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Stabilizer Square

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The Stabilizer Square is an Action Block. The Stabilizer Square can generate thrust for hovering, flight or movement; it can also be used to stabilize/balance a flying model so that it doesn't tip or bank easily.

Notes[edit | edit source]


  • The Stabilizer Square is a special variant of the Stabilizer, configured as a Slab instead of a full Block. This allows placement that is not possible with a regular Stabilizer.


  • The Stabilizer Square can be attached to any other block using any of its six surfaces. (However, its front face can only be attached via interlocking with a Slab-sized block.)


  • If a block is attached to the Stabilizer Square, it can be moved by the Stabilizer Square's directional thrust.


  • By default, a placed Stabilizer Square adds a Hover Scripting Tile to its Script Window. On play, the Stabilizer Square (and any attached model) will attempt to hover at its starting altitude, at a moderate strength of 5. This default Tile can be replaced or modified by the user.


List of Scripting Tiles[edit | edit source]

Image Tile Name Description Parameter
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Hover Causes the Stabilizer Square (and any attached model) to attempt to hover at its starting altitude Strength (Slider)
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Stabilize Causes the Stabilizer Square (and any attached model) to try to remain upright in its starting position Strength (Slider)
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Up Creates thrust from the Stabilizer Square's nozzle; Stabilizer Square can be attached to objects to move them Force (Slider)
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Down Creates thrust from the Stabilizer Square's nozzle; Stabilizer Square can be attached to objects to move them Force (Slider)


Usage[edit | edit source]

Usage information for this block.

Tips & Tricks[edit | edit source]

The Stabilizer Square has an interesting property that when Down force is applied, it makes a sound that differs in pitch depende