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Dark Alchemy celebrates 9th year

Published in ET Misc

After 9 years the heart of Dark Alchemy is still beating.

Old-Owl managed to do a great job.
We want to thank him and all others who helped (and is helping) to make Dark Alchemy a succes.

We are sure Old-Owl will continue doing the job as great as he always did.

Thank you for everything

We will celebrate our 9 years on 3rd of august.
The place to be for a suprise: Dark Alchemy A1 - 213.239.207.85:27960

Source: wolffiles.de | dark-alchemy.com

UAC is gone

Published in ET Misc

UAC - Universal Anti-cheat 3 was discontinued as of 1.January.2014
The decision was made after we came to conclusion that our lifestyle has changed in those eight years and we have no more the free time needed to provide quality support of UAC. Please keep in mind that we are no company, only two guys who did this whole thing in their free time with no income from it whatsoever. The decision was hard to make, trust me. However it was for the best, because nobody want's to use outdated and unsupported software.

Universal Anti-cheat was client side anti cheat system created by Slovak software developer Dalibor Bartoš aka DExUS.
It was initially created in year 2005 then later in 2006 it was rebuilt to support SWAT4 community with wide SWAT4 cheat detections and in 2009 with UAC2 32 games were supported. The interest and popularity grew and thus UAC3 was created to accommodate all needs of the leagues.

UAC was free to use for everyone without any fee for whole time of it's existence with regular updates and fast tech support.
It was used in many leagues around the world, mentioning just some of them as Clanbase, ESL, CyberGamer and many more.

As of today 31.dec.2013 it had ~300 000 users and supporting 44 popular games like all Call of Duty titles, Battlefield, SWAT4 etc.
In order to function UAC used it's own dedicated server with customized linux OS for best performance with low bandwidth.
The web/database side was managed by Snipes in the early era of UAC (2005-2010) and later by Shii (2010-2013) who has created UAC3 pages and database system.

If you want to read more about the history of UAC it was pretty much sumarized
here >> UAC history

Source: etpro.de | uac3.dexus5.com

silEnT mod 0.8.1

Published in ET Mods

The Team from mygamingtalk.com releasedET-Mod silEnT 0.8.1.

Added: Flag 32 to g_disableComplaints to disable complaints completely.
Added: ETPro style g_proneDelay.
Added: Custom, admin defined, votes.
Added: 3rd UI theme that resembles the original ET look.
Added: MorphOS support.
Improved: engineer work progress bar (construct/arm/disarm) and covert ops progress bar (mines spotting, uniform stealing) - added background to display the amount of work to do.
Fixed: Some text bugs related to g_recognition cvar.
Fixed: ETTV clients were kicked for not having silEnT GUIDs.
Fixed: Admin log was missing some data with g_logOption 16384. Also, new format with admin log when using this option.
Fixed: Client exploit affecting various mods which caused the server to stall until the engine watchdog triggered.
Fixed: The shrubbot.cfg configuration file is cleaned automatically from expired bans and warnings on each map start. Instead of waiting for it to be written as a result of an admin command.
Fixed: Memory leak with subnet bans.
Fixed: Axis covertop couldn't select pistols through weapon banks.
Fixed: UI; tooltip text color theming.
Fixed: Improvised Demolition not showing up in final map stats.
Fixed: mines spotting progress bar not always displayed.

Source: mygamingtalk

SILENT MOD Version:0.8.1
Author TheSilencerPL Date 21.11.2013 Filesize 6,798 MB Download 108


Dark Alchemy goes Chaotic

Published in ET Scene

Panzers, riflenades, shotguns and headshots. Just some ingredients for a nice map-cocktail.

We promise you a "blast" of an evening. And you also need to keep your "head" clear.

Come and show us your skills with all weapons available.

See you the 29th (Sunday) of june at the server to be: Dark Alchemy #2

More info > here <


Source: wolffiles.de | dark-alchemy.com

Movie DefragArea (Update)

Published in ET Movies
DeFragArea from quaky shows the trickjumper xeoxis on costum and original maps. Im afraid to say you that this was the last project from quaky. May it is the reason why it becomes so good, as goodby present. The jumps are mixed with new and old one. Than a nice cut with adapted effects and a nice background music.
DeFragArea von quaky zeigt xeoxis beim Trickjumpen auf Custom und Original Maps. Leider ist das quaky's letztes Projekt gewesen, vielleicht es auch deswegen so gut geworden. Sozusagen als Abschiedsgeschenk an die ET-Community. Die Jumps sind nicht gerade bekannt, obwohl das Video schon von 2009 ist! Gezeigt werden auch alte aber immer noch wunderschön anzuschauende Jumps. Abgerundet wird das ganze durch stimmige Schnitte und Effekte mit passende im Hintergrund laufende Musik.
UPDATE: Now on YouTube
 

DEFRAGAREA (TRJ)
Author quaky Date 27.03.2011 Filesize 289 MB Download 316


Source: crossfire.nu

Canyon Depths Final

Published in ET Maps

 This is a new and improved realease of the famous Axis-attack map, created by Yatta, Canyon Depths Final.

Storyline
A large, mysterious and heavily-armed Allied outpost has been spotted in North Africa. Rumors say there's something here the Allies want to keep secret at any cost. Unfortunately for them, Axis forces are already aware of the outpost's existence and are determined to launch their attack.
However, the German Panzer Division, sent to assault the outpost, gets caught in a vicious sand storm just before their attack, sparing only a single, supplyless Jagdpanther. There's now no other option for the Axis Assault Troops who are left, there's no way back, attack is the only option, as they fight to re-supply and fuel their last remaining tank, all the way to the bitter end.

Thanks to
Yatta would like to thank the following people:
Aimbrosia, Happykillmore, Zacky, Blord, Alex and Blackbyte for all their encouragement. The ETF community & GoC clan for testing - special thanks to Nosi and RazorSword.
The CFB and ROP clans for their tests of the crippled, early versions. The ET mappers community at the splashdamage.com forums and Chrucker for his ET scripting reference/tutorial website.
Please send any feedback regarding the map to itekimasu[at]gmail.com

Source: splatterladder.com | Yatta

CANYON DEPTHS Version:Final
Author Yatta Date 08.03.2015 Filesize 29,68 MB Download 129


SAEVUS (Unfinished)

Published in ET Movies

Ein Enemy Territory Fragmovie über den bekannten ET-Clan Saevus mit ihrem ersten Line-up. Regie und Bearbeitung von c-drik.


It's a Enemy Territory frags movie about the well known ET clan Saevus featuring their first line-up. Directed and edited by c-drik.

Everything is synchronized with the music (frags, cams, some moves...) to give a good flow to the movie.
Certains members have less parts than others because they never record demos.

I found this movie saved on a DVD, it's unfinished that's why there's no intro (black screen the first 36 sec.) and you will see some colored screens sometimes. I could not finish it because I lost everythings in a HDD crashed, hopefully I have rendered and saved this version.
PS: If you wanna see my first fragmovie, search for "Lamattitude" (RTCW movie)

Source: crossfire.nu

SAEVUS (UNFINISHED)
Author c-drik/SAEVUS Date 10.11.2013 Filesize 337 MB Download 63


Teuthonia Final

Published in ET Maps

ET Map Teuthonia Final released by Teuthis.

=== New Map Features ===
-  A second bank entrance has now been created
- There are more obstacles to provide cover at both axis spawns
- There's a new tunnel system
- A new balcony near axis the spawn to allow sniping (but just a bit)
- Texture and script errors have been fixed
- Lots of new models added too
"I do not plan to come up with another version as I wanna close this chapter in order to move on with some new map projects. Nevertheless, I appreciate feedback, either positive or negative, it doesn't matter." - Teuthis

=== Special thanks ===
- Thunder (TWT) for the great models
- Mateos (TWT) and TomTom for help with script problems
- Micha (TWT) for the waypoints
- the Clans of Dark Alchemy and WF-Gaming for testing the Beta version.

=== TWT News ===
In order to keep Wolf-ET alive, the Community requires new mappers. TheWolfTeam (TWT) is in the process of coming up with an initiative to attract interested newcomers to the art of mapping. As many websites for mappers are now dead we will try to revive the Mapping Community by providing tons of tutorials, awesome models and ready to use prefabs.
Most importantly , experienced personnel to help with everything related to making maps, (e.g., scripting, brushwork, everything). Long story, short version. Those people who are interested should sign up at TWT and start learning how to make their very own awesome, new maps. Your Wolfenstein Community needs you.

Source: wolffiles.de | forums.warchest.com | thewolfteam.org

TEUTHONIA Version:Final 1.2
Author Teuthis Date 01.09.2014 Filesize 8,695 MB Download 104


Fearless Assassins Summer Gameday

Published in ET Scene
This event is hosted by Fearless Assassins, for information or questions visit: Fearless Assassins Summer Gameday | 21 - 22 June

Time: 12:00 (noon) to at least 07:00 (12PM-7AM) London time zone (GMT +0) which means 19 hours of gaming !

Server Name: Jaymod 2 XPSAVE FOREVER 
Server IP: jay2.clan-fa.com:27960

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Come and enjoy a fun and crazy day with us, playing crazygravity, panzerwar, sniperwar. It will be a memorable day! Do not forget invite your friends.

Teamspeak: Server Name: =F|A= Clan TeamSpeak - Server IP: ts.clan-fa.com:4666

Source: wolffiles.de | fearless-assassins.com

Clanbase - Game Over

Published in General News

Clanbase - Game Over
For those unfamiliar with the name: ClanBase once was a cool site to visit if you were an online gamer. With cups and ladders hosted for games such as the RtCW, ET, Quake, Unreal Tournament, Counter-Strike and Call of Duty series, a teenager really had quite some options for multiplayer entertainment. Heck, we even had LAN finals for our renowned EuroCups.

Those days are far behind us and as it stands today, the company that owns the ClanBase site - GGL - is unable to cover the costs required to run the website. Moreover, lately the owners of the site do not wish to cooperate with the voluntary crew, keeping everybody in the dark and thus showing complete disrespect to people who spend many hours a day trying to make our tournaments a success.

The website has now been offline for more than three weeks due to an unpaid bill. No action is being taken by the owner to get the website back online. Having no vision for the future, we - the ClanBase Crew - have lost our last hopes about ClanBase ever coming back online, and unfortunately we announce the end of a great era.

The history and the truth as the ClanBase Crew sees it

A US-based company called Global Gaming League (Professional Interactive Entertainment, Inc.) noticed the success of the site and bought it from the original owners in December of 2004. They had financial backing for server hosting and our tournaments. Things were going well until in 2007 CB suffered its first heart attack when GGL couldn’t deliver the prize money they put up for the EuroCup. This can be marked as the start of our downfall.

The CB Crew has always been made up of volunteers with the majority being just teenagers. There was no possibility for us to come up with the money on our own that was promised, yet we were always the ones getting blamed. After all, it was our cup season and our name. It is no surprise that after this blow there was no way for us to host another season with the promise of any kind of prize until the debt was settled with the previous winners.

To this day, GGL owes around €24,000 in prize money which will never be settled. The other sites who were in the same gaming business of course had no problems hosting their tournaments however they wanted. ClanBase, however, lost a great deal of its reputation along with some top teams who never got their winnings.

As time went by the site also started to decay. After the takeover we had paid developers who tried to put the code in shape. There were some noteworthy developments such as the seasonal and invitational ladders, but after the first test run we couldn’t get the necessary changes implemented - because GGL stopped paying the developers.

Money. The source of all evil.

GGL started moving the servers between hosts (RackSpace, Amazon, GreenQloud) to save costs, and to avoid further missed payments. This appeared in the news a few times when providers came out with how they were lied to. We also lost the ability to upload files anything other than demos. Fortunately, a Crew member had the means to help out.

Funding continued to dry up. After the first wave of cuts where we lost the two developers and a head admin, things cooled down for a while. Recently, a general system administrator was cut off which got interesting at one point when CB suffered a denial of service attack to which the host (GreenQloud) responded with moving the servers to a different IP address. However, the domain name had to be updated as well to point to the new address. Since our sysadmin was not getting paid, he refused to perform this, essentially holding the site hostage for a while.

So how do we get money? The site had ads for a while which obviously was not enough. We may have been naive thinking that upping the quality of the site would be a good move, which was promised more times we bother to count. GGL thought otherwise. In fact, many of the cool features our gamers would have loved to see on the website were never implemented - because "CBv2” was supposedly just around the corner.

Their first bold move was trying to get adult banners on CB - a website that was home for thousands of teenagers. The Crew was shocked and appalled by this. Fortunately, we managed to get our voice through (by threatening to go on strike) - but we also lost several valuable crew members who had enough of the poor conditions and bad decisionmaking.

Next to adult material, gambling can also be a good source of income. The Poker and Betting ladders were introduced. It is doubtful that much money was ever made of this, at least nobody said otherwise. The only thing certain is that these projects never got off the ground.

A poor attempt was also made to gather money in the form of offering VIP membership. Nobody took this very seriously and as expected, nobody bothered to opt in after a while. The only benefit to having VIP was the ability to get rid of some of the ads. Perhaps a regular donation system would’ve been more useful.

By the end of August 2013, yet another problem surfaced: the money ran out for the hosting. This is when CB started to go down every month when the time came to pay for the next 30 days.

Of course we tried contacting GGL through our manager who was in charge of handling communications. As you may have guessed by now, he also failed to receive his payment for a while and a company owing money to you, and who knows how many others, is not in a hurry to get back to you.

The ClanBase management tried to directly contact the GGL founder and president Ted Owen (since everyone else left), with very little success. Whenever we got a response it usually consisted of no more than a few words.

The last we heard from him, he stated that "GGL will move on without ClanBase, and besides, why did the Crew never put any money in it?”

Mr. Owen, the Crew put time in it. A lot of time... for free. Every day. And to clarify, nobody has ever reached out to us to ask for any kind of financial aid. Not that we would’ve ever agreed to anything if the money had to go through GGL as that would’ve resulted in the money never reaching its intended destination.

Ultimately, we understand that our users would have expected us to come out with the truth sooner. It has taken us three weeks to make a public statement - but the only reason it took so long is that we were trying to not lose the hope and to reach out to mr. Owen. Unfortunately, our last request (or offer) to him - to release the ClanBase site to the crew for us to be able to continue running it on our own, without the GGL - was not welcomed.

It is thus our sad duty to inform you that ClanBase is gone. We would like to sincerely thank over a thousand admins working on the website over the past 15 years of ClanBase’s existence. And an even bigger thanks goes out to all the players who supported us over the years and who did not lose faith no matter what.

This writing has not come easily because ClanBase has been a big part of our lives, and we definitely did not want to see it end like this.


Clanbase - Game Over
Die Clanbase war einmal eine sehr coole Website für Online- Gamer, mit Cups und Ligen für Spiele wie RtCW, ET, Quake, Unreal Tournament, Counter-Strike und der Call of Duty-Serie.

Diese glorreichen Tage sind nun hinter uns, und heute steht es um die Clanbase Website sehr schlecht - wir sind nicht mehr in der Lage, die erforderlichen kosten der Website zu decken.

Die Website war offline für mehr als drei Wochen, wegen einer unbezahlten Rechnung. Keine Aktion wird vom Eigentümer übernommen, um die Website wieder online zu bekommen. Da sie keine Vision für die Zukunft mehr hat. Wir - die Clanbase Crew - haben unsere letzten Hoffnungen die Clanbase jemals wieder online kommen jetzt endgültig verloren, und müssen leider das Ende einer großen Clanbase-Ära verkünden.

Source: etpro.declanbase.org

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