Danversbank Relief and Reconstruction Project

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Danversbank Relief and Reconstruction Project
DRRP
Abbreviation: DRRP
Group Numbers: 20-something
Leadership: One and all...
Goals: To have more fun than a touring funk band. Sing it!
Recruitment Policy: Somewhat motivated survivors of all levels, ideally aged 18 or older.
Contact: DRRP members in-game. Alternatively visit our forum

Are you looking to group with other survivors as part of an organized, ruthlessly efficient military machine? If so, then you're at the right place! No, I'm kidding. We don't do that sort of thing. Yes, the Danversbank Relief and Reconstruction Project (DRRP) is an emergency management group. Yes, we do look after the barricades in and around Danversbank. Yes, we do shoot zombies when they're mean to us and we're too tired to run. And yes, we do disperse drug-filled syringes as part of our community outreach program. But that's not really the point.

Our true calling is the dissemination of witticisms while under the influence, and generally having fun in the midst of a horrifying-yet-somehow-hilarious zombie apocalypse. The DRRP is absolutely (okay, moderately) committed to establishing a self-sufficient community in South Malton. We encourage survivors to get to know one another and, if circumstances permit, procreate. Seriously, it’s the end of the world as we know it. Do it for the kids!


know what you are talking about Short-wave Radio Info
This group or location has a dedicated radio frequency.

Frequency: 26.90 MHz
Transmitter Coordinates: Throughout the suburb

Mission and Protocol

Supply

Do you need bullets, FAKs, needles, beer, toilet paper? If you’re lucky at least one of our resource buildings will be illuminated for your pleasure. Power to the people!

Communication

We talk. We talk a lot. We used to lug radio transmitters around town but they got super heavy, and we’re pretty lazy these days, so if you really want to talk to us your best bet is to come on over to the forum or start chatting to us in-game.

Barricades

We don't enjoy getting eaten by zombies unless they're fresh and really cute. Nor do we enjoy lifting heavy equipment. Let's be honest, we're not that keen on hard work in general. This presents a problem because barricading (hard work) is really the only way to prevent us from getting eaten by yucky zombies (very painful). Therefore, we enforce the Danversbank Barricade Plan (DBP) whenever we’re not too tired or hungover.

Public Services

Are you undead? Would you prefer not to be undead? (Wouldn't you rather be alive and partying with nous?) There are two revive points in our pretty hell:

Both RPs are listed on the Barricade Plan and tagged with a link to the Revive Request Tool. Post a revive request at this site if you want to live. If you're too lazy to make a few keystrokes, then we'll probably revive someone else and invite them to the party instead. For more information regarding undeath and how best to reverse it please visit the lovely Gina Semple.

Armed Response

Some of us like to kill things. Some of us would rather flirt. Those of us who like to kill things direct our bloodlust toward hostile zombies, jackasses, alcohol prohibitionists, GKers and slow-witted PKers. We don't tolerate PKing within the bounds of Danversbank, although we have been known to chuckle at a witty assassination or two. Super-clever-funny killers may receive some kind words. All inept, imagination-challenged and/or yawn-inducing killers will be either ignored or humiliated and sent to bed with no supper.

Inventory

We carry stuff. Without stuff there wouldn’t be any stuff to do stuff with. Once upon a time (and a very long time ago it was) we could carry all the stuff we wanted. We’re talking about a lot of stuff, a ridiculous, impossible amount of stuff. We carry less stuff now, but it’s still pretty ridiculous when you think about it. Anyway, it’s up to you to decide what stuff to carry, but we suggest that you keep a fire axe or a crowbar (these are best for knocking down barricades), some beer bottles for pub brawls, a toolbox (you too can play Bob the Builder), and, of course, Tic Tacs.

How to Volunteer

We are currently seeking somewhat motivated scientists, doctors, scroungers, builders, community outreach specialists, lesbian pirates, bartenders and zombie hunters. Please find us in-game in one of the 49 buildings in the suburb, or, if you prefer the easy way out, come on over to our forum.

Current Membership

Paddy Dignam

K a n o s

Firebug Malone

Gruff McGirk

Dr Yep

R33F3RM4N

Verven

Sara Blue

Bear McAlister

jeff3333

George Monkey

Sabanya

Mekarin

CemeteryGhoul

Thakilla

Allies

Gina Semple

Juraj Janosik

Cal Morse

Okrin

YodaNub

Weemawap Man

British Military Corps

Department Of Emergency Management

Hollomstown Area Regional Defense

The Fortress

Retired Members

Dr Azathoth

The Cheshire Cat

Joel 987

Boys Jeans

1LordMoore

XxPale HorsexX

Thibbledorf Pwent

JMora

Dr. J Montague

Carwash

SkullOfficer

Doc Cherry

Steffa

ganadarf

Shayd

Zombuddha

Bigdaddy2

The Writing is on the Wall (Do Not Revive List)

Do not randomly revive zombies unless you have a damn good reason for doing so (i.e. the zombie is cute and you want to ask it out). Instead, make use of the DEM Revive Request Tool and the Rogues Gallery. Danversbank is home to many griefers (spiteful people who hate us because we are so good-looking and throw the best parties). If you revive them they will destroy stuff, including people engaged in amorous acts. Those who persistently conduct random revives will themselves be treated as griefers.



  • The Wall of Remembrance (bad people with whom we had good fun)

Alt Policy

DRRP members are not to participate in zerging or multi abuse. This means:

  1. Your alts should never come within 10 blocks of one another.
  2. In fact, there should always be a one suburb buffer between your DRRP alt and any other alts.
  3. Alts must not collaborate, and must not be treated as though they are interchangeable.


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This user or group supports the Sacred Ground Policy and acknowledges that all Cemeteries in the city of Malton are considered Revivification Points.
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This user or group supports
organized revivification.


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This user or group supports MHG in their attempt to restore health care in Malton.


Police Helmet1.jpg Malton Police Departments Group
This user or group supports the MPDG in their attempt at restoring law and order in Malton.


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This user or group is not nearly sober enough to follow the

Radio Transmission Conduct Protocol

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This user or group supports Cybele's Children and agrees that there should be more female characters in Malton.

News

April 2, 2011 - Paddy

Well, I've been watching this space for more than a year and it hasn't gone anywhere. I'm going to watch something else now. Girls, I hope. Girls who drink whiskey and read Bronze Age comic books. Make mine Marvel!

Dec 07th, 2010 - R33F3RM4N

Hey! I'm out of weed! And we have a news page! Umm, the suburb is trashed (again) and we're rebuilding (again) and then we'll get to the wedding and the wedding party. Watch this space.

May 29th, 2009 - R33F3RM4N

Tragedy has struck D-bank in the form of all pubs ransacked!! When we get done crying we'll rebuild and start a new party.

August 11th, 2008 - R33F3RM4N

Lesbian Pirates ahoy! Come join us in cruising the suburbs of Malton.

June 26th, 2008 - Paddy

We are out of the suburb on important business. Good luck.

August 17th, 2007 - R33F3RM4N

Fort Perryn will be the scene of fierce fighting this weekend. DRRP personnel will be available to provide medical assistance to those who fall in the fighting. Please use the DEM Revive Request Tool to request revives at the standard Danversbank and Whittenside RPs.

July 16th, 2007 - R33F3RM4N

A much needed update - retired members have been removed to their own category, allies have been updated. The S of the suburb is surprisingly quiet, the only exception being the area near MGH and Lea Ave FS, both of which are subject to frequent attacks.


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