Admin, players, cannon fodder! Lend me your eyes! (this is the internet, ears would be foolish!) I have noticed a need, and gentleman I have the solution. A thread dedicated to providing as many of the useful variables as I can think of! It can all be yours just for suffering through this obnoxious intro. First some general tips
Each of these is to be typed into the console as written ex. sv_password Hustle would make the server password Hustle (case sensitive). And now the star of our thread...These variables can be applied to most games modes.
If you are adding these variables to your server.cfg file for autorun at startup, you will need to have an = between the cvar and the variable. sv_password=Hustle
I do not recommend playing with the variables that will not have an affect on the style of game you trying to run.
I have not included variables for those cvars as they are whatever you want them to be.
Default values can be found in a clean server.cfg found in your \crysis wars\Mods\mwll folder.
Some documentation regarding variables in this guide can be found in your \crysis wars\Mods\mwll\Documentation folder. This documentation includes additional server specific commands and information regarding those commands beyond the scope of this guide.
Variables that require a yes or no answer are 1 for ON (enabling that cvar) and 0 for OFF (disabling that cvar)
I have not played around with Time Limit or respawn settings sorry don't know the format, if you do post here and tell me! [/li]
0 is off
1 is on, Clan vs IS
2 is on, IS vs IS
3 is on, Clan vs Clan
sv_gamemode (Enter gamemode with proper caps and spaces ex. sv_gamemode TestofStrength)
map MAPNAMEHERETerrain Control
Additional Information regarding Terrain Control variables and how some of these values affect your game check this Sticky http://forum.mechlivinglegends.net/index.php/topic,11608.0.html
sv_null_ticket_wait_timeTest of Strength
sv_starting_cbills Last Man Standing
sv_leaguemode_commentator This shuts Duncan up
sv_leaguemode_cbtx (cbill exchange)
This guide is not all encompassing but does include the everyday settings needed to run custom games.