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    Here is a pack I been working on. 5 most known Quake 4 maps (duel) and I'm releasing it currently in an "as is" state since it would take too long to wait until the maps are done. So instead of me sitting on the maps because they are are playable already, I see no reason not to release them. other than Phrantic, the other maps still have areas where detailing is on the very start, or haven't been started at all yet. Original map designers: Lukin, Swelt and wviperw Map recreations by: spessu_sb Ps: Thanks especially to Lukin for making those maps, they have been a huge inspiration for me. -----ALL MAPS ARE WORK IN PROGRESS----- A Man Called Sun http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=682369260 Galang http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=682369360 Monsoon http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=682380562 Phrantic http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=682374821 Placebo Effect http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=682374750 edit: Thanks to slikk for crafting that "20c soup" Monsoon billboard logo 17.5.16 -renamed maps Phrantic and A Man Called Sun with ending (Q4 remake)
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    I was thinking about this too. At the moment servers are just servers and not community hubs. Things I loved about games like cs 1.6 that there would community servers with regular players, with some kind of inner rules. I would think this would be useful to make communities in servers, to have inner rules, that would be suggested to stick to. Those rules might make community hub servers with its community. I mostly at the moment see this useful for ATDM servers, for example suggesting that you shouldn't join match if it would make team unbalanced, last joined player if team unbalanced would go to specs and etc. Those wouldn't be strict rules, but something that server community could follow to make public games much better. Also there could be more useful information as well. I see this as great addition to the game and tool for players for creating communities. At least that's how I see it, it's only one opinion
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