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Do not list particular jumps or jump techniques on this page. Do not list particular maps.
The first is redundant. The second is not notable.
If you want to talk about jump maps, basically explain how they work and what classes and weapons they're generally designed for. The full version of this article should be very short and contain a couple of EXTREMELY GOOD jump videos for Demoman and Soldier. Don't bother making your own. Youtube has a vast selection of jumpers that will forever be better than you in every way.
Even sexually. :) Zoolooman 02:21, 17 November 2010 (UTC)
Sticky/Rocket Jumper Information
In my mind, it's redundant to list the information about the different weapons if most of these maps already have functions in place to give you health and ammo. Since the weapons themselves were not apart of many of these maps before they were made, I suggest we simply provide a link at the bottom, in a "Related Links" section, for the Sticky and Rocket Jumper. StarYoshi 23:52, 23 November 2010 (UTC)
- I agree, it would be better to link them at the bottom because they weren't designed specifically for jump maps and were instead designed for just training to rocket jump in general. Many jump maps use server side mods or cheats to stop people taking damage anyway. Scatmanjohn 23:59, 23 November 2010 (UTC)
- Just noting that me and Scat discussed this on the IRC, and I went ahead and did the appropriate edit. StarYoshi 00:58, 24 November 2010 (UTC)
Scout Jumping video
I'm pretty sure someone else has noticed this, but I felt like I needed to bring it up. The scout jumping video guy - whoever he was - has closed his YouTube account, so therefore the video is not there anymore. It's kind of dumb to have an empty embed frame just hanging around there, so if anyone's seen any flawless runs of a very good scout jump map, please put it up there to replace the old one ASAP. Thanks and have fun. LivingMutiny 17:10, 21 November 2012 (PST)