Blesley Mall/News Archive
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September 4th, 2011 Blesley Mall continues to stay in Survivor hands as the game of tug of war between survivors in the mall and the zombies outside the mall rages on. --Josh Clark 00:00, 5 September 2011 (BST)
August 23rd, 2011 Blesley has been returned to undead hands, with twice as many zombies as survivors inside, and one corner ruined and blocked by 23 Clubbers.--Mallrat TSI TKS CTD 11:33, 23 August 2011 (BST)
August 21st, 2011 For the first time in a long while the Mall is recovered by survivors and have held it for a few days despite attempts of break ins. --Josh Clark 03:00, 22 August 2011 (BST)
Mall ruined for several weeks and not a single breather in sight. --zacky zebppir 06:54, 23 May 2011 (BST)
March 11th, 2011 Apart from a few brief periods the mall has been under zombie control for all of 2011 to date, thanks to the efforts of Clubbed to Death and various feral zombies attracted by the calm and shopper-free environment.
September 1st 2010 The mall is back in human hands and the radio tower is operating off frequency 27.10
August 4th. 2009 Recon of the mall has revealed only a few zombies inside. Nemesis645 08:15, 4 August 2009 (BST)
May 10th 2009 Two zombies outside the mall, doors are still opened and the mall is still ruined. The Perryn Building is still ruined and occupied, two inside, one out. Polycarp's Hospital is at VSB and apparently holding. shoofle 20:09, 10 May 2009 (BST)
April 4th 2009 Zombies have successfully raided and occupy Blesley Mall and prusumably surrounding buildings. Kdaanimefan 8:13 pm (gmt -5:00)
January 18, 2009 BLESLEY MALL IS CURRENTLY BEING ATTACKED. NORTH WEST SIDE BARRICADES ARE DOWN, AND ALL SURVIVORS HAVE BEEN BRUTALLY MURDERED BY THE ZOMBIE HORDES. PLEASE EVACUATE IF YOU VALUE YOUR LIFE.--Tormund Hishinuma 03:58, 19 January 2009 (UTC)
January 18th 2009 The siege isn't about to occur, it's occurring now. The NW corner was broken into, and several people dragged outside, but it was retaken fairly quickly. Other corners also under attack. At last count there were 13 zeds outside the NW corner and 5 outside the NE. Wetherall NT, north of the mall, is in zombie hands. --ORakoon 20:23, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
January 18th 2009 Someone keeps coming into the mall and killing us. A lot of zombies seem to have manage their way into the northwest side at one point, from what I heard. Is this a sign that we're about to have a siege occur? --Tormund Hishinuma 20:15, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
January 16th 2009 Barricades on the southwest side of the mall have been knocked down to very strongly barricaded. Or is this the entrance to the mall? Because the other sides are all heavily barricaded. --Tormund Hishinuma 08:22, 17 January 2009 (UTC)
January 11th 2009 All four corners of the Mall under fairly frequent attack, but quick re-barricading by defenders means that they have yet to fall below heavily barricaded. Safe for now, but more co-ordinated attacks expected to come soon. ORakoon 20:39, 11 January 2009 (UTC)
January 8th 2009 The Mall is safe, but a GKer was spotted, with affiliations to the Gore Corps. His name is JimmytheLlama. Spacedooky 04:21, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
January 7th 2009 Generators are being destroyed by the Gore Corps. About 10 zombies spread out over the south west side of the mall. Things should be alright for awhile but more zombies are expected to come.
December 29th 2008 The Mall is firmly in Zombie Hands. Signs of Zombie Activity in the region but no threat on Mall.
November 10th 2008 Massive zed attack has decimated mall. Total undead count in mall around 110. Total survivor count around 30 and dwindling FAST. The entire region is now very dangerous; nearby caded buildings have fallen as well.--Saburai 04:29, 11 November 2008 (UTC) October 26th 2008 Blesly Mall was the staging ground for Samhain Slaughter 2. At the moment 98 kills have been recored.--Matt Aries 13:37, 27 October 2008 (UTC)
- Local NT staff are pulling double shifts to deal with the increased demand for syringes. At present, 110 distinct kills have been confirmed from this event. --Hibernaculum 18:14, 27 October 2008 (UTC)
October 25th 2008 The mall is intact,all corners are caded and lit.A couple death cultists and pkers have been spotted in the mall.Otherwise,the mall is pretty much safe,just be on the lookout for pker and deathcultist attacks.--Gamestriker4 19:34, 25 October 2008 (BST)
October 1st 2008 The Militant Order of Barhah along with some ferals and the almost-legendary zommo have ruined Blesley Mall after less than 48 hours attacking. The cemetery overflows with zombies who choose not to embrace BARHAH, a shame really --TouchingVirus 10:42, 1 October 2008 (BST)
September 28, 2008 ~50 zombies attacking the entry points. expect an attack soon--Lawfulgoodguy 04:43, 29 September 2008 (BST)
September 23, 2008 Zero zeds, 150+ survivors inside. Big crowd in SW corner, I heard they fixed the slurpie machine. Mr Elmo 22:59, 23 September 2008 (BST)
September 7, 2008 Blesley mall remains shut up with humans jealously guarding their mall, plenty of buildings which are heavily barricaded around it. A few crowded safe houses around, mainly full of people fleeing the zeds down south. User:Angusburger 16:49, 7 September 2008 (BST)
August 1, 2008 Pool's Closed. --Blanemcc 20:59, 1 August 2008 (BST)
May 26, 2008 Powered, EHB, in survivor hands. Lots of PK activity from the Silly Lilly Pillys and the Columbine Kids, though. --anonymous 17:05, 26 May 2008 (EST)
May 21th 2008 All 4 corners clear and powered. Blesley Mall is in survivor hands. User:Jone Barker 10:12, May 21th 2008 (UTC)
April 7th 2008 SE and SW sections both ransacked. NW at EHB with 8 zombies inside, NE at VHB with 4 zombies inside. Few survivors left. --Adventurer 11:46, 7 April 2008 (BST)
April 1st 2008 It seems a good idea to leave the mall pages down until the malls are actually able to handle an attack by the Dead and BB2. Updating the pages seems to draw their attention.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Private Mendoza (talk • contribs) at an .
26 March 2008 was down, but currently all blocks are EHB. 4 z's outside each S corner. i'm still waiting for a revive at the cemetery beside the mall. --Jars 14:31, 26 March 2008 (UTC)
19 March 2008 All is quite at Blesley Mall, the place seems abandoned - except for the sounds of shuffling and chewing noises eminating from the dark corridors and shop front's... Wilkowski 09:21, 19 March 2008 (UTC)
18 March 2008 A horde of 57 zeds is attacking the NW corner, 21 on the SW corner, cades at VSB. Mall status set to "under attack". BARHAH! --Kenny Larson 12:04, 18 March 2008 (UTC)
update - NW corner barricades are down with an estimated 30 Zombies inside munching on the defenders and a further 50 zombies outside wondering how to flip the door open. Despite tremendous valour in the face of the zombie onslaught, if surviror's aren't running it's cos they're not breathing. - Wilkowski 15:56, 18 March 2008 (UTC)
14 March 2008: All corners except for the upper left corner are lit. There are a solitary zombie here and there, but otherwise quite peaceful. I strongly advise people to take advantage of this secureness to arrive and stock up before either BB2 or The Dead get here in order to put up a proper fight. As of now, there are maybe 30-40 survivors in the Upper Right corner. I don't know about the other three, but if this is any indication, we need our numbers up. --Whomeyayou 03:36, 15 March 2008 (UTC)
06 March 2008: Blesley Mall has been returned to survivor hands with the assistance of The Fortress (Team Anaconda) and members from various other survivors groups (The Shadows of Hope, Killin' zombahs, FARK, EA, etc. ).
03 March 2008: I have retaken the two eastern sections and caded them a bit. Hopefully people will move back in soon.--Rory2262 02:15, 03 March 2008 (UTC)
28 February 2008: Blesley Mall has fallen to the undead forces of the RRF. Initial chaos was prevalent when the Gore Corps thinned out survivor ranks and paved the way for the zeds of the RRF to kill the remaining survivor. At last check only the southeast corner is barricaded at all, albeit at only VSB +2.--Rory2262 0:42, 28 February 2008 (UTC)
26 February 2008: NW corner of the mall is toast. 30+ zombies near the mall.--Remnant Matt 18:53, 26 February 2008 (UTC)
13 February 2008: The RKKA has officially begun operating St. Patrick's Church - just west of Blesley Mall - as a RESCUE-compliant revive point. All survivors in the area are encouraged to join the cause, or to simply stop by for a house-warming.--SupaJames 11:21, 13 February 2008 (UTC)
21 December 2007: The Mall has a medium garrison of survivors, all corners continue to be lit. I can also vouch for the speedy revive services. Good work chaps! Redwave 15:18, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
18 December 2007 Returned to the mall prepared for a desperate search in the dark for ammo, and faks. In the past day it's been recaded, and is fully lighted!!! Surloc
13 December 2007 This morning I woke up to the wonderful sight of a ruined mall, once again, thanks for the XP, it was very helpful.--Aldaris 06:59, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
12 December 2007 I just noticed that we zombies got in, thank you for the XP. --Aldaris 17:57, 12 December 2007
SW corner ransacked. Considering that most of the survivors were once in SW, I fear the worse for our commrades in Blesley. --Zokolate 13:01, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
10 December 2007 About 60 zeds outside the 4 corners, at least 30 zeds standing in surrounding buildings excluding revive points. Gkers have left the mall without heating; minor break-in earlier today. Defenders brace themselves for the cold and the siege that lies ahead. --Zokolate 14:42, 11 December 2007 (UTC)
1 December 2007 Mall up and running. Generators going and all that. Come visit Blesley Mall in Gulsonside. There's Z's to fight but I didn't come across giant mobs. --Mishimagoodness 13:10, 1 December 2007 (UTC)
16 October 2007 SW corner is open, generators destroyed. We need more people!
10 October 2007 This week, Beasly mall has welcomed members of the Feral Undead for an impromtu "Lunch and Lurch". Not much food left, so you boys from the FU best get a move on if you are hungry! --Flune 000:31, 10 Oct 2007 (BST)
31 August 2007 Thanks to the dedication of groups such as The Headbangers of Malton, The Fortress, the U.S. ARMY INFANTRY, the Army Control Corps, and the many other unaffiliated allies who came out to help, Blesley mall is now back in human hands. As the leader of the Headbangers, I thank you all. This was definitely a group effort. --Stickman 20:28, 31 August 2007 (BST)
24 August 2007 Minor skirmishes continue between zeds and harmanz. The survivors bust in, strike team style, clear a corner, dump some bodies, repair, fortify, and leave, then the living dead go in through a weakened corner, eat the silly survivors who neglected to sleep somewhere safe, tear down the 'cades, and ranzag, as they say. It's probably going to go on like this for quite some time unless one side organizes. Whatevs. Eight zombies inside the last time I checked, six when I left, and fifteen or twenty outside. Headshot, baby! Sven Olsen
13 August 2007 Your mall thrums with the siren song of zambah groans. Your Orange Julius has been eaten. We have also stolen all of the double A batteries for our own nefarious purposes. Send more paramedics. <3, your local ferals --FengShoo 13:42, 13 August 2007 (BST)
4 August 2007 The mall has just fallen. There is 28 Zombies inside the mall and 5 Z inside the nearby NT-building. There is no time to slack, let's retake the mall again! Stay Vigilant. --Stark Senap 15:25, 4 August 2007 (BST)
24 July 2007 The mall is in an early rebuilding phase. There is far to few Survivors in the mall to hold it. It's is NOT recommended to sleep in the Mall. Instead, keep barricading and sleep in an adjecent building. 21Z outside, 6Z insde. And yes, team Battlehawk from The Fortress is in the hood. We will get this mall up on its feet the same way we did with Nichols and Hildebrand. --Stark Senap 00:45, 24 July 2007 (BST)
22 July 2007 LUE has apparently moved on. The mall is now entirely in survivor hands and has been 'caded on all four corners. However, it still needs generators and fuel to become the full resource that the area needs. Survivors looking to contribute to the effort should either come with these things, or else arm themselves to clean up the remaining ferals in the area that were attracted and left behind by the horde. --TerranFirebat, 8:59PM EST (USA)
17 July 2007 Mall is in survivor hands, but small break-ins of zeds are frequent. At the moment they're slaughtered as soon as they set foot inside, and there are more survivors. Only one corner of the mall is powered though, and it's tiring keeping out the rotting masses. Could still use a little help in clearing out the zombies surrounding the mall... Whisperdale 22:21, 17 July 2007 (BST)
- Get ready to reap the whirlwind, Blesley Mall. -- Martian Manhunter, 4:46 PM PST
16 July 2007 Blasted utter shit outta a few zeds in Blesley Mall, closed all door and got the NE corner back up to EHB. There's now a grand total of three zeds inside... Dumped all the bodies, but I spotted quite a few more undead outside. Fell asleep in the nearby PD before I could kill more though... There's a few survivors still inside, but most are badly wounded. C'mon people, a few more survivors stocked with guns in there and it'll be easy to clean out! Grab it back before it gets completely out of reach! Whisperdale 16:26, 16 July 2007 (BST)
11 July 2007 I have gotten rid of one of the zeds in Blesley, and raised it's corner to EHB. Luckily there was only one zed in that corner. --ReaperHawke, 07:42 EST
30 June 2007 There are zombies in the mall. 16 last I looked. People need to keep checking those barricades or else small unnoticed raids can actually break in and cause chaos.
10 May 2007
The battle for Blesley Mall is still in fall swing at the moment with it changing hands 3 times a day.....but with 20 zombies facing about the same amount of survivors A decisive could be made if reinforcements were to help either side. curtly
08 May 2007 There was a mini-effort by a couple of USSR players to retake the mall, too bad they slept inside after cading and got what they deserved.. Me101 07:27, 8 May 2007 (BST)
04 May 2007 The mall is ransacked again! Long may BARHAH rule in Gulsonside! Mrhton 23:38, 4 May 2007 (BST)
25 April 2007
Theres only 22 moar harmanz in the mall, with only 22 zambaz taking the prize. Southwest is taking it hard, i guess its where the break in happened. Yep, generic zed siege has ended in a zambah victory it seems. Good fight to the lads inside. --Madcow9865 22:45, 25 April 2007 (BST)
15 April 2007
Over a hundred of the living dead have swarmed through the wide open doors of the NW corner of Blesley Mall the NE corner contains a sole survivor at this point and the fate of the mall is clearly sealed. The Mall Tour once again triumphs. History shows again and again how nature puts down the folly of men. Go go Zombilla!--Electrasol 01:37, 16 April 2007 (BST)
40 Zambahz in the mall, NW corner cleared of Brain-food and ransacked. Things look bad for Harmanz. On the bright side, things look pretty good for Zambahz. --Anondescriptzombie 22:13, 15 April 2007 (BST)
A mere 13 harmanz remain in the beleaguered NW corner, with our zethren from Minions of the Apocalypse joining the Tour in the fray. How much longer can the mall stand...? --MmmBrainsss 20:51, 15 April 2007 (BST)
14 Defenders face off 13 Zombies inside the NW corner as the triumphant Mall Tour begins to feast on the survivors inside Blesley Mall. The mall tours patented brainzkrieg tactics have once again quickly shattered the brave defenses thrown up by survivors. Ranzag is coming, death is coming. Survivors should flee, or embrace their inner Barhah, and stand up as proud Zombies after they've been slain by the Mall Tour. --Electrasol 07:26, 15 April 2007 (BST)
Update- No one listen to the bias scum, the mall is still holding but we need reinforcements. -Officer Conrad
Update NW corner ransacked with 35(ish) zombies standing. Seems like the beginning of the end. Without a coordinated push in the next hour or so the mall is lost. The mall tour wins again. -- User:FriedFish.ca 1:50 (PST)
14 April 2007 All calm as of now, the tour's latest assault was broken but the defenders are falling and we need reinforcements. Again I have come to the fifth of my battles against the tour, here's hoping I will get the sixth I have argued for. -Officer Conrad
66 Zeds inside the mall at Blesley Mall 78, 73. Ten bodies at 78, 74 I was killed looking for an entrance (Hope this was done right first post) ----XxPale HorsexX 20:03, 14 April 2007 (BST)
13 April 2007
5 April 2007
Stickman and The Headbangers of Malton have made Gulsonside their new home. Tune in to the first broadcast tonight at 21:00 EST, 28.97Mhz, featuring pure Metal Rockage and a special guest! --Stickman 01:37, 6 April 2007 (BST)
March 28th 2007
Blesley Mall will probably have the same problem as Buckley Mall did with your cemetery. Attacking zombies will build at the cemetery as to get out of harm's way due to the Sacred Ground Policy.--RobertG
- A possible solution for that is to temporarily shut down the cemetery as a revive point as it really can't be considered sacred ground when hundreds of attacking zombies are shambling through it. Trehkan
March 26th 2007
The mall is impenetrable! Please someone, we need to get in! Not all of us have gotten Free Running yet! Rex Harrison
Stop your whining go lvl up get free run and then come back. Don't whine for the surviveours inside the mall to let you in they are smart and arnt going to take dow the baracades for 3 or 4 people! lamalamalama
March 25th 2007
The Mall and surrounding area has seen a slight increase in PK activity, possibly a precursor to Mall Tour '07 making its way to Blesley. Rib15
November 21th 2006
Zombies seem to like to hang out at the cemetery in this town. Dept of Alchemy 19:57, 21 November 2006 (UTC)
November 15th 2006
November 11th 2006 There is currently a plot by person/s unknown to overcade at the mall entrypoints located at the Menhennet Museum [79, 72], Northcote Avenue Fire Station [78, 75], St Holy's Church [76, 72] & Club Simpson [80, 73]. These people are also impersonating MFD by spraying tags such as 'Keep cades at MAX - MFD'. DEM asks all citizens of Malton to keep these entrypoints at VSB+2 to allow entry and remove any tags that suggest otherwise. Also any survivor groups who are able to assist efforts to combat this threat are asked to liaise with the DEM at http://z14.invisionfree.com/Brainstock/index.php?act=idxSamPontypandyFD 01:00, 11 November 2006 (BST)
November 9th 2006 It has been a long month for me and well the wiki is dead almost and mostly I haven't seen any movement in any pk'ers but I did see a well...interesting face in our humble suberb of gulsonside. Pathetic 'bill is now dead and is probley waiting for a revive and no one better revive him since he is the most wanted pk'er in this game i believe.--Coolo B! 11:34, 9 November 2006 (UTC)
6 Oct 2006 I've been hopping back and forth between Blesley Mall and Zacharias Hospital to the SW. I've been hearing rumors that Minions of the Apocalypse might be trying to come back to Gulsonside to take over. Last time I saw them, they were mean PKing SOBs to anybody that wasn't part of their group, and they ran like cowards when the zed hoards started to cause problems for those of us who stuck around to fight. I say we organize to run them out of this burb forever. Colonel al
30 Sept 2006 Sorry for the delay, Colonel Al, but I've been a little occupied. Tomorrow you should see some help arrive at Creek NT, until then sit tight. Try to log the profiles of suspected bots in the meantime.--Stickman 19:33, 30 September 2006 (BST)
28 Sept 2006 I am at Zacharias General Hospital (72,79) and am running into issues regarding the Creek NT Building to the NW. Those of us running the hospital have discovered that the zeds outside Creek are bots of some sort. Every time we close a door, it opens back up again and we get flooded with zeds. It has happened too many times for it to be a coincidence. I'm headed back to Blesley Mall to round up reinforcements and a transmitter. We could use some help. Colonel al
17 Sept 2006 It's been a real honor working with you guys in this victorious campaign. I'm at this moment with Nagi working in a new mision with the USAI. I'll keep my eye in this page, so if Gulsonside and Blesley needs help again, we'll be there for sure.zankuro
16 Sept 2006 We have declared victory at Blesley Mall. Thanks to everybody involved (see Stickman's master list at the Blesley Mall discussion page). Just a few more things to do, like make sure that fuel, gens, and transmitters are in place, then I'll start thinking about Scartletwood. Probably the 1st thing on the agenda is to make sure Zacharias General Hospital (72,79) is back in operation -- the last time I was in Scarletwood, this Gulsonside hospital was full of zeds and weary survivors from the attempted Scarletwood/Greyside border defense. Any chance I can get a few of you to come with me? Colonel al
September 13, 2006 As the populace settles into a comfortable routine, Mordac heads off to the Necrotech Cyrogenic Lab. It's time he had a vacation, and so he prepares for a long rest. (See Stickman Userpage for details and some new additions)--Stickman 16:50, 13 September 2006 (BST)
September 12, 2006 After a successful and coordinated campaign to retake the mall in the wake of the Big Bash, life has returned to normal around Blesley. The population continues to grow and Gulsonside has been secured. There are still small pockets of Ferals wandering around, but there are insufficient numbers to pose any real threat... for now. I'd like to thank the U.S. ARMY INFANTRY, The Black Hunters, Silent Running, C.R.E.S., and all of the individual survivors who were in this from the beginning. For posterity, I've added a list of users who were part of the reclamation mission to the Blesley Talk page. If you feel you've been left out, let me know. I don't know all of the members of all of the groups. --Stickman 14:23, 12 September 2006 (BST)
September 10, 2006 Entry point moved to St Holy's. We may have to get some crowbars before too long. In other news, I made a run to St. Polycarp Hospital NW of the mall. It is manned and operating, and a good place to grab FAKs. It can be reached by free running, though some of the buildings in transit are undermanned and under barricaded a bit. I will be making regular runs there for FAKs -- however, I don't have diagnosis yet so be sure to find me in the SW corner (usually, but not tonight) and leave me a message. I'm also carrying radios tuned to 26.46, 26.16, and 27.86 if you want to reach me that way. Colonel al
Well looks like Blesley has fought off the Ferals and the crowding of zombies in the SW corner only about 4 left there. In other news we have a stable population and the mall has gotten a much bigger population ever since we retook it.--Coolo B! 15:31, 10 September 2006 (BST)
September 8, 2006 26 zeds on the malls SW corner. I attacked what ones I could while in transit to the W revive point. I'll also shout Graaaah! while outside some empty building if I have time. Colonel al
I'll head out to the Osmondville cemeteries tomorrow. For now, the entry point is St. Holy's Church. For reasons of security, everything else is maxed on barricades. Once the zombies tire of getting nowhere, we can start to enforce multiple entry points. For now, the survivors are too nervous.--Stickman 05:38, 8 September 2006 (BST)
September 7, 2006 I'm not exactly sure what happened. I woke up dead and headed to the cemetery revive point to the west of the mall (found 8 others waiting there). Got revived, but then couldn't find an open entry point (overbarricading is becoming a problem with so many newbies around). So, I recon'd east looking for an entry point, went east to the 2 cemeteries in Osmondville, and found 16 more revive candidates. I have not yet checked the status of the NT buildings to the NE and SW yet.
Unfortunately, the ferrals have noticed all of our actions and are attacking the mall again. Over and Under barricading is starting to be a problem now, with recon teams and revives being stuck outside unnecessarily.Colonel al
Warning everyone we have a pk'er on the loose and we need to destroy this pk'er and don't give any revives for her. KellyBelly has now selected me as a main target for pk'ing and a few others and has been harassing me for a couple days if you see her kill her on sight and then post on my talk page or here.--Coolo B! 19:54, 7 September 2006 (BST)
September 6, 2006 Just woke up from a short nap. Things seem to be holding together at the mall, northcote, and wadman. It is a good thing I went for "contruction" instead of "diagnosis" last time around, as it has been needed. I'm going to try to stretch my recon a bit tomorrow to see what other buildings in the area we can secure (most important on my list, the NT building to the NE). We seem to be averaging 29 per corner in the mall, but occupancy in northcote and wadman can be better at times. Colonel al
00:49 Feculus reported a break-in at our safehouse. I found three zeds inside. I got lucky and disposed of all three in 26 AP. I had nothing left for the barricades which were at VH when I arrived. --Stickman 05:52, 6 September 2006 (BST)
September 5, 2006
18:40 EST The resource buildings are holding in the area surrounding Blesley Mall. The revive campaign is steamrolling towards completion, and survivors are keeping it together long enough to mount a resistance. There have been break-ins, but nothing detrimental to the mission so far. So far so good. --Stickman 23:42, 5 September 2006 (BST)
Mall is in survivor hands and caded with generators. Zeds are staging a counterattack on the SW corner advise all to check on that corner when you login. Concerted effort is being made to revive those next door. Club Wadman [77, 74] is being used as entry point for mall access. Johnny_Lunchpail 18:48, 5 September 2006 (BST)
September 3, 2006
Colonel. After I was kill at Ephrem and revive, I travel and got to Blesley a few moments ago. The current situation is as it follows: 2 zeds at your NW block, 4 more remaining (I took down 2 of them) at SW corner, 1 at SE corner, NE clean of stinches by now, 7 zeds outside of Club Wadman, 6 outside Northcote and 3 inside, 3 at Showers park, 1 at Menhennet Museum, 5 outside of Perry Building. Nagi had to travel fom Ephrem too, so she run out of Ap in Blesley after putting a generator running at the SE corner of the mall, tomorrow she´ll beging to make combat revives at the cementery where 35 person are waiting for one.In this very moment I'm at Hemphill recovering Ap to kill more stinches (I could have kill 4 or 5 today if I haven't had to travel from Ephrem). Well, all I want to say is that I'm here with you and I'll fight to the very end of this, however the outcome will be. I hope we can get the deserve victory in this opportunity.zankuro
I have arrived at Blesley, with others behind me. We are short handed, and there are zeds outside all the surrounding buildings. 'Cades are up, and in good shape, though, and everybody I've met is healthy at the moment. We could use some gens, radios, and fuel. Colonel al
I gave out a few revives today at the cemeteries near Creek NT. Also discovered a rotter there. I'll post his profile on the US ARMY INFANTRY's forum. Add him to your contacts and kill on sight. I also passed on instructions to the zeds at the cemetery to avoid the mall until it's secure. David Haze reports 4 revives as well. --Stickman 18:45, 3 September 2006 (BST)
September 2, 2006 I reach Ephrem today, Nagi will do the same in a matter of hours. In 24 hours we'll be fully operational. Nagi will make combat revives and at the same time will provide us with info of the surrounding area with her binoculars. I'll wait for instructions there, I'm ready to take some stinches down.zankuro
19:19 EST Colonel Al: I've already moved well past your position. At least 3 groups (Black Hunters, Silent Running, US ARMY INFANTRY) are already on site and have established safehouses in Gulsonside. Communication is happening on US ARMY's private forums. Get on the forum and get in the fight, cause waypoints are only useful so long as you have ammo & supplies, and your gonna run dry soon. Additional groups are signing in, so I'd suggest abandoning and moving ahead, just make sure you avoid the mall until it's secure! We're based away from the mall until we set up more buildings.--Stickman 00:20, 3 September 2006 (BST)
17:29 EST The Loose Cannons and The Cannonball Crew are moving into position near Blesley. We should be ready to take the mall itself in the next day or two. Please visit our forum or contact me so we can coordinate our efforts! --Koppie 22:30, 2 September 2006 (BST)
Ephrem and the surrounding buildings are now clear, but we lost some people temporarily. I believe they headed back towards Buckley, as they aren't around here for combat revives. We need some additional people to staff the nearby buildings better. Fortunately, the cavalry came just in time for me (that'll teach me to sleep in!!!) Colonel al
12:44 EST Ephram is now rid of rotters but I haven't checked out the outside of it good thing i got there you guys wouldn't have made it and sanshiro you need a FAK badly. I got a portible generater with me so I'll set it up once i got enough AP but anyways lizardcoolz has now moved here and is hoping to join us he bring FAKs and generaters with him. --Coolo B! 17:47, 2 September 2006 (BST)
10:37 EST Sanshiro, I passed by Ephram this morning and didn't see anyone. I moved out all the way to Gulsonside. There is an established safehouse there, but I'm not going to name it here. It is well within 25 AP of your position. Get on to the US ARMY INFANTRY's private forum for details. Speak to Johnny Lunchpail and he'll set you up. Events have been set in motion and I've had to speed up my preparations. Based on the response of others I've been coordinating with, I had to move out faster than we originally planned. I was hoping to make a move in a week or two, but others favoured moving now, so I figured I'd lend a hand in Gulsonside. --Stickman 15:43, 2 September 2006 (BST)
To all those wishing to retake Gulsonside from Wyke Hills, head towards Ephrem Hospital at 58, 93. Colonel Al is there, trapped with a rotter; I took out one zed and got the barricades up some before running out of energy. Please assist immediately. Once we have Ephrem we can use it as a rally point to another safehouse in East Grayside. This way the Wyke Hills group can assist the US ARMY INFANTRY in retaking Gulsonside. Remember, there is no point in going there unless we have enough people and energy to clean out at least one safehouse, preferably Northcote FD. --Sanshiro 15:31, 2 September 2006 (BST)
September 1, 2006
Colonel, I think that is better for you and your men keep your position and expand little by little. I'll continue for your location to give you support, and serve the cause as much as I can. I'll arrive in the next 24 hours. I made two revives at the cementery and I'm keeping forward. By the way, I didn't see the problen with my profile, and I don´t think I'm subset of you or your brothers.zankuro
Zankuro -- you'll want to alter your signature so that you aren't showing up as a subset of me and my brother.
I'm still at Eprem, and we now number 15 or so. We've secured a number of buildings around us and have been doing extensive recon work. Our next goal is to revive all the folks at East Greyside's Wicklen Monument (60,89, which is ~3NE of here). The problem is, there are zeds to the SW (back towards Buckley -- which would mean that if we press forward, we stand to lose what we've gained so far), and there are zed occupiers in all the obvious tactical points around Wicklen. I've informed the folks at Wicklen to head SW if they can for revives, but I could still use some advice here. Colonel al
Intel information from Blesley: The mall have barricades and 11 zeds inside. In the outside: 7 at Club Wadman, 1 at San Patric, 5 at Northcote, 8 outside at Blesley mall.50 person waiting for revives at the cementery. 5 survivors inside of Northcote, 1 wounded, a necrotech wounded 3 blocks N, 1 W. Nagi will reach out tomorrow with revives and first aid kits. I should stay and fight or keep my way to south??. I'm taking suggestions. ahhh, before y forgot, 4 of the 5 survivors inside northcote are part of a group name SG, somebody know who this guys are, I can trust them???2 of them have brain riot.zankuro
Ah atlast we have an almost able bodied group here yet we have no leader to lead the group. We need a good leader to well lead us or we move as an group and take down all zombie rotters and revive the non rotters. Its a good dam day since we have bulk to take back Gulsonside in a good 3 days if we work together. Also we have 3 veterans in the group veterans are lvl 23+ and which we don't have enough.--Coolo B! 05:11, 1 September 2006 (BST)
August 31, 2006
The day doesn't finish and I'm my way to south already. The situation meanwhile I'm going down seems pretty bad, I been encountering groups of 20 and 30 stinches every few blocks; binocular has been very useful to make recon and avoid danger in the way. I'm by the moment inside on a safe house in Edgecombe. Nagi is still on the mall reestocking revivification seringes, shell carry 10 and almost the same number of first aid kits to start her way down. I'll hope to meet you all in 30 hours or less. I'll be passing Blesley tomorrow to give a quick check to the current situation. wish me luck (I want to get to my destination in one piece).zankuro
Update 15:50 EST I've sent a message to Colonel Al, Zankuro, Sanshiro, Coolo, etc. asking you all to get in contact with Johnny_Lunchpail of the U.S. ARMY INFANTRY. Check your talk pages for details. We've got some resources now, we just need to communicate. --Stickman 20:51, 31 August 2006 (BST)
Colonel, I'm on my way to meet you guys there, it will take me 2 or 3 days at least because I'm at Dowdney Mall in the suburb of Santlerville. I suggest also that you guys keep developing your skills, me and my partner have them all, it's something I consider really useful bacause we're going to need veterans who can do all kinds of misions. I'll say Nagi to carry more revives and first aid kits instead of weapons, we'll need that for sure. I'll try also to recruit people on the way.zankuro
Zankuro: Most of the Blesley Resistance (stickman, coolo, cooloo, Sanshiro, myself, David Haze, a bunch of others) is working out of Buckley Mall in Wyke Hills (2 burbs SW of Blesley). The mall and immediate surroundings are well staffed, and revives are FAST! Head down this way. A few (Haze, in particular) are doing fast recons back to Blesley (generally coming back in need of revives, but that's ok) to bring us news. US Army Infantry had held the mall along with stickman, but found that there was just no way to keep the 'cades up for the bulk of our forces to get there. We've since lost contact with US Army Infantry. I've been trying to establish a couple of intermediate jump points for my part of the resistance -- my current location is in NE Wyke Hills, with the objective of clearing out a local revive point to add to the army. As I said before, we aren't dealing with ferrels here, so we need numbers of skilled individuals (we've had numbers, and we've had skills, but not both at the same time.). Colonel al
It´s true, we need first to gather forces before to iniciate an attempt to retake the Mall. I suggest that we agree to meet in a certain point no much far of Blesley, 2 or 3 suburbs away, the Mall at Wyke Hills would be perfect, If all of you guys are agree I'll star to come down (I'm far way at North right now) with my partner Nagi, armed to the teeth with some revives and faks, fuel and generators. Also, if some brave could provide us with some intel of the actual situation in Blesley will be much better, if is kill in the process I will give him the very well deserve revive. I'm listening more ideas to make all this a reality. By the way Colonel, what suburb are you right now??.zankuro
I am still at Ephrem General Hospital (93, 58) 4 of us are holding the place and nearby warehouse. It is taking a bit longer than expected to truly secure this area befor moving on. Plus, we need a revive specialist to go north to the revive point and empty it out for us (and give us more people to fight with). Another couple of days, and we'll begin preparations for our second move to the NE and Blesley. Colonel al
After making my presence known to other people who are going to reatake Gulsonside I'm ready to stand by and take any messages that come my way. But Gulsonside is has been going up ever so slightly it is almost ready to be retaken but you still need more soldiers 15 is not going to cut it we survivors who can hold back at least 100 zombies when the big bash came which I did when the cades were going down and about 20 zombes were in the mall so you need survivors like around 20-40 to actully improve stuff.--Coolo B! 18:05, 31 August 2006 (BST)
August 30, 2006
Zankuro, the easiest way to maintain communication is through user talk pages. Leave a message(s) and then we'll coordinate on the Blesley page (or something like that). --Stickman 14:19, 30 August 2006 (BST)
Don´t know what the time it is, I only know is night and I can see the stars above me. I have lost the sense of time since I had to leave in very bad shape Blesley Mall some weeks ago. I been reading all your updates since then (we fight in a corageus way; we can all be proud of that for sure) and I most say, I'm with you guys. When the time is right, we will take what is ours (like the Iron Maiden song says). I'll be wandering around north of Malton by the moment. I'm level 31 (I consider myself a veteran already) and I'm whiling to risk my life when enough forces are gathered for uor goal of taking back Blesley. I'm right now training myself in the use of binoculars to be able of creating an intelligence network, early warning and monitoring system that can be very useful when we can take back the mall.If someone want or can create a way by that we can communicate in private to make more detailed plans, please let me know.zankuro
August 29, 2006
(12:30PM EST) I am at Ephrem General Hospital (93, 58) right now and have prepared 'cades and such for additional forces headed toward Blesley. I will recon the area a bit more this evening. I should mention that I took "construction" instead of "diagnosis" for my latest training upgrade, since I heard that maintaining the 'cades at Blesley was a problem for Stickman. So, if you need heals, you'll have to let me know directly since I can't diagnose yet.
BTW, I've noticed that the local zeds are quite skilled, compared to the area humans. In a 1:1 battle, they have us clearly outmatched.Colonel al
(11:30AM EST) I'm feeling quite disenchanted with Gulsonside and the idea of retaking Blesley right now. This is the second attempt I've been involved with and it is once again a failure caused by low numbers of experienced/organized survivors. From now on I'll be posting on the Buckley Mall page and I may just make Buckley my new home. When a larger group offers to spearhead a Blesley Liberation campaign, I'll be the first to sign up. In the meantime, I'll just make occasional suicide runs to Blesley to pass on information, directions to Buckley, and revives. At least I can count on organization from the good people of St D's Bar & Grill. Anyone who needs me knows where to find me. --Stickman 16:36, 29 August 2006 (BST)
(10:00AM EST) I revived Mordac and left him to rest up at Northcote FD. The mall is overrun, as is Perryn. I recommend everyone stay at Buckley for the time being and concentrate on stocking up and training. Nothing short of a good-sized group can reclaim Blesly at this point.
U.S. ARMY INFANTRY, what is your status? I saw no survivors in the mall; if you need revives come to Wyke Hills and we can combine forces there. Wyke is fairly secure last I checked.
At any rate it will be another week at least. --Sanshiro 15:10, 29 August 2006 (BST)
(9:00AM EST) Well, some super-genius named Pagan Idol PK-ed my character Mordac last night, claiming that I was a trenchcoater. Apparently he has the reading comprehension level of a mildly retarded chimpanzee and failed to find the humour in Mordac's description. If anyone comes across this person, please relay my dissappointment in his tragically low mental acuity, but don't PK him unless he threatens others. Most likely he was just looking for an excuse to PK, so watch out. As for Ray McGill and rez12, they are a couple of zombies with descriptions asking for revives, yet they broke in to Blesley and killed humans. I suggest not reviving them as they continued to attack after they were warned. Now I'm stuck as a zombie in the building with Todric and Sanshiro. I'm going to head back to Buckley for a revive and resupply, but for God's sake, someone kill Mordac and dump the body outside so I don't have to smash the barricades to get out. I hope you all can stay alive till I get back. You also might want to stay away from the mall and choose a nearby building as a safe point, as a break-in in one corner opens up the whole mall to zombies. Fewer barricades to worry about would be beneficial to the small group of survivors in Gulsonside, especially with most of the population not regularly checking in on the barricades. I'll be back as soon as I'm resupplied. --Stickman 14:51, 29 August 2006 (BST)
Update: It turns out that someone revived me, but I don't know who. Thank you, anonymous good-guy. Sanshiro and Todric, you both need to get out of Northcote Firestation. The barricades are down and I'm out of AP, so run to Club Wadman if you can. Otherwise, I'll see you back in Buckley. --Stickman 15:08, 29 August 2006 (BST)
August 28, 2006
(11:00PM EST) I killed 3, badly wounded one, and dumped the bodies, all corners EHB+2 except the NW corner which has doors secured. Southern half entirely cleared now, NW has 1 wounded zed, and NE corner has 6 zeds. Barricade the NW before we have more company. I and the rest of the U.S. ARMY INFANTRY will be doing our best to maintain order and get those in the cemetery revived in the coming days. --Todric 04:26, 29 August 2006 (BST)
(9:30PM EST) Unbelievable!! Just a few zombies are able to come in and wreak havoc on the 10 or 15 humans here. These clowns need to wake up or it's finished. I can't maintain the barricades and kill 5 zombies myself!! I'm out of AP anyway. Bah. David Haze is dead, Johnny Lunchpail is dead, Mordac is almost dead, and everyone else seems to be catatonic while zombies eat leisurely at them. If this keeps up I'm going back to Buckley... dead, that is. --Stickman 02:19, 29 August 2006 (BST)
(7:30pm EST) It's really touch and go here. There are very few zombies but because of a lack of experienced survivors, barricades are routinely smashed. I've had to adopt a position of "login, tour, barricade, logout" every couple of hours, but my AP is low and I'll have to sleep at some point. Could really use a hand. --Stickman 00:07, 29 August 2006 (BST)
This all sounds good. I'm back under cover now. Let's save up some AP and make the run to Ephrem General Hospital (93, 58) in the morning. Colonel al
- To U.S. ARMY INFANTRY: In light of this information, I will be moving back to the Blesley area today before noon. Priorities will be maintaining the barricades and re-establishing the NT building. Is it possible for some of the survivors there to aquire a generator and fuel for the NT building? It will greatly increase our ability to maintain a population. To Sanshiro, Colonel Al, Asheets, Coolo, and anyone else able to help out: please save your AP for tomorrow and move out to Blesley. Bring as many survivors as you can. David Haze's reports fully back the claims that there is a good human presence at Blesley, so we might be able to make this happen. If not, we can always shamble back to Wyke Hills for a revive... --Stickman 06:02, 28 August 2006 (BST)
- The Loose Cannons and The Cannonball Crew will be moving into position to help you soon. We're currently at Mitchem Mall but will move out as soon as the situation there is stable. Hang tight.
August 27, 2006 U.S. ARMY INFANTRY reports that Blesley mall has been successfully secured in all four corners for survivors but needs many more survivors to help maintain generators and barricades. U.S. ARMY INFANTRY will be conducting street clearing operations in the following days Civilian Indigenous Militias are asked to contact for assault coordination. Please Note - Personal communications should not be on this page. Johnny_Lunchpail 01:43, 28 August 2006 (BST)
I am at Blesly, all corners were at EHB but we need survivors and fast. In addition, I cleared out and re-barricaded Perryn, though as it is empty it maybe ransacked again soon. Anyone who came back please do so now. For those of you wondering, it takes roughly 30 AP from Buckley to Blesly; just head NW till you are back in Gulsonside, then quickly find a entry point. --Sanshiro 12:41, 28 August 2006 (BST)
August 27, 2006 OK, 1st of all, the 'cade plan at Buckley Mall (our rally point) is completely goofed up. I got stuck outside without an entry point, had to sleep in the street for 15 minutes, and woke up dead. Not a good way to start the morning.
Oh guys one entry point would be from St. Ds to the right of it is an entry point that serves as one if you need any help with that.--Coolo 20:42, 27 August 2006 (BST)
I got messages from Stickman and Cooloo. They are ready to move out the NE -- which is good because according to the logs the mall should be ready for us to move in and defend again. Before getting killed, I recon'd 3 blocks NE of Screech Lane PD (Knight Square 95,56) before running into resistance. The area revive points are empty at the moment, except for me (waiting at St Emilias, 98,52). Let's make our 1st stop on the way back at Ephrem General Hospital (93, 58) -- it should be at VS, will put us within easy reach of a few revive points, and give us spare AP to backtrack if things go bad. Stop and get me on the way up, will you? Colonel al 20:36, 27 August 2006 (BST)
As of 17:00 PM the zombie presence is low, and I barricaded every corner of the mall to VH. The mall need more people to hold it, it's a good moment to take it back definitely. (sorry for the poor English) --Brandnewscv 18:26, 27 August 2006 (BST)
August 26, 2006 As of 12:00 AM EST there is a low zombie presence around the mall. Barricades on the SE corner are at Very Heavy and on the SW corner the doors have been secured. No safehouses are available as zombies are scattered across the path David Haze took, which was diagonally up and left from St. Emelia's church. That translates into 30 steps from Buckley to Blesley , providing you stay on the path. There are now only about 20 zombies in the 70,78 cemetery area as David Haze successfully dealt out 4 more revives.
Mordac has a plan, but it will take a couple of days to implement. First David Haze needs to make it back to Buckley and restock on syringes, then he will go back to Blesley and try to barricade a corner of the mall. If he dies, Mordac will follow a day behind along with a team of at least 10 people. They will then have to use any remaining AP to barricade. Mordac will revive David Haze but he will not stand up until the next day, ensuring everyone's AP is restored. If everyone is still alive, we keep barricading and dealing out revives. If the barricades fall and everyone dies, David Haze will spend all 50 AP reviving 5 survivors. Hopefully, one of those survivors will be Mordac, who will then revive 5 more. We try to barricade again, or return to Buckley. This plan is rough and obviously depends heavily on the number of survivors we find at Blesley as well as the number of volunteers who agree to participate in this dangerous mission. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated, especially coordination-related suggestions. --Stickman 05:21, 27 August 2006 (BST)
August 26, 2006 As of 8:40PM (CST) tonight Blesley Mall is almost completely free of zombies, again. There is 1 zed left in the SE corner. Two corners are barricaded to Heavy, one corner is at Light, and one corner has closed doors only. Perryn is wide open with 2 zeds inside and Northcote is open as well. I passed through several buildings to get to the mall, they were all open with only 1 or 2 zombies inside, but there are a couple scattered safehouse with a few humans inside. I haven't been outside yet, so I can't tell you what the streets look like. --MajorTom 20:49, 26 August 2006 (CST)
Augest 26th, 2006 Ok a guide for reviving don't go killing at random every zombie can be a helpful human just follow this guide for reviving ok first kill all rotters they don't get revives due to their choice to stay a zombie. Then revive zombies with little or no zombie skills who are like 3 or below level wise and revive zombies who have equal or more survivor skills compared to zombie skills. (lurching grate and ankle grab don't count you can use those for being human too)--Coolo 01:53, 26 August 2006 (BST)
Godspeed, David! While revives are necessary, information is extremely valuable at this point, and I wish to ask that you check on three things:
- What is the status of Blesly? According to MajorTom below the mall may be reclaimable...
- Is Perryn barricaded? If so the rest of us could make a dash towards it and start regular revive runs.
- Are there any barricaded safehouses that you see in your route? As our past deaths have taught us, we will need at least one safehouse in between Gulsonside and Wyke Hills in order to rest up enough.
Furthermore, we should consider organizing a Gulsonside team; we need 2-3 to barricade and defend a safehouse on the way; 2-3 to revive; and at least one scout to confirm a route. This is the bare minimum required, and the more the merrier. Once there, we should concentrate on Perryn, perhaps keeping it at VS an instructing all revived survivors to head there and concentrate on defending it. This is all preliminary and feel free to contribute ideas or tactics. Finally, I am going to propose a new type of barricade plan for Gulsonside, but I will need time to type it up. I will post a link to the wikipage once I complete it. --Sanshiro 15:08, 26 August 2006 (BST)
August 25, 2006 As of 7:30PM (CST) tonight Blesley Mall is almost completely free of zombies. There is 1 zed left in the SW corner. Go Get 'em boys! --MajorTom 19:45, 25 August 2006 (CST)
August 25, 2006 David Haze is preparing for his next journey to Gulsonside. At approximately 12:00PM ET tomorrow he will make another run out to the cemetery at 70,78 to provide instructions and revives. Survivor Mordac is standing by at Buckley for any zombies that have migrated to the revive point there. --Stickman 14:21, 25 August 2006 (BST)
August 24, 2006 I have arrived at Buckley. I plan on resting up, grabbing some spray cans, and heading back to various revive points in a day or two. I find that the 2 nearest revive points to Buckley are empty (expect them to fill up in a day or 2 with more of my gang showing up), and that there are 15 zeds outside the NE corner of Buckley. Colonel al 16:07, 24 August 2006 (BST)
August 23, 2006 Update: David Haze has been killed, so it will be at least a day or so before he can make it back to Buckley, get a revive, and rendezvous at 70,78. Any zombie with Lurching Gait is advised to make the trip to Buckley now and not to wait. There are many others at Buckley who can revive. --Stickman 22:02, 23 August 2006 (BST)
Please have David Haze stop at the cemeteries at 70,78 and 69,78 and graffiti/speak a message to those waiting there -- "Don't wait here for revive -- Blesley resistance should head directly to Buckley Mall." Note: Farther Tork is also waiting at 70,78.
I'm enroute now. In addition to the 27 at the 70,78/69/78 cemeteries, there are 3 waiting at Baynton Street in East Greyside (66,83) -- with the burb still human-empty since my group originally evacuated. There are 4 waiting at East Greyside's Wicklen Monument (60,89) colonel al
Survivor David Haze made a suicide run to Blesley Mall today with the intent of dealing 2 revives, scouting the area, and trying to relay instructions to the dead waiting for revives. Knowing full well that he would not survive long, he is confident that the people of Buckley Mall will be able to revive him when he returns. His actions may have been rash, but the information he provides will be useful.
To Colonel Al: Keep the entire group moving. At Buckley we can easily facilitate the revives for all 27 survivors with you. Please encourage anyone not in your group to come down. --Stickman 19:35, 23 August 2006 (BST)
Went to sleep in an EH building in transit to the Buckley rally point, and the next thing I know 27 of us are waiting at the cemeteries at 70,78 and 69,78. Somebody come and rescue us. This is getting old, fast. colonel al
August 22, 2006 Made it as far as Zacharias General Hospital in Gulsonside (72,79), where a human presence and barricades start to pick up again. Am going to proceed west to Wray Heights before once again turning south to Buckley Mall. Rumors have it that a human resistance is starting in Wray Heights. I do know there is a zed with memory of life a few blocks SE of me, and all the surrounding buildings only have closed doors. Plenty of humans around until you get to within 4 blocks of the mall. I left recruiting messages wherever there were humans. I closed doors where I could and repaired damage where buildings were empty. Saw between 2-15 zeds per occupied building, but did not attempt to enter Blesley itself. Will proceed toward Buckley tomorrow.
Reports from up north indicate strong rumors (graffiti, face-to-face, and radio) that Big Bash and Apocalypse Horde are heading that way. We may get some relief from the zeds as they go to find fresh meat.colonel al
Well guys looks like cooloo got a revive since he just told me so I'm going to be shambling on forth to wyke hills now to be revived as well. Also the zombie area hasn't let up much or just a small fraction at that and the cemetery is still full as ever. Looks like we are back in business here since I'm back now keep this page updated and looks like we have to retake wyke hills as well before we got back to Gulsonside same with east and west Grayside which will take a good two weeks if we coordinate our efforts together taking back about three buildings per day.--Coolo 06:04, 22 August 2006 (BST)
August 21, 2006 My recruits and I are making the march south starting today. We'll stay overnight at Peter General Hospital in Crowbank (79, 60), then proceed directly to Buckley Mall. Big Bash and Apocalypse Horde are making a mess of things up north, so MSG and other revive specialists cannot come south with me -- but some of the weaker warriors and those weary of the BB/AH tours are coming. Once I get there, let's work out a plan to hit the Gulsonside revive points. colonel al
I've got a pile of syringes on hand, Colonel Al. Try to bring others; I'm itching to take a group back to Gulsonside. Sanshiro is around Buckley too, in case you didn't know.--Stickman 00:12, 22 August 2006 (BST)
The defenses in Edgecomb are a mess, and my recruits keep getting co-opted into local defense. I'll have to delay my departure until tomorrow, then head for Buckley. colonel al
August 19, 2006 Progress is being made at Buckley Mall in Wyke Hills. A couple of survivors from Blesley report that they have a good stockpile of syringes, FAK's, and DNA scanners. The human presence has become quite strong at Buckley, well over 70 humans at this time. Barricades are holding and there are fewer break-ins. With this kind of stability it's pretty easy to perform daily revives (cemetery is currently empty!) and then restock. I think my debt has been paid to the kind survivors of Buckley Mall. I still would like to see a few more Blesley survivors here in Buckley. The greater our numbers, the easier this will be. --Stickman 14:31, 19 August 2006 (BST)
August 18, 2006 To those awaiting revives in Gulsonside: it will be at least another week; if you get bored feel free to eat some ferals, just not in the cemetery!
If you wish to be revived sooner, I highly suggest shambling down to Wyke Hills (head directly SW) and waiting at the cemetery right beside Buckley Mall. If you have already been revived you may want to consider coming here due to the light zed population and fairly secure mall. We would like to get everyone together before purging Gulsonside, and if Wyke Hills is too far off check Edgecombe for revives. When we are ready to bring a revive group to Gulsonside we will announce so here. --Sanshiro 19:55, 18 August 2006 (BST)
August 15, 2006 There is a fairly large group (50+) of survivors at (or near) Buckley Mall in Wyke Hills. I will remain here for the time being to return the favour of revives and to help rebuild their suburb (a bit of stability is a nice change, as well). In return, maybe they'll help us out too. I will, of course, have a syringe handy for any Blesley (un)survivors looking for a revive. As for Gulsonside, I haven't forgotten the horde of ungrateful dead who are patiently waiting for a revive. It's just a matter of time before I have a good stockpile of syringes, so why don't you all make your way down to Buckley and help speed things along? We can't take back Blesley without strong numbers. Once we have 20+ survivors, all we have to do is make a coordinated move back into Blesley, barricade, monitor, and rebuild. --Stickman 05:23, 16 August 2006 (BST)
August 15th, 2006 afternoon
- Edgecomb's Oldidge Way revive point is active. I have also made contact with humans at Standing Walk PD to arrange for additional revives and heals, as well as to gather a local recon report. It seems, though, that there are very few humans left in Edgecomb, so getting additional help may be a problem.
- The Malton Science Group runs this revive point, so I will ask them to come south with me for revives.
- The Gulsonside radio frequencies are very quiet. colonel al
August 15th, 2006 The Silent Running will take care of anyone moving to Crowbank cementery for a revive. We have got stocked syringes and we can go back Roftwood for more. It's been annoying to try to reach you near the mall while dealing with the local zombies. --Doc Groucho 19:13, 15 August 2006 (BST)
August 15th, 2006 Well guess I'm going to Wyke Hills then I guess better tell lizard and cooloo and yaya for some good ol' revives so that we can help out the relief for Gulsonside. We want to restore the whole suberb to its former glory we don't want this suberb going down without a fight or making a good dent in the Big Bash which we did we took out 100 of the zombies and they got separated from the rest of them. You see I was browsing around the Big Bash page and I found that they had 800 zombies and they split into to take the surrounding areas so it was 4 major groups that took down the three suberbs. Besides we have 100 zombies in the surrounding areas of vinetown and Gulsonside so we have took a good chunk out of them I reckon.--Coolo 05:48, 15 August 2006 (BST)
Revive point abuse continues to take place at Vinetown's Bhore Monument. Blesley Mall resistance mebmers and members of the Combat Revive Eligible Society in Vinetown should continue NW to search for a working revive point (Destination -- Edgecomb's Oldidge Way). If NW doesn't work, then head south to Wyke Hills (WARNING: Traversing East Greyside and Scartletville is dangerous to your health -- that's how CRES got involved in the Blesley mess to begin with :) ). Our offer to help Mitchem mall defenders is hereby withdrawn. colonel al
August 14, 2006 IMPORTANT NOTICE: Go to the cemetery next to the Buckley Mall in Wyke Hills now! 6 revives were doled out in under an hour. I'm staying at Buckley for the next couple of days to stock up on syringes and FAK's, then I'm heading back to Blesley to deal some big revives, providing I have some back-up. Post on my talk page if you want a revive so I know when/where to look for you (but stay around Buckley. I'm not venturing out on another suicide mission). Stay close and wait for enough Blesley Survivors to regroup so we can take back Gulsonside. --Stickman 16:39, 14 August 2006 (BST)
August 14, 2006 Obviously I made a foolish mistake by trying to reestablish order with a small group, so I'm going to head down to Buttonville to get a revive. Once that's done, I'll let everyone know. I suggest that you all come down to Buttonville once I'm revived and I'll take care of doing the same for you (unless someone else revives you first). Buttonville seems to be stable from the Suburb Danger reports, but the only way I'll know for sure is to head down. Hopefully they have a powered NT building, things will go much faster. Hang tight and keep harassing the zombies in Gulsonside for now. --Stickman 13:58, 14 August 2006 (BST)
I'm going to have to head in a non-East direction from Osmondville -- I didn't realize how close I'm getting to one of my brothers. My preference destination is the Bhore Monument in Vinetown, but rumors are that it has been closed due to abuse. I'll check back in here once I can find a safe revive point. colonel al
August 14, 2006 Unfortunately, my alt was killed last night. I ran out of AP and I guess the other occupants were asleep. The Perryn Building was taken and I'm out of living characters. Sanshiro, if you can find a safe, well inhabited suburb with a powered NT building, let me know and I'll make my way there. We should remain there until we can stock up on syringes, revive some friends, and then try to retake Blesley. We'll need a lot of syringes and at least 10 people to make this happen. Anything less is suicide, considering it took a mere 7 zombies to take down the Perryn Building. We need more people to take barricading/revive shifts and eventually restore the Blesley population.--Stickman 20:56, 13 August 2006 (BST)
As it so happens I am newly re-dead as well. Gulsonside will have to wait until we have a decent sized group. I suggest everyone revived head to Vinetown and either revive or secure a safehouse until our numbers are at least in the double digits; if anyone secures Perryn please post as much immediately. Oh well, back to Osmondville to wait on a revive...if anyone knows of a definite revive point let everyone know. Also, has anyone contacted any of the revival groups? --Sanshiro 23:04, 13 August 2006 (BST)
Augest 14th, 2006 Hmmm yep Gulsonside zombie activity has gone down a lot only about a totel of 30-25 zombies at the mall easy peasy to take care of. Myself personally is waiting a revive and may go inactive for a good while a week or so due to a vacation. I have also noticed that the cemetery horde has gone down a few zombies. The NW part of the mall has been secured also so someone can cade it up so we can bounce back easily.--Coolo 08:49, 13 August 2006 (BST)
August 13, 2006 The Perryn Building [NT] in Gulsonside is the only operational NT building I could find, but my scouting was limited by a revive (and subsequent AP loss). Right now we must keep that NT building barricaded. It is under steady attack, but we need it to revive other survivors. We need to stay alert and not let this building fall. --Stickman 01:24, 13 August 2006 (BST)
Osmondville revives are proceeding at a slow rate -- down to 16 in my queue and <20 in the other. If I don't get revived by Monday, I'll head for Mitchem; otherwise, I'll head for the Perryn NT building. In the meantime, I'm attacking rotters and random ferals. colonel al
August 12, 2006 Stay where you are, Sanshiro. I have one revive syringe and I'll come for you tomorrow. It's about 13 steps to your position from where I am, then only 10 steps from Mitchem Mall to the NT site in Osmondville. I'll get to you ASAP, but if you find other zombies move into your position, move away by yourself. I have no DNA scanner so you need to be alone. Keep posting your position. --Stickman 04:00, 12 August 2006 (BST)
August 12, 2006 I am in Vinetown at the Durand Monument waiting for a revive; Col. Al was last seen waiting for a revive in Osmondville and I believe Coolo is still in Gulsonside. Unfortunately that cemetery has over 20 zeds and as Osmondville is compromised,the revives may be slow to come, if at all. Try to put priority on reviving others who can do so, I will patiently wait until my turn comes. Those who are revived should defend the Vinetown NTs until our numbers increase. Last I saw the Vinetown mall was full of zeds, but nowhere near Bash numbers, they may well be idling there. --Sanshiro 00:54, 12 August 2006 (BST)
August 11, 2006 Colonel Al, Sanshiro, Coolo, or anyone else willing to help: we need to coordinate. Zombie activity has dropped off significantly since the Big Bash swept through our mall (about 50 zeds at this point - we can handle that if we come back in force). Colonel Al, you suggest Osmondville as a regroup point, but their Events page suggests that the zombie danger level is high and ferals from the Big Bash may be wreaking havoc over there. I recommend we use Vinetown's Mitchem Mall as a regroup point and set up revives beside the mall. Currently there are fewer than 20 zombies around Mitchem Mall, and there are VS and EH barricades on two sections of the mall, so there is a human presence. I think it is within reach, but I'll need a couple of days to scout it out and be sure it is within full AP reach. If enough Blesley Zeds follow up there for a revive, we'll soon have sufficient numbers to reclaim Blesley. I have an inactive alt in the vicinity who is capable of reviving, so if I can get him there and find a Necrotech building to find more syringes, I'll be able to get us up and running in good time. We need to take our time and coordinate, though. --Stickman 18:54, 11 August 2006 (BST)
August 10, 2006 Blesley Mall has fallen the cemetery is overpacked waiting for revives and it appears it is going to take a week for the suberb to be gone of the Big Bash until they move on so we should just wait until that happens and flee to a random unbig bashed building to wait out the Big Bash. Pm me for any ideas or buildings--Coolo 05:04, 10 August 2006 (BST)
A decent defense try, but the mall has fallen. Retreat to the Osmondville Cemeteries at 85, 72 (1NE, 5E) and 85, 74, as the ones in Gulsonside and Scarlettwood are full. There are 44 waiting in Osmondville for revive -- once revived, we can retake the mall. colonel al
Again, a rowsing chorus of BARHAH!! for all the kind sweet treats inside Blesley. You fought fair, you fought hard, and you made us work for your delectable marrow. I raise your skulls to you in a toast. You're the talk of the 'Bash. -VanItch Dr Ssues 20h24, Aug10-2006 (GMT)
August 10, 2006 Heard on the radio: This is Blesley Mall calling! Do you read me? The reports of the mall's collapse and sacking are utterly false. Please send reinforcements... tasty, tassssty reinforcements gragaaghahaha... Rheingold 05:00, 10 August 2006 (BST)
August 10, 2006 NW and SW corners have been cleared of survivors. 270+ zombies in the mall overall. The Big Bash salutes your brave (and zergless) resistance, but it is time for everyone to die. --Marie Laveau 04:15, 10 August 2006 (BST)
August 9, 2006 As my character is currently experiencing a slight case of death, I am unable to give survivor reports. The barricades in SW corner are weak as of this writing, but it is impossible to tell if there are any survivors inside. The cemetery is full of zeds waiting for a revive, including myself, so if there's anyone left alive, please try your best, but I would recommend escaping to Vinetown for now where we can regroup and wait. There are currently less than 20 zeds around Vinetown Mall, whereas there are currently well over 200 zeds at Blesley. --Stickman 00:10, 10 August 2006 (BST)
Ditto here; I am sporting some lovely bite marks on my cranium! I think it is safe to say we have been thoroughly pwned; at least we went down fighting! There are plenty waiting for revives at the cemetary; if you get revived be sure and rest at a non-resource building until the Big Bash leaves for fresh meat --Sanshiro 02:00, 10 August 2006 (BST)
August 9, 2006 The strongest corner of Blesley Mall has been invaded, all humans have been evicted, and the shops are currently ransacked into dereliction. Get your brainz now while supplies last - the harmanz are already fleeing the mall... Updates to follow - Rheingold 23:34, 9 August 2006 (BST)
August 9, 2006 The Scorpion Group is tired of owning the mall, profits are low and the land values have really gone down in the last week. We hereby relinquish control of it, back to the survivors. Soon The Scorpion Group will move on to bigger and better things. In the meantime, I'll be in the cemetery killing the dead. NeilTheScorpion
August 8, 2006 See previous page for defense team assignments colonel al
We are under a full scale attack at this time. If you are killed in action, wait at the cemetery for a revive, but do not be idle! Use your zombie afterlife to help out. Use AP to strike back at the Big Bash and then return to the cemetery. Make unlife hard for them! So far we have a guarantee of 1 revive per day from survivor David Haze. If more survivors pitch in, we'll have any unwilling deceased back to life in good time. Keep barricades strong and focus on boring the enemy. Killing them won't matter, but keeping barricades strong for a long time will eventually tire them out. If we fail at this, we'll make a tactical retreat to Vinetown until they move on. Anyone with better ideas, feel free to pitch in. --Stickman 08:01, 8 August 2006 (BST)
August 7, 2006 Every important resource building in the area has been ransacked and occupied by zeds. Blesley itself has been invaded. ????
The 'cades at the entry point and at the mall are up, but up to 5 zeds and at least 1 zombie spy are in the complex. All radios and generators are offline, thanks to zombie-spy "ScorpionXL" -- he should be terminated on sight. Last outside recon had 130+ zeds outside. colonel al
We have a distinct need now to organize some different teams. Here's what I see as critical needs:
- * a team to dash in and out of Northcote Fire Station to continuously monitor barricade conditions, rebuilding where neccesary.
- * a team to monitor barricade conditions inside the mall itself (a separate team from the Northcote team)
- * a team to dash out, recon and take potshots at the zombie hordes, and get back in before dying.
- * a team dedicated to providing first aid to the potshot team.
- * a team to dash out to gather needed resources (in particular, fuel and people).
- * a team to identify, log, and exterminate zombie spies in our midst. This team should check EVERYBODY's profiles.
August 7, 2006 Confirmed that the big bash is in this suburb.--Pharo212 22:42, 7 August 2006 (BST)
August 7, 2006 At this time there are at least 160 zombies in the Blesley Mall area. It is unknown whether or not it is the Big Bash, but the situation is now very grim. Survivors are organizing to make a stand, but be advised that spies in Vinetown indicate there are less than 60 zombies around their mall, and they are quite spread out. Should the need to evacuate become immediate, I suggest a vanguard of well armed survivors clear the Vinetown mall and establish a revive point. Any victims should then wait for a revive and help destroy any zombies trying to undermine the survival of the humans in the mall. Soon we will be able to establish order if we remain organized and keep our numbers high. Stick together! If we leave we should leave as a group or we're done for. --Stickman 06:57, 7 August 2006 (BST)
August 7, 2006 Northcote Avenue is strongly barricaded and clear, but evacuated as it has become a major target for mall-related attacks. 60+zeds outside..colonel al
August 5, 2006 The Menhennet Museum [79, 72], one north of Blesley Mall, has also been repeatedly breached & rebarricaded; as of a few minutes ago there were no zombies attacking Blesley directly, though. (Why the Zed are wasting time attacking a non-resource entry building, I'm not sure...) Madpilot 21:35, 5 August 2006 (BST)
August 4, 2006 Northcote Avenue Fire Station under attack; zombies have repeatedly destroyed the barricades and are dragging survivors out on the street. -- Myelin 02:27, 4 August 2006 (BST)
August 3, 2006 It has been reported that the NT building 2N of the mall is under zed attack. Barracades are only loosely up at the moment.colonel al
August 2, 2006 No significant activity today. Reports of heavy zombie activity from the north in Vinetown and Crowbank indicate there is still a serious threat, but as of this time, there seems to be a drop in zombie danger levels across key areas of Malton. Areas to the south are falling back to survivor control, so there is hope. --Stickman 21:04, 2 August 2006 (BST)
July 31, 2006 Further recon shows that Northcote is secure again, and that the zombies have retreated south to Scarletwood near Mellish Walk FD. Areas west of the mall also show no zed activity.colonel al
July 30, 2006 Continual attacks on barricades at Northcote Firestation result in a few zombie incursions...one of which did the following:
- A zombie said "Z!rng ABBA!!" (5 minutes ago)
- A zombie said "AHZ! HARMANZ Z!NG ABBA!" (4 minutes ago)
- A zombie said "AR BANANARAMA?" (4 minutes ago)
- A zombie killed RichardCranium2. (3 minutes ago)
The zombie was then quickly killed--Sanshiro 00:51, 31 July 2006 (BST)
July 30, 2006 A recon from Blesley mall shows that Zacharias General Hospital 72,79 has been overrun. Radio reports confirm that as well. Small numbers of zeds are around, in, and/or trapped in (by closed doors) all of the surrounding buildings. Hunting season is here! colonel al
July 29, 2005 PH Members chessburguer, CQC, and aldapa were found at Blesley. They have since been eliminated. colonel al
July 28, 2005 -- Attempted recon between Bullen and St. Polycarp -- encountered numbers of zeds on the direct path. All buildings around the path are EH barricaded and lit up, and many have radios (some of the ones to the SE could go back to VS now, IMHO). It is unknown if Poly's is in PH or allied hands at this time, as it was unenterable. Beasley Mall is well defended at this time. Radio reports received there indicate that 67 soldiers have been revived and will be participating in local operations.colonel al
July 27th, 2006 The Mall seems to be PH free, for now. -- Zek Noltine
July 26th, 2006 Well, really not 32 fatalities, a few more. In the most memorable episode of "El camión del tapicero", PH Cultists have killed 145 unbelievers. St. Polycarp's portrait in the Holy temple of Wray Heights is said to have displayed a joyfull smile.
July 26th, 2006 Blesley Mall has suffered a break-in with at least 32 fatalities. Necrotech staff will be on hand to revive those unfortunate enough to be killed. Anyone with Necrotech skills high enough is asked to contribute. It seems like a small coordinated attack for the moment, but it is unknown if it is indicative of a larger horde. UPDATE: At the moment, there are 168 dead bodies outside of the SW corner of Blesley Mall. This could be a very dangerous situation. --Stickman 03:09, 27 July 2006 (BST)
July 26th, 2006 After attacking me, NeiltheScorpion has run off from the Black Hunters HQ; given his threats it seems he intends to stay in the area. Kill on sight, and note that he is heavily armed.--Sanshiro
July 25th, 2006 NeiltheScorpion was sighted in the Black Hunters HQ; I gave him a good fire-axing, but did not have enough energy to finish the job--Sanshiro
July 25th, 2006 Darn whos the ass who revived those dicks....--Coolo 02:37, 26 July 2006 (BST)
July 25th, 2006 please see Gulsonside for the latest news regarding the zombie invasions from East Greyside and Scartletwood.
- "NeiltheScorpion" destroyed the generator at Bullen Building today (the rally point for Scarletwood and East Greyside defenders). He is a known member of "The Scorpion Group", last attributed to multiple generator destruction at Blesley Mall. He has a bounty on his head, and all are encouraged to report his whereabouts and execute him.
July 23rd, 2006 Actully the St. Holy's church will not serve as an entry point due to it that is our HQ so please find another one or stick with Northcote or try St. Patrick's church we never use that part of the HQ anyway.--Coolo 03:44, 24 July 2006 (BST)
July 23th, 2006 Both Northcote Avenue Fire Station and St. Holy's Church serve as entry points to the mall. These buildings should never be barricaded past "Very Strong". If you see these points have been over-barricaded, break the barricades back down to a "VS" level. --Stickman 20:55, 23 July 2006 (BST)
July 23rd, 2006 We need to have an escape building. All the other escape buildings have been holed up. We have tracked the group and killed them yesterday. If they are revived you are considered an enemy and we take down all enemies to the BHG. Their headquarters or where we found them was in Vinetown and when Yaya went up there there were barely any zombies. Or we should just go a little bit north if we are wrong please correct us on our discussion page Black Hunter Group. And we just need lizardcoolz to come down to make 1/4 of our group to help there. And holy shit I got a template about me check it out its some fucked up shit i say. --Coolo 20:26, 23 July 2006 (BST)
|This user thinks Coolo is the greatest spy ever.|
July 23rd, 2006 Reports are coming in of mass groups moving into our suburb from the south. One survivor reported, "South Crowbank/North Gulsonside: about 300 Zombies reported! They seem to gather, Hordes of 40 seen. Beware!" Prepare your escape routes if the worst should happen. --Stickman 14:53, 23 July 2006 (BST)
July 23rd, 2006 The Black Hunter Group won't allow such destruction here because we are now bringing in the renforcements now. We may have the Urban Guerillas come the The Malton Mafia come and the legendary Channel 4 News Team come to the mall as well as our selves. We won't let the zombies take over the mall without a fight to do this we must keep at least one or two open escape routes if the mall falls and retreat to Osmonville if this happens. All the buildings must be EH+ Barricaded if they do come and have one escape route building so that people can come back in.--Coolo 01:23, 23 July 2006 (BST)
July 22, 2006 The scorpion group continue to be a nuisance to survivors, having destroyed 2 generators within an hour of each other.  Unable to locate their safehouse, survivors have just learned to deal with the hassle of having to install new generators. They ceratinly are making a lot of enemies, considering how small their group is. This will be the last screenshot I post of their activity. Enough evidence has been gathered. Survivors report moderate incoming zombie activity from the west and the north. The Malton suburb map seems to be almost completely under zombie control. It won't be long before Gulsonside, and inevitably Blesley Mall, become the focus of a coordinated zombie attack. Unfortunately, many avenues of escape have become overrun with the dead and are no longer viable options. It seems like we are losing the war against the dead. --Stickman 15:07, 22 July 2006 (BST)
July 19, 2006 "It takes a big man to threaten from the shadows. I guess I'll just have to start killing everyone else until the one hidden reveals himself." -- Attributed to NeilTheScorpion while cleaning his collection of firearms. 16:03, 20 July 2006 (BST)NeilTheScorpion
July 19, 2006 - NeiltheScorpion has been caught destroying a generator. This screenshot is evidence enough to that fact: The survivors responsible for this image have asked to remain anonymous. Effective immediately, I ask that anyone knowing the whereabouts of either scorpionbob or NeiltheScorpion should make a report here, and/or deal with the situation with maximum lethal force. Do not revive these players if you see them, they are a threat to all survivors. --Stickman 14:18, 20 July 2006 (BST)
July 19, 2006 - Just heard over the radio that you want any reports on NeilTheScorpion. Saw him GK in Joachim Mall within the last week or so. Searched him out, found where he was sleeping, but I was close to out of AP. Went back to Joachim Mall and reported his position. Someone else (sorry, I can't remember who it was) took care of him. -- Zek Noltine
July 19, 2006 - In response to threats put forth by NeiltheScorpion, a somewhat small group of secretive survivors have prepared this response:"NeiltheScorpion, if anyone in our group witnesses you killing survivors or destroying generators, you will be shot without warning. As for scorpionbob, he has already made his intentions clear. There are few of you, there are many of us. Leave us alone or you will die." It certainly sounds like this group means business. Time will tell if they have the ability to stop the treacherous scorpion group, of whom there seem to be only two members. --Stickman 17:53, 19 July 2006 (BST)
July 18, 2006 - (part b) - The Mall belongs to the Scorpions. We hereby claim it. Make no mistake. Leave or die. - NeilTheScorpion
July 18, 2006 - scorpionbob has made his way from Buckley Mall in Wyke Hills to Blesley Mall. I don't know how he managed to get a revive, as he is a chronic generator killer. He contributes nothing to the survivor cause, and should be dealt with accordingly. I have witnessed him destroy several generators, but I can offer no photographic evidence as the screenshots have been lost. If you catch him in the act, get a screenshot and report him to an anti-GK group at once. - stickman
July 13, 2006 - UPDATE: The Black Hunter Group is a small group (approx 15 members) who, as of June 21, turned away from PK-ing and now claim to be fighting to eradicate zombie activity in Malton. I have been asked to pass along this message from an individual representing a band of concerned survivors at Blesley Mall: "Although we appreciate your assistance, we will be watching out for signs of betrayal. If you turn on us, Coolo, you will pay for the deeds of your group." (the individual who made this comment asked to not be identified) - stickman
July 13, 2006 - A small group of 7 zombies has been sighted 6 blocks west of Blesley mall. Not an indication of a large-scale invasion, but certainly a reason to stay alert. I was unable to scout further to see if more were following due to a lack of AP. IMPORTANT NEWS: Relief on route from Pitneybank! Apparently, the Black Hunter Group will be moving in to the region to perform regular sweeps and mass revives in an effort to return Gulsonside to a "Green Zone" level. I for one offer my thanks for their support in this time of increased zombie organization. As a survivor of both Pole Mall and Buckley Mall, I can tell you we need all the help we can get. Looking at a map of Malton it's seems like the Big Bash (its constituents and partners) have certainly painted the town red - with our own blood. - stickman
July 12, 2006 - Rumours of a large group of zombies migrating in from the west are as of yet unconfirmed, so far only one survivor, "zombiemstr", has offered up any comments to clarify, stating that it is a large horde. At this time, it is unknown whether or not this is true, although there has been a slight increase in break-ins all around the Blesley Mall area. A scouting operation should be planned to verify the truth of this approaching horde and the results posted here. Also, reports of a group of PK'ers holed up in Bane Museum have come in. Proper authorities should investigate. Survivors should start planning their escape routes to nearby "Green Zone" malls (refer to Wiki Suburb Map) in the event this horde is indeed on its way. - stickman
July 8, 2006 - No significant increase in zombie activity as of yet. Occasionally some ferals will form a small group but they lack organization and are quickly dispatched. Revive points seeing a lot of action. PK-ing is down. - stickman
June 20, 2006 -280+ Survivors Held up in Blesley Mall.Reports Coming in about Zeds Moving in from the South.PKing on the Rise Inside Mall.
June 1, 2006 - A member of the Former Malton Postal Workers Union attacked and killed 5 survivors before saying, "You have all just witnessed the 3rd freak out of The Former Malton Postal Workers Union. I have calmed down now. But, remember tampering with the mail is a federal offense!"
May 15, 2006 - The suburb is so peaceful you can sleep at a revive point during peak gaming hours. Some small scale invasions occur in the north and the west but no zombie has strayed near Blesley all month. Some blocks are weaker than others but for the sake of secrecy during the next invasion i wont say which. For log purposes, the total population of Blesley Mall now is 317 with science staffs and gate guards not included at the entry points and Necrotech buildings in the neighborhood.
May 13, 2006 - This mall is well organized and heavily barricaded. Peaceful as you can expect, which is actually pretty good. Hundreds inside, rarely a single zombie outside most days, and the ones that are poking about the revive points.
March 31, 2006 - Blesley Mall for several days now has been back under Survivor control with virtually no zombies in sight.
March 7, 2006 - Blesley Mall has been overrun by a horde of roughly 40 zombies. The surrounding area, including the fire station, the cemetery, Club Wadley and the patch of wasteland to the south-west, contain around 45 zombies in total. The mall is unbarricaded.
February 12, 2006 - The mall has fallen back into the hands of the zombie hoard.
January 26, 2006 - The mall is back under survivor control, for the time being. But it is still far from safe. There are currently 40+ zeds knocking at our door. God's Speed Caiger.
January 23, 2006 - The mall has been breached by a horde of zombies.
January 13, 2006 - Good work with the evacuations, all. After the heat dies down we can rebarricade this mall back up, perhaps in a week.
January 12, 2006 - This mall is under attack. It's too far away from most other survivors, so this mall must be abandoned. All survivors, scatter and make your way to Caiger Mall, or see if you can reinforce Buckley.