Title : Discontent
BSP Name : kamq3dm2.bsp
Author : Corey "Kamarov" Peters
Release Date : July 30, 2001
Email Address : **email removed**
Home Page : www.kamarov.com
Game : Quake 3: Arena; Deathmatch/Tournament
Players : 2-4

Additional Thanks to : Fresh Team - For what we accomplished together. We did what
no one else did online; develop maps as a team effort. Sure,
the maps were owned by the individual authors and fully
developed by one author. But it was the team that moved the
level from merely good to something great. The feedback and
support was something I will miss.

By far one of the best memories I will always have of mapping
will be with this team of amazing artists and designers.

In July, 2001 we decided to call it quits after three years
of mapping together. It was a tough call, but it had to be
done. Real life finally had managed to catch us.

Fresh Team has closed its doors but the designs live
on forever. Thanks to all of you!

Yogi - John Hughes
Kanaeda - Chris Voss
Voodoo - Brian Prollock
WwIII - Warren Williams
Hotcakes- Eddy Dawson
Ziffon - Jorgen Stenkvist


Rest in Peace 1998 - 2001

Yogi - For the entire Arctic Pack texture set. Damn!
Kanaeda - The layout was sketched out by this fella.
Bob0 - The tunes to deathmatch by.
Wang - The man that can find even the slightest bug in a map.
Maverick - Fuck'n A! My host and a testicular monkey.


* MAP Information *

New Textures : All of them.

New sounds : Music by Bob0! The track is called "Snowshoe Stomp"
and was developed specifically for Discontent

* Construction *

Base : A single cellular brush.
Construction Time : Uh, no comment. Too long is a hint.
Editor used : Q3Radiant 202 (197 has texture bugs okay?)
Other programs : Pakscape - Creation/Editing of the .pk3

Known Bugs : This would be a bad section to have to fill out.

* Copyright / Permissions *

All original and composed textures in this level remain property of
the sources respective owners.

You may NOT use this level as a base to build additional levels.

You MAY distribute this PK3 in any electronic format (BBS, Internet,
CD, etc) as long as you contact me first, include all files intact in
the original archive.