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Dunlavy

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About Dunlavy

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    Desert Mongoose
  • Birthday 05/29/1980

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  1. 71 downloads

    Tileset » Giedi Prime Release » 2002-01-28 Players » Six Map Size » n/a Additional Info » A very detailed layout of Giedi Prime, House Harkonnen's homeworld. Toxin pits divide six man-made islands, five of which are accessible by bridges. A fairly decent computer is required to play on this map; due to lots of buildings and fires, there are some high polygon counts, and Emperor's particle system is used to simulate a smoldering landscape, riddled with floating ash and haze.
  2. 64 downloads

    Tileset » Arrakis Release » 2002-02-19 Players » Four Map Size » n/a Additional Info » A map with no tricks. Just a straight-forward, manage your units, build a lot of them and attack-map. Each base has lots of places they need to defend, so players who prefer to hole up will have a difficult time killing say... an aggressive Harkonnen player - in this map. Managing your spice flow is easy, however, as each base has several medium sized spice patches to rely on. Each spice field is protected by infantry rock or has been placed nearby a player starting zone.
  3. 37 downloads

    Tileset » Arrakis Release » 2002-01-28 Players » Four Map Size » n/a Additional Info » Well, you won't find mirages on this map. However, the dunes are full of spice for the taking. Most people won't have any economic complaints on this map. The combat will be fast and furious, as each base has wide ramps to defend. This 4 player map will run well on most lower-end computers.
  4. The best players are not in clans. Works that way in every game. The concept of a "cybergang" is just ridicoulous. Almost every clan member I've ever played takes their gaming way too seriously. Should Frodo, Biblo, or Cable2GHZ ever see this, they'd flame me just for posting.
  5. >:( Something that recently occured me as I logged in and started reading some of the posts that indicate an ANTICIPATION for Westwood's upcoming game: you people are masochistic deush bags. Seriously. I used to be pretty active in Westwood online game communities. I played Emperor online everyday and even a little Renegade. Before that I played Red Alert 2. And you know what? Each game has managed to piss me as bad as a hornet in hell. First, we get Red Alert 2. People were raising hell when this game was first released, and with good reason. Red Alert 2 was like selling a chess set
  6. I don't really immerse myself in news about gaming consoles anymore. X-Box nothing but broadband? That's cool. Maybe PCs should be that way, too... at least gaming-wise. Hell, they're almost there. At my friend's apt. I couldn't get on ONE bloody server for Return To Castle Wolfenstein.
  7. 8) 8) I thought the topic was good. Hope you don't mind if I create my own post for it... 8) 8) ------- Now listen... I pay for AT&T Cable internet in my area. Why? Because I'd kick my own ass for everyone else if I tried to play an RTS or first person shooter online with 56Krap. Besides, I love fast internet. A true computer guru doesn't tolerate pages that load in less than three seconds. For those with 56K: Like it or not, you will be discrimated against. As politically incorrect as it is to verbally bash someone who can't afford to purchase a cable or ADSL modem and pa
  8. Now listen... I pay for AT&T Cable internet in my area. Why? Because I'd kick my own ass for everyone else if I tried to play an RTS or first person shooter online with 56Krap. Besides, I love fast internet. A true computer guru doesn't tolerate pages that load in less than three seconds. For those with 56K: Like it or not, you will be discrimated against. As politically incorrect as it is to verbally bash someone who can't afford to purchase a cable or ADSL modem and pay off the monthly bills, the fact of the matter remains that 56K users deteriorate the online experience for others
  9. I'll play you a game, Fuzi0n. I might beat you, but I'm not sure. I have much learning to do in that game. My win percentage is only in the 40s, unless is has dropped since last week.
  10. You know nothing of computers.
  11. Fuzi0n, my account name on Battle.Net is (ahem) Dunlavy. Yes, that's right. I have little to no creativity when it comes to picking my names. Dunlavy is my last name, BTW. What's yours?
  12. **throws a fit** I hate you, I hate you!!! **runs into bedroom crying**
  13. There is no love in your heart. That message was for everyone. Everyone. Even you, ya lousy, insensitive pig.
  14. ;D Yes, my dear Padawans, I am back (for just a short while). Emperor has been removed from my hard drive, so don't expect to see me on WOL. In fact, the entire Westwood directory has been removed from my computer. My computer is completely Westwood free. Even my WinXP Pro registry has been cleaned to remove all traces of Westwood (and other uninstalled) programs. Do I still like Emperor? You bet your sweet ass I do, hot mamas. But I'm sure that many of you will oblige that RTS games need a thriving online community and continual support from its publisher and developer(s) in order to b
  15. :D Actually, my misinformed friends, while it isn't used a lot during online play where there is a lot of uncertainty and, dare I say, rather intense competition, a lot of LANS that I've been to have had players that upgrade Kindjal and move them to the barracks for beefed up forces.
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