The 3 Servers Tale

Once upon a time, there was a brave GameVoiceServer waiting for people to communicate while playing Jailbreak III online, but unfortunately most of the players forgot to connect before they join the battle these days and thus the poor GameVoiceServer started to suffer. While he was hoping for people to make use of his extraordinary abilities (thinking about suicide at the same time) two good friends appeared from out of nowhere. It was the old and wise NaliCity FileServer taking a walk along with the honoured and well respected DJ RedirectServer (kudos to the Death-Juggler clan). Both froze immediately as they noticed the melancholy mood the brave GameServer was in.

'Hey GS, why do you look so sad?' the Fileserver asked with his deep and soft voice and the surprised GameServer told them the whole story of his misery and grief. His long and sad monologue closed with the one and only question possible: 'Do you wise guys have an idea how to end my pain?' he asked and after a lengthy debate with the RedirectServer the FileServer spoke up: 'Listen mate, we do have a plan. My humble friend right here has already updated his collection of redirected files, so he can send each and every needed file to all the lazy players missing one map or the other sometimes. So say goodbye to the 'server refused to send file' message for once and for all. Besides that, I myself do now have the most complete and up to date collection of Jailbreak III maps ever, enabling less lazy players to download all necessary files before joining the battlegrounds. This includes the ability to add comments and scores to each and every single JB map, which is a fun thing to do in my opinion.' And the RedirectServer continued ' all of this makes playing Jailbreak online even more comfortable, I am pretty confident you're about to become the attention you deserve.'

'So you really think this may end up my lonelyness and that there will be a lot more people using the voice-communication software in the near future?' the GameVoiceServer asked with a smile on his face. 'Well ...err ...' both wanderers replied with one voice, 'but you have to admit that this was a nice story so far - wasn't it?'

Update: I forgot to tell you the moral of this story, so here it is: Don't expect others to log in to the GameVoiceServer first. Just connect yourself and stay connected even if nobody else is around. If we all try to handle it that way, I am pretty confident that the brave GameVoiceServer is not going to stay lonely for long. Talk to you later!