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  1. Late to the topic, but, since I'm Argentinian (we speak spanish here), I can help. Tarde al tópico, pero, dado que soy argentino (hablamos español acá), puedo ayudar. I never heard 'fache', but I did heard 'facho' and 'facha'. As Hippo said, 'facho' refers to a fascist party masculine member (a man), or at least, aligned with a fascist party's ideology; and 'facha' refers to a fascist party feminine member (a woman), or at least, aligned with a fascist party's ideology. It's a negatively charged word. And nowadays (at least in my country), it's used to refer disrespectfully to any person that says something "right wingy". Nunca escuché 'fache', pero sí escuché 'facho' y 'facha'. Como dijo Hippo, 'facho' refiere a un miembro masculino (un hombre) de un partido fascista, o al menos, alineado con la ideología de un partido fascista; y 'facha' refiere a un miembro femenino (una mujer) de un partido fascista, o al menos, alineado con la ideología de un partido fascista. Es una palabra negativamente cargada. Y hoy en día (al menos en mi país), se usa para referir irrespetuosamente a cualquier persona que diga algo "de derecha". Example: A: I think it's ok that America protects its borders from illegal foreigners. B: OMG! I can't stand this facho! Ejemplo: A: Creo que está bien que Estados Unidos proteja sus fronteras de extranjeros ilegales. B: ¡Por Dios! ¡No soporto a este facho! (En Argentina diríamos, más bien, "¡No me banco a este facho!") (In Argentina we would say, rather, "¡No me banco a este facho!") PD: In spanish, almost all nouns and adjectives can be either masculine or femenine, and, either singular or plurar: PD: En español, casi todos los sustantivos y adjetivos pueden ser o masculinos o femeninos, y, o singular o plural: Singular masculine: "perro", "árbol" , "techo" , "facho". ("dog", "tree", "roof", "facho"). Masculino singular: "perro", "árbol" , "techo" , "facho". A singular masculine noun would be preceded by the singular definite article "el": ("the") "el perro", "el árbol", "el techo", "el facho". Un sustantivo masculino singular estaría precedido por el artículo definido "el": "el perro", "el árbol", "el techo", "el facho". Singular feminine: "mente", "casa", "guitarra", "billetera" ("mind", "house", "guitar", "wallet") Femenino singular: "mente", "casa", "guitarra", "billetera" A singular feminine noun would be preceded by the definite article "la": ("the") "la mente", "la casa", " la guitarra", "la billetera" Un sustantivo femenino singular estaría precedido por el artículo definido "la": "la mente", "la casa", " la guitarra", "la billetera" Plural masculine: "perros", "árboles" , "techos" , "fachos". ("dogs", "trees", "roofs", "fachos"). Masculino plural: "perros", "árboles" , "techos" , "fachos". A plural masculine noun would be preceded by the definite article "los": ("the") "los perros", "los árboles", "los techos", "los fachos". Un sustantivo masculino singular estaría precedido por el artículo definido "los": "los perros", "los árboles", "los techos", "los fachos". Plural feminine: "mentes", "casas", "guitarras", "billeteras" ("minds", "houses", "guitars", "wallets") Femenino plural: "mentes", "casas", "guitarras", "billeteras" A plural feminine noun would be preceded by the definite article "las": ("the") "las mentes", "las casas", " las guitarras", "las billeteras" Un sustantivo femenino plural estaría precedido por el artículo definido "las": "las mentes", "las casas", " las guitarras", "las billeteras"
  2. I suggest making Italy a 20' map, instead of a 30' map on the Hardcore and Silent1 servers. Everytime it gets voted, admins and some regulars start to complain. It's not a bad map, it's just too long for silent mod. I just say we try it out, and if 20' is too much, we can try 25'. Feder
  3. Meme 2 ACT I Axis: Let's defend! They won't take our documents! ACT II Sl!ck: Hold my helmet. *stands*, *grabs his akimbo* ACT III Sl!ck: *Proceeds to end Axis' entire career*
  4. Meme 1 Me: *stares at someone's face in the subway* The other person: *stares you back* Me: /exec act_like_if_you_were_not_watching.cfg
  5. Great idea! I would support something like this.
  6. I've read all the other opinions, and this is mine: First, I would like to get clarified about the mechanic. So, for example, if a panzer shoots a teammate, the panzer will receive dmg for doing that, but, will the teammate receive dmg? If the teammate doesn't receive dmg, then I don't like the mechanic. I agree with @Mordecai: "This may lead to overpowered strats that are only possible in no FF mode, for example you could arty a tank barrier in order for your team to plant the dynamite harmless, and wiping out the other team in the process, with only a minor sacrifice of one person." The existence of this type of strategies are the reason of me not enjoying no-FF servers as much as I enjoy Hardcore. So, if this is how the mechanic would work, then I wouldn't really support it. On the other hand, if the teammate does receive dmg, then I also don't like it. I agree with @Aniky: "Because as u know, not everyone is on the same skill level and gamewise level as certain ppl are. Some players do not understand or simply dont see arty being set or strike being thrown to opponents spawn or strategial position, which will mean that the fop who did everything right will suffer because of that one individual who just plays like a brainless chicken. Second one is that i have experienced couple of times as well and is very annoying that certain teammate will intentionally run into your arties and then complain afterwards, which means u will suffer reflective damage back each time purely because of his dumbness. It also comes to nades, u would be nading enemy spawn, ur teammate with flamer or something else would run into that spawn, trying to flame opponents and die by your nade even tho he would probably see it before but decided to just ignore it. There are a lot of cases like that, when u check your idea from smiple view, its briliant and would definitely improve a lot in terms of teamkilling or team bleeding, but it would then need to be watched over admins as well, who would need to react quicker than usual if cases like above starts to happen because u can have very fast a big shit storm over situations like that." So, this would restrict the mechanic to flamethrower, panzer and mortar. The mechanic wouldn't apply to granades/rifle nades, knife, mg42, normal weapons (pistols, smg, rifle, etc.), arty and dynamite/satchel. But it could happen that a mortar is shooting in a good strategical position, and teammates ignore it; then is the same as Aniky said. It could also happen that there are 4 enemies together and 1 ally, and panzer shoots killing the 4 enemies and his ally. That is a good play, even though there was a team kill. The same with flame. So... I don't really support the mechanic. I prefer to leave things just the way they are now. Just verbal warn, then !warn, then !kick team killers.
  7. Federicrit

    Hi all

    I think I've seen you a few times in silent1 server. Welcome to the forums!
  8. Great job muchachos!! Keep up the good work!!
  9. Cool topic, I know a lot of real names now haha. This is mine... federicrit is a combination of Federico, my real name, and criter (crit for short. There are many variations of this, like le crit, etc). criter is a made-up word that we use in my family as an adjective that means silly, or dummy, or something like that. So for example, when someone does something silly, we say "Alto criter" (What a criter), or "Sos re crit" (You're so crit). We also use it in combination with names. So, when I had to make my xbox 360 nickname, one of my brothers suggested to put "Federicrit", and since then, in almost all games, that was my nickname.
  10. Hi, I thought it would be nice to share this Feel free to share to this post your own screenshots/pictures from the stat website to show off your achievements and immortilize them! All =F|A= Servers welcomed! (Not all servers have a stat website) PD: I would say that the majority of those 50 obj. delivered were without bots on server.
  11. Hi, I play a lot on the HC server, and I always check the stats on https://fearless-assassins.com/et_stats/hc/. I would love to see a syringe (needle) stat added. In silent mod you can poison your enemies and kill them! Also, it would be great to see a stat for revives, or the adrenaline use.
  12. Hi everybody! I'm a regular on the Hardcore server. Last year I rediscovered this game, and I started playing on the =F|A=Servers. So far having a blast! By the way, my name is Federico, Fede for short. I'll see you on the battlefield!

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