It's been a long, strange trip, and it's good to be home. Texas is flat and hot, and way more pre-fab than any other place I've been to, including Florida, which is saying a lot. By now you've probably heard about Denny's being the only restaurant within easy walking distance from the event, to which I can only add: .
Frag.Com's photo album of the biggest Quake event ever. Photography by Jonathan "ZyFly" Works. Sizing, thumbnails, HTML, and captions by Martin "DemonEater" Cox. Special thanks to the #trinity crew for their input.
Prelude to the Final: Mjolnir [ThOR] vs AxeInHeaD [ThOR], semi final in fathers. The organizers stepped: it was necessary to arrange a live broadcast of what was happening in the game room during this duel. Dialogues of Mjolnira and Ax are simply indescribable, everyone bellowed like horses.
In my beginning period as Q2 player , I played by the nick Evil_Tim. Evil because I like horror movies and Tim because my name is Tim. Later on I searched for a newer, better nick, Evil_Tim just sounded a bit childish. Few days later I saw the movie Warlock (about a man with dark powers). I liked that film so much that I took it as my nick.
Kablooie! was formed as a Rocket Arena 2 team in the spring of 1998 by rackboy and Greblaja. The two, having been members together in Clan Phantasm years earlier, ran into each other on a Rocket Arena 2 server and thought it would be fun to form a team to compete in RA2.
MIB-clan. The Men in Black, one of Germany’s best Quake II clans. Just look at the total frags in the screen shots. Mib beat GoV 169-1 and MIB-Werewolf never died in that match. The photographs shown here are TeddysJam’s photos of the Deathmatch Showdown 3 LAN Party from June 2000. This medium sized LAN was hosted by TeddysJam friend Wildcard. There was great weather and the guys pitched tents for camping, and they all enjoyed beer and steaks without end and at a good price.
Behind-the-Scenes with Thresh, Gamer Extraordinaire: This is definitely one person you'd like to have as a friend than a foe. Dennis Fong, a.k.a Thresh, is a true gamer. He's best known for his 1997 Red Annihilation Tournament victory where he drove away in a red Ferrari, the grand prize. Come meet this amazing gamer and champion.