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"Lt John H. Davidson Diary - 17/09/09
Due to London burning down, we had to leave our positions and retreat with the rest of the population. They all hope to move to the Continent but even after 4 days waiting on the coast, we are still waiting for them to show some signs of life. Some think that the United Kingdom has been put in quarantine, but some are convinced that the infection has already spread overseas. Personally, I'm sure about one thing, the commodity shortage is becoming serious. Specimens not only chew our flesh and soul, they also kill our lands Through this arid environment, we are heading to and old pumping station, with hopes to resupply our water containers. I smell blood and death. Specimens are close. Here begins our waterworks."
- The easiest place to hold is the main pump room (with the VW bus buried in sand at the center). From the raised platform, there will be a weldable door on the left, a set of stairs exiting on the right, and another weldable door in the far-right hand corner (next to a Trader room). Position someone on the raised platform and another person in the right "hallway". The person on the platform can watch the left-hand door and the bluish tunnel below you. The person on the right can keep an eye on the stairway and weldable door. While it can be done with 2, it's best with 3 or more. It's also relatively equidistant from almost all of the Trader rooms.
- Patriarch tactic requires everyone gather at the top of the platform (although slightly spread out to avoid rockets damaging more than 1 person). Pipe bombs work wonders here. Also keep in mind that his rockets can go through the VW bus windows, so don't rely on hiding behind that.
Bugs and exploits
- In the generator room, you can move into the generator's gap and you will not be harmed by specimens.