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His character here is as remarkable as when he played the Talking Bomb in Starship Titanic.
In Jade Empire, you star as an orphan who found himself in a Hogwarts academy for Kung Fu after arriving from the Land of Howling Spirits. You are completely hidden from the world until you are sent on a mission over there. This leads you to move across towns fighting people and also bringing them together. So, you combine the talents of uniting people and beating them up on the same level. As you journey through the land, you start understanding its culture and way of thinking.
So, when in the Scholar's Garden, you eventually come in contact with the 'the outlander,' you start feeling like you already know enough about the people in imperial China. All of a sudden, an intruder from Britain arrives ashore carrying an inscription that says, ‘you have a culture that is inferior to mine. Drop it and adapt to mine’.
John Cleese now talks about this intruder with the long name 'Sir Roderick Ponce Von Fontlebottom the Magnificent Bastard'. We can say that this orphan cast in the game makes sense, but they eventually wasted the talent of Nathan Fillion by casting him in a role where humor is not involved. The role given to him here is that of Basil Fawty, where he always appears in Morion helmet and monocles. He also has Mirabelle the blunderbuss in his hands, and to showcase this, he shoots any native heathen that makes him angry. That’s greatness.
Your job here is to make Roderick understand that his country is the same thing with the Jade Empire where both of you are currently residing. This is to get him to quit trying to get you to toe his way of life, which involves moustaches and pantaloons, and head back to where he came from. To decide on who is right between both of you, Roderick invited the Minister of Culture and some native scholars to moderate and score the debate.
He started by cajoling your civilization by positing that you’ve failed to develop guns even though you’ve had gunpowder for decades, that you focus your martial art combat not on ranged combats but on melee, and that you spend too much time washing your body, while having a strong belief in the existence of spirits. It is time for you to convince the judges through your own points, so as to defeat Roderick who has actually explored all available options in trying to bring you down. At this point, you posit that the debate is rigged in his favor and demand for a duel.
He starts off the duel with the cannon named Mirabelle and this ends up destroying your body halfway. To counter him, all you have is a staff, sword or the skill to change into a toad or to shoot ice.
In a twist of faith, he decided to be gentlemanly and therefore accepts your position as plausible and decides to go back to his country. But because you’ve succeeded in making him leave, he asks for something in return, and you also have the chance to ask him to hand you Mirabelle before he leaves. With Mirabelle in hand, you now turn the entire game around, defeating the boss and making giant strides towards the end of the game. Now a look at the entire thing shows that even though Sir Roderick Von Fontlebottom is a jackass, there is one obvious thing about him. When you place a huge gun against the ancient magic and martial arts of the Jade Kingdom, the gun will blow away the magic and martial arts.