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    The DWIronman League dies to: Somewhere in Time

    Last minute prepared run. Survival in 1:57:07 Scouted and routed every map in advance and used a number of cheap tricks for some would-be trouble spots. 12 and 13 came the closest to losing. Mad that I took an unnecessary archvile hit on the last map but a win is a win. dsda-doom -complevel 2 intimemovie_cnr.zip
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    The DWIronman League dies to: Somewhere in Time

    Blind type 1 attempt. Choked on map 4 in what looks like the first difficulty spike. Bleh. dwiron_intime_cnr.zip
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    IronEagle Competition 45: Respawned: Back from Hell

    Had this recorded on the 30th of July and forgot to post it. Oops. It's a sad blind attempt on HMP where I croak on the first map. Forgot the kill count, probably less than half. ironeagle_rspnhell_cnr.zip
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    The DWIronman League dies to: Man On The Moon

    Blind type 1 attempt on the highest difficulty. This can't end well... At least I'm not last place; that's something. 168 kills I believe with no archvile resurrections to account for given that I carked it without ever seeing one. dsda-doom -complevel 11 dwiron_motm_cnr.zip
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    The DWIronman League dies to: The Rebirth

    Blind type 1 attempt. Died at the start of map 3 like a chump. dsda-doom -complevel 2 dwiron_rebirth_cnr.zip
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    Mapsets where you revisit "maps"

    A couple I thought of have already been mentioned. Fragport is another example. After blowing up the icon in map 29, the player retraces their way through the ducts that led there and also passing through a central location in map 28 through a door that couldn't be opened on that map. Maps 25-27 all start from the same in-universe location though some may consider it a superficial similarity.
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    IronEagle Competition 42: Nex Credo

    The fiery duo of Torch and Scorch are going to have a lot of corpses for whatever foul ritual they have planned.
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    Have you actually played Valley Of Echoes?

    I have played it back when AV was first released. Maybe it's more palatable with saves but I found it a daunting task to make much progress without them. Falling in damaging blood was stressful. Does appear sloggy the time I ran through in god mode to tour the sights. Previous post covers various issues in better detail than I can.
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    Need a map pack for two gameplay mods.

    Eviternity has MAPINFO that disables jumping and crouching. So do various other high profile (or not) releases. You'd need to edit each WAD's MAPINFO to enable jumping in them. My random suggestions are NewGothic Movement 1 and 2, Hell Revealed 2, and even Community Chest 1. The infamous map 29 of CC1 might be more enjoyable with buffed arsenals.
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    Maps exclusive to a single source port?

    One I remember is Super Sonic Doom. I crosschecked the DoomWiki and it does say that it requires a specific build of ZDoom to run correctly. Said port requirement is also a big factor in why I'm unlikely to play it. (the other being stealth monsters, a trend I'm glad to see gone) The only other example of a "one port only" WAD I come up with (as I don't really seek this kind of thing out) is GoldenEye Doom2 for EDGE. While there is a build that runs in other ports, there are features only found and usable in the EDGE build.
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    Autoload issue loading midis out of order(?)

    Oh, MAPINFO. Yeah, I can see how that would trip you up as MAPINFO settings take priority over everything else. Commonly used for disabling crouching/jumping/freelook among other applications. I suspect removing the music selection data from MAPINFO will do the trick. If you're already autoloading midi packs, including music selection in MAPINFO itself is redundant. And, as you seem to have discovered, it can end up counterproductive. Anyways, good luck getting things working the way you want. Hopefully, tweaking MAPINFO will be enough.
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    Autoload issue loading midis out of order(?)

    Short answer: Load lunatic.wad last Longer more detailed answer: When loading multiple add-on files, order matters. If multiple files are loaded that replace the same entry in the IWAD (such as the music in map 1), the last file loaded will have priority. So if the order is something such as: gzdoom -file lunatic.wad avmidi.wad (autoload stuff) Only the music in the autoloaded files will play or be selectable by IDMUS. Though since you don't have the title screen track in the autoload, the one from avmidi will play there. As it is later in the command line than Lunatic. Yeah, I tossed in avmidi.wad for demonstration purposes. Now if the order goes: gzdoom -file (autoload stuff) lunatic.wad The soundtrack from Lunatic will have priority. If you were to use IDMUS to play a track from a later map, you'll get the community midi track from the autoload that corresponds to the IWAD used. (in this case, Doom 2)
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    Guess the Map! (32nd Super Secret Edition)

    I recognized two on sight, unexpectedly high. I'm not expecting or intending to maintain this sort of record.
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    IronEagle Competition 42: Nex Credo

    (growling directed at mapset) "All right let's go, you and me." Blind attempt on HMP. Reduced to gibs on map 10 after roughly 2 and a half hours of survival. My secret sense seemed to go on vacation with a low rate of finding them in most maps. DSDA-doom -complevel 2 Not that I expect anyone to watch such a slow paced demo. eaglenexcredo_cnr.zip
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    Some good pwads to unwind to that DON'T have any new music?

    Doom Zero only uses music from IWADs if that happens to fit your criteria. Hoover Dam is an old classic and mostly on the chill side. As an added bit of trivia, no teleporting monster traps. There's also Enigma. No replacement music but the obtuse and puzzley progression might not fit your views of unwinding.