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Random teleport swap

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By Stojke (See more)
19th September, 2011

Counter-Strike
116.17KB - RMF, BSP
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This is an example map of how to make 2 teleports that swap destination targets each 20 seconds.

Lets say you have teleport A and B and exits E1 and E2.
This setup randomly swaps between two exits.

It works like this:

There are 2 entity groups, one sets targets, other one activates.

A -> E1 | A -> E2
B -> E2 | B -> E1

And an system ive got from Atom, it randomly strikes swap activators (buttons).

Env_beam and targets.

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avatar Lajron says: 19th September 2011, 20:33 PM
2Words
Anime
Cool

Your going to use it in your map?

:D
avatar Stojke says: 19th September 2011, 20:46 PM
Yup, only a delay will be 30 seconds, randomly every time.
avatar Captain Terror says: 19th September 2011, 23:42 PM
This is pretty cool stojkens. I would love to use this in one of my goldsource maps sometime.. I will check it out soon.

Nice example!
=)
avatar Dimbeak says: 20th September 2011, 00:13 AM
Thats a very nice horse you have there.
avatar Stojke says: 20th September 2011, 00:13 AM
Thank you Captain T :D

I will try to make a better, and a more complex example in the future.
And also an example that shows hot to use Atoms (Muzzleflash) random generator to randomly activate stuff (which can be pretty cool to see).
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