|Dead Cats vs. Crackaz Crackdown Match Results|
|Posted by Toonces T. Cat on Sunday, October 28, 2001 5:00 PM CDT|
Scratch led the Dead Cat defense on CTF-A Dam Too Far
Game #2 - CTF-A Dam Too Far DC 10 - Crackaz 0
Game #3 - CTF-Braveheart-3 DC 10 - Crackaz 1
Game #2 on A Dam Too Far proved that turn-around is fair play for the Crackaz. This may surprise y'all, but the MVP of this game was Modem Boy himself...[DC] Scratch. He was an absolute monster on defense. Even with his 250 ping, he was blowing up Red Team players with amazing regularity.
Game #3 on Braveheart was also pretty rough for the Crackaz, plus they lost one of their players for about 3 or 4 minutes of the match. But it was still a better game than #2. Cronic Blunt was outstanding on offense, but once again the MVP has to go a relative newbie...[DC] MeowMeow. His defense was superb and I don't think the Crackaz got our flag out of the base more than a handful of times during the entire game. He was so good, that it became fairly obvious that the Crackaz were very definitely getting perturbed with the boy...not in a bad way...he just made himself very irritating...:-)
When it can be arranged, we are going to give them an identical rematch on their server.
The Crackaz are a great clan and great group of people that really showed their character and their good sportsmanship last night. I am hopeful that at some point they will join us in becoming a part of TeamUT.
As ngWorldStats is totally FUBARed right now, there will not be any detailed stats pages at this time.
See all the game screenshots games here...Just follow the links:
Visit the Crackaz Crackdown website here:
|Dead Cat Player Trading Cards by [DC] TopCat|
|Posted by Toonces T. Cat on Wednesday, October 24, 2001 3:30 PM CDT|
There's a total of 91 player cards in the DC collection...
A slightly over-size scan of Mysterian's Trading card...
Put in the most straight-forward language, these trading cards look simply fantastic when they are printed on a high quality, photo-grade paper stock!
Each card, as seen in the image above, has the Dead Cat's character picture and their game NICK on the front and the player's real name and other biographical information on the back. A few of the player's names are not current as they were changed, by the players themselves, well after TopCat had finalized the images. This is almost always a problem with any dynamic material. If your NICK is not the one you are currently using, it is not a correctable situation. Follow the links below to view the entire set of player cards and to download the printable files.
TopCat has prepared a complete set of Instructions for printing out and finishing the cards. The trading card images along with the files and instructions will be a permanent feature on the Cool Lynx page. The files will be available in either PSD, Photoshop format, or as GIF files on TopCat's website. While there is no question that the PSD files will produce a slightly higher quality image, each of the "deck" files are over 30Mbs in size and there are 9 of them. All of the required files in the GIF format have been unified into one Zipped File, located here on the Dead Cat's website, that is just a hair under 27Mbs...or you may download the individual files from TopCat's website if you don't want them all.
[DC] TopCat shows us his favorite card from the set...
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