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So I'm trying to merge two face loops into one like so:

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would it be detrimental to do this using tris? If so is there any way of doing this with quads only? Any help is appreciated, thanks!

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Tris may or may not be problematic depending on your model :).

These are some ways to reduce two loops into one.
Including 2-level Subdivision, so you can see the resulting geometry.

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Further Reading: Topologyguides.com

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    $\begingroup$ Dangg I'm gonna use that site from now on it's useful af thanks! $\endgroup$ – IgnisOwl May 12 at 20:02
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    $\begingroup$ Couldn't say that better myself :). $\endgroup$ – Jachym Michal May 12 at 20:06

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