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Running a hpw team was fun until november 2000, when most of the team got pretty much fed up with lag. After finnishing 4th in the "Men Lagg! 2000" tournament, [MP] went into inactivity, waiting for better connection.  
 
Running a hpw team was fun until november 2000, when most of the team got pretty much fed up with lag. After finnishing 4th in the "Men Lagg! 2000" tournament, [MP] went into inactivity, waiting for better connection.  
  
A short attempt to get active during the summer 2001 failed due to some of the members new lpb connection proved to be not-so-lpb after all. December 2001 finally saw the rise of yet another active line up of [MP]. In the beginning of 2003 the last official Q3 TDM game was played and the team unexpected turned (not returned since they had not played it before) to QW. [MP] played in cups, ladders and a few seasons of NQR but went inactive when some core members left the team. They have not played any official games since 2005.
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A short attempt to get active during the summer 2001 failed due to some of the members new lpb connection proved to be not-so-lpb after all. December 2001 finally saw the rise of yet another active line up of [MP]. In the beginning of 2003 the last official Q3 TDM game was played and the team unexpectedly turned (not ''returned'' since they had not played it before) to QW. [MP] played in cups, ladders and a few seasons of NQR but went inactive when some core members left the team. [MP] have not played any official games since 2005.
  
 
== Information ==
 
== Information ==

Revision as of 18:02, 30 November 2008

One of the first Quake 3 clans ever in Sweden. A selection of members then converted to Quakeworld. Now inactive.

History

Team [MP] started 1999-10-17 as Modem Power, a hpw Q3 TDM clan. The first clanwar was played against cRc the same month, or as GaYa later said: "We got our asses kicked for the first time!". GaYa always stated that there was no clanleader in [MP], but probably he acted like one and was seen as one by the members already back in 1999.

Running a hpw team was fun until november 2000, when most of the team got pretty much fed up with lag. After finnishing 4th in the "Men Lagg! 2000" tournament, [MP] went into inactivity, waiting for better connection.

A short attempt to get active during the summer 2001 failed due to some of the members new lpb connection proved to be not-so-lpb after all. December 2001 finally saw the rise of yet another active line up of [MP]. In the beginning of 2003 the last official Q3 TDM game was played and the team unexpectedly turned (not returned since they had not played it before) to QW. [MP] played in cups, ladders and a few seasons of NQR but went inactive when some core members left the team. [MP] have not played any official games since 2005.

Information

Members

Former qw members


External links

Demos with Modem Power at Challenge-TV