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Post  Alta on Thu Apr 26, 2012 1:50 am

Download that **** (Please do not swear). You need it. Tis quite important. ALWAYS has the latest version.

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You don't know half the things we see/hear without this map. So getitnowkthx Very Happy


In Star Wars: Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast, there are about 10-20 maps. Naturally, this was too few for the players. Thousands of custom maps were made. So many have been made that it’s almost impossible to make an original map – everything has been done already!
So what makes TPM different?
Simple. In most custom maps, a mapper designs a map, then builds the map. Maybe he gets help from some friends.
In TPM, everyone designs the map, and I mcmonkey builds it.
The map is continually hosted on a dedicated TPM server where anyone can join whenever they want. They simply login (or register) and find a spot in the map to call their own… and a few commands later, they’re adding notes for the mapper (me mcmonkey) to read and build. Anything from a simple cube shaped home to a Flying Space Station of Doom or adding land to the side of the map can be requested, and it will be built. (There are exceptions for extremely inappropriate requests).

Last edited by Dudeman on Sun Apr 29, 2012 3:47 pm; edited 3 times in total (Reason for editing : Clarification of mapper)

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