915dd5b6feb49cc3854e283d76589357ba55a6818fa9b63da13429c83cf2c7ae

915dd5b6feb49cc3854e283d76589357ba55a6818fa9b63da13429c83cf2c7ae
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Very nice, fast map, played skill3 as always. Lots of room for movement and evasive maneuvers, jumping around monsters, getting them to infight, bunnyhopping and just general mayhem. A++ would play again.

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Very pretty with a dream-like, almost surreal atmosphere and enjoyable gameplay. Despite its being a void map, there is plenty of room to manoeuvre, and combat does not become frustrating.

This map seems to be a companion piece to Star Scream (https://www.quaddicted.com/reviews/scream.html), but is superior in just about every way.

Unfortunately some of the knights got stuck on the architecture, at least on my setup.

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Yes. this is pretty nice for a Coagula map (which is not one of my favourite styles). Doesn’t feel too arbitrary and capricious, as such maps sometimes can. Trying to engineer in-fighting on a narrow walkways is quite a challenge!

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Ah here we go! Looks like Tronyn worked some “lesson learned” improvements from Starscream to this one. First of all, one of the coolest looking maps I have seen a while. Bloody metal infused with that oh so HOT red terracotta brick. The tall towers and clock tower give off a great otherworldly vibe. The gameplay still has some large amount of batch spawning but a lot less tedious and using the Quad secret is a treat.

The visuals in the map inspire me to create something in the bloody metal/brick fashion someday.

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