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This little wad file and lmp demonstrates an strange behavior you get when playing with tome enabled mace balls and multiple player one starts in Heretic.

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This is a demonstration more than a level. It shows how powered mace spheres can teleport and travel indefinitely through stairs and teleporters until they home on a target. Here the targets are fake players (voodoo dolls). Hitting one kills the player instantly and violently (as expected), but in the demo the player launches lots of spheres, which will hit any of the many voodoo dolls, gibbing the player repeatedly.


Overall the best thing about this demo is that if an arena without obstacles is surrounded by teleporters going back into it, you can launch a super mace sphere and be sure that it will hit someone, sooner or later.


The demo plays correctly under Chocolate Heretic.

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what is this bollocks?

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