Talk:Sons of Korhal

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Greetings, Sons of Korhal, I would like to inquire as to whether your group is still operating within the suburb of Pescodside and whether you have any plans for a group logo, as I have already attributed logo icons to each of the current groups within Dulston and Pescodside I was checking to see if you had plans for your own group symbol. Let me know. --Mobius187 10:19AM, Feb 26 2006 (EST)

Nope, as far as I know we don't have a logo yet. The group is still active in and around Pescodside and we are still keeping the revive point at Mermagen Street active if nothing else. --Nov 10:03, 1 March 2006 (GMT)

Old Request

So you guys are not looking for new members yet?

Revive Point

Do you all still actively patrol the revive point? I've tried the Sirl one, but people in this area are terrible about respecting revive points. I'm considering compling a list of known "Revive Point" killers in this area (and willing to work with those in the area).--TastyMeatBag 18:54, 13 March 2006 (GMT)

Sirl Plaza is not our revive point. The only revive point we patrol is Mermagen Street. --Nov W!, Talk 01:18, 15 March 2006 (GMT)

Dunningwood Warriors proposal

Greetings from the Dunningwood Warriors. I apologize for editing your page, I had no other way to get in touch with you before we moved north to help you with the zombie problem in Pescodside. This is Warchief Necrolepsy, PLEASE contact me at I have a business proposition that may prove very lucrative for both groups. Thanks. --MinusInnocence, moved from Sons of Korhal group page by Nov W!, Talk 07:00, 18 March 2006 (GMT)

Post it here so that the whole group can see it... unless it's a secret shady sort of thing, in which case, we want no part of. --Nov W!, Talk 00:46, 19 March 2006 (GMT)
Certainly! Don't worry, it's not secret or shady. The Warriors have battened down the hatches in Dunningwood and are eager to help neighboring suburbs with their zombie populations; if not merging with groups to consolidate our member base, then at least forging alliances which help everyone in the long run. The Mall Tour won't last forever, and when it's over those locusts will be spreading to every corner of Malton.
So! What I propose to the Sons of Korhal is for our groups to merge. Join the Warriors and the efficiency of the revive point at Mermagen Street (as well as the three we currently maintain) will surely increase. The vision of the Warchief is a small slice of eastern Malton where zombies fear to tread. Even if you share this vision, you may not want to give up your identity as a group and we appreciate that. Still, we want your help in securing Pescodside before moving onto other suburbs. At the very least, having a network of allies in this part of town will ensure none of us goes for long without aid when we need it most. --MinusInnocence
I doubt a merger is in both our interests, but an alliance will be discussed about at the next Sons of Korhal meeting. We simply do not have enough numbers at this point to keep the entire suburb of Pescodside free, only the NW corner, which is a 5x5 square block within Pescodside and the adjoining 5 squares in Dulston and sometimes Rolt Heights. Your group is free to help out with revives at Mermagen Street, but at this point in time, we simply do not have the numbers to head south to Dunningwood. BTW, you might want to rationalise your revive point to somewhere in the center of the 3 NT buildings instead of having them just one square off each one of them. This way, you can prevent an entire zombie horde from camping next to your NT buildings, while waiting for the gathering horde (if they get revived, they just stand up and get killed by the gathering zombies giving them free XP), then when the time is ripe, heads over to your NT building and kills everyone inside. --Nov W!, Talk 03:42, 19 March 2006 (GMT)
Well, we just had our meeting and we have decided that due to lack of interest, we are disbanding. If you want a group to contact in Pescodside, perhaps the Friends of the Featherstone Library might be a better alternative... --Nov W!, Talk 02:04, 21 March 2006 (GMT)
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