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Respect is a gameplay feature in Saints Row, Saints Row 2 and Saints Row: The Third. It is renamed to XP in Saints Row IV and Saints Row: Gat out of Hell.[1][image?]
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Respect bar

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Respect indicator in SRTT

OverviewEdit

Respect is awarded to The Protagonist for various actions like killing rival gang members, completing Activities and Diversions, picking up Collectibles, performing Combat Tricks and Driving Stunts or anything that uses Diversion stars.

Respect is shown on a purple HUD meter located in the upper right corner of the screen, it is made up for a colored bar showing the amount of respect required before the next level is reached, and a number indicating the current Respect level.

Saints RowEdit

Respect is required to start story missions after joining the Saints. Before joining the Saints,[2] it is not possible to earn Respect.

When a mission is started, one level of Respect is deducted from the Respect meter. If the mission is failed or cancelled, one Respect level is returned. Respect earned during missions is not removed if the mission is failed or cancelled.

The quickest way to earn respect is by performing Activities, other methods of earning respect are not shown on-screen, but count towards the total Respect.

Purchasing higher quality Clothing, Jewelry and Tattoos increases the Respect Modifier. When shopping at a Store, a Bar appears underneath the selected item. This Bar shows how the item affects the Respect Level, a number appears on the bar showing either an increase or decrease to the respect modifier. In front of the Bar is a number indicating the current percent bonus to respect earned. As the bar fills up this percentage increases.

Each respect level is equal to 2000 Respect points.

It is possible to reach 99x respect by completing activities, but it never becomes infinite. Having 99x respect can crash the game on mission start up.

Although it is not reported on-screen, each enemy gang member killed earns 10 Respect. There is no respect earned for killing police or Civilians.

Saints Row 2Edit

Respect is required to start story missions.[3]

When a mission is started, one level of Respect is deducted from the Respect meter. If the mission is failed or cancelled, one Respect level is returned.

Purchasing higher quality Clothing, Jewelry and Tattoos give a Style bonus, which boosts the amount of Respect earned.

When sufficient Respect has been earned to access all remaining missions in the game, the Respect level indicator is replaced with an infinity symbol (Ui respect infinite). There is no set level at which the infinity symbol appears, but is based on the current completion of the game. Doing Diversions after getting max respect still shows respect on-screen, and still add to the Total Respect Earned in the Statistics menu.

Each respect level is equal to 8000 Respect points.

There are 55 missions and strongholds which require respect, so a total of 440,000 Respect points are needed to complete the game.

Completing all 6 levels of an Activity gives 52500 Respect points, which is enough to complete 6 missions, and can be increased with Style bonuses. Completing 9 out of the 23 Activity locations awards enough Respect to start all missions.

Saints Row: The ThirdEdit

Story missions do not require Respect, but instead award Respect, which is used to unlock Upgrades, which can be purchased with Cash.

The maximum Respect level is 50, at which the best upgrades can be bought, such as infinite ammo or damage immunity. Respect gained can be boosted by buying Respect boosting Upgrades.

A total of 238,875 Respect points are required to reach level 50.

Rank Respect needed for next level
01 2115
02 2230
03 2345
04 2460
05 2575
06 2690
07 2805
08 2920
09 3035
10 3150
11 3265
12 3380
13 3495
14 3610
15 3725
16 3840
17 3955
18 4070
19 4185
20 4300
21 4415
22 4530
23 4645
24 4760
25 4875
26 4990
27 5105
28 5220
29 5335
30 5450
31 5565
32 5680
33 5795
34 5910
35 6025
36 6140
37 6255
38 6370
39 6485
40 6600
41 6715
42 6830
43 6945
44 7060
45 7175
46 7290
47 7405
48 7520
49 7635

Saints Row IVEdit

A total of 281,750 Respect points are required to reach level 50.

Rank Respect needed for next level
01 2150
02 2300
03 2450
04 2600
05 2750
06 2900
07 3050
08 3200
09 3350
10 3500
11 3650
12 3800
13 3950
14 4100
15 4250
16 4400
17 4550
18 4700
19 4850
20 5000
21 5150
22 5300
23 5450
24 5600
25 5750
26 5900
27 6050
28 6200
29 6350
30 6500
31 6650
32 6800
33 6950
34 7100
35 7250
36 7400
37 7550
38 7700
39 7850
40 8000
41 8150
42 8300
43 8450
44 8600
45 8750
46 8900
47 9050
48 9200
49 9350

Saints Row: Gat out of HellEdit

In Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, Respect is again referred to as XP, and is tracked by a "Satan's Wrath" meter with markers at XP level 5, 10, and 15. Upon reaching each of these XP levels, a cutscene is triggered.

TriviaEdit

  • The Cheat to add respect in Saints Row: The Third is "whatitmeanstome". There is no cheat to add respect in Saints Row or Saints Row 2.
  • Apart from starting missions, there is no way to lower respect. No respect is lost for killing friendly gang members or being Smoked or Busted.
  • In Saints Row IV, only the displayed name has changed, and it is still internally referred to as "Respect" in the game files.

GalleryEdit

  • Respect Meter tutorial in Saints Row 2
  • Satan's Wrath meter
  • Satan's Wrath UI respect
  • Satan's Wrath UI meter


ReferencesEdit

  1. YouTube: Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Gameplay Demo at PAX Prime
  2. Mission: Canonized
  3. Note: Excluding "Jailbreak" and "Appointed Defender"
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