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Map of Yavin 4: Temple
  1. This command post is hidden inside a massive command center. The AI isn't smart enough to find it.
  2. The Temple itself. It's actually not any different than the other command posts.
  3. You will come to dread this command post in the second game; until then, enjoy it. Not many enemy troops will find their way up here.
  4. What with all the stairs, walls, handrails, and the like, you're likely to hit more scenery than enemy units. Stay out of here if you can help it.
  5. This CP is sitting directly under the aqueduct, and should be your first target.
  6. There's no reason why you shouldn't run in and try to take this one; then again, there's no reason you should: there are better ways to kill units at this command post.
  7. I wouldn't worry too much about capturing this one; by the time you can make it past the turrets and AT-STs, there won't be more than about 5 enemies left.


  • Your faction: Rebels
    • Easy reinforcements: 200
  • Opposing army: Empire
    • Easy reinforcements: 200
  • Vehicles on map: Rebels: Speeder bike; Empire: AT-ST
  • Jedi hero: none


Spawn as a normal soldier at the Reflecting Pool (3). Start walking south, but DON'T shoot at any opposing units yet. Wait for the initial wave of 8-10 units to clear the command post (5), then run down the hill and capture it.

Now, to make the most use of your time, see if you can capture CP 4. If you die, respawn back at CP 3 as a sniper and walk out onto the aqueduct. Go all the way to the second-to-last opening between the arches — you should be able to see the ground between the fountain (6) and the steps (4). Snipe enemies here until either they shoot you or you run out of ammo (neither will happen for a couple minutes). By this time, your units should be sufficiently spread out so that you will have back-up for whatever you decide to do. Start making a systematic sweep of the command posts with a grunt soldier or a sniper, no-zooming (see "Tips and Tricks"). Take each CP slowly and methodically, and this level won't be a problem.