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You will find all of the must reads in here, make sure you look at everything, the password to the character application is within one of the threads.

Sub-boards: Announcements, Basics

11 41 The Zombies
by Thyra Henriksen
Mar 11, 2013 12:20:47 GMT -8
No New Posts Character Information

Enter to find pending, accepted and denied applications. Along with the App itself, the face claim, and the character directory.

Sub-boards: Pending, Work in Progress, Northwest Survivors, Northeast Survivors, Midwest Survivors, Southwest Survivors, Southeast Survivors, Denied Applications, Character Memorial, Diaries

100 180 FACE CLAIM
by Clara Vise
Jul 5, 2013 18:43:41 GMT -8
No New Posts Graveyard

Where all the old threads will retire.

Sub-board: 2012

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No New Posts Plotting

Post here to help develop plans and brainstorm with fellow members.

Sub-boards: Thread Trackers, Wanted!, Site Events

31 175 Da'Mien Thomas Jones plot's
by Da'Mien Jones
Jun 27, 2013 18:23:26 GMT -8
No New Posts Shops

Inside are the In Character Shops, and the Out of Character Shops, it's a place you can spend the money you have earned from posting!

Sub-boards: In Character Shop, Out of Character Shop, Character Inventories

9 30 online review Literally Annoyed
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:32:07 GMT -8
No New Posts Staff

Where staff discussions will take place.

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No New Posts Suggestions

A place where members may contribute ideas to better the site

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by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:35:09 GMT -8
No New Posts Out of Character

All of the out of character fun can be found within

Sub-boards: Absentee Board, Welcome!, Chatting, Faye's Art of Surviving, Game Room, Graphics, Original Writings, Off Topic Roleplay

50 674 Testing Board ;)
by Sophia Tucker
Jun 22, 2013 19:57:08 GMT -8
No New Posts Advertising! - 1 Viewing

Don't post unless you have a place for us to link back.

Sub-boards: First Timers, Link Backs, Interested in Affiliating?

629 728 ONE THOUSAND ARMS, an alternate universe Naruto RP
by Slower
May 25, 2015 22:00:12 GMT -8

Pacific Northwest

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No New Posts Portland, OR

Known once as "The City of Roses". The largest city in Oregon and the second largest city in the Pacific Northwest. It lies about 70 miles from the Pacific Coast. The city straddles the Willamette River 12 miles long. A chancy place to stop by for supplies on your travels.

Sub-boards: Oaks Park, Oregon Zoo, Portland City Hall, Portland International Airport, Rose Garden Arena, St Vincent's Hospital, Saturday Market, Sewers, Sheridan Penitentiary, Suburbs, Tryon Creek, University of Portland

4 70 Locked Doors [open]
by Sophia Tucker
Jun 30, 2013 22:10:36 GMT -8
No New Posts Crater Lake

Crater lake is 5 by 6 miles Its maximum depthis 1,949 feet, but fluctuates slightly as the weather changes. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States, well known for it's deep blue water, and cool air from the surround mountain ranges. The tourist attraction is now a desolate location.

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No New Posts Dandelion Cove

A private beach with a cove that can be entered during low tide. Along the far rocks yellow dandilion-like flowers have bloomed. Nothing to be found here except for some broken seashells and washed up remains of anything that the sea spits back up.

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No New Posts Interstate 5

1,381 miles long, begins at the Canadian border in Blaine, WA and ends in San Diego CA at the Mexican Border. Of course due to the panic in the beginning of the outbreaks, the highway may have traffic jams of empty cars every other off ramp, but you may have to take an early exit and get back on a little later.

3 3 الامارات, سو-ونغ يشتري العطر
by predexantermo
Feb 22, 2019 11:27:39 GMT -8
No New Posts Forests

All along the west coast are acres and acres of forests, its easy to get lost in them, if you're not marking your way out. The forests are silent now, wildlife is scarce, on a lucky day you may find a bird or a rabbit, but for the most part it appears that all wild animals have ran off, just like the survivors are doing.

2 26 Cabin in the Woods
by Makaio "Trust" Memorare
Oct 22, 2012 11:59:54 GMT -8
No New Posts Mount Hood

50 miles from Portland, this dormant volcano sleeps through the virus, and at it's snowy peaks survivors are seeking an escape from the infection.

Sub-board: Timberline Lodge

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No New Posts Oregon Coast

The Oregon Coast stretches for miles and miles, north and south, trails interrupted by wave beaten cliffs, and giant tidal pools, small ocean side communities once flourished during tourist seasons, but now are just driven past in hopes of avoiding any interruptions trying to get out of the cities.

Sub-board: The Rock Lighthouse

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No New Posts Houston, Texas

Houston was the fourth-largest city in the United States of America, and the largest city in the state of Texas.

Sub-boards: Butternut Park, Downtown Mainstreet, Galleria Shopping Center , Gus' Artillery, St. Luke's Episcopal, Oil Feilds, Windhayven Trailer Park

5 50 watch watching Something in the Shadows online
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:25:04 GMT -8
No New Posts Los Angeles, CA

Once home to 18 million people, and with only a dwindling 3% immune, that leaves a lot of infected residents remaining.

Sub-boards: Broadway Tunnel, Fox Hills Mall, Hollywood Wax Museum, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, LAX, Main Streets, The Tower Colony, Venice Beach

9 97 review watching Whoop!
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:45:32 GMT -8
No New Posts Las Vegas, Nevada

The City of Sin, famous for the saying What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas, this will hold true as long as the infected find a satisfyingly amount of sustenance, once they run out they will begin wondering for what else is out there. Survivors may make the mistake of flocking to this city to collect winnings that are not their own, in hopes that the dollar will see value once again.

Sub-boards: The Strip, Bellagio Fountain, Caesar's Palace , Circus Circus, Desert

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No New Posts Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 mile wide, and the canyon is a mile deep. A good place to dump a corpse to make sure it wont be getting back up. At one time families would drive here to take pictures, now it has become a sort of sick burial dumping ground.

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No New Posts Mojave Desert

Midday temperatures range from 100 degrees F to 120, year long. Receiving less than 13 inches of rain a year, the Mojave Desert is one of the deadliest deserts to cross without the proper luxuries, a full tank of gas, AC and lots of water. Even though the desert may make the most sense to travel through in a time of the walking dead, there are still the old fashioned dangers to look out for.

Sub-boards: Interstate 40, The London Bridge

2 82 Home at Last (Hannah)
by Cole Peyton
Apr 10, 2013 11:55:23 GMT -8
No New Posts The Rocky Mountains

The Rockies stretch from British Columbia, all the way to Mexico, quite a challenge to cross if you aren't taking the highways, which may be a struggle to get through with the evacuations and blockades.

1 15 Camping's less fun when everyone wants you dead.
by hopeburnsbright
Jan 22, 2013 3:17:43 GMT -8
No New Posts MCAS Miramar

MCAS Miramar, a marine corps base evacuated before the dead started rising. It was empty until a group of survivors set up a camp and somewhat fortified it. Though it's still a long way from actually becoming a fort, they have made a start.

1 7 Home (open)
by Dmitry Kalinkov
Jan 14, 2013 12:11:22 GMT -8


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No New Posts Chicago, IL

As the third largest city in the U.S, Chicago has it's obvious attractions. But, by having the third largest population as well, the Windy City may still be windy, but for a different reason.

Sub-boards: Downtown, Navy Pier, Wrigley Field

4 23 Cinema Watching Review Un Gigante Sin Cabeza!
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 8:01:32 GMT -8
No New Posts Detroit, MI

Detroit has had seen a significant reduction in crime since the 1970s. This city had the sixth highest rate of violent crime, however it is more dangerous now than ever.

Sub-boards: Comercia Park, Detroit Zoo

by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:58:08 GMT -8
No New Posts Kansas City, MO

Kansas City is the largest city in Missouri and is the anchor city of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.

Sub-boards: Westport, World of Fun

4 30 بسعر مخفض يبيع العطر زيرجوف من أكثر من الكلمات
by predexantermo
Feb 22, 2019 11:43:48 GMT -8
No New Posts Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee is located on the western shores of Lake Michigan, about 90 miles north of Chicago. It is the largest city in Wisconsin and was known primarily for its breweries and being a modern industrial metropolis. The usual smell of malt has been replaced by the rotting stench of corpses.

Sub-boards: Downtown, Miller Park, Milwaukee Public Art Museum

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No New Posts Minneapolis, MN

Nicknamed as the City of Lakes, and the Mill City, this home to nearly 400 thousand people has been nearly wiped clear of all human life. A guarantee for some nonperishable goods, but at what cost?

Sub-boards: Brooklyn Park, Downtown, Mall of America, St. Paul International airport

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No New Posts Norman, OK

Norman is the third largest city in Oklahoma, a pleasant place to raise a family with the good old fashioned values. 50,000 people of the population were made up of students. It was a shamed when they proved no more immune than their elders.

2 2 (الامارات) انتيك الخصم تشتري العطر
by predexantermo
Feb 22, 2019 11:47:15 GMT -8
No New Posts Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City featured one of the largest livestock markets in the world, along with Oil, natural gas and petroleum boosted the local economy once too. Home to 1.3 million people the infection turned this urbanized farming community inside out.

Sub-boards: Bricktown, Penn Square Mall

3 8 بسعر مخفض تشتري عطور هيرميس بواسطة 24 فوبورج - مصر
by predexantermo
Feb 22, 2019 11:16:58 GMT -8
No New Posts Interstate 94

This long stretch of road will get you from the western end of North Dakota all the way into Wisconsin. Additionally, there's countless ponds and lakes right along the interstate, not to mention the occasional corn or bean farm. But be warned, this resourceful highway also runs right through some of the largest towns and cities in the Midwest, which means it is almost certainly the highway people used when travelling during the outbreak.

2 14 Hitchhiker's Guide to the Apocalypse
by Emily Clarke
Jan 24, 2013 23:06:02 GMT -8
No New Posts The Great Plains

Mostly a flat land with the occasional hillside. This may be a decent part of America to take refuge for the outdoorsman. However, do remember that this stretch is part of what is called 'Tornado Alley.' In other words, expect some rather dangerous weather.

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No New Posts Atlanta, Georgia

Sub-boards: Dawson Park, Heaven's Canvas Church, Jacob's Cross, Moye Elementary, Main Streets, Suburbs

3 11 Release In Another Form Get
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:51:52 GMT -8
No New Posts Monroe, Louisiana

A city once of 49 thousand people this eastern city now remains a ghost town of its former glory. A proud community, now turning into rubble in the chaos caused by the outbreak.

Sub-boards: Courthouse , Frenchman's Bend, KQLQ 103.1 Radio Station, Neville High School, Pecanland Mall

3 15 Still a Kid at Heart
by Lily Gordon
Feb 1, 2013 21:57:05 GMT -8
No New Posts Abandoned Farmlands

Land that was fought to keep in families finally have been returned to the earth, since most owners have passed and have no interest in the harvests.

2 11 When in Rome; (Open)
by Jalen Steele
Oct 21, 2012 21:41:53 GMT -8
No New Posts Everglades

This enormous wetland in the southern part of Florida is also the third largest national park in the continental United States.

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No New Posts Fox Creek

A small creek that flows from Atlanta to Savannah, once wildlife rangers would go through quite a bit of trouble to keep the PH balanced, now no one is left to care.

2 5 Old.Thin.Man.2160P.Watch.Full.flv
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:28:31 GMT -8
No New Posts Surrounding Cornfields

3 44 cinema theatrical 2018 Recesses full 109
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:38:53 GMT -8


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No New Posts Lisbon Falls, ME

The hometown of the former horror author Stephen King, and home to the famous Moxie Days, a celebration of the Moxie soft drink. A festival once attended by thousands from around the world each summer.

Sub-boards: Central Maine Medical Center, Downtown, Library, Lisbon Falls High School, Moxie Store, Suburbs

8 24 get.ultra.hd.Samanthology.year.2018.mp4
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:48:27 GMT -8
No New Posts New York, New York

New York was the most populated city in the US, it rested on one of the worlds largest natural harbors. Often referred to as the City that Never Sleeps, with this many infected wandering, it would be hard to even catch nap.

Sub-boards: Central Park, Innercity Apartments, JKF International Airport, Subway, Time Square

5 11 Mr. Calculator review full
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:54:56 GMT -8
No New Posts Washington, DC

America's capital, and where many think they will find the answers to what is happening. But the truth it, DC is just as dead as the rest of the country, and very few people left here, immune, have a title you're looking for, and no one has answers.

2 4 Full Tonde Saitama 720P
by ortoranmora
Mar 4, 2019 7:42:27 GMT -8
No New Posts Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park in Maine features the tallest mountain on the East Coast, and once had many different animal species roaming the park, but still a beautiful scenery.

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No New Posts Niagara Falls

One way to cross the Canadian boarder. The giant waterfalls have been reason to cross the country time and time again.

Sub-board: Underground Railroad

1 5 Welcome to the End.... [OPEN]
by Elijah J. Torrent
Nov 15, 2012 14:46:53 GMT -8


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