User talk:Bassist55

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MMI Icon

Hi Bassist, I've made a sort of MMI icon that you asked for, is it the kind of thing you're after?

Malton Music Industry

Malton Music Industry--Sunil 12:27, 15 May 2007 (BST)

OK glad you liked it. I make them in (Adobe) Fireworks, using a Mac of course.--Sunil 12:36, 16 May 2007 (BST)

'Ello, 'Ello

I believe I've already said something on your group page, but if you didn't notice it, then sure, feel free to cover them as often as you like :) Don't forget to give me credit, of course, but other than the acknowledgement I don't want anything in return--although a revive or two if I'm ever dead and in the area would be nice if you bump into me at a revive point.

Also, don't forget to check back frequently--I'm still coming up w/ new songs, although I've been a little slow about it recently. --Specialist290 21:36, 3 May 2007 (BST)

Music With Rocks In

Hi Bassist55, I just stumbled across the MMI page and wanted to say hello from musician to musician. We are the Electric Light Torchestra, located in Dulston and trying to keep the buildings there powered (mainly for the good cause, but also to plug in our instruments :-) I wanted to ask if you're interested in a kind of alliance with us, with mutual linking and maybe one safer day we could play some gigs together. Let me hear what you think about it and keep on rocking! --Balcony JediELT|Talk! 23:13, 27 April 2007 (BST)

In response.

Yes, I do. I'm also the Mark D Stroyer of Urban Dead. And the Mark D Stroyer of OGame. And the Mark D. Stroyer of...uh, Jedi Knight II. But who are you? -Mark D. Stroyer 03:09, 14 February 2007 (UTC)

Re: Thanks for the Welcome

Thanks for inviting me to the forums, but if you could make a public board or thread, that would be great otherwise I'd end up with way too many boards to check for news (there are a lot of groups in Malton, alive or otherwise). I'd recommend having a look and even signing up to the forum for the Dribbling Beavers, there's nothing that goes in Santlerville that they don't know about (or won't within a few hours anyway).

PS: What graphics etc. were you thinking about? (Your logo and template look cool BTW.)--Sunil 03:36, 4 April 2007 (BST)

From St. Matt's H Admin

Having to type out "The Administrator for St. Matthew's Hospital (Santlverille) is getting really tiresome so I'm shortening it slowly until everyone will understand ASMH.

Anyway, I'm so glad, and relieved that you want to help out with Hospital duties while your group gets underway. It is actually pretty busy down here in the SW corner, with equal inconveniences coming from Pk/Gk/RK'ers as Zombies. I thought it was going to be a steady, but boring job of just healing people coming in but instead I've had to:

  • Make ambulance runs to Dennis Row FS to help people without free running
  • Sort their cades out as some people purposely over barricade
  • Sort St. Matt's Cades out as Zombie keep banging on it
  • Re-graffiti useful messages as opposed to having sale promotions on the walls
  • Check people's profiles to make sure they're not PK/GK/RK'ers or KOS or alts
  • Bitch-slap the odd Zombie who tries to eat the patients

You've done all this before, I'm sure.

Part of my grand plan is getting St. Spyridon's Hospital (Santlerville) up and running officially too. That Hospital is looked after by The Dribbling Beavers and usually kept powered and fuelled with a radio but you wouldn't think it looking at the wiki page.

If you want to, it would be most excellent if you could "take over" administration of St. Spyridon's Hospital. If you want to take this on, we would build up the wiki page for the Hospital (to make it looko like the others), and then you'd be the one updating its status - just a one-line job every other day or so. Of course, "administration" means all the stuff in the above list and more, it's just the word sounds boring - you'll also be checking on the surrounding buildings etc. You'll get a lot of help from The Dribbling Beavers and they'd be really grateful to have another person keeping and eye on the SW corner. You'll quickly find there aren't enough AP in the day to keep up with all the stuff that needs doing.

Whaddya say? Sounds good?--Sunil 13:48, 5 April 2007 (BST)


I've made a category for those brave survivors who put "love thy enemy" into practice in these harsh, harsh times. Buddhagazelle 01:23, 9 April 2007 (BST)Buddhagazelle

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