The first landing stance, rotationally, and the most popular, the complete landing is simply landing facing the opposite direction of the flip, similar to a backflip. When landing singularly, such as for swingthroughs, or sequentially for transitions like vanish, the landing is marked by the outside kicking leg landing first. It is this landing that marks the single, double, triple, etc rotations in tricking. This backward landing facilitates natural, and relatively easy swingthroughs into backswing tricks, like corks and gainers, as well as vanishes into cheat takeoffs, commonly. Because of this, the vast majority of twist axis tricks will terminate in this stance, or at the same fundamental rotation on both feet, still carrying the ‘complete’ tag.