Glue, Glue Trigger, Super Glue.

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Shocktart
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What are these?

Please reply.
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ukimalefu
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Holy riddle Batman!
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Since you asked nicely, here's my reply.
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So they don't work?
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I was going to ignore this thread, but then you asked me to reply. So, here you are.
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RyokoTK wrote:I was going to ignore this thread, but then you asked me to reply. So, here you are.
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from my experimental experience making hexen II maps (yes), glue sticks a line/plane into perfect parallel alignment with another plane.
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lpetrich
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PfUG v.2.2: Building in Pfhorte! is apparently about the Marathon 1 version of that mapping app, but it does have some documentation.

If you step in a Glue Trigger polygon, it makes a signal that activates monsters, a signal that propagates from polygon to polygon. But that signal will be stopped by SuperGlue polygons.

Likewise, a Glue polygon will stop the signals that activating monsters produce.

Marathon 2/oo uses different polygon types to do those effects, like "zone border".
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