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cingular you should post it in this forum aswell so we can link to it and spam on the server when playing.
PCS. This is how we play here
Followed by a description of what PCS is and how to play.
Then while playing we can spam the message to come to the server to learn more about it.
I'm not sure what you want me to post here...
This is what I posted in AGHLCS:
This is a bit of a rant, but fully open. Treat this message as an
I've been running a CounterStrike server for a little over a year
I've become quite addicted to this game and rarely play anything else
now, with the exception of a little Rune here and there.
Over the past 6 months, I have tried turning our normal
CS server into almost a CS Purists server. I'm trying to get people
understand the concepts of teamplay, of offensive and defensive
tactics, as well as respect for the purpose of the game.
What does this all mean? Well, I started repremanding people for
things like bunny hopping, ditching their teams when they're
to be playing defense so they can run out and do some glory killing,
If you don't understand what i'm talking about; here's an example.
In cs_italy, the CT's are the offensive team. It is their job to
and rescue the hostages. Rescuing the hostages is more important
hunting down every last T and killing them. The Terrorist team's job
to hold the hostages and eliminate any CT threat. This means the
Terrorists are a defensive team. What should a defensive team do?
Well, play defense of course! When italy starts, and both teams
blindly go rushing in to each other, the end result is just a simple
slaughterfest. There is no objective here other than to kill. There
are no tactics other than to shoot fast and shoot a lot.
This completely ruins the game, IMO.. From everything I can gather,
CounterStrike was written as a first person simulator. When you play
a CT, you should think/act/work/and cooperate with your team like a
The same goes for the T's..
Forcing people to stick to their roles as players isn't as hard as
trying to teach people what teamplay really is. I have sat and
people on my team, be it T or CT, allow fellow teammates to be
ambushed from behind because a single individual player wanted to be
able to sneak up and get all the kills themselves. They would allow
their teammates to be slaughtered so they could get ahead. This
teamplay.. this is MEplay.
Over the course of operating this server, I have gotten plenty of 14
year old kids complaining that they should be able to bunny hop.
should be able to sacrifice their whole team for their own personal
"statz". It sickens me.
We run stats on our server every day as well. I've always used stats
a way to show me how I am playing in comparison to others. Am I
completing my objectives? Am I dying too much? What weapons am I
vulerable to? Stuff like that. I think many people play for the
purpose of aquiring the best stats, as opposed to using stats to
player where they fit into the scheme of things.
Well, this about concludes my rant. If any of you people like
CS the way it was meant to play; I would LOVE your input! And your
presense on our server!
What do you all think?
And that was the beginning of Network 42 / XLII.com /
TacticalGamer.com and Professional CounterStrike...
I know a lot of people here have been missing the tactical teamplay
that N42/TG provided.
Well, I'm glad to inform everyone here that PCS is back! That's
right, CS: Source has come to TacticalGamer.com!
As always, using teamwork to accomplish your team's objectives is
always the highest priority while playing on ANY TacticalGamer
server. There will be no team deathmatch fragmonkeying allowed on
our server. Respect is required. Offensive language is not allowed.
If you're interested in mature teamplay, come check us out! If
you're just interested in frags, you will NOT like this server.
Effective teamwork beats individual skill every time...