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Deni Zubin

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Looking forward to Zombies Run 5.0 tomorrow!!!!!
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Season 5 starts on my bday!!!!
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Jo Lauck (Lumeth)

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Who has registered for the Zombies Run Virtual Race upcoming in 2016??
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+Helge Foerster I was surprised when I checked the sizing chart -- Normally women's sizes are uncomfortably tight for me (or don't fit at all), but they had a size that fell into the range of what was loose enough that I could feel comfortable wearing it.  i.e. Sizes seemed reasonable!  Fingers crossed that they run true to size, though.  And, there's always an option without the t-shirt.... :D   Besides (in my opinion) it's fun to have the additional storyline for the race.  Plus, I'm a bling addict.....
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scott stewart

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anyone else having this issue, 

I was listening to season 4 radio, and re listening to season one when i lost them and they will not down load again keeps on saying download failed response
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Moody Tang

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any No.5 will run the Kyoto Marathon in next Feb?
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scott stewart

Role Playing  - 
 
Another day to breath fresh air is a good day, i still can't believe head office sent us this golden boy, you know the type, most likely to get us all killed only to save the day by the skin of his teeth, he is supposed to have supervisor status that means he came from section zero the most populated zombie related area. I don't like him being here nothing good can come from this hotshot.  One day his luck will end and it will end up killing us all.

This is 9lives crossing guard of London Ontario Canada
hoping to live long enough to write another page 
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scott stewart

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Before all this i got job being a crossing guard not bad hours good pay and even a dental plan of course I though the worse thing that might happen to me was maybe a rude child, hell i might get hit by a car. I never in my life I would have thought zombies would be an issue. Or once the word went to hell I would end up with weapons and survival training. I'm still a crossing guard, in my yellow safety vest now made from body  Armour (head to toe covered in the stuff), my stop sign now sharp enough to cut right through skin and bone.  My weapon of choice a modified hand cannon rigged with a silencer.

As I said before I'm still a crossing guard instead of crossing kids across the street i cross anyone whom can pay my employer in form or another through my section of the city I am one of five crossing guards that live in section five of a ten mile radius. Get everyone to point a to point be protecting them from, raiders, cultists, cannibals (That's all we need humans that eat other humans) and of course the undead, yay.

I guess i cant complain yhea I have to live in my section but the pay is still good given a good office with hot water, fresh food and enough games and note books to keep me busy on my off times, so no complaints.

This is 9lives crossing guard of London Ontario Canada hoping to live long enough to fill another page.
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Helge Foerster

Season Three  - 
 
Lots of calming plants are growing near by the river at this time of the year.
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Sorry I haven't been here for a while. . . Been really busy...plzplz make a season 4 section...lots to talk about!
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Added. :)
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Rute Canejo

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Hi all looking for some help. Finally started up seadon 2 agsin where I was forced to stop wgen I got pregnant. Finished 5k...again. ..which mesns tgat I only just how started using the new app and the new zombies link website.
Here's my problem, the app works great all my previous runs and my new runs show up. BUT on the website NONE of my runs show up and on the classic website only my 5k runs show up. What's going on??? 
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Hummm gonna contact tech support then. Thank u do much for your help
Valerie! Happy running! :-)
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Midnight Skye

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Looking around this forgotten village, I relived old memories i wished I could forget. It wasn't fair, but what could I do? I didn't know. A soft chuckle escaped my cracked, dry lips. My eyes closed, falling to the ground yet again. I was a runner, fairly new, but after many months of staying in my new home of Abel Township, I felt happier than before the outbreak. I felt at home, at peace, like i was finally important to someone, or some people..

Tears rolled down my cheeks. I walked through what used to be my home. A stuffed rabbit lay beside a broken motorbike. A pair of headgear was beside a broken jar of Marmite. Medicine bottles sewn throughout the place. An old file was also on the grounf, ruined and unimortant now. Another chuckle escaped me, laughing before the storm of cries. I couldn't stop. It was my fault...it was my fault...

Sam...Maxine...Evan...Sarah..Molly...Ed...Jack, Eugene..Why...I'm all alone..heh..I miss all of you..I blubbered under my wet breath. They tried to protect me, yet it was all in vain...now...the last of the survivalists have died off from this township, either Zombies or took the "kind" offer of refuge in New Canton. I clenched my fists and screamed as loud as I could. Why did I let them defend me when I was supposed to protect them?!

Idiots...!! You died because of  my mistake!! Why didn't you listen to me?! I screamed into thin air. I didn't care anymore. I cried hard and long..but not before i heard the moans of the undead nearing me. I stood up and grabbed as many supplies as i could into my bag and ran. I was slightly blinded by the salty tears, but i had to keep running...that's what i was meant to do. I decided I was going to live on my own..and live how they would wast me to live. I gave my supplies to the nearest, and most needy, settlement, before running off again. I stayed at an old shed that was abandoned years ago, before the outbreak. I laid on the highest, strongest point before sleeping that night.

I still regret that day..as if it were yesterday or the present..New Canton somehow lured many zombies towards us during the night while managing to take down our gates and security. I grabbed my trusty ax and rifle, along with a bow and some arrows. My closest of friends were by my side every step of the way, evacuating and protecting the people while killing the oncoming horde. I told them to leave everything to me when there were no more than five or six..but no..

I awoke with a start. My hands covered my eyes, more tears. Luckily, morning came, and the zombies were away from my location. I ran back to Abel again, to gather supplies for the other settlements for the day. Afternoon arrived sooner than expected, and i saw a few zombs heading my way. i stood at that spot, staring at them. This was my greatest regret.

There they were, in their zombified states, still wearing their gear when they helped me fight..I smiled softly, but saddened tears fell s i raised my rifle at their heads.

I love you guys so much...I thank you for giving me the home, love, and security i always wanted and needed..I choked as their moans gradually came closer to my position. I'll see you in the next life...I'll bury you somewhere nice..I..I'm so sorry...

Before I knew it, their bodies were on the ground..I wanted to join them so badly, but in a mixture of voices, I heard them cheering me on, supporting me to keep living and help the others from this tragedy...I nodded at their invisible help, and grabbed my supplies, running again.

I am Runner 5 I thought And i will not give up


Because I know that they still believe in me 
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Terry Meyers

Radio Abel  - 
 
Anybody have a list of the names of the clips for Season 1? 

I was 3/4 of the way through Season 1's radio mode when ZR4 came out. I was just told by support that there's no way to transfer that progress into ZR4 other than by simply starting S1 radio mode and just letting it run until I get close to my other clips. It'd be nice to have a complete list so that I can stop this particular run at the right time.

Thanks!
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I was working my way through S1 radio separately so I heard all the clips, sounds like I'll have to start again. Not sure I can bear S2 radio again though, so dull
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A running game and audio adventure for iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android with story delivered straight to your headphones www.ZombiesRunGame.com This community page was created by a fan. It is not official, nor have I received permission. However, one of the producers of the game, has been assigned a moderator.
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Korynn Warthen

Radio Abel  - 
 
Quick question. I've finished season one (including radio mode) and have now started Season two. Nine missions in, and Radio mode still doesn't begin after mission completion. Did I miss something in an update? I have pro access if that helps at all.
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Update: Un-installing and re-installing the entire app seemed to fix it for now. 
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Vladirsaulus

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I have a little issue: When I do an "air-drop" mission, it always appears as "not completed" in the run log. Does anyone why is that?
Thanks in advance!!
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Hernán Sarmiento

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Hey guys,

I'm master of science student and I'm doing a usability evaluation for zombies run. Please, help me with this questionnaire

http://goo.gl/forms/uk7pPuK9cj

Thanks a lot!!
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thanks you +Rute Canejo  :)
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scott stewart

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He is a Mountie a fucking Mountie, cream of the crop, no wonder HQ is falling over themselves trying to impress them, also explains the rumor mill  going full tilt, kitKat says she heard that he is going to replace the boss, damn i know the old man is up their but that show how valuable he is, one of the sad truths of the apocalypse is that the good, the bad they die young, we all die young, expect for the boss reaching his age shows how damn strong he is, he has my respect I have his back.

MorrisDay and Time thinks HQ wants to shake things up and have him replace one of the call signs. Sending them back down, damn it is not right everyone of us has earn our spot we fought, we survived and did our jobs. I survived the Red shirt missions. Goldenboy showing up doing squat  and gets a call sign handed to him. i don't think so I am not going to l let him replace  any of  us I don't think so.  We all did our twenty on twenty to get a room at our section office and we all have  been given our call signs and were all going to keep them

This is 9lives a crossing guard for London Ontario Canada
hoping to live long enough to write another page.
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mayday... mayday celebrity internet  frog in danger please help, will give autograph for rescue, I as well have nearly life time supply of Dr. pepper just please help

.... Fribbet J Sanders the iii
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Paul Werner

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Completed mission "Jeffro Complex" #zombiesrun

This one was the 20K (12.41 miles) & I'm glad I survived. It's been a while since I've ran for this long. Oh & one guy kinda took me out of the whole zombie story during my run by riding past me on a unicycle
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Haha yeah, I was getting near the end of the mission & he goes by & I'm just shaking my head
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Midnight Skye

Season One  - 
 
Jolly Alpha Five Niner: A fanfiction

I remember helicopter sounds from the one I was riding, right beside my female pilot, the name escapes me though. I was sitting quietly beside her, headsets sitting comfortably on my brunette hair, blueish green-grey eyes scanning the area we were flying over. The pilot commented ( I don't know if she meant to keep her thoughts to herself or towards me ) about the "city" we passed over. Her words confused me, wondering if we were going to help them or not. I felt sorry for the ones who lived inside of those fences, keeping the zombies away. My thoughts were distracted when she turned her head towards me. She joked about how I knew nothing of what was really going on. This didn't surprise me, no-one tells me anything, much less be friendly, in Mullins Military Base. 

She turned on her radio, contacting a settlement I've only heard of called Abel Township. A shy man replied to her, accepting the permission to land. I knew now we were making  supply drop, which didn't sound like something that needed two people to handle. '_Then again, this is the apocalypse_' I thought to myself. The pilot turned towards me, stating we only brought half of the supplies, lying to the township!

I was surprised, genuinely, by this news. Why would anyone lie, especially in this time of crisis, about the amount of supplies being given to a settlement?! I guess she didn't acknowledge my emotions, because she mocked how I barely knew anything. I glared at her, but then she mentioned something that caught my attention. Project Greenshoot..I remember being told this before I climbed into this chopper. 
  She was about to finish her last sentence when I heard gunshots in the distance. I began to fear for our lives. They were shooting at us! Not from the Township, she stated, but then a loud hissing sound was aimed for us. 

"Who the hell has a rocket launcher?! Who the hell..?!" The pilot began before I jolted forward in my seat. We were hit! I held onto my seat and whatever else i could. My stomach flipped as we fell through the sky. The female called for help, informing Abel we were about three miles from Abel. I cried out as we crashed into something. I held onto the chopper for dear life, but my tongue was too dry to scream. 
  A voice spoke into my ear from the headsets. He was calling out to us. He told us to jump. I took a deep breath, closed my eyes, and jumped. I didn't have time to scream before I opened my parachute. I fell through some trees, getting stuck in a rather large one. I squirmed before unbuckling, landing hard on the ground. My face was scraped, but other than that I was fine. 

The same voice from Abel spoke, but no matter how many times I tried to answer, he didn't seem to hear me. I checked my headsets, sighing annoyed that the microphone was cracked, so that means I couldn't reply. He told me his name was Sam Yao from Abel Township. Sam sounded worried, only guessing that he never faced a problem like this since the outbreak. 

I heard noises and the sound of cracking wood and plants. I was soon obviously informed that I had fallen in a nest of zombies. I looked up. Sam told me to run towards the tower, which didn't seem too far ahead, maybe two or three miles? Then I was told to run. I heard the undead moans coming closer to me, so I did the most logical thing: I ran.

I've never ran faster than before the crash. They were slow zombies, but they were large in numbers, so I ran. On a few occasions, I did stop for a breather, far enough to take one, but close enough to only have a short one. I looked around, seeing supplies scattered on the ground. Deciding I might as well help the people who were helping me, I picked up the supplies and placed them in my hand-string bag. I had picked up a bottle of water, two packs of batteries, a sports bra and a USB key. I hoped they wouldn't see me as a burden on their Township if i brought supplies, but then again..I'm going to be an extra mouth to feed, an extra (possibly cold) shower to another body, another bed..I sighed, but kept my thoughts at bay while running. I was exhausted, but this is better than being dead. As I stopped for my third breathing in what I assumed two and a half miles, I found an old shirt that looked like it was worn and left there by accident. I folded it and placed it in my bag, getting up to run again.

Then his voice came back. He must've saw me running, because he called out to ask if I could. I answered with a yes, but he didn't hear me. He commented on how I was listening to his instructions to got to the tower. Running person was my nickname for the moment, making me laugh slightly as he gave me the instructions on what to do next. He commented on how I was going to leave the forest, but the "small army of zombies" behind me made me worry. He distracted me by telling me of an old saw mill to the east, and from where I was, I saw the large red signs. I nodded, though i doubted he could see me acknowledge him, and headed towards the mill.
  He seemed surprised, at least in my ears, that I had listened to him, feeling calmer about the situation. Another voice, muffled in the background that didn’t seem to sit well with Sam, saying that he can’t ask me something because I could be injured. I checked myself over as quickly as I could, seeing I had no injuries that were major, maybe a few scrapes and that’s it. A woman’s voice introduced herself as Doctor Myers, the only medic in Abel. She apologized as she told me about an old hospital on my route to Abel, asking me to check for medical supplies inside. Sam mentioned a Runner 5, which peaked my interest about this dangerous side-objective. Myers assured Sam of the zombies following the sounds of the crash, which turned into an argument of the one who fired the rocket at my chopper. I didn’t hear him again, like he was being interrupted before he could make yet another argument. Myers informed me of how everyone earns their keep, and how I may not be welcomed inside if I didn’t bring those medical supplies.

I sighed softly, but knew I had to play by the rules in this post-apocalyptic world, and with the medical supplies needed, I guess it wasn’t too much to ask. I checked behind me, relieved that I had out-ran the zombs. I didn’t see them, but their moans weren’t out of earshot. I wandered the floors of this abandoned hospital, picking up more items as I did so. The first I grabbed were two first-aid kits that had to been left in the rooms of patients. I saw a pack of batteries in what seemed to be a child’s room. ‘For toys I suppose’ I thought sadly as I picked them up. Weren’t very many in the pack, but I placed them in the backpack anyways. Another room, looked like an old kitchen for staff, held a tin of food that was dented a bit. I smelled it. It seemed freshly preserved, so I took it with me. A box of light-bulbs was in a supply closet. Again, not very many left, but still valuable. 

Sam’s voice came back after a few minutes, joking about how I had no broken legs. I heard zombies nearby, so I kept my soft chuckling to a minimal. He told me he was going to call me Runner 5, since he didn’t know my real name, and because that Abel lost a runner in this hospital, making me nervous walking around a large grave..if I could even call it that. He started describing “her”, assuming his Runner 5, in a way you would suspect that they were either together or he had been in love with her. It saddened me how he lost someone he loved in a hospital I was running through.
  A sigh passed through the headsets, the he perked up saying I could be the new Runner 5...if I made it back alive. A nervous laugh passed by my lips, hoping I was going to make it back whole and living. I didn’t know if he was bored, or if he had somehow knew I was wishing company, because he starting talking about the Runners at Abel, and how they were so important. He joked somewhere near the end, about having two legs and walking above a slow shamble. I smiled and closed my eyes for a moment, letting the cool breeze pass through my pony-tail and onto my cheeks. I sighed softly, then started walking again. Sam told me my pace was good, and that I should check the ground floor, since zombies were in the parking lot, for anything official-looking. I nodded silently, even though he couldn’t see me, and started back towards the bottom floor. 

As I walked down the hallway, I stumbled upon a large box, which read CDC. I couldn’t remember what the initials meant, but I knew it was important. I held it in my arms, since my bag would get too heavy and hurt my back, and walked around. I looked around for more supplies, but they were either useless or rotten. I walked out of the hospital the back way and rounded the building, deciding it was safer to walk around the zombies than to try to escape through them. It was only after a minute that Sam came back onto my headgear. 

He greeted me happily, saying I was on the cameras, though my figure was blurry. I smiled and waved, not seeing where the cameras really were. He soon questioned the box in my arms and called the Doctor over to see what I had found in the hospital. I looked at the box. CDC apparently meant Centers for Disease Control, feeling stupid for not knowing the initials. Myers ignored Sam’s question as she told me to protect this valuable box with my life. Holding close to my chest, I nodded, determined to keep it safe. Suddenly, Sam wondered about a shadow somewhere. I turned behind me. My eyes widened. Sam had read my thoughts. They were following me! He told me to run..and so I did. 

I ran as fast as I could. Most of them were walking, but one...just one..was catching up to me. I grew afraid and ran faster. Sam reappeared, questioning why the zombies were fast, calling me Runner 5 again while telling me they’re gaining. Doctor Myers told me to put on a burst of speed since I was nearing the gates. They couldn’t be anymore than a half mile away, since I could see it from my position. I couldn’t think anymore as I ran, but hearing the voice of a suddenly saddened Sam brought me back to my senses. He told me the one running towards me was the old Runner 5. I knew that she must’ve been very close to Sam, or something around it, and that she was extremely fast. A new voice joined in, introducing himself as Runner 7, head of Runners. He encouraged me to keep running. I nodded yet again, but a moan was right beside my ear. Runner 7 told me to not look back, for she was right behind me. 

Her horrifying moans were right next to me. A high-pitched cry escaped me lips, running as fast as I could. My breaths were heavy and hard. My legs were about ready to give out from under me. My vision was blurry from the brown hair falling in front of my eyes. She was still on my tail, but I couldn’t give up! I had to make it!

“I can make it! Please keep the gate open!” I cried out to myself, not caring who heard me anymore. Gunshots rang passed me as i approached the Township. Someone told me to run again, so putting on a burst of speed, i ran towards the township. I heard the zombie Runner that was behind me moan louder than before, then Sam came onto the radio, distraught to see his former lover/crush be shot, Doctor Myers assuring him this is how she wanted things to end. I stopped in front of the gates as Sam instructed them to be lifted, in which I walked inside.

My body was covered in sweat, my legs ready to give in from under me. I panted like a dog, tired even, but still felt i needed to run. When the people started to crowd around me, talking over one another, I felt like a tiny kitten being backed into a cage corner. Someone came from the crowd, thank god it for being Sam, and ordered everyone to move away, understanding I need to take in the area. I heard someone whisper about Project Greenshoot in a hush whisper. I ignored it for the most part, too tired to think anymore.

Later that day, when the sun was setting, they gave me a bed to sleep in. Sam had kept a close eye on me, as well as Doctor Myers, checking my vitals and seeing I was taken care of. I gave them all of my supplies. I didn’t want any of it, even when they insisted I take a bottle of water. I smiled and told them I owed them everything I earn for giving me a place of rest and some food to eat. As the head of Runners, which I learned his name was Evan, led me to the housing area where Runners sleep, some townspeople sneered at me, calling me a freeloading bitch and “the replacement Runner”. I was saddened by this, but Evan reassured me that they would get used to me soon enough.
  I lay in my bed that night, tears freely falling down my silent cheeks. I felt like I had taken the place of a once-beloved Runner. I felt like I had taken away something the Township had for a very long time, even though it was even my fault she was undead...I hugged the slightly dirty blanket and closed my eyes. I let out a sigh and fell slowly to sleep, hoping that I can show the people I’m a good person...or at least show I’m not pretending to be anyone or anything. I will be a good Runner..I owe them this much. 

[ Source: The Runner’s Guide by Six to Start and Naomi Alderman, My personal Run Logs. All credit of characters and story plot go to the creators of the game. The Runner 5 in this fanfiction is of my own creation. Added parts of this story is of my creation also. ]

( This is my first time writing this, so if I need to make some changes or add/take away anything, please let me know! I also like feedback to see if this is any good or not..sorry for sounding selfish, I hope you enjoy the story! ) 
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Paul Werner

Season One  - 
 
 
I found out that "I Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" by Frankie Valli is by far (to me) the creepiest song to have zombies chase you by. I had this come up today as I had to evade zombies & kept thinking of a zombie singing this to me as I was trying to run away
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