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August 26, 2007: Revive Point Proposed: Please go to the Talk page to discuss the potential use of this location as a revive point under the RESCUE! proposal. --Morgan Blair 14:26, 26 August 2007 (BST)

July 13, 2007: Just killed and dumped the last two zeds but I'm sure there will be more. If anyone would like to give me a hand taking care of the place I'd appreciate it. --Issachar 13:44, 13 July 2007 (EDT)

July 10, 2007: All squares but the SE are open. The place has been totally ransacked. Only five zeds still hanging around. Still wondering what's going on outside . . . --Issachar 00:50, 10 July 2007 (EDT)

July 8, 2007: Woke up to find myself infected. The NE corner is open and there are two zeds. I attacked one, a 60HPer, and got him down to 12. SW is at VSB and there are two more there, one of whom I attacked and was also at 60HP. Anybody know what's going on outside? Mitchem's page hasn't been updated for days. --Issachar 15:46, 8 July 2007 (EDT)

July 3, 2007: Just went for a stroll and found the area crawling. One to three zeds all around the cathedral and seven hanging out in Blobole Park (on the Pegton side) with a smaller but growing concentration on Goodford Rd Police Dept. Looks like this is part of a migration toward Mitchem. Keep everything up to EHB and can someone toughen up the cades at Goodford? If things get swamped, I say head to Mitchem and ACTUALLY FIGHT. Don't let Ackland happen again! --Issachar 1:55, 3 July 2007 (EDT)

June 29, 2007: The cathedral is being refitted for the Batwing Brigade's club night, sceduled for the night between monday July 2nd and tuesday July 3rd. Come hear us, and then go out and watch the fireworks! --Penny Black 16:24, 29 June 2007 (BST)

April 8, 2007: St. John's has been empty for several weeks. If anyone wishes to help defend St. John's they will be more than welcome. Survivors are implored to freerun into the church, and not tear down barricades to VS.

August 1, 2006: The Sons of Abraham have arrived at St. John's and has yet a few more en route. Some members are inside, others are in the surrounding buildings. The MAIM Socity and Vatican Section XIII are nowhere to be seen. Update: There are multiple zombies within the church, and many more in the surrounding area. The revive point may have a few brain rotters. A sentry in an adjacent museum is near death, and possibly dead. Only one survivor remains within the Cathedral. Any assistance available would be greatly appreciated. Updated Update: All survivors within the immediate area have been killed.

May 14, 2006: St. John's has been cleared of zombies, and the M.A.I.M. Society and Vatican Section XIII have took up residence in or near the area.

March 23 2006: St. John's and all surrounding resource buildings have been cleared of survivors. Church of the Resurrection spreads out in search of food and converts.

March 21 2006: The Church held their first evening mass. It was lovely, and the bra!nz were succulent.

March 20, 2006: The Church of the Resurrection has officially arrived. Church officials have started to pamphlet the surrounding area with the messages of the love of Sweet Zombie Jesus and are bemused that the heretics within are resisting salvation.

March 17, 2006: On the 17th of March, the survivors, considerably reinforced by members of the Disgruntled Heroes, waited for the Church to arrive.

March 15, 2006: On the 15th of March, St. John's cathedral was seized by The M.A.I.M. Society, who began the process of restoring any items of significance that had been damaged in the zombie outbreak. Only a day later, they discovered that the Church of the Resurrection was headed to Vinetown. The Church had declared that on the 17th of March, it would pass through Gulsonside and into Vinetown and that they would stop at St. John's cathedral. MAIM and the few other survivors hiding inside the cathedral began stockpiling supplies and took the word to the nearby Mitchem Mall in the hopes of gaining more survivors to protect the cathedral.

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