Shachiku Train (社畜トレイン)

A donation TSD → TSD method.

Building Shachiku Train

The requirement for this setup is a 2 height wall and a block at either of the 2 yellow-colored spots to place your S or Z mino. For this example, we will place a S:

After placing your S, hang a L. These two mino placements are the core of Shachiku Train.

Create an overhang, do the TSD, and create another overhang to do the next TSD. The second overhang is often created with a Z when you use the SL combination. If you use the ZJ combination for the mirrored setup, the second overhang will be created with a S.

One thing to keep in mind while building this setup is the number of S and Zs that you have in your queue. You will often need a total of 3 S and Zs.

Examples




Shachiku Train can be combined with a TST:

credit to kazu for this example

Here's an example of combining it with an O donation:


credit to kazu for the example

Compare With

Compare Shachiku Train with this TSS and Cut copy

Here are some examples built with different pieces that make the same shape as Shachiku Train:

credit to cosin307 for the first example. credit to amie for the second example

Notes

Empty Column

Shachiku Train does not care which columns are empty underneath as long as there is a platform (marked yellow below) to place your S.

However, having an empty column at a position like above (marked sky blue) gives you two benefits: ① You can place your L before placing your S (instead of depending on the prior placment of S), and ② the empty column for the second TSD aligns with this empty column.

Some examples:



credit to nrte96 for the examples

Repeating Shachiku Train

Another effect of having an empty column at that position is being able to repeat Shachiku Train.


Example:


credit to kazu for the example

See Also / References

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