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A plugin created by Core | Raven. If you enable it, it bounces all the energy waves you fire. But only up to max 15 times.
CVAR .coreBounceMOD 1/0 <-- the command you see below is what you have to type in console (with the dot in the beginning)
NOTE: You need to have AMX Mod X Installed in order to use this Plugin, of course if you don't have this you are unable to use AMXX Plugins. In order to get it, go to To this page to download Amx Mod X. Stronly recommended that you should use the Amx Mod X Manual so you can get this server tool to be installed perfectly.
This plugin has been made by Core | Raven from http://corona-bytes.net/ please do not host this plugin on website and claim its yours. Installation: put the AMXX file in "ESF/Addons/amxmodx/plugins", Then open plugins.ini (for example with notepad) that is located in "/esf/addons/amxmodx/configs/" and add the plugin name under "; Custom - Add 3rd party plugins here" (located at the bottom of the file) Example, if the plugin has been named test.amxx, the test.amxx file should be in "ESF/Addons/amxmodx/plugins" And test.amxx should be in the plugins.ini file, like this: ; Custom - Add 3rd party plugins here test.amxx Save the file, and you are done. Play the game, and with the command "amx_plugins" command you can check if the plugin is active in the list, and if you have more custom plugins installed, you can use the "amx_help" command to see the command list. Have fun!, Core | Raven @ http://corona-bytes.net/
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