Since forming in 2006, the Knights Templar have been defending Kempsterbank from the zombie masses, keeping it one of the most consistently safe suburbs in Malton.
We are glad to revive and heal anyone who asks. We work side by side with the local civilians, and we proudly stand with our allies against any zombie threat.
We focus on strategy and teamwork within our ranks. Operations large and small, near and far, are always being planned and executed. If you really want to play Urban Dead, we're the group for you.
A detailed history of our group can be found here.
How to join the Knights Templar
Joining is simple! Look for any of our members inside the Whitenoll building or the surrounding area in Kempsterbank.
Or, you can just cut right to the chase and visit our forum to be a part of our illustrious group!
We can also be reached on Google+, Facebook and
The Knights Templar is divided into three groups by function. Upon completion of your time in the Grasshoppers Guild, you'll be asked to choose which specialist group you would like to take part in.
The Order of the Archangel Michael (OAM)
The OAM team patrols Kempsterbank and peripheral territories, runs strikes on known zed hangouts, and generally protects K-Bank from hostile forces within our borders. This is probably the group for you if you like to play at your own pace and work a little more independently.
Cleansing Fire of St. Charles (CFSC)
This is the elite, highly mobile fighting force of the Knights Templar. CFSC operates wherever help is needed in Malton. This team consists of our most experienced and trustworthy Knights.
One of our main priorities wherever we go is reviving survivors who have found themselves on the wrong side of life.
In Kempsterbank we actively maintain Ebbutt Road (57,76) and Ware Walk (51,74).
2016 - The OAM team maintain a strong presence in Kempsterbank, supporting local survivors and fueling many a generator. The Whitenoll Building remains a hub for coordination and the drinking of beer.
2016 - Having lent their aid in multiple zed hotspots in the first half of the year, the CFSC continue their roaming ops across Malton.