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-This map is a pleasingly unique Q1SP that incorporates a wide variety of textures, mainly from all four Hexen II sets. In one map, one gets a variety of colours (crimson, yellow, white, blue, green, brown), a variety of temple styles (egyptian, roman, mayan), and a variety of textures (Hexen II, Rogue, Quake, some others). While this might sound a little "​busy,"​ the overall style is very coherent in its consistent variety. The layout could be compared to [[/​reviews/?​filtered=Kona|Kona]]'​s old maps - multileveled man-made structures built into canyon walls. There are some underground/​cave/​tunnel sections which are nice, including a really great one with zombies. In the courtyards, the enemy is often hell knights and ogres, though fiends and shamblers keep things edgy.+This map is a pleasingly unique Q1SP that incorporates a wide variety of textures, mainly from all four Hexen II sets. In one map, one gets a variety of colours (crimson, yellow, white, blue, green, brown), a variety of temple styles (egyptian, roman, mayan), and a variety of textures (Hexen II, Rogue, Quake, some others). While this might sound a little "​busy,"​ the overall style is very coherent in its consistent variety. There are some underground/​cave/​tunnel sections which are nice, including a really great one with zombies. The layout could be compared to [[/​reviews/?​filtered=Kona|Kona]]'​s old maps - multileveled man-made structures built into canyon walls. In the courtyards, the enemy is often hell knights and ogres, though fiends and shamblers keep things edgy.
  
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 The architecture is unique and really quite detailed; the sections are distinct, and the theme is a unique take on a Quake mainstay. The map never becomes overly ambitious in size, but it provides a consistent - and a consistently interesting - challenge. The architecture is unique and really quite detailed; the sections are distinct, and the theme is a unique take on a Quake mainstay. The map never becomes overly ambitious in size, but it provides a consistent - and a consistently interesting - challenge.
  
 **Score: 16/20** **Score: 16/20**