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Buttonville seems to have returned to pre-outbreak conditions. Most of the suburb is powered, very few (if any) zombies are being reported and a sizeable amount of buildings have a generator and a radio installed. Buckley Mall is being held by local, unaffiliated survivors and The Randoms seem to rejoy in decorating the reclaimed houses with a veritable plethora of artwork. The Mechel Museum no longer maintains barricades and welcomes all artloving visitors. Due to this policy, it is the only red building in the entire suburb. Neighbouring suburbs like Williamsville and Kinch Heights apparently are experiencing a similar evolution. PB&J 08:44, 6 June 2016 (UTC)
The majority of the suburb is safe. Buckley Mall is currently held by Woodbury and surrounding buildings should be considered not safe for survivors. --K 14:41, 30 December 2014 (UTC)
26.84 MHz:"... Very few zomb sightings....Many survivor sightings....several buildings have power...Mall status unknown. Through intel reports and scouting, it appears that it is in ruins because of the Zed Group Woodbury that operates in Wyke Hills to the east" -- Sleepy1537
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted maybe a dozen outside ... they're just wandering around ... several buildings with power ... some minor structural damage ... the Tebbett Building is looking wrecked ..." -- Jen T | SFHNAS | PK 12:21, 24 August 2014 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Buttonville ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... can't see a single ruined building ... Buckley Mall is operational ..."-- Jen T | SFHNAS | PK 15:05, 12 August 2014 (UTC)
- The Great Suburb Group Massacre 2013 is in full swing! If your group is listed in this suburb's infobox, you should have received a message detailing how to confirm your activity. Please see this page for more information.
For much of May, a small horde created havoc in Buttonville, focused on the NT buildings. They rolled from west to east. By the end of May, Buttonville was back to it's more usual laid back life style. --ZaqWer 20:00, 4 June 2012 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted maybe a dozen outside ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... the Fort Buildin is in bad shape ..." - Grakmar 22:18, 26 April 2012 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Buttonville ... lights are on across the suburb ... can't see a single ruined building either ... the Tebbett Building is operational ..." -- #nerftemplatedsigs 10:46, 12 March 2012 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted maybe a dozen outside ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Fort Buildin is being held ..." (1 hour and 13 minutes ago) →Son of Sin← 21:33, 4 December 2011 (UTC)
29.00 MHz (Anonymous): "Buttonville has been massacred." (3 minutes ago) → TheSonOfSin ← 01:59, 1 November 2011 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Buttonville ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Fort Buildin [sic] is being held ... the Pryor Building is out of action ..." (8 hours and 21 minutes ago) →Son of Sin← 23:18, 27 October 2011 (BST)
- Apparently, External Military can make mistakes. This was not the first time they spelled the name of the Fort Building wrong. After all, they are only humans. -- Kittithaj 09:32, 2 December 2011 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got maybe a dozen active ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's on at Buckley Mall ..." (2 hours and 50 minutes ago) →Son of Sin← 17:32, 17 October 2011 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Buttonville ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... Buckley Mall is operational ..." (1 hour and 8 minutes ago) →Son of Sin← 21:30, 12 October 2011 (BST)
"... can see over a hundred on the streets of Buttonville ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Brazey Building has fallen - repeat, the Brazey Building has fallen ..." Sukyanti 11:11, 6 June 2011 (BST)
"... leaving Buttonville, counted about eighty outside ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Tebbett Building is looking wrecked..." Sukyanti 13:06, 30 May 2011 (BST)
"... leaving Buttonville, counted nearly a hundred outside ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Tebbett Building is in bad shape ..." Sukyanti 13:31, 14 May 2011 (BST)
Suburb remains in ruins. Few survivors, if any, and most are probably migrating to safer pastures. DNA scans show that The Dead still have presence, with at least four low-level zombies occupying the NT buildings in the Northeast. Pretty much every building has a zed in or outside of it, so I'm upgrading the suburb back to Very Dangerous. --Thorgold 07:23, 14 May 2011 (BST)
The Dead (or at least the Globetrotters) have arrived in Buttonville and the mall and St Soters have been attacked as well as a few random PKings that I know of around the suburb. There was also a random horde of 25 zombies sat at the Randoms HQ of Griffiths Park yesterday but I have no idea what they're there for. - Love from Swing XOXOXTalk 11:39, 17 April 2011 (BST)
The great suburb group massacre has been completed for this suburb. As such, Malton Telephone, Red Guards of Williamsville, The Survivor's Republic and Sisters of Death have been removed from the suburb listing. -- Spiderzed▋ 16:43, 7 February 2011 (UTC)
Buckley Mall has been under siege on and off for most of the month control swapping every few days or so. Survivors advise bringing extra FAKs whenever entering the SE corner of Buttonville. Zombies advise eating extra Bra!ns whenever entering the SE of Buttville. (uncredited commend in news feed.)
After being ruined by a wave apparently led by RRF, Buttonville is fairly well restored to survivor-friendly peace. There are still ~20 zombies lingering currently focused on the hospital and NT buildings. As of this moment, the only ruined building is Fort Building NT, but several others are threatened. --ZaqWer 15:26, 15 December 2010 (UTC)
Apparently, it is so safe here, that survivors are hanging around outdoors. Saw at least a dozen survivors hanging out in the streets of B'ville. --ZaqWer 19:45, 1 November 2010 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted a couple of dozen outside ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Tebbett Building ..." --Immortal 23:08, 26 October 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... can see twenty or so on the streets of Buttonville ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... some survivor activity in the Brazey Building ... the Pryor Building has fallen - ..." --Immortal 06:44, 23 October 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted about sixty outside ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a few buildings with lights on ... most of the buildings are ruined ... lights are on in the Fort Buildin ... Buckley Mall has fallen - repeat, ..." --Immortal 17:18, 9 October 2010 (BST)
Complete Scout: Survivors showing some life with about 1/3 of buildings with barricades. But zombies have shown they hold the neighborhood, flocking to those resource buildings which have been rebuilt. Total of 96 zombies spotted in the neighborhood. About 20 of those are at revive points. Currently 10 zombies in Buckley Mall. --ZaqWer 01:20, 2 October 2010 (BST)
Just did a complete scout of faire B'ville. There were 76 zombies outside, but that includes 32 at revive locations. Therefore, really only a threat of 30 something survivor hostile zombies. Everything is in ruins except for Ranson Blvd at QSB with zombies outside, Brazey Building, and the factory west of the mall. --ZaqWer 01:01, 27 September 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... crossing Buttonville now, can see over a hundred down there ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Pryor Building is out of action ..." --
SDN 06:08, 24 September 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got over a hundred active ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... Buckley Mall has fallen ..." --
SDN 14:47, 23 September 2010 (BST)
The Militant Order of Barhah has entered the suburb increasing the already high number of zombies. Buttonville has fallen. Thomas Midwestern 16:33 21 September 2010 (AST)
25.96 Mhz: "Large groups of zombies, I doubt they're affiliated with eachother but they tend to cluster. Most important building are occupied, and many zombies roam the streets. I strongly suggest humans move somewhere safer." -- Streaky 17:00, 19th September 2010 (GMT)
Total current zombie count (outside only) 140. Number of buildings ruined 27 (half). Basically, 3/4ths of Buttonville is destroyed with the exception of the SE corner near the mall which temporarily has the illusion of being safe. --ZaqWer 17:29, 19 September 2010 (BST)
Buttonville has been relatively peaceful, however the recent sighting of a large mob in the suburbs north-west corner could indeed be a problem.
The peace enjoyed in months earlier is summed up by the report of almost no Zeds and all buildings intact at one point. Whether this will continue we shall see. --Officer Mead Sheaffer 10:46, 14 September 2010 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... looking quiet in Buttonville ... lights are on across the suburb ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's on at the Pryor Building ..." -- Kittithaj 19:05, 20 August 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got about forty active ... a few outside the Bainton Hotel ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... only a few buildings damaged ... lights are on in Buckley Mall ... the Pryor Building has fallen ..." -- #nerftemplatedsigs 01:55, 3 July 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted about forty outside ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... lights are on in the Fort Buildin ... the Pryor Building has fallen - repeat, ..." -- Kittithaj 14:30, 1 July 2010 (BST)
St. Soter's Hospital attacked by Sisters of Death and a couple of zeds. Status of hospital is unknown but most likely lost to them considering the number of survivors there. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Seth Hawthorne (talk • contribs) 02:22, 17 June 2010 (BST).
25.96 MHz: "... minimal activity in Buttonville ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Brazey Building has power ..." -- Kittithaj 19:01, 7 June 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got maybe a dozen active ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's on at Buckley Mall ..."
- Exactly the same as the last one. -- Kittithaj 21:43, 19 May 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got twenty or so active ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's on at Buckley Mall ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 12:55, 17 May 2010 (BST)
- 25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got maybe a dozen active ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's on at Buckley Mall ..."
- Six hours later and there are less zombie in the suburb. A good sign. -- Kittithaj 19:03, 17 May 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... looking quiet in Buttonville ... lights are on across the suburb ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's on at the Pryor Building ..." -- Kittithaj 21:56, 11 May 2010 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted maybe a dozen outside ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... the Tebbett Building is operational ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 11:59, 7 May 2010 (BST)
NecroWatch reported in from the Tebbett Building today. A recent NecroNet scan revealed that there were 10 zombies within scanning range of the facility. Of these numbers, 3 zombies were standing at the Craddock Road revive point over in Wyke Hills. The remaining detected zombies, which numbered in the 1's and 2's, posed no serious threats to any other specific locations. --Mobius
Most of the buildings are well barricaded and lit. Can't see a single ruined building. All NTs are being held by survivors and Revive Points are cleared. No more than 10 standing zombies (always around the Buckley Mall or waiting at RP) and no more than 20 dead/revivifying bodies. Only stragglers, no organised groups. Seems like the zombie groups: The Undeadites and Minions of the Apocalypse have moved away. --Kwunlei 19:59, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... crossing Buttonville now, can see twenty or so down there ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... power's on at the Pryor Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 12:54, 5 March 2010 (UTC)
Buckley got trashed by two dozen disorganized zekes. The Randoms enacted their default defense plan, which was to scamper to the safety of darkened banks and clubs. 'Atta girls! Puggy Teatswell 17:17, 3 March 2010 (UTC)
Two dozen disorganized zekes or 30+ Undeadites, MOTA, and FU. Whatever wording you'd prefer. Tom-a-toe, Tomatoe. --El Coo Cooi 05:35, 4 March 2010 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got thirty or so active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... only a few buildings damaged though ... Buckley Mall is operational ... the Pryor Building is down ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 01:41, 25 February 2010 (UTC) (broadcast February 24)
Slowly but surely, life seeped back into Buttonville. The Malton Strike corps, the Deck of 52, and others laid in ruins. But life moves on without them. Syringes pressing upon the skin of their fellow survivors, waiting so long for those revives, have finally, at last, become alive once more. Now Buttonville does what it can to reclaim it's glory before the fall to the MOB, that so brutally swept the resistance to their feet. Shaking a fist at the name of the MOB is the least one can do, less they waste AP mourning the fall of the suburb. --Officer Mead Sheaffer 18:13, 16 February 2010 (UTC)
After several weeks with no sightings, The 3rd Waye, 501st U.S. Army Battalion, Army Of One Love, Deck of 52, Malton Strike Corps, Thundercats, and The order of the holy shotgun have been removed from this suburb. --Maverick Talk - OBR 404 08:43, 12 February 2010 (UTC)
External Military: "... can see twenty or so on the streets of Buttonville ... maybe a dozen outside the Brazey Building ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Brazey Building has power ..." Laitaine 17:33, 31 January 2010 (UTC)
Deciding to get in the holiday spirit, the MOB shared the gift of Barhah with all of the locals, groaning out zombie carols and shambling into buildings they
broke into were invited to enter. They even remembered to check their list twice after having spread their holiday cheer, only to find that they had already visited all of the good little buildings on their list. Having given the gift of a ruined suburb to the locals, the MOB prepared to spread their zombie cheer elsewhere. —Aichon— 08:19, 24 December 2009 (UTC)
Buckley Mall and the surrounding buildings have all fallen to the murderous hands of the Militant Order of Barhah, this marks the elimination of the last survivor foothold in Wyke Hills. The MOB has thus begun to move into Buttonville, leaving several buildings ruined already. Survivors are doing their best to brace for this attack. -- Papa Jadkor (RRF) (MotA) (MT11) 19:08, 21 December 2009 (UTC)
- Zombies and humans have been bucking heads and duking it out. Buckley Mall fought valiantly - but fell. Survivors fled to Garlick Square Fire Station, and are now in a brutal battle with Zeds. Both sides have gained more members each. The commander of the defense fell in combat, and so the survivors panicked. This sudden increase of Zeds is the presence of the Militant Order of Barhah. Zeds are scattered around Buttonville, same with survivors. Humans advise sleeping in low targeted places or in groups. Zeds recommend eating idiots that fall asleep in the streets because there isn't many places to run and hide. God save us all, give us some Italian food. And strike down all the over-barricaders. --Officer Mead Sheaffer 18:13, 16 February 2010 (UTC)
- Give this was posted months after, questionable history. --ZaqWer 22:20, 20 April 2013 (BST)
Buckley Mall has been captured by the zeds except for one corner still occupied by about 30 survivors, zombie numbers are increasing throughout the suburb although most buildings in the South are still lit.--Regnikov 06:53, 20 December 2009 (UTC)
- Buttonville's zombies have been in considerable danger due to the past six raids led by the hit-and-run group that established themselves back in 2008, the Malton Strike Corps. Zombies report that stray zeds should try to locate fast moving groups AHEAD of time and clear out. They are armed and dangerous. 18:13, 16 February 2010 (UTC)
- Give this was posted months after, questionable history. --ZaqWer 22:20, 20 April 2013 (BST)
The lights are on in the Northeast corner and most buildings are occupied. A couple are over-barricaded but most are at plan.--Realization4 03:27, 10 December 2009 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got thirty or so active ... maybe a dozen outside the Pryor Building ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... Buckley Mall is operational ... the Pryor ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 14:59, 10 November 2009 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... crossing Buttonville now, can see twenty or so down there ... maybe a dozen outside the Pryor Building ... lights are on across the suburb ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's on at the Pryor Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 11:46, 26 October 2009 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Buttonville ... they're just wandering around ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Brazey Building has power ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 21:43, 6 October 2009 (BST)
Scan from tebette shows low level of zombie activity...almost none at all but further north zombies are trying to break into the brazey building and other resource buildings there.But what is safe to say is the south east side of buttonville is safe for now.<9.45am/MAL>Doomlancer reporting from buckley mall.
25.96 MHz: "... can see about forty on the streets of Buttonville ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Brazey Building is being held ... looks like the Pryor Building has ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 15:10, 1 October 2009 (BST)
Buttonville activity has become low.Zombie population are decreasing.From a scan from tebette building, very few zombies are in sight which is aproximately less than 10.While in the brazey building, a minor break in ocur somewhere in the morning but it was up and back on running afew hours ltr thanks to fast moving survivors.A scan from brazey shows quite a number of zombies but less than the last scan made..-doomlancer(6.56pm/MAL)<Brazey building>-clearing the plague one bullet at a time
Base on recent activities,members have been sent for recon mission in the norther part of buttonville.From a scan from tebette building there is almost NO zombies at all except afew at the revive point.However this does not mean all is safe because after a small recon to brazey building for a scan, it apears that HORDES of zombies are hiding away from the range of tebette which means every square inch after the brazey building is occupied by at least 1 zombie with the largest concentration of 14 zombies at a NT building north west of brazey building.-doomlancer(10.04am/MAL)<Brazey building>-clearing the plague one bullet at a time
zombies seams to be migrating to the north side of buttonville.There was a break in at brazey and th NT building nearby it but it has been setled with.less then 10 zombies are in the vicinity of the tebette building scan but after a short recon still large number of zombies at the north with the largest grouping of 10..-doomlancer(10.04am/MAL)<buckley mall>-
After a quiet yesterday,zombie activity has increase once again.There has been a breach in the brazey building by a totol of 7 zombies outside and 2 inside.A squad of survivors has been sent to repair the building but sofar repair works cannot be complete as zombies cannot be cleared alltogether.On another note G-ker coolnyou is really getting anoying as he runs around buttonville destroying generators in the mall all the way to necrotech building.-doomlancer(3.34pm/MAL)<mechlan museum>-
The 1st scan from the brazey building is in guys,thanks to all the survivors who help maintain the buildings up in the north.There seam to be 40 zombies surounding the brazey building with the largest group of 4.The upper northen regions seam to have the most concentration of zombies.from the tebette building, not many zombies are around.Aproximately 20 like that only.It seams the zombies a moving on..-doomlancer(3.34pm/MAL)<tebette building>-
Zombie count has drop once again.Base on the scan from the tebette building exactly 31 zombies are in the area.But just as last time we are not sure with the zombies outside of scan range due to lack of ap.Tomorrow a recon squad will be sent again to see the zombie number there and maby get a scan from the brazey building if its not run down by zombie yet. .-doomlancer(6.30pm/MAL)<Buckley mall>-
After a sucessfull mission of the northen clearing,we have manage to take back brazey building (NT) and the mechlen museum building beside it.The building was repaired,rebaricaded to a certain degree of safety due to lack of ap,cleared of zombie,and dumped the zombie bodies outside.However there was a break in at the mechlen museum and one of the squad members who was overniting there after repairing the building was killed by the zombie.However thanks to the survivors in the area the museum was sucessfully taken back and the squad member revived and back on his feet.
-There are 22 zombies located along the north route from the tebette building where the most is 3 block away from the building with the concentration of up to 5 in a square max to 1 in a square minimum
-There are 29 zombies located at the whole west side of the tebette building with the most made up of 8 zombies exactly 4 square north west from tebette and the most concentrated at the south west end with the max count at 4 and minimum count at 1
conclusion:This can mean that the zombie at the north are starting to move in to the mall so survivors are asked to help rebaricade the area and constantly check for break in as well as kill as many zombies as possible to deter break in's and oh yea try to avoid zombie at the rp's ok. till then.-doomlancer(4.54pm/MAL)<Buckley mall>-
There was a break in at buckley mall where we manage to identify coolyou who probably tried to destroy the generator but well somehow became a zombie and well infected afew.His body was shot with shotgun by our squad and thrown out the dam building for all we care.Please dont revive him .-doomlancer(6.19pm/MAL)<Buckley mall>-
From the tebette building 51 zombies are in scanning range.Most of the are located at the north part of the city.aproximately 27 are there while 10 at the north west and afew at directly west. While trying to clear the northen part of the city to make it a better place to live in,Our patrol found a HUGE amount of zombies there in and out of the building.Most buildings in the state of horribly run down and will be needing the help of a tool box to fix.Today a squad of 3 was sent to the north side of town to be cleared up however the mission was a failure as there was too many zombies in the area and buildings need alot of repairs.Survivors visiting the area are advise to avoid the north side at the same time please feel free to clear them up as the help would really be apreciated.-doomlancer(3.55/MAL)<Buckley mall>-
The tebette building was over run by zombies this morning but all;s taken care off thanks to the survivor team work.The building has also already been rebaricaded however i dont think its fuelled up yet so no scans were made -doomlancer(4.35pm/MAL)<Buckley mall>-
After a quick recon mission consisting of 2 members which are doomlancer and knightly we have found out that our suspicion was right.Zombie count at the mall has decreased only because massive hordes of zombies are outside the border about the area of the brazen building and the fort building.Massive hordes of zombies in and out of the building consisting of 5-9 in a group not including inside or outside the buildings.A small squad will be sent there to help exterminate the zombies will other survivors can help by repairing the buildings once the extermination is done.Survivors are advised to move via jumping through buildings to avoid zombie hordes. -doomlancer(11.48am/MAL)<Tebette building>-
After a regular patrol routine and some safety scans involving looking and repairing damage baricades and not forgetting clearing the place of zombies.The zombie count in the area is now 31. The scan from the tebbett building confirm our numbers however this can simply just mean zombies have hide outside the range of the scanner which is (if ur unaware) 5 squares from the building. Tomorrow a small dispatch team will be sent to see if there are actually any zombies hiding beyond range or merely they have migrated.Survivors are warned to be cautious.
The zombie location;-
-At the west of the tebbett building there seams to be where the large amount of zombies are. aproximately 15 at the north west and 3 at north south.
-10 zombies are spotted ablock away from the building in bigest group of 3's from the north section all the way to north east section.
-3 zombies at the cemetary just beside the mall -no harm there i guess-
The mall has been up and running again with the help of many people i guess who was in the area.After a long absence The army of One love has return to serve Buttonville.From the tebett building a scan show more than 60 zombies around the mall.Survivors in the mall are advise to constantly baricade the wall according to the baricade plan which means hospital,necro and mall are baricaded as much as posible.Army of one love will resume patrol over the mall area however 2 people wont be able to do much so please feel free to blast zombies too ok.Till tmo -doomlancer/surabar-
The mall has fallen, as have most buildings. Zombies everywhere.
--DraxReaper 22:15, 26 August 2009 (BST)
Is this the Gore Corps which I see before me,
A shotgun toward my face? O, shall I fight thee?
I search the area, and yet find nothing.
Art thou not, fatal zombies, sensible
To feeling as to taste? or art thou but
a hankering for brains, a single purpose,
Proceeding from a rot-opressèd mind?
- Magbazh (Agz 2, Zahn 2)
25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got maybe fifty active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... Buckley Mall is operational ..." --Rat of Steel 04:36, 18 August 2009 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted thirty or so outside ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... the Tebbett Building is operational ..." --Rat of Steel 21:44, 15 August 2009 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Buttonville ... a few outside Cabble Alley Railway Station ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Brazey Building has power ..." --Rat of Steel 13:32, 9 August 2009 (BST)
Based on recent External Military data, the danger level of Buttonville has been downgraded from Moderately Dangerous to Safe. --Rat of Steel 13:32, 9 August 2009 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... crossing Buttonville now, can see about forty down there ... a few outside the Brazey Building ... lights are on across the suburb ... only a few buildings damaged though ... some survivor activity in the Pryor Building ... the Brazey Building is ..." --Rat of Steel 03:56, 17 July 2009 (BST)
Based on recent External Military data, the danger level of Buttonville has been downgraded from Dangerous to Safe. --Rat of Steel 03:56, 17 July 2009 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... can see about eighty on the streets of Buttonville ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... some survivor activity in the Brazey Building ... the Fort Buildin is out of ..." --Rat of Steel 17:16, 11 July 2009 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted about sixty outside ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... lights are on across the suburb ... only a few buildings damaged though ... the Fort Buildin is being held ..." --Rat of Steel 08:21, 25 June 2009 (BST)
Based on recent External Military data, the danger level of Buttonville has been downgraded from Dangerous to Moderately Dangerous. --Rat of Steel 08:21, 25 June 2009 (BST)
The necrotech building has been taken over by zombies.Exactly 16 inside and 2 outside the building.There are still many zombies around the NE corner of buttonville.All help is appreciated
To add: The Brazey Building has fallen and is in complete ruins. The Fort building has survivors but is infested with 9 zombies at the time of this report. Please remain on high alert. Rosalina 01:49, 16 June 2009 (BST)
Exactly 88 zombies around the necrotech building with the largest group of 14 and smallest of 3. Serious dangerous and zombie break in are becoming frequent.Survivors in need of a reload are recomended to head to the amo warehouse or police station.Changing the danger status from safe to moderately dangerous
About 20++ zombies detected by the necrotech building around buckley mall area.about 5 zombies manage to break it hutching bank.the radio tower seams to be down again.Activity in area is certainly rising. doomlancer reporting from hutching bank
suprisingly quiet zombie activity in buttonville.only 15 zombies spotted at the cemetary beside buckley mall waiting be be revived i guess.In an unrelated matter however PKing activities has been frequently increasing.doomlancer reporting from tebette building
Fairly little of zombies are left from the zombie raid.Looks like survivors did a good job in eradicating the remenents of batshit and reviving their team mates.buttonville is in safe mode once again.In an unrelated report,there are only a few zombies around buckley mall about 10.1 and the cemetary,1 at the wasteland,1 was killed by me at the tebette building,2 somewhere else and 5 inside the church beside buckley mall at west grayside.
Buckley mall manage to survive the raid by the zombie group who called themself batshit.well remenents of the raid are still scatered around the mall.aproximately 16 zombies have been detected by the necro net 3 below buckley mall,4 at the wasteland the rest are a rag team of 1-2 zombies who are just laying around the area.Thanks to all the civillian in the mall who help kick some batshit butt yesterday.Civillians are recomended to reload today and if theres anything left tomorrow we will and lend a hand in clearing out the zombies.adios. user:doomalncer reporting from tebette building
Buckley is being invaded as well as afew other buildings such as the tebette building.base on my resource it is by a group called batshit.Army members have already been exhausted by the defence at griffin park,tebette building and the space around it and may not be able to help in the mall break in anymore.all civillian in area please lend a helping hand and shoot those zombie heads off them.User:doomlancer
25.96 MHz: "... crossing Buttonville now, can see maybe a dozen down there ... all stragglers, no groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... power's on at the Pryor Building ..." --Rat of Steel 13:11, 28 May 2009 (BST)
A huge amount of zombies have been spotted at the area northwest of tebette building where the largest gathering of zombies are about 12 in a single spot which is exactly griffin park. All army members are doing their best in zaping out as many zombie as we can. All active pro-survivor group and civilian are being ask to aid the extermination of the giant zombie group at the particular area.In an unrelated matter,the radio mass is apparently out of gas thus help is required to refuel it.user:doomlancer
- External Military: "... crossing Buttonville now, can see thirty or so down there ... all stragglers, no groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Pryor Building has power ..."Laitaine 22:00, 26 May 2009 (BST)
Based on information from the recent External Military report and other sources, the danger level of Buttonville has been downgraded from Moderately Dangerous to Safe. --Rat of Steel 22:37, 26 May 2009 (BST)
Quite a number of zombies have been sucessfully slain by the army of one love at the north west area from hutching bank which is around griffin park.All thats left are about groups of 1-2 zombies.no longer any major threat to buttonville.However survivors are still ask to be cautious because we still dont know if this was a coincident or a devious plot.on an unrelated matter scan from the tebette building show 2 zombie at griffin park,1 zombie at the wasteland rp point and 2 zombies at the cemetary beside pole mall no major threat. user:doomlancer
The army of one love have started a revive service around pole mall those who are in need of a revive can now mail them to doomlancer's email which is email@example.com an unrelated topic a number of zombies have turn up at the northwest side of hutching bank they apear to be in groups of 2-5.Survivors are ask to be cautions as army members and the security force of the mall take down the zombies.all help available are welcomed. user:doomlancer
NecroWatch reported in from the Brazey, the Fort, the Pryor & the Tebbett Buildings. The scan revealed 28 zombies within the scanning range of the facility. 4 were at a cemetary RP next to the PryorNT, 12 were over the borders in other 'burbs; the remaining zombies were milling about in numbers of 1 to 2 & posed no serious threat except to survivors loitering outside
25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe a dozen on the streets of Buttonville ... they're just wandering around ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Brazey Building ..." --Eve Amedeus 00:08, 20 May 2009 (BST)
NecroWatch reported in from the tebbett building.Almost no zombie at all in the area of 5 buildings away from the building.Only one zombie was located at the Lethebe Building which is south west of the tebbett ...no major threats yet.All is quiet. --User:Doomlancer/Signature
NecroWatch reported in from the Pryor Building. 8 zombies were in scanning range of the facility. 3 of them were "Mrh?"ing at a cemetery and 2 more were at the Missen Building in Williamsville. -- -Alka Selzer- [ Talk - Map - Stuff ] 06:51, 20 April 2009 (BST)
17 April 2009
The Army of One Love officialy setles down in buttonville and is setting up base in top left side buckley mall.The Army in an undated statement stated they will help protect buttonville especially around buckley mall from zombies..
Buckley mall zombie report: There are curenlty very small amount of zombies around here...1 or 2 to be precise nearby the Tebbett building.A rumor has been going on that there might be a mall tour heading towards buckley mall.Survivors should be cautious at all times. User:Doomlancer/AOL
Changing Suburb danger level to Moderate, zombie activity is increasing around buckley mall. --Simmitynl 16:21, 18 March 2009 (UTC)
- Update:The investigative reports here at Rnrarrrhdio 28.05 News have used their Undeadite sources to reveal that the zombies the Undeadites were seen greeting in the streets of Buttonville yesterday were actually their brothers in Barhah, the Mall Tour. It appears Buckley and this suburb are all but lost. This of course is to be expected with harmanz involved with the Undeadites and The Mall tour...Rnrarrrhdio 28.05 News signing off --Doctor Morgus 23:10, 18 March 2009 (UTC)
Rnrarrrhdio 28.05 News with an exclusive report: The Undeadites are running rampant through south Buttonville. They can now be seen throughout the streets giving some sort of zombish greeting to other zeds entering the area. What does it all mean? Stuy tuned for part 2 of this exclusive report...Rnrarrrhdio News signing off.--Doctor Morgus 20:35, 17 March 2009 (UTC)
NecroWatch reported from The Brazey Building and The Fort Building today. Scans showed 7 zombies within range of the two facilities. Zombies were single or in pairs and seem to pose no significant threat to survivor activities. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 21:58, 2 March 2009 (UTC)
NecroWatch reported from the Pryor Building today. Scans showed 9 zombies inside scanning range. Of these, 2 were at Club Margesson and 2 were at Borrer Towers, both in nearby Williamsville. Other zombies were spread out singly and pose no serious threat to survivor activities. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 18:00, 1 March 2009 (UTC)
- Update: NecroWatch reported from the Tebbett Building. Accounting for overlap with Pryor NT, scans revealed an additional 7 zombies. Of these, 2 were at the Lethebe Building and 2 were at the SE corner of Buckley Mall. All other zombies wandering alone. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 18:22, 1 March 2009 (UTC)
February 4th Buttonville's been fairly quiet. Today, however, a small horde of about 15 zombies, mostly from the group The red sparks (carnival club of cologne) have broken into Ranson Blvd Police Station and knocking on doors of surrounding buildings. --ZaqWer 01:25, 5 February 2009 (UTC)
January 22nd I have initiated a proposal to declare Pryor NT building an EHB building instead of VSB. With this, I have also initiated a proposal to open warehouse [42,95] as an entry point as there are few in that area. If you would like to comment, please do so on the Buttonville Barricade discussion page. --ZaqWer 05:08, 22 January 2009 (UTC)
January 20th Buttonville has been maintained very safe for survivors recently although there have been occaisional break-ins at various entry points. In particular, some entrenched zombies have been biting survivors inside St. Columbanus Church on a daily basis. --ZaqWer 17:46, 20 January 2009 (UTC)
January 19th 25.96 MHz: External Military "... streets are looking clear in Buttonville ... suburb's lit up like a Christmas tree ... can't see a single ruined building either ... Buckley Mall is operational ..." --Aximili44 19 January 2009 (UTC)
December 24th Hello...Its me Three Dog here with the news... There has been reports of Gen destroyers, most seem to be around the mall in this area, So keep an eye on them gens. Unknown if there has been Pker attacks in the area, how ever where ever there is Gen destroyers the Pkers arnt far behind. So keep them weapons loaded... And now some music *Puts on Im Tickled Pink* --Three Dog 14:42, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
The Setdance Film Festival run by Thulsa Doom's Temple of Set arrives at Halliley Cinema. All copies of heathen movies are destroyed and replaced with copies of "Conan The Barbarian".--Not A Character 11:40, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
December 13th There are a total of 22 zombies scattered in the neighborhood. Only 3 zombies at all three revive points. Barricades are generally nominal (though Fort NT is ruined at this time). Generators running in nearly all buildings. Now, where are those Christmas lights? --ZaqWer 18:55, 13 December 2008 (UTC)
December 9th Well more than half of Buttonville buildings have barricades, and although zombies are disruptive of survivor plans, with frequent break-ins, there appear to be fewer than 50 non-revive-point zombies. (Adjusting status to moderate.) --ZaqWer 03:28, 9 December 2008 (UTC)
December 5th Complete survey of Buttonville: About 120 zombies are outside, however, almost 50 of those are at revive points. Adding zombies inside, total number of hostile zombies appears to be around 100. Approximately half of buildings are ruined including Pryor NT, Tebbett NT, Whittem Fire, St. Soter's Hospital, and the mall. Fort NT and Brazey NT buildings were barricaded and generated today, however, with double digit zombies outside, that's not likely to last. --ZaqWer 03:12, 5 December 2008 (UTC)
December 4th Although many zombies have moved on to Williamsville, zombies are still primarily in control of Buttonville. Most buildings ruined, with more repaired each day. But zombie presence is high enough that repaired buildings are often ruined again the next day. --ZaqWer 23:03, 3 December 2008 (UTC)
Over 200 zombies currently spotted with all three revive queues in the double digits. In buildings where there are survivors, there are many wounded. Over a third of buildings are ruined including currently Tebbett NT, Fort NT, Brazey NT, Buckley Mall, Ranson Blvd Police Stn, and Garlick Fire Stn. Pryor NT is caded, but with 8 zombies outside, and the front of ruined buildings immediately east. --ZaqWer 04:49, 29 November 2008 (UTC)
- Fort was empty, has been repaired but needs cading. --Apocalyptic doom 15:47, 29 November 2008 (UTC)
25.96 MHz: "... crossing Buttonville now, can see over a hundred down there ... a horde of maybe fifty outside Buckley Mall ... a lot of lights on, though, there are still people down there ... some minor structural damage though ... the Pryor Building has power ..." Laitaine 22:40, 26 November 2008 (UTC)
"Buckley Mall has been breached, 60 zombies have eaten all the survivors in the NE section. 30 zombies were killing the last of the NW section when i fled. SW and SE sections are still largely held by survivors but there's a few zombies in both suggesting that the barricades are failing." Four Hundred Rabbits 19:45, 26 November 2008 (EST)
Over 90 zombies in Buttonville now. More than half of the east is ruined including the three NT buildings, the fire station, and the police station. Zombies have also started tearing at the barricades at the mall. The DvEM is vocal in the area. --ZaqWer 04:32, 25 November 2008 (UTC)
Ranson Boulevard Police Dept ruined. --ZaqWer 14:23, 20 November 2008 (UTC)
Apparently, both attacking zombies and Mrh?-ing refugees from nearby West Greyside, et al., have spilled into Buttonville. The Fort and Brazey NTs have been ruined, and the nearby Ranson Boulevard Police Dept was busted open tonight, as well . Moderate a least. --WanYao 06:55, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Multiple radio Buttonville broadcasts were heard this morning threatening that the zombie group the Shambling Seagulls are on their way. This is curious as the group is marked as "Historical." Their web page indicates roots in the Minions of the Apocalypse, and zombies from that group have been confirmed in the area. --ZaqWer 17:46, 19 November 2008 (UTC)
Only 2 zombies sighted on the streets, compared to 4 survivors. All 14 Tactical Resource Points are powered (including the western half of Buckley Mall), as is most of the suburb. Safe. --Funt Solo QT 18:07, 1 October 2008 (BST)
External Military: "... can see nearly a hundred on the streets of Buttonville ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... some survivor activity in the Brazey Building ... the Pryor Building is ..." Laitaine 04:21, 26 August 2008 (BST)
The northern half of Buttonville is doing quite alright, and tastefully decorated with generators and barricades. The Randoms are welcoming survivors to have a juicebox in the suburb, or perhaps a ham sammich with horse radish...ah delicious, and note that any survivors that are squeamish of possibly being eaten by a zombah may leave if they like due to the presence of zombahs in the southern sections of Buttonville.--Ruan 02:58, 23 August 2008 (BST)
It has now been confirmed that zombies from the Militant Order of Barhah managed to ruin the fourth and final quadrant of Buckley Mall. Few survivors made it out. Survivors are strongly urged to stay away from the southeastern section of the suburb, since it is rumored that MOB has every intention of finishing off the suburb.--FLZombie 04:56, 21 August 2008 (BST)
After striking at a couple of targets in northern Buttonville, namely, the Fort Building NT and the Brazey Building NT, zombies from the Militant Order of Barhah proceeded to converge on Buckley Mall. Gunshots and groans coming from the southern two quadrants seem to indicate the existence of an ongoing fight for control of the building. Even though survivors were initially succesful at replacing the genrators there, zombies have repeatedly destroyed them and managed to ruin half of the mall. Interestingly, some of the zombies seem to be groaning something about Angry Hamish action men. As more groaning zombies come into the southern two quadrants, it would seem advisable at this time for the remaining survivors to hastily evacuate the mall.--FLZombie 05:34, 20 August 2008 (BST)
Confirming the News report from 17 August 2008: many buildings in Buttonville are no longer compliant with the suburb's published barricade policy. This situation, however, has as much to do with the recent arrival of the Militant Order of Barhah, as it does with a local manifestation of Fiddler's Green Syndrome. --WanYao 00:03, 20 August 2008 (BST)
External Military report: "... reporting from Buttonville, I've got nearly a hundred active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... Buckley Mall is operational ... the Brazey Building has fallen ..." (approx. 17 hours ago) --WanYao 00:04, 20 August 2008 (BST)
Many buildings are no longer compliant with Buttonville's Barricade Policy. Survivors are reminded not to barricade designated entry points.
External Military: "... streets are looking clear in Buttonville ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... Buckley Mall is operational ..." Laitaine 06:22, 5 August 2008 (BST)
After recent requests solicited no response, the following group links have been removed from the suburb.
Still lots of survivors. Still lots of PKers. Still no zombies. People are sleeping in the streets. Everything is VS++ or EHB and lit. --Scorpios 18:09, 26 July 2008 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... minimal activity in Buttonville ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Brazey Building has power ..." Laitaine 00:44, 1 July 2008 (BST)
Garlick Fire Station and Buckley mall are held in good dcontrol no zombies in the area and it looks like Wyke hills PPD hasn't fallin yet so get ammo while you can Buttonville Residents --User:Gorfox 11:24 AM, 18 May 2008 (CST)
Due to the efforts of many to bring sweet life to the unfortunate vitally-deprived, there are only a small handful of the brain-rotted roaming the streets and all buildings appear to be in repair. The suburb is safe enough that the Disney Corporation is considering it for its next theme park, "Uncle Zeddie's Magic Village".--Quincy Kildare 21:45, 16 May 2008 (BST)
An ongoing guerilla war is being waged throughout the suburb, a vicious game of hide and seek where the loser gets headshot and dumped out in the street, or gobbled down like a delicious Philly Cheesesteak where the meat is nice and lean and the bread is soft, yet firm, with that slightly crunchy consistancy and the onions....oh the onions are caramelized just right, perhaps having been cooked with some peppers, and the whole thing has that hot sauce on it..you know the kids you can only get at Pat's in South Philly.....um oh yeah. More News at 11!--Daeryon 11:46, 8 May 2008 (BST)
Sorry for the confusion guys, Alexander is apparently a trenchie idiot...I just checked, and all but the NE corner of Buckley are ruined. There are maybe 80 survivors in the NE corner, and about 120 zombies, with another 250 scattered throughout the rest of the mall...Point is, Buckley HAS fallen, I recommend trying to head East to Fort Perryn,there is a minor siege going on there, and the survivors have been holding out with very little trouble for about 2 weeks. Just today, they managed to kill every zombie outside the gatehouse, and the next day to enter is Sunday. In the meantime, good luck and keep safe! TheFriendlyBlackMan 00:45, 1 May 2008 (BST)
Umm, no, Idiots. Buckley has NOT fallen. We still have several hundred survivors who are fighting to the last. The rest of the chicken shitz have left...thats fine, y'all would just been in the way. NE and NW corners are holding. <math>Insert formula here</math> Buckley Mall has been overrun by zeds with now 171 zeds in the mall and survivors are retreating east.--Alexander VIII 18:45, 30 April 08 (BST)
Buckley Mall has fallen. I logged on just in time to see my brains devoured. Time to look for a revive point away from this massive horde! --Scrubbo
Buckley Mall - SW Corner under heavy zed attack, 50 zed inside - Frequent cade breeches and rebuilds - 300+ survivors in rest of mall - Need active reinforcements in SW corner --DDBSA 15:44, 30 April 2008 (BST)
- This humble zombie offers these facts to consider: Shortly after the SW corner was ruined, there were 123 zombies in the mall versus 399 humans. Two and a half hours later, the SE corner is also ruined and now there are 230 zombies inside against 242 humans. I suggest the good sir try some of his own math, zombie numbers doubled in two hours whilst human numbers nearly halved. --Gus Thomas 21:41, 30 April 2008 (BST) RRF-DoHS
I counted near 500 in Buckley, with the Zed force topping 100 at best, stand your groud and there will be little that the Zeds can do.ColinWMD
Zombies started a wide range attack on the Mall and it's surroundings at around 15:00 GMT. vooood
- Anyone still in Buttonville should either stay to defend Buckley Mall or get the hell out of there!! Grungerguy 17:44, 29 April 2008 (BST)
- Tebbett NT fell about an hour ago, ruined with 55 zeds inside. --Irioth 18:21, 29 April 2008 (BST)
- "100 at best"? Tebbet just fell to an assault by almost 150. On a quick trip I counted over 200 zeds outside within a few blocks of Buckley. Reports of NT scans last night said 270 or so *tagged* zeds.
- Buttonville has fallen... Grungerguy 21:31, 29 April 2008 (BST)
- Buttonvile is under heavy assault but Buckley Mall is still standing. There is around 700 survivors there and about 300 zeds outside. He are keeping things up but I don't know how long... I hope we will survive the night...--Chris Madson 23:42, 29 April 2008 (BST)
- The suburb is still under attack, but by Kittens, we're surely not fallen. Doomsayers and the easily panicked always seem to think Buttonville is "dead" when in reality right now The Randoms and allies are still helping rebuild and hold parts of Buttonville. Revive queues are being taken care of, buildings are being caded, it's a warzone, not a deadzone. Buttonville has not "fallen," and the mall is not the only place in Buttonville. The Randoms and allies are here to protect ALL of Buttonville, so please, any survivors feel free to help aid the surrounding area. Make the zombies split their forces up more. May the Kittens guide you. --Ruan 00:39, 30 April 2008 (GMT)
- Garlick fire station is down, don't know how many survivors are there in the buckley mall but probably there are lots, heard they will fight taking knapton back.. thats all from me.. --User:pakornart 9.45, 29 April 2008
After a scan from the Tebbett, there are over 200 confirmed zombies currently in Buttonville. Most buildings toward the southern end are EHB/VSB on can't-walk-in levels. Recommend the danger level is NOT lowered. Allll
Hutchin Bank is on the verge of being ruined. Uncaded with 10 zeds inside and fewer survivors, all of which are wounded to varying degrees. Perhaps the fact that the zeds have penetrated so far south into the burb should be taken into account when changing the danger level. --Irioth 00:38, 29 April 2008 (BST)
Towards the Northern side, the largest group of Zombies I saw was 17. Plenty of buildings barricaded, mostly EHV, but some VSB. I recommend a danger level be lowered. Coldfront 18:53, 27 April 2008 (BST)
Zombies are coming in from the West(Williamsville), North-West(Dartside), North (Kinch Heights), and North-East(West Grayside). And word from my recon is that the Zombies have destroyed Spicer Hills and are running right through to us.
If people chose to high tail it out I wont blame them and it my opinion Miltown should be ButtonVille's escape zone.
And NT Tebbit Has been lost and retaken several times so I think they will be coming from the North more than the other directions.
- "sigh" Were almost out of places to run.
11 Zombies outside Brazey, 1 Zombie outside Mechel.... Got attacked so had to run.... --Zig13 06:31, 25 April 2008 (BST)
Soter's Hospital down... --Perno 08:59, 25 April 2008 (BST)
I am under the impression that Buckley Mall and surrounding buildings have been hit by Zombies and Zombie spys. I was Pked... --Zig13 21:10, 25 April 2008 (BST)
Currently in excess of 60 zombies in NW, Wheddon and Wadman ruined and St. Soter's soon to follow with 37 zombies attacking. With zombies simultaneously attacking Fort NT and the Mall, I'm increasing danger level. --ZaqWer 21:48, 24 April 2008 (BST)
25.96 MHz: "... leaving Buttonville, counted maybe a dozen outside ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Fort Buildin ..."
Based on this I think the suburb should be changed to safe. --Will Cathers 14:30, 23 April 2008 (BST)
I don't think so, been in Buttonville for a few days and yes it safe but there is talk on the radio that a big group of zeds are moving south on Buttonville. I think it's the dead, but hey who knows their numbers are droping and the sea of red is not that red any more. Maybe we will get lucky and they will just go away.--Jamie Cantwell3 18:27, 23 April 2008 (BST)
Jamie's right. the Lockettside horde is moving into Williamsville now, and from there they'll probably go to Buttonville. I don't think there's a single safe area in the whole city, or at least, there won't be for long.--User:John Kingston 20:11 (BST), 3:11 (EST), 23 April, 2008.
- What is this safe you speak of? Is this where you keep your bra!nz? Creeping Crud U 04:30, 24 April 2008 (BST)
Looking out across the suburb from the Buckley Mall there appears to be little change in this region. After a small-scale attack by a minor shambling horde of zombies things look as though they may have quietened down somewhat although it must be said that there seems to be rising PK activity, especially with regards to PK'ers killing other survivors who are waiting at the Wasteland Revive Point for medical treatment. I witnessed one of these PK'ers (who I had seen myself killing survivors waiting at that very Wasteland RP) being killed by a PK-Hunter and, presumably, his body dumped out of the North West corner of the Buckley Mall yesterday. People seemed cheerful and quite relieved. I espied him back inside the North East corner of the Mall today however. Hopefully everyone will be more alert. The way I see it, one less PK'er in a survivor-friendly suburb, the better.
Tebbett Building (NT) currently ruined.--Fausta Gummings 22:35, 17 April 2008 (BST)
Am newish so not sure how many zombies need to be round to change to orange, but alot more zombies hanging around than yesterday! might want an experienced person to check out--kathleen8
- Nah. It's not that bad. Buttonville is currently being attacked by one smallish but effective group which is taking out a couple of buildings at a time, plus quite a few ferals. However, most of those buildings are recovered in a day or two and overall, most resource buildings are intact. There is fear among the survivors that The Dead have returned/will return shortly. But Buttonville isn't that overrun. Yet. --ZaqWer 04:48, 17 April 2008 (BST)
Tebbet Building (NT) ruined. 1 Zombie Outside 25 Inside Hutchin has 7 zombies outside but is still standing... --Zig13 21:18, 16 April 2008 (BST)
Was taking a stroll through the SouthWest to visit the Whittem Place Fire Station. It was ruined, small groups & lone hunters. My planned trip turned into a escape to Williamsville. Buttonville is still somewhat "safe/yellow" but I suspect that to change quickly.--BigKab 14:22, 15 April 2008 (BST)
The Brazey NT has been breached by a small horde of 7 to a dozen. Scans of the zeds occupying the NT showed that at least 2 are members of The Dead. We shoudln't jump to conclusion, but it stands to good reason that where there are a few members of The Dead, there may be more, and indeed an "Unknown Horde" is rampaging in nearby Wyke Hills. Suggest that survivors be on the alert, whilst in the interest of keeping this neutral I shall say that feral zeds should check out the action. Beerhah and Barhah! --Blanemcc 10:41, 13 April 2008 (BST)
External Military Report: "... leaving Buttonville, counted twenty or so outside ... they're just wandering around ... suburb's lit up like a Christmas tree ... can't see a single ruined building either ... the Tebbett Building is operational ..." --Vandurn 21:39, 7 April 2008 (BST)
No zed activity- definatly safe. lots of campers at the mall. most if not all resource buildings are up and running with generators and radio transmittors. quite a boring suburb tbh.--Irounds 10:05, 5 April 2008 (BST)
Not even one zombie could be found in this suburb. Updated to safe.--Sgthastings 19:49, 2 April 2008 (BST)
No ruined buildings left. Power in all critical buildings. Only occaisional zombie infestations. Barricades are at/near plan in most places. New problem is becoming overbarricading. --ZaqWer 21:12, 27 March 2008 (UTC)
There are lights on in building arounf the two NTs in the northeast corner of this suburb. The NTs are still dark but caded. Looks like some survivors are trying to get a foot hold back in the south... --ZSandmann 15:21, 20 March 2008 (UTC)
- While some of the Dead move on, many still remain. Most of the suburb is in darkness, however there are the beginnings of a recovery in the Suburb. The Mall remains in zombie hands, but most of the NTs have been retaken by survivors. -- Cheese 23:31, 20 March 2008 (UTC)
This suburb is completely ransacked, I haven't seen any buildings that aren't ruined much less caded. No groups of more than 15 outside, but nearly every block has zombies. Anyone still breathing should consider this suburb as lost to the horde and move on to greener pastures. --Irioth 21:32, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
The Fort building falls and all 30 survivors die. 20+ horde inside
The SE corner of Buckley Mall is ruined, 61 zombies inside that corner and 26 in the NE (Mandrake 17:38, 10 March GMT)
26.84 MHz: "buckley mall is lost" Was the quote heard by a survivor. The mall is now ruined and 150+ inside
Around 60-80 zombies in the suburb. They will probably be all heading for Buckley Mall shortly. 20 zombies already at the Southwest corner of the mall. Updateing to very dangerous. I know it is not very dangerous yet but it will be shortly.--ChiaPet 20:11, 9 March 2008 (UTC)
- Normally I would be against this....but with the speed of "the dead" and all I guess its probably very dangerous already. Danger level unchanged The man 22:42, 9 March 2008 (UTC)
The suburb is definitely very dangerous at this point. The area around the mall itself is above 50 zoms at this point, not counting the large number of dead surrounding it. Lots of over-barricading going on, if you decide to go outside, you may have to walk a while to get to an entry point. --EchozAurora 23:35, 9 March 2008
Speculation is not appropriate for danger reports. The numbers you've described are NOT "Very Dangerous" numbers. Odds are it will get VD soon enough -- but until then, you ought to report the actual situation on the ground. Espewcially considering that the Dead have been seen en masse in some other nearby suburbs, too... so who's to say for sure where they congregate next? Stick to the facts. --WanYao 04:33, 10 March 2008 (UTC)
Delta Cult officially secedes from The Randoms and becomes the Soviet Empire of Delta Sector.
Captain Neil Johnson: Ahem. WILL PEOPLE PLEASE STOP KILLING AT REVIVE POINTS! THIS IS IMPORTANT! I notice, however, it was mostly noobs who shot me while I waited to be revived...will someone please educate them? Particularly Matthew J Lee, who actually killed me. Matthew, get your finger off the trigger before you get hurt. If you shot me again, I will hunt you down.
This is a friendly warning.
Crimson Vizards Group is born into Buttonville. --Soul Raider 22:35, 27 January 2008 (UTC)
sombre: I set up and fueled a generator at the Tebbet building.
The Randoms' Operation Jolly Lights had every building lit, treed, and decorated with holiday lights for at least most of the holiday. The last few days leading to Christmas were concentrated mostly on refueling and occaisionally replacing trees/decorations destroyed by grinches. --ZaqWer 15:00, 28 December 2007 (UTC)
External Military: "... streets are looking clear in Buttonville ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Fort Buildin [sic] ..." Merry Christmas! --LH779 04:43, 26 December 2007 (UTC)
There are a few zombies around, but nearly all buildings are restored to barricade plan. Additionally, The Randoms are repeating last year's efforts to make sure all buildings in Buttonville are lit with running generators, and trees decorated with Christmas lights. All residents are encouraged to join in the effort so that zombies may enjoy pretty sparkly things.
I killed two zeds in the Pryor building(NT) , repaired it, and got 'cades to EHB. Still 7 zeds outside, plus the two bodies I dumped. We need more people to come keep up the 'cades and/or meatshield. Sleeping by myself in the building. Generator and fuel needed.--Dwpplayer 05:14, 4 December 2007 (UTC)
Thanks mostly to The Randoms with some help from the Dribbling Beavers Buttonville has been quickly taken back into survivor control. Buckley Mall, Tebbet Nt, and many other buildings have been taken back by survivors. Changed suburb to moderate.--Mark15 04:33, 3 December 2007 (GMT-5)
- Lets not forget the recovery efforts by The Fortress who has two 15+ man combat teams (Anaconda and Battlehawk) in Buttonville. : --Tommy Crowbar The Fortress 9:00, 3 December 2007 (CST)
After constant attack by large numbers of zeds for 3 weeks most of Buttonville is now in ruins. The Big Bash has finally moved away from Buttonville and is now attacking East Grayside. The mall and NT buildings are of the utmost importance right now.--Mark15 06:14, 30 November 2007 (GMT-5)
Ranson Boulevard police station has been destroyed as have surrounding buildings. There's currently 39 zeds in Buckley Mall. Lots of small zombie packs roaming the streets, picking on small groups of survivors in buildings. The mall seems the safest place.--Gregory M Thomas 04:29, 27 November 2007 (UTC)
- For the past 10 days Brazey and Fort NT have been under constant siege. The buildings are taken back by survivors only to be destroyed the next day by zeds. Many buildings in East Buttonville are under siege by the Second Big Bash. Oh and BUCKLEY MALL HAS FALLEN!.--Mark15 19:32, 27 November 2007 (GMT-5)
Contact in Buttonvile reports that Brazey NT has been ruined. Also, a small number of zombies outside of the mall.--An Army scout 19:04, 24 November 2007 (UTC)
The siege of Buckley Mall had commenced! All survivors (or zombies) make your way to Buckley to witness the end of the Bash! This ends here! - George Bulst
Quick scouting run of Northern Buttonville, still infested. Ranson is powered, but I didn't check more, The Brazey Building has 19 zombies outside. - George Bulst
A quick glance at the map makes the survivors sigh a collective breath of relief. Once again, the Bash has passed Buttonville over. Although Ranson was ruined by stragglers, this is good news for the humans of Buttonville. - George Bulst
A group currently approaching 40 zombies, inside and out, is attacking the Ranson Boulevard Police Department. Multiple break-ins and numerous survivor casualties are reported. Meanwhile, other groups of zombies have Ruined the Fort NT and several surrounding buildings in the northern part of the suburb. --WanYao 03:19, 19 November 2007 (UTC)
- Yeah, I'm listening to the radio conversation between Buckely and Ranson. Ranson is lost. The work of a zombie spy (zombie in pajamas) caused the barricades to fail and he was combat reviving. That's what the radio says at any point. But, as of now, Ranson is lost, and I would expect a full scale survivor fall back from northern Buttonville at this point. - George Bulst
The Second Big Bash has arrived and defenders were lain to waste rapidly. Within 2 hours they broke in through defensive points. This entire lowest central section of the city should be considered "hot". Avoid as much as possible.--Ram Charger 14:26, 17 November 2007 (UTC)
- ...What are you talking about! The only significant thing that happened was that Rason PD got breached with 17 zeds inside, but The Randoms and fellow survivors have retaken the building. Stick together people we can hold Buttonville. Remember the Alamo! And 300! 6:27pm(GMT-5)Mark15
- Word is that Kinch is actually putting up heavy resistance to the north. Surprising really. Ranson did get hit. But that's about it. --George Bulst
- Well, I just got revived today, and went to check on Ranson, and there are big groups of about 10-20 zeds all over for about a 5 or 6 block radius... 3:13 EZGodmod
On a little scout and kill mission in north western Buttonville, all I saw were a few lone zombies, I suppose most of them are concentrated in the south west area around Pyror. If these can be cleaned out, we could return to Green status - George Bulst
I heard a feeding groan that led me to the Pyror Building, the building is wide open and will be ruined by the zombie mobs that will come. --Frogging101 23:43, 13 November 2007 (UTC)
It looks like the Big Bash has pretty much moved to Williamsville, a few stray zombies lingering and there is word though about the NW corner being infested. --Frogging101 23:43, 13 November 2007 (UTC)
There are still more than 20 zombies in the 3x3 area around Pryor wreaking havoc. Last sighted concentrated in and around the Mallery building. Rest of Buttonville looks safe. - Logik40 3:46, 7 November 2007 (PST)
Well, the Big Bash has moved to the west, but plenty of ferals still infest the western reaches of Buttonville. Pryor should be made operational as soon as possible, and teams organized to take out the ferals. This might take a while, but it is the best we can hope for. We look to be safe from the Bash, as turn around would be dumb, so that is good news. We should try to help Williamsville reestablish itself after the ferals are cleaned out. - George Bulst
Due to numerous break-ins, Buttonville is now yellow.
- Loathums has been seen killing zombies waiting to be revived in cemetery south of St-Colombanus's Church. This action must be punished.
The Bash from Williamsville seems to have seeped over into the West of Buttonville, and they've ruined a few buildings around Whittem FD and the Pryor building, killing everyone inside. --Logik40 2:47, 4 November 2007 (PST)
There are some zeds at a cemetery (40,98) DO NOT KILL! This is a revive point and if you kill them it will slow down the revives and survivor forces will not grow as quickly against the oncoming attacks. --Frogging101 13:57, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Zeds heading into the north-west, between 10-50. Many buildings ruined. Everyone be careful - Moggan13
Small update, There is a lvl 32 pker in Ranson PD. Kale Luan. On the upside, I have portable generator, and will set it up as soon as he's gone. Not much else. Sorry if this is taking up space - George Bulst.
The generator in Ranson Blvd PD has been destroyed, and could use a new one, with ferals from the big bash starting to make their way into Buttonville, we need all the advantages we can get. - George Bulst
The generator in Ranson Blvd police department has been refuelled, and the barricades rebuilt after a zombie managed to get them down for 5 minutes. St. Soter's hospital has barricades VSB but still needs a generator --Frogging101 12:53, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
We will need more fuel in Ranson Blvd police department, as the generator has NO fuel left. --Frogging101 00:47, 28 October 2007 (BST)
Zombies have broken in to St Soter's Hospital and destroyed the generator. Though none have been spotted around the hospital sense the event. Repairs are needed on the barricade and a new generator.
Quiet. Scouting reports not much activity though a few PKers are wandering the streets. New Barricade plan coming into action read it at bottom.--Bio Shock 22:58, 26 September 2007 (BST)
Full census shows there to be only 3 hostile zombies standing outside, plus only one at the St. Aidan's revive point. Barricades all intact.
Help is needed in the west of the suburb. The Pryor Building (NecroTech) at 41,98 has been under sustained low-level attack for a couple of days. Repeated GKing, a PKer (CyanEyed, id=731839), and 'cade-tearing. Currently we have two smelly green houseguests. --Dan Everyman 10:25, 22 September 2007 (BST)
- Smellies had gone last time I visited. --Dan Everyman 07:09, 23 September 2007 (BST)
Knapton, Tebbet, Julie General, and Garlick station are all back up and efforts have been made to retake Buckley mall. Get there and shield only about 10 zeds left inside.--Bio Shock 21:03, 19 September 2007 (BST)
Buckley Mall ceases to exists, only as a smoldering crater. Respectively the Knapton Building and Julie General Hospital are ruined and infested with ugly orcs...zeds. Get your ass to Tebbet son and bring some Doritos. --Bio Shock 01:41, 18 September 2007 (BST)
Ranson Police Department has 60+ zeds inside. Garlick Fire Station under attack, and zeds coming from north. Buttonville up to Orange Alert. -Bio Shock 19:52, 15 September 2007 (EST)
Ranson Police Department has fallen. Many inside and several are wandering around the area. Buttonville is not as safe as before...
The Ridleybank Resistance Front continues its attack on resource buildings in Buttonville. Members of the RRF's elite Gore Corps have even shown up to share their macabre joy, dispensed via bullets into survivor brains. The Randoms and allies are scuffling daily with the invaders, who seem determined to do very bad things with bananas and grandmothers. -Shinosa 22:57, 10 September 2007 (BST)
Members of The White Hand were seen killing many at Buckley Mall according to this image that was reported to the Rogues Gallery. The purpose of this massacre was not stated, but this excessive mysteriousness doesn't make them look favorable in the eyes of the other survivor groups. They are most likely just a death-cultist PKer group that think they're way cooler than they really are.
Garlick Square Fire Station had it's barricades broken down, and invaded by a couple of Zombies. The Zombie Threat was repelled. [Fireman Sentinel Zii]
Yesterday's breach was closed, however today the southwest corner of Buckley Mall is breached. The fight goes on.
I must apologise for not reading the locations of the revive points, I'm just trying to gain exp.. I'm sorry for attacking one of the three zombies waiting at the wasteland two squares south of Ranson Boulevard P.D. I thought it would be best to apologise publicly before whispers start of a vigilante killing of zombies at revive points and I get some unwanted/unneccessary backlash. Sorry once again --[Detective A Clarke 22:54]
- Tension rises in Buckley Mall as rumours spread of zed hordes rolling in from the east. Panicky survivors manage to retain sense of humour:
- • Mark15 said "Everyone barricade the mall to EHB ond stock up on syringes and ammo, a ton of zombies will be here really soon." (4 hours and 2 minutes ago)
- • Finnius Riley said "I'm about ready to jump off a building and join the horde to save myself the trouble ... "good god in heaven. we're so fucked: http://wiki.urbandead.com/index.php/Suburbs" (2 hours and 33 minutes ago)
- • 26.84 MHz: "Everyone in earshot...Tebbet has been breached." (2 hours and 31 minutes ago) [i.e. NecroTech facility at 48, 96].
- • 26.84 MHz: "Tebbet's at HB with four zombies" (2 hours and 3 minutes ago)
- • AlfonzoPez said "If I don't make it... don't let them touch my ass." (1 hour and 42 minutes ago).
- --Dan Everyman 05:11, 29 August 2007 (BST)
- The Mall is breached. 22 zeds inside the SE corner.--Not A Character 00:35, 30 August 2007 (BST)
Buttonville seems to be quiet at the moment. The Northwest is almost devoid of the zed menace. --Jo Harper 18:28, 19 August 2007 (BST)
Lots of zeds are massing on the northern suburb border, as if they're waiting for something... However the suburb is surprizingly empty.
The Militant Order of Barhah has moved on. Total zombie count seems to be around 10. Buildings are barricaded and generated.
Ranson Blvd PD was cleared of the living and ransacked by the Militant Order of Barhah. Members of the MOB were quoted as saying "Nah mahr harmanz hahr! BARHAH!!" In other news, the vile, Barhah-less, needle factory, the Brazey Bldg, has also been cleared and ransacked. The MOB shall continue its righteous inquisition of the suburb of Buttonville until the prophet is sated. If you breathe, embrace the True Barhah. --Beauxdeigh 01:02, 24 July 2007 (BST)
Sporadic, but intense fighting continues at the Ranson Blvd. PD and Militant Order of Barhah zombies continue to harass the many active defenders inside. The nearby Brazey NT remains powered and lit at this time. --Electrasol 03:52, 23 July 2007 (BST)
About 3 hours ago, the Ranson Blvd PD was broken into. My DNA scans revealed that rotters from the Militant Order of Barhah were leading the attack. Currently the barricades have been rebuilt, but 4 zeds are still inside and many survivors who were taking shelter there were killed.
Myself, fleeing for more secure shelter, I can attest to Pirog's statement that many buildings in the area are over-barricaded. I was barely able to find shelter myself... --WanYao 07:45, 22 July 2007 (BST) (aka Peter E Jarry)
- As a Survivor staying in the Ranson Blvd PD, We are holding up quite well with over 40 survivors still in the building. Even though, it has been over barrricaded by people who do not follow the building code which tends to be quite annoying, but hopefully some zombies will knock it down to vsb+2 or less which I could build to vsb+2. The Militant Order of Barhah won't take us like they took other buildings, rest of the people in here arn't cowards even if the other half fled. --Sparticulous 8:06, 22 July 2007 (est)
After a period of calm in the central areas a breakdown in the barricade building discipline has lead to survivors being trapped outside, either ending up in the hands of the zombies or forced to flee into the nearby neighbourhoods. --Pirog 09:21, 20 July 2007 (BST)
Buckley Mall now has 3 corners under zombie control. Run for your lives and have directions to your nearest revive point, because the Militant Order of Barhah owns this mall. --Beauxdeigh 20:02, 14 July 2007 (BST)
- I wouldn't say "owns"... more like temporarily renting out with forcible payment of bra!nz. --dudemeister 00:55, 16 July 2007 (BST)
The Mall has 3 corners under survivor control and the Last Alliance of Randoms and Friends continue to raid the MOB's corner in an attempt to save the Mall. -- Cheeseman W!ASBTalk 23:27, 13 July 2007 (BST)
You people need to watch out with over-barricading. Half the southern area of the suburb is EHB, causing deaths in several survivors without free-running.
Drama Club staged a performance of "Army of Darkness" at Club Hunt as part of their Border Tour of Malton. The group plans to travel clockwise around the border suburbs of Malton with one show in each suburb. Today they performed for the four survivors here as part of this tour. See their group page for performing groups and schedules.
Buttonville remains fairly quiet. Though there are occaisional break-ins reported, most zombie counts of late have been in the single digits for the whole neighborhood.
The zombies have moved along. A complete sweep of the suburb showed only 6 hostile zombies, scattered. Every building was barricaded, most EHB. The biggest danger now is overbarricading.
A group of 15 undead creatures is banging at the weak doors of the Ranson Boulevard Police Dept. The surrounding area is quite peaceful, a few zeds, a few survivors. The barricade situation of Buttonvilles NE is so so.
Minor scout reports indicate that except for the northern part of the suburb, Buttonville is relatively devoid of zombie activity. Survivors should remain alert as the Militant Order of Barhah is in Kinch Heights and continues to hold the suburb.
Full census shows approximately 78 zombies in Buttonville, not at revive points. The majority of buildings have heavy or higher barricades. The SE is devoid of zombies and in very safe condition. But the NE has over 30 zombies. Most resource buildings are breached daily, but also repaired daily.
In my wanderings through the suburb, it seems to be relatively safe; few resource buildings were broken into, and the mall is completely secured, though it contains fewer survivors than Pole mall did before it was taken. I was unable to find a powered NT building, however, and hence do not have an idea of zombie numbers within the suburb. However, if there are large numbers of zombies, they either are not very belligerent at the moment, or have been beaten down by the survivors. There are a few zombies outside (in the range of 0 to 20 outside any given building, the most outside the mall being 19 at one corner). --Saluton 15:00, 13 April 2007 (BST)
- Eh, it's been worse. Many buildings are safe. We're almost already back to pre-Mall Tour status. We're just hoarding all the beer. --Shinosa 02:14, 11 April 2007 (BST)
- Keep trying ot edit my post, it will just be re-edited, at the moment, buildings without power are safer since they are less likely to show that a large numbers of humans activly use it.--Darkmagic 03:16, 11 April 2007 (BST)
URGENT NOTICE: Buckley Mall management, in coordination with The Randoms, announced today that Buckley Mall is completely sold out of the tremendously popular Angry Hamish the Cheese Eating Scotsman Doll with Kilt Lifting Action. The large numbers of nearly ravenous shoppers outside the mall are asked to move along and inquire about inventories at malls in northern Malton. --Shinosa 16:06, 6 April 2007 (BST)
It's suicidal to be outside. It's all mostly above heavily barricaded.--Darkmagic 22:23, 5 April 2007 (BST)
- OVER-BARRICADING IS MURDER. Please keep entry points open. -ZaqWer
There are just under 100 survivor-hostile zombies in Buttonville, about at or near the mall. Revive points have fewer than 30 zombies in them. About 80% of buildings are barricaded, especially in the north. Beware of overbarricading.
It looks like zombies are invading the buildings around the Pryor Building.
There are approximately 120 - 130 zombies (excluding revive requests) in Buttonville. About 2/3 of buildings are barricaded. Zombies are concentrating on NT buildings but are putting a weak effort into the mall. There are about 60 zombies in the revive points.
Out of the fog to the East of Buttonville. A lone survivor emerges carrying a Yellow Lunchbox...The Cheese has returned to unite the Suburb once more...
Currently, there are in excess of 200 hostile zombies in Buttonville. More than 70% of buildings are wide open. The mall is in complete control of zombies.
Right outside of Buckley Mall at a cemetary located right beneath St. Dionisous's Church is group of 29 zombies waiting to be revivified. Why? Because a tombstone there is proclaiming it as a revivification point. Randoms, we need help.
- Sorry, but between the three revive points in Buttonville which we try to get to there is currently a queue of 60 in total. At this time, you'll need to request help of Wyke Hills groups for that location. --ZaqWer 01:15, 11 March 2007 (UTC) (Randoms)
A good portion of Buckley Mall, if not all of it, has fallen.
- This attack appears to have been coordinated by the RRF, with a heapin' helpin' of GKing and PKing by their harman buddies. Just wanted to give credit where it's due, as it's always nice to get a visit from our friendly neighbors to the north. Hope you've enjoyed the Buttonville Buffet. -- Shinosa
Buckley Mall is the ultimate target. Everyone says "Buttonville is not safe" as they flee, but it can still be defended. If we keep evacuating suburb after suburb, we're be going nowhere fast. Evacuating the Mall is a horrible move. I suggest anyone near Buckley with Free Running to evacuate their smaller buildings and join the survivors in the Mall. Zeds love to topple Malls, and we cannot allow Buckley to fall. We can, and will, prevail.
- That's one theory. The Randoms have long held that we are the defenders of Buttonville, not of Buckley Mall. While we continue to focus a good deal of effort on defending the mall, we believe it is vital to maintain as many other nearby buildings as possible. Those who wish to defend the mall will do so. Those who wish to run will do so. Whichever route you take, The Randoms will do our best to help. -- Shinosa
- Ranson Blvd Police station has now fallen. Barricades fallen, generator smashed.
Zombies have continued to harrass survivors in the NW corner, expanded their harrassment of survivors in the SW corner, and now added the NE corner to the list. Over 20 zombies attacked and cleared out the Fort Building (NT) and Brazey Building (NT) in the last 24 hours. Ranson Blvd Police is sure to fall next. Additionally, zombies were killed inside of Buckley Mall today. Buttonville is definitely no longer safe.
- Some survivors spotted about 60+ zeds around Ranson Blvd Police station. There are approx. 30 or fewer survivors inside Ranson Blvd Police without radio and EHB situation awaiting upcoming invasion of zeds. If you are plan to move into Buttonville change your mind because it is not safe anymore.
- Actually, there were more like 15 - 20 survivors in Ranson and 30 zombies. But it is moot now, as there are now 0 survivors.
Over on the Williamsville main page, there's a warning up that the 100 or so Zeds will be arriving soon to attack Buckley Mall, and they will be invading Buttonville to get there. From all I've heard of the Caiger Mall disaster and others like it, I feel that the Buttonville survivors must start thinking about evacuating the suburbs and instead rally together inside Buckley Mall. We cannot let it fall, nor can we lose time in refusing to acknowledge the looming zombie threat to Buttonville.
KateMoss destroyed the generator inside of the Brazey Building. Keep an eye out for their presence in other buildings.
Zeds are moving in from the South West corner...today I killed one and injured another, just in time to spot 20 zeds crowded around a building not five spaces from the Lethebe Building in Buttonville. I recently came from Kinch Heights, where i've heard reports of up to 150 Zeds making their way through the suburb. The Mall is still barricaded beyond belief, as are the surrounding buildings, making it hard for the influx of refugees from infested suburbs in the South West to find shelter and protection. Something needs to be done about this incessant over-barricading. Organization is the key. In my opinion, this is all leading up to an attack on Buckley Mall, which will bring numerous hordes this way, through Buttonville, to lay siege. Something needs to be done, and fast. United is the only way we can defeat the zombie menace, and the numbers of the undead piling up outside of Buttonville is proof enough.
- That group of 20 zeds was most likely the revive queue. Just swept through the entire west side. There was a total of 17 Zeds standing up outside, spread out. Though there were a few WO buildings, so there may have been some inside as well. Probably no more than 20 - 30 actual zombies in all of Buttonville at this time. There are, however, over 20 zombified survivors at the St. Aidan's revive point. Williamsville has over 100 zombies. The majority of buildings are WO. Those zombies will be looking for food soon.
- But yes, OVER-BARRICADING IS MURDER. Please keep VSB marked buildings accessible for the better survival of all. Over enthusiastic barricading kills your friends or makes them waste AP opening doors. AP that could be spent reviving you or finding the FAK that will heal you.
- Finally, if you are one of the 20 zombies waiting for a revive at St. Aidans' cemetery, try another revive point. No waiting at the wasteland or St. Columbanus' cemetery.
The mall is overcrowded. With zombies coming in and possibly planning another attack, get your supplies and get out if you do not plan on constructing barricades. I repeat the zombies are coming into the area and may be planning an attack on the mall.
Zombies have are coming in from the southwest corner, Williamsville way. At least St Aidan's Church and Whittem Fire Station have fallen.
Zombies have continued to harrass survivors in the north west corner in the area of St. Soter's Hospital. Other zombies have been seen breaching random buildings such as Tebbett Building, and Alner Place School. While Buttonville is relatively safe, survivors must be vigilant.
While generally quiet, there have been regular zombie breaches in the north west corner (around St. Soter's Hospital) and the north east corner (around Ranson Police).
Buster Piondexter, from TechCom, is recruiting in the area, looking for new members to fill the ranks of the group from Darvall Hights. They are in need of anyone with revival skills, or anybody that can shoot in a stright line. Find them in the Northup Avenue Railway Station.
Infamous "kill on sight" PKer Stealth Penguin has been sighted in Buttonville. Current location GMT 16:14 is the Warehouse at 41,99. Bounty Hunters in the area go get him, everyone else beware.
Operation Christmas Lights was a grand success with every building in Buttonville lit and many of them with Christmas Lights and Christmas trees. Thanks to all who helped bring some festive cheer to our neighborhood.
The Anti-Smurf Brigade wish to wish all Buttonvillers a very merry Christmas and ask that you help us make this a very merry Christmas by helping us put up Christmas lights and tree in every building in the suburb. Please join in and make Operations Christmas Lights even more spectacular. Thank you. --Cheeseman W!ASBTalk 22:20, 18 December 2006 (UTC)
TechCom has officially rooted itself into the suburb.
Hello to all in Buttonville. My name is Sherwin Matthews, and I am an emissary from the Fear of Fridays Street Team in your neighbouring suburb, Wyke Hills. Ive come here today to warn you of a PKer that we're experiencing some issues with and should treated as extremely dangerous (preferably killed on sight), named B D McSkeets. This will undoubtably feed his absurd egotrip, but please take care; he was last spotted in Buttonville. We may be bringing the rain of justice for him into your fine suburb, so if you see us or our brothers and sisters in the Hartford Wrecking Crew, feel free to stop and say hey.. thanks for reading, and if you find his bloody corpse out in the rain, PLEASE DO NOT REVIVE HIM! -Sherwin, Fear of Fridays Street Team
- B D McSkeets is, unfortunately, notorious in Buttonville, though best known for antics in Wyke Hills.
After a long running vote, the Anti Smurf Brigade have decided to put forward a motion to rename Buttonville, Cheeseville. As the majority of Buttonville survivor groups are in the ASB this vote has been deemed a fair representation of the people of Buttonville. Therefore, the Anti Smurf Brigade hearby dub this suburb Cheeseville. Any complaints should be made in the form of writting and posted on our wiki page. Thank you for your time. -- Cheeseman W!ASBTalk 22:15, 25 November 2006 (UTC)
Rumour has it that there is something going on in the French Fudge Factory in the south end of the suburb, close to the border. A few senior citizens has come all the way from Stanbury Village, armed with shovels and beer. Spraytags in the area are mentioning something called "the TTP". We can only guess at what these northerners are up to. They're probably trying to sell something.
Low amounts of zombies roam the area. Few hordes. Pkers, Gkers, and Rkers such as the infamous George Castanza(*no longer considered a pker*) still roam the streets. Recent break-ins have occured in St.Soters hospital. Overall, Buttonville is a relatively safe place to stay.
The closure of St. Aidan's church as a revive point is announced. It is now simply a designated survivor safe house.
In other news, zombie presence has been relatively quiet, but not non-existent. There's a breach somewhere in Buttonville most days. PKers remain a problem. Over barricading seems to be under control, though also not non-existent.
Latest full zombie count still shows 20 zombies, no organized undead apparent. Unfortunately, due to over barricading, there are regular reports of citizens being trapped outside on the streets. Survivors are pleaded with to adhere to the Buttonville Barricade Policy below so that survivors can run for cover. Concerned about your safety? Don't sleep in resource buildings!
- A full zombie count of the neighborhood shows fewer than 20 zombies in a few very small groups and one small mob around Pryor/Whittem.
Many buildings have become over barricaded and are ignoring the barricade plan leading to many survivors being trapped outside.
The Anti-Smurf Brigade invite all Buttonville survivor groups to join them. The ASB is an organization comprised of The Randoms, The Bakers of The Apocalypse and Tactical Area Rescue. The member groups work together to keep the suburb safe for everyone.
The zombie population is on the rise, currently just over 50, fairly distributed around the neighborhood. Most buildings are extremely heavily barricaded. Just a few are unbarricaded, and usually only for short periods. In fact, over barricading may be a bigger problem right now than unprotected buildings. Although Buckley Mall has been relatively secure of late, there is a large horde of about 40 zombies consistently hanging outside, mostly on the Wyke Hills side.
The zombie population is down to about 30 (excluding those waiting for revives). About 80% of buildings are now barricaded. The mall and resource buildings have running generators more often than not.
About a month after the Big Bash moved on, the zombie population remains high with a current count of about 90 excluding those waiting for revives. Zombies outnumber survivors about three to one. The vast majority of buildings remain wide open.
After another week the number of zombies has dwindled only slightly but an increasing number of buildings are barricaded.
A week after the Big Bash started moving west, over 90 zombies are still in Buttonville (though 30 or so appear to be waiting for revives). Of the 55 Buildings, all but 5 stand without barricades.
Buckley has been cleared & ransacked by the Big Bash, and adjacent support buildings have also been opened & ransacked.
Buckley along with a few resilient buildings still stand against the new zombie horde. Suspicions of at least the larger portion of the zombie horde being organized haven't been confirmed yet, as no groups have claimed responsibility. The idea that these coordinated attacks are completely coincidental is preposterous. Survivors in Buttonville wait for the Zombie Horde responsible to step forward and publicly announce what they have done.
- Buckley has been assaulted by the Big Bash, assumptions of survivor dominance in the suburb have been eliminated.
The zombie invasion has continued to escalate. There are over 150 zombies in Buttonville and they occupy approximately half of the buildings.
Most buildings have been breached, and survivors are being pulled out to the streets and finished off by the ravenous hordes.
After more than a month of quiescence, Buttonville is under attack. As of this morning, there are
more than 40, possibly more than 50 zombies in Buttonville mostly in the NE sector with a smaller group in the SW sector and a few distributed elsewhere.
Buttonville is now relatively safe and there has been no major zombie break ins for several days. However survivors are urged to keep their eyes open. This could be the calm before the storm....
Buttonville remains dangerous in the aftermath of RRF Excursion's visit two weeks ago. As often occurs in the wake of a travelling horde, numerous ferals have remained behind. The survivor population is steadily increasing but remains light. Buckley Mall continues to suffer break-ins, although survivors in the area are mounting efforts to make the mall safe again. Other buildings in Buttonville are touch-and-go: some are stable, some suffer daily assaults by the undead. The situation is gradually improving but survivors are advised to use caution while traveling through Buttonville.
With full bellies and messy faces (they are not known for their table habits), the Undeadites break camp for Tollyton and Paradox territory. The RRF are heartily welcome to come by for communal munching. -- ZombieMcAllen 11:32, 10 April 2006 (EST)
- Buttonville has recently been the home of the Amalgamated Tourists and Wandering Persons Union. They are well known for nomadic habits, and their current whereabouts are unknown. They left behind a lovely note of thanks for the hospitality of the people of Buttonville however.
Most of southeast Buttonville has been wiped out by the Excursion. --Gafgar 22:14, 8 April 2006 (CMT)
Last report from survivors in Garlick Square Fire Station suggests that the mall is overrun with at least 70 zombies. There were many casualties due to the surprise nature of the attack. An initial wave of three or four zombies was repelled, but a successful zombie counter attack toppled the mall. RRF Excursion hit just as the Undeadites came for a visit. The mall was wiped out. Buckley Mall is firmly in the grip of zombies.
Residents of the surrounding areas of Buckley Mall are advised to leave immediately. Once the mall has been cleared, zombies will be scouting the outlying buildings. --Don D Crummitt 16:13, 5 April 2006 (BST)
The suburb is quiet. There are a few ferals around, but nothing organized. For some reason the paranoid fools in the Buckley Mall keep it sealed up as tight as a drum. I for one propose we crack that sucker open and free its goodies for the beleaguered survivors of the district. I'm making an entrance in the North Eastern corner in Wyke Hills, if you wanna help join the campaign to have Buckley Mall Open For All. --FallenAngel 13:02, 16 March 2006 (GMT)
The suburb is quiet, maybe too quiet. There are reports of a generator killer destroying generators at the Necrotech buildings, phone mast tower and other spots.