It’s the games.on.net TF2 community night! Come along and get hit with a frying pan

Team Fortress 2

By on May 5, 2014 at 4:45 pm

Tonight is the first Monday of the month, and that means it’s time for our monthly Team Fortress 2 Community Night!

Kick off is at 8:30 PM AEST, and the servers you want to connect to are:

  • 203.34.186.36:27015, or
  • 59.167.241.74:27015 (we have two of them)

All-talk is enabled, so bring your microphone and your trigger finger along for a fun night of frying-pan bludgeoning and fire-based death. See this forum thread for more details.

6 comments (Leave your own)

That would be 8.30 *PM*, everyone. ;)

But feel free to come a little early or a little late!

 

Oh god oh god. Please do not come 12.5 hours early, AKA in the past.

 

Tim Colwill:
Oh god oh god. Please do not come 12.5 hours early, AKA in the past.

That’s what she said. >_>

Also, this should really be expanded for other games.

 

I lost interest in Hat Simulator 2 last year.

 

SA Server is empty :’( (8:37 PM SA time)

 

I played in the Vic server because apparently that’s where all the cool kids play. It was pretty fun.

 
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