The Grievous Angels have an insatiable thirst for Capture The Flag.
Capturing the flag is what we live for, what we die for. It is a just cause.
For those who fight for it, life has a flavour the sheltered never know.

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 To the wire! Wednesday, August 25th, 2021 - 19:15 CET [Edit] [New

This was a nail biting match that literally went down to the last second when our team managed to score the winning capture


Lord Quake

 Never give up! Sunday, August 15th, 2021 - 13:05 CET [Edit] [New

First thing I`m experiencing is that there is a LOT to learn and practice is fundamental to improving your skills.

And as is always with team oriented game mods never give up until the game is over.

Case in point....

Lord Quake

 Clan page is still alive! Sunday, August 08th, 2021 - 17:14 CET [Edit] [New

It has been a LOOONG time, 13 years to be exact, that the clan page has been updated.
Well, yours truly is still around and you can take 3 guesses where you will find me


I first came across CQ 2 months ago and have been playing it since. Brings back lots of memories of past Quake days. I`m having a blast playing it especially Capture the Flag.

Lord Quake

 CGA lan 2 this weekend Thursday, May 15th, 2008 - 00:05 CET [Edit] [New

The second of CGA's beer+guns lans will be held this weekend at Fyrespray's geek house. On the menu is a solid evening of CPM, CCTF, ETQW, DDO and Wii/PSP abuse, coupled with a fair consumption of alcoholic beverages

Look for shots either here or on over the coming days

CGA are also looking for regular CPM CTF practices; come find us in #cga on

 First CPMCTF Monthly Cup Thursday, November 01st, 2007 - 07:46 CET [Edit] [New

The first of Thorman's CPM CTF cups ended last night, with CGA taking first place over Lobstarz in a three mapper with overtime loving and a nice comeback.

The four clans that finally ended up slated for the initial test Cup were sd, DSG, Lobstarz and our boys; the CGA roster ending up somewhat more supplimented than we expected after losing some of the old faces to study, work or whatever.

Group stages passed quickly, with CGA actually losing out to Lobstarz the first time the two clans met. But the final itself was played over three maps; the first, Camper Crossings (cp14) going to Lobby's team, but the other two; Spider Crossings (cp9) and Shining Forces (cp5) going to CGA, cp9 being won in over time

Played to Lobstarz and grats to our boys for as ever, doing us proud. Thanks to nek for pretty much taking charge in the absence of the uusal faces, and to Minky, Liam, noctis, Skint, GB and co for putting the effort in. Demos for the three games can be found here and here.

Looking forward to the 16th and the chance to actually play again believe me

 CGA bow out to default, looking for prac Friday, July 20th, 2007 - 08:16 CET [Edit] [New

A decisive show from default in both the vehicle and infantry rounds last night put CGA out of the CB ET:QW Cup at the Quarer-finals stage. Not a bad run for our first competition out with a great effort from the team, and plenty of experience gained ahead of the full release.

To that end, alongside our buddies eQ we're now looking for regular practice matches with at least one more clan. If you're interested and free weekdays or weekends between 20:00 and 22:00 UK time, pop into #cga on

wp guys!

 CGA take Clanbase ETQW Group C Wednesday, July 18th, 2007 - 01:12 CET [Edit] [New

An extremely challenging game against vA tonight puts CGA clear at the top of Group C ahead of the quarter finals this coming thursday. The game itself was more a battle against post work dappiness than anything else, but vA capitialised on our mistakes convincingly and made us work for every inch. That said, we took the game with style to make our mark on the table an obvious one.

Group C
1CGA Europe2--7/1

Match report for the vA game can be found here. Many thanks to our buddies at eQ for trying to scrape together a practice team at such short notice.

Wish us luck in the quarters!

 CB Second Division games commence Friday, July 13th, 2007 - 01:28 CET [Edit] [New

After a challenging but educational game against top italian Battlefield 2 infantry clan to determine qualifying division, we played our first game in the group stages tonight against UT2003 clan TEZC.

Time with clans such as one2 and n1ce payed off, and having applied much of what we'd learnt in the QWL game we were rewarded with a full hold during our first round as Strogg, followed by a hasty completion after swapping sides.

The infantry round saw us up first, and we managed a very respectable and unbeaten time of 6:31 to take the match 2-0. The full match report can be found here. gg's TEZC and gl with your next match.

We're due to play our remaining group opponent, vA, sometime next week to decide whether or not we go through to the next round.

Wish us luck!

 QWL begins Tuesday, July 10th, 2007 - 13:48 CET [Edit] [New

Busy week, and finally we have some league action with the start of QWL. CGA's run was short, facing favorites one2, one of the many teams in the closed beta who also have an extremely impressive BFxx42 history behind them. Good friends eQ also faced a similar fate in the hands of cause*, but both experiences were very positive, giving us a chance to see first hand how deep the rabbit hole goes.

With some 40 hours play time now under our belts I think we're all confident Splash Damage have got this one right. Although there's another map due in beta2, I can't wait for the final release and to get on with it properly.

In the mean time, keep an eye on the remaining QWL games. With the majority of the open beta clans now gone, big hitters dignatis, cZar, cause and one2 are left to show us what games will look like a few months after release.

 CGA and eQ games recommence Thursday, July 05th, 2007 - 23:48 CET [Edit] [New

We restarted clan practices offically tonight with a 4 game run with good friends EarthQuakers, whom we used to play with several times a week during our Wolf:ET days. Plenty of old faces on both sides, and as ever, eQ were a huge amount of fun to play, presenting a pleasant challenge with a rock solid attitude. Difficult to remember which way the games went, as we had to play them through on a public server with many kickvotes to keep the extra bodies out, and no idea if the server was carrying times between legs. That said, some fast times on both sides and some surprising tactics that both annoyed and amused

gg's eQ - here's looking forward to many more evenings of the same!

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