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Circa

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About Circa

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    JKHub Staff

Clan

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Indianapolis, USA
  • Interests
    audio • gaming • music • art • words
  • Modding Interests
    Mapper
    Texture Artist
    General Modding
  • Gaming Specialty
    Dueling
    FFA
    Singleplayer
  • Operating System
    macOS 11 Big Sur, Windows 10 Pro, iOS 14

Contact Methods

  • Email
    circa@jkhub.org
  • Website
    https://circa.im
  • Steam
    circa_one
  • Xbox Live
    Circa IlI
  • PSN
    Circa_IXI
  • Discord
    Circa#5806
  • Origin (EA)
    Circa_IXI
  • Twitter
    Circa_IlI
  • Other
    Twitch: circa_rvn

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  1. @Apprentice @Teancum your OCD has been saved, it's back. To be clear, I never removed it intentionally, I'm not sure how it disappeared honestly.
  2. Yep! I did not open mine, I want to keep it pristine, but I imagine it either has the same installer as the thumb drive or just the traditional disc version. I’m no youtuber but if people want to see me show off this stuff I could! Yeah, I don’t think they stated anything about the installer or the thumb drive at all other than it just being a thumb drive. I was pleasantly surprised. I do wish they had the JKA logo instead of the LF one but they are still cool.
  3. There are no physical manuals, everything I pictured is what is included. I do wish they had them. The PDF versions on the thumb drives are the same as the ones here and here.
  4. Limited Run editions arrive As most people around here know, the third party company dedicated to making limited collector’s editions of retro video games, Limited Run Games, did a run of Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy, back in April. Obviously orders were limited for these, but they have finally begun to arrive at peoples’ homes over the last few weeks. I personally ordered the PC version of both JO and JA, and thought people might be interested in details of these editions. First off, these come with a lot of stuff. I’ll be posting pictures of all of it, and go into a little detail o
  5. Limited Run editions arrive As most people around here know, the third party company dedicated to making limited collector’s editions of retro video games, Limited Run Games, did a run of Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy, back in April. Obviously orders were limited for these, but they have finally begun to arrive at peoples’ homes over the last few weeks. I personally ordered the PC version of both JO and JA, and thought people might be interested in details of these editions. First off, these come with a lot of stuff. I’ll be posting pictures of all of it, and go into a little detail o
  6. This is a bit late, but voting did automatically close at the right time. We didn't have a ton of entries, but those that did enter, really brought their A-game, so I'm really glad for that! The votes are in, and our winner is... Din Djarin by @Doughnuts Some people may not be surprised, because this model is outstanding and of course is the main character of the show itself. We had a couple decent models before, but this one really takes the cake. Doughnuts has really come into his own skin with his models over the last couple years, and this is really something to be proud of
  7. For the King and Metro: Last Light Redux are free on Epic for a few days. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/free-games
  8. @Aldro Koon all fair points. I should clarify not all servers are like what I or Bubbles described. I haven’t played on JoF in years so can’t really vouch for that but I have definitely been kicked or banned in the past on other serves for even just a mistaken saber hit on AFK people. It’s kind of ridiculous how some admins can be about it. Pretty sure one of my names is permabanned on KR for something like that.
  9. This is one of my biggest peeves as well, that "laming" is even a thing. Every server and clan I had power in always made it a point to let people do whatever they wanted, as long as it didn't go too far and actually began to cause major problems. The big issue is that most servers treat JKA as a chat room, so standing still for hours chatting is the default mode for most players, despite the game having a spectator mode built exactly for people like that. Makes no sense. Unfortunately a lot of big clan servers have had these strict rules for so many years now that they don't really under
  10. Including Lucasfilm should be enough, they are the licensors. I don't think you'd need to add every single name of every single mod author, but maybe just the main ones you see and then just say that there are other mods that you didn't create that are seen. I think that would be enough.
  11. I'm not sure where it originated, but I do know it started being required on readme files back in the early JK3Files days. I simply copied it from one, and updated it slightly. I'm not sure if it was written by a staff member or if they were contacted by Raven Software to include it. Maybe someone who was more involved back in the day would know. It's for the opposite: to say that none of those entities made or distributed the file, and that we are legally allowed to host them without permission. We have it built into every file page, which technically shouldn't be on the official Rave
  12. Voting is open! Be sure to take a look at each and I recommend actually trying them out in-game before voting.
  13. Submissions are closed and we’ve got a total of 4 submissions to the Mandalorian contest. The winner will be decided by your votes, so get them in. All votes will be visible, so keep that in mind before any attempts to fake votes.
  14. Voting for the Mando contest is open!

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