Twilight Warrior

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Twilight Warrior
Title screen
Authors Black Shadow Software
Port Doom Legacy
IWAD Doom II
Year 1998
Link Twilight Warrior at Doomworld/idgames
Top100.png This mod was one of the ten 1999 mods to feature in the Top 100 WADs of All Time on Doomworld!
1999
  1. Batman Doom
  2. The Darkening
  3. KZDoom1
  4. Crusades
  5. Chord G
  6. Jägermörder
  7. Twilight Warrior
  8. Demonfear
  9. Tei Tenga
  10. Herian 2
1994 - 1995 - 1996 - 1997 - 1998
1999 - 2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003

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Twilight Warrior is a tactical military Doom II total conversion created by Black Shadow Software that requires source port Doom Legacy. The initial November 15, 1998 release hosted on Doomworld was followed by a v1.01 upgrade on December 20, 1998.

Covert Operations, a remake for EDGE, was released by Black Shadow Software in 2000 and it reuses many of the Twilight Warrior resources.

Story[edit]

The WAD places the protagonist in a secret military unit called Global Counter-Terrorist Operations (GCTO). As a "Twilight Warrior" the player is a Special Forces soldier without rank or identity. The WAD includes a file briefing.txt that contains a mission briefing for each of the 10 new levels. Missions include base infiltration/clearance, hostage rescues, and an ordered assassination.

Authors[edit]

Levels for the WAD were made by:

Sprites for the WAD were made by:

DeHackEd for the WAD was made by:

  • Sidearm Joe

Content[edit]

Levels[edit]

All levels by Sidearm Joe unless otherwise noted.

  • MAP01: Killing Room
  • MAP02: Golden Triangle by Joe Zona
  • MAP03: Denied Area
  • MAP04: Navy SEAL
  • MAP05: Embassy by Justin Madigan
  • MAP06: North Sea Zone
  • MAP07: Counter-Hijack
  • MAP08: Maximum Prejudice by Kurt Kesler
  • MAP09: Immediate Action
  • MAP10: Operation Phoenix by Kurt Kesler

Enemies[edit]

Five of the new enemies are edits of Doom's zombieman sprites to make human foes. The grunts and commando have medium-to-high damage hitscan attacks that force players to turn corners and enter rooms deliberately.

Hostages[edit]

MAP03, MAP05, MAP07, and MAP09 contain friendly hostages that must be rescued from capture. By using DeHackEd's Icon of Sin BrainDie codepointer, if any hostage dies in crossfire the level immediately ends and the next level will begin. A similar effect appeared in Sidearm Joe's Hostage Rescue 3 WAD released in January 1998.

Weapons[edit]

The onscreen display of the new weapons are angled, similar to Duke Nukem 3D.

  • Commando knife
  • Browning 9mm pistol
  • OICW (Objective Individual Combat Weapon) rifle
  • OICW grenade launcher
  • H&K MP5 submachine gun
  • Hand grenades / flashbangs
  • Flamethrower
  • H&K PSG-1 sniper rifle

Gallery[edit]

See Also[edit]

External links[edit]