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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - analleakage
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#142 to #4 - anon id: a19bb78e
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Jesus Christ...

are you saying the lockpicking in Oblivion was semi-realistic?
User avatar #127 to #4 - grilled
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**** dude, my pic would've broke before the second lock
#117 to #4 - anon id: 9c13ccb4
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Two options here.
1. That gif is pure ********.
2. I'm the worst educated locksmith ever
User avatar #100 to #4 - thinlizzy
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i feel a lot less safe that 76 people favorited this to learn how to pick locks
#97 to #4 - doyouevenupload
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I found this quite arousing.
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#74 to #4 - alexzerian
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I ******* love you, i tried to find out how it works the whole time
User avatar #71 to #4 - unicornpreben
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What's the point of the bottom piece? And what is that tiny yellow "this-is-the-one-to-do"-indicator?
User avatar #80 to #71 - ViXi
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The bottom piece is putting tension on the lock so that the pins will get caught, otherwise they would just fall back down after being pushed up.
And the tiny yellow "this-is-the-one-to-do"-indicator is a "this-is-the-one-to-do" indicator.
User avatar #174 to #80 - unicornpreben
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Can you explain to me why there is a specific order? Why can't you just tap them from left to right?
User avatar #180 to #174 - ViXi
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Okay um, locks are made so the pins SHOULD be evenly in line, but they aren't, so only the pin that's under the most tension will get caught when pushed up. It's basically taking advantage of the impreciseness. Not sure if I explained well enough but it's been a while since this topic came up.
User avatar #181 to #180 - unicornpreben
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Okay..
So when you stick a key in the lock, it just pushes all of them at once
User avatar #184 to #181 - ViXi
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Yep when you put in the right lock it gets all the pins to the right position.
So when lockpicking, all the tension in on a single pin at a time, that's the only pin that can get caught until it's caught, then the tension moves onto the next pin, and so on till the lock turns.
User avatar #75 to #71 - analleakage
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you must be fun at parties
#35 to #4 - dsgbiohazard
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This comment has more than half its likes in favorites.
#81 to #35 - krumpetking
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*thumbs, remember next time, the rest of funnyjunk isn't so merciful.
User avatar #7 to #4 - daentraya
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Oh.. So oblivions lockpicking is actually quite accurate..
User avatar #16 to #7 - voltblack
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That **** it impossible to figure out.
User avatar #56 to #16 - notpostingnotcomen
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i actually found it quite easy, but of course when i got the skeleton key it was just mash auto attempt
User avatar #8 to #7 - ReeferTrees
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Thief: Deadly Shadows had just about perfectly accurate lockpicking if I remember... haven't played in a while though.