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I'm going to put the method I came up with (and doubtless countless other people have) to solve it. It's not fast or advanced but it does the job.
1. Unjumble.
2. Solve the bottom corners+EO of F2L edges.
3. Solve EO on U.
4. Solve 2 corners on U.
5. Use a super long conjugate to orientate the last 2 corners.
6. Use non-junbling comms to solve as many centres as possible.
7. Use jumbling comms to solve the rest of the centres.
I figure out the comms on the spot so I haven't written anything down. It'd be nice to see this speed-optimised a little bit, and yeah, I'd support it as an event although events would have to be removed or another solution found (such as limiting how many events someone can do or how many people can sign up to an event).

But how about jumbling? That will raise the total alg by a lot count unless we can find some parity alg that can make any jumbled CeOLL/ CePLL into an unjumbled state.

I called it clover leaf because it looks like one. I call them triangles just because RedKB calls them triangles and he is probably the first one to name them.

You can't swap only those 2 centers (easily) because the center permutation is even barring significant jumbling. You have to do a 3-cycle of centers, for example the misplaced red once and two blue ones.

Well generally you can do things like (UR+ LF+ UF UR- LF-) to swap two pairs of centers, one within a single orbit and one pair of centers from different orbits. It is not so hard to use moves like this to get centers in appropriate orbits.

Well generally you can do things like (UR+ LF+ UF UR- LF-) to swap two pairs of centers, one within a single orbit and one pair of centers from different orbits. It is not so easy to use moves like this to get centers in appropriate orbits.

What curvy copter should I get (Australia)? I can't seem to find anything but the lanlan one, is it ok? Like 20aud ok?
Btw wish Lin loving the new profile pic

The lanlan is perfectly fine. It's actually easier to do jumbles on, which is preferential for a jumbling puzzle like Curvy Copter.

Copter is a fairly old puzzle, but it's only being put into a more serious light recently. I'd still get one anyway, however.

Speed copters might become a thing if it turns out that this is a popular puzzle, which seems exciting. (I'm actually in the process of designing one now!)

This might prove to be very useful, but for our weekly competition we are using the icon set from the WCA (I am adding icons as we add non-official events), and they must be in SVG format. Do you have this in SVG format? Also, they need to match the general dimensions of the others in the set, based on a 500 x 500 grid. You can check the others out on github: https://github.com/cubing/icons