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    Is a "wiggle walk" script allowed on TG? Or for that matter in cal matches?

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    Re: script question

    Adj, is this "wiggle walk" going in the official 3.0 manual as a developer-sanctioned and -promoted marine ability?
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    • #3
      Re: script question

      The question should be if you would allow "wiggle walking" or not. All I can tell you is it's acceptable in CAL. You can easily do it without a script, I do it all the time because a script tends to lock you up.

      Hold forward and strafe left and right quickly as marine. You will gain speed.

      I do not know the dev's position on it. Adj will probably see this and give some crazy answer later =P
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        Re: script question

        The script you refer to uses the _special variable to switch between left and right, simulating marine movement. I don't think I've seen anyone actually use one of these. It's allowed in CAL because no one in CAL particularly cares about _special, and it will be blocked again in b6 apparently. You couldn't prove anyone was using this anyways, so I wouldn't worry about it. It's far more effective to simply wallstrafe.

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