TL;DR at the bottom, read the full text for context/breakdown. So I found this really interesting glitch accidentally and I thought I’d share it with you guys cus it’s pretty cool. I seriously doubt that anyone else has found this glitch tbh, so much so that part of me didn’t want to share it since I know now it’ll inevitably be fixed but oh well (but who knows maybe others have found it and just chose not to share it or someone has already posted about this and I’m an idiot; those are possible as well lol). But anyways, long preface out of the way, this glitch in question basically allows you to change your movement mode to any one you’d like, yes seriously. And no this isn’t some elaborate joke where I say “it’s actually a respec token” lol, you legitimately can change your movement without using one, “permanently.” The video below shows it. I didnt record how to do it in the video, but when I realized it was happening I recorded the evidence of it (excuse if it’s a little all over the place, I was kinda just messing around n didn’t realize it’d be almost 4 minutes lol). To do the glitch you need to have either the journeyman’s boots, the monitor propulsion pack, or the gloves of clinging. You see these items allow you to change movement (so from now on I’ll refer to them as movement pieces), but they force you to wear the piece so it drastically lowers your CR. Make sure you have either of these on (which ever movement you want to become “permanent”) and then head to on duty. Que into any pve instance where you play as an iconic (haven’t tested it in legends content but I’d think it’d work just the same) like The Hunt, Aegis of truth, etc, and then leave the instance. After this, go to your inventory and take off the piece changing your movement mode, you’ll notice that you’re STILL in the mode you were changed too even tho the piece is now unequipped! (So in my case flight). Cool right? This means you can be super speed to maximize damage, but fly around if you want to. Now to the reason why I say it’s “permanent.” The only ways to use your normal movement mode are to either A. Equip the piece corresponding to your actually movement mode (so in my case equipping the journey man boots “gave” me super speed again). or B. Relogging. Thats it. And relogging is the only solution that fixes it permantly, not superficially like equipping one of the 3 movement pieces. If you choose not to relog then literally nothing else works (which is great). All of the following will not undo this glitch: • Warping • Going into an instance/leaving an instance • Switching roles • Switching armories • Dying • Going through portals • Respeccing So yeah, pretty cool glitch, go have some fun with it while it’s here. And to the guy reading this that already knew about it and now will be upset that the devs know about it, sorry bro lmao. As far as any practical uses for this tho I’m pretty sure you guys can figure it out. I’ll give you one to start with: the alert for Save The Universe right now is TD. There’s a bunch (pretty much all of them) of skipable adds in this alert and the easiest way to get by them undetected is to fly over em, so much so that I remember ppl using the little Dino trinket that turns you into a pterodactyl just to do so back in the day lol. What I’ve been doing now is doing this little trick before I go into TD, that way when it’s time to skip the adds I don’t have to swap on the movement piece to fly over (which lowers my cr) I’m just already flight. So yeah, that’s all I got. TL;DR if you put on a movement piece (journeyman’s boots, monitor propulsion pack, or gloves of clinging), que into an iconic solo, and then leave, that movement mode will stick to you “permanently” (until you relog) even once you’ve unequipped the piece.