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I'm starting to wonder if someone should write a wrap up report for this year's Nov 5 event. Near as I can tell it's all but done.--Jiangyingzi 13:39, 12 November 2007 (UTC)

The "Remember, Remember" Poem

Is it really necessary? If so, how about cutting it off after the fourth line. The whole poem was (and is) explicitly anti-Catholic. As someone whose relatives were involved in the Troubles in Northern Ireland, it's pretty offensive. Not on a religious level, as I'm not a Catholic, but because of it's inextricable links with sectarian hatred. It also has nothing to do with killing zombies in Ridleybank. --Pavluk A! E! 18:29, 5 November 2007 (UTC)


So whats the plan then?--The-Not-So-Late Stuartbman The ThirdMcZeds.png MBE OBE 17:04, 5 October 2007 (BST)

I'm guessing like what happened last year, only with more survivors and more hate. This time around, there's Ruin, so we'll know what buildings *weren't* retaken... Slicer 07:10, 21 October 2007 (BST)
I'm for it, but it doesn't seem as publicized as last time. --Pyrranha 20:38, 23 October 2007 (BST)
Well then publicize it! It was talked about WAY too far in advance last time anyway (six fucking months). We've got a whole two weeks if we want to make this happen. More than enough time.
Well I sure hope you people do a better job than last year. Last year we still had the Blackmore building (because it's ohhh so important to keep returning to the same target...!). I think you took control of it for a small time a day later and then were all promptly killed a day after that, all of this happening on the 6th or 7th of November if I remember rightly. In fact all the 5th of November did last year was remind us at the RRF of just how silly harmans really are, because nothing happened. We just stood around getting bored. If you think you can do a better job this year then... well, we welcome the fun but...
I mean really, don't you have any more original plans? Blackmore is constantly under siege, can't you go and fight where it really matters for a change? Sure there's a lot of trenchies around but they just die, you don't need to keep doing what they say! --LordOlam 09:56, 2 November 2007 (UTC)
I, P02 Samuel, shall send an Alt to fight alongside humanity in this business. Sig Sauer.jpg P02 Samuel  Talk to me! Stop that asshole!PoleCatsSig Sauer.jpg 16:09, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
the Feral Undead will be showing up too if i have anyting to say about it. --Bullgod 06:30, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

If you are gonna start pumping people up, now would be the time. I know Lukinswood is fully aware and ready to blow something up Sirs 20:15 3 Nov, 2007 (BCT)

This "event" is selfish and self-serving. Instead of going and dying and wasting tons of AP and supplies in a pointless, futile and frankly doomed gesture against Ridleybank -- why dont you use your numbers and energies to assist the suburbs that were smashed by the Big Bash? Stanbury Village, Roftwood, Shackleton and Tollyton are right next door to Ridleybank and the survivors there could really use your help. Think about it... --WanYao 06:46, 4 November 2007 (UTC)

Grahaha, what do you think the majority of survivors in this game do? They don't 'help' people, they just go around all day playing army guy. They're gonna retake Ridleybank and really teach us a lesson...! For the second time...! Because that's what army guys do. They keep retaking the same building and saying how great they are. --LordOlam 15:50, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, it always makes me chuckle when people add the "ethical" dimension to a video game Sirs 15:20, 4 Nov 2007 (BCT)
Booo-uurns! I'm sure wandering around with a rake after the Big Bash is oodles of fun, but I'm going to go break me off a piece at Blackmore. T - 2 hours before we jump on them. Why not? There's no such thing as a waste in a game with infinite ap and infinite supplies (uh oh, unless, once I hit a million AP I can never log on again *covers mouth with hands* Maybe they all know something I don't!) I don't play video games to help other people. I play them to entertain myself. That's why their called video games, not community outreach. Sheesh! --Frankenstien 04:06, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
Sheeeeesh, yourself... Haven't you people heard of ROLE PLAYING? And... actually... "running around with a rake after the Big Bash" as you so eloquently put it is, in fact, a hell of a lot of fun. Everything in places like Shackleville is quite insecure, zombies are still crawling everywhere, my alt is alone doing his best in a very hostile and dangerous milieu. And, yes, doing what he can to help other survivors and to assist them in rebuilding their homes. To me, that is challenging, that is fun. To each their own, I suppose. --WanYao 04:39, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

Strategical Idiocy

Wow, this is actually working, but not for the reasons I was expecting.

RRF members like to paint survivor groups like the BBB as retards fixated on a single target. Well, apparently Blackmore means everything to the RRF, too, with all their strength concentrated in one place. Invading mid-level trenchies confronted with an indoor horde of 30 say "Yay, free XP! Die zombies die!" Smarter players confronted with the same indoor horde just say fuckit and go "Well, okay, I'll just go help take the rest of the suburb, then." And that's what happens! And then the RRF ends up trying to re-re-retake cade-strafed free-run-lane buildings.

Meanwhile, the ferals, unless they get very lucky, have nothing to eat and will probably go somewhere where there's actually some brains to be had, because there's sure not any in Blackmore.

So basically, the RRF has decided to become fodder for trenchies while wasting its collective AP repeatedly bashing at cades with almost nothing in them.

GENIUS! Slicer 23:04, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

A determined trenchie will shoot a zombie regardless of where we are, we're all experience fodder in one way or another, regardless of where we stand. At least this way we rob morons of their main goal, despite the fact we know they'll keep trying until they can say they win. Eventually there'll be so many survivors that we can't possibly keep up, but at least the 5th of November sucked. I mean you don't have Blackmore or really the suburb, you're just a mob of angry angry trenchies saying how you'll 'bring friends' and totally kill us. Which is grand except we don't really care, we're here for a laugh.
Have fun barricade strafing the suburb though. It sounds exciting to the MAX. Be sure to tell us when the suburb is under your control, else we'll not know when you've won for the millionth time. --LordOlam 03:20, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
People are just trying to have a little fun and I guess they have their preferences for which approaches work. Why the ever-present hostility between zed and harmans? It'd be pointless without the other. Clearly the survivors didn't own Blackmore and the massacre of the 5th was a little anti-climactic, but now there's lots of 'cades to pound on for us. It seems it was less about the 5th than what's coming up afterwards.--Anasazi 04:51, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
I agree with you on questioning the hostility between zambah and harman players. I love it when we're against a team that doesn't take the game so seriously and we can joke around with, sayyy... The Randoms. It wasn't some roleplaying trenchie fest where we had to deal with survivors beating their chests every five seconds. They came to our forums, we laughed and joked with them, we went to their's etc. I hate things like the 5th of November because it brings out the most annoying survivors who seem to think we're not actually real players. I realise many of these people are 11/12, but why the need to constantly insult/criticise? *Grabs tissue* WE DON'T INSULT YOU GUYS! Well except you started it! The Randoms were awesome though, they had Orange Julius. --LordOlam 14:23, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
Clogging buildings is the best way for zombies to hold territory. The RRF doesn't have the numbers to clog every building in Ridley, though. Blackmore has a certain symbolic value (that far outweighs its actual strategic worth), and if it isn't taken soon a number of the would-be invaders are going to lose interest and go do something else. This makes Blackmore a logical choice for occupation.--Jiangyingzi 12:38, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
First of all, let's set the record straight... Firstly, there are trenchcoaty zombie players, don't pretend otherwise. And ALL OF US have our, uhm, moments... However, my own experience is that the survivor side seems to be rife with players who take the in-game hostilities much, much too far. Problem is, rightly or wrongly, the 5th of November thing symbolises for many zombie players exactly this tendency... They must all be catholics :P Meanwhile, speaking strategically... zombies are actually not inherently good at holding territory, that is what survivors do best. But, the Blackmore Building, while very important strategically, isn't necessarily the be-all-and-end-all of Ridleybank -- syringes can be gathered elsewhere, for example. The original poster got it right: smarter players operating independent of an organised strike team will see 30 zombies in the Blackmore and strafe the rest of the burb instead. This improves its overall safety, but is not in itself a "victory". Only a sustained and significant survivor presence in the suburb can be considered a successful "reclamation". --WanYao 19:50, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
I agree that a lot of trenchcoaters came, but this year most of them didn't mindlessly attack the Blackmore building. Most made an effort for a while (i did too) but we realized there weren't enough of us to retake it in one go, and if we couldn't get it in one go we wouldn't get it at all. Now everyone has spread out and at least 75% of Ridleybank is barricaded. Not all the buildings are occupied, of course, but quite a few are - with more than just a couple survivors too. And while the RRF piles itself into the Blackmore building, we dig ourselves in. Remember - the longer we keep them occupied, the more steam the Big Bash loses. Keeping them here in Ridleybank doesn't mean we stop the Big Bash by any means, but it gives the survivors to the southwest one hell of a helping hand, and buys them a little extra time to rebuild. The 5th of November. An ideal - not a building. --Kikashie ELT 01:30, 7 November 2007 (UTC)
Just because you have barricade strafed Ridleybank does not mean you have won... Far, far from it. That has been done before, many times... and it will be done again, many times. Also, keep in mind that the RRF is a very large horde, most of the zombies in Ridleybank were never participating in the Big Bash in the first place... so odds are it will not make a big difference on that front... unless it is decided that reinforcements, RRF or otherwise, need to be called away from the Bash to deal with Ridleybank... Note I am not trying to be a spoilsport or poo-poo your accomplishments, I am just putting them in perspective is all. In fact, I wish you luck! Originally I was going to send an alt for the 5th, just for the lulz... but decided not to. He is inching his way north and is very close, anyway, so maybe I will send him into Ridley tomorrow, who knows... In any event, it is all supposed to be for fun, and as long as that is the spirit of it all, more power to y'all, I say. --WanYao 02:13, 7 November 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, it's impossible to "win", the best we can do is just barricade everything up. Like you I'm just here for the lulz, and I'm having a good time too - just got into some live combat with the RRF. They broke into the hospital i was in, and of course it was right after i used up most of my AP... i think right now we are (were) the largest survivor congregation in Ridleybank - about 30 of us. I've never seen so many famous groups in one building either - the C4NT, Army Control Corps, Electric Light Torchestra, FOXHOUND, Burchell Arms Regulars, D.I.T.P.S, Nightwatch, Malton Red Cross, Cannonball Crew, CDF, Roftwood Assault Force, Defenders of the Playground, even a guy with "5th of November" in his profile. It's absolutely crazy. Regardless - it's just a fun thing to do, but a lot of people get too serious about it, and that ruins the fun. Besides, even if this caused only one zombie to leave the bash and head back to Ridleybank... it was worth it. --Kikashie ELT 02:40, 7 November 2007 (UTC)

So umm, is it over? All that talk about the 5th of November and all you guys do is barricade strafe some unimportant buildings? It's Nov 14th and you have yet to hold any significant building for a decent amount of time. I'm actually really disappointed. I really like a decent fight. Whoever planned things this year should probably not participate next year, it'll be better for everyone involved. BARHAH! --DonTickles 18:34, 14 November 2007 (UTC)

Apparently there's going to be some sort of 'Late November 5th' attack. What kind of stupidity is that? It's just going to de-evolve into how it always is: trenchies take Blackmore, we go elsewhere and eat people, we swing by Ridleybank, kill everyone and then the cycle begins anew. No doubt they'll still call it a major victory when they finally DO take Blackmore, despite the lack of resistance on account of us not actually being there. Harmans in this area are borecore. I'm waiting to see how brave and heroic they call themselves having taken the building almost two weeks later. It was clearly one of the most monumental battles ever and they should totally keep trying to take this same building in this same suburb forever. -- LordOlam 13:22, 15 November 2007 (UTC)

For fark sake... You all want a REAL challenge? Go to Daker'. Or New Arkham. Or Miltown. Go where the malls are far away and survivors few and organisation and communication and wits are all PARAMOUNT. But... no... that would be BORING... Feh... --WanYao 15:38, 15 November 2007 (UTC)

Don't you know, that'd actually be challenging. Forget that, off to BlackMOAR!! Bobs Aturd 04:05, 22 November 2007 (UTC)


Overall Numbers

Total — 395
Total — 689

Grand Total1168


i cross refernced the listed groups with the stats page, not including the groups with less than ten members, the numbers looked more like this;
total humans: 180
total zombies: 310
grand total: 490
and you should be expecting only half the numbers listed, due to alts and people within the selected groups that just dont want to go. - Bullgod 08:42, 27 October 2006 (BST)
You're forgetting C4NT and the rest of the NMC. That's at least one hundred extra and then there's all the unaffiliated survivors who will come as re-enforcements... Just looks at what happened to the Blackmore Building... There were 100 Survivors in there... How quickly did more survivors flock to aid the 'bastards'? Personally, I'd perhaps add an extra 200 to the humans' numbers... --Chopper 15:49, 3 November 2006 (UTC)
hmm, thats funny i don't see them on the list of participating groups. and i wouldent use Blackmore as an example for anything, i was right there when it fell to our hands. and it is true that you can expect more humans than have listed (although maybe not at the ridiculous numbers you stated) but you have to keep in mind that a similar number of zombies will come to show their support as well. - Bullgod 23:59, 3 November 2006 (UTC)
Well would you look at that. Neither side turns out to have the numbers they claimed they would on the day. I was just going by the numbers listed plus the NMC and BBB and I was right in saying the NMC would turn up. Indeed, since the Blackmore Building was taken more survivors have rallied to our cause. I was also there when Blackmore originally fell to humans by the way, my group had a squad down there.

I haven't seen the slightest of glimpses of the Big Bash either so far. Survivors definately have the bigger turn out at Ridleybank and we have the 'burb pinned down right now, not just the Blackmore Building. --Chopper 09:21, 9 November 2006 (UTC)


{{V for Ridleybank}} and it's redirect should get deleted. Why have two templates that do the exact same thing, one of which looks fugly because it wasn't prettified up by yours truly? –Xoid STFU!

Add this: {{5th of November}} to a page, to get this:

The v.jpg Remember, Remember the 5th of November
This user or group supports the vendetta against the villainous undead in Ridleybank. On the 5th of November, we will march on the choked heart of Malton and liberate it anew. Victory will be ours, and with it, vengeance!

Awesome! I love V for Vendetta! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Lightman (talkcontribs) 12:38, 25 April 2006 (BST).

Cute. How many people do you have working with you? 20? 50? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mpaturet (talkcontribs) 5:05, 3 May 2006 (BST).

exasperated… There are two links in that template y'know! One of which leads to Ridleybank, the other answers your question… Not to mention the fact that this is the talk page for the one that answers your question. I couldn't care less really, I only fixed the template because it was fugly. There ain't no other term for it. –Xoid STFU! 16:03, 3 May 2006 (BST)
Mrh? It doesn't mention numbers, but if the RRF is listed then I'm assuming over 300. <3
The v.jpg Remember, Remember the 5th of November
This user or group supports the idiots giving a free meal to the undead in Ridleybank. On the 5th of November, they will march on the choked heart of Malton and be slaughtered mercilessly. Death will be theirs, and with it, humiliation!

--Mpaturet 00:38, 4 May 2006 (BST)

Heh. I took the liberty of doing a tally, as best I could:
Total — Minimum of 50. Likely more.
Regardless, considering that Ridleybank is zombie home turf, that is not many. I doubt they'll have any impact whatsoever.
Even though you weren't making it specifically for me, thanks for the other template, I like it a lot. –Xoid STFU! 17:18, 4 May 2006 (BST)
That's MY template, mpaturet. :P --TheTeeHeeMonster 01:50, 5 May 2006 (BST)
Sorry about not crediting the right person, so I'll state it again:
Even though you weren't making it specifically for me, thanks for the other template, TheTeeHeeMonster, I like it a lot. –Xoid STFU! 05:18, 5 May 2006 (BST)
As time go's on, more groups and users will rally together. We have more than enough time to prepare. If a small sample of Survivors from each group (Depending on how big their numbers are) joined forces, then the army we will have created could do significant damage! Think of the numbers of CMS, MFD, MPD, MCDU.. If largely influencial groups like these gave word that they would participate, then it would inspire smaller groups to want to give a helping hand too! When The Mall Tour comes around, is it just the official 60 something Zombah's that come together? No. Zombies from all over Malton walk along side each other with the single goal of bringing destruction to the rightful owners of Malton! Can we, as a cultural, organised and logical race do the same thing? We were here first and this is our home! Let Ridleybank know it on the 5th of November! --Chopper 14:45, 25 May 2006 (BST)
It's sort of rude to whack your conversation smack bang in the middle of a month old one. (Close enough to a month, anyway.) –Xoid STFU!
If it's considered rude to make a post at what appears to be the end of a conversation, which is almost a month old no less.. Then I apologise. If the last post in a coversation was 20 days ago, many would suggest it were over. On the other hand, I suppose I could have directed it at the bottom of the page, so as I said; Apologies to those who were irratated by this post.
Lmao, love your idea of nuking France by the way… In-genious…
I mean, the Brittish had a Revolution in which work was created. It sounds rather strange I know, but work was invented..
The French also had a similar(ish) revolution in which they invented being French.
The result.. A lot of dead French people… Progress 'eh… --Chopper 16:01, 25 May 2006 (BST)
I'm certain some people would complain. I found it confusing more than rude; mainly 'cause I'm used to the protocol of a message being posted at the bottom, with it's indentation level indicating what you were responding to.
About the French though, useless bunch o' bastards — more arrogant than the Americans, who at least have something to be arrogant about. Apart from their women and their booze, there isn't anything good I can say about France. (Their booze is still shittier than Australia's though.) –Xoid STFU! 17:10, 25 May 2006 (BST)
Well as I said, apologies to anyone I may have irratated or confused. Mhm'.. I couldn't actually agree more on the good for nothing French. I don't actually understand why the French are so big headed, arrogant pricks. They brew the worst beers and lagers known to man, if beer and lager is what you can actually call them. Personally I prefer the term 'cat piss' or something along those lines. Although Castlemaine XXXX beats the majority of French ales. What I don't understand is why they call themselves 'Le Francais', now, my French is pretty damn shit but I'm pretty sure that translates as 'The France'. Not 'France', but 'The France'.. As apposed to what other France? Curageous, reliable, organised, showing up in battle at a time of need France? Bollocks.. ^.^ --Chopper 13:11, 26 May 2006 (BST)
'Francais' = 'French' .: 'Le Francais' = 'The French'. Seems logical to me. Their wines are… bareable, but for any other booze in France, you'd better hope you get something imported. Anyway, enough with the frogs. They're boring me. –Xoid STFU! 13:45, 26 May 2006 (BST)
I'm sorry for that --Zyll 23:04, 21 April 2007 (BST)

Listen to jesus


--Admiral Ackbar U! WTF 01:37, 15 May 2006 (BST)

He loves us all!


Xoid STFU! 15:24, 25 May 2006 (BST)

The First Supper!

Jesus supper zombie-1-.jpg

--XxPale HorsexX / XxCannon FodderxX 11:17, 9 November 2007 (UTC)

Guy Fawkes

Remember remember the 5th of November Gunpowder, treason and plot. I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason Should ever be forgot... That's a line from a book that I recognised even before Fawkes was mentioned. Anyone here read the Screech Owls Series? I think this is in the London one. Peterblue 20:33, 9 May 2006 (BST)


What do we do once we're in the left ventricle anyway? Once we're there, the atriums, right ventricle, superior vena cava, and aorta, will probably attack us. Just wondering if theres any plans regarding that. It might be wise to PM via brainstock. And it might be a good idea to keep our eyes on the pulmonary veins, but I don't think we can expect any trouble from the inferior vena cava.--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 03:34, 12 June 2006 (BST)

Handy chart for slower people:

The Choked Heart of Malton
Left Ventrical=Ridleybank
Right Ventricle=Stanbury Village
Left Atrium=Barrville
Right Atrium=Galbraith Hills
Superior Vena Cava=Shore Hills
Inferior Vena Cava=Roftwood
Left Pulmonary Vein=Mockridge Heights
Right Pulmonary Vein=Ketchelbank

Sorry for all the edits, I'm a prefectionist, and sometimes I notice something I didn't see in the preview. --Labine50 MHG|MalTel 03:42, 12 June 2006 (BST)

Unless We're very, very, very lucky, we're doomed. We're still 60 players behind the zombies, and they can just stand up and fight again. We'll probaably need another 100 to have the slightest hope of making it...--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 03:53, 15 June 2006 (BST)

Fear not my good friends, I feel confident that this revolt in Barville that right now is bringing about the fireworks of battle and coup is a sure sign that those involved in this great assault will rally around us for the 5th of November cause. If you would like a part in this great Barville battle, make your presence known at this forum:

--Codename V 12:01, 15 June 2006 (BST)

Right then, I'll do that.--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 15:24, 15 June 2006 (BST)

With that last update, are we doomed yet?--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 15:56, 16 June 2006 (BST)

May I reccomend Candyland. as an opening move? Make the burb defended and then move in people. Estimates have indicated that 30 survivors fully armed can take out 100 zombies in an AP cycle, including getting back inside. However I would reccomend clogging the place with cades then hiding/holding if you plan on making this longterm. My personal plans are a short shoot in and then off to battles where my superiors need me. (But don't let them catch me calling them my superiors). If you do manage a complete cading you might be less doomed. --Agent White 03:16, 14 August 2006 (BST)

Well, hopefully someone'll read this: CDF and DHPD are coordinating another big assault, that will hit Ridley either just before, at the same time or just after. Our forums are here and it would be fantastic if we could combine the two attacks together - this will give us more people and more support, which in turn will drum up more from random survivors and other groups. --HVLD 16:35, 19 October 2006 (BST)

Small template?

Could someone create a smaller version of the 5th of November template for use of the one with the liking of smaler, more humble templates?--William Raker 15:15, 28 May 2006 (BST)

Who would want one anyway? The Feast of November is so much cooler. Sonny Corleone WTF 15:35, 28 May 2006 (BST)
Since I loved your faux pas on the Manbagz so much, I'll make you one. It's not gonna have much text in it though, unless you want it a mile long. –Xoid STFU! 15:47, 28 May 2006 (BST)
Template:5th of NovemberSmall. Enjoy. –Xoid STFU! 16:01, 28 May 2006 (BST)
Ah, thanks. Forgot to check this. Possible to get November Feast also?--William Raker 19:35, 5 June 2006 (BST)

V is for Anarchism

Is this just another reference to V for Vendetta that sucks it dry of all its anarchism? V was an anarchist. This operation, on the other hand, sounds a bit like it's trying to reestablish the old order. I do like how you give mention to the retreat of the government forces at our expense, but I doubt if the M(A)F or its member collectives will endorse this call. Unity in action cannot be just to fight the enemies, but must be in our organization in struggle. That organization must be in the tradition of V, masterless, egalitarian, without hierarchy, and without reactionary designs. --Luigi Galleani M(A)C | M(A)F 16:48, 24 August 2006 (BST)

I assure you good sir that I have no intention of taking up the reigns of leadership. As the original V stood for anarchy in the pursuit of liberty, I do much the same. In fact, my activities on the wiki especially have been quite anarchic, having risked banning for my action. As a rally-crier and flag-bearer for the surivor cause, I hope to stir the hearts and heads of my fellow man so that they can take their own steps towards freedom. Freedom from the oppression brought on by zombie rulership, if you will. I am merely pointing my train of explosives at Parliament House. It is up to the survivors to pull the lever and make it go. --Codename V 04:36, 13 October 2006 (BST)
  • They told me, Ridleybank, they told me you were dead! Don't forget that anarchy can ALSO be viewed simply as a rejection of preceding authority. And in Ridley, that preceding authority has been the RRF and other zombie hordes. So anarchistic revolution against the zombie elitist pigs it is! Tallyho, and whatnot. --MorthBabid 06:07, 28 October 2006 (BST)
Anarchy does not mean 'no order', it means 'no leaders'. --Krimsin 20:20, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

The Vengeance Committee (By the way, it's spelt 'vengeance' with an a)

In my occasional sweeps through my watchlist, I saw that V had posted to the TVC page. Confused as to his connotation that TVC supported the fifth of november as a group, I meandered over to this site, and saw that someone (as of yet unknown at least) signed TVC up. I'd like to point out that TVC is an anarcistic group, and therefore cannot give support to any cause in a formal capacity. I'd rather like not having our members associated with a group or movement, as we may have people in TVC IN Ridleybank AS zombies (and other situations, but you get my point oui?), therefore, it wouldn't represent reality to have TVC as a supporter of your cause (in fact, I might just plop The Zombie IN Ridleybank then [wearing a TVC tag mind you] and fight back).

Long-winded explination short, TVC has no place on this list, and I wish it to be removed, as it does not accuratley represent the intentions of the group (because there are none). -- Buncy T 05:16, 13 October 2006 (BST)

Hm, if you're going to be on both sides of the conflict, it doesn't mean you don't support the cause. I support 5th of November because I hear Ridleybank is hungry. I'll just move your entry to the appropriate side… if I can figure out what's a convenient way of saying "we might be on either side". –Xoid STFU! 10:50, 13 October 2006 (BST)
Indeed sir. Let Xoid, the man who moderates, handle it, or you yourself can simply delete the name off altogether, as is the spirit of communal editing. I hope you weren't too horribly upset being associated with the V for Ridleybank cause. Perhaps you should find out who it is that added your name. If you find him or her, send them my best wishes and encouragement. You may also notice I spelt November wrong in all the posts to groups. Curse me black. --Codename V 15:08, 14 October 2006 (BST)
Ha! For all the bitching I did about that, you'd think I'd have noticed the error. –Xoid MTFU! 23:52, 6 November 2006 (UTC)

I, a TVC member, support this because the VfV movie was AWESOME. Next time, let's blow up the White House! Bush deserves it. ;P --GuesssWho 20:58, 19 May 2007 (BST)

message to all charges that dont use the NMC board

i posted this several times on therew board, and i want aall chargers ot see it.

  • Welcome to ridlybank. You're about to begin the greatest moment of your life. brutalised hordes of *zeds are now advancing towards blackmore over mountains of their own dead bodies. are brigade, our *leader, our god, have given us the task to defend the blackmore. Forward against the enemy!

Up into the unremitting battle, comrades, for all the fallen, for the lost, forward!

Not one step back! deserters and traitors will be shot!

Do not count days, do not count miles, count only the number of zeds you have killed. Kill the zed - this is your mother's prayer. Kill the zed - this is the cry of your ridlybank earth. Do not waver! Do not let up! Kill! Death to the zombie invader!

—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Cody6 (talkcontribs) at an unknown time.


Did anything happen???--Reptileus 20:49, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

Yes, most of Ridleybank was barricaded, with some buildings empty and some sheltering groups of survivors, while the Blackmore Building was taken by a large group of survivors. This began an ongoing siege, with most of the zed activity centered on Blackmore. At this time, Ridleybank is owned by survivors.--Lachryma 23:12, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

Man, I wish I had waited a few weeks to join the DEM. I'm missing out on all the fun over there. You know, I was actulaly part of the organisation that kicked off the Ridleybank invasion. [1] I never actulaly saw any action, but the others went on without me. (Thanks again Lucas and friends!)--Labine50 MHG|MEMS 05:01, 9 November 2006 (UTC)
TSO are down there and we're having a great time! Helping secure the majority of the North of the suburb and lending a hand with revives at the RP. The 'Bank is firmly in our hands, but we're going to have to hand out such a copious amount of headshots to bore these zombies so much that they'll leave... Quite a task lies ahead... --Chopper 09:24, 9 November 2006 (UTC)


The Knights Templar of Kempsterbank would like to congratulate you on a Job well done. We almost signed up, but at the time (and still are) were a small group. I thought that we would have been little, to no help. That, and we couldn't afford to give up the territory that we had fought so hard to gain control of.

At this time however, I would like to congratulate you,.... and offer my limited services to one and all. Anyone who fought in this resistance, who fell to the undead, and would love to become one of the living again, I encourage you all to make your way to Bant Park in Kempsterbank. We shall revive you here. After that, you all are welcome to make your way to Julie hospital,.... and we shall heal one and all. Thank you for this historic event. Sorry we couldn't help. - Poodle of doom

5th of November?

I think this is a good idea (although I'm probably not going to join in) but is there any meaning behind November 5th or did y'all just do a random date? --Moctezuma 02:31, 8 May 2007 (BST)

Um . . . Guy Fawkes day? You know, the weird British holiday where they celebrate the fact that some poor bastard tried to blow up Parliament? Dunno what they're celebrating, but whatever.
We celebrate the fact that he failed and gave us an excuse to use fireworks.Studoku 16:17, 24 October 2007 (BST)

Get the V for Vendetta comics or watch the movie, please.--GuesssWho 21:02, 19 May 2007 (BST)


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