UST is a gigantic project, so I've written a sort of guide to help you to understand what it's comprised of and how all the video parts are organized. See Taxonomy for information on the names I used for stunts, Terminology if you don't know what a stunting-related word means, and Learning Stunts if you are interested in learning stunts using UST.
Before watching any of the tutorial content, I'd recommend you check out the intro videos. These videos present the content of UST in a short, stylized fashion that should be enjoyable to all viewers, regardless of their background or interest in Halo Stunting.
This project is comprised of 40 parts. These parts have a certain natural order which corresponds to the order in which I created them. However, I would not recommend watching the videos in this order unless you already know you want to watch all of them.
Basic stunting skills like how to PFR, how to do ledges, how to make warp machines, etc. are covered in the pre-tutorial videos, which correspond to the “Pre-Tut” videos in the project. If you have no experience with stunting in Halo: Combat Evolved it may be wise to start by watching these pre-tutorial videos. You can find a list of these pre-tutorial videos below:
- Banshee Base Stunts Pre-Tut
Covers how to maneuver banshees effectively.
- Ghost Base Stunts Pre-Tut
Covers how to get a ghost on top of a base on Blood Gulch.
- Hog Base Stunts Pre-Tut
Covers how to get a hog on top of a base on Blood Gulch.
- Tank Base Stunts Pre-Tut
Covers how to get a tank on top of a base on Blood Gulch.
- Explosion Launches Pre-Tut
Covers PFRs, synchronizing actions, and the spot making method. This is probably the most important pre-tutorial, as the skills it presents are essential to all fields of stunting, while the other tutorials tend to teach techniques that are specific to certain niches.
- Warp Launches Pre-Tut
Covers two methods to create warps and the two types of warp launches.
- Ledging Pre-Tut
Covers third person, sightjacker, and tapping.
- Insides Pre-Tut
Covers tank lifting and four types of warp machines including the standard forward warp.
Presented below is a list of the sections of the video. Each section is comprised of certain video parts which will have short descriptions to help you to ascertain your interest in them.