downloop or kiteloop...depends where the kite is when you come down.
If the kite is too far in front, kiteloop it and it becomes a helicopter loop (looping above you).
If the kite is too far behind the zenith, downloop it.
Both ways will help to get the kite above you again.
Saved me several times...instead of crashing hard, I landed soft as can be
What do you mean by "in front"? You mean, it's shot to the edge of the window in the direction you're heading?
And downloop when you're sent the kite too far back on takeoff?
How much height do you need to pull that off?
Usually, I just make sure the kite is "overhead" and hold on till the last moment, then redirect hard. It's not always successful though
Oh and... is it just me, or do Crossbows not do much when looped?