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Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
game Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
game type FPS
distributeur Activision
release datum 2003-05-29
start datum bij FDNL 2003-06-23
eind datum bij FDNL 2006-12-23
coleaders Intimidate (2003-08-01 - 2004-04-23)
Koencool (2003-08-17 - 2003-01-04)
Clanleadr (2004-01-01 - 2005-04-05)
Spoon (2004-01-24 - 2004-12-24)
Scorpion (2004-03-22 - 2005-08-19)
Geun (2004-04-05 - 2004-04-23)
U4ea (2004-09-20 - 2006-12-23)
Lightning (2004-11-02 - 2005-02-04)
Jackass (2005-08-23 - 2005-08-29)
Boemerang (2005-08-29 - 2006-12-18)
Scorpion (2006-04-14 - 2006-12-23)
Echo (2006-05-23 - 2006-12-23)
wa / assists Dreamhead (2003-07-01 - 2003-01-31)
Phenoxe (2003-10-22 - 2003-12-15)
Scorpion (2004-01-24 - 2004-03-21)
Frze (2004-03-15 - 2004-05-16)
Lonewolf (2004-03-22 - 2004-07-23)
U4ea (2004-06-02 - 2006-12-23)
Lonewolf (2004-07-26 - 2004-08-20)
Ortoropie (2004-08-20 - 2004-10-20)
Kenneth (2004-09-21 - 2005-01-24)
Saturos74 (2004-10-20 - 2005-01-08)
Statix (2005-01-10 - 2005-04-09)
Statix (2005-01-10 - 2005-04-09)
Soul (2005-02-04 - 2006-12-23)
Risk (2005-03-07 - 2005-09-25)
Jackass (2005-04-09 - 2005-05-21)
Lucer (2005-08-19 - 2006-12-23)
Atothek (2005-09-26 - 2005-11-21)
Fets (2005-11-21 - 2006-12-23)
Echo (2006-03-14 - 2006-05-23)
game details
game box-imageWolfenstein: Enemy Territory is an online multi-player game, wherein the players interact with each other over a network, in two teams (Allies and Axis) to defend or destroy mission objectives. The game is playable over the Internet or a Local Area Network. Like many online games, cheating and exploit communities exist. To counter this, the game has support for PunkBuster, an anti-cheat solution.
There are six officially released maps that are partially based on real locations or events (North African Campaign: Gold Rush, Siwa Oasis, and Atlantic Seawall Battery; Europe Campaign: Rail Gun, Würzburg Radar, and Fuel Dump), as well as hundreds of custom maps made by the Internet community. On each map, the offense needs to complete a certain set of objectives within a limited amount of time. The defense needs to keep the offense from completing objectives until time runs out. Some objectives may be optional, and some objectives can be carried out by either team. These minor objectives assist the team completing them. Depending on game mode the action will continue on another map (Campaign Mode) or the same map (Objective Mode, Stopwatch Mode, Last Man Standing).

In all but the Last Man Standing Mode, dead players respawn all at the same time, every X seconds. In the default maps — assuming that the server settings are not changing it — Allies spawn every 20 seconds and the Axis every 30 seconds, the only exception being Rail Gun where both have a 20 second spawn. With default settings, one can see the spawn timer in the right side of the screen. Experienced players should watch the timer all the time — dying to a 1 second spawn practically means losing your position (and a life, if the server has the rarely used Limited Lives feature enabled) and resetting your health and ammo, while a 30 second spawn can be deadly if there are only a few players. A good tactic is to find out the spawn time of your enemy, for example looking at the mission timer, and time your attacks so that every dead opponent will have to wait a full time spawn.

In the official six map campaign (most common on public servers), Allies are offense for all but one map, Railgun. In Stopwatch Mode (most common for locked or LAN servers) two teams — most common setups: 5vs5 (previously 6v6) or 3vs3 — will play the same map twice, once on each side and the winner is the team with the fastest offense (it can be a tie when both teams defense manage to keep the offense from completing the objectives until time runs out (commonly known as a "full hold")).

Players may earn experience points in several skill categories. All character classes may earn points in Battle Sense and Light Weapons. Class skills are generally restricted to the current class, the exception being Heavy Weapons (the Soldier class skill).

Players have certain abilities based on their character class. The player has a Power Bar that provides "power" for their special abilities. The power bar regenerates slowly. Constructing the Command post speeds up the recharge rate though. Players have up to eight weapon slots, depending on character class. The classes that are available are engineer, soldier, field ops, medic, and covert ops.

Character classes
Each character class has several unique abilities. Every class except the Covert Ops can use the Thompson (Allies) or MP-40 (Axis).

  • Soldier
    The soldier is the only class that can use heavy weapons. They are: mortar, portable machine gun (MG42), flamethrower, and bazooka/Panzerfaust. On the No-Quarter mod the Venom machine gun and the BAR (Allies) or StG44 (Axis) have been added as well. Leveling up gives the Soldier benefits such as the ability to run with heavy weapons, instead of being slowed down.

  • Medic
    The medic has the unique ability to drop health packs, as well as revive fallen players with a syringe. They also regenerate health at a constant rate, and have a higher base health than any other class, which makes them the most common class for close-in combat. When a player has achieved skill level 4 in medic, they get Self Adrenaline, which enables them to sprint without draining the sprint meter and take less damage for a certain amount of time. If the medic has reached level 3, he will receive a green syringe that can revive players to full health.

  • Engineer
    The engineer is the only class that comes equipped with pliers, which can be used to repair vehicles, to arm/defuse (dynamite or land mines), or to construct (command posts, machine gun nests, and barriers). As most missions require some amount of construction and/or blasting of the enemy's construction to win the objective, and as defusing dynamite can be very useful, engineers are often invaluable, and one of the most commonly chosen classes. The engineer is also the only class capable of using rifle muzzle grenades.

  • Field ops
    The field ops is a support class that has the ability to drop ammunition packs for other players, as well as call air strikes (by throwing a colored smoke-grenade at the target) and artillery strikes (by looking through the binoculars and choosing where they want the artillery support fired). This class has low initial health, but makes up for having an unlimited supply of ammunition.

  • Covert ops
    The covert ops is the only class that can use the scoped FG42 automatic rifle, the silenced Sten, and a silenced, scoped rifle (M1 Garand for Allies, K43 Mauser for Axis). The covert ops has the ability to wear a fallen enemy soldier's clothes to go about disguised, throw smoke-grenades to reduce visibility temporarily, and place and remotely detonate explosive satchels. By looking through a pair of binoculars, the covert ops can spot enemy land mines, bringing them up on their team-map. The covert ops also shows enemy soldiers on the team-map.

The game includes several types of vehicles (usually tanks, trucks, or trains). They are not player-controlled; rather, they have a preset path that they follow when they are in good repair and a friendly player is nearby. Some have mounted machine guns that players may use.

Ranking and advancement
Players start off as a Private (Allies) or Schütze (Axis).

Through gameplay, experience can be gained for three categories: Battle Sense, Light Weapons, and a skill determined by the player's current chosen class. Certain class benefits remain with the player even if they change classes, and benefits from the two general skills are available to the player throughout, regardless of class change. Once a player has accrued enough experience points in a particular skill, the skill is automatically advanced to the next level, providing the player with a new ability or advantage. There are four attainable levels in each skill, awarded at 20, 50, 90 and 140 experience points; some mods add new levels. One modification (NoQuarter, a.k.a. NQ) adds five additional levels to each skill for a total of nine levels in each skill.

Depending on the server's settings, a player's experience can be deleted at the end of a campaign, when he/she disconnects, or after a set period of time. Experience can also be saved even upon disconnection. In competitions and select public servers, rankings are disabled, meaning that XP gives no advantage. The meaning of this is to make games faster; as defenders usually get a lot more XP, they would become stronger during the match, making the end game very difficult for the offensive team.

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