Talk:Lebende Tote

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Greetings

I thought that I would stop by and say hello, as we've not seen you folks around lately. If you are around and in need of entertainment, stop by North/South Blythville to join us on a hunt. Praise Knowledge! - Ov 26 May 2009 (EST)

Edmund General United

Carl and Doc -- are you guys going to let these interlopers come in and steal your meat?

They've bearly left any scraps at all!!!  :) :)

--Elingold 01:39, 23 June 2008 (BST)

Rot from the Moors

Hello, I am DreadheadDead of the Rot from the Moors. We just moved into the neighborhood, and are finally settled into our new house. We'd love to invite you guys to have supper with us. Vigeous RHA 22:24, 22 June 2008 (BST)

Necotech Strike

Hello This is Rivermanstx2 The Bear from the Knights of the Temple of the Shrike we plan on destroying the necrotech buildings in the area and would like to know if you would be interested in helping. If you are contact me on our wiki.--RivermanStx 20:41, 5 June 2007 (BST)

Spelling Nazi

Hallo Untote,

There is a little spelling mistake in the article. "Der Lebenden Toten" is wrong, it must be "Die lebenden Toten".

--OrangUtanKlaus 14:39, 19 April 2007 (BST)

PS: Uhm, I apologize in advance when there is mispelling in this message, but my native language is german.

Thanks for the info and sorry for the last reply.

Shouldn't lebenden be capitalized since it's a title?

Doc smith- (I forgot to save the squilly lines)

A Message From Army of the Dead

Hi, long time no munch! How are things going in among your zombie friends? Army of the Dead is currently rampaging in South Blythville right now. We seem to be the only zombie horde here, so if any of you ever want to come party it up with us again like back in the day, hit us up!

Just thought I'd drop by and visit since I haven't in a while since the beginning of our alliance (if it still stands anyway, I'm not sure lol)

--JustinMullins 19:33, 2 January 2007 (UTC)

your friends/dinner at USAI

anyway we could make it on to your respected adversaries list? --Johnny Lunchpail 05:04, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

As long as you don't combat revive or PK revived Totes then you're safe. Revived Totes will only spy on humans that combat revive them. Some of us will also PK those that do revive us. --Carl Panzram 22:55, 11 December 2006 (UTC)

A Little Confused in Molebank

Greetings Totes. It has come to my attention that many of the Totes, including your leader Doc Smith, have been sighted attacking Molebank recently. It is my understanding that we had an understanding with Doc Smith, as seen in this thread on our forums: http://tinyurl.com/ymauc5 . Scroll down about half way to see Doc Smith's post.

From the conversation, I took that the Totes would stay away from Molebank, yet they are rampaging through Molebank right now (You did make good on your comment to kill us first though ;) ).

Just a little confused why you would go back on your words. --Cdrwcry 23:19, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

  • Re: The treaty in question was made before you left Molebank. When you re-entered the area you should have re-affirmed it. This treaty was made in the past and many of the members it affected are not even with the totes anymore. It was completely forgotten as the only person that knew of it at all was Doc Smith. Many of us were shocked to even see mention of it here as we were never informed of it. --Carl Panzram 19:49, 23 December 2006 (UTC)
  • Thanks for responding. Isnt Doc Smith your leader? Or at least one of them. The organized incursion into Molebank (in November) must have been under his attention. I dont see how you couldnt have known of the treaty by then. What I am also blind to is how leaving the area for a short while would void our agreement when we returned. Just because we temporarily moved (Molebank was hell for a couple of weeks) and returned soon afterwards shouldnt erase it. --Cdrwcry 20:31, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
    • Doc is but one of the Elders amongst the Lebende Tote. Initially our incursion into Molebank was just meant as a Halloween surprise. We were not repulsed as we should have been so we decided to stay around and attempt to teach your young how to survive. It was your bad luck that apparently we were not the only horde in the suburb at the time as we also saw members of the DvEM. We still make no claims on Molebank. You may see us from time to time but it's not our choice feeding ground. When you left the area the treaty was nullified as you were no longer in residence. As you are aware other groups are attempting to reclaim Griggs and we believe some of their numbers are hiding in your area. On a side note I warn you to be wary of members of The Fortress as at least one of them is combat reviving. I'm certain you are aware of our stance on this. --Carl Panzram 00:14, 6 January 2007 (UTC)

Acclamations and chats from The (not quite so) Invisibles

Ah Viel Dank Totes! We are honoured to be described as a 'squared away survivor group', if you had been witness to some of the email exchanges/total frell ups I had seen us get involved in you might think differently, but you have certainly made Mr Jake Weber a very happy little survivor! It was a lot of fun fighting against you guys when we first arrived in Griggs, that was one of the most exciting weeks I have spent in UD... From the quick run I took into Reganbank today, you guys have done some job on the place, looks like you have a nice new home. We moved to our own new home in Crooketon a while ago now. Nought but ferals to face so far though, actually did I say Crooketon, no no actually we are in Dulston, yes thats right Dulston, certainly not smelly Crooketon, nice and far away and safe :) BTW we are now called 'The (not quite so) Invisibles' as it was pointed out someone else was already called 'The Invisibles' (Originality is not our strong suit!) Mr Jake Weber 'The (not quite so) Invisibles'

Sorry to have missed your comments. Been busy with training programs and such. Very unhappy to see you guys go. Unfamiliar food gives me gas...Soon we will be looking back at this as 'the good old days'. It was fun! Email and coordinating can be fun, ehh? Don't forget time zones and Daylight Savings Time! The Totes were dragged into the 21st century by one of our new members. Yes, the Totes have a forum now. The world wonders... I passed through Crooketon in order to get revived in Nixbank. Also during the 'glory days' of Feb-Mar, the Totes kept a 5 block neutral zone into Crooketon. You guys are going to have your work cut out for you. But that's the fun part, ain't it?

The Guns of Brixton were fortunate that The (not quite so) Invisibles was in Griggs, esp after the 'Saturday night slaughter'. I think the Totes might of handled one meta gaming survivor group, but two?--Doc smith 08:53, 12 May 2006 (BST)

Acclamations and chats from the Guns of Brixton

Hey, you guys are moving on to Reagenbank? Too bad, you were great opponents! Hell, you managed to kill all but two of the Guns on our first night in Grigg Heights. ;) Still, we wish you luck in your new suburb. And if you ever wanna drop by for a brain or two, we'd love to be eaten by you again! furtim 19:29, 23 April 2006 (BST)

Thanks for the kudos, Furtim. I'm sure the Totes had alot of help from the ferals at your 'welcome to the suburb' party. I think the Totes were involved in your death 3-4 times. The last couple of times we just gave you group hugs. Ferals usually finished you off. Sorry about that.

We didn't get all the Totes together until apr 18. By then it was too late.

It was an honor fighting the elders. Everyone was wondering how everything turned to crap so fast in 2 weeks. Morale did fall a tad. It does sooth the sting a bit knowing we were fighting the elders.

Lots of things contributed to the Totes move. Finding out that the RRF elders were the Guns of Brixton was the reason we are using to bow out graciously. Too many EH barracades. Not enough Totes. Organized survivors. Just let us know when you guys leave. 2 weeks after, Griggs will be wide open again. ;) Congrats! You guys just got married to Grigg Heights.

BTW, I may be biased :) but the Oblivious Folder are endangering your plans. They are DNA extracting then running to your EH safehouses. That's usually how we found you. Usually...

The east side of Grigg Heights might seem less safe then before. Spillage(Is that a word?) from Reganbank.

So yes or no, is Petro here too?--Doc smith 06:51, 24 April 2006 (BST)

Yeah, we figured that was how you were finding us (that's how we find people, too), though I know of at least one time I tried dropping a zombie and couldn't finish it (my character is "satanbaby," btw - a revived rotter). Petro doesn't have an alt in the GoB (at least, not of this writing), but all the rest of us do. We're actually in discussion as to whether or not we'll be leaving GH, actually. Maybe go mobile.
I left something on your talk page, but I'll say it here, too: you guys are/were solid foes, and we had fun fighting you. There was more than one time that I was terrified for my poor little guy. Hats off, both from the Guns of Brixton and the Ridleybank Resistance Front.--Jorm 08:18, 24 April 2006 (BST)
Hey Jorm, I saw your comments on the talk page. Thanks! But you guys won. Our hats go off to you. The way to beat undead is to frustrate them. Get organized and keep the revive flowing. Seeing a human alive 24 hours after you killed him is not good for longterm undead morale.
Too bad about Petro. But getting beat up like a redheaded step-child by the rest of the RRF leadership will give us campfire stories to tell the undead yearlings.
You might want to announce a rotating CinC. I think Furtim was more dead then alive. CinC = Marked for Death...
Of course, since being dedicated undead players, I think we all have alts in RRF. I was in the warehouse to the east of the mall. Signed out with 25 people and 2 undead. Signed back in and 25 bodies and 75 undead. Bunch of RRFs probably showed up to an empty table. Sorry... I began to panic and went crazy with groaning. Not used to working with a powerhouse backup team!
Well, once you leave, I think that with a little help, Griggs will return to it's undead ways.--Doc smith 17:37, 24 April 2006 (BST)
I definitely like the look of your horde, by the writeup you've done. Excellent work. Oh, and while I don't have time to run with the Guns, I might solo my survivor alt into Reganbank so we can play tag. Petrosjko 21:21, 24 April 2006 (BST)


Wow, looking forward to that Petro!--Bruno 02:59, 25 April 2006 (BST)

Thanks for stopping by and please remember to wear pants. You might catch a cold. ":-.)--Random female 07:16, 25 April 2006 (BST)

This place is as debarricaded as Ridleybank on a Saturday night. It's scary as hell around here. Bravo! By the way, you will most certainly recognize my survivor alt, if and when you track him down. Petrosjko 03:15, 26 April 2006 (BST)

I think Reganbank has been like this for a while. At least since Feb. Nothing here, no PD, no tech. Forgotten by all, except by the poor survivors who were spawned here.

Glad to see you get away earlier. Really didn't want to see you die, not just yet :). The other guy was a feral. I was calmly talking to you while hugging and giving brotherly bites, when he showed up. I was worried that he might kill you so I started yelling run! run! as if this was going to wake you up.

But you being infected with 7 hps left probably thought I was trying to be funny :p. Zarrah, Pappa. Next time, I'll just eat your r!bz.

Looking back at it, the situation was funny! A good sweat can also be healthy. It ain't boring!--Doc smith 11:52, 28 April 2006 (BST)

Oh, I knew it was you giving the loving Bites of Greeting and the feral actually trying to kill me- I checked the profiles. I really should've screencapped it, but alas. That was a great scene to wake up to. 22:29, 28 April 2006 (BST)

Acclamations and chats from the Redneck 'lil Boys

Hi there. Very much enjoying fighting you guys for Reganbank. If nothing else, I think we've learned to spread out more so we don't get half a dozen de-brained at the same time! It's nice to have a point to playing the game. Before, mostly we were just helping defend malls and we were gettng bored. This is much more fun! Lucas Black 15:47, 23 May, 2006 (EST)

Argh!

You guys killed me! Good show.--Jorm 08:26, 2 May 2006 (BST)

Really? Where were you? Got a link to the undead murderer? I think alot of things are happening in Griggs gets 'blamed' on the Totes. Undead cracking PDs and hospitals are probably ferals. Of course, we are all-powerful but we can't be everywhere. I think there is an unknown organized group of undead operating in Griggs. The Totes were an unknown horde back in Feb-Mar. I think, some of our smashing operations were credited to the COWS. BTW, where are the COWS?--Doc smith 08:29, 4 May 2006 (BST)
Oh, this was in Reganbank, and I don't have a link. It's no biggie. If you mean the XP Cows (another horde I was in), they've pretty much gone idle, afaik. --Jorm 08:36, 4 May 2006 (BST)

Ah buggrit! Looks like i've finally been drafted as the main course at the Bles Building by you guys. Not quite the wake-up call I expected. :) Hope ZZZZED didn't mind the aftertaste. --Paddy Fitzgerald 13:19, 14 May 2006 (BST)

Sorry about the delay, Paddy. I was hoping Zed would reply. Unfortunately Zed is MIA. If you see him, tell him all is forgiven.--Doc smith 22:20, 18 May 2006 (BST)

DDAR

Figured we should probably say hi to our neibhours, so uhh.. Hi! Any chance you might be up for a zombie flavoured shindig down the track? -- Dead On Arrival 07:27, 6 May 2006 (BST)

Maybe one day we could shamble down that ways for a hoe-down but right now we are rebuilding the group and trying to keep Reganbank Harmanz free. Very tough survivors here. Gotta soak them in salt water for a few days to soften the meat!--Doc smith 05:16, 7 May 2006 (BST)

Unlisted Members?

Yo! A few Guns have been noticing weird things around town, so I thought I'd drop a line to clear the situation up. In particular, one of our members noted this:

# Half and Half said "Tired of going alone and getting headshot? Tired of being the only undead
inside a safehouse? Tired of the HARMANZ laughing at us behind their barracades?
Join the Totes. http://wiki.urbandead.com/index.php/Lebende_Tote" (05-11 20:29 BST)
Human. No group name. No zombie skills. Free Running.

I know your revived members PK, and that's fine. And, of course, the RRF uses human characters for purposes of spraypainting propaganda, so that's cool too. But some people are concerned about the possibility that Lebende Tote could be using unmarked members with free running as zombie spies. As you know, zombie spies are Serious Business.

We believe you all are too cool to be using spies aside from your revived members (who would have Lebende Tote in their profiles and thus can be countered), but we thought we should get a clarification on your spying policy anyway. One of the best things the RRF has done was to establish and publicise our strict no-spying/no-alt policies. People like to know they're in a group that plays fair, so announcing our policies publically helped us gain a lot of recruits. We definitely wish the same for Lebende Tote.

BARHAH! furtim 01:50, 13 May 2006 (BST)

The Lebende Tote have used “zombie spies�? if the operation warranted it. Our last big raid in Grigg Heights on the Oblivion folder group was the last time the operation warranted “spies�? This is noted in both the Grigg Heights and Tote’s Wiki page.
I am not aware of any “spying�? going on against the Guns. If that was the case, there would be more dead gunners and cracked safehouses. Paddy was the first gunner killed by the Totes in quite some time.
The 2 low level alts are recruiting among the ferals. The 2 low level alts are not spying. With the addition of the Rednecks to the suburb, every safehouse in Reganbank have humans inside.

--Doc smith 19:12, 16 May 2006 (BST)

I don't think anyone is accusing you; we're just trying to find out what's going on. If the playing feild is this way, that's fine; we'll deal. It's not one of paranoia: we've got several instances of humans entering safehouse and taking down barricades - in fact, they've even *told us* they were doing it.
So we're just trying to figure out what's going on, not play all "zombie spiez omg!" If its not your crew, that's cool - we just want to find out who it is so we can decide what to do about it (e.g., just leave the area, because we don't want to play the game like that? start pking anyone who shows up that matches the profile?) --Jorm 19:26, 16 May 2006 (BST)
No worries, doc. We still <3 the Tote. I just wanted an official statement from you to clear up the situation and answer a few questions. The RRF respects that not all zombie groups will follow the same rules; for example, we've worked together in the past with the Church of the Resurrection and Dark Order of Armageddon, both of whom actively use revived members for proselytising and even "forced conversions". Like jorm said, we really just want to know what's going on.
If you say that your alts exist for gaining recruits, that's cool by us. And if you say they're not spying, then excellent! However, as jorm mentioned, there have been instances of survivors debarricading safehouses and then talking about it, so when we saw another survivor without a group in his profile start talking about Lebende Tote, we got a little suspicious. Honestly, if you had been using them to spy, we wouldn't have condemned you for it, but we probably would have started PKing these characters in order to keep our area safe for survivors. Since they're not spying or breaking barricades, we'll leave them alone.
Good hunting! furtim 02:42, 18 May 2006 (BST)
Well i just wanted to say my alt "TagIt" is a straight up propaganda spreader. Infact some GoB's got Xp from healing him (cheers to him). I never look at names/profiles with TagIt and use my other charactor "Jackson 5" before i use my alt, so that way i dont even have the AP to take advantage of what he may see. I do have the Tote group in his name. If you ever feel compeled to kill him i understand tho. May i suggest the redneck lil boys are doing the unbaracading? They seem to be a relativly new group to the area and may be trying to keep 'cades at below HB -----Jackson 5
Just for the record, I don't think any of us have been unbaracading. While our policy is to leave some buildings at VS+2, if someone overbaricardes, we've just been leaving them alone - before too long a helpful Zombie knocks them back down again. It's possible in isolated cases a member of our team has done it on the hospital, but that would be about it. Lucas Black 15:53, 23 May, 2006 (EST)
Sorry if I came across a bit asinine. Tact is not my strong point. Bad humour is :)."TagIt" and "Half and Half" are the only street corner preachers we have and use. I'll add a comment to the Totes front page. H&H is the #4, so he don't get around much anyhow. The Totes won't use them as spies for tactical operations. Checking in on the latest move of the Grigg Heights HQ of Oblivion Folder from one PD to the other PD is, however, strategic... :p Seriously, we need to recruit. Both recruiting alts will have mention of the Totes in their character descriptions. Truth be told, the Totes have been in a great (for the Totes) ongoing battle in the south of Reganbank against the Rednecks, who continue to perform actions, which are detrimental to their health. There's also a quite heated spraypainting war going on between us. Only thing that is missing is girls on trampolines. Reganbank is starting to feel like home. Guns of Brixton, Oblivion Folder and Grigg Heights are starting to become "the college days". Sadly time marches on...--Doc smith 21:12, 18 May 2006 (BST)
I believe that the debarricading is being done by ambiguous "anti-survivor elements" who left the area and have now returned. I.E. I spotted someone. Mums the word! Back in the days, Grigg Heights and the surounding suburbs were a vile cesspool of lewd icky 'stuff'. An undead paradise.--Doc smith 21:21, 18 May 2006 (BST)

Well guys, If this anti-survivor group was trying to stir up a little bitterness between our 2 groups-----lets just say, they lost. Totes have nothing but respect for the Guns, and I'm sure the feelings are mutual. IBite

IBite, othingnay otay orryway aboutyay. Ethay ambiguousyay "anti-survivoryay elementsyay" areyay PKers. oldyay iendsfray ;o)--Doc smith 02:31, 19 May 2006 (BST)
That's good to hear you say, IBite, and I can definitely confirm that the respect is mutual. I'm glad the Totes are enjoying Reganbank, and I hope your recruiting efforts go well! furtim 01:50, 21 May 2006 (BST)

The James Earl Jones Awards

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Mayor of Malton

The unified ticket of Murray Jay Suskind and Bullgod are looking to mobilize the zombie masses for the general election so that we can have a zombie as Mayor of Malton. I understand that most of you were in Huey's camp for the primary, but right now we're hoping to mobilize and bring together all zombies to thwart the harmanz efforts to have a living mayor. So if you're willing to offer a formal endorsement, we'd appreciate it. -- Murray Jay Suskind 15:05, 27 April 2007 (BST)

I'll relay this information to the group right away. --Specialist290 22:02, 27 April 2007 (BST) (too lazy to change sig ATM)

United Zombies of Malton

Z-rex paid a visit to the Extinction shoutbox yesterday and liked the interface. Would Lebende Tote use a similar browser? I'm setting them up as part of a Zombie Portal to support Zombie communication and coordination. --Zeug 02:45, 3 June 2007 (BST)

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Yes the Toes (while a small group) are still active in Grigg Heights and will always call it home no matter where we are. The rest of the burbs we are listed in can be removed however. Jackson 5
Thanks! You have been confirmed active in Grigg Heights and removed from the other listed suburbs. Feel free to re-add yourself if you like. Bob Moncrief EBDW! 03:41, 30 October 2013 (UTC)
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