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All that soul, plenty of gibs, but no vengeance claimed.  Pity.
All that soul, plenty of gibs, but no vengeance claimed. Pity.

FFA Forum Game 12/11/2004
What's your favorite Arena Gladiators weapon?
Grenade Launcher
Rocket Launcher
Lightning Gun
BFG10K (Original Q3 BFG)
Arena BFG (New Particle BFG)

Server: The Phoenix's Nest

Ping: 76
Map: q3dm13
Map Shot
4 out of 8 player slots are occupied.

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There's still some room left for you! Join the server now!

Server settings

game   generations
pure   1
dmflags   64
fraglimit   25
timelimit   15
capturelimit   8
g_spawnprotect   3
genflags   earth doom slipgate strogg arena
version   Q3 1.32 win-x86 Mar 30 2017
g_gametype   free for all

Server list

Server Name Current Map Players
The Phoenix's Nest q3dm13 4 / 8


Click here to see the rules!

Q: Why have rules?
A: Due to a recent bout of general lameness on our game servers, we have instated the following guidelines.
Break too many, and you will probably get your butt kicked, or worse...
Repeat offenders may be warned, kicked, and then banned, in that order.
The rules are subjective; everything will be decided on a case-by-case basis. The rules are there to preserve the fun, not to ruin it! Don't be too worried or about breaking a single one of them, or see them as some kind of strict regime - just be mindful of others and help keep things fun for everyone.

Serverlist F.A.Q.

Q: How can I get my server listed here?
A: Please register on the forums, and send a PM to Phoenix with your server's IP address. Your server MUST be dedicated, show up in server browsers such as Gamespy Arcade, be on a fast connection and must be up most of the time.

Q: How often are the server stats updated?
A: The severs are updated with every page load. This page is driven by QStat, a command-line server-browsing utility. The code on this page sends a command to qstat on the webserver, which then outputs the information it recieves and prints it on the page.

Q: Who wrote this script, and where can I find it?
A: It was written by Specter1337. You can find it on his site, or by navigating through the links section of the QStat Homepage.