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Temple Of Lost Souls

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Well this is an interesting map. It's all in grayscale. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, it actually makes things kind of interesting. But it can also get boring pretty quickly. But anyways, let's
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go over the map. First off, it's a temple for lost souls. What does this mean? This means that you get several black and white jawas running around. It's actually kind of funny, as I didn't think you could kill incorporeal creatures with a blaster. :p In all seriousness, it is a simple map, with a few features in it, like a pit of death (which has a "lost soul" in it) which will get crushed. :) But overall, it's a small map, and is supposed to be made for RPG's, but I don't think the size is really suited for it. Then there was the music. When you have a tomb, or a temple, wouldn't you expect something reverent? Well the music in this has a good beat to it, but I don't really think it suits the map. Please note that the jawas are supposed to glow, but they will only do si if r_dynamicglow is set to 1, which will cut your FPS by about half. Bot Support: Yes New Models: No New Music: Yes New Textures: Yes Gametypes: FFA ~Zach

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