Team Conversion Wolfenstein

The objective of Team Conversion is quite simple. One team needs to convert the other. A medic can revive any dead person, even if it's some...

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The objective of Team Conversion is quite simple. One team needs to convert the other. A medic can revive any dead person, even if it's someone from the opposite team. When he revives a victim from the other team, the victim gets converted to the medic's team.

When there's only one player remaining in a certain team, the game enters bunny mode, and that player becomes the bunny. The bunny is a powerful player with a lot of health and an altered venom gun (does more damage, doesn't heat up, and doesn't slow you down).

As a bunny you can do 2 things, you can try to last out the rest of the gametime, which is a fairly hard thing to do. Most players decide to go hiding, but with like 7-15 other players looking for you, you'll be found sooner or later.

As an alternative, the bunny can revive one person back to full health. After that he's bunny no longer, but his team is back up to 2 players. Of course, if you end up reviving a soldier, and you're an engineer yourself, it'll be fairly hard to convert more players to your own team. So play it smart.

Their are a few ways to 'win' the game:

When one team fully converts the other, the final bunny is the ultimate loser. The bunnykiller and bunnyreviver are more or less the winners of the game.

If the gametime is over and there's no bunny at that time, the winning team is the team with most players in it.

If the gametime is over and there is a bunny left, that bunny is the big winner, since he managed to stay alive until the end of the game.

New in this release (among other stuff) is the addition of (pretty basic) per-class experience levels. Depending on your amount of kills (and revives, medpacks, ammopacks is you're a medic/lieut) you will reach a certain XP level (you can see your XP at the bottom of your HUD. There are 8 xp levels per class, your XP keeps growing as long as you stay connected to the server (that means it remains the same when there's only a mapchange). You can see what xp level a guy is by the color of the name above his head. You can also see this of the enemy players. It can be of great advantage for your team to first try to convert high xp ppl, since these have better 'player mods'. They do more damage per shot, have more health, give more health or ammo in their packs... stuff like that.

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Team Conversion Wolfenstein FOM release 

Yeeehaa, the bunny is back ! 
Enter TC Wolf Frag-O-Matic release. We dug up the old code and 
decided to continue developing our lil' mod especially for the 
Frag-O-Matic 4.3 lanparty (Belgium thingie, 600 ppl, see 
http://www.fom.be if you speak Dutch). This new release brings 
a lot of new stuff, is a sh*tload of fun to play and should 
actually be stable (as some serveradmins were doomed to find out, 
the previous 0.2 wasn't) !! 

Just play this game with some friends, you're bound to have some 
nice bunny moments  

WARNING: TC Wolf (and this readme) might contain some coarse 
language or other things that offend certain people. These are 
completely unintentional, it's just that kind of a game. If you 
are sensitive on these parts, please refrain from playing this 
mod... you don't miss out on that much. 

APOLOGIES: To all people who recently lost a rabbit and feel 
the pain renewed because of this readme. Deeply sorry for your 
loss... and you might actually NOT wanna play this game then. 

NOTICE: There is NO bunny model yet, sorry to disappoint you, but 
feel free to make one for me  Also this is a quick'n dirty FUN mod, 
no super detailed graphics, no finest of details. Fun matters, rest 
comes tenth (all places going from second to ninth are taken by 
non-mod-related-stuff, to our great regret). 

INSTALLATION: 
------------------ 
Extract the file to your rtcw directory (NOT your \main\). 
Then simply run the game by doubleclicking tcwolf.bat in the rtcw dir. 

STARTING A SERVER: 
------------------------- 
TC Wolf FOM knows of 2 gametypes: 

TC_BASIC (g_gameype 9): 
This is the normal gametype where all classes are available. 

TC_FAIRPLAY (g_gametype 10): 
In this gametype everyone is a medic with regenerating ammo and 15 
syringes. Useful for small teams where being a lieutenant is troublesome. 

Goals of Team Conversion: 
--------------------------- 
The objective of Team Conversion is quite simple. One team needs to 
convert the other. A medic can revive any dead person, even if it's 
someone from the opposite team. When he revives a victim from the other 
team, the victim gets converted to the medic's team. 

When there's only one player remaining in a certain team, the game enters 
bunny mode, and that player becomes the bunny. The bunny is a powerful 
player with a lot of health and an altered venom gun (does more damage, 
doesn't heat up, and doesn't slow you down). 

As a bunny you can do 2 things, you can try to last out the rest of the 
gametime, which is a fairly hard thing to do. Most players decide to go 
hiding, but with like 7-15 other players looking for you, you'll be 
found sooner or later. 

As an alternative, the bunny can revive one person back to full health. 
After that he's bunny no longer, but his team is back up to 2 players. 
Of course, if you end up reviving a soldier, and you're an engineer yourself, 
it'll be fairly hard to convert more players to your own team. So play it smart 

Their are a few ways to 'win' the game: 
When one team fully converts the other, the final bunny is the ultimate 
loser. The bunnykiller and bunnyreviver are more or less the winners of 
the game. 

If the gametime is over and there's no bunny at that time, the winning 
team is the team with most players in it. 

If the gametime is over and there is a bunny left, that bunny is the big 
winner, since he managed to stay alive until the end of the game . 

New in this release (among other stuff) is the addition of (pretty basic) 
per-class experience levels. Depending on your amount of kills (and revives, 
medpacks, ammopacks is you're a medic/lieut) you will reach a certain XP level 
(you can see your XP at the bottom of your HUD. There are 8 xp levels per class, 
your XP keeps growing as long as you stay connected to the server (that means it 
remains the same when there's only a mapchange). 

You can see what xp level a guy is by the color of the name above his head. 
You can also see this of the enemy players. It can be of great advantage for your 
team to first try to convert high xp ppl, since these have better 'player mods'. 
They do more damage per shot, have more health, give more health or ammo in their 
packs... stuff like that. 

For now there's no way to see how far away you are from the next XP level. Live with 
it, it's very doable  

What's new in TC Wolf FOM: 
-------------------------------- 
- Some graphics ! 
- Some sounds (very annoying, trust me on this one) 
- A little more gay stuff 
- Quite some bugs removed, a lot of new ones instead 
- This version should actually be STABLE !! At least that's what we think 
- The introduction of some basic experience levels per class 
- Gave the venom a default of 500 health, trust me, it's not that much 
- Some score bonus with double kill, multikill etc... same with revives 
- Switched to 2 different gametypes, instead of using g_enablefairplay 
- Plenty of other stuff that I don't know anymore 


What was new in TC Wolf 0.2: 
---------------------------------- 
- No more synchronous respawns, you respawn X seconds after you died 
- A small bunny icon 
- Killerbunny with a venom that doesn't overheat, or slow the bunny down 
- Bunny revives his future companion to full health 
- New serverside variables to enable 'fairplay' or disable gibbing 
- A few small visual changes 
- Ingame browser now looks for TC Wolf servers only 
- Some bugs (like the floating corpse) *should* be resolved 
- Adding a certain winner/loser distinction 
- Medic can revive underwater 


Scoring system: 
----------------- 
Fragging a player: 1 points 
Reviving a teammate: 2 points 
Converting a player: 3 points 
Being converted: -2 points 
Teamkilling/Suicide: -3 points 
Fragging the bunny: 10 points 
Converting the bunny: 10 points 
Fragging as bunny: 2 points 
Converting as bunny: 5 points 


New serverside variables: 
--------------------------- 

g_minimumReviveTime (default 5) 
Defines the number of seconds before a respawn (the number of seconds 
a player is forced to lie down waiting for revival). 
The actual number before respawn is this number plus 1. 

g_bunnyHealth (default 200) 
The amount of health the bunny receives. 

g_reviveFullHealth (0 or 1, default 0) 
If set to 1 all medics revive a victim to full health. 

g_disablePanzerfaust (0 or 1, default 0) 
If set to 1 panzerfausts are disabled. A player choosing panzer as 
a weapon will end up with only a handgun to shoot with. 

g_disableGrenades (0 or 1, default 0) 
If set to 1 grenades are disabled, this includes smoke grenades for 
airstrikes. Air support (by using binoculars) is still possible. 

cg_crosshairPulse (0 or 1, default 0) 
If set to 0 crosshaird pulsing is off, otherwise it's on... how odd. 

Contact me: 
------------- 
I would be very happy if you would send in bugs you encounter, but be 
sure to fully describe the situation where a bug occurred. There are plenty 
of bugs, I am not aware of them, actually I am, but not willing to face'em. 
Push me hard enough and they might get removed... eventually. 

email: cobralord@crew.fragland.net 
IRC: #soff! on irc.Quakenet.org 


Thanx go out to: 
----------------- 
Special thanks to Tziek, Fretn and Packman for ideas, suggestions and help. 
Major thanks to Art for providing us with a server where we could betatest. 
Big applause for Edg3 and his graphics update. 

Ofcourse I still like the whole BooZZe and Sod Off! clan bunch, and all 
the ppl who actually played TC Wolf on Frag-O-Matic (or helped betatest before) 
are in my book of 'prolly bad character but they were of assistance guys (and gal)'. 
Hope I didn't forget anyone, if I did, too bad.

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