Alright, So i was playing around trying to learn the spirit bomb, dismounted from the initial spirit bomb mount and landed in a GT, Cool i thought, i managed to stumble onto a neat little trick.... but not, its not cool. I've spent the last 30 minutes trying to figure out the key, i've landed it from a straight dismount 5 or so times, and cant figure out if its just luck or if theres some minor thing im missing.
I've more or less figured out how it works, IE, if i drop my throw hand first and then drop the loop on my NTH, bam, perfect. But is there a way to get it to consistently land from a straight drop out of spirit bomb mount?
(for the record, this is not in anyway a question of "wooho, did i invent my own trick? How many people have done this!" i realize the odds of it being something no one has thought of before are pretty slim, just looking for advice)
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06-15-2007 03:30 PM
06-15-2007 06:14 PM
I do this all the time. Infact, it took me more than a week to figure out how to get the normal dismout -_- Have no idea how to do it at will though.Avatar made by some guy messing on my computer.
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06-15-2007 07:29 PM
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it's not cool to mess a classic like spirit bomb with an ugly gt... imo
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06-15-2007 08:21 PM
i usually dismount by spirtit bombs this way.
06-15-2007 09:37 PM
the way I've done it is pretty simple, but the GT has a strange little wrap around it and isnt exactly like a GT...but the formation is the same, it's just not as neat as it should be...
when you're done with spirit bomb, you're in the spirit bomb mount...what you do with your freehand is the same underpass as in the beginning of the trick, but you do that and slide the loop off of your throwhand wrist at the same time...
I suck at describing tricks with text, so I hope that makes sense...
you can practice by doing the underpass once and then sliding the loop off your wrist in 2 different steps, but it looks best if you do it at the same time so it's one fluid motion...
hope this helps...
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