Author Topic: Ideas / Suggestions for Promod/EQ or whatever by hib  (Read 8000 times)

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Re: Ideas / Suggestions for Promod/EQ or whatever by hib
« Reply #30 on: January 12, 2014, 01:18:46 am »
just add tank voting to advogl and maybe try out a 2-2 setup out in the config as well. I really dont see a reason for a new mod but if you wanna make one go for it. I think it would benefit the community however if there was one config that everyone saw as the standard. I would hope that would be advogl.

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Re: Ideas / Suggestions for Promod/EQ or whatever by hib
« Reply #31 on: January 12, 2014, 02:12:12 pm »
i r da smartest guy heree so i makie a configie iz called the el4d3 proest.

4-starting pills
unsilenced/pump at every start saferoom with chances to find chrome / silenced further ahead
chance to find up to 1 set of pills in the map
1 witch / tank every map
tank stays to one each person for the 4 maps
remove description of displaying who gets tank for opposite team (its non of their concern, the only concern of theirs is when tank spawns)
put spitters back in the game during tank, its your job to sack properly to avoid having one when committing with tank, or maybe you want one
health bonus scoring (this scoring is the most balanced ive seen out of all)
ffs put parish 1 points back to 300-400, im sure alot of people can agree when I say that map doesnt mean shit anymore

uhh... de-prop the maps and make them their original selfs
ummm..... shit man thats all we need. seriously.

ready up, pause spec, etc....

thats it.


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Re: Ideas / Suggestions for Promod/EQ or whatever by hib
« Reply #32 on: January 13, 2014, 06:28:24 pm »
Please don't ruin advogl with any of this bullcrap...

 

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