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A '''half-pipe''' is a section of a [[tracks|track]] where it is possible to perform [[Aerial tricks|tricks]] on both sides of the road in ''[[Mario Kart Wii]]''. They are usually pulsating from blue to purple. You can do a stunt, but you get a boost even if you don't. The best example would be the final stretch of [[DK Summit]], which features [[Shy Guy]]s performing tricks on snowboards. In these terms, "half-pipe" means "half-cylinder", which is what a half-pipe road looks like. There is only one mandatory half-pipe, in [[Rainbow Road]]. All the others are optional, but many are hard to avoid. Half-pipes are useful for prolonged boosts of [[speed]] since a racer can just drive constantly along the edge of the top without doing tricks. This can be done on [[Waluigi Stadium]].
 
A '''half-pipe''' is a section of a [[tracks|track]] where it is possible to perform [[Aerial tricks|tricks]] on both sides of the road in ''[[Mario Kart Wii]]''. They are usually pulsating from blue to purple. You can do a stunt, but you get a boost even if you don't. The best example would be the final stretch of [[DK Summit]], which features [[Shy Guy]]s performing tricks on snowboards. In these terms, "half-pipe" means "half-cylinder", which is what a half-pipe road looks like. There is only one mandatory half-pipe, in [[Rainbow Road]]. All the others are optional, but many are hard to avoid. Half-pipes are useful for prolonged boosts of [[speed]] since a racer can just drive constantly along the edge of the top without doing tricks. This can be done on [[Waluigi Stadium]].
 
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Revision as of 12:55, June 16, 2015

A half-pipe is a section of a track where it is possible to perform tricks on both sides of the road in Mario Kart Wii. They are usually pulsating from blue to purple. You can do a stunt, but you get a boost even if you don't. The best example would be the final stretch of DK Summit, which features Shy Guys performing tricks on snowboards. In these terms, "half-pipe" means "half-cylinder", which is what a half-pipe road looks like. There is only one mandatory half-pipe, in Rainbow Road. All the others are optional, but many are hard to avoid. Half-pipes are useful for prolonged boosts of speed since a racer can just drive constantly along the edge of the top without doing tricks. This can be done on Waluigi Stadium.

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