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Farewell from Combatech Modding

I think I've come to the end of my modding phase. I guess I'll try and upload my final mod to FilePlanet tonight then bid the Ghost Recon community Good Bye. I can't say that my modding experience has changed the world and about the most it did for me personally was improve my computer skills and waste my time which I probably should have used for study.

The reason I'm leaving this is because new prospects tend to bring their own demands which make hobbies like modding hard to enjoy due to time and equipment restraints.

So anyway thanks all you guys who helped me through this learning experience, and thanks especially to the founders/staff of sites like this one here (GR.net) who provide services like this to the whole gaming community.

Finally I'd like to express my deepest appreciation to all the modders out there who in their own time create mods for everyone to play, and expand the gaming experience for all who play them. Thank you all for your enthusiasm and innovation.

BTW my final mod is titled "Taskforce Thresher Project: Sons of Thunder". Much thanks goes to BajaBravo for his help and contribution to this mod.

Guess I'll sign off now.

Combatech

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Ninja, not sure why you're quitting or why you say you wasted your time. I'm sure your modding efforts were appreciated by the majority(myself included). Seems there are a few GR modders calling it quits right now and that's to bad IMO. Of course you're under no obligation to mod for GR, but on my behalf please accept my thanks for your efforts and good luck with future endeavors. ;)

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Just to explain a bit better (Sorry).

I'm leaving because my career path is about to take me where I won't be able to actually contribute to the community, to be honest I'm off to become an Army field engineer (should everything work out) and the Army tends to frown upon recruits bringing along a PC to boot-camp. Anyway I 'ship-out' on Monday, hence my releasing the final mod.

I didn't mean that I didn't gain from the experience modding, because I have met people from around the world with talent and imagination and enthusiasm that has influenced myself, and I have learnt more about PCs modding than any of my mates have from specialist courses. What I meant was that had I not been modding I could have put more effort into my studies, but as it is I am glad that I found the Ghost Recon community and I wouldn't trade the experience for all the money in the world (honest).

Finally a few specific modders I would like to thank: BajaBravo (as I mentioned earlier), Pain, Nishi NMM, Piccolo, Yodasplat, and the rest of the Trance team for all your help.

And one last note: once one has completed downloading Combatech's "101st Airborne Division 2009:Desert Seige (v1.2)" mod, one should then download the "Armored Core 4 Actor Patch" in order to fix the problems one will no doubt email myself about should one not pick up the patch.

Thanks again.

And I hope to see you sometime in the future, maybe playing Ghost Recon 2.

Combatech

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GOOD LUCK AMIGO!!and thanks for all, to share the joy of gaming ,We wish you the best of the best.

From :20 Field Regiment Royal Canadian Artillery & SouthAlberta Light Horse.

<"UBIQUE,QUO FAS ET GLORIA DU######">

" EVERYWHERE,WITHER RIGHT AND GLORY LEAD"

Cuchillo*

C<S>C

CHEERS.

P.D. Take care.

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Good luck in the Army

You should have fun at fort lost in the woods. It is home of many good combat engineers and military police now. After trainng you be suprised how much free time you will have. Survive training and enjoy the army.

Good luck

Ed

AKA Splaster

U.S. Army 1987-1996

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Hey all, Just like to add a farewell to Ninja and thanks for the last Mod. Is it just me or is a sad, almost depressing to see someone in the Ghost Recon community move on? Even though I've never had the pleasure of meeting you I feel a sense of loss. I wish you the best of luck and may you prosper and follow the gold path to bigger and better things. Good luck Ninja.

Loco, AKA, LocoGamer

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I, too, would like to thank you and wish you the best in your new career. Serving your country - serving us - is a more noble and rewarding choice than just about anything I can think of. And I thank you for that.

(That being said, getting out of the helicopter at the beginning of one of the missions seems impossible - is anyone working on a patch?)

Best,

GammaDriver

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