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6-19-2009 @ 10:41PM
@kompressah: Because he doesn't know what actual programming is. He's acting just like these late 20's and early 30's MBAs that supervise programmers. They have no idea what really happens underneath, what's possible and what constrains exists.@tmenssen: Different spells are different.Note that Charge do have terrain problems, but it can "solve" them because the ending point is not only known, but it can safely assume that it is on a firm spot in the terrain. Blink doesn't have that kind of luxury because it doesn't know if the player will land in a firm spot or even a valid one. So, I'm guessing, what it does is that any barely visible obstacle will cause Blink to stop there, preventing you from infringing Wile E. Coyote's trademark move.
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