Well I made myself clear in ++:THIS:++ thread but nothing happened except of words of approval from the regular forum members which I thank for their support. Unfortunately their help was left with no action in this case from the side of modeators.
Don't get me wrong, I have no hard feelings for this (I know you guys are busy with developing FH2) but what does it take to move something in this forum/community.
And the truth is that the forum has been oddly quiet lately and it might by a sign of dying regular fanbase which is a bacbone of every mod. I think that a new subforum where we can bring out our fantasies and experiences.
To be true to myself I want to check is this really a good thing to do and what can be better than having an objective side of view by asking others, and having their anwsers listed. Therefore I decided to make a poll.
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as long as someone keeps the thing in order and maintains a certain overview i would be fine with a sub forum like that
yes it will make things more organize.. and hope somebody can control flaming.. :)
Yes! We! Can! Now, let´s get drunk and celebrate South-Park-style :D
Herr Ober, die Rechnung bitte
20th October 2007
*shakes his head* You would really divulge our best secrets to the enemy (read: the noobs), wouldn't you? O curse you. However, a basical nettiquette and basical squad behaviour would be something people would desperately need, though I'm not sure whether maybe only exactly those people would read that who behave correct anyhow, while the "Hm, my squadleader does some heavy house-to-house fighting... Naaaah I guess I will go to the airport camp for a plane ^_^"-type won't even look for something like that.
I dont like it, then my co-players will TK even more.... or not... Or I like it... But then someone can post something stupid that everyone do ingame.
Voted for the Wiki, and I'm way more interested about mapping tutos than tactical tips =p
I do not like Wiki's for games that much, especially when it comes to player based wiki's. They are often outdated and appear more to be like a chronicle or who-is-who than giving useful information.
Personally I would have a need to discuss tactics for maps in general. Standard tactics, advanced tactics, the differences between weekdays and weekends, hence the impact on tactics in general based on the playerbase available on the servers. I wish we could at least agree on the lowest common denominator. But I guess that might cause interesting fights first about the right tactics applied on some maps before we finally could agree on a common guideline.