Aesbeth OP wrote (edited )

Available games in the trove:

  • Abandon All Hope
  • Cyberpunk 2020
  • Deadlands
  • Deadlands Hell on Earth
  • Delta Green
  • Eclipse Phase
  • Fates Worse than Death
  • Feng Shui 2nd Edition
  • In Nomine Satanis Magna Veritas (French Version, 4th and 6th Editions)
  • Macho Women with GUNS
  • Mutant Year Zero
  • Pathfinder
  • Apocalypse System: Apocalyspe World, Blades in the Dark, Urban Shadows, Dead Scare, Lonely World, Shelter.
  • Shadowrun Fifth Edition
  • Starfinder
  • Tales from the Loop
  • The End of the World: Alien Invasion, Wrath of the Gods and Zombie Apocalypse
  • The Esoterrorists
  • Toon
  • Werewolf 20th Anniversary Edition
  • Misc RPG Books: After the Bomb, Albedo, Battle Cattle, Blood Red Sands, Cryptworld, Furry Pirates, In Dark Alleys, Irradiated Fur, Mutant Epoch, Proletariat the Uprising, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Global Edition, The Shotgun Diaries, Usagi Yojimbo

Aesbeth wrote

Reply to by !deleted1759

The best I can recommend (and that I'm using) is Youtube-DL . Open-Source, in python, can extract pretty much 90% of YT with ease, in a fuckton of format, and it handle the "to MP3" download type (require FFMPEG on linux, dunno on windows)


Aesbeth wrote

I pirate music, and usually buy it when I know my cash goes directly to the artist.

I pirate books because I like to have a shitton of books with me at all time. I know I can give them to anyone because it's data. And if something is really good, I'm not against buying it.

I pirate movies, because let's be honest, a lot of movies sucks, theatres are expensive, and why would i have to schedule myself to see something that will be available later in a more convinient way?

I pirate games, because I'm in retro-gaming and indies. I'd rather give cash to a bunch of small teams making great games, and spend time showing hidden retro gems to friends than spending time on the latest AAA game.


Aesbeth wrote

Reply to by !deleted6627

I can't talk for the US, but I can for france. Here, pretty much every vape product is behind the counter and vape themselves well kept too. Lig]fting those could be possible, but the hit will have a tight timing, and it's probably something I would do in group, not alone.


Aesbeth wrote

Awwww, you're too nice!

For zscript, you should head to the zddom wiki: and on the zdoom forum, where you can ask for some pointers and starters (

And for pixelart, you can find some resources online (duckduckgo "pixelart tutorial") and there's resources on the doom wiki too:

As always, go on zdoom forum, they're well accustomed to newcomers and can help you.


Aesbeth wrote (edited )

Pretty much no one make mods for freedoom. But a lot of them are compatible with freeDOOM. Here a few I tried and approved:

Gameplay Mods :

  • Guncaster - You're a dragon, you have massive guns and spells.
  • Russian Overkill - A.k.a "How to kill everyone in 10km radius"
  • The Trailblazer - 80s-90 action movie hero stuck in doom
  • Death Foretold (D4T) - Doom 4 in Doom classic.
  • GMOTA (Get Medieval On Their Asses) - A sword, a grappling hook, a glove.
  • High Noon Drifter - The nameless/faceless wanderer is in town...
  • HXRTC Project - A new HUD and a bunch of new weapons and enemies.
  • Ghosted 2 - Slender in Doom, can be played in multiplayer.
  • La Tailor Girl - Clothes make you powerful!
  • Doom Roguelike Arsenal - Turn your doom in a gun galore and a RPG (may have a few bugs and quirks with freedoom.)
  • Reelism - Fight waves of...things...with random rules every rounds... Have fun!
  • Shades of Doom - Monster randomizer for the campaigns. With nice themes.
  • [EDIT] Project Brutality - V0.23, because someone will always ask if it work, it does. Here, go play your edgy mod.


  • Coffee Break Episode 1 - Small map, lot of enemies, doable in less than 5 minutes.
  • Cheogsh & Cheogsh 2 - Massive maps with a hellish feel to it.
  • Maps of Chaos - Remake of Doom 1 & 2 maps for multiplayers, they're a LOT bigger and feature WAY MORE monsters. Come in classic, hardcore and overkill flavour.
  • Deus Vult 1 & 2 - Well known slaughtermaps, quite difficult the first times.
  • HellGround - 7 beautiful maps, just play it.
  • Scythe 1 & 2 - Famous megawads, for their architectures and difficulty.
  • Ultimate Torment & Torture - The Supportive Edition work everywhere. Gothic catherdrals meet deep space stations, with hell army waiting for you.
  • Unloved - You are trapped in your own house. Wait... There's something wrong with this place. Heavily inspired by Silent Hill.
  • [EDIT] Diabolus Ex - A Deus Ex 3 inspired map. A bit short, but really well made. Make you want more.
  • [EDIT] Doom The Way ID Did - 1 and 2, remakes of doom 1 and 2 based on the doom bible and production documents.
  • [EDIT] Revenant Problem - Joke map, the trolley dilemma, but with a revenant.
  • [EDIT] The Quirky Domain - A mind boogling map where your automap will be useless. Total Conversions:
  • Pirates Doom - Ahoy me matey! Ye skallywags an landlubber ain't got nuffin on me booty.
  • Zombies Extreme Epidemic Edition - Survive hundreds of zombies, Romero style.
  • Blade of Agony - Part of the WolfenDoom serie, kill nazis, puch Hitler in the dick and save Europe.
  • Doom The Golden Souls - Mario 64, but in Doom. And with guns.
  • Skulldash Expanded Edition - Maps. Tokens on the maps. Countdown to your death. Collect tokens to open the exit. Kill everything in sight if needed. Ready? 3..2..1..RUN!
  • Castlevania Simon's Destiny - A mash up of Castlevania games, taking heavily from the first, in FPS form. Really enjoyable, and work stand-alone.
  • [EDIT] Romero Death Skittles - Bowling in doom, with Romero head.


  • Quake Champions Doom Edition (QCDE) - Yup... It's Quake Champions, in doom.
  • Crucified Dreams - A map pack who's compatible with freedoom, unlike AeonDM.
  • Who Dun It - A bunch of player, one of you is a killer. Find the killer and survive.
  • Stronghold - Hold the line, no matter the cost.
  • Reelism - Fight waves of...things...with random rules every rounds... Have fun!

That's pretty much my Best Of doom mods, and all of these have been tested with gzdoom 3.4.1 and Freedoom 2 V0.11.3. Exception for Who Dun It who is a Zandronum mod.

Have fun, frag well.