• Commander Keryev


    oh boy, what an entrance.

    I'm definetly not the most popular on the wiki, and I know I've been gone for a long time, and I'm kinda sorry for past me, but now I'm going to try to be helpful. Here's my steps towards being a actual proper helper outer:

    • Update Classic and/or Antique pictures
    • Add information(better information)to the Antique weapon pages
    • Add Antique and/or Classic(maybe even 3.0 or 4.0) locations
    • Just be around
    • maybe edit normal stuff?

    Hopefully I get most of this done by the end of the year, but it's likely to be done by around March 2018. I'm just not sure, what with working on some other side projects.

    As for now, it's just going to be like it used to be, except calmer.

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  • Commander Keryev

    Long live the loser.

    November 24, 2017 by Commander Keryev
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  • LocalDisk


    November 10, 2017 by LocalDisk
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  • AllTheAmendments

    Not yet dead.

    October 28, 2017 by AllTheAmendments

    I've been working on a large map, and I have to say its going pretty nicely. Anyways the real reason I'm posting this is because I need a bit of help with ideas on what to populate the map with. Summary of the map is: Archepeligo in the Pacific Ocean, Huge Coalition Headquarters/Refugee Camp (Safezone) where Airdrop cargo planes can land, refuel, and restock. Many Survivors from all over the Pacific try to navigate to the Coaltion Headquarters. Many do not make it, so there are many shipwrecks and ghost ships. 1 major city, 3 towns, 2 oil rigs, 2 volcanos, 1 pre-infection ship graveyard and one Russo-American Joint research faclity. With that being said, what can I add to make it more immersive and intesting?

    BTW, I don't know what location…

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  • MoltonMontro

    • Shadowstalker
    • Shadowstalker Mk. II
    • Nykorev
    • HMG
    • HMG (Fighter Jet)
    • Hell's Fury
    • Dragonfang
    • Matamorez
    • Grizzly
    • Ekho
    • Timberwolf
    • Tank Cannon
    • Rocket Launcher

    • Explosive Arrow
    • Rail
    • Shadowstalker Mk. II Drum
    • Military Fragmentation Magazine
    • HMG Box

    (iirc these work still, unlike vehicle explosions ramming which was patched out)
    • Claymore
    • Landmine

    • Demolition Charge
    • Precision Charge

    • Fragmentation Grenade
    • Snowball
    • Sticky Grenade
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  • LocalDisk


    October 6, 2017 by LocalDisk


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  • Captain Pitzzadude

    So yeah I'm back. My series talking and analyzing guns and weapons in Unturned was... well... uncomplete and soon shall be completed, or should I?? Just tell me dudes, must I complete le series or just stick with the ol' edit stuff in wiki thing? You do the voting.

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  • ImCrazyGerjan

    IM BACK!!!!

    September 22, 2017 by ImCrazyGerjan

    Im back and i really want to be usefull so give me a todo list for the wiki xD

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  • MoltonMontro

    Because everyone loved the almighty greatness of an explanation that was Bricks in Vaccines - Explained!, I bring to you... Svalbard Seedbank in Germany - Explained!

    Crop Trust is founded in 2003, which also implies that the apocalypse in-game occurs sometime after 2003 (or voodoo magic).

    In 2006, Crop Trust works with the Government of Norway and the Nordic Gene Bank to design a massive seed bank. However, the Nordic Gene Bank knows that Norwegian law would prohibit the storing of genetically modified seeds at the vault, so a deal is made that has the Government of Norway continues to fund most of the facility while Crop Trust functions as a middle-man to have it operate outside of Norway by the Government of Germany (or whatevs' C:).

    To make transitioning the…

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  • MoltonMontro

    The best way to revert vandalism (if it is not possible to just Undo the revision) would be to go to the article's History section, which can be reached by one of the following methods:

    • ?action=history at the end of the page link
    • click "History" from the Edit drop-down button
    • hit +

    From there, you can go back in history and choose the revision of the page before it was vandalized by clicking on its date/timestamp. After that, just hit (or hit the Edit drop-down button) and publish the original revision.

    Although I sometimes forget when I Undo a single revision of vandalism, it is always good to have the Summary box indicate that you reverted vandalism.

    In some cases, it is less so vandalism (but still a bad thing) than it is people "editing in good faith."…

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