Journal:Dunell Hills Police Department/Archive3

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October 29, 2008

Hello Malton! <static> Bryn here to give you the skinny on the latest happenings within the DHPD. We have moved back into Dunnell Hills and are currently holding Dury NT, Zeph Hospital and Broadbelt PD against a <static> horde of 30 zacks. We could use some more survivors in the area to help hold the cades and continue to rebuild Dunnell Hills.--Braunwyn cleanslate 16:58, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

<bzzzzt> yea... been a while.... some of us have been working in the <bzzzzt> underground to keep things shiney but its not been <bzzzzt> easy...even the most dedicated <bzzzzt>of us got pushed to the <bzzzzt>fringe of the DMZ but were back in <bzzzzt>DH Proper now...Come on down we have coffee, donuts, beer, and <bzzzzt> ready for you... Conndrakamod TAZM CFT 18:17, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

"Yeah... it's back to business in them thar hills... I tell you these new un*forms are <bbbbzzzzzttt> <zzzzshhhh> and they itch i- <bbbtzzzsssszzzttshhh> something nasty! <groans> <crashing noise> <gunfire> yep business as usual... get me some damn plywood!!! I'm plugging up this hole for good! <static> now where the <ffshzuuuzzzzt> Phil with my damn beer? <click>" --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 20:57, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

May 08th, 2008

This Marty Banks reporting in, we're holding the line! Ron Burgundy will enter Valhalla the way he was always meant to! Amidst glorious battle! My fellow officers, listen up! Intelligence reports indicate that *static* --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 23:14, 8 May 2008 (BST)

April 12th, 2008

<Crackles> Hellooooo DHPD! DJ Crackwhore here with the ummm ... quarterly Extinction Zone Hour update broadcasting live from inside the DMZ's recently vacated Haraway NT. Today's special topic - Wasteland Cooking Recipes for the Protein Challenged featuring our guest Chef Dr'Brainz! An honour to have you here sir! And what's on the menu today? ...

Glad to be here Crackwhore and yes today we've got some prime rump stew simmering away on the hot pot. Now as many fellow breathers will attest if you're not "in" with one of the hoarder groups like the DHPD then you simply have no errr ... direct access to their stash of good food and alcohol so you have to be somewhat ... flexible in your eating habits <muffled whispers off mic> ...

Sorry Dr ... everyone quiet! Kill the lights!! ... yeh I see them ... <close mic> As we speak dear listeners there's a large mob of The Dead lurching past the open doors, looks like they're heading west towards Peddlesden in a hurry </close mic> ... you sure? Ok we're back on with Dr'Brainz of Extinction fame and his recipe for Wasteland Rump Stew ... you were saying Dr?

Yes, ahhh, well first the rump. The Extinction Harmanz Corps has found the best cuts in all of Malton can actually be found here in the so called "DMZ". We track our Extinction Trooper break-ins such as last night's massacre in Willshire next door which was a bonanza for our favourite cut of all, prime fine grained DHPD rump with plenty of fat! Now you can make do with USAI meat but it is leaner and somewhat gristly. I've saved the best for tonight though.

Wonderful, and I must say listeners it smells GREAT! What's the secret ingredient?

Well ... Fennel actually, it grows like a weed in the wastelands and is overlooked by many. To that I've added some small tuber roots, a quart of blood to thicken and salt, and just a dash of fine Red Wine we found here in the DHPD stash downstairs. I'll serve it up with a garnish of chopped Nesturtian leaves and the flowers ... here you go ... Bon Apetite!

<slurping gulps> MMMM ... oh my Undead Gods!! You are a culinary GENIUS Dr'Brainz! This is simply the best meal I've had since that Stickling Beerhah Barbecue but yeah <mouth full> thif fah cob rumb stew <swallows> is gonna be way hard to beat. <cheering in background> Hey SillyLillyPilly's here! Long time no see, guys grab some chairs and TURN UP THA MUSIC it's FEASTING TIME! ... Huh? Bollocks to The Dead! Tonight we party for tomorrow we're Zed!! <cheers>

<talks over party noise> Thanks to Dr'Brainz and the Extinction Harmanz Kitchen Corps this is DJ Crackwhore signing off and wishing you dear listener only the best! Wish you could be here ... Sayonara from the Extinction Zone til next time! <cheers and merriment in background>

April 10th, 2008

Ben here, again. I'm sitting in a ruined building near the fallen Caiger mall, waiting for orders. The Dead are still strong in numbers, but we've learned to adjust to this way of living, and the survivor population is on the rise. Hard to believe I haven't died through this entire undead campain. I guess I'm one of the lucky ones. Still, it's pleasing to see the strength of the survivors shining through; for every mall brought down, another rises from the ashes. The annihilation of a suburb hardly means anything these days. The moment the zeds spread out or move on to another target, it simply springs back up. Before I was just hoping, but now I'm confident: The Dead will not bring us down. They may be able to take any suburb through sheer numbers, but who cares? It's just like throwing a blanket of a shining light. The moment they look away, one quick tug and it's back to shining again.

Anyway, enough of my rambling. I have a very important mission to undertake. These coolers of beer won't hide themselves in the ruins, after all. --Ben Charron 02:53, 11 April 2008 (BST)

March 28th, 2008

You know, even with the suvivor population so low, this isn't so bad. The more ruins there are in a burb right now, the easier it is to hide. I don't think the zeds will ever gain a total victory. --Ben Charron 20:16, 28 March 2008 (UTC)

March 20th, 2008

*whistling of alight melody*

This was a triumph.

I'm sticking a zed here.

Rez success!

It's hard to overstate my satisfaction~.


Necrotech science.

We stick who we must, because, we can

for the good of all of us...

except for those rotter zeds!


But there's no use wasting my AP to 'cade

Hiding out in ruins seems like quite a fair trade

and the rezzing gets done,

and I'll bring back everyone

For the people who want to survive...


*groaning in background*

Now don't get all angry...

I just want to peeeek in heeere right now.

Even though you broooke the 'cades and ruined it.

Now where are those needles?

I just need a few, I can, acquire

my AP burns but iiiit's ok 'cause I can come back quickly, soon

and the zeds in here are all sleeping this time

and I ruin the flow with this terrible rhyme

But I'm stocked now; time to go

stick the zombies that I know

for the people who want to survive!


  • goes back to hideout, whistling merrily* --Ben Charron 03:39, 21 March 2008 (UTC)

March 14th, 2008

...used this little recorder in a while. Hope it still works. *clears throat* This is Officer Charron. It's... sometime near the end of Winter. The snow melted a few weeks ago. The snow as nice though; it blanketed all the bodies and well... outta sight outta mind, I guess. *cough* But the bodies on the streets aren't the grimmest thing in Malton these days. The zeds... I don't know if they're just learning or if NecroTech is doin' something to them but... man... they're too much now. Our fortifications are crushed. Our tactics fall short. Our- *clang in background* *silence*

A minute later

I've taken shelter on a ruined office building, but I don't know how long I can stay here. Heh, it's funny really. Over the years in service in the DHPD I've always felt safe near the Hills, even when a large mob of smarter zombies overtook it for a while. It just seemed like a challenge of getting back the Hills. Now? Nowhere feels safe. Barricading just gets you unwanted attention. This... 'game' of endurance has reduced to cat and mouse.

sigh

What intel I gather from word of mouth says there are less and less survivors every day. Unless the military have been letting people slide out the quarantine, that's definitely not a good thing. So many suburbs are in ruins now. Is anywhere safe anymore? I don't think so.

Many people have given up trying at this point. I see veteran zombie hunters drinking in dark corners, waiting to die. Heh, if only I had that option. Unfortunately for me, as long as there are people still struggling to live, and as long as I wear this badge I don't have that luxury. I must continue to help these people. I have to continue to fight. If not out of compassion or self-preservation, then out of duty.

Has the battle been lost? Yes, it has. The war? I'm not sure at this point. But I'll fight on, with the help of my fellow officers, our allies, and my friends. I don't know if we'll win, but at the least, we'll be a damn stubborn kill.

Charron out. --Ben Charron 21:52, 16 March 2008 (UTC)

February 18th, 2008

This is Banks, the tower is up and we're able to broadcast again; To any DHPD officers... we have secured the beer... I repeat! we have secured the beer!!! Rally at Checkpoint Booze, Over... --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 21:23, 18 February 2008 (UTC)

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