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A world unit is the basic unit of measure when dealing with BZFlag. World units have no real-world counterpart, as they are a purely virtual concept, they can be though of to be equivalent to about 1 meter in length if you assume a roughly real world sized [[tank]].
 
A world unit is the basic unit of measure when dealing with BZFlag. World units have no real-world counterpart, as they are a purely virtual concept, they can be though of to be equivalent to about 1 meter in length if you assume a roughly real world sized [[tank]].
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== Some useful measures ==
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{| cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="1" width="60%"
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|-
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|width="70%"|Doable jump height
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|width="10%"|17.0
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|-
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|Jump height limit (next to impossible)
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|19.0
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|-
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|Tank length
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|8.04
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|-
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|Tank width
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|2.8
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|-
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|Tank height
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|2.08
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|-
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|Barrel height
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|1.6
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|-
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|}
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</div>
  
 
[[Category:Map Making]]
 
[[Category:Map Making]]
 
[[Category:Concepts]]
 
[[Category:Concepts]]

Revision as of 14:48, 7 July 2007

A world unit is the basic unit of measure when dealing with BZFlag. World units have no real-world counterpart, as they are a purely virtual concept, they can be though of to be equivalent to about 1 meter in length if you assume a roughly real world sized tank.

Some useful measures

Doable jump height 17.0
Jump height limit (next to impossible) 19.0
Tank length 8.04
Tank width 2.8
Tank height 2.08
Barrel height 1.6