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Has anyone come up with an effective method for remembering what order the logos go in?
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

If I see a logo then we are in big trouble!
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

Assuming you're in the driver's station, scoring logos in front of yourself the From Right to left: Triangle, Circle, Square, Triangle, Circle, Square.

And if you can't remember that, think of it like this: The Circle always goes on the highest peg of the row, then to it's left is a square and to the circles right is a triangle. (Again, if you're in the driver's station scoring on yourself.)

If you're really in a pinch, look at your opponents peg board, and do the opposite.
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

if this is an issue I recommend just taping some symbols to the driver console in the correct order as a reminder.
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

We messed up once in two competitions. It isn't that hard to remember, but it happens.
Backwards logos are more fun anyways =P
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

From the drive team's point of view:

Red = Right

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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

Here is a fairly complicated way to remember:

Think of Pi.

Reviewing the objects number of exposed points on the game pieces - Triangle (3), Circle (1), Square (4)
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

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if this is an issue I recommend just taping some symbols to the driver console in the correct order as a reminder.
Now that I've thought about it more, if my drivers need a reminder on what order to score tubes in, I'd probably start looking for new drivers...
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Now that I've thought about it more, if my drivers need a reminder on what order to score tubes in, I'd probably start looking for new drivers...
Yeah that is what helped me pick our final drivers, one alway forgot the logo. I haven't ever had to tell our driver where to place a tube.

Don't know the logo, go scout and learn it for off-season!
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

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Here is a fairly complicated way to remember:

Think of Pi.

Reviewing the objects number of exposed points on the game pieces - Triangle (3), Circle (1), Square (4)
...because "Red, White and Blue" is too hard for us Americans to figure out?
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

I think of it like 3-2-1.

Tri-an-gle Cir-cle Square.
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Re: the hardest part of logo motion

If you are like me and play Castlevania: Symphony of the Night like a pro, here is an easy way to remember the logo. since to shield dash on playstation you need to hit triangle to dash and then circle to cancel that dash, and sometimes you need square to attack.
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