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May 2018

May 23rd

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ... the Lance Building has fallen - repeat, the Lance Building has fallen ..."--Emot-siren.gif LABIA on the INTERNET Emot-siren.gif Dunell Hills Corpseman The Malton Globetrotters#24 - You rated this wiki '1'! Great job, go hog wild!|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| TMG 08:25, 23 May 2018 (UTC)


December 2014

December 8th

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got maybe a dozen active ... they're just wandering around ... can't see any signs of life ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Lance Building is out of action ..."

November 2014

November 27th

Pashenton has been overrun by The Red Triangle Circus Gang & The Dead 2.0. --Alice Gravesend (talk) 07:59, 27 November 2014 (UTC)

November 15th

The Red Triangle Circus Gang continues to hold east Pashenton hostage.--Alice Gravesend (talk) 11:04, 15 November 2014 (UTC)


August 19th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... a few buildings with lights on ... only a few buildings damaged ... the Woolven Building has definitely fallen ..." -- Jen T | SFHNAS | PK 16:15, 20 August 2014 (UTC)



23rd October

  • The Great Suburb Group Massacre 2013 is in full swing! If your group is listed in this suburb's infobox, you should have received a message detailing how to confirm your activity. Please see this page for more information.



September 6th

Pashenton is currently not conducive to human Inhabitation.--Alice Gravesend 06:36, 6 September 2012 (BST)

September 17

Pashenton is still wrecked as the war between Zombras Pub and the Dawn Patrol continues. Zombra was recently killed by mein sohn, and my own life was take by Dawn Patrol leader Goathammer. Avoid if possible.--Jeff the Zombie Pwnr 4:43, 17 September 2012 (CTZ)

September 27th

Many of Pashenton's non-essential and some resource buildings have been restored, and zombie numbers appear to be diminishing. --ColdSteel144


March 19th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... the Woolven Building is being held ..." --Clevin 01:07, 19 March 2012 (UTC)

March 15th

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." --Clevin 21:32, 15 March 2012 (UTC)

March 4th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." --•▬ ▬••▬ • •••• •▬ ▬•▬• ▬•▬ #nerftemplatedsigs 18:50, 4 March 2012 (UTC)



December 12th

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." Son of Sin 21:12, 12 December 2011 (UTC)


October 30th

Pashenton is looking green in the West. Most essential buildings are powered & barricaded. TheSonOfSin 19:19, 30 October 2011 (UTC)


September 17th

Not many on the western side, mabye 15 or so but on the east side, about 20-35, the Lance Building has lights on, most survivors in buildings, MDS have started a new revive point at Sambone Walk Railway Station --NinjaCoconut 11:08 17 September 2011 (GMT)

September 4th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, twenty or so on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... only a few buildings damaged though ... power's back on at the Woolven Building " --Jen 06:19, 5 September 2011 (BST)


June 15th

Pashenton has few zombies; several caded buildings, most resource points lit. Rebuilding is going well so far... Rhesus Pieces 06:31, 16 June 2011 (BST)

June 1st

I have been preparing Pashenton suburb for rebuilding. Most TRP's are ready for rebuilding because I cleared out them out of z-bags. Plenty of people to be revived so I would get a move on.--Moodie  Talk  Contributions 17:10, 1 June 2011 (BST)


May 23rd

"... Pashenton is still active, maybe seventy on the streets ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... heavy structural damage ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." Sukyanti 11:17, 23 May 2011 (BST)

May 20th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, twenty or so on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... only one building with lights on ... most of the buildings are ruined ..." -- Kittithaj 23:30, 20 May 2011 (BST)

May 13th

"... Pashenton is still active, about forty on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... can't see any signs of life ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Woolven Building is in bad shape ..." Sukyanti 11:10, 13 May 2011 (BST)

May 8th

A recent scouting report across the suburb revealed most of resource buildings, if not most buildings, were ruined. No sign of life was seen on the streets. A terrible sight. -- Kittithaj 22:21, 8 May 2011 (BST)

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, about sixty on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... can't see any signs of life ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Woolven Building is in bad shape ..."
And the External Military broadcast a day later confirmed the situation. -- Kittithaj 08:05, 10 May 2011 (BST)


April 6th

Large portions of Eastern Pashenton and the areas surrounding both NT's have fallen to the hordes of Decepticons. Recommending upgrade to very dangerous --Sparticulous 12:28, 6 April 2011 (BST)

April 5th

Situation in the area surrounding Lance NT continues to deteriorate, as well as along the eastern border of Pashenton. Zombies are swarming around, pushing Survivors back. Pillinger & St. Seraphim's are both down, while Rawkins is holding out at EHB with no lights. Woolven NT and its surrounding area have been under heavy assault as well, with Woolven, Blaxall, and Factory 73,17 in ruins. Suburb is getting close to Dangerous. Found a safe area to huddle with other Survivors for now...(crash) wft?! OH GOD NO, AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH- -Bobby Big Balls 13:17, 5 April 2011 (BST)


March 18th

Survivors within Pashenton should be wary as zeds have attempted parachuting. Lance bld too has been overrun by lv 1 zeds and the Decepticons. --Northboundsnow 12:20, 18 March 2011 (UTC)

Lance has been overrun, but contrary to some reports, there are no level 1 zeds anywhere inside or nearby.-Bobby Big Balls 07:33, 27 March 2011 (BST)

March 12th

With survivors pushing back hard zeds in the surrounding suburbs, for the first time in a long while, most of Pashenton's buildings are secured and barricaded and the small group of survivors here can breathe a sigh of relief. --Northboundsnow 03:26, 12 March 2011 (UTC)

March 7th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, a couple of dozen on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... the Woolven Building is being held ... the Lance Building is in ..." -- Kittithaj 18:51, 7 March 2011 (UTC)

March 4th

Not a lot of survivors here but key resource buildings are maintained by hardy group of survivors. Small number of zeds spotted along the whole stretch of eastern border between Pashenton and Rolt Heights with minor skirmishes breaking out. --Northboundsnow 02:30, 4 March 2011 (UTC)

March 1st

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, twenty or so on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... only a few buildings damaged ... the Woolven Building is being held ..." -- Kittithaj 00:04, 2 March 2011 (UTC)


February 27th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, twenty or so on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... the Woolven Building is being held ..." -- Kittithaj 17:02, 27 February 2011 (UTC)

February 13th

Despite rumors to the contrary, the Autobots are most certainly still active and fighting to protect the fair suburb of Pashenton. Until All Are One. Optimus Primus 19:47, 13 February 2011 (UTC)

February 6th

The great suburb group massacre has been completed for this suburb. As such, Autobots, The Reformed Order of the Grim Reaper, Umbrella Biohazard Containment Service, Undead University, Zombra's Pub, Headhunters and Red Triangle Circus Gang have been removed from the suburb listing.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 14:46, 6 February 2011 (UTC)

February 5th

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got about forty active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... the Lance Building is being held ..."

The suburb is looking better. Now it's only Moderately Dangerous. -- Kittithaj 19:45, 5 February 2011 (UTC)


January 22nd

The Great Suburb Group Massacre has commenced. Check your group talk page to confirm what suburbs you are active in.--Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 16:36, 22 January 2011 (UTC)

January 3rd

Suburb declared unsafe and dangerous. Most resource points are taken. Thread with care, survivors!

-- Mikealvas 13:47, 3 January 2011 (UTC)



December 14th

Leader of the Autobots reporting: Suburb is mostly lit and caded, with very little zombie activity inside the borders of the suburb. Currently the Autobots are finishing placing generators and fuel in the rest of the buildings.

Optimus Primus 09:31, 14 December 2010 (UTC)


November 10th

Necrowatch suburb update completed. Most buildings repaired and many powered. Zombie activity very light. More activity on the Eastern border but still fewer than 10 zombies on a given scan. NT scans and suburb status updated.

--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  22:12, 10 November 2010 (UTC)


October 20th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe seventy on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... the Woolven Building is the only building with any lights on ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Lance Building is in bad shape ..." --Immortal 09:42, 21 October 2010 (BST)

October 10th

The quiet suburb of Pashenton is starting to get noisy. The Lance Building is overrun - with 19 of the shufflers inside - and I can't begin to think of saving the few inside who still draw breath. I've just confirmed an east-west split in terms of safe vs. unsafe in Pashenton, but it's not as wide as I had thought: everything east of Mist Library is dead...the buildings are in ruin, and zombies abound (but no more than 21 - at Pillinger Auto - so far in a block). I'd be surprised if that didn't start shifting westward soon enough. As before, I've tried to warn as many people as possible. I hope I can get a few out of harm's way, because this is starting to look like a number of other suburbs I've been through - and ran from - in the past few weeks. Roberto Tomba 22:21, 10 October 2010 (EST)


September 17th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... only a few buildings damaged ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." --Immortal 09:52, 17 September 2010 (BST)

September 5th

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got thirty or so active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... serious collateral damage ... the Lance Building is being held ..." --Immortal 18:44, 5 September 2010 (BST)

September 3rd

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe fifty on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... several buildings with power ... heavy structural damage ... the Woolven Building is being held ..." --Immortal 11:28, 3 September 2010 (BST)


August 7th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, about sixty on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a few buildings with lights on ... heavy structural damage ... the Woolven Building is being held ..." -- Kittithaj 01:20, 8 August 2010 (BST)


July 29th

The Red Triangle Circus Gang, numbering more than 15, has torn down the Lance Building's barricades. Three blocks to the Southeast, St. Seraphim's Hospital has been breached by about 20 zombies of unknown affiliation. Both buildings seem lost at this point. -- Kittithaj 02:55, 29 July 2010 (BST)

The Red Triangle Circus Gang turned to attack The Woolven Building. Currently, there is about 20 zombies inside it. The suburb's both Necrotech buildings are effectively gone by this point, and revival will come to a halt. -- Kittithaj 18:59, 29 July 2010 (BST)

July 16th

Nothing of note to report in the South-West region. St Seraphim's is under light attack, three zombies inside and four survivors who could use some help. If the Zeds know what's good for them they'll clear out in the next 24hrs before me and my axe come back... Lt Wood 03:06, 16 July 2010 (BST)

Hah, what do you know. St Seraphim's is secured, but the generator is down and the church next door is ruined with five Zeds hiding inside. Wait, make that four >:D Lt Wood 23:26, 16 July 2010 (BST)

July 6th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." -- Kittithaj 02:39, 7 July 2010 (BST)


June 30th

  • crackle*KSSSSSSSSHT- Okay, been a long time since I've reported in. Uh, spent the last few months curled up in an old van inside Blaxall Auto Repair. Needed some R&R. Well, to be honest, I got sick of the constant fighting. The Zeds bust their way in, and I'm one of the bastards stupid enough to make a stand. You pour God knows how many bullets into those things, and sometimes they get driven back, other times you get your skull cracked. Sometimes you gotta get up close and personal 'cuz ammo is thin on the ground. I remember standing amidst the rubble of that goddamned Necrotech facility in the Woolven Building, head to toe in blood, fire axe caked with chunks of Zed. We'd been fighting for something like three days straight, and the fuckers had finally won, tore the place to the ground. And I couldn't help but think, why do we think we're any better than they are? They kill us, we kill them. So I'd had enough. Let some bright-eyed dumbass young fools take over, calling themselves the Autobots. It's all the same around here. They'll lose interest soon enough and go their own ways, form other groups and act like they're here to save the city. Haven't seen one man wearing that goofy robot head on his sleeve, so who knows. Nonetheless, things have quietened down in the surrounding blocks. Sun goes down and you get maybe ten of 'em slapping their palms against the barricades. Sometimes they get in, bite anyone they can, smash anything that is lit up and humming. You'll walk past a dark building and hear the rotters inside, chuckling to their idiot selves 'coz they managed to break a generator. The stupid things are barely being held together by zip ties and tape, doesn't take much to smash 'em. So we've got some packs of roaming vandals, no big deal. We're managing to get by day to day. --Lt Wood 16:41, 29 June 2010 (BST)

June 14th

NecroWatch reported in from the Lance and Woolven Buildings today. Recent NecroNet scans had revealed that there were 54 zombies within scanning range of the facilities, after accounting for scan overlaps. Of note, there were 11 zombies at Dungey Alley Police Department, 6 zombies were standing at the Stringer Street revive point, while 4 zombies were at the Dickin Building. Meanwhile, over in Rolt Heights there were 4 zombies at St. Romuald's Church and another 3 zombies standing at the Franks Avenue revive point in Earletown. The remaining detected zombies, which were alone or in pairs, were scattered across the area. --Mobius

June 5th

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got maybe a dozen active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... the Lance Building is being held ... the Woolven Building is out of action ..." -- Kittithaj 19:57, 5 June 2010 (BST)


May 5th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..."--Tyx94 00:54, 6 May 2010 (BST)


April 22nd

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 01:34, 23 April 2010 (BST) (broadcast April 22)


March 14th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 03:20, 15 March 2010 (UTC) (broadcast March 14)

March 4th

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 03:09, 4 March 2010 (UTC)

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..."
--Ryan Rocksmith 13:52, 4 March 2010 (UTC)


No report during this month. The suburb was considered Safe during the time, with no more than a dozen zombies lurching around and most buildings intact. Perhaps it was so safe, there was nothing noteworthy to report.


January 31st

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got maybe a dozen active ... they're just wandering around ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Lance Building has power ..." -- Kittithaj 08:04, 31 January 2010 (UTC)

January 20th

Pashenton is slowly being reclaimed by survivors. Most of the buildings have been repaired, but there are still gaps in the free running lanes. The resource buildings are barricaded, but unlit and largely unmanned. Numerous zombie groups patrol the streets and gnaw at the barricades, but the low number of active survivors in the suburb means that they are having a hard time finding those sweet succulent brains on which to feast. JackGoodaxe 00:47, 21 January 2010 (UTC)

January 13th

External Military: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe fifty on the streets ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... a few buildings with lights on ... heavy structural damage ... the Woolven Building has definitely fallen ... —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Chief Seagull (talkcontribs) 11:48, 13 January 2010 (UTC).



December 12th

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got nearly a hundred active ... mostly just small groups ... a few buildings with lights on ... most of the buildings are ruined ... the Lance Building has fallen - repeat, the Lance Building has fallen ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 14:27, 12 December 2009 (UTC)


November 21st

Pashenton is offically ruined. Yesterday we received word from the Autobots that southern Pashenton was overrun and that they were falling back and that we should do the same. A little while later an organized mob of zeds took out the largest survivor stronghold in the suburb Dungey PD. Dont know if the MOB coordinated or participated in the strike but i do know that whoever is left alive wont give much resistance and should regroup outside the suburb -Gt71 00:50, 21 November 2009 (UTC)

November 1st

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 14:43, 1 November 2009 (UTC)


October 26th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe a dozen on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 22:39, 26 October 2009 (UTC)

October 18th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 20:21, 18 October 2009 (BST)

October 7th

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." --Ryan Rocksmith 12:42, 7 October 2009 (BST)

October 2nd

Most of southern Pashenton is lit, rebuilt and caded. Optimus Primus 07:12, 2 October 2009 (BST)


September 16th

MOB left the suburb for Raines Hills. Survivors took this opportunity to repair the Woolven Building. Other buildings around it is still ruined, though. -- Kittithaj 20:31, 16 September 2009 (BST)

September 14th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, about sixty on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a few buildings with lights on ... heavy structural damage ... the Woolven Building has fallen - repeat, the Woolven Building has fallen ..." --Rat of Steel 15:25, 14 September 2009 (BST)

September 11th

St. Seraphim's Hospital was reported broken into by 7 zombies on the local radio. The Lance Building was also reported as ruined. -- Kittithaj 22:52, 11 September 2009 (BST)

September 9th

The MOB, disgusted by zerging on both survivor and zombie side of Santlerville, left it and headed to Pashenton. Report of an invasion at the Southwest quadrant of the suburb is heard over the local radio. -- Kittithaj 17:19, 9 September 2009 (BST)


August 28th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." --Rat of Steel 10:24, 28 August 2009 (BST)

August 11th

A zombie broke into the Woolven Building and attacked a few people. It was quickly revived and thrown out. -- Kittithaj 23:35, 11 August 2009 (BST)

Scratch that. It looks like I misinterpreted the situation, having seen it after it happened. Anyway, there was a break-in. A few people were injured. One survivor was killed and was revived later. As for the current status, the building is extremely heavily barricaded and powered. Everything is back to normal. -- Kittithaj 22:32, 12 August 2009 (BST)


July 30th

External Military: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." Laitaine 16:43, 30 July 2009 (BST)

July 27st

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." -- Kittithaj 23:50, 27 July 2009 (BST)

July 17st

A NT scan from The Lance Building shows 9 zombies in range, spread in groups of individually across the suburb.--~ Red Hawk One Talk | space for lease 04:25, 17 July 2009 (BST)

July 11st

A NT scan from The Lance Building shows 21 zombies in range, spread in groups of 1-3 across the suburb, with a group of 8 outside The Vickery Arms.--~ Red Hawk One Talk | space for lease 08:04, 11 July 2009 (BST)

July 7st

A NT scan from The Lance Building shows 23 zombies in range, spread in groups of 1-3 across the suburb.--~ Red Hawk One Talk | space for lease 08:45, 7 July 2009 (BST)

July 4st

A NT scan from The Lance Building Shows 15 zombies in range, spread individually across the suburb.--Red Hawk One 08:29, 4 July 2009 (BST)

July 1st

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." --Rat of Steel 18:12, 1 July 2009 (BST)


June 27th

Cocker Boulevard Fire Station breached by a number of zombies. Battle in progress. --Robthebarman 22:11, 27 June 2009 (BST)

June 11th

External Military: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got a couple of dozen active ... mostly just small groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Lance Building has power ..." Laitaine 22:56, 11 June 2009 (BST)


May 31st

External Military: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe a dozen on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." Laitaine 15:26, 31 May 2009 (BST)

May 25th

External Military: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got twenty or so active ... mostly just small groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Lance Building has power ..." Laitaine 02:57, 25 May 2009 (BST)

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, twenty or so on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." --Eve Amedeus 02:02, 26 May 2009 (BST)

May 21st

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe a dozen on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." -- Kittithaj 00:47, 21 May 2009 (BST)

May 19th

25.96 MHz: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." --Eve Amedeus 04:29, 20 May 2009 (BST)

May 10th

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got thirty or so active ... maybe a dozen outside St Seraphim's Hospital ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... some minor structural damage though ... the Lance Building is being held ..." --Eve Amedeus 13:05, 10 May 2009 (BST)


April 25th

NecroWatchDevice-Shadow.png NecroWatch

NecroWatch reported in from the Lance Building. The scan revealed 32 zombies within the scanning range of the facility. 5 zombies were @ Sambone Walk Railway Station, 5 @ St. Seraphim's Hospital,2 @ The Roynon Building, with the rest just across the border in Earleton. There were some zombies lightly scattered about the suburb, alone, posing no serious threat here.
Necro Technician:--Dr Mycroft Chris 06:13, 25 April 2009 (BST)

April 8th

This suburb has been utterly devastated by the Ridleybank Resistance Front's Excursion IV: Culture Shock tour. --Papa Moloch 00:36, 8 April 2009 (BST)

April 3rd

The west of the suburb is a wreck - almost all resource buildings ruined and no lights on - Sevatividam 13:43, 3 April 2009 (BST)


March 23rd

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got maybe a dozen active ... they're just wandering around ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Lance Building has power ..." -- Kittithaj 15:42, 23 March 2009 (UTC)

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... infrastructure looks intact too ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." -- Kittithaj 15:34, 24 March 2009 (UTC)

March 17th

NecroWatch reported in from the Lance and Woolven Buildings. Recent scans had revealed that there were 13 zombies within scanning range of the facilities, after accounting for scan overlaps. Of these numbers, 2 zombies were standing at Newbould Place, while 7 zombies were detected at the Vicari Building over in Huntley Heights. The remaining detected zombies were each on their own and posed no serious threat to any other locations. --Mobius 11:52, 18 March 2009 (UTC)

March 16th

NecroWatch reported in from the Woolven Building. A recent scan had revealed that there were 7 zombies within scanning range of the facility. Of these numbers, none of them were inside Pashenton, but rather were across the border in Raines Hills and Huntley Heights. Survivors in the area around the Woolven facility have few, if any, zombie concerns at this time. --Mobius 13:23, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

March 1st

After weeks with no sightings, the following groups have been removed from the suburb listings:

If any of these groups are still active, please re-add them to the list. Linkthewindow  Talk  10:15, 1 March 2009 (UTC)


February 21st

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." -- Kittithaj 17:07, 21 February 2009 (UTC)

February 17th

Scouted whole area,only ferals largest group of 4,Small survivor groups in cinemas but heavily caded mostly. -- Dojojoe 20:35, 17 February 2009 (UTC)

February 14th

25.96 MHz: "... flying over Pashenton, it's looking empty ... power's on across most of the area ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." -- Kittithaj 13:40, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

February 1st

NecroWatch reported from the Woolven Building today. A recent scan revealed that there were 11 zombies within scanning range of the facility. Of the numbers, 5 zombies were at the Lance Building while 3 zombies were at the Vicari Building over in Huntley Heights. The remaining zombies in the scan were scattered throughout the area and not considered a serious threat to any other safehouse location. --Mobius 02:48, 2 February 2009 (UTC)


January 30th

No less than three reports from the external military have been made so far today, it's only 16:30! Anyway, it's pretty darned safe:

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got twenty or so active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... the Lance Building is being held ..." (04:22, 30 January 2009 (UTC))

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got a couple of dozen active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... the Lance Building is being held ..." (10:42, 30 January 2009 (UTC))

25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got twenty or so active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... the Lance Building is being held ..." (13:02, 30 January 2009 (UTC))

Yeah... -- User:The Rooster RoosterDragon User talk:The Rooster 16:33, 30 January 2009 (UTC)

January 29th

The pro-survivor group The Unknown claims the NT building The Woolven Building as its own, and begins work in Pashenton.-- OAfro with another nailgun 6:50, 29 January 2009 (UTC)

January 25th

25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe a dozen on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." -- Kittithaj 14:31, 25 January 2009 (UTC)



December 27th

Barricade strafing still rampant, scarce break-ins, most or all TRP manned and caded. I'm downgrading to Moderate just because I feel that going from Very Dangerous to Safe is too bold a move to do it in just one step Scarbrow 06:57, 27 December 2008 (UTC)

December 23th

Most buildings are repaired and barricaded, although there are not many survivors. Due to Barricade Strafing there are few entry points, but you can use the still abundant Ruined Banks or Cinemas for that. Scarbrow 21:32, 23 December 2008 (UTC)


November 28th

Buildings continue to be in ruin. Upon passing through just 10 minutes ago, out of 23 builds seen, 1 was not ruined but only vsb. Zombie count for just 30 squares is 59, concentrated on the repaired building, two shut factories and a revive point. Further information unavailable as to next direction or building names.--Gabbro 17:28, 28 November 2008 (UTC)

November 25th

The western half of the suburb is a shambles. Over 20 structures ruined at this time, with ongoing break-ins and mayhem. This suburb is headed for a red danger level soon. --FLZombie 04:33, 25 November 2008 (UTC)

Very few remaining structures in the suburb. Most of them have been already identified by MOB and may get visited soon. It seems that all resistance has collapsed at this time, and the horde may be in the process of sniffing our their next target. There is a rumor that they will be headed to the west, to try to leap to greener suburbs, but that remains to be seen. --FLZombie 19:13, 25 November 2008 (UTC)

November 24th

With both NTs ruined, the hospital gone, and two PDs ruined, people are starting to notice that The Militant Order of Barhah and friends took a Sunday afternoon stroll. -- Grogh 01:32, 24 November 2008 (UTC)


October 16th

All three police stations powered but at EHB (overbarricaded) and therefore inaccessible without free running. Squideshi 18:39, 16 October 2008 (BST)


September 29th

At least 48 zombies on the streets, and 2 more inside the ruined NT. Breakdown of the Tactical Resource Points:

  • 2 NecroTechs: 1 ruined, 1 without power.
  • 5 Police depts: 3 ruined, 2 powered.
  • 1 hospital: ruined.
  • 3 factories: 1 ruined, 1 powered, 1 not (without 'cades).
  • 2 auto repairs: 2 ruined.

Much of the suburb is in ruins, with some survivor resistance in the North and East. The southwest TRP zone is entirely wrecked. This is, at the least, Dangerous, verging on Very Dangerous due to the extent of the ruination. --Funt Solo QT Scotland flag.JPG 18:09, 29 September 2008 (BST)

September 25th

External Military report (25.96) MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got about sixty active ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... the Lance Building is being held ... the Woolven Building is out of action ..." (abt. 16 hours ago) --WanYao 05:43, 26 September 2008 (BST)

September 24th

The Undeadites have stormed the Rawkins Row Police Station, and subsequently destroyed the temple of The Reformed Order of the Grim Reaper. Tune in to Rnrarrradio 28.05 for more details. --El Coo Cooi 16:16, 24 September 2008 (PST)

September 22nd

Taking advantage of plunging markets and low interest rates, zambahz from Dulston et al. have begun investing in summer homes in Pashenton. St Seraphim's Hospital has been converted to a timeshare[1], and some hobos squatting the Egleton Building are in the process of being forcibly evicted for failure to pay their rent -- fines are beings levied at this very moment, in bra!nz, of course.[2] --WanYao 04:53, 22 September 2008 (BST)

A zed with morbid humour... how unique. Keep us up to date with your "progress", Pashenton updates have been far between lately and your "mob's" "Invasion" might prove "interresting". "Thank you"... Okay I'll stop this stupidity now. --Senister 17:36, 22 September 2008 (BST)

September 9th

Members of PKer group, Legends of Darkness were spotted nearby at Merryweather Cinema on the border of Pashenton.--Alymon 14:07, 9 September 2008 (BST)

September 2nd

External military:"... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Lance Building is being held ..." :Nequa 12:26, 2 September 2008 (BST)


August 22nd

External Military: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Lance Building ..." Laitaine 03:19, 22 August 2008 (BST)

August 18th

After recent requests solicited no response, the following group links have been removed from the suburb.

If any of these groups are still active, please add them again. --Adavastor 04:16, 18 August 2008 (BST)

August 9th

External Military: "... Pashenton is still active, thirty or so on the streets ... a few outside ..." *static* " Boulevard Fire Station ... power's on across most of the area ... only a few buildings damaged though ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..." Laitaine 16:39, 9 August 2008 (BST)


July 31st

External Military: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got about forty active ... mostly just small groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Lance Building has power ..." Laitaine 08:16, 31 July 2008 (BST)

July 26th

External Military "25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, twenty or so on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact too ... power's back on at the Woolven Building ..." " --Vandurn 23:02, 26 July 2008 (BST)


June 13th

Hello former BOW member here. I see that the surburb in real bad shape once again. And surivors numbers are low. How about the surivors group form one big group called Suviorus for Pashenton?(S4P) It help strenghten us all as we work together as one and we can fousc on fighting the zombie horde together. Who with me? yell1011

Doesn't seem like there are any problems in Pashenton to me. Where exactly is the problem at? Zephyer 10:29, 14 June 2008 (BST)
Well,not in Pashenton itself. I mean Santerville which has the closest mall. Me and a few other BOW members are going to the mall to help out. You with us? Yell101 19:40, 14 June 2008 (BST)
Heh, now that's rare. A BoW member who's asking a Cult of the Fallen God member to join him? I thought you guys had a rather unique and delicate problem with us. Don't get me wrong, it's nice of you to ask, but my place is in Pashenton with the cult.Zephyer 03:00, 15 June 2008 (BST)
Dang,I was hoping you be stupid enough to go to Santerville to try and kill me. But you can't blame a guy for trying. And yes I knew you were apart of the Cult of the Fallen God. I remember you PKing me a few times....And the problem we have,could be with the whole trying to kill us. We havn't forgotten. Yell101 07:02, 15 June 2008 (BST)

June 5th

all clear at the mo, suberbs to the east taking a battering, they will be here soon! dacallaway23


May 23rd

My first action upon my triumphant return was to punch an RP griefer in the forehead. The little jerk was level 19, he should have known better. Did the zombies get bored with kicking our asses and start playing poker with spare brahnz or something? -Lt Wood 04:43, 23 May 2008 (BST)

May 9th

Lance Bldg over-run, survivors wiped out, zombies amuck --Oslowe 08:47, 10 May 2008 (BST)12:01, 3 May 2008 (BST)

May 3rd

There are handfuls of zombies here and there, and many buildings are ruined, but there are also many barricaded buildings. Changed status to dangerous. Garum 12:01, 3 May 2008 (BST)


April 16th

Well, if the overall view of Malton is to believed, we are looking at the end days. Over 75% of Malton has been wiped flat, overrun with zombies. Whether this has anything to do with recent changes which made it easier for Zombies to storm buildings, I will not comment. I myself am laying in a ditch somewhere in Pashenton, half-lucid from the drops I sucked from the end of a Necrotech syringe. Had I not emptied my guns before being dragged down some months before, I may have attempted to use it on myself by now. I doubt my arms even have the strength left in them to do so. -Lt Wood 16:52, 15 April 2008 (BST)

Malton looks dead, indeed it does. I used to be a firm believer that Zeds were underpowered and that they needed help, however now that they recently learned to destroy buildings better than most bombs, it has indeed made them formidable foes. That coupled with The Bash pretty much flattened any resistance. As for Pashenton, it is too far from the frontlines for any organised expedition to try and come salvage the pieces. It requires better organisation than just word of mouth to muster what it takes to make a push in a cut off Suburb. I, at the time of being, hold no organisation over my cult, I just hope that they've been waiting for our masters return, for it is nigh... --Senister 10:06, 16 April 2008 (BST)
Its almost game over, huh? But yeah, the Zombies sudden abbility to go "kamehameha" on every building they enter, sort of kills the idea of rebuilding too. Zephyer 16:18, 16 April 2008 (BST)
Pashenton will rebuild soon. Revive efforts are ongoing. --Kingofallpie 21:43, 18 April 2008 (BST)

April 6th

Lance Building is empty and ruined. No zombies inside, but 5 zombies gathered outside. 20 zombies at Homer Street, possibly waiting for a revive. Traveling from Earletown into Pashenton most zombies groups were below 3, although there are a few groups ranging between 5-7. Have only traveled through the North-West section of Pashenton, and currently am in a zombie state. Survivors could possibly regain buildings with minimal losses, although high levels of revivification syringes as well as barricading skills would be needed for the first week. Major zombie resistance unlikely to occur if reconstruction began. -- Aristophrenia 16:19, 6 April 2008 (EST)

April 3rd

25 zeds at cementary by seraphim hospital, we need revives, valuable numbers tied up at cemetary. 4 zeds outside seraphim hospital looks like the worst is over. user:dacallaway23

April 1st

Down to 32 Zombies, In the buildings surrounding Stringer street. We still need revives. --Dr Cory Bjornson 16:10, 1 April 2008 (BST)

A count of 42 Zombies (Not on Stringer Street) Like the 4th of July, Lots of noise and fireworks (Groans and Flares) We need more Needles. --Dr Cory Bjornson 04:42, 1 April 2008 (BST)


March 31st

Breeden Way Police Dept (70, 17) is ruined, Bagehot Way Police Dept (73, 18) very likely too. Around 40-50 zombies in surrounding areas. --TomAngelo 23:45, 31 March 2008 (BST)

Woolven building is overrun, 36 Zombies out or inside of it. 12 zombies in Blaxall Auto Repair. Lots of Feeding groans. And we need Stinger RP online, Or a backup. Other mobs or zombies in surrounding areas? --Dr Cory Bjornson 17:35, 31 March 2008 (BST)

March 29th

Pillinger Auto (78,15) appears to have fallen. Saint Seraphim's Hospital (79,15) has 1 zombie inside, but is still powered and lightly barricaded. If anyone have AP these would be good places to protect, with Saint Serraphim's Hospital needing the most immediate attention.--Aristophrenia 11:53, 29 March 2008 (EST)

Suggesting possibly upgrading Pashenton's danger level when Extremely Heavy Barricades fall to nothing in minutes, not hours or days, at multiple locations.--Aristophrenia 15:50, 29 March 2008 (EST)

March 28th

Join the Pashenton Reconstruction!

Efforts are currently underway to restore Pillinger Auto [78.15], St. Seraphim's Hospital [79,15] and Rawkins Row PD [79,17]. This moderate goal will improve the general survivability of the suburb by a great deal, and only requires the elimination of a scattered post-horde smear of zombies - many of which would likely accept revivification.

As of now, only a small handful of survivors sheltering nearby are tending to this task. If you are a moderately skilled survivor in the suburb of Pashenton and you are concerned about the future of your suburb, help us set up this small step toward putting Pashenton back in the green.--Alcazabedabra 13:33, 28 March 2008 (PST)

March 26th

Woolven Building is still lit and EHB. Three survivors inside, 6 zombies outside. The Lance building is in ruin. 20 zombies just NE of the Woolven Building (revive point - chances are most of these zeds are survivors waiting for revives). Lots of small groups of zeds all over the suburb..--Johnny Skrull 20:52, 26 March 2008 (CST)

March 25th

Bagehot Way PD is VHB. Woolven NT is lit with doors secured.--Scott Timewell 01:31, 26 March 2008 (UTC)

March 24th

Bagehot Way Police Dept (73, 18) is ruined, as well as surrounding buildings. Few zombies outside. --TomAngelo 21:16, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

The MOB has turned it's attention to St Seraphim's Hospital, where feeding groans were heard. An undisclosed number of sleeping survivors have been killed there as well, and a few managed to escape after putting up a brave fight against 20 zombies. St Seraphim's is now ruined. --FLZombie 03:44, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

March 23rd

In the early hours of March 23rd, Dungey Alley Police Department was taken by the MOB's Inquisition. Six survivors were killed on site, and yet another nine were bitten and infected. Additionally, the valiant defenders of Blaxall Auto Repair, aka Fort Roughneck, where a sign proclaimed, "Welcome home, Reds. We kept the place toasty. Lt W", succumbed to another zombie attack. The 2-3 victims there were dragged out, and ultimately killed by passing feral zombies.--FLZombie 03:44, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

Running out of ammunition in the middle of an attack really stinks. Thought I'd share that. Lt Wood 12:59, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

March 22nd

The Militant Order of Barhah struck yet another two blows to the defenders of Pashenton. In the early hours of today, the Woolven Building NT and the factory at 73, 17 were targeted in coordinated assaults. 20 survivors were killed by the horde.--FLZombie 04:06, 22 March 2008 (UTC)

So why the hell is this place still green? Updated to Orange. The man 12:36, 22 March 2008 (UTC)
BREAKING NEWS: There are unconfirmed reports of several deep, echoing groans emanating from the installations of the Lance Building NT in the NE of the Pashenton. This was the only remaining NT building in Pashenton, after the Woolven Building had been overrun early this morning. At this time, survivors are cautioned from approaching this area, any and all NT activities will have to be diverted until such time that the NT buildings can be repaired.--FLZombie 14:24, 22 March 2008 (UTC)

Over 20 killed my hairy ass. People thought this was another Bash and fled like headless chickens. So far I've only seen co-ordinated assaults on specific buildings by moderate sized mobs. Bashes consist of hundreds of Zeds, and flatten entire suburbs like a wave. Stop panicking and get back here to help. -Lt Wood 05:29, 23 March 2008 (UTC)

March 21st

Breaking news, a mob of 25 - 30 zombies is currently inside Breeden Police Department in the west of Pashenton, killing the survivors inside (15- 20). Broadcast and contact the defense groups! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Havok78 (talkcontribs) at an unknown time.

The Militant Order of Barhah has apparently arrived to Pashenton, attacking the Breeden Way Police Department during a cross border incursion from neighboring Huntley Heights - that had apparently been exhausted of edible targets in the past week. They are following typical MOB procedure for destroying their targets, and many survivors found themselves dragged out of the police building where they had been stationed, and into the waiting arms of two dozen hungry zombies that were outside. Survivors should seek hardened shelters for the next week, while the MOB passes through.--FLZombie 22:07, 21 March 2008 (UTC)

March 13th

Hey, just here for a little check-up on your beautiful suburb. There have not been any updates in ten days, ten days in which glorious Pashenton has been revitalized to good as new. Unfortunately, as a zombie, I lack the cerebral capacity to check the NecroNet and officially check the zed count in the area. Any volunteers? I'd like to get us at LEAST down to yellow, if not green, soon.--Vandurn 18:03, 13 March 2008 (UTC)

Things are... quiet. Several days ago I was struggling to hold a building containing several first-level newbies, who didn't have the appropriate skills to help, meaning break-ins were frequent. Another lv20+ player showed up, and things suddenly died down considerably. Since then I've been keeping an eye on the 'cades for 'Fort Roughneck' and slowly gathering supplies. Haven't seen any signs of any Roughnecks though, Santlerville radios have been bristling with Roughneck chatter, so no doubt they've been busy. There are mild numbers of Zeds about, mostly scattered about in groups of two or three. I'm halfway through a patrol to check on Tactical Resource Buildings, stopped at Dungey Alley to lend a hand. Things are looking quiet, I suggest status be dropped to yellow. -Lt Wood 16:19, 14 March 2008 (UTC)

March 3rd

I couldn't find those 50 zombies, more like 30 spread over the entire suburb. Nor did I find more than two ruined TRPs when I ran around the 'burb today. Moved the danger level one step down. --Rettaw 20:31, 3 March 2008 (UTC)

Agreed. Things are pleasantly quiet around my neck of the woods, I've been going berzerk with a fire-axe and some FAK's to keep some local newbies alive. I could really go for some ammunition though... Lt Wood 11:50, 5 March 2008 (UTC)
I'd offer a helping hand, but my hands are currently claws. Yes, it seems like the suburb has calmed down a bit. Save that Woolven is still ruined (I cleared it out) and there's a thin layer spread all over the southwest side. I'm not in any revive cues, I'm surprised to say that being a zombie is actually pretty fun. Good luck! I'm off to cool my heels for a little while, I've got a bounty on my head. --Vandurn 23:43, 6 March 2008 (UTC)


February 25th

Bad news, Pashenton lovers. There are 50, yes, 50 zombies according to the Necrotech scan I just made. Now, you might ask, "How did you manage that"? That's a trade secret, baby. Most of the buildings in the area have been destroyed, admittedly, but there are a handful that have been repaired. Unfortunately, as a result of the huge split in the suburb, it makes it difficult for the people on the Woolven side (me) to start work on the other side, to help people in the north, northeast, and eastern suburbs. We're doing what we can, but this will take a while. Next on my list, bring a police station online? And how will I do it? That's right. --Vandurn 20:06, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

Very funny, you damn zeds. I'll be back. --Vandurn 13:42, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

Holy hell, I've survived for four (yes, count them!), FOUR days in Pashenton. Sleeping in a ruined building and blowing zombie brains across the suburb. For the time I suggest people keep at least 15 or so AP spare to run away from any zombies that you fail to kill. If they have the Scent Trail skill they'll hunt your ass down and call friends. Pashenton still looks very dangerous right now. -Lt Wood 14:52, 27 February 2008 (UTC)

Ammendum to previous post: I've noticed a lot of BOW tags about, bragging how they rebuilt the suburb. I've also noticed that most of these structures were left unbarricaded, and there's no signs of a BOW presence at all. So they swept through, repaired the buildings and left. I'm now trying to keep a half-dozen or so newbie players alive, and any signs of another high-level player would be a great relief. Drop a note and a link to your profile on my User Discussion page if you want to lend a hand. I suspect the zombie players read these pages, as anytime I've dropped mention of my location I've been dragged outside and killed within 24 hours. Smelly bastards seem to have something against me... Lt Wood 15:55, 5 March 2008 (UTC)

February 24th

Is there any reason not to list Pashenton as a grey ghost town on the Suburb map? All of the buildings appear to be ruined with nobody home. Are there still even that many zambahz? --Ginormous 20:40, 24 February 2008 (UTC)

From what I can gather Pashenton is effectivly a ghost town, however no organized zombies live here either. Sources tell me that ruined buildings are occupiable, seeing as the few zeds that still prowl ignores the non-resource buildings that are ruined. However I don't currently reside in Pashenton myself, I just recently got back on my feet to be honest, so I can't confirm the number of zeds or the presence of any groups. As for survivor groups, none of the 'oh so vigilant' groups seem to be doing any effort in retaking Pashenton. Like last time the Bash turned the tide this way, DEM left the sinking ship to fend for itself. But well, Pashenton was strong enough to rebuild last time, and just because the Bash learned to ruin buildings we will not falter. --Senister 09:57, 25 February 2008 (UTC)
Mhm. The vigilant groups will be back any day now. Hell, let's just keep it red for them until they come back, hm? And representitives of Zombra's Pub are there, I might add. So it's not technically a ghost town. Um um um. Well, let's just get everything up to snuff again until we start deciding whether or not everything's up to snuff. --Vandurn 13:33, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

February 17th

Well we all had fun didn't we? The survivors all banded together and for a time we had a nice, isolated community,albeit on the brink of destruction, but still a nice community. That is why I'd like to collate information on the fall of Pashenton. Remember, at one point we were all that remained. Please, send me some information about your experience on the fall of Pashenton. Also the Roughnecks are planning a return and we'd like it if anyone willing to help us resecure ol Fort Roughneck would swing by the Tynes Mall and drop a line. --Peter Red 05:05, 17 February 2008 (UTC)

I'm currently awaiting a revive at Breddy Park in Pimbank. This has probably the farthest I've ever ventured out. In terms of the fall of Pashenton, it happened really quickly. The Bash has since moved on to Santlerville, but guessing by the numbers I saw passing through, it would have consisted of over 200 Zombies. Literally overnight the entire area surrounding the Reds' homebase was flattened; over the next 24 hours the zeds systematically ruined anything they could. When I stumbled out of Pashenton, moaning softly and hungering for braaanz, there was not a standing structure anywhere. Pashenton is for now, officially gone. It will take a huge effort to rebuild and secure anything fast enough to hold off the scattered dozens of zombies still in the suburb. -Lt Wood 07:20, 17 February 2008 (UTC)
Yeah. At the time of my death I was arranging myself to secure Seraphim. That was a mistake. Even heavily barricaded...damn they were quick. Tore me out of there in a hurry. I made by way west and have been travelling Southwest since. I'm currently in Shearbank working in a hospital, but I'm looking at the Northeast orange corridor. If we could have anyone in Pashenton tell me what my chances are if I go back, that would be dandy. I'll go back really soon. Oh yes. --Vandurn 15:36, 17 February 2008 (UTC)

February 14th

No. Everything is gone. Status report....nothing. Nothing exists anymore we totally got screwed over. Bigtime.Okay guys. We have to reclaim territory...if we can ever get revived.....not even Blaxall survived...Reds Roughnecks are dead...all of us...Bagehot's down. Blaxall's Down. Woolven's Down....everything's down. Dear God what were we thinking that we could get through it....My Go---My--My God...This will take time. But i'm staying and so is Reds Roughnecks. We can work together as a fighting suburb to fix Pashenton up. Let's do it fellas! --The Shogun 05:37, 14 February 2008 (UTC)

Actually the Roughnecks are retreating for now. Once we get revived we'll come back, but until then orders are to scatter to a safer location --Peter Red 08:51, 14 February 2008 (UTC)

Who's left to retreat? Ironically, I also had armloads of FAK's to help out; I'd barely raised a finger in assistance before my skull got chomped. The Zed-to-Survivor ratio in Malton sucks... Lt Wood 12:19, 14 February 2008 (UTC)
There are more survivors than zombies currently. They're just more organized and attack when we're not on half the time. I'm in Millen Hills. It rolled with it really well, almost all of its Necrotech buildings are online. I'm going to help out there for a while until things head southward a bit. Going back into Pashenton right now is really damn stupid. Even for me, ha. --Vandurn 00:43, 15 February 2008 (UTC)

Yeah I'm gonna have to agree with you there. There's absolutely no way to revive and live more than a an hour or so. I'm gonna go somewhere and lie low for a while because I think that massive green zone down the bottom will attract some attention for now. Then maybe we can catch a break...for once....--The Shogun 03:20, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

February 13th

Woolven building broken into, lots of dead. Zombie force was repelled but they just keep on coming. The suburb stands little chance surviving. I suggest anybody wishing to enter Pashenton does not. What we need is more soldiers and less liabilities. --Peter Red 08:06, 13 February 2008 (UTC)


Well shit. I'm currently dead. With an inventory of faks, ironically. I don't think anybody expected the entire northeast sector to be destroyed. Ugh. --Vandurn 22:42, 13 February 2008 (UTC)

February 10th

NecroWatch reported from the Woolven Building revealing that there were 63 zombies within scanning range of the facility. Of note, there were 8 zombies at the Lance Building, 6 zombies at Perrot Cinema, and 5 zombies were detected at the Putt Building, the Carew Museum, and the Vicari Building over in Huntley Heights. The remaining zombies were scattered and of no immediate threat to any other survivor safehouses in the area. --Mobius187 14:55, 11 February 2008 (UTC)

February 4th

Pff. Geeze You Cult of the fallen God guys really think we're actually gonna be afraid of you!? We've been through more than you and we're certainly not gonna stop now! So it would be better if you just left the suburb or get your shitty parade rained on. I am annoyed just because you think you can stroll into the suburb and expect to be feared because you're a hostile group. No. Wrong. I could name a few guys who would gladly help me destroy everything you stand and fight for. --The Shogun 05:45, 4 February 2008 (UTC)

Now now, I don't expect you to be afraid of me Shogun, seeing as you are not my enemy. I have never tried to hurt the civil population of Pashenton either, so I don't see why we are a Hostile Group. We wage a war against one enemy, always been so and always will. To answerer why I put our contact as The Egleton Building, it has always been our home, the very reason we fight even, the very reason 10 people turned against an invading force back in the days. We are fewer now, but neither our enemy nor the population will have us back down! I won't leave Pashenton for anything, not even if the population goes against us. Also now that we are at it, please refrain from making comments directed at my persona, I find that unnecessary when we can solve this in a polite manner instead of resorting to petty insults and threats. Thank you for your understanding --Senister 16:23, 4 February 2008 (UTC)

Sorry about Shogun, but you have been killing some friends of ours, seemingly senselessly. Please, help us fight the real enemy, sort out you're differences later--Peter Red 05:48, 6 February 2008 (UTC)

No offence taken Peter, I just wanted a few things straightened out so people do not get the wrong idea. That aside, who might your friends be? I don't remember killing anyone but the invaders, are you sure it was I? I rarely commune with my fellow cultists at the moment however, I'll have to ask them if they have missed a target. If such an incident has happened, I apologize and hope for forgiveness. --Senister 15:17, 6 February 2008 (UTC)


January 31st

NecroWatch reported from the Lance and Woolven Buildings revealing that there were 30 zombies within scanning range of both facilities. Of note, there were 5 zombies at St. Romuald's Church in Rolt Heights and 12 zombies at the Vicari Building in Huntley Heights. The largest local zombie mob detected were 4 zombies at the McDonnell Cinema. --Mobius187 02:05, 1 February 2008 (UTC)

January 30th

External Military report: "... streets are looking clear in Pashenton ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... the Lance Building is being held ..." Now, what does that say? It says we're the best. No no, don't even bring up a green suburb. That's the easy way out. After all, Kevin knows best, and I think he just gave us a compliment. Any words? Besides you scum sucking Cult of the fallen god sillies? --Vandurn 00:08, 31 January 2008 (UTC)

Another two-day patrol around the north-west side, very little zed activity and the occasional jostled barricade, but by no means any signs of break-ins. Police stations were all barricaded, lit and well-populated. Also, there were very few bodies about the place, which means for now we're not looking at a repeat of the 'sleeping invasion' that hit Pashenton around Christmas time. I might spend the next few days scouting the surrounding suburbs for any signs of trouble that could head this way. -Lt Wood 13:34, 31 January 2008 (UTC)

January 22nd

Some very bored Zeds and Spies around here. Club Riste, in the far South-West, has been turned into a pinata. If no-one else can be bothered, I've got a fire axe and a tool box. Things are looking nice and quiet around here, I wandered along the western side of Pashenton starting far north; I saw two zombies outside a ruined cinema in Earletown before heading south, down into Santlerville slightly, with the aforementioned Pinata being the highlight. Other than that there were quite a few people out in the streets looking rather cheery -Lt Wood 13:57, 22 January 2008 (UTC)

There aren't many suburbs where you can sleep in the streets safely. I guess we're one of them. But yeah, that also happened to the Stewkely Arms as well. I broke in and fixed things up, but if it's a trend then it's explainable at least. We're a pretty solid group now, but we also have another problem on our hands...for a long time I.R.A.T.E. members have stayed the hell out of our suburb, but recently some of their operatives have been spotted near the borders. I've been taking the time to look through the Rogue's Gallery as I do my patrols, and there are a surprising number of felons on the loose. I've started a project cataloging every member of Pashenton in my contact's book, arranging them into friendlies, potential pk'ers without evidence, and pk'er scum. But I'll keep the wiki up to date on their movements if I can. Finally, does anyone know who keeps slandering player Kirley2? This is really bothering me, as someone wants this person dead, yet without evidence they have resorted to graffiti. If anyone has further news on any of these topics, please post. EDIT: It's player Billy Dungey. I need to start using /iwitness. D: --Vandurn 19:46, 22 January 2008 (UTC)

January 17th

External Military 25.96 MHz: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got maybe a dozen active ... they're just wandering around ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... the Lance Building is being held ..." --DaytonDead 05:56, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Lt Wood sits upright, rubbing his eyes sleepily. He yawns loudly, then freezes. Looking down, he realises he'd been sleeping in an actual bed. A hospital bed, suprisingly. An empty I.V. bag hangs on a rack next to him, and he absently scratches at a fresh needle mark in his arm. A quick check around reveals he's inside St Seraphim's, probably about ten kilometers north of where he last remembers being. His memory draws a blank. Checking the date on his watch, he voices a curious "Oh...". "Now that," he says, climbing down from the bed, "is what I call a New Years hangover." -Lt Wood 06:54, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

I'll say. It was good to see you up and alive again, Lieutenant. Even if you were sleeping in the...middle of the street. As my not-so-daily reports go...three zombies are running amok in the north-central region of Pashenton, near the Lance building. People are in their path, and we need to get them help. Thank you~ --Vandurn 22:34, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
That was the result of a total brain-fart, started browsing another site mid-patrol and completely forgot about it. Oh well, as they say; "Mah Zambah ganna zmazh zam zambah manbagz!" -Lt Wood 05:05, 18 January 2008 (UTC)

January 14th

I refueled the Carew Museum generator today. I'm going to really stress this next point: I need Need NEED help with this. Haven Radio might be too small to do this job, and I am most assuredly smaller, being one person. They are two. Also, be on the watch for gk'ers. Finally, Dungey has fallen, I think. Thank you! --Vandurn 18:22, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

Man, you always know the Roughnecks are here in Pashenton to help, that's why we started up. What do u need help with? We're glad to help man, you should know by now that we'll deal with anything we can in the suburb. --The Shogun 11:23, 15 January 2008 (UTC)

Yesterday the only problem I had with with Denbee Bank, as the inhabitants were refusing to barricade themselves. Now there are two rotters in there. Today I fixed up the police department and plan to secure a generator. Hell. It's going to be a hotspot anyway, right? There are three zombies surrounding Dungey Police Department, but the station is secure and caded up to vsb++. The area surrounding Seraphim only has two zombies, surprisingly, but one looks like he's interested in ransacking stuff, so watch out. He's north of that location somewhere. Also, there are far too many people in the Lance Building. That's my daily report. --Vandurn 15:44, 15 January 2008 (UTC)

January 10th

Pashenton is looking damn good these days. Hell, the last actual post here that meant anything was last year! Still , idiot civilians find sporadic break ins due to their inability (to reason) to barricade enough to save their own lives from low level zombies. Pitiful! A break in at woolven yesterday afternoon was punctuated by zed teeth, as the few survivors located within were bitten. No one moved to barricade. They may very well be all dead now, I haven't done my rounds yet. But even with that blemish on the suburb, we are doing fantastic as compared to our northern brethren. Any comments on Earltown? And how can we help? If we set up an impromptu hospital on the border, maybe work the graveyards again, we might be able to bring them down to yellow by the end of next week. --Vandurn 14:24, 10 January 2008 (UTC)

The Woolven break-in was a minor inconvenience which the roughnecks soon mopped up. After it happened we immediatly moved into action, re-barricading back to EHB and healing infected survivors and reviving dead ones. People might not notice it, but the Roughnecks are doing a hell of a lot. I myself frequently revivify people almost twice daily. We also patrol the area surrounding Blaxall and keep the barricades and survivors up to standard. By the way, who are these MDD idiots?! They're scum, think they can just walk in once everything over and go "We're here now, don't worry we got it all under control." They have no right being here. WE survived the Pashenton crisis. WE helped the survivors. WE died in the process. Let me point out what they've done...Oh it appears they've done nothing. People of Pashenton share your thoughts on this matter. Also where is BOW I haven't seen any for a a long, long time. --The Shogun 03:58, 11 January 2008 (UTC)

Every day I silently thank the Roughnecks for what they do for Pashenton. Unfortunately though, you are quite correct in saying that you guys are shouldering more and more of the work every day. BOW seems to have pulled out, and are probably in their home suburb fighting for their lives. Earltown is a real mess right now. Hopefully they're up there and now all dead, but we can't really be sure until an offensive moves through the area, possibly carring BOW with it. As for the MDD, I have actually not seen a member yet. I'm unsure what to think of them, except that if they are willing to keep members in Pashenton I'll let them pull their weight before I judge. If they are just here for Earltown and Dulson, then hey, they'll be out of our hair soon.
Let me double back on an older point. In Pashenton, when I arrived in September, the suburb was largely controled through its resource points, as a large zed offensive had just rolled through, ruining buildings in droves. Now, however, doesn't it seem hauntingly ovbious that Pashenton is emptier in the parts that matter? I doubt survivors have become smarter, not sleeping in resource buildings, so I guess I have to conclude there are fewer people. I'll work on contacting BOW and the MDD, also, maybe the MPD and MFD have information concerning the BB2 that we don't have yet. I'll post it here when I get that. --Vandurn 14:29, 11 January 2008 (UTC)

January 4th

OMG! A zerg attack! Darth, you are a pathetic cheat! I hope you get all the anti-zerg stuff that the game offers apart from our scorn. -- John RubinT! ZG FER 10:48, 4 January 2008 (UTC)

January 2nd

I spent my AP today patrolling the suburb, repairing Carew Museum, hunting down VioletRayne, and I realized that, really and truly, we have survived another year. Just that I can waste my AP looking for a stupid pker is an incredible thing, because, despite all we've been through, we haven't messed up so bad that we're all dead yet. And that's good! That's pretty damn good. Can the survivors of Pashenton mark up for their resolutions something beyond "survive" this year? I think, under the groups and teamwork we have now, we can. Hopefully we'll be able to make Pashenton known for its safety in the upcoming months, even with early tours running through. I guess that's my resolution. Anyway, happy new year Pashenton! --Vandurn 22:34, 2 January 2008 (UTC)



December 27th

Well Christmas went surprisingly well for Pashenton, but as usual I fear the worst for our future. Whilst we remain embattled against the smallish hordes currently in the suburb we leave ourselves completely open to any kind of unified assault. As the 2nd Big Bash moves progressively north towards the many malls situated there we will find that the zombie numbers will rise. In order to prepare for future hardships we need to co-ordinate a uniform defence plan. I have already prepared a rough protocol on the discussion page, but I feel it would be much better if more survivors added their commentary. The real question is, come the inevitable zombie attack, do we run, hide or stand and fight?--Peter Red 04:49, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

We stand and fight, of course. I will, at least. A lot of the permanent groups in the area are local. Hell, I won't leave the Arms outside of a bodybag if a siege rolls through. Also to take into consideration. We don't have a mall here. There will surely be those mallgoers who don't want to fight. If there are no people here to repair the infrastructure, to fuel the generators, they will be a sorry sight indeed. We'll probably only get attacked by zeds who are passing through, and, if we lose the Bash, the rowdy ones who want to wreck the surrounding areas. Screw river tactics. We need to be either here or near a mall. --Vandurn 20:37, 29 December 2007 (UTC)

December 26th

External Military: "... reporting from Pashenton, I've got maybe fifty active ... a few big groups, but they're spread out ... several buildings with power ... some minor structural damage ... the Lance Building has fallen ..." Happy Boxing Day! --LH779 04:04, 26 December 2007 (UTC)

December 19th

Rawkins PD is relatively secure. We had another break-in overnight, but as far as I can tell no-one was killed, although I found some lovely pus-filled teeth marks in my cranium when I checked in. There are a lot of bodies outside but currently no zombies. Anyone with AP and ammo to spare should direct their attention to St Seraphim's, 8 zombies outside when I checked. When I retreated to Santlerville I tried to get the word out about helping their northern friends, and there are a lot of bored Zombie Hunters down there, so they may have had a hand in retaking Pashenton and the relatively calm state it's in now. - Lt Wood 07:42, 19 December 2007 (UTC)

I guess we just need to keep that up. I mean, both keeping the suburb safe and drafting bored survivors. Yeah, river tactics are great and all, but they're really damn boring. Pull soldiers from the green zone and push them east and west of us. You know? That damn site is almost done, by the way. Also, does anybody knows what's going on in the Northwest Corner? This isn't exactly Pashenton based, but I'm just a bit spooked about some kind of mall affair. Four corners stuff, you know? --Vandurn 20:29, 19 December 2007 (UTC)
Eh, I just moved up from Santlerville and found another break in at St Seraphim's, with three zeds's now at VS++ but the zombies are still in there, and more are gathering outside... -- Ashnazg 0802, 20 December 2007 (GMT)
The wars going the same as usual in the South west corner of Pashenton, lots of small break ins, few deaths, but generally just free xp for survivors. Reinforcements would be nice as if any kind of offensive is actually stepped up we couldn't hold at all. Theres seriously like 20 guys here max, and thats across 9 buildings, all around the Woolven, drop by Blaxall Auto Repair, home of Reds Roughnecks for free cake and fuel. Safe place to sleep also if you're coming up from the south. --Peter Red 10:35, 20 December 2007 (UTC)

"Har har har! Zmazhang barhah-zambah manbagz magz mah zambah habbah! Z!g Zaraham'z az bahn zmazhed bah barhah-zambahz." Lt Wood 12:13, 20 December 2007 (UTC)
We are glad you liked it. -- John RubinT! ZG FER 12:48, 20 December 2007 (UTC)

December 17th

This is getting ridiculous. For the last two weeks Pashenton has been under seige by a medium sized horde. These zombies have targeted, primarily, our resource buildings, and have sucessfully breached our baricades multiple times. Rawkins, Seraphim, and the Lance Building are under constant pressure and our survivors have been hard pressed merely to survive. This attack is unprecented. It has been months since a zombie group has actually targetted Pashenton, and it is time they move out. Here is what I propose. If the leaders of local groups can come together and talk, we might be able to raise a group strong enough to drive the local hordes out of the square suburb area. A forum for this will come very soon. It is under construction right now. Thank you. comments? --Vandurn 15:00, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

Oh yes! We should all get together and talk! We could have dinner! Just let me know when and where and I will bring the whole family! --Ginormous 07:55, 18 December 2007 (UTC)
I look forward to it. How big of a ham should I make? --Vandurn 20:04, 18 December 2007 (UTC)

I'm currently defending the area around the Woolven Building, and I'd have to agree. Break ins are frequent and buildings are ruined daily. Withour organized efforts, and reinforcements, I fear that the small group of survivors defend the NT facilities will not be able to hold them. With the Lance building continually besieged, the woolven building perpetually being taken and retaken, we are finding that the forces of Pashenton are stretched thin, with only more zombies approaching, i'm dreaming of a red zone christmas.--Peter Red 01:01, 18 December 2007 (UTC)

Ok, I have my sights set on getting Seraphim up and running again in the next few days. We had only three zeds inside and five out as of tonight, and so once cleared, I aim to repair, barricade, and set up my portable generator with fuel. I'm running solo but I see lots of folks nearby in Dickin--any interference or zed clean out will be greatly appreciated. Zombies seem impatient in the area; they horded then spread out fast. If there's another area getting hit harder or that needs attention more than Seraphim, please let me know and I'll assist however I can. (Bruce Donner)

Rawkins Row PD has been holding quite well, there's about six other people inside and we've got a generator running. I haven't had a peek outside yet (too busy reloading) but the barricades didn't come down at all during the night, so I'm guessing we're only under light attack and people are actively keeping the barricades up. Huge thanks to the people who came to hold Rawkins PD after I rebuilt the place. In regards to the heavy Zed activity, I think the zombies are quite happy to hang around this area, standing back up whenever we kill them. Things are certainly interesting around here for any brahnz-loving zambah. I think we should withdraw slightly and focus on holding tactical buildings in the south-east corner of Pashenton. I'm noticing a lot of buildings at EHB with a generator set up and one to four people inside. Usually these places fall within 24 hours. I encourage people to maintain free running lanes, and creating safehouses near tactical buildings to fall back to, but try and spend the night in tactical buildings, and check in maybe a little more frequently to see if you can spare a few AP keeping barricades up. In short, we made Pashenton relatively safe for a short while, but we're getting our asses kicked again because we've spread out too much and too thinly in the meantime. - Lt Wood 03:48, 18 December 2007 (UTC)

And that's actually a pretty solid evaluation of the area. Almost our entire southern flank is covered by by the guns and glory of their local groups, but by a great green line where a red and white gash was a month ago. I would wager they would be bored. Also, another problem is that so many groups are local when they would be inter-suburb groups just as easily. The forum will be up shortly. In the meantime, can you guys brainstorm possible groups for this? I think our minimum goal to drive the zeds out of Pashenton, our maximum expectations is to make a group that will keep the northeast corner safe. Hm?--Vandurn 20:08, 18 December 2007 (UTC)

Sign Reds Roughnecks up for defence, we've been working tirelessly to hold the Woolven Building and it's surrounds. With the help of the survivors who hang out in the area we have held the buildings. Constant break ins are repelled and barricades are repaired. Count us in for anything to do with the recapture of Pashenton--Peter Red 07:36, 19 December 2007 (UTC)

December 16th

Rawkins PD has been retaken, however it's only myself inside. Some reinforcements quicksmart would be great! Lt Wood 06:02, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

I reclaimed the Woolven Building. I would imagine most zeds would go straight for the generators, but everything was pretty fine, except for the ransacking. I'll see if I can help you down there, Lieutenant. In the meantime, hang tight. Also, who moved us up a map rank? Last I checked the majority of our resource builds stand fine, there are sporadic break ins but we fix them up. Don't change the damn marker without a good reason. --Vandurn 20:09, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

The situation is looking much worse. The Lance Building NT has fallen. It is ruined, with 22 zombies outside of it. I ran out of AP before I was able to look inside, but I'm sure it's terrible. The attacks are spreading throughout the Eastern part of the burb. Help requested, but make sure you are stocked with supplies and know where a safehouse is. the buildings that aren't ruined are either overcaded or under siege. --Dollar menu 21:22, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

December 14th

St Seraphim's Hospital has also fallen - 20 zombies in and around. Pashenton may well be turning red this Christmas - JFX 12:22, 14 December 2007 (UTC)

December 13th

Rawkins Row PD has fallen to serious attack. There are currently 25 zombies outside and another nineteen inside. Unfortunately my ammo and AP have both been run dry trying to hold the damn place. I'm falling back to Santlerville to resupply. - Lt Wood.

December 12th

Hahpah Grahzmahz harmanz!

*Looks around inside Rawkins Row for people to hug and kiss*

--Hentemann 13:16, 12 December 2007 (UTC)

Happy BARHAHmas, Hentemann. I was glad to see you beat me to the punch here, talking about the party at Rawkins. I got some faks to give to the survivors, but I don't seem to have anything for your crew. Bananas, perhaps? I think a one way trip to ValBARHAH is more in order. It's the spirit of things, no? --Vandurn 14:40, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
Henteman has left the building. Rawkins' barricades were nonexistant, I did what I could to help before finding safer refuge. I think I'm talking to myself when I tell people to watch the barricades.
I think not. Your sacrifice of AP is not in vain, stranger. If you mention what buildings need barricading here and in the game, there's a chance. Hell, there are people who do that sort of thing. Thank you. --Vandurn 22:19, 12 December 2007 (UTC)
Lt Wood here, that was me in the last bulletin, sorry for not leaving a name. I'm down to using a fire axe now, Rawkins has been breached again, a group of six Zeds inside. I used what AP I could to see off a Zed and rebuild somewhat of a barricade. I don't know what the people inside are doing, but they need help.

December 11th

A word of caution. Sleeping in the snow is a bad idea. Especially igloos. On a lighter note, more carroling at a Cemetary, and a well-timed revive resulted in the last line of "Winter Wonderland" being sung in clear English. Super-kudos to Bruce Donner for that. Looks like there's about fifteen active zombies scattered over the South-East corner of Pashenton, with an average of five to eight bodies at almost every lot. That has the potential for an awful lot of zombies, so everyone should be on high alert, regardless of the low current danger level. - Lt Wood.

Ammendum: Currently fourteen zeds outside Rawkins PD, people have been dragged outside and we're having a hard time keeping the barricades up. I haven't looked elsewhere, but this could be the start of another wave of Zeds. Fourteen doesn't sound like much but these guys are very determined to get inside! - Lt Wood.

St. Seraphim's Hospital has been reclaimed, but there are four zombies, probably made up of the same group that originally ransacked it, outside. Has anyone been able to identify any common patterns with these attacks? Have any scans revealed they are of the same group, perhaps? I have been unable to. I will see if I can get to your location, Lieutenant. You'll drive them off if you just keep at it. --Vandurn 21:28, 11 December 2007 (UTC)
I've had to flee Rawkins PD until I build up some AP. Everyone inside is asleep or very low on AP from keeping the 'cades up, and two zeds have managed to break in. Apparantly there are now seventeen zeds outside, they're wearing us down with constant erosion. Some freshly-rested people with ammo would be greatly appreciated, to see off the two zombies and help see to the barricades while everyone's resting. - Lt. Wood

December 10th

St. Seraphim's Hospital fell early today or late last night. Unfortunately, the small group of zombies, probably no more than six, drove off or killed a large portion of the occupants. The generator is currently down, and the remaining survivors in the now-barricaded building are infected. If anyone has any additional information about this break-in, please post it here so we can see what we can do. It is to be noted that these were not inexperienced zombies, but ones with their cortexes damaged. If zombies are allowed to break into hospitals and slay the inhabitants, we have a definite problem in Pashenton. Comments? --Vandurn 20:20, 10 December 2007 (UTC)

My colleague Peter red and myself have been undergoing thorough research and investigation into why there has been such a strain on Pashenton as of late. We have realised that this besiegment has been ongoing for a month upward. We are under the suspicion (although not publicly confirmed) that the Militant Order of Bharhah (MoB) are behind this. We have noticed there has been what could be classified as a 'sweep-through' between the green zones and major places have fallen ie. Many NT buildings, malls, Hospitals etc. This could possibly the last of the green zones. The roughnecks suspicion is that the MoB and other zombies are planning a mass attack on the sole remaining green group of suburbs; have you noticed that there are a little too many bodies lying around in Pashenton as of late? We think that those bodies have been ordered to remain dormant until the big attack. Which is when all of them will stand up and make there way towards the green zones. My friends, this may be and I stress the word may; the last of the green zones. Your thoughts comrades? --The Shogun 01:23, 11 December 2007 (UTC)

You paint a disturbing picture. However, it makes far too much sense to be random assertation. Our question now becomes a matter not of a simple break in but the survival of our suburb, unfortunately. Here are my thoughts to how we can do this. One of our major problems is that our suburb is cut across by a major gash, hindering safe movement. This gash, as you should well know, runs diagonal from Noubould Place [70, 12] to Birfutt Square [77, 18]. This problem is admittedly difficult to counter and hold. If they situate themselves in this gap, we would be open to attack on a number of fronts. What I suggest is this. Those who wish to fight should situate themselves around the three police buildings, located at [72, 12], [73, 18], [79, 17]. I suggest making [73, 13], [74, 18], and [78, 16] safehouses while making [74, 14], [73, 17], and [78, 15] entry points. Sorry that I'm not yping the actual names, look them up on . But that draws me a bit from my point. If there is an upcoming attack, do we have any idea when it will come and how bad the situation will be? Do we know if this army is made up of low-level alts or patient, high level zombies? And who is willing to fight? I am. --Vandurn 14:58, 11 December 2007 (UTC)
I'm willing to fight, but I need to spend a day in Dowdney Mall arming myself to the teeth. It was mentioned that a large group of zombies are rallying to the west of Pashenton, I might scout it out on the way to Santlerville to see what they're up to. What I think we need to do is focus on holding our current position in the South-East corner of Pashenton. That's held so far because there are large numbers of survivors in most buildings. If we expand further we'll be spread too thin and break-ins will occur all over the place on a regular basis. Another tip that might help is to avoid attacking lone or small groups of Zombies. Find mobs of ten or more zeds standing outside a barricaded or lit building, no doubt they'll be trying to get in, and picking off one or two zombies there will be immensely helpful to the people inside. - Lt Wood.

December 9th

  • External Military report: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe a dozen on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... lights are on across the suburb ... infrastructure looks intact ... lights are on in the Woolven Building ..."--Garzahd 22:43, 9 December 2007 (UTC)

December 6th

Lt Wood sits upright, his ears ringing sharply. Shaking his head, he banishes vague memories of Christmas carols. The night is quiet, there's a faint odor of the dead about, but not the overwhelming stink that usually indicates large numbers of zombies, which had been hanging over the area for several days. Checking his revolver, he finds a single bullet in the chamber. That one'd been for me... he thinks, remembering the feeling of teeth sinking into his neck.

Looking around, he sees both St Seraphim's Hospital and Rawkins Row Police Department are boarded up from the inside. Fresh grafiti on the outside indicates recent survivor activity. Lights glimmer in the distance, and Lt Wood smiles, standing up and heads off in search of ammunition.

  • External Military report: "... Pashenton is still active, maybe a dozen on the streets ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... the Woolven Building is being held ..." --Chelsea Dagger 18:15, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
Speaking of teeth sinking into necks, is Pashenton really actually a Moderate suburb anymore? From Woolven Necrotech, one can only see half a handful of zombies int he area. Hell, there are only two attacking the southwestern block (Breeden Way, Woolven, Trigg Arms), and I killed Senister, that silly . Is there a big reason that we are still Moderate, or is this just the eye of the storm? Also, hello again from a short hiatus. --Vandurn 22:33, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
  • I just spent the night outdoors tending the Homer Street RP and not only survived, but found only one person to rev. Lights are on now in all the TRPs that I know about and many secondary buildings are lit, too. Few zombies, no mobs, lots of lights, and humans not even bothering to free run sounds like green to me. Let's get some more input and then consider upgrading to Safe. (and let people know that at least this corner of the map is under control) --OliverCromwell 18:26, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

There are a LOT of corpses around, more than likely mostly belonging to hostile Zombies. So yeah, you could say that this is the eye of the storm. - Lt Wood

I should make another day for this after I'm done, but here's a bit of scary information. You're probably right, Lt. Wood. In Huntley Heights, just a few blocks away from the southwestern corner of Pashenton, there is a horde of 31 zombies. They've formed around 68, 20, that's the Vicari Building if you don't know. Those zeds could and very well might migrate up here, probably hitting Breeden and Woolven while they move. Does the DEM or BOW have any sort of plan for this sort of thing? If not, I'd suggest people keep an eye on their NecroNets and get down here. Am I wrong or right, please respond. --Vandurn 16:12, 8 December 2007 (UTC)

December 5th

A partial report: The vicinity of the Lance NT is clean as a whistle. Lance is EHB and lit with nary a zed in sight and no one waiting at the Homer Street queue. Unclear on how far this calm extends. Updates from Seraph's, Rawkins PD, Woolven NT, and Bagehot PD would provide a more complete picture. --OliverCromwell 20:45, 5 December 2007 (UTC)

Rawkins Row PD and St Seraphim's Hospital are still holding well, but I recommend keeping them at EHB until there are less zombies outside. 15 bodies outside of Rawkins Row PD and 8 Bodies outside of the Hospital as of a few hours ago; most if not all are probably dangerous zombies. --Kolossov 23:52, 5 December 2007 (UTC)

December 4th

The DEM is currently in the area and helping to keep the place secure. Most buildings including Lance NT, St Seraphim's Hospital and Rawkins Row Police Department are being held. We encourage people to move in and help out, but inexperienced survivors may find it difficult because the main resource buildings are being at EHB while they are under attack from sizeable packs. --Kolossov 00:03, 5 December 2007 (UTC)

December 3rd

Update from Lt Wood. I've emptied my weapons and reaped over 500 experience points. Woo. I survived a night and a half in Pashenton, and was quickly revived, regardless of local RP griefers. The area surrounding St Seraphim's is looking safer, although it's obvious the Zeds want this area out-of-bounds for survivors. St Seraphim's is currently still standing, although lightly barricaded and with two Zeds inside. I didn't have the ammo or AP to fend them off, so I barricaded the building as much as I could before scooting to a safer hiding spot. Hopefully the three survivors inside will wake up before being totally eaten.

  • I hear from reports in the Lance building (but cannot personally confirm) that St. Seraph's is down. Status updates on Seraph's and Rawkins would be nice about now. --OliverCromwell 00:56, 4 December 2007 (UTC)
  • Last I checked, Rawkins was standing, although with about five Zeds outside. Seraph's is down. My little hidey-hole was broken into and emptied like a can of beans. Any other survivors who have had their brahnz munched on, find a local Cemetary and join in on some kiZombie Christmas carroling while waiting for a revive. - Lt Wood

December 1st

As of today I went deeper into Pashenton to check it out. It's not good there are zombies at almost every building, i've seen mobs of up to 14. As of now I have scouted back to our home base...Blaxall...there are 6 zombies outside so I made a move into the Woolven buidling which in in tact and functioning. I think we need some Necrotech guys in there. We need to revive some of these guys before it gets out of hand. I am yet to go even deeper to check out Bagehot way PD to see whether it could be used as a stronghold. Currently the roughnecks have been working, mainly; on barricading buildings to EHB or VSB+1. Assistance to do this would be appreciated. use that to notify me/the rednecks for stuff. --The Shogun 01:42, 1 December 2007 (UTC)

The 'burb is looking better than it did. Due to the efforts of the BOW and BAR? Almost certainly. There are still 30+ zeds to the north of the 'burb, but apart from that it is looking good. The Northern Regiment will be assisting in revive efforts from the Woolven Building. --Blanemcc 10:54, 1 December 2007 (UTC)
Also, xombiewannabe may be seen shooting amateur zombie. If he sees you, you may be asked to star in his next "Movie". --Blanemcc 11:13, 1 December 2007 (UTC)
Looks like we're pulling out, the MoB are heading into Rolt Heights. Thanks for the short lived fun guys. --Blanemcc 11:34, 1 December 2007 (UTC)


November 30th

Ok, here's the deal. After dying and getting revived I realised how truly unsafe Pashenton is. People you must realise that these zombies are highly coordinated. They hide, they kill, they hide again. After being to Pashenton and not being able to survive a night several days ago I endeavoured to get revived and gain the construction skill so I may help the survivors fighting on, still, for Pashenton. Once I had received the construction skill, I made my way to the Egleton building and reinforced the barricades as much as I could (VHB+1)now I am getting the rest of the Roughnecks in there. Brothers. Join the Roughnecks cause and help us win back Pashenton. |Stay Posted for more updates| |Word and Sightings of zombie mobs 10+| --The Shogun 05:39, 30 November 2007 (UTC)

I am ecstatic. We are gaining a foothold back in Pashenton. I have barricaded Rawkins Row PD to VSB so it is open to survivors. I have also EHB buildings in the South-East corner ie. Near Ramsden Way (Gibsonton). There are no signs of zombie activity, but these are early days. If anybody comes into Pashenton. Come in with fully loaded guns and much ammo, free running will be very useful in this suburb from now on because of the people trying to take it back. People who do not have freerunning but wish to help with the Pashenton Take-back; stay on the borders of Pashenton so you are near and accesible if needed. I have heard nothing of BOW's activity in Pashenton. But, from a first-hand resource I can tell everyone now that Reds Roughnecks are trying as hard as they can to hold out. Fortunatley, we are succeding in this task. Although assistance would be a fantastic help, help us help the community. I am fighting hard and am trying to piece together Pashenton to its former glory. Later on during these coming weeks and days I endeavour to move inwards on Pashenton an take back where it was that the zombie infestation first started...Bagehot Way PD. Although, friends, this is a long way and seems impossible at the time at hand; these things take time, just have patience and determination, and guns. Once we take back Pashenton, we must keep it. As I noticed just before the outbreak, patrols were slackening and barricades were falling apart. I feel that we may finally win this battle for Pashenton, after a long and bitter struggle. I believe. --The Shogun 15:13, 30 November 2007 (UTC)

-What do you mean you hadn't heared anything from BOW? You blind AND deaf? Were still here! And still fighting! Yell101 16:42, 30 November 2007 (UTC)

  • Hope you guys don't mind if NR come and join in with the fun. --Blanemcc 19:37, 30 November 2007 (UTC)

November 29th

Kill and dump, people! I have a feeling all 13 of those dead bodies got to stand up, right now there's 15 Zeds in St Seraphim's, after I knocked off three. Doors have remained secured since yesterday, so I don't think they can get out... for now.

November 28th

St. Seraphim's has fallen to zombie hands again. 2 zeds inside, 13 dead bodies. Also several zeds gathering in the immediate vicinity. -Isabel Genge 10:56, 28 November 2007 (UTC)

November 27th

The BOW is active in Pashenton, we just don't update our progress here and give away our positions and plans for all the world to see... contact us on our forum for help, to co-ordinate or request a revive. --Robthebarman 10:37, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

The battle to take back Pashenton is underway! Whereas only a day ago my scouting showed nothing but ruin in the east, we now have signs of hope! St. Seraph's is now caded, as are several nearby buildings. Rawkins Row PD is still ruined with several zeds outside, presumably more inside as well. From what I hear on 26.06 there's a expedition rallying at Oram Walk in NW Gibsonton. Hopefully one of them has a genny and a transmitter so we can get St. Seraph on the grid, in the loop, and ready to act as a base for expanding to Rawkins PD and Lance(NT).--OliverCromwell 04:22, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

November 26th

Sounds like things have gone to hell since I left Pashenton. I'm currently inside Dowdney Mall, gunned to the teeth and ready to go. I also have a toolkit so if anyone has suggestions for vital buildings needing repair I'm open for suggestion. The main problem is that most people don't survive a night in Pashenton, and the revive points have very long turnaround times. We need some NT-trained people in this area to hand out revives, that's the key to taking back Pashenton.

Roughnecks, Lt Wood is on your side, give me a direction and a safe place to re-arm and rest, and my pistols can go to work. - Lt Wood.

Yeah, you're right. I didn't survive even one night in Pashenton. Five other guys and myself were killed inside an EHB building. I'm now making my way to a revive point in Gibsonton. Also, Lt Wood if you wish to join Reds Roughnecks just email us. My counterpart is running raid groups into Pashenton from Oram Walk PD. If anybody wishes to join Reds Roughnecks we will gladly except, but email us first so we have notification that you're in. Stay posted for Pashenton status updates. --The Shogun 05:22, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

The Harlock building is a great place to go for a revive. Yell101 21:45, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

November 25th

Guys I just made a visit and am currently staying in Pashenton so I have little information coz i'm only on the south east corner. But I can tell you this. Rawkins Row Police station is totally wrecked, it's wide open and there are 9 zombies inside. There are also moderately large groups of zombies around in Police stations and important buildings. Currently there are zombies evenly scattered out throughout the suburb. Stay posted for more updates on the suburb. --The Shogun 07:24, 25 November 2007 (UTC)

Rawkins Row Police Department, Pillinger Auto Repair, Mist Library, and Perrot Cinema are now also ruined. The Mines Building has eight zeds inside. If you are in a reasonably safe spot, do not leave it without a good amount of AP-- barricades are unpredictable and with so many ruined buildings, it is hard to plan a way to another building. We need people with construction skills to put things back together and give survivors a chance to find shelter.   --cuio (talk) (NW) 07:24, 25 November 2007 (UTC)

It was a hard night. St Mark's, the Lance Building, Cocker Boulevard Fire Station, Maiden Towers, the Vickery Arms, [[Warehouse 73,10], Sambone Walk Railway Station, Dungey Alley Police Department, are ruined. There's a zed or two hanging around those buildings. There are eleven waiting in the Homer Street revive point.

Obviously, FAK are very badly needed, as St. Seraphim's is still ruined.   --cuio (talk) (NW) 17:51, 25 November 2007 (UTC)

November 24th

Significant loss of contact from the Pashenton area, not a safe place to travel through. Zeds seem to have overwhelmed most of the suburb, leaving only the South west corner vaguely intact. I'm going there later, for a hunt, will report back on the state of affairs.

-The Rawkin Police station and the hosptial have been ransacked and Sambombuba or something like that should be KOS after he killed 3 surivors just before zombies ransacked the Rawkin police station. After scouting as a zombie. I saw that Bagehot police station is ruin also.Lance Neotech is still holding. The woolen building is also ruined.12 zombies at stringer street with two at homer street(me) waiting for a revive. Carew building still holding but not powered. About 1/4 of the surburb is in ruin. I uppering the danger level. The SW corner has been hit the hardest. Yell101 19:02, 24 November 2007 (UTC)

The Militant Order of Barhah has entered the suburb and begun its assault.--Jorm 19:44, 24 November 2007 (UTC)

Adding to the list of ruined buildings: St Seraphim's Hospital, St Romuald's Church, and The Dickin Building are ruined.   --cuio (talk) (NW) 02:56, 25 November 2007 (UTC)

November 21st

I've been looking at the Pashenton page everyday since November the 11th, and have noted that nobody has been making notes. Under this assumption, like the roughnecks, many have fled to other suburbs. While the roughnecks are working on claiming Pashenton back, we urge other people in neighbouring suburbs or survivors in Pashenton itself to help take back Pashenton and make it a safe suburb once more. We must fight on survivors, we need to take back Pashenton and kill those zombie bastards running it! For Pashenton!--The Shogun 06:00, 21 November 2007 (UTC)

Absolutely! Send some more harmanz! -- John RubinT! ZG FER 07:43, 21 November 2007 (UTC)
Ooooo! Yes, please! While I did just enjoy my plate of high level non-descript (so much so I couldn't finish! Thanks, Baldzie!) we could use some more entreés! We do have a growing Puppy to feed. Wait - what? Oh, my mistake - a groaning Puppy. --Ginormous 04:08, 23 November 2007 (UTC)

November 11th

I agree. Pashenton has seen a huge increase in the zombies in Pashenton. With a small number of them being organized. Also manpower is very limited. With the seige in Harlock and the lower number of surviors in general. Things have been steadly going downhill for months. With periods of peacefulness for one week and large numbers of attacks the next. Also BOW simply is not what it once was. After a Pker group targeted our members. BOW has been in a state of delcine. With most of it core members gone. And little to no leadership. Our active numbers is only in the 10-15. And we have three surburbs to help protect. And we simply aren't getting anymore recuits. As for the SW corncer. If one part of Pashenton not under attack or ruined.Another part is. And if case your wondering. I been in Pashenton for a very long time. And were actually doing better then we were. Keep up the good work guys! Yell101 02:52, 12 November 2007 (UTC)

Yeah, Blaxall Auto Repair has fallen with 2 guys inside. Peter Red and I tried to save them but 5 or 6 more zombies came in, we barely made it out alive. I made it to St Columbanus's Hospital with 3 HP left and I was also infected but got that fixed. Pashenton is in a real mess. Also picked up this disturbing radio broadcast from some guy it really got me on edge: "...Pashenton...Red alert...20+ killed...Hospitals down..." That freaked me out. Also Peter Red and I are gonna make an assault on Blaxall because that's our gangs home base. Help us if you can. --The Shogun 03:09, 12 November 2007 (UTC)

A few questions, Yell. My first one is, who exactly are you affiliated with? BOW? Sorry, I didn't catch it. Second is, if we're doing better, I wonder if what we're experiencing is the river tactics of the dead, from Stantlerville or some such. Yeah, that was a question, whatever. If BOW is doing poorly, then I'd say you guys need to pick one suburb, one base, and work from there. You'll do a lot more damage if you're concetrated. Even if you guys are weaker, the full force of another group might push us back to green. As for Pker groups, we seriously need some kind of solution, although I don't know what it is. Is there a forum, a discussion area where the survivors of Pashenton can figure out a solution for this problem? If so, let me know. Finally, count on my shotguns to assist Red's Roughnecks, Shogun. Any chance on getting that radio frequency, though? Might be worth it to check it out. The wiki isn't perfect, if hospitals are falling it'd be a pretty important contribution. --Vandurn 14:44, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
Yeah. Sorry I forgot to say that. I a member of BOW. And have been for around a year. Yeah. I think the zombies are using river tatics. MOB is reportly trying to attack the mall in Stantlerville. And as BOW is a loose collective of surivors working together. I have to talk our furture over with them. And far as I know.Thier is no forum forPashenton.But one would be real helpful. Know anybody who could make one? And BOW uses 26.40 on the radio. What do you guys use? As having one common radio frequency. Would be real helpful. As for the pkers. Their either not as active as they used to be.Or being quiet about their work. Honestly I think they like being zombies more. But we seen pently of zombie spys. So I don't know. And Shogun. I see if I can help. Yell101 19:25, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
If nobody else will make it, I'd be happy to. Pop onto Invisionfree, slap a skin on it. Call it Northeast Defense and it's fecking gold. In fact, if we get people to get face-to-face assurances that they are, in fact, the real people we can make sure there are no zombie spies, save in alts but we can work that out later. In fact. I'll set something small up now just in case nobody else has. But anyway. The DEM radio station, 26.26 is crap, I'll switch my channel to BOW then. My second radio just has the military frequence that those broadcasts go on. Ups my edit count quite nicely it does. Does BOW have a forum, though? If so, I can verify in-game my email account so you guys can let me in. A bit paranoid. --Vandurn 21:11, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

Ok. I be gald for you to make one. When it made. Post the link somewhere on the surburb page. is BOW forum. More questions can go their. I set a thread up for this their. Anybiody intrested. Sign up their. When the forum made. I try to get other groups to join on. Yell101 16:11, 17 November 2007 (UTC)

November 11th

I've seen alot of understatements, but break ins are not rare in Pashenton. Over the course of 3 days all of my hideouts haven't lasted more than a night. There aren't many zombies, but they are persistent. I made it out of Pegton, I've seen hell. But this is worse. Blaxall Auto has fallen.

Yeah, they are. Pretty much the entire southwest corner is under siege. For the first time in months, and keep in mind the building is always occupied, Trigg Arms was breached. And we look for these things! Yes, we have a problem. The question is, which group will move to assist? --Vandurn 18:30, 11 November 2007 (UTC)

November 10th

These reports of safety in Pashenton are false. We are undermanned and outgunned. Today alone, upwards of 4 heavily barricaded buildings have been invaded, their occupants scattered or killed. The most important resource of Breeden Way Police Department, A veritable outpost for our early warning system has been overrun, it's generator most likely destroyed. Every minute more zombies pour in, whilst they are not Organized as such, I fear that they will soon unite. Already I have reason to believe an organized group is acting on our borders, and deeper in the heart of our suburb. We will fall, unless we recieve armed support from an organized source. I suggest we place Pashenton on a red alert, invasion is imminent, this is just the start. But there is still hope. A pro-survivor vigilante group Reds Roughnecks hold out in the Blaxall Auto Repair shop, few survivors knew about Blaxall but the Roughnecks are willing to assist any assault to reclaim Breeden Way Police Department. They have first aid kits and fuel with no ammunition. They. Can. Help. --The Shogun 12:48, 10 November 2007 (UTC)

Actually, the MPD is in Pashenton, and I must tell you, we're not exactly having a hard time! This suburb is definitely yellow status. Breeden Way Police Dept [70, 17] is ruined with 7 zombies inside, but all the nearby safehouses are tight and secure. If you want to see a real red status suburb, try going to Ridleybank :P --Kolossov 22:16, 10 November 2007 (UTC)
The hellish nature of Ridleybank is not in question. It's the rising threat of Pashenton. This is getting out of control, but it doesn't merit red status. Pashenton appreciates any effort from the Roughnecks. However, maybe a petition should go to the DEM or BOW for a larger contingent of troops. Past requests have been denied, as zombie numbers were relatively few...but with the number of ruined buildings, I think our problem speaks for itself. --Vandurn 18:34, 11 November 2007 (UTC)

November 9th

External Military report: 25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, thirty or so on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... only a few buildings damaged ... the Woolven Building is being held ..." --WanYao 09:01, 9 November 2007 (UTC)

Lieeeessss...well, no, it isn't. Pashenton could use some help. Care to take a vacation? A working vacation of course. Head to Pashenton! There's a fairly good chance pkers won't kill you! --Vandurn 14:54, 9 November 2007 (UTC)

November 8th

Forward elements of the VZW have arrived in Pashenton and are busy barricading and setting up generators in the Montagu Cinema in preparation for the arrival of the First VZW Malton Film Festival. All survivors are welcome to rally there to celebrate the art of filmaking in one of Malton's first suburbs to embrace the silver screen! --Shazzelim 21:18, 8 November 2007 (UTC)

November 6th

External Military report" "... Pashenton should now be considered safe. the Lance Building recaptured as are most other resource buildings. The only Z's left are low skilled suvivors needing revives. Rage against the mortus is continuing onto ridleybank, after securing the neighboughood. God speed to all. RATM.

I beg to differ. Six zombies just ruined the Breeden Way Police Department. Zombies can be seen co-operating with each other. These are not bored lowbies, these are cortex damaged monsters. If anyone can spare a few AP, can you head down to southwest Pashenton and help patch up this little problem? Thank you. Also, this doesn't look like a real External Military broadcast. Not even close. --Vandurn 14:30, 6 November 2007 (UTC)

November 5th

External Military report" "... Pashenton is still active, maybe fifty on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... some minor structural damage ... the Woolven Building is being held ... the Lance Building is in bad ..." WanYao 03:30, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

November 1st

The Rawkins Row Police Department is ruined and EHB. There are 26 corpses outside, and a small number of zombies in the adjacent cemetery. They'll need a hand cleaning up, and a number of revive requests should be expected.   --cuio (talk) (NW) 18:50, 1 November 2007 (UTC)

Piñata! Piñata! -- John RubinT! ZG FER 20:17, 1 November 2007 (UTC)


October 27th

An increasing frequency of attacks between survivors and zombies waiting for a revive has been noted in this suburb. --Yell101 16:32, 27 October 2007 (BST)

October 20th

The lying bad generators that were in it with the Woolven Needlehouse are not laughing now! They are nice and quiet in their dark, dark, ruined buildings. I wonder how the phones are... --Ginormous 01:00, 21 October 2007 (BST)

October 16th

There are a few buildings with nasty lying generators near the Woolven Needlehouse. We should go and stop those lies... --Hentemann 16:29, 16 October 2007 (BST)

October 13th

Bye bye, Woolven Building! Oh, and Dahg and I really enjoyed our Feast of Pandas at the Walwyn Bank! Is it time for more vodka yet, my Russian Cousins? --Ginormous 18:07, 13 October 2007 (BST)

Yes-yes, vodka is good, vodka is horosho! We love vodka. Goes well with brainz! -- John RubinT! ZG FER 21:46, 13 October 2007 (BST)

October 4th

Heard on military frequency 25.96 MHz: "... Pashenton is still active, twenty or so on the streets ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... several buildings with power ... some minor structural damage ... the Woolven Building has fallen - repeat, the Woolven Building has fallen ..."

HR-HR-HR-HR... the Lance Building has fallen too... NAH MANZ!!! --Anskrim 01:17, 5 October 2007 (BST)

October 1st

" Are you still alive?! We will come soon... NAH MANZ!!!" © UndeadFER --Anskrim 18:01, 1 October 2007 (BST)

Seems my little bulletin attracted some Zed attention. 8 Zeds at Bageshot Way Pd. Don't worry, I'll attend to you soon. Lt Wood.

Autumn come. The sky became gloomy and cold wind has blown - It was a wind of changes - Life was replaced by Death. Bagehot Way Police Dept. The building has been completely ransacked, and has fallen into ruin. --Anskrim 18:17, 1 October 2007 (BST)


September 29th

The Zed attack appears to be centralized around the Woolven Building. Several Zeds are encroached within the building, while the rest have spread to attack adjacent lots, mostly to the South-East. Both Blaxall Auto Repair and Montagu Cinema have fallen. However, there is a Factory directly north of the Woolven Building that has only attracted minor attention, and was at EHB at last check. Free Runners are advised to use the Factory as a staging point. Attacking Zeds around Woolven and then Free Running back to the factory from the Woolven ruins is an effective tactic.

I am travelling back to the Mall in Santlerville for ammo, however I will be making a counter-attack based from Bagehot Way PD within the next 48 hours. Heavily armed Survivors are encouraged to join, as there are about 20 Zombies in the area. Early attackers are to be aware that Zombies in Stringer St (North-East of Woolven) are there for revives. Lt Wood.

September 28th

The Woolven Building has been breached and a group of 5 zombies are inside. 1 survivor left; I was able to heal them up to 21 HP, but had to move before I was out of AP. Needs help.

September 25th

I'm not sure why this suburb was rated Very Dangerous. There is only a single group of zombies over 10, and only a few loners scattered here and there in the rest of the burb. Many buildings appear, from outside at least, merely strafed, but only one was seen actually open and ruined. Many are powered. At worst this suburb is currently Moderately dangerous. --WanYao 04:40, 25 September 2007 (BST)

Guys, this suburb is the grounds for a survival game the BBK are playing called Manhunt, where we scatter across Pashenton, Santlerville and Heytown and track each other down and kill each other. So if you see a BBK member killing someone (who will only ever be another BBK member), please don't be alarmed. It's just some good old fun. Thanks. --DanceDanceRevolution 08:53, 25 September 2007 (BST)

September 8th

The Lance Building (a NecroTech lab) has been invaded and trashed by zombies. This might have a negative impact on the revive point at Homer Street. --Steel Reserve 0

September 6th

The Woolven Building has fallen to zombies. Our on-site correspondant could not be contacted for further information, apart from the occasional groan and the word "Mrnh?" Parts of Pashenton have fallen into zombies' hands and it seems that the currently danger status of pashenton isn't sitable to describe the current situation in this suburb. Many buildings in the west has been ransacked and everyday more and more zeds come. Even a PD has been destroyed... The end is coming... run if you can... --- Last words of an unknown survivor---

Previous report overstates the severity of the incursion. Though Breeden PD and the Woolven Building have fallen, the damage appears localized to the west. A number of lit and barricaded buildings can be found directly adjacent (to the east) of the zombie front, and the largest groups haven't topped 20 anywhere. Safe? Nah, but where is? Holdable? Definitely. Survivors are advised not to venture west of the Woolven building, and to help reinforce safehouses along the 72nd longditude. -- OliverCromwell 18:31, 6 September 2007 (BST)

The Mmm Braanz Tahr's mobile Improv Troupe has invited audience participation, with its Artistic Director claiming the ransack/ruin on the PD and the the Woolven Building NT, and has recently opened the less populated Lance Building NT to the localized performing zombies. With Chancelwood and Earletown falling to north/northwest, an ever-increasing stream of dancing, hungry zeds are pouring into Pashenton on their journey East. Stick around, survivors, and enjoy a wonderful performance of "Zangan ahn za Rahn!". Tickets cost one brain per survivor! --Donathin 19:03, 6 September 2007 (BST)
Your chances of getting further east are going to be hampered if you decide to enter Rolt Heights. We of the BAR, RHVP and The Buckrell Arms Troops are ready for you: We say come on, and let there be glorious battle amongst the flaming ruins! --Blanemcc 20:29, 6 September 2007 (BST)

September 4th

The grey wave that has been sweeping eastward from Yagoton through Millen Hills and Raines Hills appears finally to be losing steam in Pashenton. Whereas the others fell in less than 24 hours, Pashenton seems to be holding with groups of fewer than 10 zombies and many buildings still powered despite a good 48 hours elapsed of this most recent wave. If the survivors can succeed in stopping the horde here they may be able to dissipate this mob and begin to reverse the flow of this Red Tide. -- OliverCromwell 00:55, 5 September 2007 (BST)

September 1st

The suburb appears to still be relatively safe for suvivors despite the destruction very close by in neighboring suburbs. Still there appears to be a slight rise in undead prescence in the suburb. As one resident was quoted as saying " The bigger they are, the harder we....I mean they fall". He further stated "The dead don't surf" which this reporter has no idea what that might mean....


August 1-31st

Everyone was away on vacation.


July 19th

A number of building in East Pashenton have been broken into and ransacked. Survivors urged to be vigilant, keep barricades high, and work together to fend of this attack.--Robthebarman 12:54, 19 July 2007 (BST)

July 15th

The Cocker fire station has been attacked by Zeds I am asking that anyone who can help meet me at St Romuald's church, please we need to help the station, my name is Sean AKA Misery thanks. Oh and please we need doctors and medics to help the wounded.

July 12th

Seemingly all buildings in the NW part of Pashenton are EHB, making it a death trap for survivors. Many zombies present and, given recent attacks, it is safe to say Pashenton should be avoided if at all possible. Excercise extreme caution.

July 9th

Massive zombie attack on the Breeden Way Police Department. The Cades were completely brought down, and most of the survivors were killed. Estimated Survivor Deaths: 20. The whole southwestern part of the suburb is becoming increasingly dangerous.

Note #1: Stringer Street is a revive point, and some survivors obviously are ignoring this and killing the people waiting to be revived. We will never regain control of this part of the Suburb if this keeps continuing.

Note #2: The survivors in the Bagehot Way Police Department and the surrounding buildings (The Church, Factory, Auto Repair Shop, and a few others) are still ignoring the barricade policy and making the buildings impossible to enter for lower level survivors. Many people are getting trapped outside these buildings.

July 6th

Several Zombies were spotted around Bagehot Way Police Department today, killed a survivor. They appeared to be very organized. The Police Department and all the surrounding buildings have been barricaded to the point where unexperienced survivors cannot enter. Many unnecessary deaths are occurring because of this. Also, many zombies have been spotted at the Southwestern most part of the city, however they appear to be unorganized.


June 28th

The barricade plan is now being largely ignored city-wide. Both Necrotech buildings are at unenterable levels and now St. Seraphim's hospital has joined the list. There is growing unrest amongst less experienced survivors. Calls are being made for an education campaign using radio and graffiti to inform people about proper barricade levels. Young survivors are spending the night on the streets with nowhere to go.

June 27th

The Pashenton Barricade Policy is being largely ignored in regard to Necrotech buildings. Lower level science professionals who have yet to develop free-running are finding it impossible to gather much needed supplies from these buildings. The real problem though isn't their lack of supplies, it's that their trust in an agreed upon policy has found them wasting hours of time only to find out that they're going to have to spend the night outside with the zeds. Local Barricade policy advocates fear that this is no way to win a war. user:slivka


April 29th

The Woolven Building is currently under siege, and a number of humans who appear they'd rather be dead occupy scattered buildings on the suburb's west side. One such character, Funk McBogey made this clear by destroying the generator in The Lance Building last night. Many of the suburb's survivors have apparently moved to Santlerville to assist deflecting the zombie hordes currently surrounding the Dowdney Mall.

April 28th

I have reclaimed Bagehot Way PD, killed 1 zombie and caded VS++. If more people came then I'm sure we can have full control of it again. --WeedDigger 15:22, 28 April 2007 (BST)

April 17th

Aside from a large group of zombies awaiting revive at the northwest cemetery, scouting reports indicate that Pashenton is as safe as neighborhoods get, with some even safely sleeping outdoors.

Update: A group of at least 6 zombies have broken into Dungey Alley Police Department. Three survivors are currently in the building with 2 remaining zombies behind a VSB. -Brayan Tresnick 01:52, 18 April 2007 (BST)

April 16th

Bagehot Way Police Dept and the southwest corner are once again in human hands. As survivors from Rolt Heights continue to migrate into the suburb permanently or just to sit out the rest of the Rolt Heights War , resistance against zeds has grown easier. But just as survivors leave Rolt Heights, the murderers follow, and when the war closes it remains uncertain just where the PKer Alliance and Red Rum will go next.

April 4th

Southwest corner of the suburb is ripe with action, as control of Bagehot Way Police Dept and surrounding buildings continually shifts. Zeds currently have the upper hand.


March 27th

It seems a new gker is on the loose in Rolt Heights and eastern Pashenton, by the name of "SweetHikari". She has been reported destroying four generators in the last 12 hours, always trying to pass it off as an accident before making a quick escape. Kill her on sight!

March 21st

The Grove on tour IS HERE! We are here to help and have fun! =P

March 20th

A surge of approximately 10 zombies breached the Bagehot Way PD, but they were quickly repulsed. --HerrBorisss 00:20, 20 March 2007 (UTC)

March 16th

Both revive points were empty of standing zombies. Good job to everyone who helped out. --N0TAPYR0 19:39, 17 March 2007 (UTC)

March 5th

The suburb is slowly recovering. The revives at Homer Street are going well, on average there are about 3-4 revives a day. Between the BOW and random scientists, Homer Street should be pretty much empty in 2 months or less. As for the suburb itself, it will probably take much longer to recover - zombies are everywhere. --Hhal 13:45, 5 March 2007 (UTC)


February 28th

The hospital is in trouble! Genny is destory and zombies in the hospital! Need help ASAP! - Nerdian

February 26th

St. Seraphim's Hospital is occupied and has genny. Help is still requested, as is the usual needs. Nerdian has revive needles if revives are needed.

February 25th

All areas of the suburb are under severe attack. Zombies are breaking into, ransacking and occupying buildings throughout the suburb. Refugees from other suburbs are advised to avoid Pashenton if possible. Any individuals staying in the suburb are advised to check barricades regularly and to immediately rebarricade any buildings they find open.--NEPhillyGuy 13:47, 25 February 2007 (UTC)

February 23rd

All four Police stations of Pashenton are open and potentially ransacked. No very large zombie groups spotted but many 5+ grounds around. This reporter ran south for a quieter time. -- Tonto. 10:00, 23 February (UTC)

February 20th

With an organized undead hoarde moving throughout the burb, residents are advised to avoid the Eastern areas of the suburb if possible, not sleep in resource buildings, and when possible to combat the zombie menace in effective and decisive ways. If you are in need of a revive please shamble to the nearest revive point and specialists will be along to assist you when possible. Survivors are reminded that "Only You Can Prevent Barhah". --NEPhillyGuy 21:55, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

February 19th - 20th

The Militant Order of Barhah enters the suburb and butchers the inhabitants of Rawkins Row Police Dept (killing 32) and St Seraphim's Hospital (killing 25). This is their way of saying "hello."--Jorm 05:08, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

February 19th

The MPD has issued bulletin that Rawkins Row PD has been breached by a sizeable group of undead. Also the hospital has been overbarricaded by paniacked survivors. Survivors are advised to avoid resource buildings, to regularly check their barricades, and to observe the barricade plan at all times so that healers, combat units, and necrotech specialists can move throughout the burb without worrying about being trapped outside.--NEPhillyGuy 12:23, 19 February 2007 (UTC)

February 17th

Zeds have attacked the Woolven Building and left it down with no barricades and doors wide open. Several survivors are still inside. They could use all the help they can get to get those barricades back up ! --HHLethal 10:11, 17 February 2007 (UTC)

February 15th

Pashenton is a fairly safe place at the moment. There really isn't a lot of zeds around right now. Pashenton is pretty safe for newbies...they can just pick off the odd zed here and there with no danger. -- Hhal 13:20, 15 February 2007 (UTC)


January 30th

Overbarricading remains a bigger problem than zeds. This barricading obcession must end or Pashenton will become deserted. Every survivor is required to follow the barricade plan! FEBU members and everyone else are getting locked outside! FEBU asks the people of Pashenton and those travelling through the suburb to prevent overbarricading for it is killing survivors and AP. -- Steve Krauser

January 28th

Overbarricading remains a HUGE problem in the suburb. A representative of the Malton Police was stranded out in the open after attempting to respond to a break-in at a local police station. Instead of being able to help against the zombies he was forced to spend all his movement trying to find a way inside. Literally EVERY designated entry point in Eastern Pashenton was overbarricaded. At least one other individual is stranded outside as well. Overbarricading kills. Locals are reminded to familiarize themselves with the barricade plan. If you are in a building designated as an entry-point and you notice the barricades are above VSB then please assist The Malton Police, The Malton Fire Department, BOW, Ragnarok and ALL of the survivors of Pashenton by lowering the barricades to VSB.--NEPhillyGuy 17:00, 28 January 2007 (UTC)

January 19th

Captain MatJack1 of the MFD has been kind enough to section off a section of his Gibsonton forums for the active groups of Pashenton to gather and talk, located here at the Pashenton forums. Active survivor groups in the suburb please feel free to use this resource as a means of coordinating efforts with others to make the area safer. --Agrojagg 11:03, 19 January 2007 (UTC)

January 18th

Representatives of the Malton Police Department arrived in the suburb today to assist in the struggle against the undead. The previously proposed barricade plan met with much acceptance in discussion with local groups, and while the plan is still open to input and modification, planning has begun to implement it.--NEPhillyGuy 14:20, 18 January 2007 (UTC)

January 15th

A Proposed DEM barricade plan has been posted on the Pashenton talk page. All active groups in the suburb please take a look at it and post your thoughts. --Agrojagg 12:59, 15 January 2007 (UTC)

January 11th

Many low-level players are getting stuck outside of buildings and devoured by Zeds. Even long-standing and professional defenders of Pashenton, the BOW, have been forced to travel outside Pashenton to find entry points. The BOW requests that all newer groups stop these actions that are driving away new players and making Pashenton unsafe for all players to be. -Pepper Snow

January 8th

FEBU is managing to keep the suburb zed-free. Major resource buildings are to remain barricated to the maximum. Suburb is fully operational. Our members are doing regular patrols on Chancelwood to keep the neighbouring suburbs safe. - Steve Krauser



December 30th

St. Seraphim's Hospital Has three zombies, no barricade, and quite the pile up of dead body's outside. Seeing how its the only hospital, or place to get first aid kits unless you count churches in this suburb, any aid ranging from taking a few swings with your level one ax skills before fleeing so you can avoid scent trail, to bringing in your group would be appreciated by those that like first aid kits. -Matt Darkthorne

December 27th

Cocker boulevard fire station is under attack. One zed inside and barricades in sorry shape, this is an s.o.s. requesting back up, over and out. -bryan broadway


November 26th

The only hospital in the suburb has been over-barricaded, preventing new players from re-supplying their FAKs.

With a new co-leader, Ragnarok hopes to assist BOW with their new revive point at Stringer Street. The combined efforts of these groups should reduce the number of standing zeds significantly.

November 23rd

Today BOW has set up a new revive point at stringer street [73,15] feel free to use it because we have some of our finest revivers stationed there. Oh and for the zombies who think woolven will be a feast again, i assure you it won't.

November 19th

As one of the zombies who broke into the Woolven building recently, I'd like to thank all the harmanz who have been hanging around there for the past few days. I'm sure I speak for myself and all the other zombies when I say you were gracious hosts and that your organs were delicious. - Aswepe

November 16th

A new group has been formed called the Pashenton Defence. It is aimed to aid any other groups to help and regain control of the area. The first goal is to set up a succesful perimeter around the woolven building and to start bringing back our fallen friends!

November 14th

BOW has now moved to secure the complex around the Woolven Building. Its only a matter of time before the SW quadrant is under our control and it will be safe to return to those buildings close by. Me101

November 11th

Well the town is under some control (thanks in partily to BOW). It's still not that safe, and you'll occasionally see zombies in a group of 10+. A real problem is PKers and GKers, its not really bad, but there is at least two reports of a PKer or GKer per week. Even-though, as I see it, the zeds are fighting a losing battle, but then again don't underestimate the living dead in large numbers. If you want to help, go to -Brother Jak

November 2nd

Halloween was one hell of a night. Zeds were able to smash through many once-thought "safe" houses, and the effects can still be seen as a growing mob of zombies await revival at Homer Street.


October 8th

Breeden Way, months ago a bastion of human resistance, lies empty. The shell of the police station is a symbol of the desolation of Pashenton. Few enough zombies, mostly because they've moved on to feeding grounds still held by the living.

Update: In responce to the plight of the people of Pashenton, the Bastards of War, better known as BOW, have sent a squad to restore order to the suburb. Our activities will currently center around the Lance Building, but we will soon control the mobile phone mast and the Dungey Alley P.D. Homer Street is now a revive point for all residents of Pashenton. If you want to help, go to -Oni Zuka


September 21st

Talk about things getting hot. I just recently arrived in Pashenton, and the suburb appears to have been overrun. Seeing as I came from Giddings Mall in Pitneybank, I didn't get too far into Pashenton before having to barricade myself up in a building to rest. The Necrotech Facility, the Lance Building, and most resource buildings around it have been overrun. The suburb is mainly uninhabitated by humans in that area, and there are scattered groups of zombies.

September 13th

After two days holed up in Pillinger Auto Repair, I was able to take a look around the surrounding blocks without getting trapped outside. What I saw was a marked change from when I came here two days ago. Instead of none or light zombie presence, almost every block had zombies there. I can only imagine the rest of the area is like this as well. While the most I saw in one place was five, I fear that if they keep coming we may have to leave. We'll have to shore up the barricades before we go to sleep tonight.--J Muller 23:31, 13 September 2006 (BST)

September 3rd

Things are getting hot, there are active zombie break-ins and what appears to be the beginnings of a coordinated attack. Reports indicate a concerning level of brain rotters in the area, and resource buildings are becoming hard to defend due to the low numbers of survivors occupying the suburb. Extra vigilance is advised and it is recommended that survivors prepare to hold their ground or bug out.


August 14th

Cocker Boulevard Fire Station was broken into overnight by a group of zeds, a few survivors were killed. Update - there seem to be a few high-level zombies (35+) in the area. There are still zeds in the Fire Station.

August 12th

The Northeast quadrant of Pashenton is almost entirely devoid of zeds. Many of the buildings are VS barricaded, most of the others barricaded to the max, including Bagehot Way police station.


July 27th

Dungey Alley Police Dept was broken into and ransacked. 4 dead bodies found. I dumped the bodies and restored the barricade to VS+2. There were 9 zeds directly outside as well as 2 others roaming about.

July 22nd

Groups of four or more zombies sighted in the East of Pashenton. Cell mast currently powered. A few buildings are being kept strongly barricaded, several buildings wide open.

July 2nd

Many zombies and barely any barricades above VS in west Pashenton, I wouldn't recommend staying there overnight unless you're suicidal.


June 4th

So far it seems pretty safe, I've been staying out on the street for a couple of nights, nothing has happened yet. Seems like most of the zombies have either left or become dormant.


May 7th

The GMS were rendered impotent in the Carew Museum by the rogueish Tittybar, who assassinated GMS members Captain Assclown and Hook Hand in a fit of vengeance and left the phone mast unpowered.


March 23rd

Pashenton is quickly becoming a war zone once more. The Drunken Dead's Pub Crawl has rolled into the suburb, and Breeden Way Police Dept has already fallen. Acting on what considers to be a debt to the area, Uri Petrof has led a small 4-H unit into the suburb to assist the GMS and the Bagehot Way Precinct against the DD. --Aiden H 4H 02:03, 24 March 2006 (GMT)


February 6th

The Galactic Mystery Solvers have assumed official responsibility for the maintainance of the Carew Museum mast. For the previous three months the group has maintained the mast in an unofficial capacity.


January 16th

Fierce battle between zombies and survivors over the control of Bagehot Way Police Department and surrounding buildings has turned in the survivors' favour. Survivors now control all buildings at and around Bagehot Way. Belinda Pierce declares new group: Bagehot Way Precinct



December 21st

Fierce battle between Belinda Pierce and the zombies over control of Bagehot Way Police Dept turns in the Zombies' favour. Pierce reports that she is not giving up the fight.

December 14th

Advisory - South Pashenton is NOT a safe place to hang around. Lots of buildings unbarricaded, doors either open or shut. Lots of zeds swarming in the southeast, overflow into north Santlerville, southwest Rolt Heights.


November 30th

The Zombie hordes are increasing. A large number of formerly barricaded shelters are standing wide open. Saw several hordes of 5-20 zombies. One block had 13 with each of the surrounding 8 blocks also containing a small band of zeds as well. Necrotech employees are recommending newer employees NOT sleep in the Necrotech buildings (including one known revive point).

November 9th - 15th

Zombies proliferating throughout the suburb. Necrotech facilities overrun, St Seraphim's Hospital and Rawkins Row Police Dept are besieged and taken. Majority of survivors fall back North-East. Organised resistance within Pashenton effectively over.

November 8th

A group of 33 zombies was seen having broken into Dungey Alley Police Dept after several days of pitched battle. Other smaller groups of zombies have been seen throughout the suburb.

Early November

Increased zombie activity across the west. Some DARIS survivors rumoured to be active in the area. Breeden Way Police Dept overrun by zombies.


September 29th

The Democratic Union For Peace declared that it would use Pashenton as its base.