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Hi Koppie. It is requested that character-related information be maintained on your user page. I have moved the contents from your Koppie page to User:Koppie. --Lint 22:26, 15 May 2006 (BST)

Fort Perryn Defence Force

I read the article about your permanent garrision.The FPDF have alreayd been established their so what I would like to do is to merge the two so we are more effective.The PDFhave a excellent strucutre but unfortunatly lack numbers for it to fully work.At now the numbers are 5 but growing.If this system could be put into place it would benefit the FOrt and surroudning well.--Seloth 23:56, 23 august 2007. (GMT)


Your evidence doesn't prove that you are sleeping there. You can leave the suburb during that time. Besides, the group listing is for groups that will stay there. I know for a fact that the CC is not going to stay there. I'm fine with it in Barhahville since that is the CC's home suburb. But Ridleybank isn't and is only there to distract. Sonny Corleone WTF 01:19, 23 June 2006 (BST)

The RRF once placed it's group on the side of known groups and it caused a big incident. This was a suburb that the RRF was only in temporarily. It ended up with the RRF removing it. Why is it fair for survivors to do it and zombies not? Sonny Corleone WTF 01:52, 23 June 2006 (BST)
I didn't know about that. If that's actually a policy of some sort, then I'll be happy to go with common practice. But that still doesn't give you--or anyone else--the right to tell me what I can or cannot put in the RB history. --Koppie 03:18, 23 June 2006 (BST)
The news portion is my fault. I honest to god thought it was a lie. You're free to put NPOV news in Ridleybank. Sonny Corleone WTF 03:33, 23 June 2006 (BST)
You may want to take the arbitration part out of the Ridley news. That's unrelated to the actual suburb. Sonny Corleone WTF 23:25, 23 June 2006 (BST)
Fair enough. See you in Barrville! --Koppie 23:49, 23 June 2006 (BST)

Way to go!

Thanks for starting a case against sonny! Let's see how he likes it: he can't seem to go for more than a week before starting an arbitration case against somebody.--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 19:34, 28 June 2006 (BST)

Actually, it's already ended. Tool. Cyberbob  Talk  20:00, 28 June 2006 (BST)
Well, It wasn't when I posted that. Jerk.--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 05:50, 1 July 2006 (BST)


Hi! You may have heard of this by now, but on July 14th, Me and another guy are heading into Ridleybank to power as many buildings as possible. I'm contacting you because looking at the history of the CC wiki page, It looks like your in charge. If you have any people to spare, It would be great if you could help.

PS-PFTP stands for "Power For The People"--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 05:50, 1 July 2006 (BST)

I PMed you on the forum. Hope you like the idea.--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 07:52, 2 July 2006 (BST)

Is it safe to asume you don't like the idea?--Labine50 MHG|MalTel 19:55, 2 July 2006 (BST)

I sent you an email. Did you not get it? Actually I do like the idea, very much. But we should talk in a more secure environment. --Koppie 21:09, 2 July 2006 (BST)

Vandal Banning

Sonny Corleone has taken a dislike to your posting comments on users talk page. You need to defend yourself. --Gage 01:25, 14 August 2006 (BST)

No worries about the above, case already closed. Anyway, just incase you need to contact multiple groups (10+), using the wiki isn't the best way if the groups have other communication channels. Some users and mods don't like people spamming tens of pages when it is avoidable. Not like you did it anyway. --Brizth M T 02:16, 14 August 2006 (BST)


Props for actually noticing my insignificant piece of vandalism. *salute*

You know, I'd not actually heard of the Cannonball Crew until they were mentioned in the Historical Groups section? It just amused me that your page talked of major military operations when I hadn't even heard of you, and you only (apparently) had 16 members (although apparently not). Oh well. Maybe the advertisement of your group isn't the highest priority.

I'm just wondering something, though. You say in your own Wiki page that:

'...The truth is, there are too many organized groups in Malton, and not enough coordination. The CC is working on that, although we are not really a diplomatic organization. The only way to truly solve the zombie problem is to join forces. It will benefit you, because you'll have the support of a large, highly professional group of people, plus a long list of allies. The CC pledge is to never leave a man behind. If you are hurt, sick, or in trouble, we always take care of our own. '

However, you have a remarkably strict membership policy, and little to no recognition as a key group in Malton. Compare this to, say, the Mall Tour, or the Caiger Mall Survivors. Both groups were highly successful, and had no entry exam. The Mall Tour started with a forum post basically saying 'Hey, wouldn't it be a cool idea if...?' and just suggested that any zombie who wanted to be in on it change their affiliation and head to the next mall. Same basic principle for the Caiger Mall Survivors- they were just a band of any and all survivors who wanted to hold one mall, and they did so in the face of hundreds, if not thousands, of zombies. The Cannonball Crew were not even mentioned during the Mall Tour '06 by any of the zombie players (I was one, I should know). This is most probably down to the lack of numbers in the Cannonball Crew. If you really do want to make an impact in Malton, and 'solve the zombie problem' as you say, then you should stop being so secretive. Open up, relax, invite anyone who wants to join to do so, and so on and so forth. Don't hide your member numbers like you're ashamed of it.

--Re your post on my discussion page- no thanks, I already have done better. My usual name on forums is notthemilkybarkid (give or take an underscore), and this name is taken from the name of one of my alts. I helped start the snowball of the Mall Tour rolling, but then we did hardly any recruiting at all. We just opened the floodgates with a post on a forum with one cool concept and little to no organisation. Trust me. Although I suppose that if the Loose Cannons are very loose in membership and you still don't get huge numbers, the concept of your group must not excite survivor players, which is a shame. I personally tip my hat to you just for the fact that you take the fight to us zombies instead of searching up ammo in Malls and PKing each other. Not sure what else you can do to recruit, to be honest. Maybe try and recruit more small groups into the Malton Colossus?

Re: Blesley/Gulsonside Reclaimation Campaign

Events are in motion as we speak. If you want to coordinate, currently there are 3 groups using the forums of the U.S. ARMY INFANTRY as a secure means of communication. Get in touch with Johnny_Lunchpail and he'll set you up with an account. It's happening right now and there are a few secure waypoints and safehouses. Communication and coordination will win this thing! --Stickman 00:11, 3 September 2006 (BST)

I have arrived at Blesley, and more from Combat Revive Eligible Society and the Blesley resistance are coming in behind me. Colonel al 3 Sept.

If you could hold off a little bit on the attack you will be getting a lot of help from the DEM. We are pushing that way and it should take about 5 days til we are over there. We can talk more if you'd like go to and join up, my Fire fighters name there is Severous. Paffers5 5:41 Pm Sept 4th

An Interest in Museums

I noticed you have been asking about museums and searching for items within. First of yes different museums let you find different things. Check out Fine Art of Malton for what we know and UDWiki:The Museum Project for what we are hoping to find out. Vantar 04:35, 22 March 2007 (UTC)

Fort Perryn Page

Apologies for deleting your comment. In future, I'll ensure I discuss something like this on a talk page first. Darkgrave is a loose cannon, and a zerger to boot, but I still should have spoken to you before I did anything, sorry. --Pavluk A! E! 00:41, 25 September 2007 (BST)

Koppie, I really am sorry. I know I'd promised to talk it over with you in future before I deleted your posts. It's been a bad day IRL, and I didn't check to see who posted the comment. I just skimmed it, saw the 'PKers out' bit, and deleted. Sorry.
However, I maintain that what you've posted doesn't belong in the news section of a community page. NPOV implies a post does not favour any side in the game; be it survivor, zombie, or PKer. Put it on the talk page, or contact the groups you want gone directly. As for the old news, I do intend to clean it up as I've done with the Fort Creedy page, unless another user does it first. --Pavluk A! E! 22:10, 9 October 2007 (BST)
Apology accepted! I think my post--at least as it stands now--is NPOV because it is a public statement that will have very real consequences in-game. The fact is that the CC has issued an ultimatum, and that ultimatum will quite likely lead to violence in the fort. My post doesn't comment on whether that's a good thing or not. "Just the facts, ma'am." An event on this scale deserves to be mentioned. That would be like saying you can't mention Bush's claims that Saddam had WMD in an article about the US invasion of Iraq; whether those statements were true or not, they were a major factor that led to a very real war and should be mentioned in any NPOV treatment of the subject.--Koppie 22:17, 9 October 2007 (BST)

Stance on Zerging

I can see from your main page that the Cannonball Crew do not support zerging. Please can you relay this to Tyler Jorgensson, who killed me today in reprisal for my terminating a member of self-confessed zergers Clan Wolverine. See below:


The proof that Clan Wolverine are cheats:

  • From their wiki page: "Zerging: Is allowed however, we respectfully request that only a maximum of two or three characters be allowed to zerg. Basically any more characters and you dont get any work done and this applys to Missions only."
  • From earlier today:


I don't want to tell you how to do your job, but were I a defender of Fort Perryn, I'd have asked Clan Wolverine and Tony Darkzerg's MERCENARY ELITE (which now seems to have been absorbed into Clan Wolverine) to stop zerging or leave. It doesn't reflect well on a place if it has a reputation for harbouring cheats. --Bob Fortune RR 15:04, 8 October 2007 (BST)

Thankyou. Don't worry, I won't report Jorgensson. --Bob Fortune RR 17:17, 8 October 2007 (BST)
I just realized I was dealing with a member of Red Rum. I did not mean to step in between two rival PKer groups. The Cannonball Crew is working on an appropriate response to the existence of PKer groups in our fort. In the mean time, we have no official response to the actions of the Wolverine Clan or the actions of our own Sgt. Jorgensson.--Koppie 00:43, 9 October 2007 (BST)
May I point out that this isn't a war between rival PKer groups. Most of the Wolverines don't even have gun skills. I killed Sara Lee Rosse because zerging is cheating, not because the Chief Biscuit told me to. Red Rum aren't, to my knowledge, at war with any group currently inside Perryn. Had the good Sergeant killed me because I was a PKer, or because I was a Rummer, or because he didn't like my clothing; I would be fine with it. Happens all the time, occupational hazard I'm afraid, and I'm well equipped to remonstrate with Johansson myself. However, I brought it to your attention because a member of your group was supporting the most obvious cheats I have ever had the misfortune to come across, and I'm sure that you would not want the Cannonball Crew nor Fort Perryn to gain a reputation for harbouring zergers. In my eyes, a zerger is KOS. I try to kill every zerger I come across, even with my pro-survivor alt, and I will continue to do so. --Bob Fortune RR 14:40, 9 October 2007 (BST)
Thank you for your clarification. In your eyes, of course, MANY people are KOS. You are RR, after all. But I understand what you are saying and I will take it for what it is.--Koppie 15:58, 9 October 2007 (BST)

This conversation is being continued here:

Fort Perryn

Whilst obviously we don't see eye-to-eye on the issue of PKing, I'd like to say that I respect both you and the Cannonball Crew for being fair and consistent in your principles. I'm not sure how much contact you've had with Red Rum in the past, but I think it's safe to say we're not like most other PKer groups both in that we're completely nomadic, and we play UD primarily for the laughs. We come and go as we please, we're normally pretty loose-knit, and we're never really welcomed anywhere due to our habit of shooting everyone. If you wish to talk about Red Rum being in Perryn, you'll have to speak to our leader, Karloth Vois. --Bob Fortune RR 21:37, 9 October 2007 (BST)

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