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Featured Article: Walker

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The walker, also known as a dumbbell, is a monster which looks like the planet Uranus: a turquoise ball with a gray axis tilted at 45 degrees, and works similar to the pink ball, glider and fireball, but chooses a random direction out of all legal directions to turn when it runs into something. This movement pattern can often lead to fits of frustration among even the highest-level Chipsters, and particularly among less experienced groups. Like the bug, the walker dies in water and on bombs, and treats fire as a wall.

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