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perf Dec 28, 2017 @ 11:53pm 
neoncharmander has evolved into... A CHIMP!

Would you like to nickname your chimp?

>Yes No

What would you like to nickname him?

J 4 V >OK

is J4V OK?

>Yes No

Your Chimp’s name is now J4V!
guybrush threepwood Dec 24, 2017 @ 8:40pm 
Merry christmas j4v!
xxx Nov 20, 2017 @ 3:17am 
neoncharmander has evolved into... A CHIMP!

Would you like to nickname your chimp?

>Yes No

What would you like to nickname him?

J 4 V >OK

is J4V OK?

>Yes No

Your Chimp’s name is now J4V!
kavito May 24, 2017 @ 7:08pm 
RIP NEON CHARLIZARD
>:3 May 30, 2016 @ 8:18am 
RIP Neon Charmander, we'll always remember you man :'( <3
76561198064693752 Sep 24, 2015 @ 4:22pm 
The Valve Anti-Cheat System (VAC)
Because nobody likes playing with cheaters.
Playing games should be fun. In order to ensure the best possible online multiplayer experience, Valve developed a state-of-the-art anti-cheat system that automatically detects and permanently bans any player using cheats or hacks on a VAC secured server. What this means to you as a player is that you don't have to worry about annoying cheaters getting an unfair advantage and disrupting your game.
The Valve Anti-Cheat system is only enabled on servers with the secured shield logo and only Valve has the ability to VAC ban a user. While server admins may choose to ban players from playing on their specific servers, they do not have the ability to VAC ban players. The VAC system is automated and contacting Steam Support to report cheaters isn't necessary. Valve has a zero-tolerance policy for cheating and will not lift VAC bans under any circumstances.