Mortecha - A name I randomly self generated for a character I created while playing a game called Daggerfall, humbly introduced to me as a child through my Dad's interest in the game. The meaning behind the name is "More technology of death". Death being contained in "Morte", French for death. The ending "a" is reference to the 40k Orkish propensity to add "a" on the end of words, eg "DAKKA". I can thank my Dad for that too due to his interest in the franchise. The name implies humanities exponential ability to kill itself as technology progresses over time, and the need for it in order to maintain peace. I love DX, Syndicate, Cannon Fodder, C&C and MOO. I also love game design. In the process of loving these I taught myself how to code and make 3d models. All of these attributes also conflict as making games requires a disconnection from fandom as you are making a product to sell, yet in the process of making and releasing products to sell, you create fandom. So therefore, MODS!
I remember way back in 2008 when Aro thought this was a good idea. I was too self obsessed with modding fandom, being involved almost superficially with TSD and too self absorbed in my own ideas of what C&C should be! Eventually followed by a reluctance to continue modding with an ageing engine to be able to see the genius behind this mod and what Aro has accomplished.
Now we are greeted with the best TS mod in existence to date, may Aro's and all contributors sacrifices in time, energy and effort never be take in vein, EVER!
Download this mod, you won't regret it.
The mod only spawned taxis and afew other crapper cars, and since there is no way to uninstall the mod it has ruined my game completely.
The name should also be changed as saying REAL is deceptive since people will expect real equivalents of all the vehicles in the game, not just performance vehicles.
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