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  • Something in the air is once again making full-face masks harder to ignore, while survivors crunch through their dwindling candy supplies and zombies thump door-to-door.

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In death, the city stirs. Its borders still locked down after a sudden government quarantine seven years ago, Malton's trapped civilians make their way through the derelict buildings, surviving the changing seasons to rebuild their fragmented society from the rubble upwards. Military clean-up squads patrol the empty streets, stationed in the city for the long haul, while embedded scientific groups continue the experiments that brought them here.

And the dead rise up and thrive, trailing through the ruined streets of the city, milling between buildings and clawing through makeshift barricades and diversions, reclaiming the city as their own.


Urban Dead is a browser-based zombie apocalypse MMORPG.

This site is intended to be a more detailed manual for Urban Dead than the FAQ and includes in-depth information such as active revivification points, strategy guides to playing the game, the results of investigations into search probabilities, details on other elements of the game mechanics including items and skills, and information on various groups of players, including Recruitment for player run groups.


First time playing? Read the First Day in Malton guide.


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Cgisf-tgg.png The Zombie Lexicon covers much of the vocabulary of one of the four different complex methods by which zombies communicate using Death Rattle, namely Zamgrh. The other three are Zombese, Zombish and Zomban. The latter three refer to codes that can be translated, while Zamgrh is a zombie attempt at language. These serve several important functions including coordination with other zombies and limited communication with survivors. (more...)

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  • Come join the Block Party being held in Roftwood! Dedicate one character exclusively to the Roftwood area for a month, July 15 to August 15, and raise havoc or defend against the endless dead.

This month in Urban Dead history: September

  • September 7th, 2005: UDWiki is created.
  • September 8th, 2007: The millionth character is created.

See the other September events from UD history...

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