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The Negative Jump (or the Rückwärtssprung, RWS) is a regular jump done when Mario has massive negative speed (but LESS than QPU-range speeds), usually not achievable without glitches. When done near a cliff, or a floor with another floor close below, Mario will downwarp a significant amount for 1f, before terminal velocity takes effect. Otherwise, Mario will simply land back immediately.
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The Negative Jump (or the Rückwärtssprung, RWS) is a regular jump done when Mario has massive negative speed (but LESS than QPU-range speeds). When done near a cliff, or a floor with another floor close below, Mario will downwarp a significant amount for 1f, before terminal velocity takes effect. Otherwise, Mario will simply land back immediately.

Revision as of 20:44, 28 June 2020

The Negative Jump (or the Rückwärtssprung, RWS) is a regular jump done when Mario has massive negative speed (but LESS than QPU-range speeds). When done near a cliff, or a floor with another floor close below, Mario will downwarp a significant amount for 1f, before terminal velocity takes effect. Otherwise, Mario will simply land back immediately.