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Should we now reinstate the Free Zones? because the majority of Suburbs are now green or yellow. I propose the creation of Free Zone West, North, and South-West; an organised government will rule over each, and all 3 will meet in an especially safe area to discuss matters. TJMW, 19:25, 31 July 2011.
Should we now reinstate the Free Zones? because the majority of Suburbs are now green or yellow. I propose the creation of Free Zone West, North, and South-West; an organised government will rule over each, and all 3 will meet in an especially safe area to discuss matters. TJMW, 19:25, 31 July 2011.
I just saw this on Recent Changes, and I think Free Zones should simply be changed to a simple description of what counts as a free zone. Therefore rather than having designated free zones, any quadrant of suburbs that are green (safe) is called a free zone. And therefore it would be a less specific term and could eventually become part of colloquialisms. -- <small>[[User:Rorybob| <span style="color: #FF9933">Rahrah</span>]] <span style="color: #FF9933">has a signature that won't become obsolete.</span> </small> 14:52, 6 August 2011 (BST)

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free zones... which suburbs are they...--Darkmagic 23:00, 31 July 2007 (BST)

It clearly says which ones on the front page. --Ducis DuxSlothTalk 22:45, 4 January 2008 (UTC)

Is this still... alive? Because there is no Free Zone North, Northeast or West. Only one place counts, and that would be a Free Zone South(West).--Rachel Akebre 00:56, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

Should we now reinstate the Free Zones? because the majority of Suburbs are now green or yellow. I propose the creation of Free Zone West, North, and South-West; an organised government will rule over each, and all 3 will meet in an especially safe area to discuss matters. TJMW, 19:25, 31 July 2011.

I just saw this on Recent Changes, and I think Free Zones should simply be changed to a simple description of what counts as a free zone. Therefore rather than having designated free zones, any quadrant of suburbs that are green (safe) is called a free zone. And therefore it would be a less specific term and could eventually become part of colloquialisms. -- Rahrah has a signature that won't become obsolete. 14:52, 6 August 2011 (BST)