||October 12. ’05 Compared to prior, smaller hordes with the attacks of the Church of the Resurrection in the area, at this time held by the Warseers Order and the "Peoples Liberation Front of Eastonwood" (which vanished soon afterwards), for the first time a large horde raids Eastonwood with their numbers ranging from 50- 60. Several buildings fell to their aggression but remaining zombies were soon driven out of the suburb as the hordes main host moved on.
|a period of peace
||After the October-Attacks, Eastonwood entered a period of enhanced human activity. NT’s set up their equipment near the old laboratories and the emergency management gathered their remaining strength as well as deployed new forces.
- Evans Row Fire Station was re-opened first and declared the command station for Eastonwood. All Firefighters were requested to report to MFD Command for duty as soon as possible there.
- The MPD deployed a presence to the suburb soon afterwards further securing living conditions for survivors and organize defences according to the Uniform Barricading Policy
- The PMS Clan rogue necro-technicians established a revive facility at St. Chad's Church. (nowadays even though the Clan has disappeared NT's working in accordance with the SGP maintain the facilities to some extend.)
|the RRF excursion
||With the Gingerbread Men incident in early January the mightiest of Maltons zombie hordes the RRF lashed out from their motherland in the middle of the city and their aggression manifested in the destruction of all surrounding locations. Parts of the great horde spend more than a week in Eastonwood causing great destruction. Most of the resident survivors sought shelter in the human stronghold Caiger Mall till the storm was over.
|the second period of peace
||In early February, with the All DEM| authorities as well as the Warseers spending their efforts in rebuilding the suburb the neo-luddite movement the Degenerates appear, destroying generators and barricades within the area. Resident survivors begin to hunt them down.
|the arrival of the EF
||In mid February the EF a fraction of the great zombie Mall Tour '06 fail in crossing the suburb to participate in the great siege of the original tour and become a resident horde instead, drawing their ranks from the dwindling feral populace of Eastonwoods undead.
|a shadow emerging
||The serial Killer Pathetic Bill arrives at some point in this second period of peace, starting to murder randomly without prejudice. The early efforts to end his spree however seemingly poised him to specifically hit organized survivor groups such as DEM and Warseers affiliates.
||On Valentines Day, the Gangsta Business reacted to hostilities from the Warseers by murdering six of their members. The incident is widely known to be the starting point of the ongoing gang war between both groups.
|the days of the dead
||In April the increased power of the EF combined with the movement of great hordes, such as the Shining Ones moving out of Dunell Hills plunged the suburb into destruction yet again. But the excessive movement of the more and more mobile zombie hosts as well as the ferociousness of the EF prevent survivors from repeating their success in rebuilding the areas infrastructure and survivors remain weakened.
||April 26. The Godfather of Eastonwood staged a contest between the Gangsta Business Clan and Pathetic Bill which of the two would kill more of the Warseers. On this day, PB proved to be the better by killing 13 Warseers while GB only managed to kill 7 This was a dark day in Warseers history; 20 fell in 23 hours. This competition seems to mark the zenith of the Gangsta Business-Warseers gang war and GB claimed that due to a growing discontent with Warseers methods of ruling in Eastonwood as warlords backed by the authorities, who needed any help they could, resistance against them organized. Warseers reacted by requesting assistance from surrounding paramilitary groupings, i.e. The Shuttlebank Militia, and others, like The Malton Zookeepers, as well as mobilizing several auxiliary groups such as the "three Stooges" NT's, or the "Sewer Rat Healers" and "Salvar Chemdogs", to aid their cause.
|new players in Eastonwood
||In May it becomes apparent that compared to the former loosely organized survivors of Eastonwood, those seeking shelter in this troubled region needed to be an organized hardcore of groups and regardless of survivor numbers dwindling the number of organized groups increased.
- The The Malton Red Berzerk Militia Brigade a widespread bond of punks and lowlifes who have their routs in the pre-outbreak club and party culture of Malton claimed some extend of control over Eastonwoods Clubs.
- TechCom, a cooperation that emerged as an alterative to the NT revivification technology established their business near Garret Row in the south of the suburb.
||In June the hostilities between Warseers and Gangsta Business that has cooled down over the month, broke out anew as GB thugs destroyed the WS controlled Oakes Arms and killed several guests of a WS ceremony.
||Mid July Eastonwood Ferals aided by the Big Bash and a horde of raiders that was bound to Caiger accomplished for the time being a total destruction of Eastonwood which can not be compared with any grade of prior destruction. The resident survivor groups operating largely from exile and prepare to stage a take back and those who have been left behind hide within the few un-breached locations in groups of one to three.
|intermission, new hostilities
||Mid august 2 members of the order of WarSeers killed two of the The Malton Red Berzerk Militia Brigade ranks, supposedly because of their treaty with Gangsta Business, which is still at war with the order. As a result 4 WarSeers were killed and one injured by the MRBMB in the following day after an ultimatum announced by the MRBMB had expired. The incident nearly spiralled in yet another fierce gang war, but was eventually resolved via diplomatic talks between officials of both groups as well as the influence of DEM mediators from the "'Wood Crew". MRBMB does however reserve their right to punish those responsible for the initial attacks and it is possible that some of the Warseer victims who where shot in revenge harbour the same desire for their attackers.
|the great alliance
||In the times that followed the Sun Organization and the "‘Wood Crew" allied in the Eastonwood Confederation to deal with the ever strengthening power of the EF. Soon the other factions of Eastonwood joined into a giant alliance thus battling against the zombie controlled areas. Major schisms in the Warseers doctrine lead to the separation of two ways, the Retro- and the Neo-Warseers and while the latter made peace with all their former human enemies in favour of the confederate efforts the former still hold tight to their territorial ways and feuds. In the two month that follows neither group could advance positions even though both EC, in the form of DHPD and CMS allies, and EF, in form of combat groups from the RRF brought in fresh troops.
|the fall of Caiger
||In late October however with the rise of Shacknews and the northbound Big Bash a steady stream of Zombies heading for Darvall Heights upsets the delicate balance between the enemies of Eastonwood. With more and more feral activity the EF could afford to send troops on expeditions preparing the grounds for invasion. During the war efforts of the EF in the latest siege of Caiger, brave EC operatives can heavily barricade much of Eastonwood. Sadly the fixation of their fellow survivors on Caiger Mall and the Blackmore Building costs them dearly, as there aren’t enough forces prepared to actually secure what they gained. With the fall of Caiger on November the 10th and the backflow of zombies as well as the return of the EF main host most of what they achieved got washed away, up to the extend that the EF declares victory in their first war against the EC. However Neo-Warseers "freedomfighters" continue to strike back as hard as they can but, since Caiger’s fall, up till now unsupported by the other allied forces.
||Ever since the utter destruction of Caiger the dominance of EF forces over the suburb has gradually increased. Over the course of the following year no great alliances tried to establish themselves in the 'wood and survivor activity eventually faded. With the disbanding of some of the resident groups and the disappearance of others like the Warseers into inactivity remaining groups had to draw consequences and thus in early 2008 even the last resident survivor-group had to take down their names from the suburb page, acknowledging the dominance of the EF over their chosen home. Apart from minor interventions the suburb has fallen into Decay with very little and usually either good prepared or tragically unsuccessful transit happening on the free running routes. The time of complete zombie control has reached in these dangerous times a new height of desolation and despair for the weary traveller.