MAP04 (The Legacy)


The Legacy maps
This level occupies the map slot MAP04. For other maps which occupy this slot, see Category:MAP04.
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MAP04 is the fourth map of The Legacy. It was designed by Kim Roar Foldøy Hauge (Zokum) using DETH 4.24 and uses a modified version of "Junkie Smack" by Mark Klem, from Memento Mori II, as its music track.


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Map of MAP04

Map layout[edit]

Player spawns[edit]

This level contains ten spawn points:

  1. facing east. (thing 18)
  2. facing south-west. (thing 19)
  3. facing south-west. (thing 20)
  4. facing north-west. (thing 21)
  5. facing north. (thing 22)
  6. facing east. (thing 23)
  7. facing north-west. (thing 24)
  8. facing south. (thing 25)
  9. facing south-east. (thing 29)
  10. facing south-west. (thing 30)

Areas / screenshots[edit]


Map data[edit]

Things 50
Vertices 260*
Linedefs 283
Sidedefs 438
Sectors 60
* The vertex count without the effect of node building is 230.


This level contains the following numbers of things per skill level:

Weapons 1-2 3 4-5
Chainsaw 1
Shotgun 1
Super shotgun 4
Chaingun 1
Rocket launcher 1
Plasma gun 1
BFG9000 1
Ammunition 1-2 3 4-5
4 shotgun shells 2
Rocket 3
Energy cell 2
Health & Armor 1-2 3 4-5
Medikit 1
Armor 1
Items 1-2 3 4-5
Armor bonus 8
Health bonus 8
Miscellaneous 1-2 3 4-5
Deathmatch start 10
Teleport landing 2

Inspiration and development[edit]

One of Zokum's guiding principles for this map was to provide vistas and decorations that did not interfere with the game play at all. The geometry of the play area is fairly simple. All height differences in the play area are there for game play reasons. The map was heavily play tested in deathmatch between Zokum and Reep at Zokum's place of living. A copy of a fairly finished version with one simple custom texture, the scrolling credits, and an in-built demo was sent to Yashar over IRC. Zokum was not aware Yashar had released a re-textured version until 2016.

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