Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga adheres to the old videogame tradition of preventing the player from killing children. If you whack them with a lightsaber, they take the impact from the hit, but don’t pop into Lego bits like other enemies in the game. So, naturally, players are comboing young Anakin Skywalker, and other kids, from one part of the map to another to save time.
Twitch streamer Red Orb has dubbed the technique “Child Flight.” (opens in new tab) Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has a new combat system that resembles character action games like Devil May Cry. You can repeatedly hit enemies—or immortal children on your team, like Anakin—in the air without falling back to the ground. This can be used to cross gaps in the levels that you’d otherwise be unable to jump over.