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The Force Unleashed 2 Defeating the Gorog

Updated on July 24, 2015

The Force Unleashed 2 Gorog

The Force Unleashed 2 Gorog is released
The Force Unleashed 2 Gorog is released

The Force Unleashed 2 the Gorog

Following the first stage of the escape from Kamino cloning factory, covered in the force unleashed 2 demo gameplay, Starkiller arrives in Cato Neimoidia and fights his way into the arena.

The Gorog is the monstrous creature and boss at the end of the force unleashed 2 stage 2 cato neimoidia arena. This is a huge monster that takes about 6 to 8 stages to defeat completely. It also helps to have some lightsaber codes ready before facing this monstrosity. Dressing up appropriately as a sith stealth warrior or jedi knight adds the intimidating factor and prepares the player mentally to take on the Gorog.

First when Starkiller walks into the arena, the Baron of Cato Neimoidia orders the Goroq to be released. It is recommended that at this early stage that the player has already mastered the art of Sith Lightning 3rd stage (either through traditional leveling or through cheat codes). This technique is useful for 2 purposes. Striking at the Gorog from a distance, and using the sith lightning 3rd level skill to effectively eliminate stormtroopers and heal up so that one can complete this stage without dying out first.

The Force Unleashed 2 Gorog

The Gorog
The Gorog

The Force Unleashed 2 Confronting the Gorog

The Force Unleashed 2 Gorog will be unleashed as soon as Starkiller arrives at the arena. In the first stage of the battle, Starkiller has to attack the Gorog upfront. Use sith lightning primarily to stun the Gorog, and then follow the button instructions on the screen to chain the Gorog to the restraints. And then attack the Gorog upfront again. The Gorog has a lot of hitpoints, and it feels like only taking out a fraction of its life points. There are a few cycles of doing this, and then the gorog breaks free.

The Force Unleashed 2 Destroying the Arena

The Force Unleashed 2 Destroying the Arena
The Force Unleashed 2 Destroying the Arena

The Force Unleashed 2 Inducing the Gorog to destroy the arena

Once the Gorog breaks free, Starkiller asks General Kotar if he has any bright ideas. He does, and his idea is to bring down the whole arena. Good idea, since the whole city of Cato Neimoidia is built hanging down. So the second stage of slaying the Gorog is to induce him to destroy the arena, by running from platform to platform, and the Gorog will tear each platform down in search of Starkiller. This part is really easy - just use sith lightning and attack the Gorog from a distance, whilst running and jumping from platform to platform. And then use spare storm troopers to heal up when Starkiller's health is down.

The Force Unleashed 2 Free Fall

the force unleashed 2 free fall
the force unleashed 2 free fall

The Force Unleashed 2 Free Fall

Kotar's plan is good, and Starkiller's execution is flawless. The gorog will eventually tear down the arena, and devour the Baron in the process. And then before falling off from the city, the gorog will take hold of Kotar and then go into free fall.

The next stage of defeating the Gorog is pretty fun. Starkiller has to get close enough to the Gorog to unleash sith lightning or use saber throw. This cycle is repeated a few times, and eventually the Gorog health will be reduced to nothing. The Gorog releases Kotar and both Kotar and Starkiller will continue to fall. Kotar activates a device, and Juno's ship flies in to lift them off.

Meanwhile in a far away ship, Darth Vader conspires with Boba Fett to kidnap Juno and lure Starkiller to them. The story continues.........

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