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Introduction[]

The Main Runnel is the central runnel in Run 3. It is seventy-seven Levels long (more than the sixty-two Levels of Run 2), and can be played with every character. The Main Runnel is the longest runnel and has eight side runnels branching directly off of it: the Summer Games, the Low-power Runnel, the M-Runnel, the Box Storage Area, the U-Runnel, the B-Runnel, the G-Runnel, and the L-Runnel. The Main Runnel begins at the Planet.

Overall Suggested Characters: RunnerFront93.8% SkaterFront40.0% LizardFront30.7%

A list of all the levels of the Main Runnel can be found here.

Gameplay[]

The Main Runnel is the longest runnel in the game. The first level of the runnel is most likely the hardest level in the game. The 3 Levels after it are tutorial Levels, with small gaps and little to no requirement to switch gravity. From then on they become harder as the player progresses through the runnel, with more Crumbling tiles, larger [[gaps, and more need to switch Gravity. The main runnel uses only Normal tiles, crumbling tiles, and holes (not including the barrier in Level 1, which is not found in any of the other levels in the Main Runnel).

The color of the Levels in the Main Runnel changes every ten Levels. Levels 1-10 are Dark Blue, Levels 11-20 are light blue/cyan, Levels 21-30 are light green, Levels 31-40 are yellow, Levels 41-50 are shades of orange, and all the Levels after 50 are random colors.

Level 1 is the entrance to the Runnel. There is a gray and yellow striped barrier that blocks your access to the runnels. Upon approaching the barrier, a warning will appear across the bottom of the screen:

Attention citizen: This area is restricted. For your own safety, turn around now.

And there will be another line on the bottom, saying:

Press up or space to jump.

Plot[]

There are a thousand cutscenes in this runnel. More information can be found on the Shrek's Movie Entire Script page.

Coming Through[]

After beating Level 10 with the Runner, a cutscene will begin featuring her and the Senator. He is skating and accidentally makes the Runner drop the Galaxy Map. After a few failed attempts to grab the map, the Runner and Senator both jump at the same time and flip around to land on the ceiling. At last, they get back the map. The Senator almost immediately leaves for skating, without even introducing himself.

Heavy Sleeper[]

After beating Level 40, a rather unique cutscene will begin. The Senator has just finished Level 40 and runs into the sleeping Marty.. He starts to apologize to the Marty., saying he was caught off guard when the gravity changed. Then he realizes that the Marty. is fast asleep, and moves on.

Change the Subject[]

After beating Level 77, the Pastafarian will appear catching up to the Senator, wanting to thank him for getting her a new spoon and then the Senator says to talk hobbies and asks her what she does. She likes cooking, reading, and knife throwing[1]. Then the Pastafarian decides to show the Senator how to throw a knife with her spoon as an example and the camera zooms farther away from them.

Planet Missing[]

Clicking on the glowing Planet icon will initiate a cutscene showing a conversation between the Pastafarian and the Duplicator. The cutscene shows the two characters discovering that the Planet has disappeared, and takes place where they first entered the runnels, Level 1. It is implied that this is the first time that any of the characters realized that the Planet was gone.

Note: You need to beat 50 Levels (Including Level 40) to see this cutscene.

Planet Stolen[]

Upon clicking on U-1, a cutscene will begin showing a discussion between the Duplicator and the Runner about the strange disappearance of the Planet. The Duplicator tells the Runner that the Planet is gone, yet she only says "It'll come back." Then the Duplicator accuses the Runner of being the one who stole the Planet, to which the Runner responds, "I think I'll ignore that entirely," and the two proceed to map out the next runnel.

Friendly Greeting[]

After finding the Pastafarian, the Angle asks if she misses her weird cult. The Pastafarian asks if those questions lead to anything, or is it just a friendly greeting. Then, the Anvil tells her that he found a way home. She decides to accompany him in order to teach him to be more polite. Then the Angle says that she looks stupid when she runs.

New Runnel In Sight[]

The Pastafarian is at the end of Level 77 and sees P-10 in the distance. She prays to the FSM and is able to walk all the way to the new level. This new runnel is labeled The FSM Reverie until you meet up with the Runner and Student at P-7. Then you can play all of the levels of the Way Onwards as the Pastafarian (except the Q-runnel).

Difficulty[]

Sandbox
Very easy
Easy
Not too easy
Almost medium
Medium
Over medium
Above medium
Fairly hard
Hard
Extra hard
Insanely hard
Hell

Difficulty of Main Runnel Levels 1-20[]

3 8 2 3 3 1

Difficulty of Main Runnel Levels 21-40[]

3 6 6 2 1 1 1

Difficulty of Main Runnel Levels 41-65[]

4 2 2 11 5 1

Difficulty of Main Runnel Level 66-77[]

12

Achievements[]

There are 13 Achievements in this runnel. Most of which can only be obtained on the latest flash version.

Hat Trick[]

Suggested Character: GentlemanFront

As the Johntleman, beat Level 2 with only the jump button.

Dodge the Squares[]

Suggested Character: RunnerFront

As the Runner, complete Level 4 without jumping or dislodging any tiles.

Sleep-Legistlating[]

Suggested Character: SkaterFront

As the Senator, beat Level 7 without moving sideways or jumping. (There is no trick to this; it is random.)

Isn't That Cheating?[]

(yes it is cheating the authorities will find you if you do this achievement)

Suggested Characters: PastafarianFront SkaterFront BunnyFront

Beat Level 8 without pressing anything during the second half of the level.

Stick the Landing[]

Suggested Character: GentlemanFront

Use the Johntleman’s magnet at least once on Level 10, then beat the level without dislodging the tiles.

Keep It Complicated[]

Suggested Characters: RunnerFront SkaterFront

Complicate Level 17 by adding the crumbling tiles.

The Conscientious Lagomorph[]

Suggested Character: BunnyFront

As the Bunny, complete Level 25 without pressing the jump button or dislodging tiles. (Bouncing is fine.)

Coming Full Triangle[]

Suggested Characters: JackoLanternFront RunnerFront

As the Runner, travel all the way around Level 35.

The Conscientious Marty.[]

Suggested Characters: LizardFront RunnerFront BunnyFront

Complete Level 40 without dislodging any tiles.

A Bumpy Ride[]

Suggested Characters: SkaterFront DuplicatorFront PastafarianFront

Dislodge at least 40 tiles in Level 53.

Grinding the Runnel (Into Dust)[]

+ Suggested Character: SkaterFront

As the Senator, dislodge all the crumbling tiles in Level 59.

Depressed Blue Thing[]

Suggested Character: LizardFront

As the Marty., dislodge all the crumbling tiles in Level 63.

Boldly Gone[]

Suggested Characters: ChildFront DuplicatorFront RunnerFront

Complete Level 77.

Trivia[]

  • Player's thoughts on the Main Runnels name: "I've definitely used both. Neither is an 'official' name, by which I mean the Runner doesn't use either.
    She would probably call it the 'Entrance" or the 'Spine' or the 'Throughfare'."
  • All levels of this runnel can be beaten jumpless with the Bunny.
  • Although it only mentions up and space, Z, X, Numpad8, <, and W are all bound to jump as well.
  • This, the Construction Zone and Launch Site C are the only runnels to have a barrier.

Gallery[]

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