"It's never just jump. When you get to the level when you think about serious gaps or heights, questions about grip and stability become your only focus. When you see a tracer awkwardly clamber over the side of an arm jump to test it before he does it for real it's not because he doubts his ability to be able to jump across, it's because he needs to feel the surface, the moment of touch so he can feel it on a visceral level before he can really convince himself that it's safe to do."
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