I cut down on the text spam from the Advertisements and re-wrote some of the older ones, updated the help menu page to include more commands and some general guidelines, arranged the commands in the help menu to be in alphabetical order because I'm OCD as fuck, and added some new commands...
!calladmin will allow you to pull up a list of all admins and see who is around and who isn't. So if you need someone and no one is playing, well there ya go. I'm not putting in a join chat feature yet because trolls.
!gameguide will eventually show you a guide on the game-mode you're playing, will write those tonight, just wanted them in now. Same goes for !serverinfo
ALSO LAST THING I'M EXPERIMENTING WITH A NEW SPAWN PROTECTION SYSTEM THAT DOESN'T CRASH! And a VOTE MUTE FIX for HALE!
Then be sick no more! We've come up with a way to help fix your confusion without making you jump through a million hoops.
Join the server and play on a map you don't know too well or just havenn't seen before? Simply type in !mapguide and voila, your motd box will open and direct you to a guide of the map you're currently playing on!
So far, we're testing this feature on Chocolate only, and don't have many guides up yet. We currently have a guide up for the recently added 'cp_zinkentite_valley' located below!
Would you like to help write a guide or some strategies you found for a map? Contact Rowdy!
Thanks to Ozzzy for inspireing this idea! For that, he gets player of the week!
[2/26/2012 3:38:04 PM] Rowdy: Ozzzy has just given me a glorious idea [2/26/2012 3:38:47 PM] Rowdy: Let's say you're in the server [2/26/2012 3:39:02 PM] Rowdy: and we go to a map that you've never played before, immediately people are confused right? [2/26/2012 3:39:09 PM] Rowdy: Because they don't get the idea, the setup, etc [2/26/2012 3:39:32 PM] Rowdy: So why not make a command to pull up a simplified guide of the current map? [2/26/2012 3:39:49 PM] Rowdy: Use the serverhop plugin in conjunction, since the website knows what map a server is playing [2/26/2012 3:40:24 PM] Rowdy: That way, they can just use like, !mapinfo, and it pulls up a page with a picture of the map layout, along with some useful information