Talk:The Ministry of the Dead

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Well this is wonderful, glad it finally got off the ground. Hopefully the combined zombie hordes won't go the way of The Warriors. Also, don't forget about Seagulls, Hmbargar Halparz and Church of the Resurrection, all grade-A shit stompers in this wonderful city of Malton.--Insomniac By Choice 06:28, 2 Nov 2005 (GMT)

They havent been contacted yet, or havent responded to our attempts to contact them (In the case of the CotR and Shambling Seagulls we just dont know who to contact). As an aside, though there are two pages for this orgainsation, this is the one I did after being asked to create one by kytaira of the Undying Scourge. besides, i like this one better, though it may be personal pride biasing me here. --Grim s 10:37, 2 Nov 2005 (GMT)
About CotR, probably the best thing would be to post on their forum UD thread (see their Wiki page for the address, then go for the Media section). --Seagull Flock 11:27, 2 Nov 2005 (GMT)
I thought you wanted to be shrouded in mystery and not say who you were...? Shadowstar 11:14, 2 Nov 2005 (GMT)
I have a zombie, but he's in the RRF. However I don't think that many CotR members read the wiki, this is why I suggested Grim to post directly in their forum if he wants to contact them. --Seagull Flock 17:07, 3 Nov 2005 (GMT)
That was part of the request when I edited it; however, the participants in these coordinated attacks are kind of easy to spot and well-publicized on other pages and the unofficial boards. I figured the best approach was to not single out specific hordes, but focus on the cooperative aspects of this venture. Then when groups start getting jealous from the fame and the groupies and the band eventually breaks up, we can go onto E! True Hollywood story and point to this as the golden age of the Ministry, back when zombies worked together for the art, and not the money.--Bananafsh 16:46, 3 Nov 2005 (GMT)
Mwahahahaahaaaaa... Masses of Zombies rule! Shadowstar 17:00, 3 Nov 2005 (GMT)

The Halparz are still tied up in Tollyton, clearing out survivors of the battle for Woodroffe Mall. We do enjoy clearing out a suburb. In principle, I'm sure we're probably happy with the idea of greater zombie unity, but we don't really have a command structure per se, so it's hard to tell. James Holloway 11:42, 2 Nov 2005 (GMT)

Reworded the page significantly, per the request of a Ministry rep that the page de-emphasize horde names. If you don't like it, remember I'm just the messenger. If you love it, tips are welcomed. --Bananafsh 16:33, 3 Nov 2005 (GMT)

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