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Q1SP 3-map Pack
Carved In Flesh is a partial conversion with ten custom monsters, three new high-quality weapons and lots of changes to the existing monsters. A very fresh gothic castle theme with Fakk2 & Q3 textures - battle your way across three nightlit levels in this epic Quake pack.

screenshots: http://ethereal-hell.telefragged.com/mylevels/flesh/index.html
download: http://ethereal-hell.telefragged.com/flesh.zip
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Pretty Nice 
i like it, good stuff. can't say i agree with your idea of more is more in the ways of custom monsters/weapons but hey, map itself was good.

if i may be so bold, the 'manga babe' is completely out-of-place, and imo kinda ruins the whole atmosphere (not to mention the model truely sucks balls) 
I Liked It 
Not as impressive as Guncotton, but the custom baddies were really cool -- with the exception of the manga babe, as Ray mentioned above ;) 
Fucking 0wnage 
 
 
come back to #tf Biff!

in other news, Manga Girl has already turned me off to this map before I've even played 
Re Hellkitten (Mangababe's Sister?) 
she's not the manga babe. new medieval skin, new sounds and attacks, she's more quakey now. but i agree a thin chick model like her just doesn't seem to fit into quake. a quake femme needs to be tough and scary. i researched all the female models i could find, and they are all hideous with balloons for tits (remember bazooka babe?). the mangababe model was the only sensible model.
but i think it was worth putting her in just a few times anyway, because she still offers a slightly different combat to the other monsters with her speed and agility, even if she doesn't fit in that well. 
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