[ADVANCED CLIMBING] Dev build/Linux: infinite flight by casting levitation during rappel mode

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[ADVANCED CLIMBING] Dev build/Linux: infinite flight by casting levitation during rappel mode

Post by pango » Sat Dec 01, 2018 12:55 pm

Found that one by accident, took me a while to reproduce it...

If you cast a levitation spell exactly while in rappel mode, you can levitate away and you'll continue flying when the spell wears off (and even move a bit faster than during levitation itself, pretty cool ;) ).
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Re: Dev build/Linux: infinite flight by casting levitation during rappel mode

Post by pango » Sat Dec 01, 2018 1:38 pm

Easier variant: you can activate rappel mode by walking backward while levitation is expiring; And again fly forever
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Re: [ADVANCED CLIMBING] Dev build/Linux: infinite flight by casting levitation during rappel mode

Post by mikeprichard » Thu Jul 04, 2019 10:16 am

Maybe another duplicate of the other advanced climbing-related reports?

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Re: [ADVANCED CLIMBING] Dev build/Linux: infinite flight by casting levitation during rappel mode

Post by pango » Thu Jul 04, 2019 4:21 pm

The ways to trigger problems were different each time, at least between my own bug reports on advanced climbing.

However Interkarma partially modified advanced climbing since they were reported (say, the switch from hanging to climbing to go over a ledge no longer happens automatically when you pull back, but you can still achieve it by jumping at the right moment), so some of them may be obsolete...
Each one should be retried to checked whether the gesture is still available and can still trigger issues, but at some point the easiest route is probably to close the issues that weren't reproduced, and start over.
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