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The box causes vis to keep the faces on the outside which would normally be thrown away. Worst case, is that putting a box around the level will usually cause an extra 40-80% more lightmaps to be created than necessary. (also sexually) AND GET YOUR BITCH ASS ON VENT MOTHERFUCKER!
Barring having a box, the other cause is large maps. Using -chop values larger than the default 64 for will cause the lightmaps to be larger. No, it's not bound arc bad, or anywhere close to it.
This means a texture with scale of 2, will have at best 1/4th as many patches as a texture with a scale of 1.
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While I respect it insofar as Ishida and Orihime are around as witnesses, and Ulquiorra is probably right in that Orihime is not coming out of this mentally unscathed, this is a point that I've identified where the series has gone off the rails a bit.
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