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  1. j4rio

    What is the appeal of Slaughter maps?

    slaughter suxx now give me likes
  2. j4rio

    Final DOOM demos [-complevel 4]

    tnt map 1 tyson 0:47 ev01t047.zip
  3. j4rio

    Final DOOM demos [-complevel 4]

    plutonia map 14 tyson 13:58 map 17 tyson 7:40 map 18 tyson 3:56 pl14t1358.zip pl17t740.zip pl18t356.zip
  4. j4rio

    Final DOOM demos [-complevel 4]

    plutonia map 11 tyson 3:36 pl11t336.zip
  5. >gets banned from a thread for clueless rant >makes a new thread to continue said clueless rant >refuses to elaborate further Certified sigma male grindset
  6. I'll reiterate - if you want a respectful discussion, it's probably not a good look by initiating it with slapping a label that's historically attached to cheating and malicious intent on one of latest released achievement that were recorded under restraints that were viewed as acceptable in the community (or grey zone, I suppose) up to now. Yes, it would most likely fall under the definition of tool-assisted if you want to get into semantics, but within constraints of that definition basically all demos recorded with emulators are already tool-assisted anyway.
  7. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hyperbole Throwing around terms like demo being tool-assisted usually implies accusation of malicious behavior or cheating, which is what I'm meaning by not being warranted.
  8. My only point is that you convincingly claim it was 100% done and dusted banned, which requires a little bit more input from your side, given that circumstantial evidence doesn't exactly seem to back it up. The lack of submissions using it during Hegyi period is merely a correlation that could either mean that it was in fact banned or that there simply weren't submissions using it, thus motivating an update to a more robust ruleset. I'm leaning towards the second option, given that the spinner simply wasn't used in demos long after c-n era, and even in those cases it was used by pure keyboarders (one could argue they should be able to use it to level the playing field with mouse users). The shift in reaching faster times using anything and everything allowed rather than trying to maintain puristic approach is happening in overall speedrunning scene and is not something doom-specific. So yes, unless something is concretely and explicitly disallowed, it is allowed. For the record, I don't mind at all if 180 is completely disabled during recording. My point is that claiming all demos using it are filthy tool-assisted plague is simply unwarranted and possibly misguided. If the red line has never explicitly been drawn, we don't get to retroactively recreate it and act like it's always been there.
  9. It seems even peers from your recording period are unaware of spinner being as much of a dealbreaker as you're making it out to be. Can you show at least a tiniest ounce of actual proof that it was actually set-in-stone banned rather than thinking into existence a parallel universe in which said ban took place? A convo, a message, anything.
  10. Hopefully this will settle the debate
  11. j4rio

    Final DOOM demos [-complevel 4]

    plutonia map 15 tyson 9:01 pl15t901.zip
  12. j4rio

    Final DOOM demos [-complevel 4]

    plutonia map 16 tyson 19:03 pl16t1903.zip
  13. j4rio

    Final DOOM demos [-complevel 4]

    plutonia map 9 tyson 32:58 map 13 tyson 29:31 map 16 tyson 28:55 pl09t3258.zip pl13t2931.zip pl16t2855.zip
  14. j4rio

    Final DOOM demos [-complevel 4]

    Damn, now you get all the fanfares and hot chicks for filling up last iwad tysons.
  15. Oh hey, it's our resident family guy. :) I'm usually hanging around, just not recording as much.