Force Repulse Mastery achievement in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

Force Repulse Mastery

Defeat 500 enemies with Repulse

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How to unlock the Force Repulse Mastery achievement

  • Munkeh111Munkeh11147,101
    03 Oct 2008 22 Feb 2009
    52 8 13
    The easiest place to get this on the Darth Vader level at the start of the game. Towards the end of the level, a Tie Fighter will crash into a bridge, forcing you to take an alternate route.

    Once you cross the first bridge into a covering, there will be another bridge taking you to where you would of gone had the first bridge not been destroyed.

    Here there will be unlimited enemies, so simply continue killing them using force repulse until you get the achievement

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    metallicafan459Doesn't seem to carry over across save files for these...

    I also struggled to get this after an age of murdering wookies. When I saved, quit, then chose continue the next time, it popped after the first 1/2 kills. Happened for both my saver throw and repulse achievements.

    So if you don't find it popping save and go back - may work for you too
    Posted by metallicafan459 on 10 Mar 17 at 12:01
    Corymonster1This ones pretty annoying lol but just got it, thanks
    Posted by Corymonster1 on 26 Jan 19 at 21:32
    Saw3d 0ffHold LT and Press B to do a Repulse.

    I used an elastic/hair tie on the left trigger (with the other side attached to the right controller prong/grip) and just mashed B button

    If the wookies stop spawning or start to only spawn 3 at a time, just save the game, exit, and then "Continue" from the Main Menu. Your kills carry over (but only on the save slot you are on, other saves will have different kill counts)

    Hope this helps somebody
    Posted by Saw3d 0ff on 06 Dec 20 at 21:47
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  • Dr Geek 3Dr Geek 3249,429
    03 May 2014 05 May 2014 06 May 2014
    15 0 1
    In all likelihood, you got this game to play through it, and if you're like me, you glanced at the achievement list, saw lots of "kill tons of enemies," and you thought to yourself: "No problem, I'm playing through the entire game. I'll pick it up as I go along."

    Now, you're sitting there, like me, wondering where to go with this after completing that story mode since you cannot replay the prologue AND your kills won't carry over to your Sith Master save, nor can you carry them over to that Jedi Temple DLC. That means all of the wonderful solutions you've been reading won't work at all if you want to keep all of your progress. Are the Jedi Temple and Prologue good places for this? Sure, if you haven't started or want to start over.

    My personal grinding point for this and all the other "kill with skill" achievements was the Tie Fighter Factory, right at the beginning at the level. You spawn in a hallway with some droids (wipe them out if you haven't grabbed the kill 35 droids achievement; oh yeah, and the droids of my enemies are my enemies so they totally count as kills too), and once you get to the end of this hall, you bust the door open with Force Push, and you're in a room with some rebels and some Stormtroopers. At the far end of the walkway where you enter is an unlimited force powerup.

    Force Repulse is where you hold LT and press B and a nice unseen explosion throws everyone away from you. This one has less of an issue with bolt deflection, but you can still reset the yellow talent spheres in Force Upgrades under the pause menu and build them all back up except Defense Mastery to lower your ability to deflect the bolts.

    Clear the room which is about 40 or so enemies (nearly 50 if you grab the six droids in the hallway as well; yeah, the droids of my enemies are my enemies). Pause the game. Save it. Select Mission Select, then Tie Fighter Factory, and then Load Previous Save. You'll start at the beginning of that droid hallway. Do it again and again and again until you get the achievement, then pick your next skill, and do it again.

    How long will it take? Depends on how many you did during the story since this method at least respects that you probably have some kills on it. Happy grinding.
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    ShadyShallHey! I gave you a thumbs up for all of your solutions and pointing this out. I will leave the same comment in each solution:

    This is a GREAT spot for grinding out. you get the droids at the beginning. a room full of rebels and troopers, and then at least 2 (sometimes i felt 3) elevator batches of another 10 troopers... it's great.

    I did not want to start a new game and do the prologue. i already had at least a 100 kills for each during the game, and was working naturally towards the mastery ones... this is a great spot. in a little less than an hour i got 2 of the 500 achievements. working on the rest tonight.

    Thanks for this. it is a hell of a grind... but it's not too bad when you are all leveled up. these guys are just shredded mince meat to you. grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the slaughter...
    Posted by ShadyShall on 05 Jul 17 at 13:29
  • rubber1rubber1238,913
    28 Mar 2012 27 Mar 2012
    15 3 2
    Play Prologue on new game!! I suggest waiting at the first bridge after the one is destroyed by the tie fighter. they will keep jumping over to it and seem to spawn a little longer for I kept running out of them before the cheevo would pop but it may just be me.

    Change difficulty to sith master because Vader can not die in the prologue and you will have less chance of killing enemies with saber deflect! Also if they enemies stop spawning like they did for me just leaving you three random dudes coming every once and a while make sure to save and then quit and pick up on last checkpoint because it will save your kills.
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    ShaneKarmaBest of the three solutions. Thank you!
    Posted by ShaneKarma on 22 Apr 12 at 04:19
    rubber1np! glad to help!!
    Posted by rubber1 on 28 Apr 12 at 05:18
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