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Posted on Friday, March 9 @ 20:54:47 PST by Duke_Ferris
I am well aware that there are many readers out there who will not understand this post, but those of you who do will immediately realize why this is the best Counter Strike map ever made.

Yes, some genius has turned Fawlty Towers into a hostage map. Downloading goodness is available here.

For you poor miscreants who have no idea what I'm talking about, you have some television to catch up on. Fawlty Towers was an English sitcom written by, and starring John Cleese of Monty Python. Cleese plays Basil Fawlty, the snobby, uptight, crazed owner of a small hotel in the beach town of Torquay. There were only 12 episodes made, and they are simply fantastic.

The map itself is a lovingly recreated model of the hotel, complete with moose-head. You'll know me because I'll be the one inside holding hostages.

Just remember... Nobody mention the war!

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