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Basic Rules and Regulations

General Rules and Regulations for everyone:


1. Players are always expected to behave in an honorable manner. A large part of that expectation is that the player is honest in his statements to both clan members and to other players. Dishonesty will not be tolerated amongst our players or clan members.


2. Players are expected to behave in a respectful manner. This means conducting ones self in a way that is conducive to fair play, and also means not engaging in any form of slander against your fellow players. Direct inflammatory attacks on a person?s character are never acceptable behavior and will not be tolerated.



3. Players are not permitted under any condition to use, test, deploy or distribute any game cheats. By Cheats, we include any additional software which modifies the game in any unauthorized fashion, any code or game exploits which are not known by the public or are considered unacceptable to clan leagues, and finally any game customization that gives a player an unfair advantage or is considered unacceptable to clan leagues. This also includes skywalking or any other form of map exploitation.



3a. *Players are not allowed to Crouch/bunny hopping, running of ANY FORM * - violators will be kicked and/or banned.



4. Players must use an online alias that is legible and pronounceable. Defamatory or offensive aliases are under no condition acceptable.



5. Players should never use any form of Racial, Ethnic, Religious, Sexist or Political slander or persecution, nor should a player willingly allow others to do so. Players are also not permitted to make references to drugs, whether as part of their name or in conversation.



5a. No foul language via mic or regularchat(membership adminchat exception).



6. COF is a clan setup for fun and fairness. Hence, anyone who is suspected of cheating may be punished by a maximum penalty of disassociation.



7. Players may never launch verbal attacks against the family of another player. The Clan considers the member?s families as sacred, and any dishonorable comments towards them warrants severe disciplinary action.



8. No extensive chit chat on the mic, have respect for your fellow players and realize they are there to play the game not listen to you.



9. Do Not boss players around they may all not play at your level and that?s fine, it?s a public server geared for fun.



10. No Boasting! This server and group was founded on the premise of having fun and recruiting players we enjoy to be around.



11. Tagging your kills or shooting corpses is frowned upon. Don't disrespect the dead.



12. Play the maps as they were intended. This includes not killing hostages, planting the bomb if you have it, rescuing the hostages, and diffusing the bomb. Maps are made with objectives. Complete them.



12a. Camping - Tactical camping is part of playing the game. But do not waste our time by, for example, being a CT and camping spawn on a hostage map.



13. Friendly Fire is always on. Do not ask to have it turned off. Deliberate Team Kills and Team Attacks are bannable offenses.



14. Your computer and your Steam account are your responsibility. If someone else used your account to do something that caused it to be banned from COF, then do not complain to us. We are not responsible for what your brother, cousin, friend, dog, cat, etc ? did with your account. Only you are. We suggest that you logoff off steam when not playing and not give anyone your steam password to keep problems from happening.



15. Respect your admins and the other players as it says above. But to be more specific, if an admin asks you to do something and you ignore it, expect to get kicked and if you come back in getting loud with anyone, expect to be banned.
16. Admins should post bans immediately,if player that is banned isnt answered within 24hrs,ban will be lifted.




Specific Rules and Regulations to [COF] and [COF-R]:



1. Clan Members may not be a member of another clan or guild. Dual Clantags not exceptable.



2. Clan Members may never provide clan password information with any party not authorized to receive such information. This includes, but is not limited to, website logins, forum login, practice or match server passwords or any other form of clan login information. Doing so will be considered clan treason, and swift disciplinary actions will follow.



3. Clan Members are expected to behave in a respectful manner while representing our clan online.



4. Clan Members should never allow others to engage in verbal attacks against the family of another player. The Clan considers the member?s families as sacred, and any dishonorable comments towards them warrants severe disciplinary action.



5. Clan Members are expected to promote a healthy and competitive environment while playing online. Members are expected to actively participate in keeping every game as balanced and enjoyable as possible while playing online.



6. Clanchat and Tsay is used to talk to each other when your dead, never to give positions out and not to tell others, for example, to pick up that awp for you.
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Demo's How to get the best demo.

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Posted 24 January 2005 - 11:20 PM

There are some really simple steps that you can undertake in order to get the best possible demo.

Before we start I think it is important to be aware that the higher the ping you have the larger the margin of error on the demo is. You should not be recording a demo on a server that lags you or if you are getting much choke/loss.

Second: be aware of how long you are recording. Each minute is app. 2 megabyte of demo which will be around 500KB zipped. So take demos that are not longer then 5 minutes before recording a new one.

Lets move on.

Step 1:
When you have located the person that you would like to demo be sure to get into a position where you can spectate him without him really noticing. Assess if it is ok for you to go directly in spectatemode or if you need to reconnect first then join spectaters. But not before you have checked if the server allows spectaters. Should the server not allow this you can either "chooseteam" -> select a team, but do not select a skin this way you will have spectating abillities but not be forced to spawn each round, or you can type "kill" in console. The latter will alert a vigilant cheater so be aware not to draw to much attention to yourself.

Step 2:
Once you have gotten into the spectating position start the demo by bringing down the console and typing "record [name]". The demo will appear in the cstrike folder with the [name].dem. Be sure to follow the same person all the time, do not "flip" between people to show where they are on the map compared to the suspected cheater. Should the cheater die before round ends pick a random other person to spectate till he dies ect.

Step 3:
After you have started recording you need to verify the persons ID's. Bring down the console again and type "status" [enter] followed by "Snapshot" [enter]. This will leave a stats call in the demo that will be vissible during playback, and also make a .BMP file in the cstrike folder called MAP0001.bmp. Be sure to add that screenshot in the final .zip or .rar.

Step 4:
The final step is simply to type "stop" in console when the 5 minutes of recording has ended, and if you think it is insufficient make a new recording taking the same steps once again.

To View Demo.

1. Copy demo to your cstrike directory if not already there. (example of demo file name - hacker.dem)

2. Right click on your steam icon in your tray, select games, select counter strike

3. In console type - veiwdemo demoname (example viewdemo hacker)
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