Red Army

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Red Army
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Abbreviation: RA
Group Numbers: Five
Leadership: Private Red
Goals: Fighting the tide of over-barricading
Recruitment Policy: People wanted with barricading skills and crowbars and a raging anger against THE MAN

Comrades, unite, you have nothing to lose but your heavy barricades!

End over-barricading, capitalist pigs! Let the new players in!

We in the Red Army believe that over-barricading marginalises new players, causing an inevitable slide into disillusionment of the disenfranchised populace, swelling the ranks of the unliving masses. Stop over-barricading! New players need food, weapons, medical supplies and places to sleep. Or one day soon, the bourgeoisie in their over-barricaded ivory towers will reap a zombie whirlwind. A player can be revived, but who can revive a society?


Access to resources is a right not a privilege, but free-running is a privilege not a right.

Resources should not be hoarded by advanced players or groups. We suggest that if two hospitals are adjacent, one can be over barricaded while the other should be left at some suitable level of barricade (eg. VS++).

The default level of barricades needs to be VS++. If there have to be many buildings at heavily barricaded and more then there should be many entry points. Generous numbers of entry points need to be maintained, so that they are not just targets, and maintained means that their entry point status is not lightly ignored and barricades built up. Survivors are needlessly dying. New players have nowhere to sleep.




The people's flag is deepest red,

It shrouded oft our martyred dead,

And ere their limbs grew stiff and cold,

Their hearts blood dyed its every fold.

Then raise the scarlet standard high. (chorus)

Within its shade we'll live and die,

Though cowards flinch and traitors sneer,

We'll keep the red flag flying here.

Look round, the Frenchman loves its blaze,

The sturdy German chants its praise,

In Moscow's vaults its hymns are sung

Malton swells the surging throng.

It waved above our infant might,

When all ahead seemed dark as night;

It witnessed many a deed and vow,

We must not change its colour now.

It well recalls the triumphs past,

It gives the hope of peace at last;

The banner bright, the symbol plain,

Of human right and human gain.

It suits today the weak and base,

Whose minds are fixed on pelf and place

To cringe before the over-barricader's frown,

Not haul those bloody barricades down!


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After recovering from post traumatic stress Private Red regained the leadership from Chuck Hindustan in a smooth transition of power.

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This User or Group supports the Uniform Barricading Policy by actively maintaining barricades according to local plan or UBP standard.
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