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  1. Familiar Terrain II

    So, this came about because of seeing 2 things while looking through some old posts: Miika's original Familiar Terrain thread (really cool idea), and Miika's post guessing how many safely steppable tiles there are in CC1 (around 30%, from the Pointless Trivia thread, though I think it's more like 50%...and we'll find out before too long since I'm counting via chip count feature on an edited version of the set). Anyway, this resulted in having to try some unorthodox things in various levels to try to reach places you wouldn't normally be able to. This brought about this image. Let's see if anyone can figure out how I got here (Hornlitz already knows). Yes, this is the stock version of The Last Laugh from CC1. Any other 'familiar terrain' puzzles from any official set (or custom set, even!) of either Miika's original type (show image, which level?) or this new twist (show level, but how to get there?) are welcome.
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