So lately I've noticed there's a ton of talk regarding the bhop rule, a lot of misconseption, and a lot of interpratations on why it's a rule, what the rule implies, or just why/why not it should(n't) be a rule. I think we as a community could benefit from talking about it some so I'm making this thread. For starters, what constitudes bunny hopping; Bunny Hopping at it's core is the name of a fairly specific set of actions that leads to increased speed above what normal gravity/friction/stamina/settings, your weapon movement speed, and air accelerate should allow. When you land a jump on the descend, if you time your second jump well to exactly when you hit the ground, you will not lose speed you created from both downwards gravity and the air accelerate among many other factors. Jumping multiple times, or strafing and jumping doesn't nessasarily mean they're bhopping. They're moving around fairly, and playing the game as intended. Jumping while going down a steap hill increases speed, but isn't bunny hopping. Jumping after a surf so that you keep current momentum isn't a bhop. Bhopping isn't an unfair advantage because "Not everyone can Bhop". It's built into the game, and it can be done by anyone who chooses to learn and has the skill. The problem is that we as a community play by a predefined set of rules, and that players who still bhop while the rule is there gain an advantage against those who play by the rules. The rule exists not only because is it annoying to play against, but also because it's easier to Bunny hop due to the difference in settings on bor3d gaming compared to regular competive/casual settings. There's also a rampant ammount of bunny hop scripters compared to other cheats and scripts and it's harder to detect even with additional detection for admins which may not work until there's a long string of unhuman jumps in a row. As it stands, it's not clear in our rules what is or isn't a bhop according to us (Not even all the admins seem to agree). I think we could also benefit from making it physically harder to bhop in servers. Making it harder to bhop means it'll keep average players from getting in trouble, require less admin intervention, and require people to put effort in if they want to bhop (iregardless of if we need the rule afterwards or not). Players also shouldn't Bhop to gain any sort of advantage. I personally don't care if players bhop in circles at hold points unless it's stopping the zombies from getting you as easily if you weren't.