Talk:Brain Rot Revive Clinic

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October 19th, 2008: OEM? laying seige to Pippard?

OEM? a zombie group who appears to advocate a tactic of ending their day inside a ransacked NT building appears to have taken an interest in Pippard. I premptively raised the cades, as it's pretty clear they don't want revives. I'll mention this to Chimmy and Doc, et al, when the opportunity presents itself. But during this period, and I'll make a post on the forums for discussion too, it might be a little harder to get a revive if you're a rotter. Or easier if the doors are open :D. In any case Chimmy and Doc will decide how best to proceed. But for the time being I'll be more enthusastic about cading.--Jack's Cold Sweat 12:55, 19 October 2008 (BST)


February 1st 2008

BRRC back, as per the main page, and my comment below. yes, I know the page is a little borked, but I'm half a sleep right now, and i'll fix it in the morning. --Docdead 02:13, 2 February 2008 (UTC)

January 31st 2008

BRRC is gone, due to the actions of the griefers in the Malton Skeet Club and their chief thugs, a vandal and his sidekick. Both are liars and are not members of the Clinic, despite their edits and protests to the contrary.

TerminalFailure 11:10, 31 January 2008 (EST)

This is wrong on so many levels... I've had a long chat with Chimera - she's sorry for the way things have panned out, and we've reached an agreement. I'm yet to hear from Jack, but Chimera has vouched for him, and I'll be updating the main page of the wiki shortly. Please restore Chimera's edits asap. --Docdead 23:54, 1 February 2008 (UTC)

Chimera mentioned this, and that I should say something. It might be better to have an extended discussion on the Pippard forums if you like. But basically, as she described things to me, I think we're of similar minds on the wiki. I think it's useful for informing those who have a hard time getting brain rot revives about whether than can get them, what to expect, where to go. But I really don't want to go through the trouble to maintain it. Especially if TZH is going to go nuts vandalising it, and then have that further compounded by fighting to undo that. I definately don't think the BRRC should be considered a historical group. While some may have wandered off, those who were revived in Pippard after the Big Bash, most notably IAD have pretty consistantly holding court. The only reason I did the edits was because at the time Chimmy wasn't that comfortable editing the wiki, and there seemed to be a need or at least cause to make the front page more current. My oft abrasive nature likely didn't help things along. Oh well. With the drama that ensued I'm sure Chimmy is far more comfortable with the wiki now. If the page ends up protected, well, that's just that much less work for anyone to do; particularly, with the front page limited to notable events. I suppose we could pencil in a Mall Tour 08 for sometime in October or something. But for anything like a back and forth detailed discussion, the forums are probably better. I'll link them to this comment for the convienence of passers by, as I notice you've registered. Maybe we could have Chimmy set up a BRRC forum, which you or one of the old timers could mod. (I'm not above helping out, but I don't really want some kind of extended responsability. And the old BRRC forums are somewhat defunct at the moment....)--Jack's Cold Sweat 09:08, 2 February 2008 (UTC)


Brain rot and regular revives are currently being conducted in Pippard by both BRRC and MSC members. If you are in need of a revive we welcome you to head on over. Please post on the Pippard forum for a quicker revive. Thanks, and I hope this clears up your misunderstanding. --Chimera 06:00, 1 February 2008 (UTC)

According to the sysop Boxy and the pro-survivor group TZH, you two are griefers who drove the Clinic into closing then stole the name, so I am forced to disagree. TerminalFailure 7:36, 1 Febuary 2008 (EST)

Please don't use my sysop status to back your argument. And if you arn't a member (I dunno) don't edit the main page further, please -- boxy talki 13:43 1 February 2008 (BST)

Check out the alleged "pro survivor" group TZH on the Rogue's Gallery. Their KOS status speaks for itself. Revives are being conducted at Pippard and all are welcome! --Chimera 20:05, 1 February 2008 (UTC)

I've just received a message from Boxy explaining the truth and I would like to say that I'm sorry for my previous edits and rudeness. I hope that there's no ill will caused by my rash actions and that we can put this affair behind us. TerminalFailure

Then perhaps you'd like to apologize for statement you made on my talk page! I don't take kindly to cads sullying my reputation..
--Docdead 00:06, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
Sorry. If there's anything I can do to help...
TerminalFailure
Of course! feel free to drop by the Pippard, as well as the forums. Any help will be warmly welcomed.
--Docdead 19:18, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
Maybe after the Bash is done...
TerminalFailure

Current Events

It is not a good idea to allow non-members to edit your main group page to contact you, or to discuss what's going on. They get the idea that they are allowed to edit the rest of the page as well. If I don't hear from group members saying otherwise, I'm going to move the current events section off the main page, on onto this discussion page (that's what this page is for), leaving a note about non-members contacting you here -- boxy talki 11:01 21 January 2008 (BST)

Thank you for keeping an eye on this page, Boxy. I had asked Jack, who is a member of an allied group (although previously there was conflict - differences have been resolved.) The remaining two members of the clinic gave their blessing to the overhaul of the page and clinic policies, their names are IAmDracula and SkyBro. I have been welcomed into the group and I have asked Jack to help with the wiki as I am not familiar with the procedures. If this is a problem we will find a way to work around it. The older members are not very active, unfortunately, but I will try to get them to post here when they can. The old forums are sadly frozen.

--Chimera 01:57, 22 January 2008 (UTC)

I am not at all happy about letting someone new come in, from another group, and take over the wiki without a clear indication from the old leaders. Seeing that you are a "close ally" of someone that the group considered a griefer, I think you should leave the page alone -- boxy talki 02:18 22 January 2008 (BST)
It seems Chimera7 wasn't all that popular either... -- boxy talki 02:21 22 January 2008 (BST)

Things have changed, I believe Jack has already shown you a screenshot as proof. --Chimera 03:57, 22 January 2008 (UTC)

Hello

Hello, If you ever need any help just ask the Brotherhood here or here --Jm21146 16:03, 17 April 2006 (BST)

Hello, this is j5000 from Rotter's Relief. I am very glad to see another Rotter-friendly revivification clinic. Our research cannot yet explain why some zombies are more susceptible to it, so all we can do is treat them equally like any other zombie who can become another survivor. It is fortunate that you are on the west side of the quarantine zone, because we are on the eastern side. Now, rotters have options within a day or two's shamble, and of course, another revivification clinic is a great boon to survivors.

I would like to extend to you an offer of research affiliation, both in science and clinical health care knowledge management. It is a good time to start peer research, with the winter conferences past, and the major summer ones approaching. The advances in revivification are very exciting, along with the changes in zombie immunity. --ism 07:58, 12 April 2006 (BST)

  • Hey, I was just about to post in your talk page. Yeah, we saw you and wanted to form an alliance of sorts. I orginally wanted to set this up to treat only the most afflicted of patients; those with the most deterioration of the brain. However, my associates seem more of a broader mind, so we will be treating any of those inflicted with priority given to the more advanced cases. I myself was infected during the first outbreaks and have only recently been returned to cognition. I welcome the idea of sharing information on this terrible disease and the best methods of treating it. Here's to a long and fruitful relationship --Mrorghargh02:52, 19 April 2006 (BST)
    • We have sent you some recent data via courier, and listed you as a research affiliate in our service literature. I hope you find the data useful, as it suggests a change in syringe find rates, increasing to approximately 10%. --ism 08:09, 22 April 2006 (BST)
      • I guess I could have mentioned that. We are aware of the ~10% find rate as we have been in contact with the DHPD Research Sciences department. They recently completed an extensive study. --Mrorghargh13:47, 27 April 2006 (BST)

hey guys, i was fiddling with The Harbord Building and i made this up, you might find it to be useful

Revive.gif 'BrainRot Revivification'
This is a BRRC Revification Location

its a modified version of the revive template.
Code:
{{flagbox|green|Revive.gif|'''BrainRot Revivification'''| This is a [[Brain_Rot_Revive_Clinic|BRRC]] Revification Location}}

-- Spritefire 03:30, 17 April 2006 (BST)
  • Awesome. Thanks a lot, Spritefire. -- Mrorghargh



I have to give you guys credit, I walked into your clinic looking for fresh brains, and literally I was jabbed before I could even take a bite. 2 seconds is a very fast response time, kudos --Dark Pete 19:29, 31 May 2006 (BST)

  • Fast turn around is our goal. Hope it worked out alright. FingFangFoom


YRC dude offers a helpful hand

Hey people! I was checking the stats page when i found your group there and couldn't help to say "WTF?!". Its amazing that you can mantain a Brain Rotter's revivification clinic, i can't even imagine how difficult can it be. Because of that, i decided to go there and look for myself, help there for a month or two, and btw we at the Yagoton Revivification Clinic can narrow bonds with our crazy scientists fellows at South Blythville. Wadda yah say? --Matthew Fahrenheit 06:35, 21 June 2006 (BST)

Actually, the YRC has gone as far to create it's own Brain Rot clinic as a side-gig. Things are frequently slow in Yagoton since we've got so much unoffical help going on, so feel free to send some folks our way if they're in the area. Check our wiki for more info! --MorthBabid 00:34, 16 August 2006 (BST)

Massacre

Last night was pretty intense; I'm pretty sure all of us died by the humongous Zombie horde that came knocking on our door. Looks like the BRRC is no more, at least for now. If you guys ever come back operational, I'll have to use the revival services for once, since I purchased Brain Rot in order to max out. Good luck to all of you.--Ziffy 17:05, 8 July 2006 (BST)

Yeah, at last check only eight of us survived. We'll be back, but it'll take us a while, as a lot of the dead staffers were also rotted. First order of business, however, is to let The Big Bash move somewhere else before we try to rebuild. --Karen Eliot 09:32, 9 July 2006 (BST)


Oh no... your kidding? i just walked into the clinic looking for revival... i guess im a little late for both the party and the revive huh?--Weasle 15:57, 9 July 2006 (BST)

Should Zombie canibalism be allowed in the clinic when ransacked ?

Hi, I'm RealShadowCaster, currently dead in front of the clinic. The clinic is currently ransacked, with 10 zombies in. I'm not sure but I think the damage needs to be repaired before a generator can be set up. If so, zombies should wait outside so a human can repair the damage. I'm currently using my APs attacking zombies inside to facilitate evacuation of zombies unaware of the fact. I know the BRRC is against zombie/zombie killing so I felt I had to explain my behaviour. If the clinic thinks it to be a good policy, the spraycanned message should state that zombie killing AND stepping out is the correct thing to do if the clinic is ransacked. What do you think ?

Hi, this is Karen Eliot. I'm dead and elsewhere, but I'd like to correct a common misapprehension: Yes! a building can be both ransacked and powered. In more peaceful times, we actually preferred it ransacked, as that does prevent barricading with standing zombies.

As far as ZKing, we have bigger fish to fry at the moment. The main way a helpful patient can help is to keep the barricades down (if someone tries to barricade it up) and, when we get a generator in, to report anyone who destroys it. --Karen Eliot 19:29, 10 July 2006 (BST)

Sorry to evry zombie I killed due to this misapprehention.--Eric Notlam 14:24, 11 July 2006 (BST)

Offering Help

Thanks for the revive and the link. EbonIlnaren was the only BRRC member dead in the clinic. He's now reviving. I made anonther sringe so I still have generator, fuel, and 4 syringes. There are 13 zombies in the queue. I don't want to random revive but have no clue how to dicern friend from foes now ... unless some other BRRC member comes in. What is BRRC revive policy ? - Eric Notlam

I think that in this period of rebuilding we can't be quite as discriminating as we were before the Big Bash hit. I don't see anyone from our DNR list in the clinic, so if I were you I'd treat "standing in the clinic" as a revive request. I think most of the yahoos have wandered on to more interesting places right now; there's no fun hanging around an area where everyone's a sad zombie.

We're trying to encourage people to make a formal revive request, if for no other reason than being able to tell if we need a generator for them or not, but we don't have a lot of AP for talking or tagging. That's on the "To Do Much Later" list.

Finally, don't underestimate the importance of non-reviving duties. South Blythville is still pretty survivor-unfriendly; 20 AP or so of un-ransacking and barricading can really help. That and power; if you can find and fuel generators, that's another big help. First Aid is another biggie; a lot of survivors are at 30 HP or so and nobody has the supplies or AP to heal them. --Karen Eliot 19:14, 17 July 2006 (BST)

True, too true. Slept in a EH barricated building and awoke dead... So I'm back to the clinic. There is a mob of twenty other zombies here. You recognise Kevin Dimond, Getter of harmanz, thebonecrusher, CJC Gizmo and Axen Moon amongst them.

Should I get a revive any time soon, they'll get revivification. in the next two following days... If I live of course.

I'm alive and reviving, thanks --Eric Notlam 10:37, 21 July 2006 (BST)

Special Thanks

I'd like to offer special thanks to Kevin Dimond for the following:

  • Kevin Dimond said "For constantly barricading this building. I'm shooting you. Sorry. You should read the wiki." (2 days ago)
  • Kevin Dimond attacked you for 8 damage. (2 days ago) ...and again. ...and again. ...and again. ...and again.
  • Kevin Dimond attacked you for 4 damage. (2 days ago) ...and again. ...and again. ...and again. ...and again.

This was on-screen when I finally had a chance to log-in as my BRRC alt, EbonIlnaren, tonight after three days of limited online time. First of all, since Ebon is a veteran of the BRRC by this point, I'm personally insulted by the implication that he was the one responsible for the barricades. In fact, he AP'd out trying to DE-barricade the Clinic.

"You should read the wiki." I have. Try reading profiles next time, fool. If I'd logged in to find myself killed be a zed, I wouldn't be pissed... but shot by a fellow BR Reviver? Under false pretense? That's not cool. - Thom Solo/EbonIlnaren 12:02am, 30 Oct 2006 (CST)


Mind if I contribute my two cents here?

  • The Barricader said "Thanks for the heals! Some jerk from the group BRRC (whatever that is)tried to PK me for NO REASON! His name was IAMDRACULA...avoid at all costs" (1 hour and 44 minutes ago)

I believe you people are being framed. By the looks of things, this "IAMDRACULA" has gone after this man with his group name set to "BRRC" instead of Brain Rot Revive Clinic. Pretty thick, to be honest. Do any of you think that he's just a random, stirred up by all those anti-BRRC broadcasts that were made last week? Or something more organised?--Flatliner 19:29, 6 November 2006 (UTC)

HS

PKHS2.jpg HS revive priority
HS revive priority: 3.6 (out of 5)
Reason for judgment: human revives
Comments at HS talk page or HS forum
Authorized by Noc 04:26, 6 March 2007 (UTC)

HS invites you to show off your score on your main page so other can see how you have done. It is a measurement of your ability to deal with zombies and will be useful to those looking for a group. the ranking is based on the idea that AP is the measure of all things and effective strategy uses as few human AP to achieve a goal which takes many zombie AP to undo. Also you are invited to send a diplomat to our forum. Noc 04:26, 6 March 2007 (UTC)

A missive from Mark Whalberg

Dhavid speaks for me. He and I are good friends, in game and in real life. Anything he says can be assumed to come from me. The MSC has offended and continues to offend my people. What they, and now you DocDead, have done, is wrong. The BRRC was once proud. Now is some disgusting compromise that never had to be made. The softness of your cores is abhorrent to me. The MSC went to far with their crimes. Kiiro's Wee Penis still lives. The MSC continue to rant against TZH. And now the BRRC, who we once defended, sacrificing much of TZH's reputation and relationship with the DEM for their sake. MSC members will be kill on sight until the demands are met.

If DocDead wants to talk he can email me. No one else bother trying. I won't read it. Put "DOC DEAD" or something like that in the subject line or its going in the trash.

--Mark Whalberg 18:36, 24 February 2008 (UTC)

Is this still working?

Hey. I'm just a little curious here. I'm a rotter outside amongst 25 bodies with only 5 of them rezzing. I brought down the cades to VSB+0. I just am not sure whether I should take them the rest of the way. Are you still doing revives inside? Sorry if I'm being overzelous or impatient,I'm just too curious. --Finitor 01:47, 18 August 2009 (BST)

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