Golem IV - Rise of MELOG
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Here you can ask anything replay related. Definitions of terms, how to get better etc, etc. Anyone can ask something and we'll try to help you.

P.S You can also go to #ormo in irc if you'd like to ask something.

P.P.S You don't have to be in ORMO to post in this thread!

The purpose of this thread is not to ask for our opinion. In this thread, you present us with a clear problem that you want help fixing, and we try our best to help you. You should already know what your problem is, and you come to this thread because you are having trouble correcting said problem.

Questions such as "are there any problems with this replay?" or "is this replay smooth?" or "what is your opinion on this replay?" or "how do I make this replay better?" are not what we want in this thread.

What we want in this thread: Concrete questions where we can give you an objective response, such as "how do I aim this kick/punch in order to get more destruction?" or "what should I do in order to twitch less in my replays?".


Instead of asking "how to make this better", try to tell us what you would like your replay to look like, and then ask us how to do it.



Another thing - if you want to make an application for ORMO, you don't ask us if it's good enough before applying. That would be unfair towards other applicants, who genuinely do not have any idea of whether they will or not be accepted.
Last edited by Larfen; Jul 6, 2015 at 07:57 PM.
Leader of ORMO||Property of [T]||A replay thread
how to hack? change pos, add momentum and stuff? want to make some funny replays for the video
DeeJayy741 watch fight movies :3
You do not have to be in ORMO to post in this thread.

Deejayy741:
Stop being a lazy turd.

Veliar: What do you mean by changing 'momentum'?
[19:39] <Birdflu> I'm just sad that I can't give myself one
[19:39] <Birdflu> I'd have a great time
DeeJayy741, what I tend to do is just open up Toribash a few times a day and screw around for at least 5 minutes. If in those 5 minutes I make a pretty cool opener, I see if I can follow it up with something and make it a proper replay. Of course, you can always set yourself challenges as well, such as replicating a real life move, performing a certain attack or just seeing how much you can obliterate Uke.

Veliar, I think this thread might be helpful for you.

Edit: Added what Marco said to the first post for clarity.
Last edited by Tamer0; Apr 22, 2010 at 05:43 PM.
So Deejayy, what I do is go into the replays section or the ormo replay thread, go to a random page, go to some random thread, and watch the old replays. If I find an opener I like, I steal it, make my own replay, and no one can tell that I stole the opener :DD
[12:00] <fudgiebalz> toribash SUCKS
Check my ~~~Dank Replays~~~
How do I know if the position of an opener is a good one to work one, i.e. is in an easy position to maintain momentum and attack?
<lumpysolo> ermergerd it's jalis <lumpysolo> love u too jalis <3
<jalis> you are worthless <jalis> ignored for my sanity
With my openers, I usually start low down and with my pecs/chest/hips all poised in one direction, and then I just move them all in the opposite direction to create the speed. of course there's other stuff I do to edit the precision etc.
[19:39] <Birdflu> I'm just sad that I can't give myself one
[19:39] <Birdflu> I'd have a great time
Once you have done a destructive attack with an opener and you want to mke a followum grabbing uke to steady what's remaining of him, where is the best part to grab him?