Abandoned Rugs
Title : Abandoned Rugs
Date : 11th May 2003

Authors : Phage and swelt
Email Address : **email removed**
Website : www.cpma.org.uk

Description : Quake III Arena level based on DM2

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- Play Information -
: Make sure you have Quake III point release 1.31 or later.
: Extract nodm6.pk3 from the zip into quake3/baseq3 folder.
: Find or start a dedicated server running the map
: or play vs bots /map nodm6

- Level Information -
Game type : tdm, ffa
Single Player : Yes
Player load : 4 - 10
Weapons : SG GL PG RL LG (+RG BFG in ffa only)
Stuff : 2xYA, 1xRA, Quad, Invis, BS, Health Pool

- Construction -
Editors used : GTKRadiant
Utilities used : Q3Map2, Editpad

- Notes -

This map was should probably have been nodm1, but sadly phage got sidetracked
as it was nearing completion. After swelt got on a roll with the other
nobles tdm maps, they agreed that swelt would pick up and finish it off. With
assistance from the clan, and from Team Abuse, various changes were made.

In the centre of the map is an hexagonal pool of water. If you jump in the
pool, you get +50 health. It effectively 'respawns' every 15 seconds. Think
of it as half a megahealth, but one that you can't see appear.

Botplay is OK, but I've had to cheat a bit to get it that way. If you don't like
seeing bots walking on the odd invisible floor, find some real people to play

The item layout for FFA has some major changes. BS is replaced by a second quad,
The RLs are placed in more accessible places, there's a Railgun and secret BFG :)

- Credits -
: id Software for Quake and the original DM2
: Sock for his tech set
: Iikka Keranen for her sky/textures
: Clan Nobles and Team Abuse for feedback.
: Everyone who has played this level, cheers!

- Links -

CPMA Homepage www.promode.org
CPMA.org.uk www.cpma.org.uk

- Copyright / Permissions -
You may not include or distribute this map in any sort of
commercial product without permission from the author. You may
not mass distribute this level via any non-electronic means,
including but not limited to compact disks, and floppy disks
without permission from the author.