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Thomas "GoDfAtHeR" Zajic
1. General information
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Your name:
Thomas "ZlatkO ThE GoDFatheR" Zajic
You live in (city & country):
Vienna, Austria
Your birthdate (or age):
18/02/71
Your occupation/job/studies:
Student of CompSci & Economy Working at Hewlett-Packard
Your hobbies:
DooM(2), Quake(2), Heretic, Hexen (NOT Hexen2 -> Windoze only), LINUX
Anything you want to add here (about yourself):

2. DOOM-related information
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Your DOOM config (key bindings, controllers):
Mouse (Logitech MouseMan, 3 Buttons):
LMB ... Fire
MMB ... Forward
RMB ... (unused)
Quake(2): same, plus permanent freelook
Keyboard (Cherry, no Win95 crap):
A ... Strafe left
D ... Strafe right
S ... Back
LSHIFT ... Run
SPACE ... Use
Quake(2): same, except
SPACE ... Jump
plus E/W ... Weapon Up/Down

Size of DOOM directory on your HD:
Make that "partition" instead of "directory" -> 1.5 GB, plus one 1.0 GB partition for each Quake & Quake2 :-)
First contact to COMPET-N (when, how etc.):
Don't know exactly ... it was at a time when a guy called Eelco DeVries was #1 - anyone remember this? :-)
First COMPET-N demo:
E1Mx 100% series, all recorded on a boring Sunday afternoon, with lots of coffee & cigarettes, beating the hell out of Eelco :-)
Favourite COMPET-N demo(s) from yourself (the one(s) that you're most proud of):
E1M3-256, E2M5-030
Favourite COMPET-N demo(s) from others:
The complete Winterfeldt & Girlich collection - yes, it's all cheated, but I didn't know back then - right? Plus, it's still great to watch. :-)
Favourite DOOM or DOOM2 map:
E1Mx - the classics
Favourite TC/megawad:
Single: all TiC stuff, H2HMud
DM: Danzig, Dweller, Mancer, Xenos, Gothic(2), 6Skulls, Kandy

Do you like Quake?
Definitely, and Quake2 too
What do you think of DOOM now?
Still one of the best ways to waste time ... :-)
Anything you want to add here:

Though not many of his records are left, Thomas Zajic is remembered for his excellent speedrunning and neat maxkills demos. One of the extremely precise early players. He was one of the first one to bring real speed into those COMPET-N demos...