1. Really? Could you tell me what they are because i'm watching Dan Brown >.> and i have these algs

1) 2U*, 2L*, 2U, 2l, 2U, 2L*, 2U*, R, U', L, 2U, R', U, R, L', U', L, 2U, R', U, L', U

2) 2R*, 2B, 2U, L*, 2U, R'*, 2U, R*, 2U, 2F, R*, 2F, L'*, 2B, 2R*

3) 2r, 2U, 2r, 2U*, 2r, 2u

4) 2U*, 2L*, 2U, 2l, 2U, 2L*, 2U* F', U', F, U, F, R', 2F, U, F, U, F', U', F, R

5) 2r, 2U, 2r, 2U*, 2r, 2u

and of course there all used for different situations

2. Originally Posted by ISuckAtCubing
both parity are easy, the oll one almost dont even need to memorize
uhh, no. an oll parity fix is an awful alg, most people can't do it in under 5 seconds.

and no, there is no way to avoid it. just learn the two algs.

3. Originally Posted by TsColin
Really? Could you tell me what they are because i'm watching Dan Brown >.> and i have these algs

1) 2U*, 2L*, 2U, 2l, 2U, 2L*, 2U*, R, U', L, 2U, R', U, R, L', U', L, 2U, R', U, L', U

2) 2R*, 2B, 2U, L*, 2U, R'*, 2U, R*, 2U, 2F, R*, 2F, L'*, 2B, 2R* <-OLL Parity

3) 2r, 2U, 2r, 2U*, 2r, 2u

4) 2U*, 2L*, 2U, 2l, 2U, 2L*, 2U* F', U', F, U, F, R', 2F, U, F, U, F', U', F, R

5) 2r, 2U, 2r, 2U*, 2r, 2u <- PLL Parity
I really hate that notation.

4. If you don't like parity, learn cage. THat's where I started. Eventually, you'll want to learn those two algs (only the oll one should give ya trouble). Redux is faster than cage.

5. thx, ill just learn them the hard way :P

6. i tried cage once, but i wasnt used to it, maybe ill try cage after i learn the evil algs

7. Originally Posted by TsColin
i tried cage once, but i wasnt used to it, maybe ill try cage after i learn the evil algs
PLL parity isn't bad but yes, I'd say OLL parity is the most "evil" alg I use.

8. Originally Posted by Vulosity
I MIGHT and PROBABLY be wrong, but if you use the cage method, you won't get parity.

Parity's not much of a big deal. Two algs. That's it.
lol i have pll parity, oll parity, and double parity (pure versions for oll and dp) as part of my system...and also another parity case. there IS parity in cage...depends on which cage system though xD the old system that i used had no parity..
Originally Posted by aznmortalx
If you don't like parity, learn cage. THat's where I started. Eventually, you'll want to learn those two algs (only the oll one should give ya trouble). Redux is faster than cage.
lol you should think about what you say before saying it. xD you should say that generally redux is faster than cage because i'm much faster at cage than redux =P
Originally Posted by Kian
Originally Posted by TsColin
i tried cage once, but i wasnt used to it, maybe ill try cage after i learn the evil algs
PLL parity isn't bad but yes, I'd say OLL parity is the most "evil" alg I use.
i have more evil algs =(

9. Originally Posted by TsColin
2) 2R*, 2B, 2U, L*, 2U, R'*, 2U, R*, 2U, 2F, R*, 2F, L'*, 2B, 2R*
this one is nicer... and has proper notation:
r U2 x r U2 r U2 r' U2 l U2 r' U2 r U2 r' U2 r'

10. Learn cage if you don't like parities! I have had several solves around 2:15 with cage using my rubiks 5x5, and I just started. The algorithms are usually commutators/conjugates! I actually figured out all the algorithms I use.