Spicer Hills Assault/Recon/Tactical

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Spicer Hills Assault/Recon/Tactical
Abbreviation: SHART
Group Numbers: 0
Leadership: DEFUNCT
Goals: Protecting Spicer Hills, one block at a time.
Recruitment Policy: Open to all friendly survivors, meet up with us at the Piggott or Waters Building
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This group or location has a dedicated radio frequency.

Frequency: 26.15 MHz
Transmitter Coordinates: 25,95

The Spicer Hills Assault/Recon/Tactical is an organization dedicated to the reclamation and protection of the suburb of Spicer Hills, as their motto indicates, "One Block at a Time." SHART operates primarily in the vicinity of the Piggot Building.


Let's not get fancy here. SHART is about keeping people alive and putting Zeds down. To that end, the following policies have been established and are expected to be revised often and as needed. All SHART members are expected to help maintain the following:

1) The area surrounding the Piggot Building is our primary focus. Any survivor should feel that he/she is able to get to this cluster and be able to rest safely.


2) SHART has taken on the responsibility of maintaining the Mobile Phone Mast at the Waters Building.

3) In addition to maintaining the Phone Mast, SHART has setup and will maintain a Radio Transmitter (Freq 26.15) in the same building. Please adhere to the Malton Radio Transmission Protocols.

4) SHART is always actively recruiting. Recruits must speak with Ataxia or Mack Smith to join.

5) Even if you aren't a SHARTie, survivors in Spicer Hills are strongly urged to pick up a Radio and keep it tuned to 26.15, the suburb's radio freq. Survivors are also strongly urged to get Free Running as soon as possible.

6) All survivors are welcome to crash at our pad!




The NecroTech Countermeasure Squad


13 November 2007 Been hard to get things back up and running again, but SHARTies are doing their best to recover from the most recent hordes of zombies marching through Spicer Hills. Those Spicers who have yet to find themselves on the receiving end of a NT syringe should drop us a line at on the SHART-boards.

12 September 2007 Another new group has moved into Spicer Hills, the Spartan Vanguard.

6 September 2007 Zed activity on the rise in the suburb, and a wave of attacks brought down the generator and radio transmitter in The Waters Building. Due to increased threat to the HQ, ancillary bases have been abandoned. Bad timing on our part, I suppose, that we decide to move out right as the zeds started moving in. Future plans to reinforce the borders may or may not be embraced.

24 August 2007 SHART has seen a few members join up, and a lot of cooperation with the folks of Spicer Hills, all of which are appreciated. The Waters Building has lost power only once during our tenure as the its keepers, and we apologize to anyone that may have seen an outage in their phone service.

As the month of August draws to a close we SHARTies have set out to fortify the Eastern border, especially in the vicinity of Veresmith Street Police Department, effectively splitting our forces in two as we will remain in the Piggot Building and the Waters Building in order to provide and maintain the suburb's Telephone Mast.

We Support!

SHART supports the Spicer Hills Barricade Plan

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--Mack Smith 16:10, 9 July 2007 (BST)

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