R2D, owned by PlaceRebuilder, is a game where you can battle zombies and survive campaigns on varies maps. There are many exciting things you can do in this game like being zombie to kill all of the survivors or be a survivor and survival the hordes of zombies. There's also huge updates that are coming soon so don't miss out on R2D and follow PlaceRebuilder's twitter account, XelPixels, for update notices. We also have a group called Reason 2 Die Community which tells you all details about the game. The fun fact about this game, it's very challenging to win the campaigns. You also have vests and items to help aid you in campaigns and you can do whatever you want with them. Each zombie has it's own skill to fight the survivors during the campaigns. Here's the list of zombies: Zombie, Bomber, Crawler, Hunter, Smoker, Fire Breather, Tank, and AI Zombies. There's also a list of maps where different campaigns will be held: News Bloxcoast, Cave In, Campfire Chaos, Dead Vacation, No Mercy, and much more. So please support the group and have fun at Reason 2 Die! 15:40, October 9, 2014 (UTC)iiDopeDanny73.183.241.59 15:40, October 9, 2014 (UTC)

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The VisualEditor

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Quick tips

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Choosing an editor

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Setting Meaning
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Classic rich-text editor
(where available)
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