Why an outdoor Revive Point?
This is a nice plan, but it has one glaring fault. Why is there an outdoor revive point? Wouldn't it be smarter to have the entry point ALSO be your revive point, and do your revives INSIDE? Entry point buildings do not need to be barricaded, if that is their sole use. Ideally this would be a ransacked church, as per the RESCUE policy. You should then make the 4th block (the one that used to be the revive point) a building kept at VSB, for use as a recovery safehouse by folks who do not have free-running, but having your revives inside would save the revive tech 4 AP on each round trip between the RP and the NT building, and would save each revived person at least 2 AP (assuming they have free-running). --S.WiersctdpNTmapx:oo 00:19, 1 April 2007 (BST)
Policy in Practice
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I've just stumbled upon this but my group and I have been practicing this in a similar form for a while now. One of our two revive points is set up in similar fashion, at Ebbutt Road.
We serve out revives at Ebbutt, where people then have a chance to stand up and either walk left to enter the Very Strongly barricaded Julie Hospital for a quick heal, be they a bad case of the infection or just to top off their health. Or as the entry for revivers returning to Jillard.
OR to walk to the Right and enter the Junkyard entrypoint where they can then free run their way to the PD to stock up on ammo or head to Whitenoll building, which is our home, for a safe place to sleep before venturing out to the rest of the suburb. JD 05:01, 30 April 2007 (BST)