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Step 1: White Floor and Network Start-Up
This is the white floor where balls (not from paths 2 & 3) land here and bouncy off rubber bands I put on so they don't stay.
Step 2: Network 1
This network uses an arm lift to bring the balls to paths 1-3.
Step 3: Path 1
This path features my new element, path hanger and 95martb's gap element I kind of modified.
Step 4: Path 2
This path features MinnesotaRandomCrap's maze and my new double pathing which is under the maze.
Step 5: Path 3
This path was just made to fit in.
Step 6: The Bottom Path That Connects Paths 2 & 3
Instead of trying to get paths 2 & 3 to head for the white floor, I thought "why not just make a path for paths 2 & 3 to go under everything to the pathing that's right before the balls enter the circle lift."
Step 7: Network 2
This network has a chain lift with my own custom top and a new kind of path curve which brings the balls to paths 4-6.
Step 8: Path 4
This path features a large ball alternator and MinnesotaRandomCrap's double dropper element I modified to act like and flipper.
Step 9: Path 5
Not much for this path, just regular ball alternators.
Step 10: Path 6
This path greatly features my new triple-dropper element which requires a basket and extra pathing. My personal favorite.