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This is from the old Worldcraft/VHE help files that were once bundled with the software. It was submitted as part of a Valve Editing Resource Center competition, and was one of the winners. It was also submitted *before* Worldcraft changed its name to Hammer, which changes the meaning of the comic somewhat. It's as much a part of Half-Life community history as anything, I guess.--[[User:Graham|Graham]] 09:12, 1 Mar 2006 (PST)
 
This is from the old Worldcraft/VHE help files that were once bundled with the software. It was submitted as part of a Valve Editing Resource Center competition, and was one of the winners. It was also submitted *before* Worldcraft changed its name to Hammer, which changes the meaning of the comic somewhat. It's as much a part of Half-Life community history as anything, I guess.--[[User:Graham|Graham]] 09:12, 1 Mar 2006 (PST)
 
:That's nice, but is it really necessary to still have it on display here? And if yes, then I suggest that it be merged into a Hammer history article of some kind. If not, then the story should be included in TFA. Otherwise its informational value is nil. [[User:Jupix|Jupix]] 09:51, 1 Mar 2006 (PST)
 
:That's nice, but is it really necessary to still have it on display here? And if yes, then I suggest that it be merged into a Hammer history article of some kind. If not, then the story should be included in TFA. Otherwise its informational value is nil. [[User:Jupix|Jupix]] 09:51, 1 Mar 2006 (PST)
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::I'm all for the creation of pages related to the history of Worldcraft, or of the community in general, but no one else has ever seem interseted. Attempts to diversify the content here beyond the merely technical, and into the cultural side of the games - or even into the fictional canon - have pretty much failed. Mainly because one or two people, without discussion, removed said content. It doesn't seem wanted, even if I suspect it'd be helpful, necessary or interesting.

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Lol, OK then --Pon 01:31, 11 Aug 2005 (PDT)

But the question is, cna i makw teh HL1 masp with teh hamere? --Alph Tech STUART 14:31, 17 Dec 2005 (PST)

This is from the old Worldcraft/VHE help files that were once bundled with the software. It was submitted as part of a Valve Editing Resource Center competition, and was one of the winners. It was also submitted *before* Worldcraft changed its name to Hammer, which changes the meaning of the comic somewhat. It's as much a part of Half-Life community history as anything, I guess.--Graham 09:12, 1 Mar 2006 (PST)

That's nice, but is it really necessary to still have it on display here? And if yes, then I suggest that it be merged into a Hammer history article of some kind. If not, then the story should be included in TFA. Otherwise its informational value is nil. Jupix 09:51, 1 Mar 2006 (PST)
I'm all for the creation of pages related to the history of Worldcraft, or of the community in general, but no one else has ever seem interseted. Attempts to diversify the content here beyond the merely technical, and into the cultural side of the games - or even into the fictional canon - have pretty much failed. Mainly because one or two people, without discussion, removed said content. It doesn't seem wanted, even if I suspect it'd be helpful, necessary or interesting.