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"Bully: Scholarship Edition" Official Strategy Guide - Written by Tim . To access any of those chapters or sections do CTRL-F (PC) or .. As with any of Rockstar's previous free-roam games (like "Grand You can also increase your Health past % by Kissing. . additional places to save your game. Skins, Modifications and much more for 'BULLY: Scholarship Edition', Formal Black Button Up Shirt BULLY: Skins Edition is a pack of Awesome Skin Mods for BULLY: SE . I will make a % save file at some point but hope you enjoy . to do this since i don't own a jtagged x or have a colorky.info file on my PC. In , an Updated Re-release, Bully: Scholarship Edition, was released for the the very rare occasions they're encountered in free roam due to game mechanics. One of the arcade machines has the date of release for its game as The Black Ninja Outfit (which you get for completing the School Yearbook) and.
Aside from the actual clique referred to as the "bullies", you also have the preppies, greasers, jocks, and townies. Even the Nerds pick on non-clique kids who happen to wander by the library. Actually, almost everyone in the entire game is a bully in some respect, including a few of the teachers Mr. Hattrick spring to mindthe exceedingly rude townsfolk, the prefects, Gary to an exceptional extentand sometimes even Jimmy himself.
Jimmy is the Trope Codifier. Some students sometimes try to fight back when being caught by a prefect or a teacher, with predictible consequences.
Jimmy gets a job where he has to dress up in an awful yellow and red uniform with a hat shaped like a box of fries and deliver burgers. The Nerds are, in their own words, "laughed at and mercilessly bullied by just about everyone. In addition, the Nerds won't accept him into their fold because they feel he is too dorky for comfort.
He's constantly complaining about how poorly he's treated on a daily basis. There's also a minigame where you have to beat him mercilessly with a soccer ball, and a mission where you have to annoy him, beat him up, and steal his mascot costume. The game went to a fair amount of effort to establish all the boys who Jimmy can kiss as bisexual. Cornelius pines for Mandy, Gord dates Lola, Trent and Duncan are both girl-crazy, Kirby at least likes women's feet, and can sometimes be seen holding hands with Mandy.
Vance is sometimes thought to be fully gay, but he can occasionally be seen making out with girls and has a couple hard to catch lines of dialogue about hanging out with them. Interestingly, the deleted character Bob was Manly Gay and openly disliked girls. Although he's canonically bisexual, the voice and fashion obsession plant him in this camp. On the official Bully website, there were some canon differences from the game. Most notably was Tad Spencer, who was prominently introduced on the website before the game came out as Tad Smith-Althorp Smith.
Then, when the "Facebook" section of the website was released months after the game, the old name errors were still there, along with a few new ones. And of course, the character whose name the game designers couldn't keep straight, Clint aka Henry.
The name "Clint" is never used in Bully. Scholarship Edition, he's mainly called Clint, but they missed a few instances of Henry. He was credited in both games as "Clint aka Henry. If you zoom in on the books next to the Grottos and Gremlins set using your camera, you'll notice that they're actually titled "Goblins and Gremlins".
Cops are absolutely relentless in chasing Jimmy in their jeeps, even plowing into his bike from behind.
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This launches Jimmy to the ground if the car connects. Every character in the game is unique. One of the minigames revolves around finding all 60 students and taking photos of them.
Add the various school staff and townsfolk to that 60, and the game has over characters. Kissing a girl in front of another girl will cause them to break out in one.
Mandy is never out of uniform and is very close to the stereotypical portrayal of cheerleaders. There are three other girls on the squad Pinky, Angie and Christy. They're not as mean as Mandy, but they're meaner while in their cheerleading outfits than they are the rest of the time. During Chapter 2, you can see Gord on a movie date with Lola. By the time Chapter 3 comes around, news of it has gotten back to Lola's perpetually enraged boyfriend, Johnny Vincent It's possible to win fights, including some boss fights, by giving your opponent a wedgie.
The wedgie does a little bit of damage, and if their lifebar is low enough About the nicest people in the game are the primary students, who happily wave to Jimmy should you greet them.
They still have residue of a soul left. However, even they can delve into mischief or violence at times, such as Pedro asking Jimmy to stuff other students into trash cans, or Sheldon wanting him to pull the fire alarm. They can also rarely be seen around campus fighting bullies, or will fight Jimmy himself if he shoves a camera in their face when they're already upset.
Not really an "episode", per se, but the first half of Chapter 3 definitely qualifies. At this point, the entire town will be blanketed with snow, and a number of locations will be festively decorated for the holidays.
Then, of course, there are the Christmas-themed missions, which must be completed in order to move onto the Greaser missions. The Greasers and Townies make it a point to live on the wrong side of the tracks. Jimmy must fight his way to the top floor of Harrington House where the greenhouse is located. The final mission concludes with a mild obstacle course atop Bullworth's bell tower, which is undergoing restoration.
Any of Jimmy's harem is this, as if they see you flirting with another girl they will attack her and possibly you. Russell Northrop is Troy Miller's closet key. Colour-Coded for Your Convenience: Every group of kids, including non-cliques, have their own dress style and colour that is for the player tell them apart: Non-Clique students wear dark teal uniforms, bullies wear white polo shirts, nerds wear green astronomy club vests, preppies wear cyan Aquaberry sweaters, greasers generally wear brown leather jackets, jocks wear blue sports gear and the townies wear orange shirts and vests.
Jimmy has no problem fighting dirty, up to and including tripping the opponent, kicking them while they're down, kneeing them in the groin, slamming them against walls or furniture, or even using weapons. Of course, while boxing, Jimmy fights fairly. Completely Missing the Point: When Jimmy expresses disbelief that Lola would have anything to do with Algie, Earnest agrees with him - because it's "preposterous - everyone knows Algie likes blondes.
Edna puts one some makeup for her date with Dr. It only makes her look even worse, literally like a clown. Bullworth Academy could be seen as this. Of course, any part of the school that isn't kept up for appearances' sake is a dump, and the school doesn't really advertise the reform school candidates. You can pull the fire alarm a lot. Chances are the fire department only come when someone physically calls them considering how often you hear the fire alarm getting pulled even one of the non-clique students says, "Oh boy!
In the French translation, "Blousons noirs" "Black Jackets" may look like a weird way to translate the name of the Greasers' clique.
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It's actually the French equivalent of the Greaser subculture. Gary badmouths him and turns other kids against him with inexplicable effortlessness, and Jimmy can't even bring himself to call Gary a liar let alone punch him in the mouth. There's also a mission in Chapter 5 where he asks Zoe to distract a pack of Townie kids so he can sneak by, when the player could have beaten them all easily.
This especially goes for Jimmy and Gary. Crabblesnitch, although subverted in that he's also a Reasonable Authority Figure despite being a Dean Bitterman. He scoffs at the idea that bullying is a problem and that his staff is corrupt, but when handed proof of such he takes the right action immediately.
But, if that proof isn't iron-clad, expect to be labeled the troublemaker. Jimmy forces all of the school cliques to unite in the name of peace.
It falls apart in less than 24 hours. This is a parody of the idealized high schools which exist in the minds of John Hughes and Peter Engel.
Although all the cliques accept Jimmy to varying degrees after he beats their clique leaders, Russell fully becomes Jimmy's friend after they fight.
Spoofed regarding the Nerds. Jimmy wants their help to take on the Jocks, but they want nothing to do with him. He's forced to beat them up and invade their observatory, and when their leader Earnest finds his offer of friendship questionable since he just beat him up Jimmy snaps "We're buddies! In the boss fight against the Jocks, Damon West is pelted with exploding footballs.
He dusts himself off and proclaims that a little blood never hurt anyone. Throwing food in the cafeteria will result in the students starting a food fight.
Entering a swear word during the English classes, only available during English 2, will prompt an amused reaction from the teacher instead of the usual response.
When you first enter the house, you'll find two Preps conversing in the living room; beating them up is entirely optional. However, if you do choose to fight them, Tad who you encounter upstairs will hear the ruckus, but will merely shrug it off and assume that the two Preps were just wrestling each other. There's an alternate way to defeat Johnny Vincent in "Complete Mayhem".
Rather than fighting him head-on, you can run into the bathroom on the second floor of the girls' dorm.
Once Johnny meets you there, you can drag him to the nearest toilet and give him a swirly to take him out instantly. The same maneuver can be performed on Earnest in the gymnasium. Normally, if Jimmy wears the Mascot outfit, the girls in the game will point and laugh instead of kissing him. However, in the mission "Discretion Assured," he gets a kiss from Mandy - and it's also likely that he'll be wearing the Mascot outfit, since he had to for the previous mission.
As such, the game contains a cutscene where, if he's wearing the Mascot outfit upon completing the mission, Mandy will kiss it on the nose. With the use of mods, you can play as a female NPC. If you enter the boys dorm, you'll get a trespassing offense.
If you enter the girls dorm, you'll be in the clear although the girls will act as if you are a boy. If you actually interact with Ms. Peabody while in the girls dorm, she'll politely greet you. If the player somehow gets projectiles to use for the final fight, either via PC mods or cheat codes, the mission is programmed to automatically fail if they are used against Gary. The developers went out of their way to program this, likely so that it doesn't become possible to KO Gary during the chase and glitch the game.
In "Save Algie", it is possible to ignore Algie's warning to not use the first floor boy's bathroom and go in anyway. Two Bullies are waiting in the bathroom, which requires you to beat them up.
Algie will use the bathroom after, only to demand going to the second floor as there's no lock. Devil in Plain Sight: Gary is such an obvious liar.
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His choice in Halloween attire is also questionable. The classes are unlocked very early in the storyline though a few of them are unavailable before Chapter 2's beginning. Then, you can choose to not advance the plot before fully completing all the available classes, which means that you'll benefit from some very interesting perks fully unlocked social skills from the English class, kissing girls grants a full health bonus and is free thanks to the Art class, the chemistry set can craft all the items and has unlimited uses thanks to chemistry before the middle of Chapter 1.
It seems that the Greasers are stuck in the '50s, daddy-o. Jimmy's father isn't seen or mentioned. Only his mother and fourth stepfather are seen. Does Not Understand Sarcasm: Every other character just brushes it off when Jimmy starts snarkin'. Rape, Female on Male: The protagonist helps the cafeteria lady slip sedatives to a male teacher; it is strongly implied that she aims to take him home and rape him.
Imagine the reaction if the sexes were reversed. Jimmy to Gary initially. Edgar becomes this to Gary at the end to an extent, as his bothering of Jimmy was caused by him working with Gary. Dressing as the Enemy: One mission has Jimmy dress up as a Prep to kill Derby's plant. Though you can also get clothes to match the other cliques. He also dresses up as The School Mascot once, as well as an asylum warden. Burton acts this way during gym class. There is an audio file of Mr. Hattrick mentioning his wife committed suicide and saying it was most inconsiderate of her.
Galloway, when asked by Jimmy, makes a speech on how he tried various methods to reduce stress, and that only scotch makes them fade away. Quite a lot of dummied out content in this game: Apparently, early on in the game's development, Jimmy was going to have to break into the house. That idea was scrapped, but they left what little of the inside of the house that had been finished, in the game. It can be accessed by jumping with a bike and falling through the roof.
There was a dummied out mission in Chapter 3 that involved Lola bringing Tad to New Coventry and Jimmy having to defend Tad by sniping Greasers with his slingshot. There was a part of a mission in Chapter 5 where Jimmy was going to make a bunch of townies pass out by releasing Ether gas.
His audio for it is still in the files. Some weapons didn't make the final cut as well. Gloria Jackson was originally intended to be an older girl and a potential girlfriend for Jimmy. Her flirting and kissing dialogue lines are still in the data files. There were two shopkeepers named Nate and Floyd who worked in music shops that were cut. It's believed that they may have been used for uploading music to the game - a function not supported by the Wii, but that would have been by the Xbox.
However, the Xbox version of Bully was cancelled and so Nate and Floyd were removed. Several missions were dummied out of Bully. Most of the "bonus missions" for Scholarship Edition were dummied out missions that were added back in.
Out of all the teachers introduced in the original Bully, Neil the shop teacher, is the only one who doesn't appear outside of his class, which is weird since he has a full set of dialogue. It's possible he was removed because he has lines about fascism and politics.
According to these unused audio filesthe "Halloween" mission was going to be quite different. Originally, Jimmy's Halloween pranks included tossing a dead rat into the girls' dorm, feeding Edna a piece of vomit-inducing joke candy an item that was also dummied out of the gameplacing a "Kick Me" sign on a nerd, and hitting Mr.
Slawter with itching powder while they were distracted by Petey. Also, the final version cuts one of Petey's lines in half, since it contained dialogue about the cut pranks, along with a rather strong profanity.
I've been kicked in the balls, reported to the principal, and you guys are messing around with dog shit?! There's some audio in the game's files about Jimmy failing to land a skate trick, indicating that there was going to be a skate park in the game at one point.
A cutscene where Jimmy briefly talks to Petey about taking down Edgar Munsen and the Townies was cut, along with a scene that took place before the Edgar battle, in which he and Jimmy verbally confronted each other before fighting. Game files include models of Pedro De La Hoya and Sheldon Thompson the two boys among the little kids group wearing pajamas, but they never spawn in the boys dorm, while the three younger girls in pajamas can be encountered when trespassing in the girls dorm.
Since prefects never enter the boys dorm, Pedro and Sheldon have probably been removed from the place to make sure it's impossible to abuse them without facing consequences. There is a partially-unused winter model for Zoe intended for Chapter 3. While most of the Townies do spawn as early as Chapter 3, Zoe is not one of them, and can only be seen in races, where the model is used.
The model isn't even remastered for the later editions of the game, which causes a glitch with the eyes appearing solid white. We go in there with threats and bribes until we get what we want. If all else fails, we beat the crap out of everyone. Russell likes to hurt people The mascot appears in the nerd hangout in a picture detailing the plans against the jocks that gets enacted later on.
The very first chapter traps you in Bullworth Academy with no safe places except directly inside your room. You have no resources but your fists and even those are limited until you get in some gym time and hobo lessonsyou haven't completed any of the classes at first, and the bullies your enemy for the chapter consider the boys' dorm to be their particular turf.
It's much easier to get knocked out if you're not careful. Gurney's setting the school gym on fire should have, realistically, landed him in actual prison for years.
Once the fire's out it's never mentioned again, and Jimmy doesn't seem to hold the fact that he nearly killed 3 people against him. Justified in that Bullworth is a Boarding School.Bully scholarship edition Complete game save file
Jimmy has one that rivals Solid Snake's. No explanation, just for ease of gameplay. This is particularly annoying with the Jocks, where Damon's on-sight attacks are followed by most other Jocks on campus coming to help. The way Gary makes Russell fight Jimmy is by " claiming " Jimmy said something about his mother and some barnyard animals. Hattrick vs Galloway Race The Vale Christmas Is Here Wrong Part Of Town Defender Of The Castle The Big Game Making A Mark The Gym Is Burning Rats In The Library Finding Johnny Vincent Busting In, Part I Busting In, Part II Complete Mayhem, Part I Complete Mayhem, Part II The only side mission which must be completed at the time it appears is "The Big Prank" at Halloween.
Any other missions you miss as you play through the game will all become available when you reach Endless Summer. You have 2 classes per day and they run in a 5 day cycle, as follows. When you complete a class, the next time you sit it, you will sit the next level.
If you fail or skip a class you will always repeat that one until you pass it, so it is never impossible to pass all levels of every class. Simply press the button as it enters the box as it scrolls along the screen. The only place you slip up is if you are unfamiliar with the Xbox controller, but otherwise you will find this very easy.
The first few levels are very straightforward but it can get pretty tricky later on. For those of you who are struggling, here is the complete list of all possible letter combinations for each level. This can be tricky at first but once you get the hang of it it's no problem. Just take it slowly, boxing off small areas at a time, and only venturing into a large area if you're sure you're not going to be hit. Also, the powerups are extremely useful so always try and get to them where possible.
The first couple of classes you'll be learning some basic wrestling moves, it comes up on the screen what you have to do though. Secondly you're playing dodgeball. Personally I struggled with this, but there is a certain technique to it. First of all, mash Y to make sure you get posession of the ball then immediately hold A to take out your first guy.
All going to plan the ball should bounce back off him so you can collect it. Run as close as you can to one of your opponents and hold A again to finish him off. If one of your opponents gets the ball then its easy enough to catch if he targets you, but if one your team mates gets targeted then you're most likely going to lose a point! However, others, including myself, find it extremely easy so I will do my best to explain the most efficient technique to the dissections. So, you start off having to nail down the animal.
This is where using both thumbsticks is most useful as it greatly increases the cursor speed, so really focus and grab the nails as quickly as possible, as soon as you get to an X just hit A and start moving back to the tools immediately. Next when you have to peel back the skin, again very quickly dart over with both thumbsticks and repeat the same technique.
For the organs, the most effective way to cut them out is to hold RB to steady the blade but still go round as fast as you can, just making sure you hit all the green dots.
Use this two thumbstick technique and just focus on doing everything as fast as you can and you should have no problems at all with this class. Some people have suggested slamming them as hard as you can or mashing them at the correct time helps. Personally, I find just gently pressing them in, making sure you press them both at EXACTLY the same time, is the most effective way to pass this and of not breaking your controller! In this class you essentially HAVE to use a guide because if you're not doing the actions before they pop up, it'll fail you almost instantly.
So, as with English, here's the answers! You should have no problems with this as you get on screen prompts about where to go and what to do and you get LOADS of time to do it. If you find you are short on time, remember you can always take the bus back to school which is instantaneous.
Thanks to "blazin" from the XboxAchievements. The first 2 levels are very straightforward but after that, a few people who aren't so good at math may struggle. So, here's the answers to levels 3, 4 and 5. You may be thinking at first that this is one of those things they just cram into the game at the last minute to add a bit of extra length and just generally annoy people. Well, yes, but it's not as bad. In Bully, once you complete your Geography classes, the Rubber Bands are actually unlocked on your map, so you can find them completely of your own accord, just by looking at your map.
Sometimes the location seems a bit general though but search the area thoroughly and you'll find it no bother since they glow quite obviously! Hopefully i'll update this guide soon with a complete list of their locations. When you collect all 75 you will receive the "Rubber Band Ball" in your weapon wheel These are all actually in pretty easily accessible places so you should have no trouble finding them. Again, Geography is your friend for finding them.
Most of them are in the Old Bullworth Vale area though. Once you find them you have to take them to the hobo who lives behind the abandoned bus in the school car park. You'll get a blip on your map anyway when you've got a transistor to give him.
This guy will teach you special fighting techniques and combos from "when he was in the army". They're actually very useful moves, especially the last couple, so learn them as early as you can in the game and it'll make the missions a fair bit easier! Also, completing all of the Go-Kart races unlocks the rather lovely bonus of having access to the Go-Kart whenever you want! The first 5 Go-Kart races are on the course at the Carnival.
Again, they are pretty easy. You may struggle with a couple but keep trying and make sure you get out to the front of the pack and it's pretty hard to lose unless you crash or something. You will unlock Bike Races in a few different locations around the map, shown by a little gold cup on your map. The last one begins in the actual school grounds, but you can't enter it until at least Chapter 5 as it goes around the entire map. They involve either mowing lawns or delivering newspapers.
Both of these are quite fun and reward you with quite a lot of money. At first you will only have access to the Park area which contains 3 levels. After Chapter 3, the House area will unlock for lawn mowing too, which contains the other 3 levels. There are also 6 levels of paper delivering. In each you have to deliver a higher number of papers up to the highest of 24, and you receive an increasing amount of money for each job. These are very straightforward, just hold RT or LT until a target appears around the mail box and then release to throw.
That is exactly how you'll feel when you have to deal with the Errands in this game! It can be combatted, and it doesn't happen to everyone, but most will have some sort of problem when trying to complete all the Errands. It seems to change from person to person, but generally speaking after doing everything else in the game, you will be maybe 0.
So you make up the rest of it by doing any of the 50 errands which you haven't completed, each of which are worth 0. So, then comes the problem. Up till around Chapter 2 or 3, you should have absolutely no problem finding errands. It can never be simple. Anyway, the basic technique for getting them to show up again is to save and restart your console as many times as it takes to get them to appear again.
I've done a fair bit of experimenting with this and it usually only takes one or two restarts to get them to show up, and they will continue to show up until you start a mission, change clothes, get busted, or anything like that, unless you're lucky.
Also, if you load during the daytime errands then they seem to stop appearing around 6pm but the night time errands do not start appearing. Anyway, here's a list of all the errands so you know where you have to go for the ones you've not got yet.
School Parking Lot Time: Second Floor Of School Time: School, Main Foyer Time: First Floor Of School Time: First Floor Of School Available: Near Easy Drugs Store Time: Near The Comic Shop Time: Near The Police Station Time: Near The Bike Shop Time: On The Large Pier Time: Bullworth Vale Gardens Time: Near The Large Pier Time: Happy Endings Retirement Home Time: Near Spazz Warehouse Time: Near Yum Yum Market Time: Near Final Cut Barbers Time: Near Barber Shop Time: Near The Train Bridge Time: In Front Of Tenements Time: Near Spencer Shipping Warehouse Time: Near Spazz Industries Time: Front Of The Asylum Time: Around The Docks Area Time: Near Save House Time: Near Wonder Meats Warehouse Time: This sounds difficult and intimidating at first but it is actually a lot easier than it sounds.
As you play through the game, simply take photos of all the students you come across and your yearbook will fill up in no time at all, if you are having trouble with a particular person, check the list below to see what clique they belong to and then head to that specific clique's hideout and you will find them without too much trouble.
Note, there is no point in complaining about having missed certain people until you have completed the games missions as you get a few people, such as the leaders of the cliques automatically as you progress. I've had a great tip e-mailed to me on how to get the guys pictures very easily. Thanks to "Russell Van Halm" for this one: Just about every male student is represented here. I stood by the door and started clicking photos. I was only missing Ray at the time, but still, got him on my first pull.
If you go to the Boxing Gym in Bullworth Vale you will find a mission marker next to the ring, step in this and press Y to begin the boxing missions.