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Author Topic: USF Fall 2012  (Read 2284 times)
USF_Rattler

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« on: November 01, 2012, 03:08:11 AM »

Just started up tonight at midnight and will last till Monday night.
441 players.

Two developments.
1) Zombie hug party right when the game starts. No slow starts here. Most vets are in lockdown tonight waiting for class in the AM and the first mission tomorrow evening.
2) Humans can only use Nerf blasters which hold 6 darts or less. The mods are making it a challenge for us humans.

Post Merge: November 01, 2012, 09:18:06 PM
Mission 1
Human Victory
Humans had to go to ten locations across campus. At each location 10 humans would have to secure the spot for 10 minutes to receive a report about potential zombie attacks.  If a location reported zombie attacks, the report had to be taken to the Communications building. Mission started at 7:00 and would end at 8:30. Humans won in just under an hour.
Reward: Original Zombies revealed. Only 4 hours early, but considering the mods said failure would result in an extended 24 hours of OZs, we will take it.


Zombie horde up to 84. 383 humans left.
« Last Edit: November 01, 2012, 09:18:06 PM by USF_Rattler » Logged

University of South Florida
ECHO Squad

Class: Scout
Primary: Raider "Canebrake"
Secondary: Alpha Trooper "Cottonmouth"
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