Breakout: Convicts vs Zombies

Cell 6: Ticket to Freedom vs Free Pass to Hell

Regroup at Safehouse
Attacked by zombies and zombie child
Got shot in friendly fire
Orphan girl bailed on us and flipped the minivan
Picked up the old guy and his grandson
Got the the outskirts of the Airport
Zombies in large ammounts (refugee camp turned zombie buffett)
Made dash for one of the hangers
Orphan girl died
Radio contact with the watch tower
Possible to use the Copter to get ourselves and the other people stranded out
Devise a plan to fuel the Heli, distract zombies and make it out alive
Troy and Levon scavenge and build a pip bridge to other hangers
breaks at second hanger scope out
Levon runs up the side of the building with rope while zombies try and chase him
Troy is strained overnight on the other building
Reopens the window and a new type of crazie comes out
He fights the odd crazie until Leveon shows it with an improvised shotgun shell
The thing falls the 15 feet to the ground and walks off on all fours
Levon finally realizes the things chest is up and it’s backside is towards the ground even though it’s head is ‘upright’ and it’s limbs are elongated.

Cell 5: Hidden Caches vs Zombie Intelligence
Session on 30 July 2012

As I drove back to our new safe house I had to admit it turned out to be a good day. I pulled down the visor and found some CDs. I whistled when I found a CD by Ice Cube, The Predator album seemed kind of out of place and made me wonder how old the preivous owner was. I flipped forward and played “It Was a Good Day”. It had been, we killed some zombies but hadn’t been in any major danger. Found some food, made a friend… even got a chance to settle up with that Weasel Ricky. Guess I should go into a bit more detail though…

Cell 5 Full version

Rewarded 3 XP

Cell 4: Bugout & Martial Law vs Devil dogs & Fallen Comrades
Session from July 12 2012

Crawling back into the front seat of the station wagon after kicking a dog out of the back seat, it had gone crazy and looked half dead which wasn’t what I expected to be doing when we left the Heavy Machinery dealership and garage. I hit the dash board in quick sucession and Troy was quite but a bit nervous. I looked out the side mirror and Thomas was still driving the Minivan behind us. Things didn’t go as planned to say the least. In short they had gone to shit real quick.

Cell 4 Full version

Rewarded 3 XP

Cell 3: Fortification vs Classification
Session from July 2, 2012

C-Note rubbed his eyes and heard the dog whine next to him. He reach down and scratched the dog’s head and behind its ear which got the whine to stop. Sighing he leaned back. He felt tired, they had found someplace to sleep and fortified the position, but he had also seen a new type of Crazy and this one seemed more intelligent. What puts man apart from feral beasts is the ability to think and use tools. What happens when humans go feral? You outsmart them. But what do you do when someone who should be feral has a glimmer of intelligence left plus bullets don’t stop him like the normal feral humans try to kill you. What’s worse? You realize it heals up a bullet would in under five minutes. I guess I should backtrack a bit it’ll help me figure this out maybe.

Cell 3 Full Version

Rewarded 3 XP

Cell 2: Evasion and Resupply vs Infection and Quarantine
Session 2 on June 10th 2012

We weren’t in a foreign country in a way I felt like it though. We needed to evade and we needed supplies to survive. Today ended rough for some but we were alive although some had had their morality or faith in society shattered. I felt like I was behind enemy lines, not because I was an escaped prisoner but because of the way people had been acting some were crazy and were biting while others were just crazy since they were just killing people at random. What had started on the bus wasn’t new it was happening all over the place we found out and it the populace needed to be contained and the threat quarantined. That meant this infection was spreading.

Cell 2 Full Version

XP Awarded from the two sessions: 5xp (2 & 3)

Cell 1: Jailbreak vs Just a Little Cough
Session 1 June 4th 2012

If you asked me this morning if I’d be more concerned about if someone had a little cough or an opportunity to get out of jail as a fugitive that would probably not be caught anytime soon. I’d say hey, “Jailbreak yeah man.” I’d have been just as surprised as you that I am currently more concerned about that ‘little cough’. I’m not the one that had the cough but it’s defintely on my major concerns list so that I’m not dying… yet.

My name is Levon Jenkins, people call me C-Note, I’m currently a convict who was in transit to the regional prison medical facility in Midlands Texas which is part of this big regional prison facility program; that was until everything hit the fan and reality kind of seemed to have gone sideways on me.

I’m also staring down the barrel of a Glock 9 mm at two guys that look like a farmer and some tourist that have another convict pressed up against the wall while he tries to push them away with a shotgun before they bite him. There’s a dead or dying prison guard next to me and another one over a mauled prisoner eating his face. There was a camera man on the bus that looked pretty tore up but I just put a bullet in him so I’m not too worried about him currently trying to kill me. I know this probably sounds like I’m a really messed up guy trying to escape right? The back door to the prison bus I’m standing in still is open and swinging behind me… I guess I should explain a little bit more before you pass judgment on me, you are entitled to your own opinion but you should probably hear the whole story first.

Cell 1 Full Version

Session paused due to time: Xp Award pending.

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The Jessup Corrections Facility is a medium security prison with a special case/transfer facility for temporary holdings in Eastern Texas. Prisoners from around the state are sometimes sent here to get access to specialized medical treatment, psychiatric care, or if they need to make regular visits to the nearby medium-sized city. Prisoners awaiting trial are also housed here. It is also the facility that often hosts reporters, documentary film crews, etc… They have been on psuedo lock down for several days due to outside activities, but communications into the prison have been restricted.

Many corrections officers have called in sick, resulting in a lower staffing level. After a couple days of limited activity, a high-profile judge has ordered that court cases resume even though there are some medical emergencies cropping up around the county and state. Hence a resuming of transportation with a skeleton crew of security.

It started on a prison transport bus enroute to the courthouse/police station. During the 2 hour drive, things are going down. Yeah, its was recipe for disaster but an opportunity good or bad is still a chance to survive.


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