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Enemy territory not only features a class system, but also allows players to gain experience in various categories which help them perform their job better. Experienced players will gain additional ammo on spawn, gain a slight increase in weapon handling, be able to provide more ammo or health packs, or be able to build constructions faster. In addition, an intuitive voice chat system allows players to communicate with their team or the enemy through simple keyboard commands. Using these commands, a player can easily communicate to their team their position, and do things like ask for ammunition or health.
The best part of Enemy Territory. It’s absolutely FREE to download, and FREE to play. And it has been this way since 2003! Despite the age of this game, it is still very popular and rivals many of the newer, flashier FPS franchises that people pay money to play. Why not give it a chance? Download and install the game, then connect to the <IoW> server. We’d be more than happy to help new players get their feet wet and learn the basics of the game.
A medic is no master of weapons, they can only utilize a basic submachine gun, in addition to their pistol and a small allotment of hand-grenades.
Engineers have their choice of primary weapon - from the standard sub-machine gun to the devastating riflegrenade! Engineers are also armed with dynamite, trip-mines, landmines and a generous supply of hand-grenades.
Field Ops choice of primary weapon is relatively limited, although the ability to call on heavy support is a major advantage.
The Covert Ops class has an arsenal of unique weapons. From scoped sniper rifles, to paratrooper assault rifles, to the devastating rapid-fire Sten. A Covert Ops also carries smoke canisters, explosive satchels and silenced pistols.
The server is presently running the silEnT MOD for Enemy Territory.
Only real players at IoW!
This keeps games manageable. No massive 20v20 battles of chaos here.
Spawnkilling / Spawncamping / Friendly Fire ON
Up to 32 Maps to vote. Frequent map changes including a new map each week.
Panzering, mining, arty, medding, whatever your style.
Expect to play as a team and play for the objective.
Cheaters will be banned!
First time newbies to seasoned Alpha veterans welcome
No waiting around twiddling your thumbs to respawn here.
Upon first connection, a small custom download pack is required.
No stuffy snobs here. Be prepared to laugh and have fun at IoW!
No teams full of panzers.
Help keep our server online. Donations are appreciated.
A: Things look a bit slow now? Most games at IoW are in the North American evening hours, any night of the week but especially weekends.
A: silEnT MOD is the hottest new Enemy Territory MOD. It is based on ET-Pub so it has many similar features and a similar feel. As of early 2013, an active team of developers continues to release new versions every few months.
A: silEnT MOD adds a few new weapons to the game. The Ppsh machine-gun , which is similar to the FG-42, but with more rounds and more power. Also added are trip-mines, a way for engineers to protect interior structures with wall-based mines and a trip-wire. In addition, silEnT has many new HUD improvements.
A: Register at the IoW Forums and make a post. Or contact the clan-leader by e-mail: beck -at- iowclan -dot- com.
A: Register at the IoW Forums and fill out a Join Application.
A: The easiest way is to press the tilde key (~) on your keyboard, then type:
Be sure to enter the "slash" in "/connect"
A: Be sure you are running the game as Administrator.
This tends to solve many problems like this.
By playing on this server, you agree to abide by these rules.
If you agree to these rules, then we welcome you at our servers! 8)
Find your friends, and chat outside the game with X-Fire.
IoW hosts its own Teamspeak 3 Server. Many members and regulars can be found on there, and we love to get to know our community.
Registered IoW site users will gain access to the statistics module. If you are not signed up for iowclan.com, sign up now.
It is IoW's philosophy that a great gaming experience on the server is further enhanced with participation in the wider community of players. Its much more fun to frag your friends than just some random white namer on some over-populated, bubblegum frag server. That is why we encourage participation on our message boards. This is especially important for those people who wish to join IoW.
To participate in the forums, you can create an account by clicking here. Login to the forums here.
IoW uses the forums to update our clan and community on the health and happenings of our gaming server. Registered members on the forums can help to determine the maps that are played on the forums, make suggestions for improvement, report problems with other players or ask technical questions about the game (e.g. configs) or other ET stuff. In addition, non-ET related threads are common to discuss
the latest movies, music, and other games. Its a great way to get to know the people that you play with night after night.
In addition to the forums, access to the Stats Module is only gained by becoming a registered forum user.
So who is IoW? There is a long story of the history of this clan, but the highlights are that IoW was started in the summer of 2005 by Nort and Wolverine after their experiences with other clans failed, and the desire to find a server that fit their ideal for how the game should be played. Using their experience with failed clans, and the punitive rules and admin abuse they experienced at the hands of 14 year-old admins
on some servers, Nort and Wolverine started IoW as place where "anything goes". The philosophy of "anything goes" means there aren't a bunch of silly rules about how far from a spawn you needed to be before you could dare fire a bullet - or whether or not it was okay to slash-kill in the middle of a battle - or whether or not it was okay to play panzer in a 2v2. It didn't matter; it was about fair games ("anything goes" did not mean HACKERS were welcome) and
easy going admins who just let people have fun they way they wanted to. Of course objective and team-based play has always been encouraged from day one, IoW was started as a server that catered to the ETPro TWL player, just as it did to the fresh-out-the-box newbie.
With a good server, several great people started joining IoW and helped to mold the clan into one of the most successful early ETPub clans in the game. IoW fielded a TWL Beta team that won some impressive matches, and the clan size grew to around fifty active members in the 2006-2007 timeframe. But age and priorities always rears its head, and although our beloved ET has seen declines in players
over the last few years, the IoW clan still manages to recruit new members every month. To date, there have been well over 100 people who have been part of IoW since its inception. All of this is due to a great set of leaders, a dedicated and proud group of members, and loyal regulars who help to keep the IoW server busy, almost ten years after the game debuted. The IoW clan has seen many clans rise and fall, and many servers fizzle and fade away, but the
same great IoW Server still adheres to its founding principles. It is a successful model of how to run a clan, and how to maintain a popular server.
The IoW clan is presently lead by the following people:
Think you have what it takes to be in IoW? We're always looking for active, easy-going, and outgoing new members. No hackers allowed, IoW is and always has been a HACKER FREE clan. Also, if you are just a rambo who thinks people are impressed with your k/d, probably not the clan for you. IoW periodically does scrimming, but IoW would be considered a "pub" clan. That doesn't mean we don't take the game
seriously, we ABSOLUTELY take the game seriously. We just choose to do so in a fun, easy-going environment where people don't feel like they need to show off for everyone else. If you like the server, and you like our current members, click here to being your journey in IoW by applying to join. But we will never recruit a stranger! We are very proud of IoW and the IoW Code of Conduct. We
are very selective of those who we allow to be in our clan. So if you're new to the game, and are looking for a good ET home, then play often on the server, don't be shy, introduce yourself on the forums and show some interest in being in the clan.