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[[10 minutes from hell]]: "... reporting from with in Molebank, [[the Hippesley Building]], [[the Eglen Building]], [[Felix General Hospital (Molebank)|Felix General Hospital]], [[St Elisabeth's Hospital]] & [[Burrell Way Police Dept]] are all up and running. The Revive Points have an ocassional Mrh'er ... The Mole is standing ... Gardens are being planted, OK that's a lie but if it was warm enough there would plenty of gardens ..." --[[User:Pastorjeff|Pastorjeff]] 05:48, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
[[10 minutes from hell]]: "... reporting from with in Molebank, [[the Hippesley Building]], [[the Eglen Building]], [[Felix General Hospital (Molebank)|Felix General Hospital]], [[St. Elisabeth's Hospital (Molebank)|St Elisabeth's Hospital]] & [[Burrell Way Police Dept]] are all up and running. The Revive Points have an ocassional Mrh'er ... The Mole is standing ... Gardens are being planted, OK that's a lie but if it was warm enough there would plenty of gardens ..." --[[User:Pastorjeff|Pastorjeff]] 05:48, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
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Revision as of 12:14, 27 April 2009


All news older than one month should be moved from the Molebank page to here.



March 23rd

NecroWatch reported in from the The Barstow Building and The Hambidge Building today. Scans showed 64 zombies in the scanning range, accounting for overlap. Of these, 4 were at the Hambidge facility, 9 were attacking The Eglen Building, 9 were at Burrell Way Police Department, 5 at Cotty Bank, and 6 were waiting at the cemetery revive point NE of the Hambidge facility. All other zombies scattered in groups of 3 or less, making the area subject to frequent break-ins. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 04:21, 23 March 2009 (UTC)

March 20th

NecroWatch reported in from the the Pankhurst Building, the Hippesley Building, and the Eglen Building today. Scans from the facilities revealed 60 zombies in the area, accounting for overlap in scans. Of these, 12 were assaulting the Eglen facility itself, while 6 were at the Barstow Building, 4 were at Burrell Way Police Department, 3 at Ewins Row Fire Station, and 3 at Rumbell Grove Railway Station. All others were in pairs or single, scattered across the suburb. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 06:23, 20 March 2009 (UTC)

March 19th

NecroWatch reported in from the The Pankhurst Building today. A scan revealed 20 zombies in range of the facility. Of these, 5 were gathered at Burrell Way Police Department, while all others were single or in pairs, maintaining the ruined state of much of the suburb. They seem inactive, and do not pose a significant risk to survivor activities. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 16:09, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

March 13th

NecroWatch reported in from the The Eglen Building today. A scan revealed 67 zombies within scanning range. Of these, 9 were at the Barstow Building, 6 were at the Hambidge Building, 6 were at Cotty Bank, 8 were at Felix General Hospital, and 5 were at the Blackburn Arms. All others in groups of up to 3, scattered evenly about the suburb. There are 3 zombies waiting at Hanlon Park RP. ~ extropymine Talk | NW | 4Corners 22:21, 13 March 2009 (UTC)

March 9th

NecroWatch reported in from the Barstow and Eglen Buildings. Recents scans had revealed that there were 73 zombies within scanning range, after accounting for scan overlaps. Of these numbers, 7 zombies were at the Blackburn Arms, 6 zombies were at the Wakeford Motel, 4 zombies were at the Barstow facility, while 3 zombies could be found at the Hambidge Building, the Hanlon Park revive point, and the Dimon Museum. A majority of the remaining scattered zombies detected inside the suburb were each on their own, while others were outside the suburbs borders in numbers of 3 or fewer. --Mobius

March 7th

25.96 MHz: "... leaving Molebank, counted about sixty outside ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... only one building with lights on ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Eglen Building is in bad shape ..."--AxisKiller 16:54, 7 March 2009 (UTC)

March 2nd

After weeks with no sightings, the following groups have been removed from Molebank/News Archive's group listing.

Please re-add these groups if they are still active. Linkthewindow  Talk  12:11, 2 March 2009 (UTC)


February 24th

Suburb lies in ruins. More than 90% of the buildings ruined. Hateley Arms seem to be the last building on power. RPs are crowded with rottters and unfunctional. --Alex Row 21:05, 23 February 2009 (UTC)

February 21st

Mall Tour is on the way here. --Alex Row 14:26, 21 February 2009 (UTC)

February 14th

The NE area is powered and recovered. --Doc Groucho 14:43, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

February 8th

Not much opposition nor help has been found while cleaning Mid-West Molebank. Barricading and powering up the area is going to take some time. --Doc Groucho 11:06, 8 February 2009 (UTC)

February 4th

The South of Molebank lies in utter ruins, and it seems as though parts of it has been that way for sometime now.--SirArgo Talk 02:20, 5 February 2009 (UTC)


January 19th

It appears that most if not all of east molebank lies in ruins, and zombies are still shuffling around outside in groups. --crazyblackbird 10:50, 18 January 2009 (CST)

January 1st

The suburb seems to be in very bad shape, with lots of ruins everywhere. Hungry zombies are leaving to greener pastures. --Doc Groucho 08:51, 1 January 2009 (UTC)



December 22nd

A dead chicken has been holding the ruins of Neary Bank for four days already. Survivors that are caught sleeping inside are seen fleeing in the morning to St. Elisabeth's Hospital to be cured of poisonous bites. --Doc Groucho 11:09, 22 December 2008 (UTC)

December 15th

25.96 MHz: "... can see about forty on the streets of Molebank ... mostly just small groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... can't see a single ruined building ... the Curme Building is being held ..." (43 minutes ago) --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 23:24, 15 December 2008 (UTC)

December 12th

25.96 MHz: "... can see maybe fifty on the streets of Molebank ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... only a few buildings damaged ... lights are on in the Pankhurst Building ..." (2 hours and 20 minutes ago) --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 11:23, 13 December 2008 (UTC)

December 8th

There is an active safe house in Molebank. Actions are underway to start rebuilding. Biggest zombie group was 10, with 1-2 at most TRPs.--Todreich 10:23, 8 December 2008 (UTC)

December 5th

Almost entire suburb is ruined. Almost every ruined building contains a zombie with one or two on every other block.--Lois Millard 02:01, 5 December 2008 (UTC)

The above isn't entirely true. Most TRP's have zombie in, but most other buildings are empty, and with very low repair costs. Regular zombie patrols make it very hard to survive the night.--RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 14:02, 6 December 2008 (UTC)


November 15th

Collins building up. Surviors building up. Moving to retake both PD. ~ TexasGuy

November 11th

All buildings remain ruined, with few zombies around, perhaps having moved on to brainier pastures. Poop graffiti abounds, throughout Molebank. It also appears less prolifically in the surrounding suburbs. The poop of the dead has claimed Molebank... Who will scoop it up and revive this once thriving suburb to its former poop-free glory? The Maltonian - 18:40 Mtt


October 18th

For sarttan, who doesn't have a wiki account: All the buildings are ruined, with zombies scattered throughout the entire suburb. Retaken buildings fall quickly. Upgrading to dangerous. --Violet Begonia Dean MCM MOB 23:29, 18 October 2008 (BST)


September 30th

At least 36 zombies on the streets. Breakdown of the Tactical Resource Points:

  • 5 NecroTechs: 3 not powered, 2 ruined.
  • 1 Police dept: not powered.
  • 2 hospitals: not powered.
  • 3 factories: 1 powered, 2 not.
  • 3 auto repairs: 1 powered, 2 ruined.

There is also general ruination in the west. Given the zombie numbers, and with only 4 of the 14 TRPs ruined, this seems Moderate (although verging on Dangerous, given the low level of powered TRPs). --Funt Solo QT Scotland flag.JPG 02:39, 1 October 2008 (BST)

September 11th

External Military (25.96 MHz): "... leaving Molebank, counted about sixty outside ... maybe a dozen outside Felix General Hospital ... the Eglen Building is the only building with any lights on ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Pankhurst Building is in bad shape ..." (12 hours and 23 minutes ago) --WanYao 12:08, 11 September 2008 (BST)


August 19th

After weeks of no sightings the following groups have been removed from the suburb listings.

If any off these groups are still active feel free to add them again. --RosslessnessWant a Location Image? 13:39, 19 August 2008 (BST)

August 11th

The Dead is laying waste to the Molebank. Most citizens are killed. The survivor groups are putting up a tight resistance. 16:40,11 August (+8:00 GMT)

August 1st

External Military: "... can see about forty on the streets of Molebank ... mostly just stragglers, no organised groups ... no lights on down there ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Pankhurst Building is in bad shape ..." Laitaine 20:58, 1 August 2008 (BST)


July 18th

External Military: "... maybe seventy in Molebank ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Hambidge Building is out of action ..." Laitaine 01:52, 18 July 2008 (BST)

July 7th

St. Jude's Cathedral is fixed, the bottom two sections are at HB, the top two are slightly caded. We'll need some people, if you come now, we can fix up this place and keep on going from here. --Apocalyptic doom July 7, 2008, 5:08 (EST)


June 20th

Molebank has reached an unsteady balance between humans and zombies. A significant population of semi-organized zombies possibly affiliated with The Dead have taken up residence in the suburb. Break-ins are a frequent occurance, especially at all TRPs and neighboring buildings. However, the survivor population has managed to maintain a toe-hold in the suburb. Survivor defense is currently led by 10 minutes from hell but a large number of unaffiliated survivors continue to fight, revive, heal, and barricade in the suburb. As of this posting, most structures in Molebank are in ruins. --Wronghorn 17:02, 20 June 2008 (BST)


May 21th

May 20th

Area is fairly rough, with most buildings ruined. Break-ins are common. Anyone who is planning on travelling through this area make sure you have enough AP to get to the otherside. Molebank is not a safe place to rest. --Scone 10:41, 20 May 2008 (BST)

May 12th

The Zombies are back. Both police stations have fallen as well as several firestations and unconfirmed reports of a downed hospital. ST. Elizabeth is still running. Most the survivors are holed up there or anywhere else. Expect a lot of ruined buildings and nasty falls. --Saterek Debas

May 11th

After a period of quiet, the local zombie population has significantly increased. Break-ins on the major TRPs are occuring with irregular frequency, but most victims are quickly revived. Most infrastructure is intact and secure. PKers are still preying upon members of the local survivor groups; more of an annoyance than a significant threat to the safety of the suburb. Scatalogical vandals are still running loose through Molebank streets. Molebank is somewhat dangerous. --Wronghorn 16:02, 11 May 2008 (BST)

May 6th

The zombies are not very irritated, they attacks certain buildings (mainly FD and PD) by group of 3 or 5.--Level88/SCHMERNIN Daz
09:16(FR), 6 May 2008 (BST)

May 4th

Very little zombie activity. All is quiet.--Scone 14:58, 4 May 2008 (BST)


April 27th

The residents are obviously trying to hide in a false red zone. Molebank is hardly dangerous and revives come very quickly even if it were. The resource buildings are all powered and full of people and independent analysis confirms that there are hardly any zombies at all. Nothing worth sweating over. Stop vandalizing the wiki and take credit for the rebuilding. It's practically green, but we can compromise. --George Decay 12:46, 27 April 2008 (BST)

Agreed. What's with the red? Half the NT buildings are up, at least two are even powered, and I managed to get revived twice today... --Xypoglub 18:18, 27 April 2008 (BST)
Suburb status was hidden for obvious reasons. How ever, 5/6 NTs are caded and being held. Revive points are down to 0 daily. And almost all buildings are caded. (And dont delete post w/o giving a reason.) --Spencer J 21:33, 27 April 2008 (BST)
If you got revived twice, you died twice. I haven't been able to stay alive for 2 days here. Although it looks better than some of the surrounding suburbs, many buildings are ruined, and the rest are over-barricaded. For a new player or an experienced player, it is atleast a dangerous suburb. Recommend changing the status to dangerous until the rest of the major problems are fixed. --Dollar menu 02:17, 28 April 2008 (BST)

April 25th

No changes for this suburb. Still a red zone.--Spencer J 01:45, 26 April 2008 (BST)

April 24th

Half the suburb is completely rebuilt with lots of survivors, barricades, generators, everything you could ask for. It's not perfect but there's no way it's red. There's no danger sleeping in town. Street Legal 16:37, 24 April 2008 (BST)

I disagree. The zeds are very aggressive and determined, and there are many, many casualties every day. A handful of people cade strafing does not make this suburb safe, especially since half the suburb has been unable to even begin to be reclaimed. --Violet B 20:33, 24 April 2008 (BST)

April 23rd

Look at the suburb, it's in much better shape than red. There are just a few zombies that aren't waiting for revives. Street Legal 11:15, 23 April 2008 (BST)

I'm sorry, but I disagree. The danger may not be readily apparent, but is quite obvious if you look closer. The zeds are not all out in the open. Molebank is still incredibly dangerous! I'm changing the level back to very dangerous for now. Lois Millard 10:43, 23 April 2008 (EST)

April 22nd

  • 23:18, 21 April 2008 (BST) "... maybe seventy in Molebank ... mostly just small groups ... can't see any signs of life ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Barstow Building has fallen - repeat, the Barstow Building has fallen ..." --Dr Cory Bjornson 01:39, 22 April 2008 (BST)
Molebank is coming back up to speed and half the suburb is safely secured. Urban renewal has begun. Street Legal 10:33, 22 April 2008 (BST)
"Not gray" does not mean "not red anymore". I disagree with the change in danger level. Note the above external military report.--Violet B 14:12, 22 April 2008 (BST)

April 18th

"... can see a hundred or so on the streets of Molebank ... mostly just small groups ... no lights on down there ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Curme Building has fallen - repeat, the Curme Building has fallen ..." (3 hours and 45 minutes ago) --Dr Cory Bjornson 20:38, 18 April 2008 (BST)

April 14th

External Military: "... about eighty in Molebank ... they're just wandering around ... can't see any signs of life ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Barstow Building has fallen - repeat, the Barstow Building has fallen ..." --Scott Timewell 02:56, 14 April 2008 (BST)

April 5th

Last remaining safe houses destroyed and all remaining survivors killed (or fled). Revive points choked. Molebank is done.--Airborne88Zzz1.JPGT|Z.Quiz|PSS 13:01, 6 April 2008 (BST)

April 4th

Hippesely NT is ruined.--Scott Timewell 01:18, 4 April 2008 (BST)

Later: Eglen NT is ruined.--Scott Timewell 03:25, 4 April 2008 (BST)

Still Later: Both hospitals are ruined.--Scott Timewell 23:30, 4 April 2008 (BST)

April 1st

Molebank is pretty safe. Nearly all buildings have been recovered. A couple NT buildings still have zombies but there are plenty of others. Street Legal 14:46, 1 April 2008 (BST)


March 31st

Some survivor activity has returned to Molebank. However, almost all resource buildings are still out of commission and survivors are still in danger of being eaten. Dangerous.--Wronghorn 05:37, 31 March 2008 (BST)

This burb is definately still in the red, most of it is still ruined, and every single ruined building usually has a couple zeds in it. Sure the survivors might be holding a building or two here and there, but they are still hard to hold. Its still a luck game if you survive the night.--Arconious 00:12, 1 April 2008 (BST)

March 28th

External Military report: "... about sixty in Molebank ... they're just wandering around ... no lights on down there ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Hambidge Building is out of action ..." --WanYao 12:24, 28 March 2008 (UTC)

March 23th

Ten days later - there's nothing left. 100% ruined, ~70 zombies visible from the street. The survivors that were in this area a week and a half ago are now all gone or dead. Suburb is classified as very dangerous, likely to become a ghost town as the undead hordes move eastwards to better hunting grounds. --Tempest56 23:29 GMT, 23 March 2008

March 13th

Molebank is, unlike most of the north-west of Malton, alive. Barely. Most of the buildings along the southern and eastern border are intact, though with very varied barricade levels that indicate serious attacks and not enough survivors to keep the 'cades up all around. St. Jude's is entirely intact at the time of this report. However, there are almost no resource buildings that are not ruined - only Hamm Walk FD (it and the neighboring Wakeford Motel are the only buildings more than 3 blocks from the south or east border unruined) and two factories are not destroyed. All hospitals, PDs and NTs are ruined. Passing count spotted ~80 zombies on the street, plus unknown numbers inside the multiple open buildings I passed. Still very dangerous, but there's a visible survivor presence on the fringes. --Tempest56 01:37 GMT, 13 March 2008

March 7th

Still incredibly dangerous. Most, if not all buildings are ruined, and barricades don't last more than a day or two. --Wronghorn 01:41, 8 March 2008 (UTC)

March 1st

Undead activity still very high. 50+ zombies spotted from the street. Most of the north and west suburb is ruined. There's a solid group of intact and barricaded buildings just east of the cathedral (runs from 14, 49 to 17, 49, then up to ,45), with a tiny handful of other intact buildings scattered through the area (Hately Arms, Blesto Cinema, Bampyld Arms, Cotty Bank, St. Columbia's Church). Suburb is still mostly in zombie hands, but has a significant survivor presence in the south-east. --Tempest56 22:15 GMT, 1 March 2008


February 29th

Just to let Molebankians know that 10 minutes from hell is still here & will always be here. (So don't remove us from the wiki page). Things are a bit rough but 20% of the buildings are secured, resource buildings are being harvested and the revive points are coming alive. We're not ready to plant gardens yet but from the ashes the Mole will rise.--Pastorjeff 19:37, 29 February 2008 (UTC)

February 25th

A hand full of Zomcon troops have secured a safe house in the southeast of the suburb and have repaired Felix General Hospital [18, 47]. We are trying to keep the barricade levels in the surrounding area up as well to provide a place for and remaining survivors to gather. We are also attempting to provide revives where possible. We are currently holding our ground, but can't for too much longer without support...--Airborne88 22:53, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

February 25th

This suburb is completely ruined as far as I could see. The only bright spot for survivors seems to be that whoever was spraying those awful tags all over has probably been killed too. (edited to keep reasonably NPOV) --Ghills 15:20, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

Seconded. Molebank is Very Dangerous for survivors.--Wronghorn 16:38, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

February 21st

Break-ins at St. Elizabeth's Hospital are almost daily now, but so far none have succeeded. Another one was thwarted just minutes ago. -- Joshua Matthews

February 20th

Zomcon Forces have finally began to arrive in the suburb and are starting to assist with the survivor effort to contain zombie break ins. Our medical units will also be assisting with revives and curing the wounded.--Airborne88 15:25, 20 February 2008 (UTC)

February 19th

Zombie break-ins have increased at least 50% over the week, the north-western NT cluster is almost under continual attack. Revive queues have increased as survivor ranks have been depleted and a lack of needles leads to a slowed revive process. A short scan of the street reveals at least 50 zombies in various groupings, mostly centered around the NT resource locations, but also scattered throughout the streets. Molebank is a dangerous place to sleep. Given current trends, it is possible that the suburb could reach Very Dangerous by the end of the month. --Wronghorn 16:13, 19 February 2008 (UTC)

February 12th

An increasing number of break-ins are occurring across the northern and eastern sides of Molebank. Although the result of approximately 20-30 zombies, the low survivor population makes containment a difficult task. This, coupled with an increasing number of survivor on survivor attacks, has led to a general increase in danger in Molebank.--Wronghorn 13:34, 12 February 2008 (UTC)


January 25th

NecroWatch reported from the Pankhurst Building revealing that there were 21 zombies within scanning range. Of note, there were 5 zombies at the Dennis Motel in Owsleybank and 4 more zombies at a cemetery in West Becktown. The remaining zombies were shown to be scattered.

January 24th

An increasing number of break-ins are occurring due to an influx of new zombies to the area. In addition, PKing has increased as well. --Wronghorn 05:02, 24 January 2008 (UTC)

January 12th

"... Molebank looks clear ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building ... some survivor activity in the Hambidge Building ..." ~external Military Source--Arconious 19:12, 12 January 2008 (UTC)

January 8th

Recent scans and scouting reports shows Molebank has only a small, scattered zombie population, but has many injured survivors. A prime target for both PKers and healers. Downgraded to yellow.--  AHLGTG 22:19, 8 January 2008 (UTC)

January 7th

Molebank is fairly well recovered after the mess that was early December. All major resource locations are secured, and the local zombie population is manageable. --Wronghorn 17:14, 7 January 2008 (UTC)



December 23rd

External Military report: ... about forty in Molebank ... mostly just small groups ... several buildings with power ... only a few buildings damaged ... the Hambidge Building is operational ... the Curme Building is out of action ..." --WanYao 00:16, 23 December 2007 (UTC)

December 20th

10 minutes from hell: "... reporting from with in Molebank, the Hippesley Building, the Eglen Building, Felix General Hospital, St Elisabeth's Hospital & Burrell Way Police Dept are all up and running. The Revive Points have an ocassional Mrh'er ... The Mole is standing ... Gardens are being planted, OK that's a lie but if it was warm enough there would plenty of gardens ..." --Pastorjeff 05:48, 21 December 2007 (UTC)

December 17th

External Military: "... reporting from Molebank, I've got maybe fifty active ... they're just wandering around ... the Hippesley Building is the only building with any lights on ... the whole suburb's wrecked ... the Eglen Building is out of action ..." --WanYao 05:22, 18 December 2007 (UTC)

December 14th

External Military: "... maybe seventy in Molebank ... they're just wandering around ... only one building with lights on ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Hambidge Building has fallen ..." --LH779 02:32, 14 December 2007 (UTC)

December 12th

External Military:"... reporting from Molebank, I've got a hundred or so active ... they're just wandering around ... only one building with lights on ... it's a wasteland down there ... the Hippesley Building has fallen - repeat, the Hippesley Building has fallen ..." --Frozen Flame 05:03, 13 December 2007 (UTC)

December 10th

Every building in the suburb is ruined. Queues of up to 20 zombies are present at Shenton Crescent, Farrant Monument, and the local cemeteries. Many scattered ferals elsewhere. Small groups occupy the major resource buildings. --Wronghorn 17:47, 10 December 2007 (UTC)

December 8th

Much of the suburb lies in ruin. Mobs of zombies are present outside of most buildings. Safehouses are almost non-existent here. I would reccommend this suburb's danger color be changed to red.--Dr Doom86 10:01, 8 December 2007 (UTC)

December 7th

All resource building under seige or taken, mobs of up to 20 on streets with many smaller mobs, help needed to clear the suburb or advise to stay clear.--Breaks 22:28, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

December 6th

St Judes has also been taken, but Zombie activity appears to be small groups and single zombies in the streets in the south. Outlying areas seem to be taking care of themselves.--Breaks 20:37, 6 December 2007 (UTC)

December 5th

Another Increase in Zed activity with larger mob break-ins, Burrell Way lost last night to 15, Notable increase in PK-ing also, unsure of connection. Breaks 10:48, 5 December 2007 (GMT)

Burrell Way PD, Falvey Walk FS, Ewins Row FS, Copleston Library, derelict and Occupied by Zeds, Not sure about the Cathedral...doesn't seem to be massive numbers, just not many people doing anything about it.--Breaks 22:18, 5 December 2007 (UTC)

December 4th

The Curme NT building is under heavy siege. Most of the south western part of Molebank lies in ruin. Backup is needed to contain this threat.--Dr Doom86 21:25, 4 December 2007 (UTC)


November 29th

Smaller mobs of zombies are breaking into Burrell Way Police Department Police Department, St. Elisabeth's Hospital (Molebank), and St. Jude's Cathedral with some regularity. No significant casualties, but enough frequency to warrant concern. --Wronghorn 15:19, 29 November 2007 (UTC)

November 11th

External Military report: "... can see twenty or so on the streets of Molebank ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... can't see a single ruined building either ... power's back on at the Pankhurst Building ..." --Vandurn 23:24, 11 November 2007 (UTC)


October 30th

25.96 MHz: "... leaving Molebank, counted maybe a dozen outside ... all stragglers, no groups ... a lot of lights on, looks the area's been reclaimed ... infrastructure looks intact too ... some survivor activity in the Eglen Building ..." --External Military

October 10th

After a day long scout of the 'burb I found almost no groups of zeds. Backed by the external military I'm changing the level to safe. -- User:Thedosius 18:08, 10 October 2007

October 8th

"... streets are looking clear in Molebank ... a lot of buildings with lights on ... infrastructure looks intact ... the Hippesley Building is operational ..." --External Military

October 5th

The living population has been cordially invited to take part in Detective A Clarke's 20th Birthday. [[1]] -- Team Meat

October 3rd

The Feral Undead horde appears to have moved out of Molebank. There are some stragglers, but no major hordes of zeds remain. I'm cautiously downgrading the danger level to moderate. --Lois Millard 13:08, 3 October 2007 (BST)


September 24th

This suburb is under siege by the Feral Undead. Danger level upgraded to dangerous. The man 17:44, 24 September 2007 (BST)

September 11th

Thanks in part by המוסד למודיעין ולתפקידים מיוחדים and many other survivors, Molebank and the surrounding suburbs are returning to normal. The road to recovery is a long one. Hospitals like felix and St. Elizabeths are being rebuilt and repowered, along with NT's such as Eglen. Do not lose faith, the zombie hordes will be repelled. --Voorbier 17:23, 11 September 2007 (BST)

September 10th

Burrell Way Police Department is currently over barricaded, and should be an entry point. This importance is influenced even more so by the status of Stockley Walk Police Department, which is currently ruined. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Brill One (talkcontribs) at an unknown time.

September 7th

Yesterday, after several days of occupation in sheer defiance of the so-called Extinction Zone Effect, DHPD forces and their allies walked out of the Pankhurst Building unharmed and loaded down with the needles needed to increase their numbers. Those numbers continue to grow as the strike force becomes better supplied with each and every raid. Morale is high, as Extinction and the feral community have thus far proven unable to counter the quick movements of the survivors. This operation worked in conjunction with a fuel and equipment raid in neighboring Owsleybank, demonstrating the DHPD's ability to hit multiple targets. DHPD Fights On! -- Kenefie Station Chief Harry Likos, DHPD

September 5th

In the wake of the red wave, life is slowly returning to normal in Molebank. Buildings are being barricaded. Lights are coming on again. The queues at the revive points are being serviced. There are still a couple of hordelet sightings, but they look very tired. Dylan Mak Tyme 01:02, 6 September 2007 (BST)


August 30th

A flower has bloomed in Hanlon Park today, giving hope to the unwilling dead queued for days at this long time 10 Minutes from Hell revive point that the Extinction Wave will break and the sweet scents of life may flow again in their nostrils. Dylan Mak Tyme 17:42, 30 August 2007 (BST)

As the last guests were helping to clean up after a long and raucous party at St E's, Extinction came with the usual vandalism and violence. A pity they missed the real party. The lights are off again, for a little while. Dylan Mak Tyme 06:23, 31 August 2007 (BST)

August 28th

In the great zed bastion of Molebank today, reports are circulating that, bereft of survivor targets, the zed are eating their own! Way to rise above that bigotry towards survivors, zed!!! Keep up the good work!!! You can improve your lot if you just try!!! Dylan Mak Tyme 02:21, 29 August 2007 (BST)

August 26th

ArcAngels have left Molebank and are currently evaluating intel on Molebanks condition. As of now Holland Alley is no longer maintained as an RP (revive point). We are in negotioations with other survivor groups to consider a retake of the city. Any group interested in acting with us should contact us via our forum or directly via PM. --SgtStonez 09:43, 26 August 2007 (BST)

Today the fair town of Molebank, just four days ago a peaceful bastion of civilization in Malton, lies dark amid zombie infested ruins. No survivor resistance remains and every building is reportedly destroyed. If any residents remain in hiding they are advised to flee immediately either east to Lukinswood or directly south as everything to the north and west is a growing wasteland. --Zeug 16:06, 26 August 2007 (BST)

August 24th

Burrell has fallen. What remains of the stalwart Molebank defense remains to be seen. The dark cloud of Extinction hangs over the suburb with only one of six NTs left defended. This is not Extinction's view, this is an observable, verifiable, empirical FACT. Extinction awaits an in-game response, without which Molebank is dead, and with it the current hopes and dreams of north-west Malton. Survivors are advised to either 1) avoid the previously syringe-saturated suburb or 2) band together and retake it. --Tom Thumb 03:36, 24 August 2007 (BST)

Thanks Tom and crossing over to the Burrell PD for a live update we can see the utter devastation of a combined Extinction and RRF assault on what was an 80 strong DHPD led Molebank defense force reduced to a shambling mass of zombies in one terrifyingly sustained and brutal attack. Both the RRF Papa Murray J Suskind and Extinction Supreme Commander Dr'Brainz were allegedly involved in this outrage which if true would indicate a very disturbing alliance indeed. For Malton's sake we can only hope it does not continue. On a lighter note I can confirm that DHPD Commissioner fmrPFCBob while valiantly leading the defense did finally manage to escape the carnage with a few of his officers and is as we speak making contingency plans for the defense of Molebank. --Zeug 06:26, 24 August 2007 (BST)
While Molebank has fallen, U.B.C.S. was able to flee beforehand and has secured a passage to Fort Perryn. Plans are currently underway within both the U.B.C.S. and the Umbrella Corporation to take back Molebank for all survivors, and for those inventing plans of their own, do not fear as our plans will in no way interfere with yours. In the meantime, it is advised that all survivors of the Molebank raid flee, and all survivors still in the suburb to get out while you still can. Fort Perryn is currently prepped to be used as a safehouse so if you plan on staying out of Molebank for more than a week, I suggest heading there. A reminder to all you PKers that you are not welcomed nor authorized to use Perryn. Doing so will result in deadly force, and you will be monitored thereafter. --Agent Six

August 23rd

Eglen NT has fallen, and zombies already make their slow, inevitable way towards Pankhurst NT on the border with Owsleybank. NecroTech employees all over Malton are still in shock at the number of facilities that have dropped off their hard-wired database over the last few weeks. If the data is accurate, there remain only 6 functional NecroTech facilities in the whole of north-west Malton, with two others that are unpowered but may still be held by desperate survivors.

The destruction of Molebank at the hands of the RRF and Extinction, despite heroic resistance from the DHPD and other locals, may be the final death blow for this now truly apocalyptic quarter of Malton. The only hope is that those who still live can find a way to combat this new and terrifying level of organisation evident, paradoxically, in those who are dead. --Not Invented Here 01:34, 23 August 2007 (BST)

Pankhurst NT on the western border has also fallen to an Extinction led assault and much of the northern area of town lies in ruin through to east central Molebank and the Eglen NT. RRF forces have struck at the town's only two hospitals in the south leaving Molebank precariously close to complete collapse. Town authorities are considering updating the alert level to very dangerous as Molebank is now clearly a war zone ... unfortunately the town council seems to have either fled or been eaten and no one can find a spokesperson. --Zeug 14:43, 23 August 2007 (BST)

The suburb of Molebank is far from lost with a whopping 90 survivors holding Burrell Way PD. With this many remaining it is assured that the NT's will be easily retaken once Extinction and friends move on. --DonTickles 15:02, 23 August 2007 (BST)

Unfortunately for Molebank residents given its past history it is not in the nature of the rather virulent Extinction variant of the Malton zombie virus to "move on". These zombies attack NT's in order to starve any organized survivor resistance of their primary offensive potential, which is the ability to supply freshly revived troops. The defenders in Burrell Way PD should prepare for an imminent assault and a last ditch defense if they want to save Molebank, and may the gods be with them. --Zeug 16:31, 23 August 2007 (BST)

Though things in northern Molebank are looking bleak and combined assaults by Extinction and the RRF have pushed survivor groups in Molebank back to their last lines; the concentration of survivors remains high in the southern and central areas of this suburb. Both sides are primed for combat, and a large battle is imminent. Newbie survivors are advised to avoid the area as the situation here continues to deteriorate. --Marty Banks (aka. Mundane) <DHPD> 17:00, 23 August 2007 (BST)

Burrell Way PD is now under attack. Both sides are fighting viciously, with barricades going up and down all through out. The most recent report, from half an hour ago, seven zombies from various groups were inside and the barricades were down. In other news, my survivor alt opted to not stay and watch. --Mordac the Refuser 17:09, 23 August 2007 (BST)

Burrell Way PD is now overrun with 52 zombies inside. With only 27 defenders left alive, the fall of this stronghold is inevitable. --Dr Doom86 21:31, 23 August 2007 (BST)

August 22nd

More Extinction (RRF's here already) are heading to the Molebank. Aid is requested. The Hippsley buidling is their target at the moment, it wont probably last until tomorrow. If they are less NT's standing in Molebank, it might be hard for us to get a revive -- seulyakuza

Hippesley NT is now ruined. --Cloud6272
The fallout from LUE's lightning raid on Caiger Mall continues to cascade southwards as a mass of feral zombies moves into northern Molebank attracted by the groans of highly organized Extinction and RRF zombie assault squads and the terrible screams of the living soon to be undead. The DHPD led frontline defense of Cottam PD just over the town's northern border in West Becktown has collapsed and all three of Molebank's northern NT's are now ruined with heavy loss of life. Residents are requested to stock up on revive needles, ammunition and FAK's while they are still readily available in south Molebank and head immediately to help defend Eglen NT or flee for their lives. --Zeug 19:35, 22 August 2007 (BST)

August 21st

Extinction is in the area, y'all, heads up. They're currently aiming for the Hambidge building. When in doubt, they attack the NT's. Nalikill 19:31, 21 August 2007 (BST)

August 20th

There are unorganized groups of Zeds scattered all over Molebank. Eglen NT is back in Human hands thanks to the coordinated attack of the ArcAngels and the GSG9. Around Eglen NT are about 25-30 Zeds.

Holland Alley(ArcAngels RP) is still maintained as a Revive Point though in cause of the latest fall of EglenNT there is need to restock so revives could take up to 48hours. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please stick to the barricading plan shown below, since it is very cumbersome to de-barricade overcaded buildings! And it kills people w/o free running! --SgtStonez 15:31, 20 August 2007 (BST)

August 17th

The zombies are really taking things up a notch. Every day at least 5 single zombies will break into buildings with varied results. The resident group 10 Minutes From Hell is still making a great effort to annihilate all zombies, and they do pretty well. --Joshua Matthews 21:22, 17 August 2007 (BST) Joshua Matthews

August 10th

Increased zed activity in the southeast corner of the suburb in the area surrounding the 2 hospitals. Groups of 15 or more zeds were observed breaking into Felix General for the past 3 nights. --Lois Millard 16:29, 10 August 2007 (BST)

Don't worry, they've been doing that for half a month now. Great for XP flow especially when you're barricaded in around that particular area.  ;D --Agent Six

August 8th

Barricade at Bamphyld Arms too high. Generator needs refuelling. --Spinoza013 17:23, 8 August 2007 (BST)

August 7th

All the fire stations are overbarricaded. Per the Uniform Barricading Policy (that this page says applies to this suburb) they should be at VSB++ so they can be entryways, and most are at HB or EHB right now. Please don't do that. -- TommyVee

Although the vast majority of Molebank is secure, some small groups of zombies are pushing in from the south-east and are currently attacking Felix General Hospital and St. Elisabeth's Hospital. As these are the only hospitals in Molebank, their falling into zombie hands would greatly degrade the safety of Molebank. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 18:24, 7 August 2007 (BST)
St. Elisabeth's Hospital has been retaken by local survivors, while Felix General Hospital is still in zombie hands with over 15 zeds inside. --Banana reads Scoundrell for all of Yesterday's News, Today! 02:36, 8 August 2007 (BST)

August 2nd

Molebank seems to be clear of zeds except for 1 or 2 every now and then. I think we can downgrade the status to Safe. --"Agent Six"


July 31st

Molebank appears to be slowly recovering from zombie invasion, some positions better then others. However, it is still recommended that any inexperienced survivors remain in buildings that offer useful supplies with the barricades kept at VSB++ or EHB to maintain optimal safety. Groups positioned in the Burrell Way Police Department are attempting to form groups to move out of Molebank and offer assistance to even more dangerous zones nearby, as well as move to restore and fortify Richmond Hills. Any well-armed and experienced survivors are encouraged to either fight back and defend Molebank, or move to where their services are needed to repel the growing hordes. Any survivors who are unable to help combat the infestation, it is recommended you quickly move Southeast to Lerwill Heights, where you can learn to fight back in a much less dangerous environment. --Signed, Harmonixer

July 28th

It seems the southern part of Molebank is under heavy siege by zombies. St. Elizabeth Hospital is apparently the center of the attack, although zombie forces are moving northwest slowly. All survivors are advised to get off the street and barricade buildings to VSB+ or EHB. Paramilitary units including U.B.C.S. are currently investigating the sudden horde, as well as trying to sweep them back. Please stay indoors or head north unless you absolutely know what you are doing. --Signed "Agent Six"


June 26th

After aiding various factions in an attempt of liberating the mall in Havercroft, the ArcAngels have regrouped in Molebank. We currently hope to reside in Cape Towers if this is ok with other inhabiting clans of the area. Allies (Living and breathing) are welcomed as our goal is to secure areas, act as temporary healing and revivification points and act as a steel front to the undead hordes. Please leave messages on our wiki homepage ArcAngels - Captain Ash Stone Lord of the ArcAngels

June 17th

The Umbrella Corporation conducted "Operation Ghost Buster" with US Army Infantry, U.B.C.S, and many other survivor groups aimed at assisting the current survivors in Molebank and return the suburb to a state of safety.

Umbrella has left a detachment to remain in Molebank to ensure that the suburb doesn't fall back into Zombie hands.

All Objectives of "Operation Ghost Buster" were met and Molebank is now safe. Umbrella Corp. would like to thank all humans in the suburb for their help.-Umbrella President(airborne88) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Umbrella President (talkcontribs) at an unknown time.


May 24th

If you haven't noticed the NMC took two lovely NT's in the north of suburb. They are lit and cranking out drugs.

Well Done Malton Rangers and Ghetto Cow --Sexualharrison MR ה TStarofdavid2.png Boobs.gif 00:59, 25 May 2007 (BST)

Not just them :) Nalikill 23:31, 25 May 2007 (BST)
Learn How to indent! fine, good job everybody.--Sexualharrison MR ה TStarofdavid2.png Boobs.gif 16:30, 26 May 2007 (BST)

May 15th

Word on the street is that Ghetto Cow is movin' in. --Pyrranha 20:27, 15 May 2007 (BST)


April 27th

Situation remains unchanged, but any efforts to establish a foothold in the suburb have met with overnight slaughter so far. Suspicion of active zeds, hiding throughout the suburb with human sympathizers scouting. --Glark 14:38, 27 April 2007 (EST)

April 17th

Situation remains unchanged. --Tekka Maki 17:56, 17 April 2007 (BST)

April 7th

No barricades, no survivors, no groans, no detectable activity. Any group presence is probably historical. When traveling through this area, make sure you have enough AP to make it across the wasteland, there is no safe haven here! --Tekka Maki 22:35, 7 April 2007 (BST)


March 28th

Thw situation is critical, avoid Molebank, zombies numbers are high, but hidden and spread out. Nearly 10 people have already died in the past 3 hours. --Cap'n'cupcake 04:00, 29 March 2007 (BST)

March 27th

I just came for a stroll around this place... Ghost Town is certainly the right description. Barricaded buildings are few and far between, and the zombie groups are small and restful. Very boring --Platinum Assassin 05:52, 27 March 2007 (BST)


February 10th

The Loose Cannons and the Cannonball Crew have begun operations in this suburb. Their mission is to curb the zombie violence and restore order.


January 26th

The Pankhurst Building met with regretable losses after a fevered assault by zombies with a strange glint in their eye. It's believed The Fever, heard about only in hushed tones, has finally spread to Molebank with a devestating result. Where to next?



December 27th

Changeable little tikes, arn't they? Zombie numbers in the area are increasing signifigantly, suspected to be spillover from the neighboring three red zone neighborhoods. There is still a heavy problem with overbarracading, so be sure to keep some spare AP so you can hunt for entry points if you are moving into a different section of the city. Operating without free running is out of the question in this neighborhood. Status of revive point lines unknown at this time. Happy hunting! CatEar Alucard 17:10, 27 December 2006 (UTC)

December 16th

Zombie threat low, but for heaven's sake, STOP OVERBARRACADING! Our efforts to hold the town are for naught if we can't find safety. I'm going to start cracking some buildings myself if some of you guys don't stop it. CatEar Alucard 03:49, 17 December 2006 (UTC)

December 11th

Zombie menace is down to a minimum. While most is overbarricaded there still remain some good entry points on the southern half of the suburb. DARF has restarted activity in the suburb and is assissting KoSJ with the revive lines, now almost non-existant at Farrant. All in all things are looking up.Jack Keller 17:10, 11 December 2006 (EST)

December 8th

Zombie menace is under better control, and revive lines are shorter. However, area is over-barracaded and difficult to operate in, even with free-running due to lack of entry points. Zombies still walk the streets in moderate numbers. Good luck out there. CatEar Alucard 21:07, 8 December 2006 (UTC)


November 18th

MDD Leader BlackZilla1 cleared St.Judes of zombies and repaired all building damage. The NE and SW corners are VSB, the NW corner EHB, and the SE corner at HB. BlackZilla1

November 14th

Area is heavily under siege, and revive lines are long. Occasionally survivors manage to take back a resource building, but usually it lasts for only about 2-3 days before the zombies crack it. Area is moderately unsafe, with anywhere between 50-100 zombies in total in suburb. Power grid is non-exsistant.


October 20th

Small group known as Army of the Dead continues rampaging in area.

October 18th

Rumored that Felix General Hospital and St. Elizabeth Hospital have been taken by zeds. 18 reported. Zombie infiltrated Burrell Way Police Department and killed a man, destroying the generator in the process. Zombie was killed, and station still held by at least 50 survivors when I left.

October 12th

Zombie activity and attacks seem to be increasing daily. Burrell Way Police Department (14,44) is under repeated attack, and Felix General Hospital has been stormed and many survivors massacred. Most remaining survivors have fled rather than fight, and at last check the hospital was still under zombie control. Many small groups of 5-6 zeds in southeast Molebank. Cemetary appears to be the safest and most-frequented revive point.

Felix General Hospital is now clear of zombies. The building is QSB. Slider Striker 18:16, 12 October 2006 (BST)

October 10th

Be advised there have been multiple zombie attacks on the Burrell Way Police Department (14,44). Station still held by survivors, casualties unknown. 1748 EST


September 21st

Be advised there are multiple zed break-ins including Eglen Building (17,44) and Sorton Way Fire Station (17,45). Take all necessary precautions.

September 20th

A Disturbing trend of anti-DHPD graffiti has spread throughout Roywood. False statements such as " 'x' is for DHPD only" or "Join the DHPD or die" have appeared on many buildings recently. It is not known who is spraying this graffiti, but one thing is for sure, It is NOT DHPD personnel.

September 6th

There appears to be a zombie raid in progress in the suburb. Known targets are the Felix General Hospital (18,47) and Burrell Way Police Department (14,44). Zombies have broken in (in small numbers) and destroyed generators. While it may seem a minor threat, there is still danger. It is unknown what zombie group, if any, is behind this. All help given to living victims is welcomed. Please do not revive standing zombies that are outside of resurection points, and DO NOT use reviving as a weapon. Once resurected, the former zombie may continue to aid its horde.


August 17th

The DHPD issues the following release by blanketing the area with grafitti tickertape, direct mailings, and at least one helecopter flying overhead: There have been numerous issues brought to our attention and would like to address them now. First, ALL survivors are welcome in the DMZ and specifically Dunell Hills, graffiti that indicates otherwise is griefing from an unknown source. Second, officers of the DHPD do NOT kill other survivors without warrant, if you have been killed by someone claiming to be DHPD, please contact us with the profile and register with our Science department for a revive. Third, if we set up a precinct in a PD it is not an attempt to claim territory or displace an existing groups claim, rather the precinct chief is to act as an envoy so that we may assist survivors near said P.D. We will follow the guidelines of an existing group’s mandate, unless it directly conflicts with the majority of survivors in the area. We recognize that conflicts will arise but hope that they can be resolved without the need to open fire upon one another. Signed: DHPD Command Staff.

August 4th

Revival teams of the DHPD and other survivor groups revive as many as 15 awaiting revival at BWPD. Since this PD (and the surrounding environs) has been the site of considerable controversy, the DHPD in its limited authority has for all intents and purposes informed Malton survivors to search out other revive points. It is still to be determined whether or not NARC is/was responsible for the considerable amount of graffiti leading revive seeking survivors to the station only to wait for revives that were infrequent at best.

August 3rd

The Burell Way Police Department Revive Point is considered to be a trap by the DHPD. They claim it has been "closed" and ask that you use another Revive Point. NARC claims that they are continuing to maintain the site, but asks that you not use it if you are not comfortable with it.

August 2nd

The Dunell Hills PD is concluding a mission to clear this revive point. On 02 August a small team operating from the Austwick Museum began reviving those waiting in and outside of the building. Burrel Way Police Department is now emptied of revivees, repaired, and barricaded. Survivors are encouraged to move Northwest to Dunell Hills for safety. DHPD-PRC FmrPFCBob 22:23, 3 August 2006 (BST)

August 1st

NARC statement prior to 1 aug: There is one revive point in Molebank, located at Burrell Way Police Department. It is operated by the New Arkham Revive Club who monitors for "Mrh?"s and honors revive requests placed at NARC's request board.


May 11th

Constant PKing of members of the KoSJ and MCV as well as the respraying of the Farrant Monument as a "headshot zone" points to co-ordinated attempts to undermine the efforts of local survivors by an unknown group .

May 9th

The friction between NARC and MCV/KoSJ has not been resolved and promises to only deepen as MCV/KoSJ are attempting to lift a perceived seige at BWPD by killing zombies both inside and outside the building and re-tagging BWPD to remove all indications of a revive spot at that location. NARC will continue the revive point while respecting the revive points in the rest of the Molebank.

May 4th

A decent amount of friction has developed between a NARC and MCV/KoSJ due to the designation of BWPD as a revive point. It appears that the disagreement is just short of open conflict at this point as multiple groups are re-tagging in an effort to designate/undesignate various revive points.

May 1st

The KoSJ have returned from a pilgrimage to the area. 100% chance of raining zombie limbs. --Cdrwcry 17:16, 2 May 2006 (BST)


March 28th

those operating in the Molebank area are advised to seek other areas of shelter or stay away altogether. A lack of human effort, and additionally a lack of manpower, including the new revivification rules, has led to the suburb overflowing with zombies. It is recommended that you steer clear of Molebank. Captain Timmins 09:54, 29 March 2006 (BST)

March 1st

West Becktown becomes part of the DMZ as officers from the Dunell Hills Police Department begin regular patrols in the suburb.


January 24-27th

was a notable time for the recent rise of zombies in Molebank, surging in a minor siege at St. Elisabeth's Hospital (Molebank). The horde was repelled bravely by a mixed militia of survivors, Hospital Staff, and the The Kronstadt Sailors, but eventually the ardent defenders were repelled, and the hospital overcome. Perhaps this is the heralding of darker times for recently peaceful Molebank?

New Year

The bugle calls are being answered. PLEB, MFD, MPD, The Sebright Union as well as the local militias, and brave Molebank individuals normally resident in the area have regrouped and are fighting back. The PD and a number of fire stations has been secured and the hospitals are currently the scene of a fierce battle. Barricades that have been smashed are rebuilt. Shotguns and teeth, pistols and claws appear to to be being exchanged in rapid succession. Fire axes are also glistening with zombie blood.The revive queues appear to be slowly dwindling as the concept of pay it forward gains ground. --Celt Mac Ireann 07:41, 3 Jan 2006 (GMT)



December 25th - Christmas Day

Tales of woe, as well as numerous distant groans, have echoed throughout the suburb. Women - children, brothers - sisters, fathers - mothers, all, all have been rent, screaming, from the arms of their loved ones. The Minions of the Apocalypse have continued to rape and plunder seemingly at will and have been helped by a supporting cast of the Church of the Resurrection. They have proclaimed their aim as establishing a second zombie controlled suburb within Malton. Bugle cries have gone out far and wide. A cohort of valiant defenders have remained, encircled in the last remaining wagons - accepting a Thermopylaesque fate, while refugees that have fled to neighbouring suburbs await a reply that may or may not come.--Celt Mac Ireann 15:46, 25 Dec 2005 (GMT)

December 23rd

new group S.O.R begins to help in the fight against the zombie horde. the group currently has 3 people and is looking for more people visit www.freewebs.com/estradaprice for some more information. Anyone that knows how to add groups names to the list on the right side of the page that can add it. This would be greatly appreiciated

December 21st

14 Zombies infected all the survivours. Barricades are being raised and bodies dumped. A general alert has been called for all survivours to see off this threat. It is expected that a section of the group will move on to the hospitals soon and then Stockly PD. For a fuller account, see the MCV group page--Celt Mac Ireann 06:19, 21 Dec 2005 (GMT)

December 16th

A mob of 20-odd Zombies from the Minions of the Apocalypse descended on the Hippseley building after laying waste to Cottan Way PD in West Becktown in Greater Becktown. 2 hours after the alert was raised, all the zombies lay dead on the footpath. They have since moved on to Owsleybank where members of the MCV are attempting to discourage them from staying in the vacinity. --Celt Mac Ireann 18:56, 19 Dec 2005 (GMT)

The hospital and PD fell in Owsleybank very quickly. Personnel should look to future incursion very soon.--Celt Mac Ireann 20:46, 19 Dec 2005 (GMT)

December 14th

Significant zombie activity outside Molebank's Stockley Walk PD (very close to St. Jude's cathedral)--the barricades have been destroyed and some shambling intruders have entered the bldg. Up to 20 survivors appear to be at risk.

December 7th

The PLEB have reported CotR attacks in the NW quadrant of East Becktown. All residents of Molebank are therefore warned that the long awaited CotR Operation: Via Dolorosa seems to be underway.--Celt Mac Ireann 04:09, 7 Dec 2005 (GMT)


November 20th

The efforts of the Molebank Citizen Volunteers have been paying off so far. Most zombie activity is centralized at Caiger mall at current time, so the only active zombies in the suburb are ferals. Some overbarricading has occured at key locations such as the police stations so please remind those you meet not to overbarricade.

November 12th

Things are definitely heating up. A lot more zombie activity in the area. It seems that the double pronged RRF push on the PLEB has led to an overspill into Molebank. A lot of refugees are also arriving. This is to be welcomed but unfortunately in their understandable fear of what they have just fled, they appear to be raising all barricades to extremely heavy. We would like to remind our guests that resource buildings are to be left at very strong so that those without free running may enter. It is counter productive to barricade to EH as new players are often left on the street and lower level players can't get ammo or FAK. DO NOT OVERBARRICADE RESOURCE BUILDINGS.

November 6th

Numbers of the undead appearing in the SE quadrant of the suburb have started to increase. They seem particularly interested in the brains of medics having tried numerous times to enter the hospitals. A sharp skirmish around St. Elizabeth's Hospital left over 40 zombies and humans dead, but the survivors were left in possession of the hospital.

November 3rd

It has been confirmed that a new survivor group, the Molebank Citizen Volunteers has been mobilized to counter the present wave of zombie incursions.

November 2nd

Reports are arriving of sizeable zombie mobs on the border of Lukinswood and Molebank. While lone zombies have managed to stray inside the suburb, before being humanely put down by a bullet to the back of the head, the amassing mobs have, at present, been kept at bay by the valiant efforts of Molebank volunteers. All survivor gathering points have been warned and efforts are being made to stockpile ammo and 1st aid kits in the event of the planned CotR attack. Though it may be some time away.

November 1st

The shadow of the Church of the Resurrection falls again on Molebank. Details regarding any actual attack on St Jude's Cathedral are lacking at present, and will be added as and when information becomes available. The exact role played by the PLEB and or the Emerald Guard in this invasion is not yet known.


October 24th

The Church of the Resurrection have declared their intention to occupy the 13th century Gothic St Jude's Cathedral in Molebank. Residents have therefore been advised to make preparations for the arrival of a large zombie horde. See Operation Tumbleweed, maintained by PLEB, for details and intelligence updates.

October 16th

An attacking zombie horde made several attempts to clear out all survivors holed up in the suburb of Molebank. Unfortunately for the attacking horde, it was later discovered that the horde had no connections to the Church of the Resurrection the invasion attempt was seemingly ill-coordinated and numerous failed attacks were carried out on Hospitals, Fire Stations and Police Stations - resulting in numerous zombie terminations.

The disorganized survivors in Molebank, (amongst them, whiskey drinking, multiple shotgun-toting firefighters & ex-cops) were able to sucessfully fend off the zombie incursion, and zombie activity in this surburb was once again reduced in the days following the invasion.

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