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A recent website created by L3GEND that features news, information, screamshots (which includes [[:Category:Bloodline Artwork|galleries]] for [[List of Fan Art|fan art]], including [[List of Fan Art#Tales of Blood: Everyday Life|Rust's]] [[List of Fan Art#Tales of Blood: The Hunt|comics]], as well as promotional material, box art, manuals and [[Concept Art Image Gallery|concept art]]), videos, downloads, a guestbook, and a forum. It also features a [http://bloodline.eu/index.php?ken short interview] with [[:wikipedia:Ken Silverman|Ken Silverman]], creator of the ''[[Build]]'' engine.
 
  
Link: [http://www.bloodline.eu/ http://www.bloodline.eu/]
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{{quote|quotation="Welcome Bloodites, to the BLOOD LINE the intellectual successor of PlanetBlood. This page is dedicated to Monoliths legendary shooter BLOOD. Here you find a large, assorted selection of addons, maps tools tutorials, walkthroughs, reviews and interviews. In addition, you can expect regular news around Blood. As a registered user you can upload files and use the forum, where you get help in mapedit or if you have other problems such as bring blood to run. In our archive you'll find about 30 archived web pages from the blood universe. This page is updated regularly and fulfils the highest safety standards."|attributedTo=Official description}}
  
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''Not to be confused with the fan add-on [[BloodLines]]''
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'''Blood Line''' (or '''BLOOD LINE''' and '''Bloodline''') is a website created by L3GEND in [[Fact Time Line#2014|2014]] that featured news, information, screamshots (which includes [[:Category:Bloodline Artwork|galleries]] for [[List of Fan Art|fan art]], including [[List of Fan Art#Tales of Blood: Everyday Life|Rust's]] [[List of Fan Art#Tales of Blood: The Hunt|comics]], as well as promotional material, box art, manuals and [[Concept Art Image Gallery|concept art]]), videos, downloads, a guestbook, and a forum. It also featured a [http://bloodline.eu/index.php?ken short interview] with [[:wikipedia:Ken Silverman|Ken Silverman]], creator of the [[Build]] engine. The site came down in late [[Fact Timeline#2020|2020]].
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.bloodline.eu/ BloodLine website] ([https://web.archive.org/web/20201123154727/http://www.bloodline.eu/ archive])
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* [http://www.bloodline.eu/forum BloodLine forum]
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*[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc0Vnst4kW7qrHNiY-oFA7w BloodLine channel] - [[YouTube]]
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*[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIm1Lpc0cMY6cXw4OUMLRmw L3GEND's Channel] - [[Blood on YouTube|YouTube]]
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[[Category:Websites & Communities]] [[Category:Dead Websites]]

Latest revision as of 00:19, 14 January 2021

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"Welcome Bloodites, to the BLOOD LINE the intellectual successor of PlanetBlood. This page is dedicated to Monoliths legendary shooter BLOOD. Here you find a large, assorted selection of addons, maps tools tutorials, walkthroughs, reviews and interviews. In addition, you can expect regular news around Blood. As a registered user you can upload files and use the forum, where you get help in mapedit or if you have other problems such as bring blood to run. In our archive you'll find about 30 archived web pages from the blood universe. This page is updated regularly and fulfils the highest safety standards."--Official description

Not to be confused with the fan add-on BloodLines

Blood Line (or BLOOD LINE and Bloodline) is a website created by L3GEND in 2014 that featured news, information, screamshots (which includes galleries for fan art, including Rust's comics, as well as promotional material, box art, manuals and concept art), videos, downloads, a guestbook, and a forum. It also featured a short interview with Ken Silverman, creator of the Build engine. The site came down in late 2020.

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