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- Homeland Defence (stationed in Wyke Hills)
Flyburger W Bacon
News and Updates (most recent at the top)
As the curtain falls on the FoFST for the final time, i'd like to say thanks to all the groups and people we met and befriended, for making this game worth playing. The group is now officially no more. I am currently wandering around providing assistance in retaking Nichols Mall, the rest of the group have gone their various ways. All that remains is for me to say good night, and to let you know that WE NOW HAVE ZOMBIE ALTS IN WYKE HILLS MWAHAHAHAHA!!!! --Keith Drudgely 12:02, 3 July 2007 (BST)
It is with a heavy heart that I bring news of the decline of the FoFST. I say decline rather than fall, in that there will still be a priority revive and heal service for those who choose to remain FoFST members. In addition, all members should be considered freelance agents - there are no plans for any operations in the forseeable future. That is all. --Keith Drudgely 10:44, 11 May 2007 (BST)
Well as the new month dawns, I want all you Jews and Muslims to pay close attention. While we God-lovin' Christians are off looking for eggs and other excrements of the chicken, you all need to be getting the crates out in the street that we all hope Kevan will drop. Now I know that there won't be any problems, or I will be forced to go all, "ethnic cleansing" on yo' sorry asses.(Just to clarify, I am not a racist, I hate everyone equally, except the Irish, I really don't like them.) Oh yeah, we have a stable revive going at Craddock.
--Somerandomdude 18:14, 2 April 2007 (AZ)
Addendum: Somerandomdude: AKA: lilbabyfairyduster, has left the building. Good night everybody!
Alright boys and girls, here's the situation. We have a stable revive going at Craddock, I think we have Craigie and the junkyard south of it held(as I am a zed for the first time on my main), we have a plan to retake Buckley and I am with Sherwin Matthews at our little junkyard hideaway. --Somerandomdude 17:47, 27 March 2007 (AZ)
It seems that the mall has been overrun, and unless KISS or S.T.A.R.S (the one from Resident Evil) comes and liberates it, we could be hit by one of the zed tours. If the horde manages to get within 2 blocks of Wolfendall, I suggest we head for Pole up north if it doesn't get infested by the time we arrive...
--Somerandomdude 18:00, 10 March 2007 (AZ)
Scouts send word of an impending zombie invasion force headed for Buckley Mall. Is it possible that this mornings break-in was merely a reconnaisance squad, investigating the Mall's status? All FoFST members are advised to stock up and get ready to fight. The way things are going (Giddings has just fallen), we'll be fighting either the RRF or Mall Tour '07 soon enough. --Keith Drudgely 18:14, 5 March 2007 (UTC)
The time of reckoning had come for the FoFST. Early March started at a mild pace, but the early week ended brutally. The Wolfendall Arms had been infested, Buckley Mall had been overcome, and nearly 2/3 of Wyke was left derelict as the humans headed for the hills(the other hills) and the zeds came in to make Wyke their home. But a few weeks later, hope reemerged. Sherwin had returned with his new posse The Warriors, Tactical Area Rescue came to our aid and the survivors began reclaiming Wyke as the unknown force of zombies began leaving the beleagured suburb. Now begins the long task of cleaning and rebuilding our once glorious suburb. May Great Odin's Raven help us....
Things began to pick up when news of yet another incursion into Hollomstown reached the FoFST. Once again, we staged a sustained assault at the peoples choice, Theophan General Hospital, based on requests received for assistance from both the Knights of Cydonia and Independent Malton Militia. Pledging to help eradicate their barhah infestation and bring pants with which to clothe the wretched specimens, operatives from FoFST and Tactical Area Rescue engaged the zombies in the last days of the fabled southern green belt.
A slow start to the new year in our home suburb: Zombie threats had seemingly evaporated as even the Barhah Brigade left for pastures new. Unfortunately, a distinct lack of zombies in the game combined with general complacency from survivors in the Mall lead directly to the double blow of Chip Chase becoming a PKer out of boredom, and Sherwin Matthews leaving the FoFST. PK campaigns by Chip Chase and White Snake lead to FoFST members dispersing throughout the suburb to avoid waking up dirtnapping outside.
So, as the survivors of the city began to be seen dragging around freshly cut fir trees in the streets, the FoFST continued to carve their name into the bloody history of Wyke Hills. The early days of the month were uneventful and were pretty much eclipsed by the later days, which saw new alliances forged. We began to branch out into new areas of the city, launching raids into Hollomstown and Buttonville - we also made new enemies, as we gained the attention of various PKer and zombie groups in the area, culminating in vicious fighting against the Barhah Brigade around our new HQ. And our survey says? In a decisive blitzkreig, the Fear of Fridays Street Team reclaimed the Wolfendall Arms in the name of Great Odin's Raven, the Power of Ra, the Rain of Justice and whatever other gods or dubious causes we fight for these days, in about a minute of fairly intense fighting. Happy New Year Everyone!
As the fog cleared, the soldiers of the FoFST emerged from their fortresses of solitude, stood on the icy line, and stared into the future to see.. that Wyke Hills actually became (and at time of writing, is) one of the safest suburbs in Malton, thanks to the continuing efforts of the FoFST, Tactical Area Rescue and the Hartford Wrecking Crew. Rapidly mounting victories against the Red Rum early on in the month led to what appears to have been a retreat by the infamous PKer group, and with this threat gone and no real 'zed presence, the suburb began to entertain street parties and love-trains. During the this period, the FoFST remained vigilent, and used the respite to sort through some administration work, establishing a HQ and FoFST-FM, as well as a recruitment drive for new recruits (which is coming along nicely) and seperation of soldiers into specialist divisions. The second half of the month saw the first missions into Hollomstown and Buttonville by the FoFST Assault Division, and a quiet at home that was only broken by the laughable threats of a rogue PKer, named B D McSkeets. As December begins, we continue our hunt in the name of Great Odin's Raven!
After recovering from a brutal 'zed attack in Roachtown which claimed more than half our number, the Fear of Fridays Street Team began the long exodus to our our new home, Wyke Hills. Early arrivals set about spraypainting the 'burb and spreading the word, as increasingly more soldiers filtered down from the north. By mid-October the FoFST had arrived for the most part, and set about making their presence felt by despatching soldiers to clean up 'zeds, rebuild barricades and heal/revive survivors in the greater Wyke area. Soon, alliances were formed with the other major groups in the area; Tactical Area Rescue, and Hartford Wrecking Crew as Wyke Hills began to look extremely safe. Unfortunately, this could not last - late October saw the Red Rum Cartel move several of its agents into our homeland and a vicious war began. However, thanks to our collective efforts, as the fog descended upon Malton on the last day of the month the war it seems, is all but won..
September saw the establishment of our group, from a bunch of desperado figures fighting private wars in the early hours of the morning, into something more organised and combat efficient. Recruitment of the survivors to the Chetwind Arms Massacre quickly followed, and members began the long exodus to reunite with mind to restore the lumbering FoFBeast to its former heavy hittin' glory. Early battles were a mixed bag; we saw some dark days, and lost some members, and also scored some impressive victories too. This mostly centered around the Chetwind Arms, Shearbank, KetchelBank, Eastonwood, Slanterville and MoleBank. Towards the end of the month, most of the group had begun to assemble in Matreaves PD in Roachtown, and we'd attracted a few new members too. Things were looking good, until the last day of the month when disaster struck..