Hello guys, I love playing and modding bf2, bf2 is the greatest game ever and I´m playing it for 12 years now (+ a little bit modding for personal use since 2008 :-)) I also love to test beta mods in bf2 because it´s always great to help improving someone´s work by testing it prior release :-). I wish you all a happy year and a nice time playing bf2!!

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Zerk_Degtyarev
Zerk_Degtyarev

each totem on the pole is a symbolic representation of one family.

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Golden3 Creator
Golden3

whuttt???

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SlickWhiteRabbit
SlickWhiteRabbit

Thanks for the suggestion. I will contact him sometime. I've still got those projects to complete, but as I'm really into battlefield 2 again, I don't want to forget. I've been thinking of creating maps for years, but there has always been other things getting in the way. This time I'm determined to change that and actually do something about it.

I've played four of Gamer_Flash's maps so far and think they are excellent.

My first port of call will be the BF2 single player forums, which at the moment I'm locked out of as I forgot my password and the captcha is broken, so I've not been able to recover it. I've contacted MasterChiefRulz and he said it is being fixed. That said, I can still access the tutorials, plus there are lots of You Tube videos with help as well. It's the starting I've always had issues with. I did have all the files required to edit and navmesh, unfortunately a last month I dropped the external drive that all my Battlefield files had been backed up on. I'd started to download some of the stuff such as beta test maps, some of which were never released, (I beta tested for several mappers such as Hayabusa, The Dark, BierPizzaChips, Homegrown, MadOsga, Froachman, BigFootUS48, Ray Clovis, and Shane John. Unfortunatrly most of the files including all of the mods and most of the SP maps that I loved were lost as the external drive was damaged in the fall (almost 1TB's worth of BF2 files) and is now inaccessible. One of the files lost was a mod called Mercs v11, which I've not been able to find anywhere. Another modder called MadOsga, who used to work with Hayabusa created a destructible mod (which I'd backed up on a DVD, so still have it) that was made as an add-on to the Mercs v 11 mod. When added it allows the player to destroy various objects in the game and adds to the atmosphere. It was only developed for the single player game. MadOsga did try to get it to work in Multiplayer, but then got side tracked with his new mod called Marines (plus his wife died after getting pneumonia). Unfortunately I have no modding experience so cannot get it to work with any other mod. I'm thinking someone in the community may be able to do so? I've tried to contact MadOsga, but his site no longer exists and he's not replied to any of my emails.

Of those maps I mentioned in my last message I did one that was related to that Stalingrad film 'Enemy at The Gates'. and linked to one of my favorite BF2 custom maps (apart from most of The Darks maps) called Stalingrad by Rodolfo. His 64 player map is brilliant. I love playing both sides either landing on the beach and fighting my way up through the rail yards or defending the beach using the gun emplacements. I wanted to create one that was linked to that map but include the scenarios that were detailed in the film. When we arrived back from our two week vacation I spent hours watching and re-watching the film, adding to the map; trying to recreate the way the film showed the Stalingrad conflict.

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Whiterabbit aka Stephen

p.s. I was amazed when I rejoined the BF2 community. I thought that there would be few sites hosting files yet I found an active modding community dedicated to the game, which just goes to show how much this game means to so many, considering it's now exactly 14 years since its release. I wonder if DICE will ever do a remake of the game? If they did I'd hope that the game play elements remained the same but adding the ability to destroy buildings and of course the latest graphics. :)

pps Please excuse the waffle, I tend to go on to much when my opiate meds kick in. I have to take Oxycodone (in the UK its called the poor mans heroin) and have Fentanyl patches to help with the pain. It helps a lot, but I'm usually half asleep for most of the day.

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SlickWhiteRabbit
SlickWhiteRabbit

I am considering getting into creating some maps for BF2. Been thinking about it for years on and off actually, but life and other things have usually got in the way. I spent a full vacation designing some maps ( around 12) for Hayabusa ten years ago, but he was at the end of his interest in Battlefield 2 and never got around to using any of the designs I'd created, so I'm thinking of doing it myself. I recently reinstalled Battlefield 2 and realise how much I've missed this game, so have been feverishly downloading lots of custom content. The fact that there is still an active modding community has got me thinking about mapping again. My main issue is starting. I always have that issue when starting any project.
You may be getting some requests for help in the not too distant future. I'm finishing off some family projects at the moment ( scanning old photos and editing a lot of old cine film i'd inherited from ym father when he passed away last year. Once I've sorted those out I want to start checking out all the tutorials available over on the battlefield singleplayer forums and finally get into creating some maps. I have a question for you. would it be a good idea to work on navmeshing some multiplyer only maps such as The Alex Royce Forest and Assault at Waalwijk Island (always wanted to play those two in singleplayer). I thought that having some knowledge of navmeshing would be a benefit before working on creating any maps; giving an insight into creating environments that wont be hard to navmesh.

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SlickWhiteRabbit
SlickWhiteRabbit

Hi,
Just seen your friends request and accepted. :)

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Golden3 Creator
Golden3

Oh nice :) Nice idea to navmesh existing multiplayer maps - I think that´s the better way to create maps - singleplayer is more important than ever atm. I also know some nice multiplayer maps and I asked Gamer_Flash to navmesh them but he prefers to create completely new maps at the moment. He is the one to talk to concerning map related questions - I´m just a tweaking specialist, mainly porting vehicles from other mods to stock bf2. I´m sorry your Dad passed away - same can happen to me every day (which often causes a bad feeling). I hope you´ll get over it soon.

Thanks for your kind commentary :)

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