You didn't need a teleport script to catch up to players. You could do it on your own without a problem, provided you practiced the combo enough.Sonic Boyster said:Technically yes you could just hit them backwards over and over, but there weren't many players capable of even attempting that in 1.0 because knockback speed and distance from simple melee was something like 4x as powerful as it is now. They went so fast you almost had to have a teleport script to catch them and hit them again, but when people did it, it looked just like the show, and the guys who would hit you multiple times were the best players in the community.
Well, in my personal opinion a combo was pretty hard to pull off in a perfect situation, full ki and the guy standing still. If someone did manage to get a combo off on you while in a fight, you deserve to be hit and get damage taken.Davidskiwan said:You definately cant deny that seeing one of these combo's (i cud never perform them) was amazing, the only thing is, people had no way to defend against them, and thats why it was "unfair". If they increased knockback and let the person in knockback block depending on how much ki they have/stamina then i think you could have a nice system going which wouldnt be impossible for people to learn, but would be really fun and exciting to master.
Very true, and this sounds like a good suggestion Dave, perhaps something you might want to mention?Davidskiwan said:yeah but at 1.2's speed and knockback it'd be a little too easy imo. And yeah you can say you deserve the damage taken, but its a bit like saying you deserved to get hit by a a huge beam (well you do... but you dont sorta :scared: ), scince its out of your hands the moment you're hit it means you have no control over the situation. In dbz, while in knockback they werent completely unable to defend themselves all the time, if they had enough ki they'd teleport out of knockback, or block or shoot a generic attack, or counter attack the enemy's next attack, they didnt just sit there and let them hit them.