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PostSubject: Ignore this...   Ignore this... EmptySat May 21, 2011 6:40 am

This is a guide to survive as a town, first me must eliminate the "Squatters". "Squatters" are people who do nothing and are just there to piss you off, we can usually determine who is a squatter by the second day. The next thing we must do is gather resources from the world beyond. Twisted planks and wrought iron are the most common building supply, so take them back as much as possible. Bags of cement are very important, they help build the workshop. The workshop is the most important building in the game. The workshop lets people make things that will benefit us much easier. The next thing on the list is to not take unlabelled drugs, for it will kill you in the end.

The first thing you do not do is build a hovel, for they waste resources, and you will be shunned for building one.

The second thing not to do is build a portal lock, for it will be your doom if your outside the town, and you will die out there unless you camp, then there is a little chance you will survive.

The third thing not to do is steal from other players, for you will be shunned for stealing from someone, unless of course, you have a reason.

This is a custom guide by cowardsd13.
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PostSubject: Oath of the live2nite brotherhood   Ignore this... EmptySun May 29, 2011 8:47 am

We who seek to wear the camouflage cloak and move unseen through the wastes, who seek to dart impudently through the densest ranks of the undead, who seek to beat paths into Hell so that the feet of the living shall never walk into danger, must have a code that guides our hearts and our actions. Within the tenets of this code, the scout's mind is sharp, his decisions sure and swift, and his survival in the wastes assured. In the footprints of the scouts of the Live2Nite brotherhood, order springs like geysers of fresh water amid the dry sands of chaos. All scouts at this time who wish to pledge themselves to the Live2Nite brotherhood raise high the thumb, index and ring fingers of the left hand and pledge the L2N Brotherhood Oath:

1. A Live2Nite leaves no man in the wastes who requires his help.

2. A Live2Nite leads the way for scavengers to dig in safety.

3. A Live2Nite sleeps in nothing but tents, for wood is precious and meant to protect the helpless.

4. A Live2Nite may call for help, but never admit his camouflage has failed.

5. A Live2Nite never leaves the body of another Live2Nite in the desert - he will retrieve it and use it for trap bait, for a Live2Nite is dedicated to helping others, even in death.

6. A Live2Nite does not say "hopeless." No matter how sure the demise and how nigh the end may be, he ends each evening reciting the Live2Nite brotherhood motto: "Tonight, we live!"

Go forth with the L2N badge upon your cowl and spread order among the living.

TONIGHT WE LIVE!
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PostSubject: today on june 6th   Ignore this... EmptyMon Jun 06, 2011 10:28 am

Today is June 6th

Today's highlight in history:

In 1944, the greatest combined military force ever assembled launched the D-Day invasion on the beaches of Normandy, France, during the Second World War. Allied soldiers scrambled ashore as planes attacked German positions, and paratroopers secured a hold further inland. Total casualties of the D-Day invasion have been estimated at 10,000 dead or wounded.

Also on this date:

In 1683, the first public museum, The Ashmolean, was opened in Oxford, England.

In 1844, the YMCA -- the Young Men's Christian Association -- was founded in London by George Williams and a group of associates. It began in Canada six years later.

In 1861, the "Maid of the Mist" became the first ship to navigate the Niagara whirlpool rapids.

In 1888, Cornwall, Ont. was hit by a tornado that destroyed 500 homes.

In 1891, Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first prime minister, died at 76. He led federal Conservative governments from 1867 to '73, and again from 1878 until his death. Macdonald's achievements included the building of a cross-country railway and a national tariff policy.

In 1895, the Canadian Golf Association was founded in Ottawa. It became the Royal Canadian Golf Association a year later.

In 1925, Walter Percy Chrysler founded the Chrysler Corp.

In 1933, the world's first drive-in movie theatre opened in Camden, N.J. The first movie shown was "Wife Beware."

In 1945, Canada joined 25 other countries in setting up a body to regulate international civil aviation.

In 1953, Queen Elizabeth knighted New Zealand mountain climber Edmund Hillary, a week after he became one of the first two men to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Also knighted was Col. John Hunt, who led the British expedition on the world's tallest mountain.

In 1966, leaders of the Presbyterian Church in Canada approved the ordination of women as elders and ministers. Two years later, Shirley Jeffery became the church's first female minister.

In 1976, oil billionaire J. Paul Getty died in London at age 83.

In 1981, the world's worst rail disaster saw seven coaches of an overcrowded passenger train blown off the tracks into a river in Bihar, India. At least 800 people died.

In 1984, Indian troops stormed the holiest Sikh shrine, the Golden Temple at Amritsar, killing an estimated 1,000 people.

In 1985, Brazilian police exhumed a body later confirmed to be that of Dr. Josef Mengele. His family said the notorious "Angel of Death" at the Auschwitz death camp during the Second World War died in 1979.

In 1992, at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, participating countries agreed to set up new rules for fishing on the high seas.

In 1994, more than 35,000 Canadian, American, British, Dutch, Belgian, Polish, Norwegian, Australian and New Zealand veterans travelled to France for ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of D-Day.

In 1995, Belgian brewer Interbrew made a successful offer of $2.7 billion for John Labatt Ltd., the owner of the Toronto Blue Jays and Argonauts, SkyDome (now Rogers Centre) and the brewery.

In 2003, Prime Minister Jean Chretien opened the $8 million Juno Beach Centre in Normandy, honouring the valour of Canadian soldiers who fought and gave their lives during the June 6th, 1944 D-Day invasion of France. A total of 340 men died and 574 more were wounded during the assault.

In 2003, after more than five years of diplomatic efforts, Cambodia and the UN signed an agreement to create a tribunal to probe the 1975-1979 atrocities by the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia in which 1.7 million people were killed.

In 2004, Prime Minister Paul Martin and Governor General Adrienne Clarkson attended ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of the D-Day invasion in northern France.

In 2005, Oscar-winning actress Anne Bancroft died at age 73.

In 2005, Liberal MP Pat O'Brien quit the Liberals to sit as an Independent, saying he opposed his party's position on gay marriage.

In 2006, Chuck Guite, 62, the former head of the federal sponsorship program, was found guilty of five counts of fraud totalling $1.5 million. He was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison.

In 2007, the Anaheim Ducks won the Stanley Cup for the first time in franchise history with a 6-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators in Game 5 of the NHL championship final.

In 2009, an event in Wrentham, Mass. billed by organizers as the world's longest baseball game began at 8:01 a.m. and ended at 8:01 p.m. on June 7. It took 101 innings, there were 687 runs scored, and 817 children between the ages of five and 15 participated, raising an estimated US$75,000 for charity. The final score was Away 348, Home 339.

In 2010, Canadian Sgt. Martin Goudreault, 35, was killed by an improvised explosive device as he was on foot patrol near the village of Nakhonay, about 15 kilometres southwest of Kandahar city. 10:02ET 27-05-11

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