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  • 22:02, 31 January 2023Mod Contests (hist | edit) ‎[3,969 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "frame|Halloween Contest 2022 Every so often, we here at JKHub host mod contests. These contests range from various subjects and themes. Sometimes they are holiday related, sometimes not. Requirements to participate are limited to simply having an account here on the forum, unless otherwise stated. Most contest winners are decided by the community through a poll, however sometimes we change it up and have the staff decide on what they t...")
  • 19:10, 31 January 2023Message of The Day (hist | edit) ‎[584 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "thumb|Message of the Day on JAWA Message of the Day, or MOTD, refers to the line in a server's configuration that shows up on the load screen when a player connects. On a non-modded Base server, this can only be one line and changed in the configuration, which then requires a server restart to show the change. In many server-side mods like JA+ the MOTD can be many lines of text, and also display to the player when they join the actual game. The...")
  • 19:01, 31 January 2023Sleep (hist | edit) ‎[252 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Sleeping in Jedi Academy typically refers to the action of a server admin on a JA+ server that uses the '''''/amsleep''''' command on a player that is laming or doing other actions that they shouldn't be according to the server's rules.")
  • 18:52, 31 January 2023AFK (hist | edit) ‎[565 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "AFK is an acronym that stands for Away From Keyboard. This means a player has either walked away from their computer or are just simply temporarily taking a break from a game or chat and intend to return in the near future. This term is not unique to Jedi Academy but in gaming in general, and has seen mainstream prominence in the modern digital age for IM chats, voice calls, and video conferencing. In Jedi Academy this is typically correlated with the [[laming]...")
  • 17:55, 31 January 2023Client-side (hist | edit) ‎[691 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Client-side refers to anything that the player uses to play the game. Traditionally the games are launched by the jasp.exe or jamp.exe but Mods such as OpenJK, EternalJK, JA+, MBII and other significant game mods are typically used by players to enhance their gaming experience in various ways. Client-side mods for multiplayer usually have a Server-side version to complement the feature set they bring. For some clients, a server...")
  • 17:32, 31 January 2023OpenJK (hist | edit) ‎[4,237 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Category:Mods '''OpenJK''' is an effort by the JACoders group to maintain and improve the game engines on which the Jedi Academy and Jedi Outcast games run on, while maintaining full backwards compatibility with the existing games. This project does not attempt to rebalance or otherwise modify core gameplay. The goals of OpenJK are to: <pre>Improve the stability of the engine by fixing bugs and improving performance. Provide a clean base from...")
  • 17:10, 31 January 2023AsuTech (hist | edit) ‎[2,112 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "thumb| '''AsuTech''' is a server host provider for Jedi Academy. They are known for their extremely vigilant firewall and DDoS protection. They provide latest OpenJK builds as the core to ensure stability, as well as options for various mods on top of that. They have many more options like blacklisting/whitelisting IPs for rcon, a free redirect domain, an easy to use file manager, and nightly backups and restarts. == Their mission s...")
  • 16:23, 31 January 2023Master server (hist | edit) ‎[1,548 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "A master server is a domain that all other game servers (slave servers) call out to, which then get listed in the game's server browser. A game server must list a master server in its server.cfg file in order to be listed in the master server's list. Jedi Academy and Jedi Outcast shipped with a default master server run by Raven Software. Since launch of both games, it has run into a lot of downtime over the years due to attacks and poor infrastructure. In the last dec...")
  • 00:17, 31 January 2023Circa (hist | edit) ‎[12,960 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "Circa (aka Valen, Calamiir, Arken, Brad) is best known as the administrator of JKHub. He started playing and modding Jedi Academy in 2005, mostly focused on the singleplayer side of the game, learning to create simple mods and the ins and outs of the game over the years until taking a break around 2010. Over those years he released a handful of mods on JK3Files. When he heard about JKHub in 2012 he returned with as much passion as he had before...")
  • 20:36, 30 January 2023Shadow Order (hist | edit) ‎[15,533 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "thumb|200px| Category:Clans Shadow Order was a basejka clan that originated in the PC version of Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy. Its primary purpose was to host a casual community experience in the base community, complete with a ranking system, events, trials, and training. At the time, there were no casual groups in basejka, and Shadow Order championed the role of a place whe...")
  • 19:10, 30 January 2023PUG (hist | edit) ‎[1,182 bytes]Circa (talk | contribs) (Created page with "PUG stands for Pick-Up Game, which is a game that has been spontaneously started by a group of players. Players are generally invited to show up beforehand, but unlike exhibition games there is no sense of obligation or commitment to play. Pick-up games usually lack officials and referees, which makes them more disorganized and less structured than regular games. In Jedi Academy, you typically see PUGs happen on base servers and communities wit...")