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----------------------ÅÄÄÄWAD DescriptionÄÄÄÅ-----------------------
This is an old and unreleased level by one of the 'second generation'
Doom level designers - Holger Nathrath, whose levels appeared in
S*T*R*A*I*N, a great TC.  (those levels for the record being 17, 26
and 32, which were altered to fit in to S*T*R*A*I*N).  What Holger
was better known for was his partnership with Björn Hermans on
Serenity, Eternity and Infinity, three Doom I episodes.  They then
started work on a Doom II Serenity episode, which was never finished.
As I asked Björn to do some work on TOJ, he gave me this map, which
I unforunately could not fit into TOJ (easily).  It is really a 
unique work that belongs somewhere else...

Be forewarned that, as with his S*T*R*A*I*N levels, the ammo can get
dangerously low on this map.  Also, I (Metabolist) cannot personally
guarantee, with my hand on my heart, the stability of the map.  But
enjoy it nonetheless, as it is probably the last Doom level by this 
mapmeister to be released in this world.  (He is now project leader
of a "Virtual City Project" -- Neocron)

Björn Hermans's homepage:
Holger Nathrath's homepage:
Neocron homepage:

Back catalogue of Nathrath maps:

*** Doom I ***
Serenity --
Infinity --
Eternity --
(very early works, all ZIPs are about 400K)

*** Doom II ***
(later works, the ZIP is about 4.8MBs)
----------------------ÅÄÄÄWAD InformationÄÄÄÅ-----------------------
Name:           Serenity III -- Map11
Game:           Doom II 1.9
Maps Replaced:  map01
Authors:        Holger Nathrath
Email Address:  <email removed>
Demo Recording: none
New Graphics:   new sky
New Sounds:     none
New Music:      map06 from Icarus
New Demos:      --
Known Bugs:     possible HOMs and VPOs
Build Time:     not known
Tools Used:     not known, but I used BSP 2.3x to recompile it
----------------------ÅÄÄÄWhere To Find ItÄÄÄÅ----------------------
At the Walnut Creek Archive:
(you can paste these URLs into your browser if you're a
repressed kid whose parents have enforced browser restrictions...
or if you can't be bothered to type them in by hand :-)
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