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Move Troll Kingdom from Puzzle to Parkour

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FPS limiter
Jul 25, 2020
This map has absolutley nothing in common with any other puzzle map what so ever, because it is not a puzzle.
It has search, yes, but the dominant part is parkour, therefore it should be parkour with search.
I won't go into any details, but i think the search is neglectable and especially the fact that there is no search category to put it in i think it is more missplaced in puzzles than it would be in the parkour section.
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IGN: Reppern
Mar 1, 2019
I believe it is currently in adventure, which should be fine for a map like that (minas is an adventure map as well). EDIT: This is inaccurate, it is indeed in puzzle
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The Sassy Dragon
Jan 5, 2018
I will disagree with you Kosmos. Troll Kingdom is a map with the search element as the main point. I would keep it at search with parkour due to the nature of the map. It is a very large map to work with and I don't think there is enough parkour to make it the main element.


Lemony Girl
Apr 30, 2020
I think that as a search map, it should be in adventure, as the search is the adventure, and it isn't a puzzle at all. You know exactly what you have to do, and exactly how to do it, just not where to go. That's exactly the premise of an adventure map, and not a puzzle at all. While we are at it, Trapapalooza is very much mixed parkour with search. It is not puzzle. Somebody fix this.


Bird Enthusiast
Mar 2, 2019
Honestly, I think we should add a new area for search, like we did for co-op. Maybe a separate wall.

Here's search maps that come to my mind immediately:

Troll Kingdom
End of World
City Spawn Head Hunt


May 13, 2015
Troll Kingdom isn't adventure because it's only two elements: search and parkour. Adventure is at least three; it's only two on rare occasions when the map is quite long and has a story, and even then it's usually labeled as mixed.

As for changing it to parkour, I disagree is for two reasons:
1. The search certainly isn't negligible. The map has many small caves all over the walls as well as the houses. There's a ton of content the player can look through before finding the correct path.
2. The search is the first element the player is presented with. If this map had the parkour first with the search as the latter half, then I'd consider it primarily parkour, but I think for cases where it's close, the first genre the player is faced with should be what the map is labeled as being. If this map gets labeled as parkour with search, many players will come into the map likely thinking it will have mostly parkour with search sprinkled in, but will instead be faced with a major search challenge and no parkour first. Though not entirely dishonest, I think a mixed parkour label would be rather misleading for this map.
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