Blade x64
Utah, United States
 
 
Designing maps and shamelessly editing official ones since 2006.

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● 64 BITS OF PURE POWER
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● REVOLUTIONARY CONTROLLER WITH JOYSTICK
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A facility constructed in an underwater volcano. A 5CP map featuring dynamic elements.

Get the non-workshop version here. [tf2maps.net]

Fancy doors and chemical containers by Rexy.
Yellow pipes and water contain
1,724 ratings
Created by - Blade x64
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For the 72 hour contest like three years ago when do I update this
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Not really for trade.
There was a purpose here.
It's gone now.

Recent Activity

5,812 hrs on record
last played on Jan 15
73 hrs on record
last played on Jan 6
Garnet Jan 14 @ 2:08pm 
Hello buddy! I'm interested in paying you for a map edit, if you'd be interested.
Hardwyn B. Blacksphere Jan 14 @ 11:36am 
i want gimmy
Snorlax_ | trade.tf Jan 14 @ 10:18am 
That engineers a spa!
BBrevik Jan 12 @ 3:04am 
Hey, i have some important questions for you, can you contact me?
nah Jan 11 @ 4:27pm 
uhh u were in my game saw you had a saxxy and just wanted to say congrats i guess
The_Radical_Watermelon Jan 11 @ 7:46am 
They actually killed me in the hospital due to a procedure gone wrong that I didn't need. I was killed by a doctor, revived by nursing staff (dead 3 minutes), then charged $6000 for the procedure and subsequent resuscitation. EDIT: for those wondering or those in the medical field. Neurologist did a spinal tap on me while i was in an upright position, after a day of severe headaches. Pressure in my cranium caused "Coning" when the spinal fluid was withdrawn. "coning" usually results in instant and irreversible death from the brain stem hitting the base of the skull. When I died and fell over the needle was still in my spine and bent to 90 degrees.