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Re: NSU

I think he is mainly training that zerg army of his atm. Just staying in the Krinks area would be of massive help. Somehow the conflict has attracted the attention of the Nazi Party of Malton, who have started PKing in Krinks as well. --zyckde 12:39, 1 April 2010 (BST)

hehe, that's pretty funny. Well, just add http://www.urbandead.com/profile.cgi?id=1671228 to your contact list, and let me know if you see 'm ;-)
I'm not sure where they are just now. The use guerilla tactics, so I'm using counter-guerilla tactics.--Fenian 17:34, 1 April 2010 (BST)
Rumour has it that there is a gnatsi training camp in shuttlebank. --zyckde 09:04, 2 April 2010 (BST)

Account

Hello, can you provide me a link to your account? --Cornholioo 16:12, 1 April 2010 (UTC)

I have various accounts. As far as those go that might come for you... It are only my two sole Feral Undead alts. They aren't too hard to find out, given you now know the group and that I go by the same handle in everything UD-related. So, I don't feel like serving them on the silver plate. Isn't honestly worth the research either, as unlike PKers, there's little one can pro-actively do about zambahs. --Spiderzed 18:14, 1 April 2010 (BST)
Ah, behold! The last shock before the death of this dirty Jew; before the Germanic Long Arm finishes him! In a final attempt to save himself of the Aryan man, he doesn't give me his account. Fear has become master of your soul. I have to do with you.
If you plan to goad me with your hate speech, that's not going to work. Use that cauliflower between your ears instead. I've already given away enough hints that any 3-year-old armed with Google could find out who my FU's are. (Granted, that might be a level of smarts unreachable by the average neonazi, especially if he's just a Beutedeutscher and thus racially carved out to serve his pure-blooded masters...) --Spiderzed 19:43, 1 April 2010 (BST)
Its nice to meet someone else who enjoys zombies with orange clothing. --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 20:02, 1 April 2010 (BST)

Thank you for the heads up

Spiderzed,

Thank you for the heads up about my talk page posts. I have since corrected the issue. The fact that I am planning on retaking Colglough is no secret as it is part of my character concept and mentioned in game in english and zamgrh, though you were right about the forum info. I must say that you ferrals are a decent lot. When my building was still standing, I had feral visitors in human form from time to time and, with the exception of the odd call of MAH ZAMBAH BRAZARZ GANNA ZMAZH ZA HARMANZ AN BARG AHN ZA!R BRA!NZ!they always behaved in a most civil way. Feel free to stop by Colglough once renovations are complete whenever you wish.

--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan 

Whittenside Edit

I like the edit you have posted to the Whittenside page. I preserved mine for later use. Do you mind if I use portions of yours for the zombie side of the Whittenside tourism guide that I am puting together?--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  21:11, 10 April 2010 (BST)

Reply to your post in character and out

(meta-discourse warning: the following communication is out of character and provided for clarification and to provide context to future discourse) Regarding your comment on my talk page, first let me clarify that I do not frequent the forums because I doubt that an agreement between Albert’s group and the ferals can be reached. To clarify, Albert, as a character concept, is intentionally delusional and overly sanguine towards zombies. This is because I play this game for a different reason than many others. I realize that there is no strategic value in such an alliance but neither is there a way to ultimately win this game negating for me the idea of absolute strategy. I realize that for many ferals, victory is defined in less absolute terms making this a game about the strategic possession and maintenance of resources. For others, it is defined by the amount of destruction and death hey can bring during their career. For me it is about exploring character development in an interactive environment. Communications on this wiki, which he calls the great inter-Malton database,are to be considered in character unless otherwise specified. This is the reason that my Alt in Dulston is not mentioned on his account at all. My name is not Albert, my goals are not his; therefore, I will now let him speak. (end meta-discourse)


I see no reason that we cannot find a way to coexist. While there is no strategic advantage to peaceful relations with my group, and while I realize the relative size of the feral movement, I would argue that there is more to our fair city than strategy. My goal is and has always been the improvement of life/unlife in Malton. For this reason, I have created products to aid and entertain zombies and harmanz alike. The newest of them, zambgrh sgabbah (zombie Scrabble), even gives zombies a chance to practice their verbal skills and survivors something to do while waiting for a revive: available from Colglough labs as soon as we can hold the building long enough to design it. It is these products and the maintenance of a safe meeting spot for inter-cultural discourse that I bring to the table.


As to prior claim on geography, Necrotech occupied this building before the outbreak and my research is closer in spirit to theirs than barg!ng bra!nz. It is clear then that historic claim is relative. Again, should I manage to retake the building you and all of your group are welcome to visit, accord or no, to discuss this matter further.


Yours in science,

--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  07:15, 14 April 2010 (BST)

:P

Saw this. Did this. Tongue :P Brofist? We're coming to get you, Barbara 15:18, 16 April 2010 (BST)

I'm not a local survivor player

And hence I'm really not the right person to ask. :/ --Yonnua Koponen Talk ! Contribs 20:18, 16 April 2010 (BST)

Whittenside edit

You were right to follow up. Your first post did go unnoticed in the hustle and bustle that has been my talk page as of late. I viewed your edit and, while part of me is for the idea of changing the description between the two as the fort changes hands, I think that the critics who have commented on both of our edits would be happier if the edit were more evenly two sided. Accordingly, I am working on a post that is about the continuing battle over the fort rather than the fort itself using elements of both our previous attempts combined with a new graphic. Once I complete it I will send you a link and find out what you think.

--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  03:53, 17 April 2010 (BST)

Just finished. This is a hybrid of our posts and I think will acomplish the goal even if it is a bit long. I removed the bit about the Spring Picnic as I feel this is a big enough event to warrent its own separate entry. Let me know what you think.
--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  05:06, 17 April 2010 (BST)
In reference to the points you mentioned, in one I have acquiesced, one I wish to defend, and the other one bears more discussion.
The Image: If you like I can change the image but first I would justify its current state. I chose the patch because that group claims heavy involvement in the struggle for the fort going back to mid 2007. The patch itself is a derivation of the UDCC patch specialized for fort Perryn in recognition of the two older groups combining. It also looks pretty good. Since I was not in the suburb in 2006 when your group renamed the fort or in 2007 when they say they took it back and dedicated themselves to its defense, I can attest to neither claim but I know that both groups are very active now and tend to take them at their word. If there is information with which I am not furnished, let me know and I can easily readjust my preconceptions. As it stands, I am not opposed to removing the or changing the graphic. I like the yin yang as the post is about the unending struggle but If it would be easier, I can replace the group logos with stylized versions of the words “Fort Perryn” and “Fort Feral”
The contesting group list: In the name of simplicity, I removed the historic and newly arrived groups in favor of those who have been and continue to be a factor. The paragraph still mentions the FPDF as we can figure out what to do with this when we resolve the previous issue.
The Spring Picnic: I think you misunderstand my intent as regards the Spring Picnic. I fully realize the impact of this event as I have been witness to it once already and failed to live through the experience. I agree wholeheartedly that it belongs on the suburb page. I do, however, think that it is too large an event to be contained in the entry for the fort and suggest rather that it have its own mention on the suburb page as it changes the face of the whole suburb.
please let me know what you think,
--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  20:51, 17 April 2010 (BST)
Will do and we can deal with the graphic later if need be. Incidently, I see that you are looking into changing the Colglough building page. May I ask which part?
--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  01:06, 18 April 2010 (BST)

Lecture.

I'd actually already seen the screenshot. Quite an interesting lecture. I don't agree with everything you said (Mainly based on personal preference), but its a damn fine guide. I might even request a guest lecture slot myself some time. --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 19:17, 20 April 2010 (BST)

Special:Recentchanges I always read whatever is put on the MCM's pages. Good reading throughout. --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 21:03, 20 April 2010 (BST)

Thank you again, but this time it was not needed

I appreciate the warning and receive in the spirit in which it was intended. I did however realize (unlike the last time) that this was being posted in a public forum. For this action, exact timing is not secret in the interest of attracting the attention of other survivors and the fact that I will attempt to retake is given. If members of the FU read it and wish to oppose the action I have come to understand that they will do so regardless of where I post the information. Clandestine ops, which I consider somewhat distasteful myself, seem to be almost wholly ineffective in Whittenside these days, so I prefer to deal with such issues primarily above board. In past I have even dropped by the building to warn the zombies inside that I was coming in Zamgrh to avoid revivifying anyone who did not wish to be revivified. I apologize for placing you in a moral dilemma and will do my best to flag information like this to make it clear that it is for open distribution in future. Once again I appreciate and respect your candor and ethics in brining this to my attention.

Yours in science,

--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  20:28, 2 May 2010 (BST)

P.S. Have you taken a look at our new novelty product, ZGRABBAH? I think you may appreciate the design. If you examine the image source you can read the squares.

Template

Words can't describe it.

It's the best ffing template ever.

--Zyckde 21:56, 5 May 2010 (BST)

I give you... The Spy

http://zyckde.pastebin.com/EwU6Fc6r

Wait.. what? (Also, what the hell do skull volume have to do with anything?) Oidar 19:53, 10 May 2010 (BST)
I dunno, the short version is here

User:Spiderzed/Sandbox/DCGuide

Don't forget that a death cultist will want Body Building instead of Flesh Rot (not as well as); and it always pays to know the quickest way to an entry point from your location, and to an NT building from there, so as to minimise HP loss to infection before arrival inside, allowing maximum shootiness before parachuting. We're coming to get you, Barbara 18:13, 13 May 2010 (BST)

Thanks for the interest.
I'll certainly speak about all that, especially the avoidance of the rot and generally useful harman skills (Freerunning, Diagnosis, NT Employment, Body Building etc.). It's just in the early work state of a few quickly jotted down notes. I'll also certainly put it in Developing Guides first once I think that it's on the way to be done. -- Spiderzed 18:28, 13 May 2010 (BST)
Just needs the examples to be concrete instead of theoretical (by which I mean, for example, suggesting actual fake group tags under that point, like perhaps Roftwood Survivor League or Ant-Zed Strike Force; or suggesting one or two 'survivory' phrases for profile fields like "Carries his axe grudgingly, unwilling to harm his old loved ones" or bladdy blah such like), and maybe increase the level of some of the headings but that's purely aesthetic. Apart from the first point anything else would simply be visual layout stuff that's just personal preferences but that's your call, after all. I like it. We're coming to get you, Barbara 22:27, 26 May 2010 (BST)
If you GK in Millen Hills, do it in the rot revive clinic, not the hospital, first. Trust me. We're coming to get you, Barbara 13:17, 29 May 2010 (BST)
The peripheral location of St. Dio's means that most of the NTs and PDs in the area rely instead on Edmund General in Shearbank, so there's not actually a huge disruption by taking down St. Dio's. It's still a good target but sometimes you need to look beyond a suburb to see how an area is best attacked. Given the feral slant of your guide, attacking both hospitals is inadvisable, but there's an RR clinic that serves as a good target for culting due to its heavy reliance on generators - hospitals can function without, if needs be, clincs can't. Plus the proximity of the clinic to an entry point which can be simply overcaded, and two other TRPs right beside it, means that a GKing run can be quite effective, with almost no travel time. We're coming to get you, Barbara 13:44, 29 May 2010 (BST)

Spring Picnic entry for the wiki

Some time has passed since our edit of Whittenside and none seem to objecting to the POV or content. I suppose the ultimate test will come during your next spring picnic when all of your zombie friends are once more in town. This brings me to my reason for posting today. I still think the Whittenside page needs an entry about the spring picnic. I have been a bit distracted as late by The Heathers else I would have brought this up sooner. If no one else is planning to write such a thing, I am willing to give it a shot, though I am not the most qualified to do so. If I am to write it I will obviously post it first for approval by the Feral community but I would appreciate it if you or someone else could provide me with some more detailed information about its history and character so that I may make my post as fair as is possible. Things look a fair bit different on the chomping side of the teeth.

--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  23:36, 13 May 2010 (BST)

Nah Azga!b, Anrah Harm!

This applies to you. --VVV RPGMBCWS 08:49, 20 May 2010 (BST)

First Reclamation of Richmond Hills‎

Wait - Cornhole actually was there? What the.. I've been trying to find him for ages. I'm losing my touch.. Oidar 18:06, 21 May 2010 (BST)

He had announced on the NSU page to reclaim Richmond Hills. But have seen him there neither despite having peeked everywhere during the rebuilding. (Though I have a couple of third-party wits showing his alts there during that time.) But that subpage was anyway rather the result of some joking on #mcm. -- Spiderzed 18:18, 21 May 2010 (BST)
Heh. Well, I've been finding a lot of graffiti.. He ought to have been here fairly recently. Dammit.. Oidar 15:58, 22 May 2010 (BST)

Custom Sig

Thanks very much for pointing me in that direction. :D --Austin Hunt 02:03, 8 June 2010 (BST)

Voting for the guide

I most certainly will vote for the guide. Excellent work.--Belisarius17 17:30, 12 June 2010 (BST)

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