A custom script I wrote which combines the concept of the duckroll script with the function of the doubleduck script (in other words it’s a custom duckroll script).
I don’t know the exact script that quad used, however I think he climbed the stairs faster than me by being able to strafe into the stairs whilst climbing them, whereas I could only move forwards.
Here’s the script I wrote:
alias +dd "-duck;wait;+duck;wait;-duck;wait;+duck"
alias -dd -duck
alias +ddspam "fps_max 250;alias _special ddspam;ddspam"
alias -ddspam "fps_max 250;alias _special"
alias ddspam "+dd;w10;-dd;w10;special"
Then of course just bind +ddspam
Take note that I’m running on NGHL at 250fps, so you may need to alter the amount of waits depending on whether you run at a different frame rate or not.
Also take note that this didn’t work consistently for me, the majority of the time I could reach halfway up the stairs, but then slow down significantly, I don’t know whether this has anything to do with frame dropping or not but I only managed to record two attempts where I climbed up the stairs at full speed throughout.