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  1. Very nice, it's great to see more effort being put into this longstanding project. What I particularly like about your approach is to keep supernatural references subtle, at least when compared to T3's overblown take on it. I've written a fair share of lines of my own over the years, that I'll include within the spoilers below (you'll have to teach me how to have multiple spoilers within a post without them all getting nested into each other in these new forums). What I personally had in mind, especially when I most recently worked on the alerts and searching barks, was something like a Celtic tribesman - rough, superstitious and not afraid to enter hand-to-hand combat with the intruder. Another archetype of Pagan may be the secret worshippers you'd find in the city living in attics and mostly staying among their own. Some lines may be more suitable for one than the other (or possibly neither), plus I've demarcated some lines for a possible shaman. I imagine we could be choosing, refining and merging the best lines from each script to come to a final product.
  2. Yes. I don't blame the devs though, it's the audience which sucks. The "I need everything spoon fed, and don't make me think" crowd, which has absolutely zero demand anymore. As STiFU mentioned, the only alternative are Indie games. The problem with that, though, is the budget. There's only so much you can do with the budget of most indie game developers. I have some great (IMHO ;)) ideas for some games, which really could become nice, and exceptions of the nowadays scheme of AAA games. For example, i dream of a Zombie game which isn't like nowadays Zombie games, but rather about exploring the world, being smart about fighting zombies, and, without a mob of hundred zombies attacking you on every foot step. Or a cop simulation game, where you rise from a patrolman to a homicide division officer, based on your success in the various service grades. You know, some interesting stuff, not the bullshit which is so ubiquituous these days. Unfortunately, i completely lack the skills to do anything with it, and, i'm sure that noone sane would pick up on that anyway, because, again.... it's the audience which sucks. Such games would be booooring, because there's not one action blast after the other, and they would make people have to think a bit, which isn't really the kids forte these days. So, IMO, it's pretty hopeless. I've outgrown nowadays' games's target audience, so, there'll be very few games which really interest me. Fallout is still great, as is Elder Scrolls. GTA is great as well. Apart from that... some adventures maybe. Prey was such a gloriously awesome game as well, but... that's the issue, innit? It sold very badly, so, that's that. A very smart game which kind of beat itself, because it was too smart for the people. Sort of like the old Looking Glass Studio games. When i think about it, the situation with games reminds me of the situation in music production. It's all extremely loud these days, to impress the listeners, instead of making things subtle, and smart. Catering to the mainstream mostly means catering to low demand, and bad taste.
  3. Don't get me wrong, i can at least halfway see where you're coming from. I can only say that, from my perspective, i didn't spend remotely enough time here, or am deep enough involved to even know what he was like exactly. Yeah, saw some controversial stuff, but, spending time on internet forums, you sort of get used to it... i don't even want to know how many people who spend a considerable time of their life on internet forums suffer from the things you mentioned. I'd say a whole lot. At least that's my impression, with all kind of wicked posts i've read. As snowy mentioned, that doesn't have a influence on me enjoying his maps, though. AFAIC, he made some of the finest missions for this mod, so...
  4. Personally I think this is the worst idea ever. The Reason forums has LOADS of info and knowledge, built up through years and years. I'm really sad to see it go away, and I can't understand why they've made this decision. https://www.propellerheads.se/forum/showthread.php?p=1579099#poststop
  5. How you can help depends a lot on what skills you have. I can Record Video Recording "Let's Play" videos or simple walkthroughs of existing missions and posting them to Youtube is great exposure for the mod (see example .) Be sure to let us know so we can link to them. If you have some editing ability, Video tutorials, where you explain how the mod works, or how to use specific tools, would also be great. Video trailers, showcasing interesting places and features, are also great for publicity. An example is . I can Write Writing reviews for missions are always nice, especially if they include good screenshots. Not only does it give us something to post on other forums, but it makes mappers feel good when their mission gets attention (especially if it's positive). We have a collective thread to post reviews in: http://forums.thedar...s-walkthroughs/ Writing reviews of the mod as a whole, targetted an an audience that doesn't know much about TDM, is also very useful. You could also try offering your services to mappers to create interesting readables, or to proofread for their mission. I can Act and Record Audio We are always on the lookout for good quality audio recordings for vocal sets. If interested, you can pick a few different lines from this script: http://wiki.thedarkm...t:_Average_Jack and send the recordings to Springheel, who then writes a script based on the type of voice you have. I can Translate We could always use translations of our menu/hud into more languages. Also, only a few FMs are aavailable in more than one language, so there is a lot of work there, see the I18N Translator's Guide in the Wiki. I can Model Great! Take a look at the model request thread:http://forums.thedar...-requests-here/ and pick something that interests you. Or just post a, "Hey, anybody want a model?" thread in this forum and I'm sure mappers will get back to you. I can Animate Fantastic. We can always use more good animations. Our current character rigs use a Maya skeleton. PM Springheel for more info. I know C++ Have a look at our coding section in the wiki, pick an issue or feature from the bugtracker of the mod or the leveleditor, download the recent sourcecode release (or better ask for an SVN checkout) and get cracking. Make sure nobody is already working on that specific issue and feel free to ask questions. I can Edit Images We can always use completely new textures and/or improved versions of older textures. How to get started and how to import them into the mod. I can Take Photos Good quality photos of useful textures (medieval-ish building facades, dirt, rocks, wood, etc) are always welcome. The fewer directional shadows and higher resolution, the better. I don't have any skills Even if you can't do any of the above, you can still help out. Talk about TDM in other forums; share your (preferably positive) experiences with other gamers you know. Last, but not least, compliment people when you like their work. Saying "thanks", to a developer or, "I really enjoyed your mission" to a mapper will make their day. -------------------- I'll update this further as more things occur to me.
  6. Aha! Aha! That would be it. I did search the forums for instructions because I was obviously doing something wrong. Aha! This is a great mission, BTW. I've found 4 secrets so far. I'm still stuck on the final mission objective but I suspect that last thing I need will be down in the tombs.
  7. Start here: http://www.ttlg.com/forums/showthread.php?t=87990 http://www.ttlg.com/forums/showthread.php?t=88056 http://www.ttlg.com/forums/showthread.php?t=88654 http://www.ttlg.com/forums/showthread.php?t=90309 http://www.ttlg.com/forums/showthread.php?t=96995
  8. BTW, there is - in parallel - a recently-revived discussion about this topic, but focused more narrowly on currently-available moorish AI characters: http://forums.thedarkmod.com/index.php?/topic/15738-when-is-someone-gonna-make-an-egyptian-based-mission/page/3/
  9. jaxa

    Raspberry Pi 4

    According to what I'm finding so far, actual Bluetooth 5 features may be non-existent: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=245492&p=1499926 https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=244386#p1497702 Looks like you can't expect higher speeds, longer range, or any particular benefit at all. I'm not sure if there would be any positive outcome from using a Bluetooth 5 device with RasPi 4, so it may be a very misleading selling point. Seems like with any two Bluetooth devices, one of them will be the weakest link. If it's as bad as claimed, attaching a BT5 USB dongle to the Pi might yield better results. https://www.androidauthority.com/bluetooth-5-speed-range-762369/ Bluetooth 5 can potentially "double" or "quadruple" range, knocking max data rate down to 500 Kbps or 125 Kbps respectively. If you were to use a super-efficient audio codec like Opus, 100 Kbps should be more than enough for podcasts and even streaming music. But when I was researching Bluetooth 5 headphones, I found zero indication of Opus support anywhere, with many of them relying on the old SBC codec, even though Opus or any other codec could be added as an optional extension to A2DP. Here's some discussion. Someone compared RasPi 4 CPU performance to the Intel Core2 Duo T5600, a 2006 dual-core mobile chip with a 34 W TDP. I'm not sure if I buy that, and it's hard to find good direct comparisons right now. Also, a fresh new firmware update has apparently increased performance while reducing operating temperatures. You might be able to get a substantial boost from having a heatsink, metal case, or small fan. I think it's plausible that RasPi 4 could run some TDM missions at a playable (low) framerate, but more research is needed. Now for something more interesting. The user guide for the RasPi 4 possibly makes reference to a variant with 8 GB of RAM. See the heated discussion in the comments. There doesn't seem to be an actual 64 Gb (8 GB) LPDDR4 chip with a 32-bit bus, or something like that. Compare to this new 12 GB LPDDR4X chip from Samsung that has a 64-bit bus. I'm in the "more RAM is best" camp, even if on the face of it, it seems absurd to have that amount attached to this device. Raspbian or other desktop-focused OSes should be able to take advantage of the full amount, caching stuff that would otherwise be loaded from a slow microSD card (unless you are booting from an external SSD). Maybe we will see a $75 RasPi 4 variant in 2020 with 8 GB of RAM and fixed USB-C charging implementation. So if you were on the fence about this thing, you could kick the can down the road and see what they do next year. At the same time, 4 GB is going to be enough for a lot of use cases, and the USB-C problem is not that serious.
  10. Wiki editing credentials are not granted to everyone who just registered on forums. It's even better when users post their tutorials on the forums first, to get some feedback on quality of their work.
  11. As a kid, when I first played the good old game "Tak and the Power of Juju", I found a shrine with a dog with the head of a chimp in a small area in Chicken Island West, you need to fall down the biggest cliff and jump in the sea cave before the Jellyfish kill you. The word "Eatpoo" was written on it. I later learned Apedog was the mascot of the Eatpoo forums, which the creators of Tak frequented. Isn't it weird I only learned this years later?
  12. Thank you very much, I've already downloaded it ! I'll see what I can do. Yes, come to think of it, the voice sounded a bit different to your's. I might add this to Andros' resume in the voice actors article on the wiki. What tags would you and the others recommend for the official trailer ? I'd like to give it at least the same tags as you have on your own channel. ---- Minor update: The trailer has been uploaded to our channel and set as the introduction video. Every unsubscribed person will see it.
  13. So I recently reinstalled the Dark Mod to do some more gameplay--and I am really really enjoying the game. This is totally my favorite type of game...first person, dark vibes, slow, clear objectives, puzzles and strategies to figure out, and really it's the only game other than Theif that is like this... Absolutely amazed at what the team has accomplished. However, here are a few ideas I have that I think would help possibly refine the experience or enhance the gameplay When you draw (switch to) the blackjack, the sound is very loud--kinda like he's setting up a tent or something, it doesn't feel very stealthy.When you accidentally raise your blackjack, there is no good way of lowering it without being loud as well, just look at the sky and hope it doesn't hit a wall on the way down.Objects clattering around. This is one of the only things that really annoys me (in the game that is). Maybe it's selecting a candle to put it out or accidentally picking up a wine bottle you thought was valuable--trying to set it down can turn into a loud series of crashing/clanking sounds that alert guards for miles around.Peering, looking into chests is an absolute nightmare when you are trying to stay low...if you are crouched you have to crawl on top of the chest, maybe where, on selecting/opening a chest, he leans forward and peers in, giving you a clear top down view of the contentsFlattening yourself against the wall. I would love to see this implemented, the ability to back into a wall and maybe press the sneak key or something to make the thief suck in his breath and flatten himself into the wall, reducing his visibility and making it less likely are guard will bump into him, this would be super handy when trapped in a tight hallway... I do recognize that the developers are extremely busy right now, and they also have lives to live so I completely understand, I think the work done so far is absolutely phenomenal. I would absolutely love to contribute somehow, possibly when I've graduated school in a few weeks... Cheers
  14. To tell you the truth, these are actually all good questions. To digress a bit, in a fantasy setting I've been developing for a few years now, for a certain RPG project of my own - also inspired by Thief, among other sources - these were the sorts of questions I asked myself when designing the setting's more fantastical species. (There are both human variations in the setting, and animalistic humanoids.) One thing I liked to focus on was the relationship of each species with industry, technology and that nebulous word, "progress", as one of the things the setting has in common with Thief is an early industrial revolution vibe (or that of a premature industrial revolution, if you will). Now, for The Dark Mod specifically, I think a lot of this depends on whether the beastfolk are like or unlike those of Thief, who were very much in league with the Pagans, or even their servants and footsoldiers, whathaveyou. We already have a new version of the werebeast (a purely animal-like werewolf, basically) in the works, and it's fairly complete, though not really finished. My impression is that this big guy is meant to be used for missions occuring in the wilderness or in rural areas, and similar. My own impression of the werebeasts from everything released and discussed so far is that they're half-way between a genuine sapient race and an animal (in the sense of belchers, giant spiders, etc.). They don't really have any culture, tools, speech, anything, but they are intelligent creatures that can use their intelligence to dangerous ends. One of Kingsal's more recent missions has a different species of beastmen, more human-like, intelligent and tool-using, sort of broadly similar to the monkeymen from the first Thief or the ratmen from the third one. They were underground cavern dwellers, living a scavenging and hunter-gatherer life. I thought they were pretty creepy, especially their eyes. You had a swordman version and a javelineer version (rather than an archer), so that gives a bit of variety in gameplay terms and also a bit of insight what their material culture is like. These guys are also the only ones to date that are voice-acted (and very clearly a homage to the aforementioned Thief inspirations, even in their style of speech). A few years back, Plutonia visited the forums and suggested the concept of "mantians", mantis-like insectoid people that were a riff on Thief's bugbeasts (much like many of the creatures in TDM). I think it's a given these would be as unintelligible to humans in terms of language as the werebeasts, but otherwise, they'd probably be social and very intelligent. Plutonia's ideas for them seemed to hint at a social insect kind of society/civilisation, even though their real world inspiration (mantises) are mostly solitary creatures. So, we already have two beastmen varieties at least, though one still largelly in development, and one proposed beastfolk variety that is purely at the visual concept stage, plus some general ideas about what they could be like. You can read about these more closely in this article. Most of the beastfolk and monster concepts are largelly undeveloped at this point, due to the sheer amount of work you need with making new AI for the core game, even if they're bipeds (but not humanoids). We can of course think about this whole thing more deeply as part of general pre-production in this area. I'd even say you're right on the money that these things should be decided about now, early on, before we make more definitive concepts and start work on the various varieties of beastfolk. The game is at a stage when we can slowly begin to move towards incorporating more outlandish AI, the only issue being manpower. TDM never has enough manpower for asset creation, that's for sure.
  15. Petike, Have you checked the forums history? If my recollection is correct, there were at least two offers here during the past two years, but I cannot find them in none of the boards.
  16. Good news ! Shadow Creepr wrote back, she's interested. We have our first VA candidate for this little project. Now I'd need someone's help here at the forums, with uploading a 3,5 MB zip onto dropbox, or a similarly safe cloud storage space. I don't have a db account and I don't really want to start one, so if anyone is willing, maybe they could share their storage space for those 3,5 megs for a few weeks ? I'd like to send SC the link to the zip in a few days, just to strike while the iron is hot. Obviously, we'll try several VA's recordings for the vocal set, just to be on the safe side. The more contributors we get, the better. (I'm aiming for 3-4 at least, hopefully we'll have enough good recordings to choose from.) And as for involving SC and other VAs who might have previously lent their talents to Thief FMs, we might even recruit their talent for future TDM needs. I've seen several people complain in recent years that it's occassionally difficult finding a female VA if someone needs some dialogue by ladies in their FM, so knowing about people willing to help out on a more regular basis could be helpful. I think we should value all the voice acting talent we can get, especially if the quality is clearly good.
  17. I know Zaya is from a North African style land. Hell, I thought the idea to include Moors and more southern, non-European cultures was loosely inspired by Shadows of the Metal Age. We do have a few female voice actors here on the forums, or similar contacts within the wider Thief fan community (RedLeaf from TTLG.com did a lot of the more middle-aged female voices for TDM). If we find someone willing to do the female player vocal set, I think it should be someone who can affect a voice that sounds neither too youthful or too old. That's, IMHO, key. The player character's male vocal set already sounds like it could belong to any deeper-voiced guy between 20 and 50. I think I'll start a new thread on finally organising an effort to create a female vocal set. That's one of the few stumbling blocks left for more original protag creation, IMHO.
  18. Any Help? ok. But I dont have any experience on this one. Please let us know which sollution worked for you. Error: "ALSA lib conf.c:3523:(snd_config_hooks_call) Cannot open shared library libasound_module_conf_pulse.so" People say install package "libasound2-plugins:i386", but your running the x86 binary. Some topics on tdm and wiki (if you havent read them) tdm wiki: http://wiki.thedarkmod.com/index.php?title=FAQ#The_sound_lags_behind_the_picture http://forums.thedarkmod.com/topic/17414-how-to-configure-the-sound-system-on-linux http://forums.thedarkmod.com/topic/18577-no-sound-on-ubuntu-1604/?hl=alsa http://forums.thedarkmod.com/topic/17187-solved-no-audio-on-ubuntu-1404 tdm Search function with subject alsa: http://forums.thedarkmod.com/index.php?app=core&module=search&do=search&search_term=alsa&search_app=forums Some sollutions to be found here: https://www.google.com/search?q=doom+3+alsa People say use the "oss" sound driver. https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-506390-start-0-postdays-0-postorder-asc-highlight-.html?sid=50f951228fd392b1d1a3f82935fe67c1 http://zerowing.idsoftware.com/linux/doom/Doom3FrontPage/#head-bbf251e26f02e635b5df3b186f54ac0ae8bafe17
  19. Yes, that's generally the case. On rare exception, mappers sometimes "ask for ideas": http://forums.thedarkmod.com/topic/13674-wip-fm-the-elixir/?do=findComment&comment=283045 ...but it is more common that mappers will have their own ideas that they even "know how to implement" but do not have the time and energy to start working on them (or continue working on them) and will instead choose smaller, more feasible projects for fun. Even with the simple concept in "The Elixir", the mission turned out to be much smaller than the "Lord Edmund Entertains" idea I had originally envisioned. Still, it's cool to have at least one of my story ideas out there. There are similar "make it for me" threads over at AtariAge forums where players ask Homebrew and Rom hackers to somehow make Atari 2600 games for them based on their concept designs. They are predictably filled with requests that go well beyond what a 2600 can do. So many have been offered that they have made guidelines in the forums like: You should include concept art. You must be willing to attempt Batari Basic coding and Sprite editing.
  20. There has been two major infrastructure failings recently, the forums going down and, as I write, the official hosting for the fan missions. Would the team, in light of these, consider donations purely for infrastructure?
  21. tried that to run TDM on android in this topic:http://forums.thedarkmod.com/topic/16672-trying-to-run-tdm-on-android/?hl= maybe possible with d3 and a very old version of tdm. read this topic for some pointers, d3 on the pi: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=99624 (check also a video in the spoiler) or try steam link on your pi. https://steamcommunity.com/app/353380/discussions/0/1743353164093954254/ and http://forums.thedarkmod.com/topic/19432-tdm-on-steam-link-for-android/ video in the spoiler
  22. Belgium - city "brugge" (dutch translated. "Bridges") - brugge City square (partially 3d generated) https://www.google.com/maps/@51.2094804,3.224082,37a,35y,155.16h,75.69t/data=!3m1!1e3 - brugge medival city canal buildings https://www.google.com/maps/@51.2070125,3.2286034,50a,35y,295.08h,73.69t/data=!3m1!1e3 Belgium - Antwerpen - cityhall (very nice building and in front a weekly marketplace) https://www.google.com/maps/place/Stadhuis+van+Antwerpen/@51.2205847,4.39985,63a,35y,337.5h,59.98t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c3f6f66c11bf11:0x8c912f8f64509c5d!8m2!3d51.2213109!4d4.3991605 Belgium - Gent Korenmarkt (dutch translated "corn market") (a river flows trough city square) https://www.google.com/maps/place/Korenmarkt/@51.0555383,3.7205825,45a,35y,166.17h,75.14t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c37146d0c0df0f:0x77fcd000e99173b9!8m2!3d51.054633!4d3.7219431 Netherlands - Zwolle During Bikerdude's visit in my country (with me as guide), I showed him: - Sassenport (transl. Sassengate) https://www.google.com/maps/place/Zwolle/@52.5093169,6.0955905,57a,35y,354.61h,62.58t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c7df209d12ecb1:0xcd0b5b2492dd3e8c!8m2!3d52.5167747!4d6.0830219 - hof van ittersum (transl. court of ittersum): https://www.google.com/maps/place/Zwolle/@52.5108309,6.0935861,32a,35y,50.63h,71.63t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c7df209d12ecb1:0xcd0b5b2492dd3e8c!8m2!3d52.5167747!4d6.0830219 - Grote kerk (transl. big church) https://www.google.com/maps/place/Zwolle/@52.5108309,6.0935861,32a,35y,50.63h,71.63t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c7df209d12ecb1:0xcd0b5b2492dd3e8c!8m2!3d52.5167747!4d6.0830219 - De peperbus (transl. the pepper pot) https://www.google.com/maps/place/Zwolle/@52.5115423,6.0881135,101a,35y,56.48h,64.35t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c7df209d12ecb1:0xcd0b5b2492dd3e8c!8m2!3d52.5167747!4d6.0830219 (he also made some topic about zwolle and the rest of the tour: http://forums.thedarkmod.com/index.php?/topic/19554-tdm-inspiration-deventer) The Netherlands - City "Utrecht", -church tower "dom toren" https://www.google.com/maps/place/Utrecht/@52.0891717,5.1219951,150a,35y,347.81h,61.34t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47c66f4339d32d37:0xd6c8fc4c19af4ae9!8m2!3d52.0907374!4d5.1214201 France - Mont Saint-Michel (cathedral on a island) https://www.google.com/maps/search/Mont+Saint-Michel/@48.633167,-1.511274,237a,35y,353.2h,54.35t/data=!3m1!1e3 Switzerland, City Luzern (bridge over river, citybuildings, swizz mountains) https://www.google.com/maps/place/Luzern,+Zwitserland/@47.0514221,8.3089603,42a,35y,270.94h,78.79t/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x478ffa2a79547379:0xaef02ad1409952af!8m2!3d47.0501682!4d8.3093072 Video's of brugge in the spoiler
  23. The problem with a "theme" system (I think) is that it's forcing the assets into categories they may not fit well into or that don't make sense; or I mean it's forcing the mapper to think in terms of discrete "categories" at all, when that may not be most effective. Whereas a tagging system doesn't impose any "system"... Tags are completely open-ended, and could be at any level of scale or heirarchy -- you could have: bathroom-furniture, made-of-wood, Victorian, X-author's set, good for triggers, items for a bookshelf, architectural, magic, etc, etc... as tags, but not all of those categories make sense as discrete themes with other co-themes at the same level. I guess this is a longwinded say tagging more intuitively lets you target what you want without imposing a structure you have to wedge it into ... just a totally open field of tags from any walk of life. Edit: This is not to say tags should be arbitrarily specific. There should be tags of general categories too of course; even these will be the backbone of the system. But the whole point is tagging allows multiple layers, so you can use the general category tags to start your search, then ween it down with increasingly specific tag sets, whatever is best for the asset set. Some asset sets, or especially combinations, will categorize differently than others, and tagging is ok with that. Edit2: The image I have in my mind anyway is like a photo-collection tagged collection. There's an opening page with a tag cloud with the most common basic tags (general category) the largest in size and minor ones smaller, which you click on and then you get a browser with that set of textures. Then on the left hand bar will be all the tag-combinations within that set (other tags textures in the set are carrying; then in parentheses maybe the number of AND-textures it'd filter down to / OR-new textures they'd bring in), the major tags again larger or highlighted somehow, which if you click one of those new tags, it'd filter the browser to show the AND set. And maybe there's also an option so you could have an OR set and get both (or even select a new OR set from the full tag cloud), which adds new textures into the browser window, and also new sets of tags in the left-bar (the new tags carried by one or more textures in the new set). Also there's a place you could back out of a tag to cut that subset out. So you could open up & winnow down the set as you desire. It ends up a kind of way to browse through the whole collection by navigating through tag AND/OR combinations. Also there's a search bar where you could type in a tag at any time also.
  24. modetwo

    Forums fixed

    Had a problem with the web server yesterday that led to a crashed table in the forum database. This has now been repaired and things seems to work again. I was on travel so it took a while before I was able to fix it. Merry Christmas!
  25. Thomas Porter is back in a TDM FM called... The Phrase Book by Sotha Release notes: If you find something called "softened lead ball" do note that it will not KO AI in TDM 1.07. Once 1.08 comes with its new features, the ball should work. While waiting for 1.08, the ball might still work as a distraction. The mission uses heavily RITs, so guard activity should be more interesting and challenging. The mission randomizes the location of few critical objects upon map start, so that coupled with the AI RIT behavior the mission should be more replayable than any other missions TDM has seen thus far. Please use spoiler tags. I do not recommend you read further as someone always fails to use spoiler tags. Download: There was a bug in the initial release. New version is here: Use the ingame downloader to get it. Fixes: Increased font size to make briefing easier to read. Fixed a stupid unpickable door issue. ENJOY!
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