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Hellgate – London Cheats

Hellgate – London

Cheat Codes:
Submitted by: RM

Press ~ during game play to display the console window. Then, enter one of
the following codes and press [Enter] to activate the cheat function.

Code Result
/FPS – Toggle framerate display

Tricks and Tips:
1: Buying and trading items do not satisfy requirements.
2: Upon completion of a mini-game, it is best to wait for the new mini-game
to load up before you pickup the rewards from the last game. This way you
maybe be able to satisfy finding objectives immediately.
3: Add mods of different damage type on either your main weapon or an alternative
weapon used solely for the mini-game. Doing this will allow every kill to
satisfy all elemental objectives at the same time, since you only need to deal
damage of a certain type before killing it, not necessarily the killing blow.
4: Weapons with faster fire/swing rates generate more chances to critically hit
targets, decreasing the time it takes to fulfil that requirement. Add Critical
Chance mods to a weapon to improve your odds further!
5: For you pet lovers, pet damage does count toward damage type requirements,
although it is not clear if a pet crit would do the same.
6: The Hunter skill Tactical Stance is a good way to score critical hits as that
7: When a Blademaster is using dual swords, right hand sword will make the first
hit. If first hit kills the monster, left hand sword will not hit, thus does
not satisfy “damage of type” criteria.

I advise to select from the classes of the characters of demonologist and
technologist – more easily it is played, since you help androydy or demons.

Three icon minigame:
Hellgate: London has a semi-secret minigame involving three icons in the corner
of the HUD (just above the right side spell sphere). These three icons are selected
at random, and contain a number within them. The icon represents an action, and
the number within that icon represents the number of times the player must perform
that action.

For example, an icon of teeth with a “12” inside means that the player must kill
12 Beast-type enemies. A biohazard icon with the number “5” inside means the player
must make 5 kills with toxic weapons. Successfully completing the criteria for that
icon reduces the number within it (so you know you’re on the right track).
Performing that action the displayed number of times will turn that icon a solid
color and “lock” it into place.

If the player completes all three icons, a tune will play, and a small amount of
randomized, rare loot will drop from the sky. A new set of three icons is then
“rolled,” and the player can start on those challenges.

This feature is not documented either within the game or the manual.
Presumably, the player is meant to discover it on their own.

Tips & Tricks:
* You can equip special skills to your Mouse buttons too. They are not limited to
basic attacks.

* There is a Sprint skill which every class can use. It’s located just below your
skill tree, and you can put points into it and improve it!

* By default, only Sprint will show up as an useable skill for the Shift key. But
you can change that on the skill tree screen. By using the small arrow next to a
skill icon, you can set other skills to pop up for Shift-use.

* You don’t need a skill to dual-wield guns. You can fire two pistols at the same
time by either clicking both mouse buttons at once, or by putting the dual-pistol
skill into your skill bar.

* Some skills won’t function together with others. For example, Hunter’s Tactical
Stance is removed when you use Rapid Fire.

* Some skill effects can be interrupted. For example, Hunter’s Tactical Stance
gives you the bonuses even after you get hit with a Shock condition, but a Stun
condition will remove the effects.

* Templar passive Auras need to be activated first. Put them on your skill bar as
any other skill, then use it to activate the aura – the button will light up.
Using it again will deactivate the aura. You can also check your buff icons (on
the right side under the minimap) to see if your aura is active or not.

* You need a skill to dual-wield swords (Blademasters). If you don’t have it, your
character will always attack with the left-hand sword, even if you’re using the
“attack with both hands” skill.

* You can break barrels, propane tanks, wooden crates and square paper boxes to
get loot. There are also chests that can be opened.

* Randomly a passageway might spawn on any map. When it happens, you can see the
portal icon on your minimap when you get near it. It’s usually pretty short extra
map and always worth exploring.

* You can disable the system messages in the chat window and change its transparency
to make it disappear completely. Pressing Enter at any time will make it visible

* The Achievement skills that give passive bonuses go into slots on the same screen.
At first, you can use two slots – the first one and the one with a star on it.
More slots are unlocked as you progress through the story.

* There is another pop-up button on your skill bar, the Ctrl key. By default it
offers the use of consumable items, provided that you have such items in your
inventory. When your mana is low, it will offer Mana Injector. When moving around,
it will offer an Adrenaline Pill (speed boost). When getting low on shields, it
will offer a Shield Booster (shield restoration).

* You have three weapon swap slots, by default bound to F1 – F2 – F3 respectively.
You can use different weapons and switch between them quickly. Your attacks go
into a short cooldown each time you swap weapons.

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