"Here you'll find a comprehensive guide on every type of trickjump available in Quake 2. Complete with instructive demos, it will provide an excellent starting point for players wishing to become experts at jumping."
QuakeCon 2019: Quake II duel tournament final results, and featuring two matches that I filmed inside the QuakeCon 2019 BYOC: Flame versus Vea, and Dead Beat versus Rix, with highlights, and a blast from the past with the Brothers of Tru Fragging.
"Everyone says how you use a rail gun properly, and the famous BFG triangle of death tutorials, but no-one ever pays such a hand sized, ball of TNT its dues. . . well, I do!" - The Doover
Multi-Arena Headquarters presents the individually released arenas for the Quake 2 RA2 mod. These were released separately to the official Rocket Arena 2 maps. Each map contains a Pick-Up Arena for team play, as well as 1v1 Arenas for one on one matches.
PCXL Magazine October 1998: PGL Tips from the Pros or How to Make a Load of Cash Playing Quake II When you’ve gone blurry-eyed from sitting in front of that monitor for eight straight hours, fingers unresponsive to anything but flying rockets and the sight of an enemy, you’ve got to question whether there’s a …
"Welcome to Riding the Rocket. Riding the Rocket is a Quake II challenge website - each week an easy and a hard challenge is posted, and players submit demos of them attempting the challenge with (usually) the most stylish entrant winning. The challenges generally involve some sort of trickjump, being a simple rocketjump or doublejump to a more advance circlejump or bunnyhop. An ongoing bot challenge section also features, where the current high-scorer must be dethroned. Also, viewers can submit challenges any time and if they're suitable, will feature as a future weekly challenge."