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** If checked, the surface the Faith Plate becomes a portalable white surface. If unchecked, the surface becomes a non-portalable black surface.
 
** If checked, the surface the Faith Plate becomes a portalable white surface. If unchecked, the surface becomes a non-portalable black surface.
 
* Pull surface
 
* Pull surface
** Moves the selected Faith Plate further into the room together with the wall/ceiling/floor block behind it.
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** Moves the selected Faith Plate further into the room together with the wall/floor block behind it.
 
* Push surface
 
* Push surface
** Pushes the selected Faith Plate out of the room together with the wall/ceiling/floor block behind it.
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** Pushes the selected Faith Plate out of the room together with the wall/floor block behind it.
  
 
== Editor Adjustments ==
 
== Editor Adjustments ==

Latest revision as of 00:50, 11 December 2012

This article contains content specific to the Portal 2 Puzzle Maker. For the Authoring Tools equivalent, see Faith Plate.
The Faith Plate in the Puzzle Maker.
The Faith Plate in-game.

Faith Plates are a testing element in Portal puzzles. When the player, or another object, touches a Faith Plate they are flung through the air toward a specific spot (marked with a cyan bullseye).

Item Properties

Entity Cost: 9

  • Delete item
    • Deletes the Faith Plate.
  • Portalable
    • If checked, the surface the Faith Plate becomes a portalable white surface. If unchecked, the surface becomes a non-portalable black surface.
  • Pull surface
    • Moves the selected Faith Plate further into the room together with the wall/floor block behind it.
  • Push surface
    • Pushes the selected Faith Plate out of the room together with the wall/floor block behind it.

Editor Adjustments

  • The target for the Faith Plate's landing can be adjusted in the editor by dragging the bullseye icon to a different tile
  • The height of the trajectory of the Faith Plate can be adjusted by dragging the yellow dot in the center of the dashed white arc
  • Dragging the bullseye on top of the Faith Plate will create a vertical trajectory with a height determined by the yellow dot