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Originally posted by Robot Monkey@Mar 12 2004, 09:30 AM

I think Joel is saying he's okay for 11pm NTZ (normal time zone).


How about we jump on at 10:30? We can get stuff sorted by the time Joel finishes cutting out pictures of Willow and taping them to his "Boy, this is creepy" wall.

That wall is full. I'm working on the Kim Bauer wall, now...

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Originally posted by Robot Monkey+Mar 12 2004, 01:45 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Robot Monkey @ Mar 12 2004, 01:45 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-CaptDS9E@Mar 12 2004, 01:33 PM

10:30 EST is good for me. Ill hop on right after stargate. If i happen to be in another R6 room just send me a invite



Just so everyone is clear, "Ding! Fries are done" games are for crappy players. [/b]

So, Joey will be there, right?



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Actually there is also something else that many of you probably dont know about, which we could try. A bunch of us from the r6 clan do it once and a while. Its called president . There is a way to use a co-op map in team play mode. Both teams spawn at the same point. However this is how it goes. You use a map thats linear . Otherwise it dosnt work very well. One person starts off as president and he gets a certain number of secret service guys depending on how many people are in the room. They are only allowed to use a certain weapon(cant remember at the moment) and explosive charges. Pres can only use a pistol and charges. they get a headstart of like 35 seconds . The other team is the terrorist hunters. they can use any weapon they want and greandes. the point is to get the president. Whoever gets the president is pres next round and picks his Service Men. Its a really fun game. Its pretty much a giant game of cat and mouse. .



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Hate to tell ya jay but your not so bad yourself there :-) and its not my fault 3 guys lined up while they opened a door :tu:


Oh and by the way scott. Your team may win if you dont blow them all up with 1 grenade. Just a suggestion there :lmfao:

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President sounds like fun!


Bryan, one must be relatively bad to play in Ding! games. A low-middle ability is sometimes okay. We didn't start these get-togethers to be petty. The reason for it is that there are a bunch of us who can't play with regular folks.


We get whacked 30 seconds into each match. We blow ourselves up throwing grenades into doorframes instead of through doors. We deploy CS in order to deny area to the enemy, then forget to take masks and gas ourselves.


So we try to get together to play in games where we can get kills and win games.


That said, there's no reason why you can't join in the fun if you aren't sure whether you fit or not. There's no test and no administration. If it turns out that you're too good, no biggie. Now we know.


Besides, even if you are too good, it might work out anyway depending on the mix of the Ding! players. We played with Joey, and he definitely is too good for us. But we had a good mix and he didn't run around owning us.


So give it a shot if you want. The only real rule is to be conscientious of your skill level so everyone can have fun.

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Example of Crappy Player:


I was on the same team as Joey. I blew his brains out about 10 seconds into the match (we had just switched teams and I forgot what colour we were). Looking back, I should have wondered why someone was crouched down so vulnerable through the window right in front of me. To my credit, I only did that once! :tu:


Sorry again about that Joey! :green:

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Here's my example:


It's the Carnival map on adverserial. I climb up the ladder to the second level and Anthony sticks to the ground.


I climb up and see a guy crouched on the opposite wall. I crank a 40mm HE into him, have second thoughts and add "Hey, Anthony, if that's you, grenade inbound."


He heard "Hey, Anthony--"

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