While there isn't much point in a HalfLife2.net clan, it is certainly worth scheduling games. I find it much more fun playing against or alongside people I know. Also because they tend to listen to other team-mates, because I try not to associate myself with morons.
I removed the tags, but I'm still up for playing some games. I actually organised one or two in the past.
I tried getting a 24-hour HL2.net-athon going a while back but I don't think I gave enough notice ahead of time. Doubt we'd get one soon either, too many ppl on GTA4 atm.
... I figured it was the best way to get on the calendar in the event that something was scheduled, I could join. Does someone 'own' the calendar? Should we put a regular meeting on there, and see how it goes? Even if it's empty, I'll at least check frequently to see if anyone shows up.
I tend to join servers with people on my friends list on them (not that that counts for much, since my friends list is pretty empty). It's always nice playing with someone you at least have some association with. If anyone wants a game just add me as a friend or pm me or something.
Meh, I still have the tag, but that's because HL2.net is my primary group, and I don't care either way. Problem is, on my home computer I totally don't have the internet for playing on a UK or American server.
Wait... who's got admin rights for this group, as in, can add events to the calendar? If random events showed up on the calendar for this group, I'd be much more prone to make efforts to be there than, well, just randomly seeing who is online at any given time. Someone pick a date and post it in the event calendar. If nobody shows up, it'll be the same as now; if everyone shows up, we'll play.
Steam ID: L3N!N
Nationality: American, but I take pride in the fact that I can basically be mistaken for about any European nationality.
Location: Orange County
XFire: I don't use it, was extremely buggy.
Hool10 invited me on Steam, and I have occupied the hl2.net chat for quite a while.