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The only difference is that flash step cancels the sword slash so if you dash a little later into the jump, you can move onto another move quicker.
The Wikipedia article states that, though :) --Dabigkid , 14 July 2006 (UTC) You can spam flash step faster than light step, definitely, but I'll go fix it if it says that it makes the dashes faster than if you used light step, since it doesn't.
A cancel is one technique that ends another technique quicker - the apex of a jump can't be a cancel, since you're only doing one thing.--Kawufix , 7 July 2006 (UTC) Somebody should say something about the huge problems this game has with NAT traversal, as well as possible fixes. But these things are from people and if you think that its not fair and you think its stupid, well it doesnt matter.
I believe the problem comes from the game launcher's habit of torrenting every single time you run it. For me the glitches in this game are a positive, an advantage for people and you too can find advantage. Jump » Dash » Slash » Switch to Gun » Switch to Sword » Jump » Dash » Slash » Block ----It's extremely useless.
Agent Errors have been around since the beginning of Gunz (or somewhere near that), and especially before the torrented patches.--Kawufix , 7 July 2006 (UTC) Can you guys vote if we can keep my technique? If you get annoyed by the butterfly step or you think it is a lack of honor or you think that glitches are not supposed to be hidden? Because these things are the foundation of the game! --Dabigkid , 13 July 2006 (UTC) Block (which I'm editing in now).Additionally, the "Plague"'s first version has been already rendered unusable by Maiet, I believe.Unfortunately, a more powerful version of the Locust Plague seems to be under development by its creator 1. Those are -- or were -- the official, agreed-upon existing abilities.Also, unblockables should probably be listed as a glitch, rather than a technique, because it's actually somewhat likely it will be fixed.
Midnight Wolf , 18 December 2005 (UTC) There was some schedueled downtime early january.