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So I got this suggestion on the ZMS server that said to solve the FL edge during EO, then the corner could be solved with Keyhole and would turn F2L into RU and a couple of D moves.
 

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L5EP

Between these two there are probably some good algs, if you can get good images that would be great(That’s why I haven’t learned the 5 cycles)
I'm generating images, and I'm using all three of the previous mentioned sources for algs. I also came up with a naming system, which either is a good idea or a bad one.

(Also since I never use google docs the page looks an awful lot like Kian's CMLLs lol)
 

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I don't think those two points are valid.
You can't have more freedom to orient the edges than with ZZ.
And advanced Petrus users orient 4 edges at the same time every day.
Fixed :)

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What are the main algs for EPLLs? I currently have:

U-Perms: RU & MU
H-Perm: M2 U M2 U2 M2 U M2 and an alternate version with U's
Z-Perm: (M2' U M2' U) (M' U2) (M2' U2 M')
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y' M' U (M2' U M2') U (M' U2 M2)


Am I missing any of the common algs?
 
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Fixed :)

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What are the main algs for EPLLs? I currently have:

U-Perms: RU & MU
H-Perm: M2 U M2 U2 M2 U M2 and an alternate version with U's
Z-Perm: (M2' U M2' U) (M' U2) (M2' U2 M')
and
y' M' U (M2' U M2') U (M' U2 M2)


Am I missing any of the common algs?
I use this Z Perm:
M U’ M2‘ U’ M2‘ U’ M U2’ M2‘ U
you hold it with an adj on right and front and the another adj on left an back.
 
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Fixed :)

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What are the main algs for EPLLs? I currently have:

U-Perms: RU & MU
H-Perm: M2 U M2 U2 M2 U M2 and an alternate version with U's
Z-Perm: (M2' U M2' U) (M' U2) (M2' U2 M')
and
y' M' U (M2' U M2') U (M' U2 M2)


Am I missing any of the common algs?
R2 S U perms. Here's on of them : y' R2 U S' U2 S U' R2
I know, it's just a beginner's method U perm on the side, but it still is quite good.
 

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Okay, so I'm working on WVCP(also I named WVCP+SVCP CLP[Corners Last Pair]), and I need an alg for this case. More than one alg is welcome :)

Edit: Done with WVCP(minus that one alg), gonna mirror them all before I start SVCP. I haven't found anything for SVCP, any help with algs/cases is welcome.
 
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Complete list of L5EP algs can be found here. DF edge will always be in the front.

A list of WVCP algs can be found here. It contains all algs(minus 1) if the pair can be inserted with (R U' R'). I'll be adding mirrored versions of the algs soon, then I'll start working on SVCP.
At least for now, just use the inverse of the scramble you listed on alg.cubing.net.
 

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Okay, sorry to break up the great Petrus-W work but I want to put all the changes to my method (now christened the "Double-Square" method) in one place. So, here we go:

As of now, there are two branches of the method: A speedsolving (pro) method and an intermediate method.

Speedsolving Method:
  1. Solve two 1x2x2 blocks on back right and back left.
  2. Do EO (using a combination of Roux and ZZ EO)
  3. Solve the DB edge and the FL F2L pair
  4. L5CO
  5. L6EP
Intermediate Method:
  1. Solve two 1x2x2 blocks on back right and back left.
  2. Do EO (same as above)
  3. Solve the DB edge and both remaining F2L pairs
  4. COLL
  5. L5EP
If anyone has any more suggestions, feel free to give them!
 

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