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Perhaps Zombies deserve an article of their own? Skellies only mentions, so no sense redirecting there, makes people confused. --CaptainDP 10:12, 26 October 2007 (PDT)

When I modified this redirect, I also updated the skellies page to include zombie info. See also Brigands vs. Barbarians...same type of issue, with the only difference between the two types of bots being SF vs. rumble. --Epimetheus (t/c) 11:10, 26 October 2007 (PDT)
This page was tagged with a {{R with possibilities}} (Usage) because it is possible that it may need it's own article at some point. If you feel that it would be better to create a separate article, you are more then welcome to start one. -- Cedarwings (t/c) 12:21, 26 October 2007 (PDT)

Are there still zombies or were they removed?....Just a question T rex75 02:50, 15 March 2008 (PDT)

Well, I just fought them yesterday. --Alfwyn 05:51, 15 March 2008 (PDT)

Whoever came up with separate articles for skellies and zombies had a bad idea. There is much information to be kept in sync between the two and each is accruing unique information and style that make them unwieldy. Shouldn't we make some effort to consolidate the common parts in something like a Fray article? Chupchup 20:37, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

I'm starting to notice this with the skellie, werewolf and zombie articles now; minor changes need to be reflected in 3 places. I wonder if it's worth looking at consolidating some of the fray stuff as you suggested. This could be a fray article which each page links to (and might contain a list of messages for each monster), or it could just be a shared fray template (eg. {{AboutFray|Skellie}}) to replace the fray section. --Therobotdude 21:51, 31 October 2013 (PDT)

Handless Zombies

I think the article could use a picture of zombies that have lost their hand after the fray. This can be a difficult picture to get though. I saw some zombies without a hand leaving after a particularly large and easy fray.--Plng 05:27, 15 January 2009 (UTC)


I added two factchecks to the article during its rework, in case anyone knows the answers:

  1. Do we know whether only surviving pirates can win a map, or is it all pirates?
  2. According to this article, summoners used to be more likely to win maps - which release changed this?

Edit: Also if anyone has any of the following screenshots they'd be helpful on this page:

  • The message zombies say when there are too many humans
  • Any more defeat-remarks
  • Anything else zombies say

Cheers. --Therobotdude 18:54, 25 September 2013 (PDT)