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A Fond Farewell... you rotten bastards

Uncle! After what... about a year fighting/feeding your horde, Tikhon Medical is withdrawing its personnel from Fabian Hospital in Shuttlebank. And we're taking our cheesy poofs with us. Our numbers are smaller these days, so we're pulling back to re-gaggle with the rest of our people in Ruddlebank. You've been some of the most vicious and entertaining foes we've faced, EF and ZRO!. I know we never had more than 5 or 6 people in Shuttlebank, but still - nothing we did worked. Good show, and perhaps we'll take a vacation up here sometime and moon the ever-loving snot out of ya. - Uncle Elbert 21:43, 15 August 2008 (BST)

Pics or it didn't happen

Just because your group is located in eastonwood, this does not automatically make that suburb red. You need to realise this. You have continued to revert it from ghost town to Very dangerous without reason. Either you give a reason as to why its very dangerous or give us some sort of proof or please refrain from editing the danger level. The man 18:19, 6 May 2008 (BST)

I agree with the above, I've been to Eastonwood, its not dangerous by any means, just because everything is ruined that does not make it dangerous. BenderWaW 10:22, 8 May 2008 (BST)
Ghost Town At least 2/3rds of the suburb's buildings either Empty of Survivors or Ransacked/Ruined AND having no zombie mobs of over 10 and no total zombies over 60
Assuming there are more than 10 members of EF in Eastonwood, that eliminates it from the "Ghost Town" category.
Very Dangerous Most buildings wide open or zombie-infested; OR hostile zombie mobs of 150+
If most of the buildings are ruined, that DOES qualify it for the Very Dangerous category.
Boolian logic, gotta love it, eh? SIM Core Map.png Swiers 18:29, 8 May 2008 (BST)
Not really Swiers if it meets both criteria for a ghost town it trumps the first criteria for VD, as is the case with any other danger level Ghost Town has higher priority in terms of selection, but I'm willing to take a leap and say it is definitely red there's just a lot of traffic back and forth between Eastonwood and Yagoton unless things have changed drastically in the last week or two.--Karekmaps?! 18:45, 8 May 2008 (BST)
if it meets both criteria for a ghost town it trumps the first criteria for VD - My point was, its does NOT meet both those criteria, assuming there are 10+ members of EF in Eastonwood. Unless "zombie mob" can not mean "group presence" and means only "collection standing in one location"? In that case, scent death could easily confirm the absence of 10+ zombies in one location for many suburbs. Even the RRF rarely packs 10 zombies into one location in their territory, unless they are reclaiming Blackmore. SIM Core Map.png Swiers 19:00, 8 May 2008 (BST)
If Eastonwood is a ghost town you should try and sleep there, because it should be fairly safe if it's a ghost town.....--Nogginbasher 23:26, 9 May 2008 (BST)
Ghost towns can be very unsafe. They might have up to 60 zombies in them and nothing but ruined buildings. The only thing that sets a subrurb with 55 zombirs and nothing but ruins in the "Ghost Town" vs "Very Dangerous" category is that "no zombie mobs of over 10" clause. IMO the crux of the debate here is - what does "mob of over 10" mean? For example, Militant Order of Barhah often has less than 10 zombies outside building they attack, because the rest of the 30+ attackrs are dead bodies... but that doesn't make them any less dangerous! SIM Core Map.png Swiers 23:59, 9 May 2008 (BST)

Invitation for dinner at Fort Perryn

Dear friends, i'm proud to invite you to the feast, we, ferals, are going to have there in next few weeks. Also, many major survivour groups are invited too, so siege promises to be not only tasty but also challenging.

Happy Anniversary EF!

Tikhon Medical wishes you well on year number 3! Our Tikhon North personnel have enjoyed the challenge of trying to survive on your doorstep. I've had more success surviving in Ridleybank. Don't be shy about dropping by for a checkup once in a while. - Uncle Elbert 18:25, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

Big Bash Communication

I haven't been able to get a hold of Brainzombie via email for a while now, I can see some of you guys are still in Pitneybank with the rest of the Bash and I'd like to be able to coordinate better. Could you send someone as a representative to We have a private forum for the Bash now so pm me there and I'll give you access. Thanks!--DonTickles 15:45, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

Red Rum vs. Darvall Heights NT Buildings and Caiger

Hello, zambahz! It's your tasty harman brethren over at Red Rum here. Just noticed (from your damn nice break in) we're very much working to the same aims- wreck and ruin Caiger's NTs, followed by harmanz for brunch. Through a fairly concerted effort and some friendly chaps, we've had 3 of them ruined + caded a good proportion of this last couple of weeks, would you care for a bit of a waltz? Now that the NTs are wrecked we're shifting into the next phase of our Caiger Crusade. I've sent some witterings off to your email- it's going to be very pretty indeed. --Karloth Vois RR 20:30, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

Heh, that was an absolute charm- we'll have to work with you chaps again some time. Thanks for a lovely stay. --Karloth Vois RR 23:53, 4 December 2007 (UTC)

The Second Big Bash

In a show of support for The Second Big Bash, I have created a infobox template for display on Group and User pages. Here is a copy of it, for use on your group's page:

Brainz.gif The Second Big Bash!
This User or Group is a member of The Second Big Bash, and will be coming to your neighborhood soon! Please have lots of fresh brains ready when they arrive with all their friends.


Thanks! And enjoy some yummy brains!      Ekashp wuz here (aht harman bra!nz!)        22:54, 4 October 2007 (BST)

Outreach From the RRF

Hey, how do I get a hold of you guys so I can pass along some secure info? I haven't seen any response to a similar post I made on your forum. I'd up and tell you, but this ain't the kind of thing that should be posted publicly. Barhah! -- Murray Jay Suskind 15:31, 13 August 2007 (BST)

for intel stuff and general confidential correspondence send a mail to --Demolition 18:24, 13 August 2007 (BST)

Club Vagg vip status

The Imagine organization has taken up the management of Malton's premier lesbian nightclub, Club Vagg. This club has a history of putting counter-culture groups on its VIP list (regardless of gender) and the Imagine organization (always a supporter of the counter-culture) is happy to say we have extended VIP status at "The Vagg" to your group. AWESOME! PARTY!!! --Demolition 18:24, 13 August 2007 (BST)

United Zombies of Malton

Would the Eastonwood Ferals be interested in being added to a Zombie Portal and Info Kiosk to aid in group recruitment and intergroup communications? It would involve no political allegiances beyond what you're already doing while providing one port of call for new players to find out what you're up to. You get a custom browser with links to your wiki and forums, IRC chat and an in-game shoutbox ... no strings attached. --Zeug 21:24, 2 June 2007 (BST)

proposing it on the forums now. I like it :) --Foxfire 22:30, 3 June 2007 (BST)
Even though some of us are still unsure what we are looking at, Thank you ;) keep up the good work zmobbiedom needs you.--Foxfire 00:54, 9 June 2007 (BST)

Zombie tactic grey area?

During this evening's Whatmore siege, one of your members, Mei Mei apparently died from infection inside the NT, immediatly stood up and started attacking me. Dying from infection isn't something that happens randomly, so I ask: How does the EF in general feel about this sort of tactic? Is it acceptable? Just wondering what to expect in the future. Personally I feel it enters a gray area in tactics with regard to separating survivor and zombie activity. Can I expect EF members to arrive inside buildings in revivified form, die and stand up as zombies? For d 22:22, 2 May 2007 (BST)

For d its a technique called parachuting [[1]] and is used by some zombie groups, is it fun to deal with not really but it is a valid tactique much like one of us going outside attacking getting killed and then standing and attacking again it really can work both ways you just never really see survivors doing it. Jleggitt 22:54, 2 May 2007 (BST)

WOW another DEM "the ethics of war thread". I see DEM members in zombie form taken down the HP of zombies in buildings preparing them for a headshot by another DEM character or simply another character, I see DEM members simply ZKing Zombies in buildings preparing it for barricading, I see DEM members insult zombies by spray-painting the unfunniest slogans or in P2P action (just look the Hall of Shame), I see DEM members combat reviving and suspect some of the DEM members using their ALTs in a very grayish tactical way and spying on our forum. You and Davinos have a strict sense of honour it seems, but are not complaining if allies or your own comrades using "gray tactics". Welcome in 2007 for d, complaining about Death Cultist tactics and PKing is so early 2006 and a very old subject by now. And what’s your problem with one of us attacking you at Whatmore? The usually revive time is 5 minutes and less there. Play a month on the zombie side against organized survivors, join us for only one month and fight against your buddies and allies and then come back and we talk again about gray tactics. --CannibalX 23:51, 2 May 2007 (BST)

PS we don't revive our members on purpose, if someone is revived it was by combat revive. Go to your crew and teach them it’s bad to combat revive dedicated zombies.

Looking from a perspective of us stating several times on our wiki and have been widely known for advocating the career zombie aproach to the game I don't really see your question. The EC, which the DEM is a member of, condones ZK as good way of helping out survivors even beyond death which is the same tactic only in reverse. Apart from that, the outcome of combat revives should be clear to all organized survivors by now. I for one am infected and carry a few shotguns in case I get revived I conduct mayhem until I die from my condition and then just continue as a zombie. It saves valuable AP and I don't see why I have to suffer AP loss in every way by being revived against my will. --Foxfire 00:49, 3 May 2007 (BST)
As for combat revives, I am quite sure our MFU revivers don't do that. Those I've seen in the NW have had their head secured on their bodies. Well, except when you rip them off. I realize that you aren't prepared to inform me when a DEM member combat revives one of you, but can you confirm that this has in fact happened? And happened repeatedly. The reason for my suprise is that we teach all Academy cadets this from the get go, and most of our members who have dealt with you are veterans. As for being attacked at Whatmore I don't complain, it was just a description of events. As for ZKing and droping dead, that's a valid point and a difficult issue. We've had a discussion going on about that. Many feel it belongs in their RP domain, that when they rise as zombies, they retain a hint of knowledge (memories of life), or have anger against someone who just hurt them. One group which worked closely with the DEM did in fact use ZKing as a strategy for a while, a practice I don't condone personally. It's important to not equate the DEM with it's allies, however, people have different approaches to the game. It has happened with DEM members, but not in an organized way. While I understand PKing in human form, that those who have been zombified for as long as you have will be somewhat insanse as humans, I still feel that calculating AP usage, moving into a building with a plan to die is borderline. It's Shacknews, who wanted to break the game. Your point about not ranting over death cultist strategies, that's it's so 2006, I feel is misplaced. It must be allowed to raise the argument. The fun of this game will be reduced a lot if there is nothing separating zombies from survivors. If an opponent "cheats", it does not legitimize you cheating back. I have seen players do that out of frustration though. I don't like it, but it happens. I mean, come on, we had some 150 survivors inside Whatmore, you had some 100 zombies outside. You had the cades nearly down on two occasions. Was that tactic necessary? A hypothetical question: If DEM didn't ZK, would you still "drop dead"? As for playing the zombie side, I really think that's a moot point. I've tried it, and I don't feel it's nearly as challenging as being a survivor. Come on, when your forces were gathered in Eastonwood you steamrolled us. As for forum spies I will state this (in a non-Bill Clinton way): The DEM does not employ spies or organize spying on any EF forums. I cannot guarantee that individual members do not engage in such practices, but if discovered that would be treated severely. And this is not just official speak, I truly, truly loathe such a practice. And I would truly, truly loathe it if the EF were engaged in similar practices. I believe there is one legitimate exception to this rule, and that is publicly available forum discussions, wherever they may be. About bad language I see -three- instances of that, and I believe you caught Mr. damage and Ms Blackmoor on some really bad days. We've exchanged so much friendly banter over the last couple of years, I really don't feel that DEM members deserves any sort of negative reputation with regard to that. For d 09:10, 3 May 2007 (BST)
Sorry for d, that one of us killed you by parachuting but thats what happens if someone is being revived at random. Also dont make a fuss, it happened once for how long? If this happens every day or week we may have a word. I think Mei Mei was just trying to inform the whatmoreians to not revive at random with you as multiplicator. I dont think this is worth another round of blabla. If we got revived any member based on his own morals and conschiousness may make mayhem in survivor form. Just get the unorganized personell straight in the NT's. I could do worse and give the whole north a death rattle broadcast next time being revived, you dont want that to happen do you ;P? Since i am bound to my character i will not purchase brainrot to stop being revived^^. --Zawa o' Draugr 22:10, 7 May 2007 (BST)

Coutts Nt Breakin - 28 April 07

Hope fysh doesnt mind a little lead poisoning? Makazaru 16:16, 27 April 2007 (BST)

Do you know how Trenchcoat that sound? Lead Poisining??? How original. Go ahead and say BOOM! HEADSHOT!!! New rule of posting on the EF talkpage, you have to be at least 16 years old. --CannibalX 18:19, 27 April 2007 (BST)

Dulston Destruction Tour

As you are already in the area, how about you EF brathars hop on board? It´s gonna get crowded in there quite soon =D FreakyM 06:58, 24 April 2007 (BST)

sure we have just been waiting for ya :D --Foxfire 18:32, 26 April 2007 (BST)

Vote Murray Jay for Mayor

Hey, this is MJ from the RRF. I don't know if you've seen the race for Mayor of Malton yet, but there's a very close race between myself and Bullgod to be the zombie nominee. While either one of us would make an excellent Mayor, I think that the RRF and the EF have a certain bond. You have frequently run with our GMT Breakfast Club and have been in the trenches with us as we've fought the trenchcoaters across Malton. This is contrasted by my opponent who has started courting the vote of harmanz to further his campaign. If you want a Mayor who will stand up for the Zombies in the Zombiecratic Party, go here and vote for Murray Jay.

Thank you.

Murray Jay Suskind 14:20, 17 April 2007 (BST)
I have to admit most of us cast their ballot for Huey P. Long already. Aren't the polls closed by now anyways? Do we get secondary votes to break the tie? if so, I think I will support my RRF brother, If Mr. Long is out of the race that is 'cause we are oblieged to his campaign. --Obeah-Man 00:08, 19 April 2007 (BST)

Ah, I didn't check out this talk page earlier. Due to the tie Bullgod and I are running together on a unified zombie ticket for the general election. Right now, we're mobilizing the zombie masses, so if EF is willing to endorse our ticket, we'd appreciate it. -- Murray Jay Suskind 15:01, 27 April 2007 (BST)

Welcome to Santlerville!

We noticed your attack group on the SE corner of Dowdney earlier today. I suppose you are joining the GMT Breakfast Club and the rest of the RRF Excursion to assault our fair city and mall. That's fantastic, we love having friends of friends stop by. Enjoy your time in the 'burb, and please let us know if you have any questions or commments. --Sexy Rexy Grossman 23:01, 17 April 2007 (BST)

Sorry, but we where just having some fun on our way somewhere else. But if you really want us we can squeeze you in our plans for future destruction ;) Anyway right now we're kind of busy in Dulston and Yagoton. Thanks though, we ain't getting many warm welcomes these days :D --Obeah-Man 00:08, 19 April 2007 (BST)

Greetings Eastonwood Ferals!

As you might already know, the campaign to elect the next Mayor of Malton is already underway. Since you guys seem to be a rather fine, upstanding group of zombies, I was wondering if you guys could do me the favor of allowing me to speak at a location somewhere in fair !zanbah. Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. --Huey P Long 19:09, 28 March 2007 (BST)

It would be an honour if Huey Pierce Long, Jr., the candidate of the the Zombiecratic Party visit the heartland of the Republic. A good place to speak to the masses is Pooll Crescent Police Dept [35, 25] the HQ of the EF. The best thing is we appoint a date were Mr. Long will hold his speech; we could summon the home guard for protection and advertise the event so that an acceptable crowed can be gathered. We seen forward to the visit

--CannibalX 02:07, 29 March 2007 (BST)

Thanks for the quick response! Details about the campaign (including a tenative outline for scheduled appearances) can be found on my "user" / campaign page. I have April 8th marked down as a provisional date (pending your acceptance, of course), but I could always move it up or back... although it might create some scheduling "difficulties" with other stops along the way.

Also, this may sound a bit unorthodox, but would it be too much to ask if one of your staff (presumably someone who's already combat-revived; don't want to put too much of an unnecessary strain on you guys) be ready w/ a needle? I've got a couple of supporters lined up w/ some supplies, and I can always give the speech in Death Rattle (though it's a bit difficult to convey political ideas and darn near impossible for links using it), but I want to send a clear message. Plus, it'll give some of the lower-levels a chance to "Meat the Candidate" (misspelling is intentional ;) ) during the refreshment break after the speech.

Again, thanks for your interest and cooperation, and I hope to see a bunch of you !zanbah Zambahs there! --Huey P Long 19:22, 29 March 2007 (BST)
Excellent, we prepare the April the 8th for the event. Is something is coming up or the date change, please post here.
We usually don’t tolerate drugs in the borders of !zanbah, but if Mr. Long needs MKII for medical purposes only; it’s possible to provide a syringe or two. We just need his medical profile. --CannibalX 00:33, 30 March 2007 (BST)
Here you go. Everything should be in order if I filled out the paperwork right. --Huey P Long 01:54, 30 March 2007 (BST)

Me again, just asking for another small favor :) You guys have been a great help in making preparations for this whole event, and I appreciate the spirit with which you've been advertising my appearance within your suburb. As such, I'd like to invite the Eastonwood Ferals to make an official endorsement of my campaign, should they so wish. Again, I can't think of how I can express my gratitude for your assistance. --Huey P Long 05:16, 6 April 2007 (BST)

Of course the republic is a kind of seperatist society but we are ready to accept Malton wide politics, if the candidateis as convinced of the course of Barhah as you are. I ask the others and we see how the council is standing on this but I think you'll be fine. After all, you are the candidate that is gonna speak to the masses. --Brainzombie 09:03, 6 April 2007 (BST)

Again, I would like to extend my most cordial thanks to the citizens of !zanbah, and particularly to the Eastonwood Ferals], for agreeing to allow me to speak, and especially warm tidings of gratitude to your Great Leader Fysh for the endorsement! Also, I would like to alert you find folks that polling is already underway, and that a strong early showing from among the Eastonwood Ferals and their fellow citizens of !zanhah could sway several undecided voters to support the Long campaign. Once more, my deepest respects to your Republic and its Leader, and many thanks for the event! --Huey P Long 02:46, 9 April 2007 (BST)

Well, the elections are over, and sadly ol' Huey lost :( However, I would like to thank the members of the Eastonwood Ferals and their !zanbah allies for the turnout when I spoke in your esteemed suburb, as well as all the EF members who cast their vote for me at the polls. You guys have been a great crowd. I might still only be a little fish in the greater pond of Malton, but among you guys, I'm proud to call myself the Kingfish! (with pride of place given to your own Great Leader Fysh, of course).

Anyway, thanks again for your support, and always remember: No matter who wins this election in the end, ultimately it is the responsibility of the people to ensure a fair and even distribution of the brains of this city. Share Our Bra!nz!! --Huey P Long 04:00, 18 April 2007 (BST)

Raids and raiders.

Me an' some fellas 'ttacked Holsgrove Row Police Department 2day. Me did this funny thing together with Blind Joe.
Double double kill-small.JPG
--Pungent 16:35, 10 March 2007 (UTC)

Greetings from Blutrabe member of the Death's Embrace thanks for the help dudes. Can I get a account on your forum? --Blutrabe 15:30, 11 March 2007 (UTC)

Joe can give you the link just apply under your characters name and with the e-mail we know and I validate you as a diplomat.--Foxfire 17:39, 11 March 2007 (UTC)

Today /b/, DE, U and EF at Whatmore Building = total fun --Desu Desu 19:07, 13 March 2007 (UTC)

Scenes from a nightmare

(Posted on the DEM forum)

  • sounds like mike is being muffled by something, or that the voice emanates very close to it. Speech is low, almost a whisper.

"Saw someone out in the corridor. Not sure... wait... She walked past the room again. Could see her swipe her eyes in my direction, but I don't think she noticed me. Not completely sure, she looked different when she was... well... dead. Think it's WinterRose. In human form. Damn!"

  • sound of scrabbling on the mike.

"Whew! Too close that one. She came back for another swipe. Too persistant. Maybe they carry that scent of theirs back into life again."

"Gonna try and slip away."

((Reloaded, and WinterRose was in the Surrage building with me. Reloaded again and she was gone.))


"Out in the corridor, haven't seen anyone yet. Think I slipped by her. That was too close."

  • Off-mike:


"Who the heck are you?! Damn her. DAMN HER BACK TO THE HELL SHE CAME FROM! Dammit, no ammo to speak of. Well, come on, I've got my axe! Come on you piece of scum! Remember to show that cold rose your scars afterward! Yaaarrrghh!!"

"BANG HARMAN BANG HAR HAR HAR" (14 seconds ago).

((After a reload a few seconds later...))

((For the record, I didn't actually have time to hurt Bestiality. Just for the RPing of it...))

For d 22:16, 7 February 2007 (UTC)

What is that doing here? Wrong page dude, wrong page! --Desu Desu 19:03, 13 March 2007 (UTC)

Hello Ferals

Just stopping by to ask about a certain new zed group with an awful alot of coordination, low leveled, having spent their first few days traveling apparently, and having begun attacking about the same time a small group of EF members did. Now, I'm not one to be suspicious, but that is an awful alot of coincidences, eh? The call themselves Death's Embrace, and it is fairly obvious that they have spies telling them where survivors are sleeping and where the aren't. This could, of course, be one big coincidence, but there is alot that doesn't add up if anyone takes it at face value. Another piece of the puzzle is the fact that alot of EF is with Mall Tour and you don't have quite the capabilities you formerly had back home. I'm not expecting a kind answer, probably not an honest one either. Just bringing to your attention, if it hadn't already come, of a series of very coincidental events. Hello once more, and goodbye for now Ferals. SuperMario24 00:50, 28 January 2007 (UTC)

Found some more info out, info that puts you in a better light, not to say that I'm not still suspicious. Seems the aforementioned group has put a group page. Only two things are a certainty right now, one is that they are most assuredly getting info from spies free running through Brooke Hills. This could be Unknown Army help, or a scout created by the. The second, is that the odds that they are zerging is quite high, primarily based on the way I was recently attacked and clocked the times, plus times provided by other members. The spying factor isn't as a big an issue for me, it is the zerging that I primarily have an issue with. Zeds can zerg alot easier than humans, and this group clearly understands that. SuperMario24 20:13, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
Ok now I only say this once, first of all I really don’t know where you pull your “the EF has no real forces in Eastonwood idea” from, and frankly most of the EF think by now all the questions are part of a slander campaign since you should be aware what zombie kills you and it’s the same EF members as, in example, five month ago. There is still a but load of fighters left for you to play with, the entire honours guard, all the players that can’t play as often as necessary to run with MT’07, and I only can guess that you have some UAG down there as well (since they do their own thing mostly, I can’t be certain though) but you know this of course because I reckon you have the lot of them in your contact list. And Second, if you come running every time some group goes through your suburb, and tell us how much you believe that it’s our fault odds are that we stop listening after about the ... hundredth time.

If you have beef with another group, why not bother them for a change, why come to us first? Really, don’t you see how suspicious that looks to us? I always try to be the voice of reason and I certainly am no friend of jumping to conclusions, but some EF make very good points when it comes to the general Eastonwood area survivor behaviour. It awfully looks like you really want to find things against the EF, for all I know the group that attacked you never existed and is just a clever ploy, I can’t be sure I’m not down there and I got very bad intel the past few days. I’m not saying that I believe this, I just like to point out in general that it’s equally possible and from my point of view, it is equally plausible as well.--Brainzombie 20:23, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

I initially jumped to the wrong conclusion due to the timing and have offered a number of possibilities as such. About your presence in Brooke Hills, I have noted only 3, sometimes 6, which is a small presence, yet it was noted. I came to the EF first because the other group had made no wiki deceleration whatsoever for about 3 days, and the timing was highly suspicious. The EF zombies in Brooke Hills could probably likely confirm that a number of buildings they weren't attacking over the past several days was attacked, and those attacks were made by the aforementioned group. To get down to it, this is only the second time, if you count my opinion about MR, that I ave brought anything up about the EF. 2 occasions is not alot, and are usually considered before bringing them up. A number of things don't add up about this new group, yet another reason to bring it up to a group we frequently engage, so as to measure their reaction to it. SuperMario24 20:31, 29 January 2007 (UTC)
Hi. I just don't know what your problem is SM24. Yes we recently joined the game and we gathered in one district. Yes it happened to be Brooke Hills, but not on purpose it could have been any district. We attacked a few buildings and killed a few survivors that we found inside, we killed u twice, but it wasn't on purpose too. I don't see why you unload your grief about getting killed by a bunch of lowlvl beginners, in terms understandable for you "zergs", on the page of the Eastonwood Ferals. We are not affiliated nor do we know any of members of this group, neither from the game nor from RL. So please do us all a favour and "spam" in our discussion board and leave the Ef alone. Greetings.
P.S. And no we don't have any spies. I think u really shouldn't watch so many episodes of this x-files series. There is no big antiSM24-conspirancy on the run or something. And that there are many things that don't add up 'bout us... i don't know what you mean but post it in our discussion board.--Gruntbrain 21:50, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

Very well, I understand that this should be moved to your group's talk page and I will do so, although originally you did not have a page and my posts have not been spam as they have been clear and with point as well as not being high in number. I will copy the entire topic to your group's page and allow the Ferals to do what they will with the topic. SuperMario24 22:33, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

Ah, yes now I understand. I haven't looked at the time for the creation of the wiki now I at least understand your initial reaction supermario. Just to clear things up, sometimes when I write "you", as in "you are bothering us all the time", I mean a general survivor you. Mostly the various EC members posting here and the DEM that are writing e-mails to me which has been a lot lately and I apologize if I reacted a little short tempered. The overall situation remains the same though. Many a EF's opinion of the survivors they encounter is at an all time low, especially with your group leader being oveertly insulting at Brainstock it is only to be expected for us to be a little edgy. This is why I prefered to answer here myself. As to our troop size back home, we do not have any troops deployed at Brooke Hills, we only have a regular presence in Eastonwood and what you might percieved as the remaining EF are raiding teams that go 'round the suburb and attack locations where some action can be found. I order that because it's increasingly difficult to find entertaining battles in Eastonwood itself. Half our raids are against empty buildings, and you don't expect us to write this on our propaganda page do you?
@Gruntbrain welcome to the game neighbour, glad to have you with us, are you planning to stay or do you want a more mobile approach to the game, either way drop me a line anytime. --Brainzombie 23:51, 29 January 2007 (UTC)
Hi Ferals, wanted to drop by and say hello. Chopper Reid has been um......replaced. He was inactive for over a month and I have been made the new leader of the TSO. We're going through some rebuilding since some of our members went away with Chopper but we're drinking milk and one day!!!! To be honest I am not familiar with any past arguments other than the obvious: you are dead and we aren't. Ha! I know that we will continue to shoot you and in turn you will chomp upon our limbs and try and eat our's the natural order of things. I do however want a 'friendly' rivalry if such a thing exists. A mutual respect as it were. There will be more attacks from both sides and thats exactly what makes this game fun for me personally and for my group. You always have to have a Penguin for your Bat Man. That being said I have created a section on our forum just for you guys. It's a public section titled 'Enemy Lines' and you have you own thread there to come and chat, mumble or drool.....your choice really. Just register and I will get you approved and running. We have stopped using our wiki for group communication recently since we do most of our work on the forum anyhow. So get your dead butts over there. I think the banter (if kept within the realm of nice to semi-nice) will be fun. --Trigger Slip 9:57 am, 28 Feb 2007 (MST)
More nneighbourly love! Well given that we pretty much handled things on the forums already me replying here is just a formality for other poeple to see that we are still wiki active. Thanks for your invitation Trigger, may the position of SunOrg leader fair you better than your predecessors. You always were so tasty if not a bit shooty on the side but I ain't picky if it comes to food.--Foxfire 13:48, 1 March 2007 (UTC)

Killer.jpg Blind Joe seen PKing

An operative, Blind Joe, which claims to be a Feral was witnessed PKing in Caiger mall. He was evicted quite harshly from the mall afterwards. Been a week or so now, so I don't have the graphical evidence. But I would assume you Ferals don't abide by that sort of behaviour and stick to killing us while in zed form? Just thought I'd let you know. For d 15:59, 12 January 2007 (UTC)

Yes the killing spree of Blind Joe is confirmed. We have no policy against Pking, if revived members who wants to Pk are allowed to do so. I don’t see any problems with that just don’t revive EF members and you don’t have any problems with them Pking. The Unknown Armies on the other hand are by default a Pker group and if revived they will Pk. --Sgt Milton 20:38, 12 January 2007 (UTC)

Rangers failed.gif Hiya

If I could direct your attention to the Malton Rangers wiki page, there's a declaration there that you fellows might want to dispute...--Your Lingering Resentment 00:34, 11 January 2007 (UTC)

We are aware of that as soon as it [2] was getting online, but we don't discuss ridiculous accusations. That’s just insults from someone who was owned and can’t cope with it, nothing more. If the Rangers want to play with us for real their have to loose their attitude and begin to act like adults not the little schoolboys and girls they are. No communication till they learn how to behave. --Sgt Milton 02:25, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
Can't say I blame you, and I hope you dont judge all of them or the NMC by the beliefs of a small few (read Dickholeguy). I've lost quite a bit of respect for thier leadership over this, as he doesnt seem to have any evidence to back it up ether. At least not the zerging part, which is the only part that really matters. Anyway, just thought you might want to see that. See you in Eastonwood!--Your Lingering Resentment 02:42, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
Thank you for your concern and it is good to know that some are up for a real match and enjoy the game. See you on the battlefield soldier! --Sgt Milton 02:48, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
I feel the need to offer my opinion of the Malton Rangers as another survivor would offer an opinion. They have made a bunch of claims and such, almost to the point where it seems they are the only ones fighting, which is most assuredly not true, and I usually only see them after a building is taken by another group. However, they are right on about certain methods the EF has begun actively using. I may even go so far as to say a certain vandal of our wiki page may have been with EF, he put EF stuff all over the place, but that is not confirmed and so I won't throw blame on anyone, just mentioning how suspicious it was. Just my two cents on the Malton Rangers and their fighting in Eastonwood. I have other, not so friendly, opinions of the Ferals, but they are not for this topic and will only be brought up when necessary. SuperMario24 16:24, 12 January 2007 (UTC)

We have our own theories about the wave of constant vandalism on the wiki pages, most of them unconfirmable and on the brink of paranoia. I hold the members of my own group in very high respect and, as it is with the HOW PKings, rest asured that if an EF member would really resort to this kind of trolling behavior it would be staged hell of a lot more clever. The most likely explenation of the whole ordeal is that some troll has done it to incinerate a wiki-abuse war. I won't point fingers in any direction and propose to ignore these mentally beckwards people who are doing this on account that they don't have anything to do with the game both of our sides play. As a matter of fact your own character SuperMario24 has been subject to some very extensive discussions in the council if you want to straighten things out send me a mail anytime, I'm always open and I have yet to come across a person with whom I couldn't cultivate peacefull correspondance. --Brainzombie 17:28, 12 January 2007 (UTC)

Interesting, I didn't think I was of concern to anyone, but I don't see how it could hurt.

As I mentioned on my talk page, I'm not blaming anyone and won't until whoever has been doing it is found out. My opinions mainly concern the spies and such, not wiki vandalism. The EF doesn't strike me as ones to use that method. However, that doesn't mean someone didn't do it independently from any organization for some hatred of one person, group, or multiple persons and groups. Wouldn't mind straightening things out if there are things that need to be straightened, but this was originally just my opinion on the Rangers activities regarding the EF. Nevertheless, if there is something that needs discussion I wouldn't mind discussing. SuperMario24 21:15, 12 January 2007 (UTC)


It's pretty hard, if not impossible, to post proof of zerging ... that is the same players using multiple accounts in the same suburb.
I have long assumed that the EF does this with their human spies, using one character to scout attack locations, and a seperate character to participate in an attack later. You've admitted to using human spies to scout the insides of targets, and I've seen you do this, guarding a building, seeing a human pass in and out, then a zombie force hit it later ... do you really have a player or players who do nothing but play a human spy, and then report back to the zombie group that he isn't a member of? On a regular basis?
On a realted note, it seems with the main EF "rockstars" away on "tour", there seems to be an influx of new zombies in Eastonwood claiming to be "friends" of the EF. Are we to believe these are really entirely different players defending the burb while you are away? Or did you all just use a bunch of alts so that you could have your Mall TOur cake and take up space in Eastonwood buildings, too?
Is each and every member of the "home guard" that does nothing but sit around Pooll Crescent guarding the place a player with no other zombie in the EF? I really doubt it, but if so, I'm impressed that you convinced a player like Harmanz Bane and Dark Nurse to do nothing in this game but sit in your HQ all day, and occasionally attack the phone mast next door.
Is THIS FELLOW, for example, not the alt in any way of an EF player?
Please, clarify. Is the EF claiming that none of their players operate multiple characters in the same suburb, or not? Are the accusations REALLY false? Do you each play exactly one and only one zombie (or only one human) in Eastonwood? Inquiring minds, and those of us who fight you with only one character account each, want to know!
Love and kisses,
Captain Davinos, Eastonwood DEM --Capt.Davinos 06:04, 19 January 2007 (UTC)
To sum things up (again),
As far as I’m aware all people only run one character in the EF, if one is discovered doing otherwise he/she simply gets cut from the raid announcements no whining and second chances. THIS FELLOW is not just this fellow, there is an entire group out there that is allied with the EF, as is the UAG, as is the CRF, as is Mall Tour’07. Don’t believe the harmanz are the only side of the game that can make allies. You might remember the time the EF main force was away and the GMT Breakfast people trashed the whole place in our name... Our alts as well?!? Or if the CRF comes and pays the EC a visit after the tour, are you rather to believe that all the CRFers are EF alts than simply look on their page to discover that both groups fight under the same banner? And to end ones game in the same building everytime while not moving out of the confines of one suburb is a quite easy thing to do, especially if you are not fanatically into the game and don’t want to move every day. (And don’t even start to say that no one would do that. I did the same thing when we first entered Eastonwood for month). As for the influx of new players, don’t know much about that and the examples you gave here have been with us for quite some time.
BTW what is with the unauthorized user page, aren’t we good enough anymore for you to use your wiki account or aren’t you the real Davinos but some troublemaking vandal that tries to stir up shit? Because there has been definitively been an influx in those. --Foxfire 21:08, 19 January 2007 (UTC)
Why are you answering this shit Dread, just delete it. Another whinny survivor who has no insight in our affairs is only juggling with a few facts and jumping to conclusions. And if I hear the human alt spy thing one more time, I swear… Take your medication and stop being so paranoid. --Sgt Milton 21:22, 19 January 2007 (UTC)
I'm not making accusations. I was asking questions. I wanted to know what your policy was on operating multiple characters in the same suburb. A question I don't think you answered, directly. You said you don't operate multiple character in the EF, and you don't have alts in the CRF. I didn't mention either of those things in my post, did I?
Believe me, I am all too painfully aware of some of the allies that the EF has worked with in the past. You guys are one of the most effective and dangerous zombie groups in the game, and you're bound to have tons of zombie players who would like to work with you. I'm well aware of your past assocaitions with the CRF, and haven't ever accused you of any wrongdoing there.
I've been fighting you guys for the better part of a year, and have died at your hands many times, Sgt. Milton (you hit faster then any zombie player I know, except MAYBE Arctic11). I think to say that I know NOTHING of your affairs is just silly. I wasn't name calling, stating my theories as if they were known facts. I was describing some suspicious (in my mind) behavior from my point of view and ASKING if the EF players were directly invovled in any recent, non-EF zombie characters that recently arrived in Eastonwood, on in the non-EF guards that often inhabit Pooll Crescent.
And the reason I asked about the human spies was, of course, that YOU post on the front page of the EF Wiki that you use them. I was merely asking HOW you use them ... in alt form, or with dedicated "human spy" players entirely sepearte from your zombie players? I'm assuming, though the post is from Sgt. Milton, that he isn't considered a human spy, as Sgt. Milton is a very active zombie raider with the EF. I really can't recall seeing him in human form very often. Am I wrong?
If you don't want people making such accusations, or acting "paranoid" about your use of spies it in that they ... um ... ask you questions ... then don't talk about it on the front page of your Wiki? I'm sorry if my post was too snide or disrespectful for you. It was not my attention to "stir up" and slander or disrespect, but instead to invite the EF to avoid such accusations by offering the opportunity for you to clarify what you do and don't do.
I care most about encouraging a fun environment for us to play this game in. You guys can be great enemies, and that's why I've stuck around Eastonwood as long as I have (actually, I was in Eastonwood, I think, before you guys :) ). Well, that and the awsome crew I have to work with here.
P.S. Sorry about any account confusion ... I've had some previous wiki accounts that i can't seem to log into anymore, so I created a new one to make this post. --Capt.Davinos 11:40, 20 January 2007 (UTC)
You want to know why the answer of mine was pretty harsh. I play this game for about 15 month, 11 month with the Eastonwood Ferals and do you know how many times somebody asks the same questions and makes the same old accusations over and over again? Every time some survivor detects what he/she think is an inconsistency he comes to us and starts pointing fingers. It’s tiring.
For your questions: We all play UD which has rules and one of them is: Do not use multiple characters in an abusive way. With making a character we all agree to that rule. Asking if we do break this rules, is like asking: Hey! Do you cheat? That’s fucking rude. What do you want a disclaimer on our main page: We do not cheat! That’s ridiculous and you know that.
How would you like it if every time a shitty insulting spray paint pops up or some level 1 characters by the truckload appear in Estonwood with similar names, I go to your talk page and ask you: Do you or your group cheat? Why are you using insulting spray-paints? And not only me every damn zombie group swings by your talk page or sends you emails now and than and asks you that fucking question. Would you like that? I bet not!
For having more than a single character in one group. Even if the Eastonwood Ferals players would have two characters (and I say IF), that would not be a problem as long as they don’t operate in the same suburb. So if a player moves a zombie alt in the suburb because his/her EF fighter is in a distant sub to fight for the Mall Tour it’s his/her fucking business and not against any rules or fucking code.
I have said it once and I say it again: Stop being paranoid, enjoy the game! What is you problem, do you feel you loose something, is that it?
Please do not be offended by my post or my outburst of temper, just try to understand how stupid, old and tiresome the questions you ask are sounding to me and many of the other members.--Sgt Milton 12:44, 20 January 2007 (UTC)
I think I can bring some light in the whole ordeal. I believe Davinos reaction was due to some major breakins all over the suburb in the past two days, I was talking to Aronax and he believes some zombies passed through here, destination possibly Caiger, see my journal entry for details. If the whole thing was indeed about that then everythings ok, if not...
I would come and have a look myself but I am miles away.
@ Davinos, the Captain probably mentioned the other allied groups like the CRF because not even the dullest among survivors would believe that we are them as well. If he would have picked a smaller group than perhaps the shit-for-brains-faction would have jumped at what he wrote and twisted it into some kind of EF conspiracy, don't laugh We've seen that happening. The UAG disclaimer is on the front for the reason that we are allies with the UAG, indeed our oldest and best friends in this game. The disclaimer is there and will stay there to honour that fact. The problem is, though most of the UAG are only part time human (i.e. acting when revived) there are those all over the city that are not. To remove our disclaimer would mean stabbing them in the back by declaring them somehow illegal combatants under our own rules and not just under the rules of pro-survivor players. I will never trade the trust of friends against good relations with an enemy, most of us agree. I hope you understand.--Obeah-Man 22:27, 20 January 2007 (UTC)

Sgt. Milton ... who is the paranoid one ... someone who asks you a question, in as polite a manner as possible (my FIRST question in over 11 months of play with the EF, I might add), or someone who chooses to reply spouting profanity and insults? I'm sorry if I touched a nerve with my question, but it seemes in this reply you did give me my answer. I never accused you or any EF of "breaking the rules". I just wanted to know if the alt defense tactic, that is, brining an alt in, in another or anonymous group, perhaps, to defend your home turf while your main EF zombie is off touring, was one YOU as a group would consider bad form, or just fine. If your answer is "No, we can and will use alts to defend Eastonwood while the EF is off attacking elsewhere", then I have my answer!

While I don't consider that "cheating" as defined by the official Urban Dead rules, I do consider it lame to have alts (EF group affiliated or not) defending your home, mains off sacking malls, and then bragging on a daily basis on your wiki about accomplishments both places. This is from the point of view of someone who's been playing this game, fighting to defend Eastonwood from the EF and others, for as long as you've been attacking it.

Don't you think it would be more interesting if the EF had to make a decision ... do we defend our home turf, or do we aid in the mall raids? Do you think it possible that the DEM and allies were trying to turn up the heat in Eastonwood in an effort to pull pressure off the attacks on the malls? A tactic that, if my say so, seemed to work pretty well in stopping EF pressure on Caiger in January, at least in the short term? Latrobe got pretty close to falling a few times, and the EF asistance was certainly a key part of that. You can see that, if I know you guys are just going to use alts to respond to a tactic like that in the future, then there's not much point in wasting time with that strategy. Does that make me "paranoid?" I don't think so ... especially not if it's true. :)

Let me ask you another question ... on a purely theoretical basis. The Eastonwood crew does get supplies on a regular basis from Calvert Mall and Caiger mall, among others. If the EF is invovled in attacks on those malls, cutting off those supplies, while (possibly) alts are fighting us back in Eastonwood, say, taking out Eastonwood NT's and factories, supplies from which we are sending to Caiger, doesn't that seem a little bit like a double use of characters in the same fight, even if it doesn't violate the game rules as currently stated in the Wiki? The whole reason, as stated in your Wiki, that Eastonwood was chosen as a home for the EF was it was seen as strategily important with all the NT's close to Caiger. That's part of why I choose to defend here. Rather then have a profanity laced reply shot back, it's just something I'd like you to think about. Thanks.

Instead of giving me your knee jerk reaction and complaining to me in four letter words about how many complaints you guys get (NOT my problem), please try to have a just little respect for me as a fellow player trying to work with you to make this a fun game for everyone, discussing a very specific tactics question that was of concern to me. That's exactly the kind of thing a wiki like this is for, and if you DO see behavior from the DEM that you consider borderline unethical, downright cheating, profane, overtly disrespectful (I mean, a certain ammount of animosity between humans and the zombies trying to EAT them is expected, right?), or even just "not fun", please DO come to our Wiki site or send me an e-mail and I'll be happy to discuss it with you more.

Believe it or not, I want this game to be fun for everyone, zombies and humans alike. I'm interested in real-feeling, tough struggles for resources, survival, and yes, even honor and repuatation. That's what makes the game fun for me, not just running up my point count with as many kills as possible. Ireallyhope you'll take my discussion here as a play discussion, about a GAME< from another game player, NOT a personal attack.

Thanks for the diologue! --Capt.Davinos 22:47, 20 January 2007 (UTC)

Hello Davinos. I don’t think there are Alts of Eastonwood Ferals in Estonwood that are used as you suggest. There are NO two teams (one in Eastonwood and one on Tour or any other constellation). The /b are all other players. There are no Alt switching (one in one out) I’m aware and no downright cheating.
I can understand the anger of Sgt Milton you had your answer right away in Dreads post and keep going on it’s can be misconceived as an personal attack on the EF. But maybe you simply misunderstood each other. --CannibalX 00:40, 21 January 2007 (UTC)
Very smooth Davinos! Beginning the first post with the definition of zerging and thereby cheating and the assumption that we do such things and the second with I only ask a view questions. What about zombies re-supplying in a mall, hilarious. Zombies do not need to re-supply. I’m certain you came here to stir some shit. Thanks for the accus… I mean dialogue – or better monologue about theoretical alts only to proof that we cheat. Next time start your posts with: Hello I have a view questions… and not with an accusation. You will find out that the reply is much pleasanter and has less swear word in it. --Demolition 11:20, 21 January 2007 (UTC)
I can only agree with my predecessors on formular and etiquette of asking certain question, which on the one hand had been answered nth times (next time check the archive, please) and on the other hand are highly delicate. As for me, i only run one character which is the one name at the bottom of this post. However, i start to understand the irritation the EF must have caused you as a player. The fact that we have two teams, is simple. Our membership was growing. Within the year i am playing UD i personally have recruited 7 members/players for the EF of whom i know, only use one char and did not play UD before. This has happened independently from ingame stuff by mouth to mouth propaganda. Further you may have noticed that the EF was getting itself a name. GMT Breakfast Club, Shacknews, MT'07. Sieges and fights we did not only participate but where invited to. So you may assume that some players may have joined us in admiration of our work. The UAG and /b guys operate more or less independent from us and may have contributed to our growing membership by ordinary means as well or lets say the number of our affiliates. And for the UAG people are survivor players: yes sgt. may change perspectives now and then but thats redundant. By the way the fact that we mention the UAG, should be treated as a fact to suport there indipendent existence. I think our wiki makes this whole topic clear enough? maybe i am mistakn... For the: "isnt it boring to just sit in Pooll...?" isnt it boring to just siege a mall? Boring to sit around in Ridleybank? Isnt it boring to play a low tech, text based browser game? See dunno, i think people have to make that up for themselves. In this regard, its not what you say, its the way you say it^^. --Zawa o' Draugr 13:45, 22 January 2007 (UTC)
Thank you for the open discussion and honest answers here. I do apologize that my original reply was as accusatory in tone as it was. I just wanted to better understand what sorts of tactics, within the rules of the game, you felt were fair to use and what not. I never meant to accuse anyone of "cheating", per say, though perhaps my supposition of human spies as alts in the same burb would indeed be considered that.
I'll endeavor to keep my future corespondance with you respectful (and shorter, maybe? :) ). Even if Davinos has way too many scars from you guys to like you much in the game, there's no reason the payers behind the zombies and the humans can't be courteous in real life.
Again, thanks and hope to see you all lots in the future ... even if it's on the inside of my favorite shopping centers, chewing on my rear ... --Capt.Davinos 09:43, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

Shack.JPG Shacknews Farewell Siege


Yesterday, Stickling Mall in Shearbank was ransacked after a long, bloody siege. For its next target, the Shack had decided to attack Giddings Mall. We chose this over other places because of the challenge and history surrounding it.

I hope the Eastonwood Ferals, and other zombies reading this, decide to join us in Pitneybank. This is the Shack's farewell tour: most of our members are going to retire, and the Shack itself will be disbanded, after Giddings Mall is ransacked. We've had several large, fun fights, but all good things must come to an end. I know Pitneybank is far from Eastonwood, but even a small group of dedicated raiders would be a welcome addition to our host of warriors. If anyone can make the trip, we would love to see you shuffle along with us.

It'd be great if our allies were there with us, when we have our final, shambling party. Come on over to Pitneybank. We'll be heading there with haste.

Pchem 18:58, 10 December 2006 (UTC) Shacknews General

CRF.jpg The Caiger Resistance Front

Barhah from your neighbors to the west. We, the CRF, would like to invite you to a feast in our area, as the Channel Four News Team has publicly announced their plans to attack the Caiger mall. Any help that you would be able to send would be greatly appreciated, and we look forward to tearing down many barricades, smashing open many skulls and eating sweet brains together once more! Drop us a line on the CRF Talk page and we'll hash out some more details.--Bassander21:27, 29 November 2006 (UTC)

  • While the Mainhost of the troops assist Shacknews in Shearbank I understand. Our guardians are within reasonable proximity to your position. Send our opperator details and we will be happy to assist in any way possible. --Lord Aronax 16:12, 30 November 2006 (UTC)
We appreciate it; things currently remain quiet, despite the announcement that Channel 4 News Team intended to invade. We've got a few buildings that go up with barricades here and there, but nothing we aren't able to handle. I believe the C4NT has been drawn in to the combat in Shearbank, so if you'd prefer to send your reserve that way, it might be for the best. We appreciate any help you had to offer though, and if (When) the C4NT/NMC strike, we'll gladly accept anything else you need. Also, if you ever need any assistance, feel free to ask us--User:Bassander 01:55 2 December 2006 (UTC)

Congrats to everyone who was at Pitneybank. Giddings is crushed, we did a great job out there. However, things are starting to heat up in the Caiger region. Scouts for the CRF have found a large group of DHPD and assorted harmanz massing in the Rodwell PD in Chudleyton [12, 27], and we could use any support you could send. We look forward to fighting side-by-side with the Eastonwood Ferals once more. Barhah!

Things are getting hot right before Barhahmas. The assorted harman groups have come together to try and push to take the mall together. Three corners are cleared, ransack removed, and brought to EHB barricades. Only the south-eastern corner remains defended, with 30 inside. The Latrobe building has been unransacked, with a powered generator running inside. If you're sending reinforcements, please come soon. Bassander 2:21 24 December 2006 (UTC)

!zanbah Barhah.png Zombiefied Republic of !zanbah membership

We, the CRF, have graciously accepted your offer to join your confederation of zombie nation states, the ZRO! We've added the tag to our wiki page, and will stand beside you in any times of trouble.--User:Bassander 07:23 4 December 2006 (UTC)

Christmas-tree-decorated.jpg 'Wood Crew/EF Festivities


Hello from the DEM Wood Crew We threw a small Christmas Party for you guys in Pool PD. Just to show you that we care.

  • The events of the party can be found here
  • Why thank you gentlemen, even though I myself and my friends do not celebrate christmass we are nonetheless happy to indulge in a party with you. Our base has become kind of remote territory lately and we honestly feared you'd forgotten all about us and have fun somewhere else. It is becomming lonely and this party is good for the morale of the force. --Lord Aronax 14:57, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
  • That’s nice and thoughtful of you. Thanks for the tree and the pretty lights, but it seems that a vandal has de-generated the generator and the pretty lights went out. Damn I wanted made a picture of that. Happy Holydays all of you! --Sgt Milton 17:38, 22 December 2006 (UTC)

Poollsclosed.gif Pooll Crescent Police Department

To let you know, I've cleaned up some of the Pooll Crescent Police Department's page and moved the list of humans killed to the talk page. I think you should create a subpage for your group and host it there rather than have it on the building's page itself. I figure fleshing out the pre-history of the building, having a picture of reference for people, describing the building, and clarifying things would be acceptable to you. I'll watch this talk page, so go ahead and let me know here what you think about the changes. I believe this will suit everyone's needs. --Amanu Jaku 03:32, 25 December 2006 (UTC)

Nice work. We think about your suggestions --CannibalX 16:46, 25 December 2006 (UTC)

It looks like a new style for locations is emerging, so I updated the Pooll Crescent Police Department page to match it. --Amanu Jaku 12:30, 20 July 2007 (BST)

Chopper.jpg Chopper's Corner

All communications with ChopperRaid goes here

I don't know if you saw this...

Because I attached it to a previous thread of comments. But here it is again.

Ah, I didn't check out this talk page earlier. Due to the tie Bullgod and I are running together on a unified zombie ticket for the general election. Right now, we're mobilizing the zombie masses, so if EF is willing to endorse our ticket, we'd appreciate it. -- Murray Jay Suskind 20:08, 30 April 2007 (BST)

Category Tag

Didn't want to mess with your page but thought you might like to add Category:Feral Groups. - Fuster 20:13, 6 May 2007 (BST)

*Cough* Sorry to trouble, but who was it that got my brains in the last 24?

Was just recently consumed by your crew, think perhaps the killing blow was from GLF, but, due to my forms in triplicate being covered in my own blood, I am unable to read my record of the event. Just curious--and a strike well done in the Marfell Building, BTW. Granted, I would prefer to be alive and all, but well done. --Barbecue Barbecue 04:28, 1 July 2007 (BST)

I think it was indeed GLF who eat your tasty branz, but with a tempting name like Barbecue who will blame her ;). Greetings to all SSCC members and good luck in Shuttlebank. --Demolition 06:32, 1 July 2007 (BST)
Thank you kindly for the info, greets, and good wishes! Barbargah Barbargah 02:47, 2 July 2007 (BST)


This is LUE and if you guys can hold on those NT buildings for the next couple of days it would be great for our grandmaster plan ;). Thanks for the support.

Herman, Latrobe, Kening you want them down we want them down so that will work out nicely ;) --Brainzombie 21:39, 18 August 2007 (BST)



I am Secruss of the Reanimations.

I have had a glorious vision concerning the zombies of Malton.

If you wish to share it with me, come here. Bring friends.

--Secruss 01:04, 19 August 2007 (BST)


Props on breaking ULC of Caiger. Pity you had to kill me, really slows down sekret plans to destroy Caiger.  :P Hope to see you soon!  ;] Evillic 19:19, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

whoopsy daisy :) --CannibalX 19:32, 27 November 2007 (UTC)

New Decay Level


  • Here is a screen shot for your almanac collection of decay. I don't believe you had one that included the line: Small weeds and vines are beginning to grow in the dusty wreckage. This is from Dunell Hills (a suburb that has been in zombie hands for several months). I don't have an AP estimate for repairs, but it is most likely high 20s.--– Nubis NWO 13:17, 28 June 2008 (BST)


  • New level screenshot. 77 AP!

--– Nubis NWO 03:25, 12 August 2008 (BST)

The Great Suburb Group Massacre

(Template Removed to remove group from that category) --– Nubis NWO 03:26, 12 August 2008 (BST)

Currently the suburb in question is Yagoton but one response to this query will be all that is needed to protect your group link on all suburb pages. I know this is a may seem a stupid request but its for all groups regardless of size. Thank you. --Adavastor 21:01, 28 July 2008 (BST)

Group active! Active in Gatcombeton, Shuttlebank, Yagoton, Darvall Heights, Eastonwood, Brooke Hills, East Becktown, Richmond Hills, Ketchelbank. --CannibalX 01:03, 29 July 2008 (BST)

Noted --Adavastor 01:27, 29 July 2008 (BST)

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To encourage territorial zombies to protect neighborhoods throughout Malton, the Zombie Neighborhood is calling for all brave zombies to let us know what suburb, or even building, your undead neighbors call home. Please stop by and visit us. - Flying Zombie Roach

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