Talk:Rhodenbank Barricade Plan

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Rhodenbank is need of a barricade plan, this shouldn't be a problem especially if the suburb is actually at green level. Many of the resource buildings are at HB+ preventing those who do not have free running from accessing it, as well as causing noobcake players who do not have free running to hole up and stay in the buildings throwing off chance to find rolls. --Mazda RX7 1 August 2006

Nice of you, I came in from Earletown, which is having a helluva lot of trouble with daily zombie incursions into our safehouses looking for some bullets to take back with me, silly of me, a noob with only first aid and firearms training, now I'm 50 turns down and unconcious St.Albans hospital with nothing to show for my efforts. Think you could find it in your heart to open up one of the police stations for us ammo starved suckers in Earletown? -- Corporal Jonas, 8 August 2006

I'll go and try to knock the 'cades at Hindmarish Row PD back to VS tomorrow. However we're having problems with overbarricading at the moment so if I do manage to reduce the levels I can't guarantee them to stay at that level. Foxalpha1 TRCDC 12:15, 9 August 2006 (BST)

Thanks, just picked up half a dozen pistols in Hindmarish, the zeds in Earletown better prepare themselves. -- Corporal Jonas, 8 August 2006

Note: Rhodenbank's barricade can be found here - it was there before, but was deleted accidently by a trigger-happy moderator and was never replaced. Apologies for the inconvenience. --Nomader TRCDC 07:08, 26 August 2006 (BST)

I think for now the barricade plan is off until further notice as the Big Bash has moved into this suburb. When they move back this plan will go back into effect.--.--Mercsenary TRCDC 23:23, 6 September 2006 (BST)

The barricade plan is still in effect, however, the entire suburb is pretty much under seige from the Big Bash. As rules stipulate, if under seige from five or more zombies, the building should go to EH barricades - and most buildings have done so, or... at least attempted to. --Nomader TRCDC 04:36, 8 September 2006 (BST)

Hello im pyro1499 from the North Side Ninjas, and i do all of the wiki stuff for our clan, and i would like to say that the barricade plan should be lowered a bit. remember when Rhodenbank was very unsafe, those days are over, and now we got to stop over barricading the Anstruther Building, one of our newer members cant get in to our HQ, so i have to take baout a day or so taking it down for him, and when im out of AP, you guys, the RCDC, over barricade it again! here is our plan for the Anstruther Building:

1. keep it on very strong so people can get in and out.

2. there will be a ninja in there at all times, so if something happinds, we will either take care of it, or warn the RCDC.

3. the ablett arms is right next door, most citizens of Rhodenbank cherish that place, and its always full, if a couragios person heres a feeding grone comming from the Anstruther Building, he will leave and help!

4. it takes a while for anyone to destoy a generator, i dont care what level that person or thing is, it takes TIME

So if youll trust the North Side Ninjas, we can succeed in keeping the north east area safe! - pyro1499 from the NSN

That still may leave the phone mast more vulnerable to zeds and GKers. More of our members visit our forum so post there to discuss...

New Plan

I see Gage has posted a new barricade plan for Rhodenbank. Has there been any public review of this plan yet? Is there any consensus agreement on the plan by local groups? Not that the DEM has much in the way of personnel in your area, but we generally try to stick to local barricade plans where generally supported by local groups, even if it isn't UBP compliant.

I'd also like to make a strong request. Please change the colors used for some locations. Either use the standard colors as presented in most barricade plans, or use a completely different color. Being different is fine, but using a color for one type of location that is generally used for a completely different type will, IMHO, needlessly confuse people traveling to, or through, your area, and may cause some to misread or ignore your plan. --Gilant talk|DEM 19:22, 29 November 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, he based it (mostly) on our RCDC plan. I touched it up a bit, but I will definately check out that standardized template when I get a chance. Schloss Ritter 08:52, 2 December 2006 (UTC)
It is the same thing as the RCDC map.--Gage 08:53, 2 December 2006 (UTC)
And every suburb uses a different map anyway. Saying that there is one template is lying to yourself.--Gage 09:02, 2 December 2006 (UTC)
Thank you. Schloss Ritter 09:03, 2 December 2006 (UTC)
I said most, not all. And I wasn't refering to the template (though I am of course partial to it), but to the choice of colors. I simply think using standard color makes it easier for players to quickly understand the map. --Gilant talk|DEM 02:50, 5 December 2006 (UTC)
Standardized colors now in effect. --Schloss Ritter 22:53, 15 January 2007 (UTC)

Requesting a base

Hey there, Medic Aston from the Rhodenbank Rumblers, a new group I just recently made. Noticed it was under your groups barricade plan, and was hoping I could open up the The Bizzell Building (located 81,4) to VS, and turn it into a fight club for newbies and veterans alike. This is where I make a request like that, right? --JAston 07:13, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

We at the RCDC came up with the plan mostly because no one else bothered to. Personally, I don't like the idea of making the plan even less UBP compliant by bringing down the cades at Bizzell. There's already a row of VSB non-resource buildings from the southwest corner to the eastern edge of the suburb (the Rhodenbank Hiway). If you want to do the public Fight Club thing, might I suggest Club Knyps as it's already tagged for VSB. Have fun. --Schloss Ritter 13:45, 15 December 2007 (UTC)

Bossk The Gecko

Exuse me, but is the user Bossk The Gecko wanted in Rhodenbank. Some Bounty Hunter killed me. --The Gecko PKer 21:46, 31 January 2008 (UTC)

Extreme over cading in the far north western sections

Greetings. I'm checking in to warn all noobs that nearly ever TR point in the north western section is barricaded beyond VSB. This includes the Hindmarsh Row Police Dept, the Meetcham Drive Fire Station, the Cull Avenue Police Dept and Billinghurst Place Police Dept. I've not yet checked the status of either St. Heiler's and St. Alban's. A small group of freelancers are holding down St. Alfred's at VSB and we are accumulating the noobs who can't get in elseware, but we are noobs ourselves and and having trouble gathering further supplies to defend ourselves because of this over cading. --CharlieFandango 29 July 2008 (UTC)

Proposal for changing St. Alfred's barricade plan to EHB?

St Alfred's hospital resides in a necrowatch blindspot so there is no way for the survivors inside to approximately know if there are any zombies accumulating outside the hospital for a strike and take the appropriate barricade actions. As such St. Alfred's is very vulnerable to sneak attacks (already had one last night and 2 zombies are still inside). Given its status as a resource point and high profile zombie target, it is not a safe spot for new players if necrowatch is also blind at this block. Therefore I would like to propose to have this hospital set the barricades at EHB to provide additional time for rebarricading in case of attacks and also ensure only adequately experienced and equipped survivors will be present should the barricades fall and zombies breach the building --OO Willie 21 October 2009 (GMT+8)

You bring up some good points; I see no harm in upping the barricades, at least for the near future (Not like anyone really ever uses St, Alfreds munch, for that matter). I'll hit up some other local survivors, such as the RCDC, for their opinion on the matter.
One small problem you may encounter with altering the barricade plan- it was recently deemed UBP-Compliant (doesn't really mean anything, but there are many survivors that have been campaingning to acheive it), and I beleive altering the hospital's status may affect said compliance. If so, you may have trouble pushing any long term changes.--~ Red Hawk One Talk | space for lease 05:10, 21 October 2009 (BST)
One issue that will come up with this is the area surrounding St. Alfred's. It is the entry point for a number of surrounding buildings; if the hospital were to go EHB, then one of the others would probably also need to be down-graded to VSB as an entry point. I also share Red's issue about our newly-granted UBP compliant status. I don't really have an issue with your logic, just that the implementation will create a bit of chaos.--kakugori 05:43, 21 October 2009 (BST)
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