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Looking forward

Yay, that's cool. I like wiki-journals. Especially the ones you find in some hidden drawers in backrooms. What did you do with the pages, that were already used? I bet you still have them, huh huh huh?-- [ ρsych°Lychεε ]  T 23:02, 9 October 2007 (BST)

Other pages? Actually, wait... some of the sheets are stuck together. Wow... you guys aren't going to believe this. -Next time, on "Travels of Kikashie": "Nott Auto Repair and the Hidden Pages".
OOC: I'm going to use this as an excuse to (subtly) bash the Infected Swarm and other things i don't like (such as Pk'ers, radio spam, and canned potatoes). It may contain an interesting story connecting Nott Auto Repair and a secret NecroTech project, or it might be the ramblings of an idiot. You decide. --Kikashie ELT 23:58, 9 October 2007 (BST) PS: the hidden pages definitely did not become toilet paper. Definitely.
Ha! I knew it, there's always some sheets sticking together in secret jounals hidden in workshops in a random zombie infested city. Happens all the time. I like idiots, so please continue.-- [ ρsych°Lychεε ]  T 11:25, 27 October 2007 (BST)
I'll make that a continuous theme, the sticky sheets. I'm going to try to tie-in different stories, rather than just make it a daily log of what i do (which is quite boring actually). Thanks for reading, I'll try to keep it interesting :). --Kikashie ELT 04:30, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
Yes, try to keep those updates brief but continuous (I don't think "daily" is necessary though). Most of the journals around here have very few but epic-length entries, what mostly deters me from reading them. -- [ ρsych°Lychεε ]  T 09:07, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
Hey PsychoLychee if your intrested try reading my journal. Let me know if it's getting a little winded or not. --Mr NoName001 09:36, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
I'm glad to see I'm not the only one with the idea of makeing a journal to bash the annoying, and laugh at the fun stuff. --Mr NoName001 11:50, 27 October 2007 (BST)
BTW I just wanted to apologize for stealing the "found an old notebook/journal" idea but I couldn't figure out how to relay what I was saying on the page untill I read yours. No hard feelings :) --Mr NoName001 04:21, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
Not a problem, It's a very generic concept. --Kikashie ELT 04:28, 28 October 2007 (UTC)

Hey just wanted to give a heads up that I'm headed towards Dulston. I've made it to Rolt Heights so far.--Mr NoName001 09:23, 30 October 2007 (UTC)

Cool, you should have no problem getting xp up here. If you need healing, head to either of the hospitals to the north, the DITPS manage them. Right now there are less than 5 standing zombies, so you could even sleep outside if you wanted to ;). --Kikashie ELT 10:59, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
Well I made it to Dulston, but every building I've come to is EHB so I'm standing outside for the moment. Found a mess of Zeds on the East side by the Trood building. Not in the Cemetary, but actually at the building. I figured the church might just be VSB but it was overcaded as well. Kinda makes it tough to get around when everything is so overbuilt. I would have expected everything to be much less locked down with the neighbourhood being so safe? --Mr NoName001 20:35, 1 November 2007 (UTC)
Dulston is probably the safest suburb in the game right now. People just over barricade, and not many people are taking the initiative to bring them back down to VSB+2 (which is the highest enter able level). If you look at Dulston's map, there are a few entry points that are usually kept VSB+2. These would be the rail stations, the hospitals, and the Perryn Building, which is kept at a constant VSB+2 by the survivors inside. Remember you can always get in through a ruined building, by free running into an adjacent one (although you can't free run into a ruined building itself). So if you're really stuck, try heading to the NW, the buildings up there might bring more luck. This is a constant problem in Dulston, and we're trying to fix it. But the general population in Dulston finds it satisfying to barricade everything to EHB. Sorry for your inconvenience, hope to see you soon. PS: i noticed you don't have free running, and i recommend you get that as your next skill. Almost all green suburbs end up like this, and if you don't have free running, you can't get around at all. --Kikashie ELT 21:52, 1 November 2007 (UTC)
Thanks for hte heads up on possible openings. I've got freerunning actually, on both my guys. You almost can't play the game without it. I learned that pretty quick let me tell ya! I'll work my way across to the NW side to see if I can find an open door. I can't stay around forever, but I want to get myself the shopping skill and check out the mall before I head west. Is there any projects around here I can help with while I'mm in the area? --Mr NoName001 23:17, 1 November 2007 (UTC)

Well I told ya I'd make it up there eventually. I'm impressed you found me so quickly. I'm trying to clear out the NT building over there but it was 5 zeds and me so I was only able to knock them down a little. I'm going to keep at it for now. How about you? What are you working at right now? and are you intrested in doing a little metagameing in such a manner as trying to log in at the same time tomorrow? Give me a heads up k. --Mr NoName001 02:43, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

I'm not doing much, just keeping the buildings powered. This is just the idle time between the huge hordes. The only zombie group we have in Dulston (have ever had in Dulston) is the Infected Swarm. We call them the "Defective Swarm", because they haven't caused any damage to Dulston since they got here.
I was actually just passing through the PD and saw you there. We can coordinate something tomorrow if you want, but i don't have any ammo on me (just fuel and generators). I'll head by the mall to restock, then we'll see if we can clear out the zombies in the Trood Building.
After that, what do you say about heading to Ridleybank? Last year, on the 5th of November, survivors converged on Ridleybank to fight the heavily fortified zombies who reside there. For a very long time the suburb has been under zombie control, and, as a kind of tradition, survivors attempt to reclaim it every so often. I haven't gone before, but i plan on going this year. If you want to read a little about it, check out the Blackmore Bastard Brigade and the 5th of November. Victory or death! --Kikashie ELT 03:21, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Remember, Remember, The 5th of Novvember! Ya I know about that know might not ba a bad idea. You think we can make it there in time? It's only 3 days till the fifth. I suppose we could forego the Trood and work our way that way so were well armed and rested for the assualt? is the rest of the ELT heading that way? --Mr NoName001 03:30, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Ehhhh i don't think so. We're not the most combat oriented group (hell, we barely fight at all), so they have decided to stay behind and keep the power on. It only takes 40AP to get to Ridleybank, if you go in a straight diagonal (remember, suburbs are only 10 blocks long and wide). We can make our way to Dowdney Mall in Santlerville, stock up, then head to Ridleybank on the 5th. We don't have to be there on the 5th, even though we have enough time. Thats just when it starts (and it usually ends a week or two later). I'll pester the rest of the DA to see if i can get anyone to come. --Kikashie ELT 03:39, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Sounds like a plan. The more the merrier. I guess I should get bargain hunting soon hungh? I just got shopping to, couldn't have timed that better! Ok so 40 to gget there thats not bad, so long as we have a place to get into once we get there. I guess I should familierize myself with the area around ridleybank. What time do you usually play anyway? --Mr NoName001 03:57, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Whenever really. I usually keep the wiki up when i'm doing stuff and poke in throughout the day. But most of the time i just log in and blow my daily AP. I'm from Pennsylvania, so it's midnight here. How about noon tomorrow? Even if we don't go the same time, whoever goes first can pick a building to stop in (but we should both have enough AP to free run right to the mall). --Kikashie ELT 04:02, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
According to this map, it will only take around 30-35AP to make it to Dowdney Mall from our current location (the one highlighted). Considering the free running lanes are all open, of course. The Dulston Alliance has some friends in Santlerville, the Dribbling Beavers. They might be going too. --Kikashie ELT 04:11, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Sounds like a good plan. Noon tomorrow should be good. It might take me a little longer to get all the AP together though. But we have an RV so that should work. At least we can stop and get some ammo and such before the actuall attack. Got any ideas for an assualt plan? I was thinking we might want to aim for the necro first....if it's even possible when we get there? If we just go for a balls out angle run we can make it in 24 or so, so long as the Entry point is open.--Mr NoName001 04:22, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
I'm heading for the mall, I'll tell you where i end up (or where there is an entry point). The necro is where they eventually congregated, after getting the shit beat out of them :). That seems like a good starting point. --Kikashie ELT 16:38, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
I'm there, the NW corner of Dowdney Mall. Only took 32AP too. There is an entry point right outside of the mall, St Emelia's Church (2N 1E of the NE mall corner). Good luck! --Kikashie ELT 16:42, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Sounds good. Sorry I'm a little late getting on today. It was a long night last night.--Mr NoName001 16:44, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Yeah i know, to tell you the truth i just got up 45 minutes ago. Heh. A few other DA members are going too, so hopefully we can meet up with them there. I think I'll grab some syringes in the necrotech next door before we set out tomorrow. --Kikashie ELT 16:48, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Tomorrow? I thought we were heading there today? O shit, I wish I'd read this a little sooner, I just made it to Dowdney! Sorry man.--Mr NoName001 16:53, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
No no no, i meant we head to Ridleybank tomorrow. I don't even know what i mean, I'm in Dowdney at any rate. --Kikashie ELT 16:58, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Ok Whew! you had me worried there for a second! Ya I made it there with a few AP to spare. Glad there entry was open I'll tell you that though. Not many zeds on the streets though did you notice that? I only saw a couple all the way here.--Mr NoName001 17:01, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, the Beavers keep the zed population at a healthy "zeds < 2". --Kikashie ELT 17:02, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Well they definately do a good job at that! So since you want some syringes and I'd like to score a little more Exp to get bargain hunting do you want to spend tomorrrow here in the mall and head or Ridley on the actual 5th?--Mr NoName001 17:11, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, we'll stay at the mall for the 4th (tomorrow) and head to Ridleybank on the 5th. The other survivors might have some buildings captured if we head out later in the day (the 5th). Besides, I'd rather not be the first wave... heh. --Kikashie ELT 17:28, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
I can't argue with that! I get the feeling the first wave is going to have a hard time of it. Who knows maybe this year we can hold out and force the zeds to disperse?--Mr NoName001 17:50, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
Would be cool, but unlikely. The zombies there are too dug in, and, after reading some of their forums, they are all returning to defend Ridleybank. Theres about 150 who will be waiting for us. But after this escapade, have you any thoughts about joining a group? --Kikashie ELT 18:27, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

No thoughts on a group yet. I kinda have a little personal goal of trying to revive Darkerstown. I don't know why but I figure it might make for a slight challenge? Why's that are you offering?--Mr NoName001 22:16, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for making a new paragraph. That was getting extremely small, heh. Eh, it was just an idea. The ELT isn't a glamorous group or anything, we're a bunch of old farts who keep the buildings powered. By all means, continue to Dakerstown. It just won't be an easy task. Extinction wiped the place out. I recommend joining one of the groups up there, regardless. It makes survival a lot easier. --Kikashie ELT 22:51, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
I had read that the Extinction did a pretty good job over there, but I figure maybe I can establish a foot hold and start the burb back up. Might give people a reason to occupy the city again. Plus I'm more stubbourn then the dead :) Intrested in starting an impossible mission? At the very least maybe I can establish the NW corner to a sustainable position.--Mr NoName001 23:14, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
One man against the world, eh? I'd love to help out but Ridleybank is as far as I'm willing to go, for now at least. Word has it that the Second Big Bash is losing steam... they are looking for a place to end it (a big bang, if you will) and they might head to the NE. Actually, scratch everything i just said. My alt (the military) is in Grigg Heights, about a days run from Dakerstown. He can give you a hand in rebuilding the place whenever you get up there. --Kikashie ELT 23:24, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
I get the feeling after haveing read some of the sites for the other groups I'm going to need all the help I can get. The bash wants to head all the way up there? Wow thats a pretty good run for them. I was kinda hopeing they'd stop by Creedy at some point just to see that reaction of the trenchies when there seiged by a real mob, and not just 2 or 3 lone zeds standing there!--Mr NoName001 01:19, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
I've made it to Ridleybank. Currently in Adalbert General Hospital with my friend N00bert from FOXHOUND. We're going to try to organize an attack tomorrow, see if you can meet us here. You shouldn't have any problem getting into the buildings - just free run into wherever you want from a ruined building (there are a ton of them). Good luck! --Kikashie ELT 02:19, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
I killed my AP earlier today getting some ammo and a few last exp I needed. I will head that way later tonight. How does it look over there anyway?--Mr NoName001 02:27, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
It's actually not that bad. Just about the entire eastern half of Ridleybank is repaired and re-barricaded, although sparsely populated (a lot of people just make barricading runs, and sleep outside the burb'). I'm not sure about the status of the Blackmore building though. The zombies will make that their priority target, once we recapture it. I hope we can organize a strike tomorrow, N00bert is ready to go and Robicus of the DITPS is on his way too. 4 man spec ops... sweet. BTW, here are their profiles if you want to add them: [Robicus] and [N00bert] --Kikashie ELT 02:37, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
I'll definately add them. A four man team might just be enough to do it. Hopefully there aren't 500 of them in there! Do you think we should scout the building tomorrow, or goo straight for an assualt?--Mr NoName001 02:59, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

Out of Character

Just wanted to say thats a damn fine journal entry. Brought a little tear to my eye ;) I just hope we can hold ourselfs up to it! --Mr NoName001 12:28, 6 November 2007 (UTC)