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Red Crescent Medikits

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Hello, I am great fan of game DOOM by ID SOFTWARE. However, as a devout Muslim I dislike to see Cristian symbols constantly. This file changes medical kit sprites to use Red Crescent symbol as is used in Islamic countries.


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Hitboi

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Lol, good troll.
The orignal red cross in the Medikit sprite doesn't represent any religious symbol.

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uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhh, I didn't know the cross symbol in medikits was even christianity related. I thought it just represented health in general in all countries?

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AFAIK it is just a trademark of the "Red Cross" nothing more and nothing less. Either way, I think it's stupid to go all nuts about someone replacing it with a cresent moon, what's the deal? It's not like he's going to start a holy war if you don't use/enjoy this wad. Religion is just stupid!

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Nice bullshit to release around the time of 9/11. But, meh, it's definitely a troll wad, so lol.

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Good troll.

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fuck

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Cool idea, but should have included a variety of symbols, like ankh, celtic cross, swastika, etc.

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Should have included a variety of symbols. But I fail to see what is Christian about the symbol already there 0/5.

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lol so lame. make the symbols at least of a religion that matters next time. nobody cares about muslims. its so last century.

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This is so lame. One star for the lols of the idea. I was like WTF when I first read the description. 1/5 - Optimus

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Nice work but as an Iranian I would have preferred to have seen the Red Lion and Sun

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The medical symbol isn't a Christian symbol. Its a plus symbol. I guess the author would find addition insulting as well?

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useless

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I guess for someone that wants to see the Crescent, it's nice. But do you realize that the medical cross has nothing to do with the Christian symbol?

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Five stars for being in violation of the Geneva Convention.

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a wad made by someone who calls himself "dick son of a donkey" in arabic... so yeah, good troll.

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Bad bad bad.

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Really, who actually gives a shit about this? It's just some bullshit gfx conversion on par with the ones from 1994 that only change one frame and it's all Paint Shop Pro-y.

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Terrorist.

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THE BEST.

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Doomkid

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LOL, oh 'random file' button...

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Memfis

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Nice joke, I like it.

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Guest

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5 stars because trolling over-reacting Americans is always fun.

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cannonball

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ha nice, well it's pretty good troll and for the item involved it exists that's all, number of stars given to a quick "ha" and a shrug of shoulders... 3 stars

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