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  • 2stag1.bsp: 2stag1
  • Author: Eclipse
  • Created: 12/05/1999
  • Size: 450K
  • Info: CTF, 2 Teams
  • Map Size: 8-16 players

A simple map of standard gameplay.

Player Synopsis: This card was made specifically for the TF LAN Party, which was held at the end of 1999 in Germany. Its ported (with a number of significant changes) for Q3F version 2stag2, has become one of the classic maps of this mod. At the same time, the original version of the map, outside Germany, was practically unknown. To find it I had to work hard :)

The base consists of two halls, the far one of which is a flag. Birth points are on the pits, under the ceiling of the first hall. Nyochek as such, no, but there are two backpacks, before going out onto the balcony. You can enter the base through the main entrance (by the bottom), through the side passage (the middle ramp) and through the girder (the upper ramp). In the same way (lower, middle and upper ramps), you can go from the first hall to the far one. The flag is not on the floor, but on a special elevation, so it still needs to jump off the ramps or jump on something from below.

The inter-service space is a field separated by a low wall, with two arches. On each side of the field, along one of the side walls, there are small buildings. They do not carry any semantic load (except from the arcade in them you can hide), but on their roofs and the central wall you can forgive from the second floor of one base, to the second floor of the other.

Player Review: The map is relatively small and obviously not zero. On the gameplay, it represents something between 2mach1 and 32smooth. And for architecture - well suited for clan games. In addition, it is possible to mark a rather pleasant (though not complex) design. The drawbacks of the map are its poverty, in terms of the availability of armor and ammunition, and the lack of glow for the one who carries the red flag ...

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