Talk:The Blackmore Building

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Old Blackmore Picture

Minister Sinister, roving zombie singer

The Minister will be coming to the Blackmore Building soon.

its already been taken down. again, fool, check again

What about Caigar?

Whilst you lot were having fun in the blackmore building, shacknews ransacked caigar for limes, lamps and appleflappen. The mall did fall on the 10th. A sad sad day for those who still breath.--Danalov 03:15, 11 November 2006 (UTC)

I say leave it alone, it's a lost cause,it's not the untakable mall anymore. Blackmore is an important step towards creating Survivor Security Zone and I think thats a goal worth fighting for --Brom Armostrong 00:41, 15 February 2007 (UTC)
I beg to differ, I don't think blackmore has much strategic importance in the SSZ at all. Many of my comrades AND members of RRF feel the same way. Pretty much it's a good training ground and good for XP but not extremely important strategically to the SSZ. Myself, I was defending for a bit, but I think it's a distraction to the rest of the zone. --Benigno 18:28, 19 February 2007 (UTC)
STOP EDITING MY POSTS WITHOUT MY PERMISSION please --Benigno 22:06, 25 February 2007 (UTC)


As many have realised that the horde outside blackmore is much less in numbers than it used to be.. they have asked questions of where all those zombies are going? well now i can inform you that all those zombies have joined mall tour '07. yes by now moving down a suburb we shall see the biggest horde in UD history. while many might not change their groups to mall tour they will be active and will be a great asset to the tour as it continues its roll through the suburbs.. i fear (or hope, its hard when you have alts on both sides) that this new horde will be able to further isolate the SW quadrant from survivour groups. As the current percentage split is 56% zombies and 44% survivours; we may see this number blow out as suburb afetr suburb falls to this new mega horde. Me101 11:07, 15 March 2007 (UTC)

Do we have the Second Battle of Blackmore at hand?

It seems the survivors are nicely dug in at Blackmore now, and although breakins are very frequent, no real damage seems to be done- apparently, the zombie are not organized enough to cause lasting damage. I personally destroyed the generator just a while ago, and while doing that, the ´cades went up to EHB in an instant. Current situation looks like this will take a long time to settle, for the RRF itself has yet to intervene: it seems they really don´t care, as the human occupation of Blackmore only means one thing: there will be a nice battle waiting once the Horde comes home.

haha, what do you mean, second battle? Blackmore is hot all the time. This current situation started as a way to distract the zeds that were sieging Nichols, but escalated from there. --Benigno SSZ RCC 23:40, 17 May 2007 (BST)
Second? i've already participated in 3 of them and missed few, so i'd say it's Battle#7 or something of that sort... Fight at Blackmore - it never gets old --Duke GarlandTLCD SSZ 11:10, 18 May 2007 (BST)

--- With "second" I mean, a second time there is an extremely long, drawn-out siege of the building, only this time, there´s not gonna be a Shacknews to help us out anymore. FreakyM 14:38, 18 May 2007 (BST)

Oh trust me it gets old, it gets old real fast. The harmans might be so bored they have to keep coming to the same place and doing EXACTLY the same thing, but us zambahz prefer a little bit of fun. We've chucked them out so many times, and if they're so pathetic as to have *nothing* else to do then that's their call. Screw Blackmore, it's just where trenchies live. LordOlam 13:04, 14 June 2007 (BST)
Mabey if they traveled to fight Group 0 or went to one of the suburbs actually needing help both harmanz and zombies wouldn't be so tired of the idiots that think Blackmore means something. It doesn't, you'll still die, Ridleybank will still be the zombie homeland, and all that changes from idiotic trip to idiotic trip are how many other suburbs you screw over by drawing protectors and meatbags away from them. --karek 03:26, 15 June 2007 (BST)
Actually, the RRF is a human plot to keep zombies isolated in one suburb, with the ability to make them all go back there to "defend the homeland" every time zombies start to turn up the heat elsewhere; all humans have to do is attack a particular building. It's working quite nicely. Slicer 16:05, 6 January 2008 (UTC)

26th of August 2010

The guys from POLNGOAK have been holding Blackmore against quickly rising numbers. They have drawn the attention of the RRF's DoHS so it's anyones guess how much longer they'll last. --Itsacon (Talk | Grungni | Ikhnaton) 08:54, 26 August 2010 (BST)

All due respect, this was NEVER a POLNGOAK operation. Justinbronze showed up for one day, got killed, then left. This was started by 404 and kept going by a combination of all the groups currently inside.-- Rolfe Steiner Talk | Creedy Guerrilla Raiders 15:55, 27 August 2010 (BST)
Moved from news section. --Papa Moloch 16:41, 27 August 2010 (BST)

Since I guess this was deleted from news for NPOV (probably right, I think), I'll put it here: I find it fitting that this is taking place during roughly the same time as the original great Battle of Blackmore four years ago. --Wraith 18:40, 27 August 2010 (BST)

Sorry, I should have included that here; my bad. But yes, it's one of those moments in history which seems to have echoed. I wonder if 404 had that in mind when they thought of their raid. --Papa Moloch 21:14, 27 August 2010 (BST)
doubt that shit. god i hope not.----golamStarofdavid2.png ¯\(Boobs.gif)/¯ 21:45, 27 August 2010 (BST)
Highly doubt it. It says in the danger report they were trying to do a Pinata and I guess they "screwed it up" :P --Wraith 22:53, 27 August 2010 (BST)
No, it wasn't planned. It was a complete accident that we just decided on the spot to run with. The entire thing with the four year anniversary we only realized a couple days later because I read a lot of UD history.-- Rolfe Steiner Talk | Creedy Guerrilla Raiders 23:00, 27 August 2010 (BST)
When 404 screws up, it's awesome. :b --Emerald Green 23:06, 27 August 2010 (BST)
what do you mean "when" :P----golamStarofdavid2.png ¯\(Boobs.gif)/¯ 23:54, 27 August 2010 (BST)

Survivor Embassy

I know it seems a bit odd in-game but in terms of the meta-game wouldn't make sense to have this as a kind of survivor embassy that must never be barricaded but would count as a revival point for any inclined zombie, including those with brain rot. Then have the RRF enforce tolerance of this building. Just an idea anyway. -- Li2 19:20, 7 February 2011 (UTC)

Were did they all go?

I am currently a Zombie in The Blackmore Building and there is one person and 3 other zombies here I am Wondering what happened to all the zombies, this building is one of the most important throughout Malton and only 3 zombies are defending it. This place has been abandoned and now a small group of survivors could easily renovate the building and if a large group came in they could deliver revives throughout Ridleybank. Founder7 16:05, 15 March 2013 (UTC)

Why should be there more? Zombies go where tasty brains are. RRF isn't a Noise Abatement Society, so they don't squat buildings all the time. If harmanz like to go into meat grinder, let them - 5th of November is proof it typically doesn't last long. --Labla 17:48, 16 March 2013 (UTC)

no history?

I'm surprised there's no history on this page of the big battles that happened at Blackmoore over the years. Cultural significance etc. DANCEDANCEREVOLUTION 09:26, 10 January 2019 (UTC)