Rhodenbank Civil Defense Corps/Operations

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Operation Zombie Whupass 1

An elite contingent of RCDC warriors invaded Ridleybank from December 1st-15th 2005. We killed off roughly 55+ zombies, saved some asses, and then hightailed it back to Rhodenbank in time for a merry little holiday binge at The Ablett Arms. Joint operations coordinated with the Randallbank Coalition proved very successful and we look forward to working more closely with them in the future.

Operation Zombie Whupass 2

This operation was a civic-minded, but ill-timed, attempt to bolster the defenses of Treweeke Mall in support of our allies the Dulston Defense Death Squad and the Sons of Treweeke. Regrettably, due to mobilization issues, we arrived too late on 23rd January 2006 and the mall was already hopelessly infested with zombies. So acting with our usual lightning-quick, ninja-like dexterity--and after downing a swift one at the The Ablett Arms--we promptly switched to Plan B, or...

Operation Zombie Whupass 2.1

While normally alcohol and planning don't mix, this one worked out in the end. Multiple RCDC operatives headed over to the Caiger Mall in order to help defend against the large hordes of undead attacking it. Bottom line is we went in, killed a bunch of zombies, barricaded a lot, and then decided to return home. In the end there simply were not enough zombies there to make it interesting. An easy victory that helped wash away the bad taste of the previous operation from our mouths. Also Vodka helped.

Operation Zombie Whupass 3: Home Defense

A number of zombie groups and hordes became riled up with the relative safety of our suburb. In the outset a small, new group of survivors calling themselves the Rhodenbank Warriors were the first casualties of this new offensive when they were tragically slaughtered. Then, as newly risen zombies, they tried to break back in to their former headquarters, The Starr Building, but were thwarted by the inability to remember how to open doors. We're not really sure whether this should be labeled as a survivor victory or just plain poor tactics. They later erroneously claimed to have "won" their "war" with the RCDC before promptly disappearing, never to return.

Operation Zombie Whupass 3.1

The Drunken Dead came through Rhodenbank, dealt localized damage, and then moved on. Days later they passed back through the suburb, but this time the Drunken Dead were stalled by a valiant, weeks-long survivor effort at Hindmarsh Row PD. Unfortunately then the Pwotters showed up along with some detestable living turncoats (i.e. death cultists) and ruined the day. Fortunately, once these rogues moved on the station was quickly reclaimed.

Operation Zombie Whupass 3.2

A couple weeks later, the Ridleybank Resistance Front and a number of feral zombies steamrollered through Rhodenbank on their way to Treweeke Mall. Resistance seemed futile, but recovery was swift once the horde had moved on. Noticing the length of the horde's attention span was based on resistance met, some RCDC members began looking in to the newly coined River Tactics.

Operation Zombie Whupass 4: We Got Whupped

After over two months of relative calm settling over Rhodenbank a rumor began to spread of a new mega-horde known simply as the Big Bash. This new horde was formed from many other zombie hordes with the goal of devastating as much of Malton as possible. When planning on how to deal with the threat a minor difference of opinion formed within the RCDC as to whether they should stand and fight (using standard barricading tactics) or implement River Tactics (boring the horde into moving on ASAP). Within a few days of the horde entering Rhodenbank the revive points were overcrowded and most buildings were in shambles having been occupied by zombies. Once the core gathering of the horde moved on, those survivors which had "flowed into the void" came out of hiding and began the arduous task of rebuilding. Fortunately, most of the occupying enemy forces departed soon after they were kicked out of each building. Rhodenbank was back up and in working order within a couple weeks.

Operation Zombie Whupass 5: RCDC Tours

Bane Croooow started a massive outreach program which was interrupted by Maltons largest zombie uprising. This event nearly ended the RCDC.

Operation Housekeeping

With the return of relative calm and some positive reinforcement from their Dulstan Alliance buddies, the RCDC has begun a renovation of their group to bring the Corps to the next chapter of survival in Malton.
To participate in this operation join the RCDC private group space on the Dulstan Alliance, or look up an active RCDC member.

NE Corner Rebuild

Rhodenbank has once again survived a horde's passage through our fair suburb. RCDC members are doing what they can to re-establish the status quo. active RCDC member.

MOB defense!

Recent reports indicate that zombie horde Militant Order of Barhah (MOB) has entered the suburb and is attacking from the west. RCDC warn citizens of Rhodenbank to remain calm and keep informed. MOB activities and Rhodenbank's Building Information Centre will be updated as often as possible, and you can recieve real time updates on KRFR 27.96 MHz. Also, we recommend citizens flow into the void.

Bringing it Home

It has been too long since Rhodenbank has been a lit suburb, and it's about time our boys take back what's ours. In concert with our allies in the Dulston Alliance and other survivor groups, a push is being made north to bring back civilization as we know it. You can find RCDC members in Dunningwood, Paytnerton and Pescodside with the homefront on the horizon. Rhodenbank is slowly returning to survivor hands!