Making an SF server 3 replies

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#1 12 years ago

I really would like some help with how to make a server have SF weapons, besides just playing SF maps; Example: all the servers that play Bridge Crossing and have the "SF Mod." So, someone please assist me with this. Thank you




LoneWolf

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#2 12 years ago

dont bother... 2.7 is coming out some time soon and you will be UNABLE to mod servers like that from now on... you will only be able to change weapons as a ADMIN using Force Class to all...

no more "Boom Head Shot" garbage... sorry.

why do you people want to MOD these servers anyway? you know it upsets the DEVs... (not a good idea)




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#3 12 years ago

Well, first, I'm becoming impatient waiting 2.7 and as far as the "Boom Head Shot" goes I think its garbage too, I meant SF guns on non-SF missions. Finally, I really don't care about the Devs, modding is something to do when the game gets too boring and you want to mess with it. (By the way, B means beta tester, if you didn't know)




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#4 12 years ago

I am for any map that allows one to use any weapon they are most qualified to use. That is why there is SF training to give you that opportunity. Not everyone will qualify. As a player for an American Army squad, do you think that you would be sent to a map without at least a modicum of advanced weaponry ? What if you all were an equally capable elite force and as such, why would one not have a Reflex or Acog (ass in the rear with the gear Quatermasters not withstanding) while all others on your team do ? At least weapon modded maps ASSUME you are equal and allows one to prove so. If you are not comfortable with SF modded maps, don't play them. If you can not find them (non SF modded maps), then it would be logical to think that perhaps you are in the minority of what others prefer. I feel that many who protest SF mods are those that do not otherwise qualify to use them. If so, then it may behoove them to retrain and become all they can be, as many others have done before them. An analogy may be to consider a company of Confederates armed with smooth bore muskets against a Union platoon armed with Henry Repeaters. The key to survival (tactics not withstanding) is getting yer' paws on the best weapon you can. Not everyone wishes to remain a dinosaur.