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Lila Feuer

First Doom fan site(s) you ever found?

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ZDoom forums and Doomworld, but I never frequented the first.

 

Not like I looked for Doom sites pre-2015.

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2 minutes ago, seed said:

ZDoom forums and Doomworld, but I never frequented the first.

 

Not like I looked for Doom sites pre-2015.

 

Same here 😆

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The earliest ones I can remember are Sir Robin's Doom Castle and Gestalt666's site. There are probably others that I've long since forgotten about :P But also maybe Paul Corfiatis' personal site and ofcourse Doomworld and Doomnation. The earliest maps I released was hosted on a Danish doomer's site, can't remember his name though... Zuljin or something. This was back in circa 1998.

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Doomworld, way way back in the early 2000's. It didn't go so well. I was a fragile elementary schooler who was ever so upset to see people swearing and talking about sex on the internet, not to mention not believing in the same religion as I did. Meanwhile, the Doomworld forums in that era was mostly edgy teenagers, and felt like /b/ lite... way unlike the wholesome family-friendly forums I'd been visiting up till then.

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For me it was Doomworld, it was actually in 2008 but I only watched the site until joining in mid 2009

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Back then, Counter-Strike wasn't working on my POS computer, so I was looking for another FPS that wasn't taxing. I remembered Doom and had to look for a way to play it since I couldn't use the original exe on Windows ME (part of the reason the computer was a POS). That's when I discovered Skulltag and then Doomworld by proxy, since Skulltag was hosted on there.

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Doomworld or Doom Wad Station, in June 2008 when Doom Rickroller was popular. Thanks to that wad Doom began part of my lifestyle.

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