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Since Lord Drac seems to have disappeared I have re-organised the downloads page on the main site. This now includes:
* All recorded games for all the tournaments held in the last 2 years
* All tournament packs for the tourneys held both here and at Tontoclan (except for the March madness DM extravaganza - can somebody please point me in the right direction for these)
* Re-categorisation of downloads
* Additional AI scripts
* Additional RMS scripts
* ER's Heritage series
Now, I did this by manipulating the database directly rather than using the admin interface. The upshot of this is that all the rating and comment information has been lost. If any of you rated or commented on files in the past I would be most grateful if you could go back and re-rate/comment on the files again.

Also, if the descriptions of any of the AIs are inaccurate please post a more appropriate description in this thread.
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Sheesh - and i thought you were busy :lol: :rolleyes:
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Physically disappeared, I have not! :P
Great job!

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Lord_Dracula @ Jul 24 2005, 06:50 PM wrote: Physically disappeared, I have not! :P
Great job!
Good to see you back :D Where have you been?
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Post by VNS_None_ »

Bari made an "AI extractor from the Recorded games" , didn't he ?
Should we add that to the "Tools and References" section ?
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VNS_None_ @ Jul 27 2005, 03:27 PM wrote: Bari made an "AI extractor from the Recorded games" , didn't he ?
Should we add that to the "Tools and References" section ?
Thanks for reminding me :) Now added to the tools/.reference section.
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March DM madness ... does nobody have the tourney packs for these? Or put another way, can somebody put together a definitive tourney pack? I have "bits" of it, but I remember that there were several problems with the distributions ...
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Post by Krazyken »

hmmm, lets see since March, I've replaced my PC, and switched mail servers, I'm having a hard time finding the pieces as well! I will work on extracting what I can, unless hopefully someone else has a complete set still, I believe packs were sent to Berrys, Hector, Mabuse, Archon and VNS_Caesar. Do one of yous still have it?
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found it
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Many thanks :)
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