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Fallout Trooper Regiment AWSOME

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Multi-Figure Units' started by warmwaffles, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. Takhisis

    Takhisis brown-haired beauty

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    Which units?
     
  2. warmwaffles

    warmwaffles Programmer

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    I dont really know....the thing is Civ 3 kinda lost its spark in me...I mean I like modding it but I dont get the joys I once had when I was making units
     
  3. Takhisis

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    up yours!
    "Civ3 lost its spark..." Blasphemous heretic!
     
  4. warmwaffles

    warmwaffles Programmer

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    Ya I have now moved onto other projects that I enjoy a lil bit more...such as building and troubleshooting PCs with our schools PCs. I play with macromedia, swift 3d, 3ds max, gmax, and a bunch more progs...

    I still play civ 3 though...but not on such a huge scale...like after I watch some war movie I feel like dominating a country..so I fire up Civ and start workin
     
  5. Takhisis

    Takhisis brown-haired beauty

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    I can use Macromedia Dreamweaver more or less well... but no othe rof the Macromedia progs... Troubleshooting is the norm if you want to use the school PCs... I once ahd to work with both Adobe Photoshop7 & Dreamweaver with 64 MB Ram and a 133 MHz processor... I could have torn the whole school to pieces before the thing doid anything.
     
  6. warmwaffles

    warmwaffles Programmer

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    lol well our school has a minimum system req... (I know this because I am appart of the Tech Assistant Crew) All PCs running Win 98 need to have a Pentium 3 or higher and more than 128MB RAM....all PCs running XP need to be a P3 but preferably a P4 and can only have a minimum of 256MB of RAM. But most XP's have 512 in them.

    Our school is the only school in oregon with THE most computers, and we have THE best server in our state. So far no other school has surpassed our computer count, or the amounts of readily available replacement parts.

    Pretty nifty ehh....and soon we are gonna have some laptops that we are going to be able to rent out to people or classes...I know this because I am installing all the components and imaging all the HD's to one another.
     
  7. Takhisis

    Takhisis brown-haired beauty

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    up yours!
    How I envy you...
     
  8. warmwaffles

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    lol all the **** we get though is all donated and stuff people just throw out...lol

    The stuff they throw out makes me wonder what the hell was going through there mind
     
  9. Takhisis

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    If they donate such stuff I don´t know what they keep for themselves...
     
  10. warmwaffles

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    ya Intel had a bunch of old Mobo's and CPUs and IBM donated a bunch of rack servers...

    and we found this one sitting around and its fairly new...its a quad XEON processor and can take 16 gigs of RAM 4 gigs per CPU. IT was THE best find I have ever seen in a LONG ASS time.
     
  11. Takhisis

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    up yours!
    Send it here by mail!
     
  12. CiaranB123

    CiaranB123 That guy

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    nice i was really lookin for somethin like this!
     
  13. T-mun

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    This thread is dead for more than 4 years, please look at the date.
     
  14. CiaranB123

    CiaranB123 That guy

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    Oh sorry I didn't see my mistake...
     
  15. T-mun

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    The problem is not saying what you think :shake: it is saying it 4 years late
     

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