"Our Chaos Theory: fire a BFG in 1997 and you get CHAOS in 2021… The reason Quake and Quake II get more coverage than other games is simply because of the way in which gamers embrace playing them. No other games have been mutated in so many ways as Quake and Quake II have. So if you're sick of hearing the word Quake — bad luck. You'll be hearing a lot more of it in the future."
"Tudo isso me ajudou a idealizar Blood Culture, desde minha experiência com jogos e em multiplayer em LAN, minha carreira como desenvolvedor, e meus anos que passei no [NER] e foram fundamentais para a criação de um Clan no Brasil, que é algo muito mais complicado do que lá fora devido a diversos fatores econômicos, de postura e de edução."
"HatLan on 10/2/04 in Anaheim: 50 year birthdays with 50 players! HatTriQk and G1zm0 put together equal 100 years old for our next big party! Even our host BadDos is having his birthday on the party day! That's 124 years! Doom3, Far Cry, UT2004 and Quake 2 ???"
"M3: Manhattan Memorial (day) Marathon. m3 was a quake LAN party in NYC, May 23-May 26, 1997. m3 was free, and was held at Pseudo Online (home of quakecast). although m3 was byoc, many quakers graciously left their computers on, explicitly allowing those without computers to play quake. m3 was sponsored by the cyberweb cafe, pseudo online, and planetquake."
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.