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rem4rk's Turtle Fork Guide
PostPosted: Tue Sep 20, 2005 2:35 am Reply with quote
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Let me explain this to you people who are formula-retarted. *cough*Vlax*ehem*

First you need to know the powers for the 4 distances.

1/8 , 1/4 , 3/8 , 1/2

1/8 = 1.5
1/4 = 1.6
3/8 = 1.7
1/2 = 1.75

Step # 1 - You will need to times the wind by the factor using this windchart.
Let me give an example, wind is 20 down.

20 * .02 = .4

If the enemy is 1/2 screen away you add your result to 1.75

1.75 + .4 = 2.15

Good, step one is done already.


Step # 2 - Take your power (in this case it's 2.15) and look for it on the power/angle chart, shown here.



Which is a bit more than 70 degrees so we'll say 71. Now you know that you angle is 71 for the 2.15 power in zero wind. Now we need to go to the third step

Step # 3 - Take the wind (20) and times it by the wind factor shown in the chart below.



20 * 0.25 = 5

Now minus 5 from 71.

71 - 5 = 66

66 2.15 will make a decent fork for half screen. Good luck, and if you have any questions feel free to ask.
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