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If you have or know of any great demos I should feature, or if any links don't work then please drop me a line. Also, a lot of these demos require the wpdml or ukccl skins in your baseq2/players directory so if you don't have them, get them here and here respectively.

Also, just to thank SavageDemos for hosting the majority of my demos now.

Scandinavian Duel Tour

Season 1 Final - purri vs welkin
Season 2 Last 16 - provi vs dimmu

Two demos, one from the final of the first tour, a tight contest between purri and welkin and the second is more of a runaway win for provi against dimmu. Both are fantastic examples of the standard of modern duelling and the skill still to be found on the Scandinavian scene.

There are some great moments in both demos, but the second is almost a modern day Thresh vs Billox but a lot more spectacular. There's one good bit where provi actually dies and drops his railgun on the top ledge outside the Megahealth room. Dimmu is so desperate to get it first from the floor that he rj's up and grabs it only for provi to get him with the super shotgun as he'd had a good spawn. What impressed me most about provi, though, was how calm he is under fire. He just casually sidesteps rockets or ignores fire while taking up perfect aim. While the second demo is action-packed and aggressive, the first is more considered and strategic.

Good demos anyway, and if you want more then check out the Scandinavian Duel Tour site, or the skene.arenanet.fi for the first season.

 

14 March 2004

[ 9.0 ]

Duel

Source: SDT
Hosted by: Revilla

 

 

Clan Stealth vs Unreal - Download

Not sure where I found this after all this time. This is an old-school match from September 1999 between the two greatest UK clans ever. It's not the HPB one, or the LPB already on my site, but an LPB affair on The Edge and it's a very close game indeed.

It also features possibly the two best ever HPB players, Rob* and Bl0key and in the second half you get to watch from Rob* point of view when he takes over from a struggling THE^BEAST. Tasan, Luke, Flex and Blokey play for Unreal, and Rufus, Jubbers, Tango and Rob* play for Clan Stealth.

 

31 August 2003

[ 8.5 ]

Duel

Source: Revilla
Hosted by: SavageDemos

 

Nogame vs Snow - Download

A duel on a map other than The Edge, this features some fantastic map control by Nogame on ztn2dm3. Check out his 19th frag, which is one of the best I've ever seen. If you don't have the map get it here and place it in baseq2/maps. Enjoy.

 

19 April 2003

[ 8.6 ]

Duel

Source: sOnic's Site
Hosted by: Revilla

 

 

Sweden vs Finland - Download

This one follows purri in one of the three matches from the semi-final of the recent NDML in January 2003. It's an amazingly close game and there's some wonderful play from purri as you might expect.

 

15 April 2003

[ 8.8 ]

Team-DM

Source: 3D-Demos
Hosted by: SavageDemos

 

 

Resistance vs Sweden - Download

Here's a practice match between Resistance, the clan formed from the merger of Clan Stealth and Aim Like Shit, and the Swedish national squad with such players as Zephyr and purri.

It's a quality match and Resistance stage an amazing comeback mid-game after a near annihilation at the start. The sense of helplessness you get early on in the demo when shock is being railed from nowhere is really palpable on this demo, but his anticipation and railing skills really shine when Resistance begin to pull things back.

Note: the demo is a bit jumpy in places unfortunately, but fine to watch :).

 

6 October 2002

[ 8.5 ]

Team-DM

Source: Rob*
Hosted by: SavageDemos

 

 

Spawny Bastard & Other CTF Classics - Download

Whilst doing some research for my Quake history update I came across this old demo that used to be on my site back in 1999 but which I lost. It's a nice recam by Spawny and Fluffy of a single Flag Capture and runs to the Chemical Brother's track Hey Boy Hey Girl. I've linked Savage's site rather than the file itself so check out some of the other recams too. The Fr1day Guide to CTF is already featured on this site but if you haven't seen it, its well worth the download. Finally, the 12Mb bYc demo by Che and Flight is another stunner and one of the longest recams I've seen.

 

4 August 2002

[ 8.8 ]

Recam

Source: Savage
Hosted by: Savage

 

 

ECTV07 (Recam by {EC}Sinner) - Download

Sinner has put together a really excellent recam here using a whole range of tricky effects. Recamming takes a lot of planning and you have to overcome loads of difficulties with disappearing entities and other problems, but this is completely seamless and very professional. The action features {EC}Zilla on a FFA fest on The Frag Pipe. There's a lot of railing of course including a couple of double rails and it all pumps along to an old rock track, "Whatever happened to the heros?" hehe. At the end you get a slow-mo recap of all the best frags and Sinner also uses rewind mode to good effect, which is something I hadn't seen before. Other effects include the Matrixesque stop and pan and replays.

An excellent demo and one that took many hours to complete so download and watch it through :). This is the seventh in a series of recams from Sinner available on the Eldersclan site.

 

3 August 2002

[ 9.0 ]

FFA

Source: Eldersclan
Hosted by: Eldersclan

 

REViLLA 250 Ping Railfest - Download

There aren't many demos of me on this site (thank god you may say), but after a good round on Claranet with a really dire ping I decided to upload this effort. The Warehouse is a great map for railing because there are so many long corridors but I'm pleased with the number of rails I get with that ping. It's only a few minutes long so take a look. Oh, and ignore the major lag-out at the start :).

 

24 June 2002

[ 8.0 ]

FFA

Source: Revilla
Hosted by: Revilla

 

Unmatched vs Clan Without Frags - Download

The second of three matches in the final of the Spring 2002 Clanbase Cup. Unmatched won all three games, and indeed all their games in the entire competition to win. This is a great match on Q2DM5, which makes a nice change from Q2DM1. There's a lot of chopping and changing around the rail area and neither U nor CwF dominate the quad too excessively and this is a pretty even match for the most part. The demo was on Unmatched's superb clan site.

 

8 June 2002

[ 8.4 ]

Team-DM

Source: Unmatched
Hosted by: SavageDemos

 

 

St0k3d Grenade Jumps - Download

Not just another jump demo this, though it slyly pretends to be at first before leaping into some very unusual and tricky to accomplish grenade jumps. There are some real stunners in there including a double grenade jump from the floor to the hyperblaster and one from the hyperblaster right across the arena. It's an entertaining demo and definitely something a bit different. Thanks to St0k3d for the submission.

 

22 May 2002

[ 8.5 ]

Trick Jumps

Source: St0k3d
Hosted by: Revilla

 

 

Tewls FFA - Download

This is a very frantic FFA demo on Q3DM3, which, along with Q2DM8 is my favourite FFA map. There are loads of opponents and Tewls does rely on some quad whorage and also some lingering sejours around the rail area ;), but there are some great rails and all round free for all skills on show, and Tewls never looks like losing to the runner up who's always catching, catching, catching. Nice demo.

 

19 May 2002

[ 8.1 ]

FFA

Source: 3D-Demos
Hosted by: SavageDemos

 

 

XXX Warehouse - Download

No, not a pornographic demo, but one featuring an American Lithium player, XXX[OCC]. It's been fully recammed by Loz with a thrashing metal soundtrack that goes with the action really well. XXX doesn't die once and keeps up the pace with some amazing hook skills and mid-airs rockets. The recamming must have been really difficult to do due to the sheer speed that XXX picks up with his mad hook skills. Great demo from Ozquake.

 

1 May 2002

[ 8.7 ]

Lithium

Source: Ozquake
Hosted by: Ozquake

 

Germany vs Sweden - Download

I've been out of it for a while so this may already be a well known demo, but it's a worthy addition to this collection with some amazing skills from all the players. It's from zyz's point of view who scores some great rails and an amazing mid-air rocket over the rail pool at the end. The match itself is pretty close too and you don't know for sure who will win until the last couple of minutes.

 

1 May 2002

[ 8.5 ]

Team-DM

Source: 3D-Demos
Hosted by: SavageDemos

 

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