Rotating Revive Policy

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NOTE: This is an in-game movement. It is not a Wiki Policy or an official rule of the game.

Rotating Revive Policy

Rotating revive policy is the strategy of designating multiple revive points adjacent or very near to each other, in order to have shorter revive queues and less opportunity for rotters to clog them.


One RP should be graffiti'd "Primary" and contain directions to a secondary. Each secondary is listed as such and will direct to another secondary. The final secondary should direct back to the primary. It is important that these secondary revive points are all empty streets, carparks, wastelands, cemeteries or other city squares without buildings in them. In most cases, the cemetery will be the primary, thanks to the success of the Sacred Ground Policy. Zeds will generally pile up in the primary and then if they have to wait an especially long time, then they'll move off to a secondary and wait there.


RRP policy was first enacted on January 8th during the siege of the Morrish Building in Pitneybank, to foil the Second Big Bash's attempts to jam the revive points with brain rotted zombies. The chief architecht of the plan was F S M, of the Defenders of the Playground.


If you are using RRP tactics, post here