Quake Scene Japan — . – ] Quake Clan 1999 [ – . Skins for Q2 and Q3A

"Very simple, but here is the Policy from [1999] . Of course, we're not just enjoying it, but also aiming to be a team whose name [1999] is widely known as one of the powerful clan. [1999] also emphasizes mutual understanding among team members. Each person has their own way of thinking and playing style, but I think that being a gentleman is the absolute requirement for members. The enlistment will be decided with the support of all the members including myself ( Die4U ). Even if you want to join the troops, for a while you will see what kind of person you are. Of course, I think it's better for you as a teammate to get along and play for a long time if you understand what kind of personality each member has. As mentioned above, [1999] does not necessarily welcome all applicants to join the group immediately. Even after joining the army, you may be asked to leave at my discretion in some cases, so please fully understand this point. IRC Members (constant regular meeting) is every Friday 22:30 in the 'irc.friend.td.nu:6667 # clan_1999' We are from time. We also open irregularly except Friday, so please come and visit us. Of course, other clan members and free visitors are also welcome."

Quake Scene Japan — Dame Quakers Club: DQC Skins for Q2 and Q3A

"DQC is a Quake club formed in February 1999 under the name of 'Dame Quaker's Club' to exchange information on Quake 2 Deathmatch. Originally the current members BV and R-STAR started small, and then DQC entered the online battle Quake 2 at Ultra Violence Pasadena. And now the chatty Kathy who was a resident member at that time has become a useless PC bastard (^ ^; Steadily increased to the present. Jimmy Jazz, who has become famous for his suspicious audio goods, is also a member from the beginning." -R-STAR