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I'm trying to get good at Bedwars, and one of the main things that is allowing people to get the advantage over me is that they can bridge up faster than I can, thus easily getting the high ground. I'm good at normal speed bridging, I can do it fast and consistently (using the ninja bridge method, shifting and unshifting), but I can't figure out how to do it when bridging up.
How do I do this?

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It's just a pattern that you have to get used to.

Hold the S key, shift on the edge of a block, place a block backwards and unshift, and jump up and place a block up, and then repeat.

All of this would be done in less than a quarter of a second with micro adjustments to keep proper spacing as well, but it gets much easier by just doing it more by practicing.

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  • can I go faster than pillaring doing this?
    – Millard
    Apr 8 at 1:21
  • What do you mean by pillaring? Like pillaring up?...
    – Hacker
    Apr 21 at 11:56
  • yes that's what i mean. I am trying to judge when it's best to use this technique vs pillaring if I need to beat someone. Also, is it possible to do this while holding A and S keys?
    – Millard
    Apr 21 at 17:34
  • I've been using this method and it is possible to do it while holding A and S which makes it fast and convenient. =D
    – Millard
    Jun 7 at 17:02

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