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For a fun little cheat mode, bind something to "ent_fire !picker ignite".  Now if you point the cursor at something and hit the key it's bound to, you light that thing on fire.  Great for crows, pigeons, and what not. --[[User:Holtt|Holtt]]
 
For a fun little cheat mode, bind something to "ent_fire !picker ignite".  Now if you point the cursor at something and hit the key it's bound to, you light that thing on fire.  Great for crows, pigeons, and what not. --[[User:Holtt|Holtt]]
 
:Rofl, you're my hero—[[User:Angry Beaver|Angry Beaver]] 18:15, 3 Jan 2006 (PST)
 
:Rofl, you're my hero—[[User:Angry Beaver|Angry Beaver]] 18:15, 3 Jan 2006 (PST)
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::" ent_fire npc_metropolice setrelationship "!player D_LK 0" " will make all the metropolice currently on the map love you.  Or at least they won't shoot at you.  If there's an input for it, ent_fire can do it. --[[User:Demented|Demented]] 18:59, 3 Jan 2006 (PST)

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For a fun little cheat mode, bind something to "ent_fire !picker ignite". Now if you point the cursor at something and hit the key it's bound to, you light that thing on fire. Great for crows, pigeons, and what not. --Holtt

Rofl, you're my hero—Angry Beaver 18:15, 3 Jan 2006 (PST)
" ent_fire npc_metropolice setrelationship "!player D_LK 0" " will make all the metropolice currently on the map love you. Or at least they won't shoot at you. If there's an input for it, ent_fire can do it. --Demented 18:59, 3 Jan 2006 (PST)