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An easier triple bomb jump that anyone can do (No inventory swapping)

Discussion in 'Knight' started by PeggleFrank, May 25, 2015.

  1. PeggleFrank

    PeggleFrank Base Burner

    The only other triple bomb jump tutorial posted on this forum uses inventory swapping, which is a pain in the :chicken:.

    This is much easier. You'll get the full force of every bomb, as long as you time it right. It'll also propel you higher on average than the other method, simply due to how much easier it is to get the timing right.


    1. Mash spacebar until you have 2 bombs lit; it doesn't matter if you throw the second one immediately.

    2. Throw the second bomb on the ground if you haven't already.

    3. Light another bomb and hold onto it.

    4. Stand on top of both bombs on the floor and do a small hop before the first one blows. The second bomb should also propel you.

    5. Throw the third bomb underneath yourself as you're mid-air.

    6. Kill people.
    It's easier to understand once you see it in action.
    miniu, Snake19, RampageX and 4 others like this.
  2. Anonymuse

    Anonymuse Arsonist

    Nice concise tutorial, but with good timing the third bomb is barely that much better, and it's often more efficient to just do two instead. Your method is what most people do when keg dropping though, as one bomb is often never enough. And keep posting content, we all appreciate it (especially the noobs).
    Dargona1018 and PeggleFrank like this.
  3. Gofio

    Gofio Gunwobbler x3

    I personally like using the third bomb to get some extra horizontal distance.
    Those first two bombs give you some 20, 30 blocks of height, and builders never really build that high unless there's a stalemate.
    In my experience, the front line gets a huge tower, after that comes one more (usually their ex-front tower) and after that, badly defended workshops and small towers.
    If you get stuck between the first two, you'll barely be an annoyance. Pass that place, smash a door, buy more bombs, and you can wreak havoc.
    whisper_dan and PeggleFrank like this.