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The 'Passion' map (previously known as 'christ.map'), was a popular map hosted by the group '''PlanetMoFo''' and other servers for some time. It is so called because when displayed on the list server, MoFo will title it as "Planet MoFo: The Passion Of The <game mode>". It has undergone constant modification and change since its introduction, though every incarnation of the map has been of the same general format:  
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The 'Passion' map (previously known as 'christ.map'), was a popular map hosted by the group [[PlanetMoFo]] and other servers for some time. It is so called because when displayed on the list server, MoFo will title it as "Planet MoFo: The Passion Of The <game mode>". It has undergone constant modification and change since its introduction, though every incarnation of the map has been of the same general format:  
 
* A three tiered central "cake" with crosses on the top, and tunnels running through the middle.
 
* A three tiered central "cake" with crosses on the top, and tunnels running through the middle.
 
* Outer [[box|boxes]] at the corners and in the middle of the sides. The corner boxes can be substituted for bases and have flat pyramids above them.
 
* Outer [[box|boxes]] at the corners and in the middle of the sides. The corner boxes can be substituted for bases and have flat pyramids above them.
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=== Current Map ===
 
=== Current Map ===
 
[[Image:Moforabbit.jpg|thumb|right|Current Passion map in rabbit hunt mode.]]
 
[[Image:Moforabbit.jpg|thumb|right|Current Passion map in rabbit hunt mode.]]
The current map has been re-made using 2.0 objects, and is now almost completely [[mesh]]. The center cake has been changed to look more '2.0', with the slight change in its shape, as well as the Planet MoFo FFA logo on the side and an Oscillation Overthruster camping spot. There were also further minor changes to the map in general. It is currently in its fourth revision.
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The current map has been re-made using 2.0 objects, and is now almost completely [[mesh]]. The center cake has been changed to look more '2.0', with the slight change in its shape, as well as the Planet MoFo FFA logo on the side and an Oscillation Overthruster camping spot. There were also further minor changes to the map in general. It is currently in its second revision.
  
 
==== Billboards ====
 
==== Billboards ====
In early 2007, billboards were introduced to display informative and amusing messages and pictures. They have been a great success since their launch, and Planet MoFo currently offer slots on the billboard rotation for those that have donated to the server.
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In early 2007, billboards were introduced to display informative and amusing messages and pictures. They have been a great success since their launch, and Planet MoFo currently offer slots on the billboard rotation for those that have donated to the server. An archive of all the billboard images can be found at http://cbg.bzflag.org/images/billboards/
  
 
== Variations==
 
== Variations==
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=== L4m3r's Re-work ===
 
=== L4m3r's Re-work ===
  
This was one of the first additions of 2.0 elements to the original map, and was popular for some time. The crosses on the central cake were colored dark red, skewed to lean outward, and extended down to the ground through the cake's 3 layers. The middle tier of the cake was made drivethrough, and the flattened pyramids over the corners were replaced with a one-way mesh that tanks could not land on. The "MoFo in the sky" was also redone, this time using a flat mesh that flashed red and black.
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This was one of the first attempts at 2.0izing the original map, and was popular for some time. The crosses on the central cake were modified to be slanted, and the middle section of the cake was drivethrough. The 'MoFo in the sky' was modified to be a mesh and flashed red and black.
 
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Originally, the map also included transparent "glass" floors in parts of the center cake, but these were later removed because players were falling through them.
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=== Passion of the Polygon ===
 
=== Passion of the Polygon ===
  
L4m3r adapted the Passion layout into a hexagonal map to create the Passion of the Polygon. Somewhat larger than the square Passion, the hexagonal version has 6 corners and uses 6-sided boxes and pyramids. Like the other geometric variations that followed, Passion of the Polygon was only used on the main server briefly as a novelty. However, L4m3r also used the hexagon for the "Steal the Bacon" game mode due to its symmetry for 3-team CTF.
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Another map made by L4m3r. This map is entirely hexagonal, and everything in the map is similarly hexagonal.
 
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A rhombus-shaped Passion was also developed for two-team CTF, with bases at opposing corners.
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=== Passion of the 3-way ===
 
=== Passion of the 3-way ===
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=== April Fools ===
 
=== April Fools ===
  
Some amusing Passion variants have been designed for April Fools' Day.  
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Amusing Passion variants are sometimes designed for April Fools' Day.  
  
 
One year, L4m3r constructed a "Tiny-Huge Passion", inspired by "Tiny-Huge Island" from ''Super Mario 64''. It was actually two copies of the standard Passion, one at 150% scale, and the other at 75%. The two Passions were connected only by their teleporters and set far apart in the game world, making it difficult to see one section from the other. The result was that players would travel through a teleporter to unknowingly arrive in the corresponding location of the other map, creating the illusion that the map had suddenly become much smaller or larger.  
 
One year, L4m3r constructed a "Tiny-Huge Passion", inspired by "Tiny-Huge Island" from ''Super Mario 64''. It was actually two copies of the standard Passion, one at 150% scale, and the other at 75%. The two Passions were connected only by their teleporters and set far apart in the game world, making it difficult to see one section from the other. The result was that players would travel through a teleporter to unknowingly arrive in the corresponding location of the other map, creating the illusion that the map had suddenly become much smaller or larger.  

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