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    Greetings! I am a long time level designer looking to expand my skills and knowledge into other engines. Currently most of my experience, beyond casually messing with level design, is with battlefield 2 and Crysis (for which I am the lead level designer for the mod "Mechwarrior:Living Legends." Anyways, I hear that the unreal engine is one of the most heavily documented engines you can find however I can't seem to find anything of any real value as far as documentation and tutorials go. Perhaps someone can point me into the direction of a good beginners tutorial(s?) This is probably a very "noobie" question but I guess I am blind. Thanks!

    **I did manage to find the unreal developers network site after posting this (yay.) But any other suggestions I would appreciate greatly.

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    Some pretty decent tutorials come with the special edition of UT3.
    Other than that, there're some really nice ones here: http://www.hourences.com/book/tutorialsindex.htm
    UED is one of the simplest editors you can possibly use for it's power, but has a lot of quirks to get used to, as well as ways of doing things that you wouldn't think of sometimes

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      http://utmapping.wikidot.com/unrealed-reference

      http://waylon-art.com/LearningUnreal/

      http://www.icecreamyou.com/ut3.html#1

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        #4
        A very nice introduction (albeit overly lengthy at times) are the videos that come with the collector's edition. Hourences as mentioned. And then there's the Unreal Developer Network - it's sometimes hard to find stuff in there for me, but it often pays out to try.

        I have some more bookmarks in del.icio.us, enjoy :P

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