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2009

December

December 11th

25.96 MHz: "... can see about sixty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... a few buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 23:22, 11 December 2009 (UTC) (broadcast December 11)

December 1st

Dury building is still out of action. Survivors have secured several resource buildings in the E and SE of the burb but are under constant attack. Situation remains fluid. --- Jack Molineaux 16:34, 1 December 2009 (UTC)

November

November 18th

25.96 MHz: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... only one building with lights on ... most of the buildings are ruined ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 12:46, 18 November 2009 (UTC)

November 9th

25.96 MHz: "... can see twenty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 01:31, 10 November 2009 (UTC) (broadcast November 9)

November 5th

25.96 MHz: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 03:03, 6 November 2009 (UTC) (broadcast November 5)

October

October 15th

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 02:32, 15 October 2009 (BST)

September

September 24th

25.96 MHz: "... can see a couple of dozen on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... most of the buildings are ruined ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." --Rat of Steel 21:50, 24 September 2009 (BST)

September 18th

25.96 MHz: "... can see about forty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... only one building with lights on ... most of the buildings are ruined ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." -- Kittithaj 22:17, 18 September 2009 (BST)

September 5th

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... most of the buildings are ruined ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." --~Dr Frank (t) (DF) [P] (Sb) 09:09, 5 September 2009 (BST)

Obviously a ghost town. -- Kittithaj 09:59, 5 September 2009 (BST)

August

August 30th

I've been drifting in and out of the area, most buildings are up but brake ins tend to happen alot. So I changed the danger statis for ya all to moderately dangerous. --Ltpotter 15:42, 30 August 2009 (BST)

August 28th

DHPD Officers and other local survivors are battling the feral zombies in the area over control of resource buildings which change hands as the zombies move around; All in all, kind of quiet here in the heart of the DMZ as far as things go. It seems just the normal grind for both sides and the occasional murderer... --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 04:58, 29 August 2009 (BST)

In other news, NecroWatch reported in from the Dury Building today. A recent NecroNet scan had revealed that there were 50 zombies within scanning range of the facility. Of these numbers, 6 zombies were at the Dury facility itself, 5 zombies were at Lolley Library, 4 zombies were at Brendan General Hospital, while 3 zombies could be found at Ostrehan Towers, Stephen General Hospital and a factory to the southeast. The remaining zombies, which numbered in the 1's and 2's, were scattered across the area and posed no serious threat to any other specific locations. --Mobius

August 26th

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... only one building with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." --Rat of Steel 01:29, 26 August 2009 (BST)

August 2nd

External Military: "... minimal activity in Dunell Hills ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." Laitaine 16:50, 2 August 2009 (BST)

July

July 22nd

25.96 MHz: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..."

Obviously a ghost town. -- Kittithaj 21:02, 22 July 2009 (BST)

July 9th

External Military: "... can see maybe a dozen on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... only one building with lights on ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." Laitaine 11:56, 9 July 2009 (BST)

June

June 2nd

External Military: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... most of the buildings are ruined ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." Laitaine 12:13, 2 June 2009 (BST)

May

May 21st

25.96 MHz: "... can see about sixty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... a few buildings with lights on ... heavy structural damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." --Eve Amedeus 01:15, 22 May 2009 (BST)

May 9th

The Militant Order of Barhah passed though. As of a few minutes ago, Dunell Hills is 17HP (and he's got 4 zombies surrounding him) away from 100% ruined. -- Grogh 01:33, 9 May 2009 (BST)

April

April 28th

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... maybe a dozen outside the Dury Building ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... some survivor activity in the Dury Building ...Conndrakamod TAZM CFT 00:55, 29 April 2009 (BST)

April 25th

Come to the Newten Cinema tonight and every night for CRRegan's Cinema Classics. Right now we are showing Taxi Driver in a splendid new 35mm print. Please, no speaking or cell phone use during the presentation. Fuel for the generator is always appreciated!-- CRRegan

April 14th

6 zombies outside the Dury Building not sure how many inside.I will try to see what i can do for the hospital but not much i can do now. If you can read this and are in the area head to the Zephyrinus General Hospital. Not much anyone can do for this area. --Greenbay11 16:07, 14 April 2009 (BST)

April 10th

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... a few buildings with lights on ... heavy structural damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." -- Kittithaj 15:17, 9 April 2009 (BST)

March

March 31st

NecroWatch reported from the Dury Building today. A scan revealed 65 zombies in scanning range of the facility. Of these, 7 were at the Dury Building itself. 6 were at Zephyrinus General Hospital and 8 at St. Lorenzo's Church. --N00bert foxhound DA NW 02:32, 1 April 2009 (BST)

March 17th

NecroWatch reported from the Dury Building today. A scan revealed 49 zombies in the scanning range. Of these, 13 were at the Dury Facility itself, 3 are at Stephen General Hospital, 4 were at Brimson Alley Railway Station, 4 were at Lucius General Hospital, 4 were at Bush Crescent Fire Station, and 3 were at Leggetter Library in Owsleybank. All others were in groups of 2 or less, scattered around the suburb. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 07:10, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... maybe a dozen outside the Dury Building ... no lights on down there ... heavy structural damage ..." -- Kittithaj 14:30, 18 March 2009 (UTC)

March 9th

25.96 MHz: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..."

Thirty zombies? According to this guideline, it should be a Ghost Town. Can anyone who actually is in Dunell Hills confirm this? -- Kittithaj 16:02, 9 March 2009 (UTC)

March 4th

the Dead have groan(sic) to 367 members and the effects of zombie overcrowding is leaving a mark on the Hills. All buildings are ruined. No survivors in sight. --– Nubis NWO 18:02, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

February

February 18th

Everything ruined, everyone dead. 22 Zombies inside Dury. Iggles 09:49, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

February 10th

In an unsurprising turn of events, survivors have once again turned to zerging to fight the Dead. --Laughing Man 22:44, 10 February 2009 (UTC)

January

January 25th

No humans anywhere, lots of zombies, everything ruined. Iggles 10:59, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

January 19th

The Dead, now the largest group again with 198 members, have been making the rounds in the Hills ruining and killing all survivors. With only a few pockets of unruined buildings and corpses littering the streets the Hills are back to business as usual. The Dead/DHPD skirmishes prove that neither group will ever really leave. --– Nubis NWO 15:23, 19 January 2009 (UTC)

January 5th

And almost as if in response to that, the suburb has gotten much more exciting again, with the Dury Building falling today to combined forces from Undeadites and The Dead, the latter experiencing a resurgence on the stats page – up to 176 active members from a mere 80-odd. The cat came back? ᚱᛖᚢᛖᚾᚨᚾ 04:05, 5 January 2009 (UTC)

January 3rd

Dunell Hills is in disgustingly good shape. Apart from the 30-odd zombies besieging the Dury Building, there's barely a zombie to be seen, and nary a ruin. While the cat's away, the mice will play… ᚱᛖᚢᛖᚾᚨᚾ 04:07, 3 January 2009 (UTC)

2008

December

December 29th

External Military (25.96 MHz): "... can see about forty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... maybe a dozen outside the Dury Building ... a few buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ..." (5 hours and 53 minutes ago) --WanYao 05:35, 29 December 2008 (UTC)

December 27th

Small amount of buildings repaired with a few resource buildings powered. Survivor & Zed population low. Evildiehard 11:34, 27 December 2008 (UTC)

November

November 30th

Everything seems to be ruined but it also seems that all of the undead have left the area. Fonzy be with you! Praise Zombie Jebus Sig SB 02:02, 1 December 2008 (UTC)

November 26th

Everything ruined, zombies everywhere. Iggles 14:38, 25 November 2008 (UTC)

October

October 10th

External Military 25.96 MHz: "... can see about forty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." --xoxo 13:50, 10 October 2008 (BST)

October 1st

At least 21 zombies on the streets, with a further 26 estimated indoors holding ruined Tactical Resource Points. All 13 of the suburbs TRPs are in ruins, as is nearly the entire suburb. As the largest sighted single gathering of zombies was 6, this apparently now qualifies as a Ghost Town, unless evidence of further hidden zombies comes to light. --Funt Solo QT Scotland flag.JPG 17:59, 1 October 2008 (BST)

September

September 26th

Of Dunell Hill's six hospitals[1] [2], only one is un-ruined (St. Justin's, EHB with no power[3]). The Drury NT [4], Billett Auto Repair[5][ and both Cotty Street[6] and Broadbelt PDs are also ruined. The indoor revive point at St. Lorenzo's Church is being serviced -- though slowly. Given the suburb's TRP status, as well as recent External Military reports, a modification of the danger level to Very Dangerous is in order. --WanYao 06:07, 26 September 2008 (BST)

At least 58 zombies on the streets. Breakdown of the Tactical Resource Points:

  • 1 NecroTech: ruined.
  • 3 Police depts: ruined.
  • 6 hospitals: 5 ruined, 1 without power.
  • 3 factories: ruined.
  • 1 auto repair: ruined.

Very Dangerous. --Funt Solo QT Scotland flag.JPG 17:07, 26 September 2008 (BST)

September 25th

External Military report (25.96 MHz): "... can see nearly a hundred on the streets of Dunell Hills ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... only one building with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." (yesterday) --WanYao 05:39, 26 September 2008 (BST)

September 18th

External Military: 25.96 MHz: "... can see a hundred or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... a horde of a couple of dozen outside the Dury Building ... several buildings with power ... some minor structural damage ..." (15 minutes ago) --Zeug 09:37, 18 September 2008 (BST)

September 6th

For a brief moment, Dury NT was repaired. It was long enough for some one to spray paint "Back in Buisness..." [sic]. Which sums up the situation nicely. All buildings ruined again. No survivors.--The Malton Globetrotters #99 DCC SNACK STRONG 21:47, 6 September 2008 (BST)

August

August 26th

External Military: "... can see a couple of dozen on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." Laitaine 04:25, 26 August 2008 (BST)

August 18th

After recent requests solicited no response, the following group links have been removed from the suburb.

If any of these groups are still active, please add them again. --Adavastor 22:27, 18 August 2008 (BST)

August 11th

External Military: "... can see twenty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." Laitaine 18:18, 11 August 2008 (BST)

A sampling of 12 buildings out of the 47 in Dunell Hills shows a range from 12 AP to 77 AP to repair averaging out to 44 AP/building. Highest was Mcgarth at 77 AP (image here.)--– Nubis NWO 03:31, 12 August 2008 (BST)

August 1st

External Military: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." Laitaine 20:38, 1 August 2008 (BST)

July

July 29th

External Military: "... can see maybe a dozen on the streets of Dunell Hills ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." Laitaine 03:10, 30 July 2008 (BST)

July 12th

External Military: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." Laitaine 16:04, 12 July 2008 (BST)

July 7th

The DHPD stage several high-profile strikes on buildings in the suburb, repairing approx. 9 buildings including Dury NT, Zephyrinus Hospital and Yea Drive PD, before being rapidly eaten by The Dead patrols. Survivors report repair costs upwards of 38AP. Ezekiel UK 10:19, 7 July 2008 (BST)

July 1st

The local NT building and several other buildings are exhibiting new levels of ruin with a reported 34ap to repair a few buildings. A DHPD member was found inside the local NT building. Other buildings are similarly devoid of life. --Emot-siren.gif LABIA on the INTERNET Emot-siren.gif Dunell Hills Corpseman The Malton Globetrotters#24 - You rated this wiki '1'! Great job, go hog wild!|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| TMG 00:28, 2 July 2008 (BST)

June

June 27th

Dunell Hills is a Dead zone. Resource buildings inhabited by zombies and rotting nicely. Any survivor located is met by the Welcome Wagon and a dinner bell.--– Nubis NWO 15:23, 27 June 2008 (BST)

June 24th

Dunell Hills is still firmly in zombie hands. The Dury NT and all nearby buildings -- TRPs and non-descripts alike -- are open and ruined. What scant traces of survivor presence happen to wander through are short-lived, and even Hiding In Plain Sight is a dangerous tactic for survivors. With the recent fall of Caiger Mall to the north and the generally bad conditions for survivors in the entire northwest -- not to mention the vigilance of the Dead who have claimed this suburb for themselves -- it doesn't look like the situation in Dunell Hills will change any time soon. --WanYao 02:32, 24 June 2008 (BST)

June 21st

Dunell Hills remains lifeless. The recent update has meant that many ruined buildings are dark and have fallen deeply into disrepair. But the local zombies still remain on the lookout for any signs of life. --カシュー, ザ ゾンビ クィーン (ビープ ビープ) ;x You rated this wiki '1'! Great job, go hog wild! @ 12:20, 21 June 2008 (BST)

June 10th

Dunell Hills is still in the possession of the dead--Zebppir 23:56, 10 June 2008 (BST)

June 2nd

Everything of value is wide open and ruined. Many buildings are sprayed with "Dunnel Hills belongs to The Dead" --The Malton Globetrotters#19 - DrPain TMG 07:01, 3 June 2008 (BST)

May

May 20th

The DHPD managed to re-occupy Dunell Hills for a valiant twelve hours before they were again discovered and dragged into the streets and had every resource building subsequently ruined. --Himek 17:07, 20 May 2008 (EST)

The DHPD pull back to another part of the DMZ after holding the central resource buildings for a number of days agasinst increasing numbers of the dead. Minimal casualties result. Sanpedro 08:01, 21 May 2008 (BST)

May 17th

DHPD Recon Reports Hot Contention all over... It looks like a warzone out here. --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 19:21, 17 May 2008 (BST)

May 6th

Completely empty, in fact this suburb is so barren that I even managed to find 2 humans sleeping on the streets. Danger level changed to Goatse town... er I mean ghost town. The man 14:11, 10 May 2008 (BST)

May 5th

All is quiet save for the gentle snoring from the zombies. All buildings ruined, all doors opened.--DoohickeyBones 20:11, 5 May 2008 (BST)

May 4th

Ruined? Abandoned? Destroyed? Well, yes. It's Dunell Hills.--The Malton Globetrotters #99 DCC SNACK STRONG 15:35, 4 May 2008 (BST)

April

Apr 30th

Order has been restored, and all breathers have been evicted. We now return to routine patrols.--DoohickeyBones 20:36, 30 April 2008 (BST)

Apr 29

Breaking News! Zephyr Hospital and Broadbelt PD were brought to HEB status today! Even More Breaking News! Zephyr hospital is now OPEN and the local citizens are currently dining on the brave yet foolish DHPD inside before wandering over to correct the Building Code Violation at the PD. SEND BACKUP!!! (with ketchup, please)--DoohickeyBones 03:35, 30 April 2008 (BST)

April 24th

Having just completed an intensive building by building search...no survivors. Only Zombies. The occasional survivor I ran across (3 in all) quickly converted.--DoohickeyBones 18:22, 24 April 2008 (BST)

April 23rd

In a shocking turn of events, the area is still completely ruined and under zombie control.--DoohickeyBones 14:37, 23 April 2008 (BST)

April 21st

Attention! Breaking news! Nothing but the dead walk the hills. All buildings ruined. Zombies camping everywhere, with a handful wandering aimlessly in the street. Iunnrais 19:49, 21 April 2008 (BST)

April 18th

One survivor found cowering in the ruined Club Swain. Survivors are taking back the area! No, wait...he is dead now. No change in status.--DoohickeyBones 16:49, 18 April 2008 (BST)

April 16th

A brief tour from the Drury Building NT in to all three PDs and six hospitals, and a few random buildings in between shows no survivors and all buildings still ruined. Most buildings I entered had a few zombies hanging around inside them. Still a dead zone. --DoohickeyBones 16:26, 16 April 2008 (BST)

April 14th

COMBAT REVIVE has powered the Drury Building NT, revived every zombie that was inside, dumped all the funny smelling bodies, and barricaded the building. http://iwrecords.urbandead.info/04-15-08_0400hrs_PRIVATE/IN_5-36_Dury_234-876-fd7.html
It was then turned into an EHB pinata within 30 minutes... SIM Core Map.png Swiers 04:52, 15 April 2008 (BST)

April 8th

No signs of life. Plenty of signs of un-life. The zombies that still have them are twiddling their thumbs.--DCC 00:02, 9 April 2008 (BST)

April 5th

This just in! The entire suburb remains silent. Only the stillness of the dead remain.--ScoobyDooDoobie 04:28, 5 April 2008 (BST)

April 2nd

Everything is ruined, no survivors, no surprise. --Laughing Man 22:45, 2 April 2008 (BST)

April 1st

With members of the Dead's NW horde in the vicinity all surviors in the area have been told to begin engaging in guerrilla tactics to try and stall the horde in the area as long as possible. In the meantime, members of the Dead have begun to attack any and all buildings that show any signs of life. Cisisero 21:49, 1 April 2008 (BST)

Non-News discussion moved to Talk:Dunell Hills

March 2008

March 29th

Stopped by and noticed the danger level changed significantly, so I booked it back to do another sweep. Numerous buildings in the north are up, including Yae Drive PD and both Stephen General and Catherine General Hospitals. However, barricading is VERY minimal, with more than half the buildings at lightly or below, several of them just plain open. Counted around 40 zombies, and less than a dozen survivors. Barricade levels and the number of survivors spotted strongly suggests that this area is NOT as safe as the danger level on the map suggests, but that most of the rebuilt buildings are unoccupied and up primarily as decoys for the hungry undead. This suburb is NOT SAFE by any stretch due to the very anemic barricading, though there's enough life here to no longer count as a ghost town. --Tempest56 01:43 GMT, 29 March 2008

Wrong. What you described is almost exactly a textbook Ghost Town. In particular, with only 40-50 zombies (and that is assuming you missed a few) in the surburb, it can not be considered Very Dangerous. And if the 'cades are as weak as you say, they'll only be up a day or so. Danger rating adjusted accordingly: Ghost Town. --WanYao 09:47, 29 March 2008 (UTC)

March 27th

New sweep completed. For the first time in quite a while, there are some small signs of life in the area. Multiple scattered buildings are intact (Stone Motel (00,37), Heal Museum (1,34), Studley Towers (4,30), Brendan General Hospital (4,38), Lucius General Hospital (5,35)). Barricade levels are generally low-ish, suggesting only a small survivor presence in the area. Undead presence is unchanged from last report at about 40 visible from the streets. The next two or three days will show which is smaller in this ghost town - the handful of zombies or the handful of survivors. --Tempest56 01:38 GMT, 27 March 2008

March 15th

Finished another sweep of the area. 100% ruins again. Zero survivors. Zombie population is slightly decreased from before, with ~40 visible from the streets. There's not much of anything left of Dunnell Hills. --Tempest56 01:06 GMT, 15 March 2008

As this user put it, this is a ghost town. Proof -- [7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14]
--The man 12:33, 15 March 2008 (UTC)
There are about 40 zombies just in the blocks around Dury. Adding that to the numbers in your screenshots brings the total to around 60. This does not count zombies inside other buildings in the suburb. --Laughing Man 23:45, 15 March 2008 (UTC)

March 11th

Another External Military report came out today, and it transcribes identically to that below. Dunell Hills appears to be, or is bordering on being, an abandoned "Ghost Town". --WanYao 09:42, 11 March 2008 (UTC)

March 9th

External Military transmissions seem to corroborate, for the most part, recent eyewitness reports coming out of Dunell Hills: "... can see about sixty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." (1 hour and 22 minutes ago) --WanYao 01:06, 9 March 2008 (UTC)

March 8th

No change since my last report. 100% of buidings are in ruins. No visible survivor presence. 50+ zombies on the street, unknown numbers inside the buildings. Area is very dangerous. --Tempest56 21:52 GMT, 8 March 2008

March 3rd

For a period of about 36 hours members of the DHPD were able to work their way into Dunell Hills, repair and barricade the majority of buildings before being once again overwhelmed by the presence of superior numbers. Conndrakamod TDHPD CFT 22:43, 6 March 2008 (UTC)


February

February 28th

At last check, there were easily 50+ zombies visible from the street, probably at least half again that inside ruined buildings. No survivors, but there's plenty of undead activity. --Tempest56 17:27 GMT, 28 February 2008

February 26th

100% of buildings are ruined. Zero standing survivors. 50+ high level zombies in the area using organized tactics. Ignore claims otherwise, this area is completely lost. DO NOT ENTER. --Tempest56 18:41 GMT, 26 February 2008

February 17th

Dunell Hills remains a zombie paradise. The few survivor attempts to hold any building are torn apart quickly by the ravenous hordes. --John Fraker 23:59, 17 February 2008 (UTC)

February 11th

NecroWatch reported from the Dury Building revealing that there were 85 zombies within scanning range of the facility. Of note, there were 38 zombies at the Dury facility, 13 zombies at Zephyrinus General Hospital, and 4 zombies at the Heal Museum. The remaining zombies were scattered and of little or no threat to any of the other survivor safehouses in the immediate area. --Mobius187 14:17, 11 February 2008 (UTC)

February 3rd

Zephryinus General Hospital has fallen to the horde. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 21:13, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

February 2nd

Club Meade has become a point of minor contention in the Hills. Zombies overflowing from the horde gathered outside Zephyrinus General Hospital spill into adjacent blocks while thirsty survivors continue to attempt to keep the club operational and barricaded. Conndrakamod TDHPD CFT 16:33, 2 February 2008 (UTC)

January

January 29th

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Dury Building has fallen - repeat, the Dury Building has fallen ..." --Subjagator 13:04, 29 January 2008 (UTC)

January 28th

I reclaimed Club Meade, a minor victory. I managed to barricade it to Extremely Heavy II, it would be a great help for any helping hands to build up the barricade if it goes down. --Officer Dante Sparda 15:26, 28 January 2008 (UTC)

January 13th

25.96 MHz: "... can see nearly a hundred on the streets of Dunell Hills ... a horde of maybe fifty outside Zephyrinus General Hospital ... a few buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." --DaytonDead 20:35, 13 January 2008 (UTC)

2007

December

December 16th

Dunell Hills is still devoid of life with practically every building ruined. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 18:42, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

December 6th

If Junk Yards could be ruined, every building in Dunnel Hills would be ruined. There are no survivors in the area. - Lord Iggles

November

November 30th

The end of the month finds Dunell Hills still controlled by the undead. Despite the use of meatshields, survivors have failed to hold any building for more than a day. -- Laughing Man 17:03, 30 November 2007 (UTC)

November 26th

The suburb remains firmly in the grip of the undead. Attempts to hold buildings have all ended in disaster. Survivors are advised to stay out of Dunell Hills until the zombies get tired of their toy and leave. -- Laughing Man 03:01, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

Small incursions of survivors have been barricading a limited number of buildings in the South-West corner of the suburb. However, the suburb is otherwise quite desolate. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 03:47, 27 November 2007 (UTC)
Slightly larger incursions of zombies have been attacking the limited number of barricaded buildings in the South-West corner of the suburb. --Katthew 11:34, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

November 23rd

All buildings ruined, no signs of life in the entire suburb. No further attempts to "re-take" the suburb have been tried since the first failure. Any and all survivors advised to stay away. --Katthew 00:26, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

November 19th

An attempt to "re-take" the suburb by the DHPD was quickly countered. The suburb remains in the firm grip of the nefarious undead. --Katthew 03:21, 20 November 2007 (UTC)

A real time strike by DHPD to retake the Dury Building was countered by active zombies. FmrPFCBob 21:54, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

The DHPD moved some dudes into Dury. They were then killed. The end. – Nubis 22:10, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

November 18th

A very similar External Military report to yesterday's: "... can see a hundred or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... only one building with lights on ... most of the buildings are ruined ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." --WanYao 11:18, 18 November 2007 (UTC)

Based on these recent reports, Dunell Hills appears to have "got some red on it".... as in, become Very Dangerous? Waiting on reports from locals before changing the danger level, however. --WanYao 11:28, 18 November 2007 (UTC)

The area has seen a huge increase in zombie activity as of late, but does not yet reach the criteria of a very dangerous suburb. Yet. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 18:17, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
All buildings are ruined and the organised zombie horde totals about 100 shamblers. Even if they don't all stand in the same building, this suburb is Very Dangerous indeed. (The previous unsigned comment was posted by Iggles 18:17, November 18th. --WanYao 10:34, 19 November 2007 (UTC))
There are still a few buildings holding out, notably along the borders of West Becktown. Although there are indeed at least one hundred zombies within the suburb, a scarce majority seems to be coordinated, while the rest follow the groans. In conclusion, I am in agreement in your updating the danger level to Very Dangers. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 19:33, 19 November 2007 (UTC)

November 17th

External Military report: "... can see over a hundred on the streets of Dunell Hills ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... several buildings with power ... serious collateral damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." (approx midnight Malton time) --WanYao 05:06, 17 November 2007 (UTC)

November 14th

A well coordinated attack on the Zephyrinus General Hospital caused dozens of casualties. Currently 25(inside) + 36(outside) Zeds roam around Zeph and celebrate their victory over about 38 bodies in this area. --PoisoN 16:55, 14 November 2007 (UTC)

November 4th

External Military report: "... can see thirty or so on the streets of Dunell Hills ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... only a few buildings damaged ... some survivor activity in the Dury Building ..." --WanYao 21:39, 4 November 2007 (UTC)

October

October 4th

The majority of Dunell Hills is under survivor control with the only large contingent of zombies in the suburb located outside the Dury Building, which is currently numbering around twenty. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 03:22, 5 October 2007 (BST)

September

September 12th

After three days of hit-and-run attacks on a zombie occupation force that was surprisingly persistent, the forces of Operation Khan retook the Dury Building, firmly establishing the success of the operation. How this will fit into the overall chaos-fest that is Malton's Northwestern region remains to be seen, but for the time being Dunell Hills is relatively calm. -- Kenefie Station Chief Harry Likos, DHPD

September 9th

The silence that had settled over the streets of Dunell Hills was shattered this morning by the sounds of human voices and gunfire. DHPD, INO, and ZS forces rushed into the suburb as part of Operation Khan, yelling battle cries as they stormed a number of buildings. Broadbelt Grove Police Department and Zephyrinus General Hospital were quickly taken, and are currently well barricaded and guarded. A number of strikes were also performed on the zed force inside the Dury Building, although the NT still remains in undead hands. KHAAAAAAAAAN! -- Kenefie Station Chief Harry Likos, DHPD

September 8th

A scout of Dunell Hills today showed an extremely low survivor population, an extremely low zombie population, and a vast majority of buildings ruined. Dunell Hills is most definitely a Ghost Town - I'm not sure why there was even a wiki war about it. Changed. --Donathin 16:25, 8 September 2007 (BST)

There is no wiki war for my part. I just don't think "ghost town" is indicative of a "danger level" (which is a seperate issue) so I set it to moderate which best applied in my view. Wan Yao seems to be personally insulted that I don't share his view, had he changed it to ghost town and then I changed it to moderate I could understand his reaction. Either way I don't care, its certainly not "very dangerous". FmrPFCBob 16:44, 8 September 2007 (BST)
Before even reading any of this, I posted to the main Suburb:Talk page. I explained myself and apologised for some of my over-zealousness and defensiveness, and politely asked for this all to stop. Now, in the future, please refrain form trying to read my mind and psychoanalyse my motivations via the wiki, okay? That's just a not-so-subtle form of name-calling... Are you up for stopping this, because it's just hurting the community? Please stop... thanks. --WanYao 17:35, 8 September 2007 (BST)
No problem, I responded there. But you should be aware, over-zealousness leads to misunderstandings especially when you profess neutrality and the UD wiki community dearly loves to push peoples buttons. FmrPFCBob 17:43, 8 September 2007 (BST)

September 7th

I did an extensive tour of Dunnel Hills today, checking all hospitals and most PDs, inside and out. Also checked inside numerous random buildings. Only one building, a non-TRP was even barricaded and only at QSB; all others were ruined. No survivors were seen, no evidence of survivors at all. However, zombie presence is also negligible: mostly ones or twos, and scattered widely. The largest singe group seen was 16 -- at an indoor revive point -- followed by 14 in a ruined library which was recently visited by the QSG. 5 "squatters" were inside the Drury NT, 3 I believe outside.

From what I saw, I'd say Dunnel Hills is pretty close to a ghost town.... Also, I have numerous Iwitness shots of my tour, if anyone requires such things... --WanYao 23:03, 7 September 2007 (BST)

"Film at 11"

It seems that the "photograhpic evidence" is needed after all. Unless the situation has changed dramatically in a just few hours (possible, but completely unverified), the recent upgrade of Dunill Hills to moderate is not at all justified. It was a ghost town at 22:00-ish Malton Time.

The Dury Building:

The only "concentrations" of zombies I saw:

Various other TRPs:

Non-TRPs and random tiles:

.--WanYao 02:12, 8 September 2007 (BST)

It's a suburb danger level, the designation of ghost town has no bearing on danger, it only indicates the population of a suburb. Any survivors in the area are unlikely to be found by the low zombie population just as any zombies are unlikely to be hunted. Members of the DHPD have been in the area and experienced few attacks. I stand by my assessment. FmrPFCBob 03:47, 8 September 2007 (BST)
"Ghost town" *is* a danger level. Read the legend on the big map, for crying out loud. Get your definitions straight.
Dunell Hills is a ghost town.... I'm not going to get into an edit war with you, but it is a gorram ghost town. --WanYao 04:50, 8 September 2007 (BST)
You really enjoy threatening wiki wars don't you? My response is on the suburb talk page. FmrPFCBob 12:45, 8 September 2007 (BST)

A few small changes from me, if your going to have a wiki war over something can you atleast spell the names of the buildings right, its "Dury" not "Drury" this spelling is key to survivors so they know the goings on precisely. Dunell hills was a ghost town for part of that day, but then the situation bettered (DeathsBrother)

September 5th

After fighting a running battle throughout different parts of the DMZ, the DHPD strike force materialized in its home suburb three days ago and swooped down on St. Justin's Hospital, taking it with ease. After a quick and fruitful sweep of the premises the strike force had restocked its medical supplies and vanished back into the ruins. Several other groups have been sighted cooperating with DHPD forces. The raids continue to be planned. DHPD Fights On! -- Kenefie Station Chief Harry Likos, DHPD

External Military Report: "... can see about sixty on the streets of Dunell Hills ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... no lights on down there ... minor structural damage ... the Dury Building is out of action ..." --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 21:31, 5 September 2007 (BST)

September 4th

Drama Club staged a performance of "Army of Darkness" at Lucius General Hospital as part of their Border Tour of Malton. The group is traveling clockwise around the border suburbs of Malton with one show in each suburb. Today they performed for the 8 survivors in the hospital, as there was no audience to perform for at the original scheduled location of factory 4,37. See their group page for performing groups and schedules.

August

August 18th

Dunell Hills is indeed in bad shape. Survivors are scattered at best and revive points clogged. Most if not all of the buildings are ruined. But DHPD is not far away. Working from neighboring suburbs held by allies we are still making revive runs and as toolkits are gathered we'll start recoveringing the heartland. FmrPFCBob 13:32, 18 August 2007 (BST)

August 15th

Much of the suburb has fallen into zed hands. The attacks don't seem coordinated, there just aren't enough living survivors left to make a big enough dent in the feral population. If you're in the area, prepare to spend your days barricading. Currently, scattered buildings in Dunnell are still standing, including Lolley Library in the northeast corner. If DHPD is around, they might consider it a launching pad to retake the Yea Drive PD which fell sometime yesterday or last night. -- NeenerNeener 15:28, 15 August 2007 (CST)

Much of the suburb? All of it. This may just be the very first suburb to be 100% ruined Slick Willie 06:10, 17 August 2007 (BST)
Yup. Lolley finally fell while I was asleep. Now I have to go lurching to an active RP. I do wonder though, ARE there any buildings actually standing in Dunnell? -- NeenerNeener 2:44, 17 August 2007 (CST)
"Willie... you're so full of s***... I'm coming back to the Hills and bringing the Uppill Boys; I'm gonna get my friends up... and then... then i'm gonna come for your zombie a** and any other undead freak in my way!!" (Disclaimer: I'm in Character, I'm not actually upset at you willie... just having fun... ;-) in any case though... I am coming to help my friends reclaim our home...) --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 01:44, 18 August 2007 (BST)
There are still a couple buildings left standing, and even if there weren't, that honor would go to Ridleybank without a doubt. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 20:42, 17 August 2007 (BST)

August 10th

An extremely large feral population has entered the suburb with a corresponding decline in unaffiliated survivor presence. This could be attributed to the ransacking of the Dury Building, Dunell Hills only NT Building. Efforts are being taken by the DHPD to control the outbreak, but the current outlook is bleak. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 07:01, 10 August 2007 (BST)

August 8th

I may be missing something here, but Dunell Hills seems in bad shape. I've seen very few survivors in the eastern side of the surburb. Coffin Drive had a number of zombies waiting for a revive, but I only saw two survivors in nearby safehouses. Brendan General is overrun and a great many buildings in the eastern part of the 'burb are open to the street and/or empty of survivors. Not to mention the local graffiti doesn't stop short of ominous. The local zombie population may have declined, but it looks like it took a gigantic chunk of the survivor population with it. One wonders, if you checked the closest hordes, how many would have Dunnell Hills licenses in their wallets? -- NeenerNeener 10:04, 8 August 2007 (CST)

July

July 27th

Broadbelt Grove Police Department, Zephyrinus General Hospital, and the Dury Building have been reclaimed by the DHPD and local survivors. Although the area is still dangerous, the local zombie population is slowly declining. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 02:30, 28 July 2007 (BST)

July 19th

Zeds took back Yea Drive killing everyone inside. --Sir DanteSparda of the Dunell Hills Police Force 12:41, 19 July 2007 (BST)

July 18th

Stephen's General hospital is also reataken, but a lone survivor inside with heavily barricaded doors. Not many zeds in immediate area.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Maleci (talkcontribs) at an unknown time.

July 17th

Attention all Dunell Hills officers, I am in the Yea Drive Police Department, it is secure for the meantime, and is extremely heavily barricaded. Humans may destroy barricades if able, but should barricade it back after entry. The condition of the rest of Dunell Hills is unknown. --Sir DanteSparda of the Dunell Hills Police Force

I've done a small tour yesterday, counted a few zeds in and outside of central and eastern Dunell Hills, a few hundred survivors could easily get control again. --PoisoN 11:52, 18 July 2007 (BST)

July 14th

The Yea Drive Police Dept is under zombie control, this is obviously war against the police department. Other controlled buildings are the St. Marcus's Church, the Fortune Building, Eckersley Cinema, Club Illing, Lolley Library, several streets, and other buildings I have yet to check. --Sir DanteSparda of the Dunell Hills Police Force

EDIT as of July 16th, As I have suspected, the almost the whole suburb is taken over by the **** zombie invaders I'm took over and am currently hiding in a cinema one block south of the Yea Drive Police Department with level 11 Heavy Barricades. --Sir DanteSparda of the Dunell Hills Police Force

July 11th

Zephyrinus is empty, the Dury building is empty, Broadbelt is empty, Zombies have prevailed in taking out the 3 main resource buildings in The Hills, further buildings surrounding these resource buildings are now falling so many of those who retreated and did not give a brave fight are now dead. If further ransacking is to continue i suggest that the danger level is increased. --DeathsBrother

July 8th

Big Zombie party in Dury. 18 Undead individuals well, basically do nothing in the Dury Building. Its empty and ransacked now. I expect the pale-faced guys attack Zephyrinus next to extend their celebration area. Survivors are welcome in Dunell Hills' center to stop the most boring Party in Malton. --PoisoN 19:03, 8 July 2007 (BST)

June

June 14th

Lockdown has been declared over. All resource points, with the exception of the Dury Building, should now be at Very Strongly Barricaded. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 17:35, 14 June 2007 (BST)

May

May 17th

The whole suburb is starting to look better now, with many buildings continually powered and barricaded, and low casualities overall. A combined effort by the Malton Rangers and Yagoton Revivification Clinic, combined with the local DHPD, is starting to have effect as the zombie population is starting to decline as some discouraged zombies start to wander to another, more promising and less defended suburbs. --Matthew Fahrenheit YRCT+1 04:06, 17 May 2007 (BST)

May 11th

A few buildings are continually staffed now. Casualties are being taken, but despite regular assaults on the barricades and some break-ins, the buildings are holding for now. With two barricaded malls nearby allowing survivors to gather supplies (thanks to those defending Caiger and Calvert) the population in the Hills is slowly rising. Adventurous survivors looking for something interesting to do could find a lot to do in the Hills now. --Yet another Steve 06:36, 11 May 2007 (BST)

May 2nd

DHPD is still working to secure the Hills. Determined occupation by zombie groups and ferals hamper our efforts to maintain safe houses for any length of time. Mobility is key to staying alive here. Overall survivor population is minimal. FmrPFCBob 16:44, 2 May 2007 (BST)

April

April 14th

DHPD is struggling to revive fallen officers and survivors in the area. Largely overrun and unsafe for occupation by the living. FmrPFCBob 02:58, 15 April 2007 (BST)

April 6th

[static] "oh god help us!!!" [bang] [bang] "he's dead!" [whine] "no!!!" This is Marty, we're being hunted and exterminated systematically, there's only a few of us left... someone help us!! "Banks get over here! help me move him!" "The Barricades are still coming down!" [crackle] "S***, shoot it!!" [boom] [click-clack] aaaaaarrrrrgggghhhhhh!!! [static] [click] --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 20:09, 6 April 2007 (BST)

April 3rd

Dunell Hills, fair and pretty, fell into zed hands though we did give it our best shot! All survivors are going to have to avoid the area because there are a lot of zeds over here. Hopefully, our sacrifice will buy some time for other survivors to get their act together. As for us, at the DHPD, we do get kind of used to the Mall Tour paying us a visit ever since Caiger fell anyway. I heard Dulston is kind of nice this time of the year... ---Rubix41 15:17, 03 April 2007 (GMT)

March

March 31st

Glad I'm nowhere near THIS suburb... good luck to those survivors who are because you're going to need it. Acccording to the Mall Tours wikipage, the Mall Tour plans on paying the suburb a visit and taking out all three of the PD buildings. So much for the danger level in this suburb going down anytime soon... --Nucleon 04:29, 31 March 2007 (BST)

March 21st

The Dury Building (NT) has been under siege for a couple of days now. The zed mob varies between 30 to 60. There have been many survivor casualties as of late. This seems to be a sort of a slap in Malton Rangers and DHPD's face. The zeds have become a commanding presence.

Update: Just adding a small update to the one given above. Though there have been some victories by the relentless zombie horde, a forgotten update has been left out. The zombie numbers swell high over the numbers of humans inside the Dury and surrounding buildings, the fact that the horde has still not been able to take control has got to be a major fact in this update given. Even though the battle continues, the DHPD nor the Malton Rangers will leave the Hills or surrounding suburbs.....

March 15th

With the combined efforts of the Malton Rangers and the DHPD, Dunell Hills is now a safer place with many police departments and nectrotech buildings strongly in survivor hands.

February

February 25th

With the loss of most on the suburb, the DHPD is resorting to Zombie on Zombie attacks. Whole area is deviod of all survivors, this is the result of the lost of the Necrotech buildings. Most Necrotech buildings in the greater Malton area are being attacked by zombie hordes, before the suburb is taken. It is quite effective.

February 23rd

A small tour through the suburb shows that the battles around Dunnell Hills came closer. Most buildings I ran through are ransacked or at least the safe houses of Zeds. Cotty - ransacked and smashed, with 2 creatures of hell in it. A quick look at the suburbs center shows lots of small - medium undead groups attacking the barricades while most survivors try to sneak out and run or hide in a corner, heavily injured and beg for a FAK. A quick revivification can't be guaranteed at the moment.

2006

December 2006/January 2007

Vacation

Everyone in Dunell Hills was on vacation. No news!

November

November 10th

After a Brief loss of Cotty PD, it is now back in the Hands of DHPD personel. Operation Backhand succeded better than hoped as numbers have reduced dramaticaly. Accumulated Syringes are estimated at aproximatly 500, so the incoming refugees will be welcomed with open arms. With the concentration of Zeds in the Eastern DMZ, and more significantly around Caiger Mall has allowed a significant amount of Malton free of significant Zed activity. The DHPD issued the following Message: Congrats to the Zed groups on their honorable victory, The RRF, ShackNews, DeVM, and to a lesser extent Broken Syringe receive a "well done" as this most likely hearalds additional changes in the game mechanics. To those who have used unfair tactics and strategies...you know who you are, Survivor and Zombie alike recognise your loser mentality and wish you all the luck in the real world." The Aditional Statement of "Ron Burgundy, you are a fraking genius. Stay Classy" was issued by an anonoumous source.

November 8th

The siege of cotty led by the Predators horde has finally paid off. As of 10:35 p.m. EST, the doors remain open, while zombies keep piling in. Thansk to assistace by the MOTA and Undeadites the DHPD at cotty was dealt a finalizing blow. Zombies have been yelling out "dang zang" and will continue to do so the rest of the night. Last survivor numbers inside were known at or around 3 alive and heavily injurred. Reports stem that DHPD has went next door, to the arms, but the zombies live in victory this night. Next stop? Who really knows. But one thing is certain, if the Predators can horde as many as 90 zombies to the pd, then all hell can sure break loose at a mall. As of 11:18 p.m. est, there isnt a living body left in the pd, and it has been ransacked.

November 7th

The Siege of Cotty Precinct continues with as many as 90 Zeds maintaining the continuous assault, upon the heavily barricaded building. Survivor numbers have varied wildly from as few as twelve to as many as sixty eight. Despite the relentless assault, moral among the DHPD and other survivors inside remains moderate to high.

October

October 11th

A daring raid by the Predators brings down six DHPD officers, almost getting rid of the "click here to list names" button. Damn. One kill short. Also, members of various caiger based groups have been spotted, such as C4NT and CMS as a mob of 40+ zombies assaults the PD. There are always at least 20 some odd bodies on the ground at any given time.

September

Sept 26-29th

A Significant number of Zombies attack DHPD Headquarters at Cotty Police Department. This Group comprised primarily of unaffiliated Zombies also include elements of four Zombie groups. As of this writing the beseiging party had yet to inflict serious casualties among those residing inside with revivals and FAK runs surpassing the number of fallen and wounded. Former Veterans of Fort Creedy have joined the seige as DHPD allies, acounting for about a third of the Zombies in the area. Total hostile Zed presence is currently 37, Allied Zeds 14, And 6 awaiting revival at Coffins drive. DHPD teams have responded along with numerous allied groups to put aproximatly 40 survivors spread throughout the Cotty zone. The Predators, one of the factions atacking Cotty claim significant gains, the number of unharmed DHPD Command Staff currently residing in Cotty Precinct vehemently disagree. Maxwell Hammer, a perenial opponent of the DHPD apears to be significantly involved as does a number of other members of the DHPD Rogues Gallery.

September 26th

The Predator horde begins moving into Dunnell Hills after stiff resistance in West Becktown.

August

August 17th

The DHPD issues the following release by blanketing the area with grafitti tickertape, direct mailings, and at least one helecopter flying overhead: There have been numerous issues brought to our attention and would like to address them now. First, ALL survivors are welcome in the DMZ and specifically Dunell Hills, graffiti that indicates otherwise is griefing from an unknown source. Second, officers of the DHPD do NOT kill other survivors without warrant, if you have been killed by someone claiming to be DHPD, please contact us with the profile and register with our Science department for a revive. Third, if we set up a precinct in a PD it is not an attempt to claim territory or displace an existing groups claim, rather the precinct chief is to act as an envoy so that we may assist survivors near said P.D. We will follow the guidelines of an existing group’s mandate, unless it directly conflicts with the majority of survivors in the area. We recognize that conflicts will arise but hope that they can be resolved without the need to open fire upon one another. Signed: DHPD Command Staff.

July

July 29th

Things are looking good here in the hills as more and more buildings are staying barricaded. Currently Yea Drive PD and Broadbelt Grove PD are barricaded. Cotty Street PD is disputed but the DHPD is on that one, too.

July 15th

The DHPD have vowed to take back Dunell Hills and return the suburb to its prominence as the safehaven for survivors it once was.

July 12th

Dunell Hills is curently dead, no living thing lives here now, my advice...STAY OUT OF THE HILLS! If you are looking for remineing members of the DHPD look in Owsleybank, Chudleyton, and Darvall Heights.

July 11th

Dunnel Hills is a zombie paradise right now, the DHPD needs assistance... -static- Were being overrun!!... [bang] [bang] -static- [groans] [machinegun fire] -click-

June

June 22nd

Catherine General Hospital and St. Justin's Hospital are in use as Survivor strongholds. Enter via Freerunning through Club Swain (1, 31). Small groups of 2-5 zombies in surrounding area. Cotty Street PD under heavy attack, in need of FAKs.

June 20th

looks like most of the place is under zed control.

May

May 29th

Yea Drive PD has been barracaded back up, 6 zeds outside, Most of the zed activity has died down since the Shining ones decided to attack giddings mall on the other side of town.

May 9th

A good part of the suburb is now overrun. Zombies have opened up and occupied many buildings along the Broadbelt PD corridor, up to Yea Drive PD. All survivors are strongly urged not to rest within the suburb limits unless absolutely necessary.

May 6th

Revives are slow but steady, becoming much more selective due to the unstable nature of certain revivees. Northern Dunell Hills has been maintained with relative regularity. A horde of about 100 zeds has been roaming the suburb concentrating mostly in the Southern and central parts of the suburb. The DHPD presence has made itself apparent and seems to be strongly thriving, though police stations are still a danger zone due to their highly targetted nature. Mysterious graffitti has appeared around buildings apparently attempting to direct and organize the undead. Though the danger has not yet past, the Dunell Hills area seems firmly in the hands of the survivors due to the efforts of the DHPD, MCDU of the DEM and other DEM members, the Inanimates, and multiple other volunteers.

May 5th

Revive appers to be impossible at the moment, From the looks of everything all of Dunell Hills has fallen into Zed hands. I've been looking around and have found No Surviving members of the DHPD, It also appers that all the police Stasions have been destroyed and ransacked.

April

April 14th

Due to the incessant presence of feral zombies in the suburb, Dunell Hills has gone into "lockdown" defensive posture. This policy involves most buildings being baricaded to Extremely Heavily while avoiding direct contact with the feral population. Survivors without free running are advised to evacuate the area as soon as possible, preferably to Owsleybank.

April 12th

Following the second seige of Caiger Mall and the outright admission of defeat on the part of the zombie hordes, a group called the Shining Ones, led by the zombie Warlord Xyu, stormed the once peaceful suburb, Crushing it and the mighty DHPD. Since that time, many ferals have stayed behind, turning the suburb into a full on a minature version of Ridleybank with all secured buildings becoming quickly cracked open and survivors killed or badly injured.

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