PVK kicks ass. Additionally, PVK is a modification to Valve Software's Half-Life, featuring three-way action between very unique teams, each from wide- ranging historical time periods, and composed of very unique classes. Here in the PVK universe, fun is emphasized over realism: there's plenty of fun to spread around! Both team cooperation and individual merit may play large roles at different times. Similarly, calculated genocide and reckless kamikaze attacks will coexist! You'll find all the sadistic, maniacal gore or absurdist existential humor anyone could want! So no matter who you are, you will be able to find your "bag" here, baby. We hope you find all the aspects of the game enjoyable. We have devoted a great deal of effort and free time to developing this project and cramming into it all of the entertaining stuff we have to offer. Have fun, stay mirthful, and enjoy. Share this joy with your family, friends, and loved ones (oddly in this cliche, "loved ones" is separat
Pirates, Vikings, and Knights Half-Life Modification (MOD)
Once you have started a game, you will be prompted to join a team. The
three teams in Pirates, Vikings, and Knights are, surprisingly, "Pirates",
"Vikings", and "Knights". Each team is further subdivided into classes.
Each team and each class has its own strengths and weaknesses. Experiment
to find which ones are most suited for any given situation.
The default key to change teams is "N". The default key to change classes
is "M". In either case, if you are alive, a death will be added to your
score. There is no penalty for changing either teams or classes.
The weapons in PVK have different "physics" from any other game.
Experiment with button presses, and find out how they work. If you're
dumbfounded by a particular weapon, either ask your fellow players, or
consult the on-line manual on the PVK website.
There are several types of game modes in PVK. Each particular map will
be different, but there are a few basic types to look out for:
- Team deathmatch
- Booty Tag