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* "[[Hero shot]]", named for Hero of the Day
 
* "[[Hero shot]]", named for Hero of the Day
 
* "Taco tank", named for Taco, collecting the Energy Tank in [[Blue Brinstar Energy Tank Room]] without Hi-Jump Boots or a [[Damage Boost]]
 
* "Taco tank", named for Taco, collecting the Energy Tank in [[Blue Brinstar Energy Tank Room]] without Hi-Jump Boots or a [[Damage Boost]]
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* "Becky Twist", named for WhiteMageBecky, is a set of two turnarounds to time the delay between the beam shot and the supers for the Charge Quick Kill on [[Kraid]]
  
 
== Infamy ==
 
== Infamy ==

Latest revision as of 20:32, 2 December 2019

This is a list of techniques named after a runner who either discovered or popularized the technique.

Complimentary Naming

  • "Kronic Boost", named for KronicSauce
  • "Behemoth Spark", the technique of using a diagonal Shinespark to ascend the Climb during the ending escape sequence
  • "Behemoth Climb" or "JD Climb", named for either Behemoth or just_defend, refers to using ledgegrabs in a weaving pattern to ascend the Climb near the start of the game
  • "Static Climb", named for StaticNine, a different ledgegrab climb that exclusively jumps to the right of all central platforms instead of weaving
  • "Zeni Suit", named for ShinyZeni, is a Spike Suit gained in the Lower Norfair Spring Ball Maze Room, and used in the Botwoon Energy Tank Room
  • "Hero shot", named for Hero of the Day
  • "Taco tank", named for Taco, collecting the Energy Tank in Blue Brinstar Energy Tank Room without Hi-Jump Boots or a Damage Boost
  • "Becky Twist", named for WhiteMageBecky, is a set of two turnarounds to time the delay between the beam shot and the supers for the Charge Quick Kill on Kraid

Infamy

  • Golden Mockball, in the Dachora Room. Golden talked about his reputation of not getting this trick in his commentary of the SGDQ 2013 100% run, as well as his Any% tutorial
  • Kojakt's name has been verbed to refer to accidentally firing a Super Missile
  • "Zeni Spark", named for ShinyZeni, is an attempted Behemoth Spark that bonks on one of the platforms. Named due to this happening during Zeni's first World Record in RBO
  • Sloaters Refill, named because Sloaters would take enough damage during RBO runs to need the health refill
  • "goop spark", named for goop.Q, is a shinespark that goes up, when it was meant to go horizontally. Goop made an upwards-sparking emote as a result of the reputation
  • Tourian Escape Room 4 is also known as the "Leodox Room" due to due to a missed ledge grab making a decisive difference in a tournament match between Leodox and WildAnaconda69