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Welcome to Third-Echelon, a fanclub for Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series! Anyone who is a fan of the series is welcome to join, just be sure to skim over the rules outlined in the blog.
Founded 10 Years ago
Mar 11, 2010


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Group Rules

:bulletgreen: All join requests are approved automatically- so there's no need to include anything in the message when joining.

:bulletblack: Members are welcome to submit however many devs to the gallery as they would like- However, each dev must be approved before it will show up. It just needs one vote from either zombie-jill or vzerby to be accepted.

:bulletgreen: All types of art are acceptable, including literature and graphics, so long as they have some relevance to the Splinter Cell series. (That includes cross-overs, too~)

:bulletblack: Mature Content is also acceptable, so long as the devs. are properly flagged as such.

:bulletgreen: Keep it friendly. Only critique pieces of the artist requests it, don't be insulting or rude, stay on topic... typical common sense stuff.
As many of you man have found out yesterday Tom Clancy, the amazing writer of many best selling books and stories, passed away at the age of 66. The author responsible for amazing novels such as Hunt for Red October and The Sum of All Fears was the pioneer for the storytelling style and subjects. Before him many other author couldn't get their own similar works publish for interest reasons. Clancy passed away before his final book has released titled Command Authority bringing much more sadness to this whole situation.

My personal connections to Clancy's writings started from playing the games base on his work. (A bit of the original titles were overlooked before Ubisoft obtained exclusive rights to the Clancy games.) I always found his well thought out and overlooking views on world in both small and large events to bring rational thought of different views and teach me personally the consequences of actions. I hope the best to his legacy and work that will help him at least live on through them.
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maxalate Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this group's die.
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Douglas-Macleod Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Hey y'all, I'm looking to work on my SC cosplay. I want to get a palm pilot (and wrist strap for holding it), as well as a small radio (with strap to attach to back). My cosplay is based off Sam's uniform from the first game, so the tech is going to be a bit old. Anyway, do you guys have recommendations? So far I've found these:……

Do you think a palm pilot would fit in an Iphone wrist case?
Douglas-Macleod Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
vzerby Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2017
I wish I had money...
Douglas-Macleod Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
lol right? Once I get a job, I'm buying that fucker. Career goals, yo
BloodynerdisDead Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I am not sure if you are aware, but that is not the actual gun used in the Splinter Cell franchise. But I am planning to make a 3D printable airsoft gun of the SC-20K (much harder to do than I originally thought however).
Douglas-Macleod Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
No, I'm going to have to disagree with you. I have the original game playing on my TV screen right now...exact resemblance, minus the launcher. You have played the original game, right? 
BloodynerdisDead Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, I have, and the SC-20K is based off of the FN2000, it was originally going to be the FN2000, but there was legal trouble, so they changed up the weapon a bit. And I am planning on more on the Chaos Theory one because of the different modes (a bit tricky because of the internals of the airsoft gun really can't change like that so quickly). I know that they are identical, but they are different guns (one being fake and being a bit modified from the real life gun that it was based from). I am sorry for the confusion. Also, if you know about 3D softwares for 3D printing, I would like to know, I am thinking on Blender but it has so many modes and different things that it can be used for that I worry that it might take away all the space on my laptop. And sorry again for being a bother.
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Douglas-Macleod Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Through some clever, very advanced internet searching (*coughGooglecough*) I found the original ads for the first two Splinter Cell games.… and…
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