you retrained yourself in the ways of The Force before you went out adventuring. At the end of the course, you found your lightsaber under a cage, and had to use The Force to retrieve it.
3. "Jedi Knight II" features quite a cast from the original "Star Wars" trilogy. Of the following, who is not seen in this game?

Answer: Chewbacca

Luke Skywalker was encountered at a few points in the game, and even fought by your side against the Imperial Remnant. Mon Mothma was seen in a cut scene, and her character model is available for multiplayer. Lando Calrissian (voiced by Billy Dee Williams, the original actor) was found in a cell on Nar Shaddaa and helped you in your quest to find Jan.

Chewbacca was not in "Jedi Knight II," but he was in "Jedi Academy" as an NPC that helped Jaden Korr in the first mission.
4. On your adventure through this game you get to travel to quite a few well-known Star Wars locals. Which of the following planets do you not ever get to visit in "Jedi Knight II"?

Answer: Tatooine

In "Jedi Knight II", the first planet you visited from the above mentioned was Yavin IV, to go to the Jedi Academy and relearn your Force abilities. After that, you traveled to Nar Shaddaa to investigate Reelo Baruk, a Rodian that claimed to be an honest businessman.

After you freed Lando Calrissian from one of his holding cells, the story took you to Bespin, where Lando used to be the administrator (Seen in "The Empire Strikes Back"). Tatooine is not seen in "Jedi Knight II", but is visited in the sequel, "Jedi Academy".
5. Of the four main antagonist in "Jedi Knight II," which one does NOT die?

Answer: Tavion Axmis

The first antagonist was Reelo, who claimed to be an honest businessman who ran a garbage disposal company. As everyone knows, no one on Nar Shaddaa is totally legitimate. He tried to stop you as you were leaving on Lando's yacht, the Lady Luck, with a team of mercenaries by his side. The Lady Luck's laser cannons made short work of them, and the rather large Rodian, though.

The next enemy you encountered was Tavion Axmis, who you fought on Bespin. In a final gamble to save her life, she bargained to tell Kyle that Jan Ors was actually alive (Kyle, the player character, was a little upset during the time he thought Jan was dead). Kyle let her run off to hide from her master's wrath. Tavion would later appear in "Jedi Academy" as the main antagonist.

The third major enemy was Galak Fyyar, an admiral of the Imperial Remnant. His ship was the Doomgiver, where Jan was being held captive. He was a scientist, of sorts, as well, and in your battle with him aboard his custom Star Destroyer, he wore a powered suit, making it quite difficult to defeat him. In defeating Fyyar, you also destroyed the Doomgiver, but not before it could launch its attack pods to the surface of Yavin IV to assault the Jedi Academy located there.

On Yavin IV, after hacking your way through stormtroopers, swamp troopers, dark troopers, etc. you found Desann in an underground labyrinth loaded with traps. The fight with Desann was just another classic battle of lightsabers and The Force, although substantially more difficult than any previous fight. Upon defeating Desann, you win the game.
6. "Knights of the Old Republic" (2003) Where do you start your Jedi training?

Answer: Dantooine

Dantooine was the location of the Jedi Enclave. It was here that your character went through weeks of training to use the force, combat with a lightsaber, etc. all while memorizing the philosophies of the Jedi (although, this is all condensed into a single cut scene). Dantooine was where you found the first Star Map that lead you to four other planets on your quest to find the Star Forge and stop the Sith Empire from conquering the galaxy.
7. In "Knights of the Old Republic", what is the name of the ship you and your party use to travel across the galaxy?

Answer: Ebon Hawk

The Ebon Hawk's previous owner was Davik Kang, leader of the crime syndicate, The Exchange. You infiltrated Davik's base and steal this ship when leaving Taris, just as the Sith began to bombard the planet from orbit.

The Endar Spire was the capital ship that you started your game on. It was destroyed in a brief battle above Taris at the beginning of the game.

The Hidden Bek is not actually a ship in the game. The Hidden Beks were a swoop gang found on the lower levels of Taris that you aided. They were in a gang war with the Black Vulkars.

The Raven's Claw was the ship that Kyle Katarn used in "Jedi Knight II".
8. What is the name of the galaxy spanning corporation that had an outpost on many planets you visit in "Knights of the Old Republic"?

Answer: Czerka Corporation

Czerka (pronounced "Zer-kah") Corporation could be found on three planets in "Knights of the Old Republic"". On Tatooine, they ran a mining operation, and regulated who was allowed outside the gates of Anchorhead. On Korriban, they owned the only spaceport on the planet.

They also tried to mine on Korriban, but that operation did not do too well. Instead, they merely supplied the Sith Academy located there. Czerka could also be found on Kashyyyk, although they named the planet Edean. On Kashyyyk, they captured and sold the Wookiees into slavery and even planted a Wookiee sympathetic to their cause as chieftain.

This chieftain, Chuundar, was the brother of Zaalbar, the Wookiee in your party. Depending on whether you chose the light side or dark side, you either killed Chuundar and helped free the Wookiee population from slavery, or you killed Freyyr, his father, and kept the Wookiees subdued.
9. Which of the following is not a Jedi class in "Knights of the Old Republic"?

Answer: Monitor

There are two extremes in the Jedi classes: the Consular and the Guardian.

One end is the Jedi Consular, which focuses heavily on diplomatic skills and education in The Force. The Consulars normally used green lightsabers. The other extreme is the Guardian, who traditionally wielded blue lightsabers. They relied on combat training, and skill with a lightsaber. The intermediate class that was in the middle of the spectrum was the Sentinel. They generally had a good blend of combat ability, knowledge of The Force, as well as many non-Force related talents and traits, such as computer use and stealth. Sentinels generally wielded yellow lightsabers.
10. Who is the main antagonist of this game?

Answer: Darth Malak

Darth Malak used to be the apprentice of Darth Revan, until he betrayed his master and took command of the Sith fleet. He was a truly evil character, but cowardly, too. When you confronted him for the final showdown, he continued to hamper you by sending hordes of droids, soldiers, and Sith apprentices at you. When you do finally face the man himself, he periodically ran off to siphon the life force out of helpless, captive Jedi apprentices that he had kidnapped when he attacked the Jedi outpost on Dantooine. However, you could have destroyed his ability to do this by attacking the holding chambers of the Jedi, and once that was done, Malak should have no longer been a problem for a level 20 Jedi.

Also, if you find that normal attacks and force powers don't seem to be too effective, try using grenades. You had probably picked up quite a few when hacking apart all his minions.

Darth Bane was a Sith Lord who would appear two hundred years after the events in "Knights of the Old Republic". He was the Sith that introduced the rule of two. The rule of two states that there should only ever be two Sith, a master who has power, and an apprentice to crave it. For the cycle to continue, it is expected that the apprentice will always try to prove his worth by striking down his master and taking his place as Sith Lord, and to select a new apprentice for him/herself. If the apprentice fails, the master merely selects a new apprentice to train.

Tyber Zann was the faction leader of the Zann Consortium in the "Empire at War" expansion.
11. "Battlefront" (2004) Which two factions have heavy walker units?

Answer: The Imperials and the Republic

Heavy walker units are heavily armed and armored transports. They can also act as a command point while they are functional. The Imperial's walker is the AT-AT, the four-legged walkers seen in "The Empire Strikes Back" during the Battle of Hoth. The Republic walker is the AT-TE, a smaller machine, but with more lasers, with six legs.

It was used extensively through the Clone Wars and made its debut at the Battle of Geonosis in "Attack of the Clones".
12. What is the only planet to have three maps situated on it in "Battlefront"?

Answer: Tatooine

Most planets have either one or two maps on them, while Tatooine is the only one to have three. The three maps include: Mos Eisley, The Dune Sea, and Jabba's Palace. It used to only have two, but a third (Jabba's Palace) was added with a patch to the game after it was released. The "Best of PC" version of "Battlefront" comes with the map already installed.
13. "This is Ben Astar of the Rebel Alliance. Is anyone reading me? We are under attack and need reinforcements. The Imperials blasted our position in the courtyard with their Star Destroyer in orbit. The rest of us ran inside and took up positions in the carbon freezing chamber. I don't think the Imps are going to wait long to come and get us, so if there's anyone out there who can help, now's the time." Where is this "Battlefront" trooper reporting from?

Answer: Bespin: Cloud City

This Bespin map consists mostly of a large central courtyard lined with high walkways with command points situated both at "ground level" and on the walkways. There is also a small interior portion to this level where the carbon freezing chamber is located (The place Han Solo was encased in carbonite in "The Empire Strikes Back").

All snipers in "Battlefront" have a droid for their alternate secondary attack. The little droid hovers around, has a weak laser, and a single shot will destroy it. However, the droid's secondary attack is the ability to call down an orbital bombardment on its location. The lasers are fired from orbit are strong, but their splash damage is minimal. They are best used on heavy walker units, or on fixed positions (like enemy troopers guarding a command point).
14. In "Battlefront", which map can only be played in one era (Clone Wars or Galactic Civil War)?

Answer: Kamino: Platforms

Most planets in "Battlefront" have two maps. This is because in the Galactic Conquest mode, the maps alternate depending on whether you are attacking a planet, defending a planet, and what its status is (friendly, neutral, or hostile). However, there are also four endpoints (two for each era) for a Galactic Conquest.

These maps are used as the final map in a Galactic Conquest game, and can only be attacked once the attacking faction has control of all the other planets. These four planets include Hoth: Echo Base (The Rebel Alliance), Endor: Bunker (The Empire), Geonosis: Spire (The Confederacy), and Kamino: Platforms (The Republic).
15. Can you play as heroes in "Battlefront"?

Answer: No

Heroes are present in "Battlefront", but you cannot play as them. They can either be turned on for Instant Acton, or be used as a bonus in Galactic Conquest. The heroes are Count Dooku, Mace Windu, Luke Skywalker, and Darth Vader. They all wield lightsabers and can take out any trooper with a single strike.

They also do not take damage, so the only thing to do when you encounter one is to run. One way to kill a hero is to land a ship on it, but this is quite difficult to do, and he will just respawn. You can play as heroes in the sequel, "Battlefront II", each of which has his/her own special abilities.
16. "Republic Commando" (2005). What is the name of the squad you control in this game?

Answer: Delta

All the squads in "Republic Commando", as well as trooper designations, are named after Greek letters. Omega squad was the squad featured in the Republic Commando novel series. You could hear references to other squads through the game, but you never encountered any.
17. Which attachment for the DC-17 do you acquire last in "Republic Commando"?

Answer: Anti-Armor

There were three attachments for your primary weapon in this game. The first was the Blaster attachment, which you started off with. It was a basic assault weapon capable of a high rate of fire. The next attachment you got was the Sniper attachment, which held fewer, but stronger rounds, and had two zoom functions: a 10X and a 20X.

The last attachment was the Anti-Armor attachment which was a grenade launcher. The rounds did considerable damage (you could take out a super battle droid with a single round) and had a decent blast radius. You could only hold four of them at a time, however.
18. Apart from the CIS, what other enemies do you have in "Republic Commando"?

Answer: Trandoshans

Introduced in the second act of the game, Trandoshans were reptilian aliens. They attacked and took over the RAS Prosecutor and were planning to trade it to the Separatists in exchange for battle droids. Trandoshans were creatures that were quite fond of capturing Wookiees and skinning them for their pelts.

The last act in Republic Commando was on Kashyyyk, the Wookiee home world, where you had to fight the Trandoshans, Confederate droids, and Geonosians.
19. How many droids does a single droid dispenser hold in "Republic Commando"?

Answer: Infinite

Droid Dispensers were quite nasty. They would continue to produce droids until destroyed. Battle droid dispensers were not too difficult as battle droids are weak and easily defeated. However, Droideka and Super Battle Droids were substantially much tougher foes, and trying to destroy their dispensers while keeping them all at bay could be a challenge at times.

The most common way to destroy a dispenser was to plant a charge on it and press the detonator, though there were occasionally alternative ways to destroy them, such as using an AT-TE.
20. In "Republic Commando", which of the following is NOT one of your names?

Answer: Orange

Your designation was RC-1138 (a reference to "THX 1138", George Lucas' first movie, and a line that has been used and referenced to in many of his films since) which is just shortened to Thirty-Eight. Every member of your squad has a designation, but is only referred to by the last two digits. Scorch is Six-Two, Fixer is Forty, or Four-Oh, and Sev is Oh-Seven.

Each member of the squad also has a nickname that is used amongst each other. Yours is "Boss" as the leader of the squad.

Sometimes the adviser or your squad mates will call you Lead, or Delta Lead.

Each member also has a different colour scheme for their suits, and yours is orange, though you will never be referred to as such.
21. "Empire at War" (2006) When is this game set in the Star Wars time line?

Answer: Between "Revenge of the Sith" and "A New Hope"

The storyline does not actually line up with the movies, but it is close. The campaign starts off with a small, budding Rebel Alliance against the incredibly strong Empire. A few hints that indicate the time period include the fact that the Death Star has not yet been constructed (although the payer can do this if playing the Empire) and Alderaan is still in one piece.

While battles can be fought on famous battlegrounds, such as the space above Yavin, or Hoth, or Endor, these are merely normal battles, and have no more significance than any other battle in the game. Also, any planet can be destroyed by the Death Star, and in the Imperial campaign, your final objective is to destroy five Rebel-held planets, including Hoth.

The time line starts off some time before events seen in "A New Hope" but after that, it is entirely up to the player as to how history is made.
22. How can you increase the money you get from a planet in "Empire at War"?

Answer: Build a mining facility

Each planet has a base amount of credits that it will supply on a daily basis, but you can increase this by adding mining facilities. Mining facilities take up one build point, so if you need a planet as a recruitment center, or if you need space to put Ion Cannons or base shields, building mining facilities on them could hinder your efforts.
23. In "Empire at War", which campaign comes first (in chronological order)?

Answer: They take place at the same time

The campaigns take place during the same time-period and sometimes have similar objectives. One example is when both the Empire and Alliance are attempting to capture a particular pirate. Despite having different outcomes for similar events, the campaign is designed to continue regardless.

The final objective in the Imperial campaign is having the Death Star destroy five specific worlds, while the Rebel Alliance's is to destroy the Death Star once it has been created.
24. How can the Rebel Alliance destroy the Death Star in "Empire at War"?

Answer: The Rebels must win a battle at which both the Death Star and Red Squadron are present.

Red Squadron was the X-Wing Squadron in the Battle of Yavin in "A New Hope". It is a hero unit in space fights, and has to be present during a battle in which the Death Star is a part of. The Rebels must then win that battle. If they do, they instantly win the game.

Many Imperial players build massive fleets to guard their Death Star to prevent this from happening. Also, Red Squadron must survive the battle, and, because it's a hero unit, it is sent into battle immediately (meaning a tiny X-Wing squadron has to survive an entire battle without being shot down, instead of being kept out of system to protect it). If the Imperials destroy Red Squadron, then it does not matter if the Rebel's win the battle or not, and the Death Star will survive.
25. What expansion was released for "Empire at War"?

Answer: "Forces of Corruption"

"Forces of Corruption" introduces a third playable faction to "Empire at War". There is the Rebel Alliance, the Empire, and the Zann Consortium, a syndicate of criminals and experimental weapons and technologies.

"Clone Campaigns" was the expansion for "Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds", a different RTS that used the "Age of Empires II" game engine.

"The Force Unleashed" is a game by Lucasarts, released in September 2008, and features Darth Vader's secret apprentice as the player character.

Black Sun is not a game, but the name of another large, galaxy-spanning crime syndicate in the Star Wars universe.
Source: Author qrayx

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