[FNF] Clan's 24/7 Assault_lith server
Posted 03 April 2005 - 10:11 PM
Posted 03 April 2005 - 10:58 PM
Posted 04 April 2005 - 09:42 AM
Is this an FNF server? Initially I thought it was being that there were people running around wearing the same type of clan tags as you... but I cannot see anything listed in the forums here indicating that it is a "real" FNF server, so it's probabaly some ripoff clan. I'll wait to find this out before I post my problem!
I can understand the confusion, Brent.. There seem to be several FNF's out there in one flavour or format or another, and it can get kinda confusing. What worse, imho, is that we seem to have abandoned a unified tag format, so even though our 'official' servers tend to be named the same, looking into them and checking the player's tags as they wear them wont nescecarily tell you what clan they belong to. Thanks for asking, though, it's interesting to hear of other FNF's out there.
Post about your 'problem' though - I'd like to hear what you have to say.
PS- Is the Brent from days of old ? or a new brent ? brent as in tnerb ? ?!
Posted 04 April 2005 - 02:32 PM
I never see anyone on the FNF CS:S servers or else I'd play there. That's why one day I stumbled over the above mentioned server thinking that it was the FNF I knew, and had been playing there for the past week or so (although never meeting anyone on there that I recognized). So, the "problem" has nothing to do with you guys then, which is good Since you asked to hear it anyway...
I was playing for an hour or two straight, on the "fake FNF" Assault server, using pretty much only the scout the whole time. Had a ratio of about 90/20 and then people started saying the usual "cheater" and "n-word" etc., to which I didn't respond to except for a "grow up" or two, and then a couple votes pop up... the first one is "Is Brent cheating? YES/NO", and a bit over half of them voted yes, so I took that as a compliment. Then another vote comes up, "Kick Brent? YES/NO" and of course the same people who voted yes in the previous vote voted to kick me. So I went back in and was threatened a ban if I didn't leave - but what would it matter anyway if I am going to get kicked for just playing? I was pretty pissed, simply because I was not cheating.
I still felt like playing, so I went server browsing.. joined some random clan server and played for a couple of maps before I got kicked and banned for the same accusations. There are cheats out there, especially in CS:S, so first Valve needs to get it's ass in gear and release that anti-cheat thing they mentioned and have all the real cheaters get banned from Steam. Unfortunatly it seems that most admins who play are sore losers and there's nothing I can do about getting banned from servers for being a decent player
Posted 04 April 2005 - 04:16 PM
Well well, nice to have you back, brentz0rz !
Pity about the FNF you came across. Kinda pisses me off, but the only thing we own is the website, and the reputation. Nothing much we can do about anything else.. Even the name technically belongs to White Wolf Games, as it's a trademarked phrase, although its nothing we could be sued over.
Anyways - The problem with the FNF-Fusion server is that it's mostly people from work that play there, so other than at lunch or for an hour or so after work, it's pretty dead. That may change, slowly, but it's a locked server after all. All you can do is drag your friends ( Only the ones you trust dearly, thanks ) over to get a game going. All you have to do is donate $10 a month and you get admin, so it's a pretty nice deal.
Anyways WB dude. Hope to see you on soon !
PS- IMO lousy admins are worse than cheaters. Cheaters you can try and ignore, try and out-play. An idiot with RCON is pretty much un-avoidable.
Posted 04 April 2005 - 04:18 PM
Posted 04 April 2005 - 04:19 PM
Posted 05 April 2005 - 03:31 PM
another rendition of FNF was "fast n furious" I remember spotting those guys a number of times too... don't remember how the tag worked with the name though
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