Hi guys! Buffy here.
Over the past few years, I've noticed the amount of vandalism from unknown/unregistered users has continued on this wikia so I have decided to put my foot down and now only verified users can edit pages. Hopefully the vandalism stops with this measure.
Just a few updates for all of you regarding the wikia -
I'm sure the new owner and I truly do appreciate every person who tries to improve this wikia in every way they can.
I've noticed people attempt to add new pages just to meme and things but they have been delt with and if we could leave that in 2019, I'd appreciate it.
Regarding the multiple people complaining about spoilers on here; there is now a warning on the main page of the wikia and we will not hide spoilers here for the whole series, you read this site at your own risk with full knowledge that there will be spoilers so no need to cry in the comment section about it because you brought it on yourself.
Anyway, I hope you all had an amazing Christmas and New Year and happy…
hi evreyone i'm a huge fan of the enemy series, but onething that buggs me is the deaths. deaths like Arren,Josh,Jack. are fine. but the ones like Courteny. she didn't even get last words she just got killed. so whats you're least favorite death mine is Bam or Couteny. ALSO I JUST READ THE FRIST AND SECONED AND THIRD BOOK NO SPOILERS. *sniff* i got spoiled about dognut's death ):
Hey, guys, I've been on this wiki for almost a year editing the wiki and trying to make sure that everything looks as it should and I hope to keep it up for a lot longer. Hopefully, we'll get a lot more people to edit the wiki soon so it doesn't just rely on one person.
Hey there, MetroTech here. I'm a great fan of The Enemy series, if not the biggest fan, then the second biggest. I wanna know your guys' favorite and least favorite moments of the series, of every book even. Keep it within the first four books. The Enemy, The Dead, The Fear, and The Sacrifice. I'll give you mine; Favorite(s):The Dead: The Battle of Lambeth Bridge. The Enemy: Achilleus and Just John's fight. The Fear: I like a lot of parts in The Fear, but Chapters 59 and 60 make up my favorite part. The Sacrifice: Probably When Ed's crew is going from The Cathedral to the other side of the Millennium Footbridge. That or when Shadowman kills Bluetooth. Least Favorite(s):The Dead: Bam and Jack's deaths. The Enemy: Jester picking up DogNut's …
Clayton was scavenging the shopping centre for supplies, alone which he knew was a stupid idea since the shopping centre was full of the grown-ups who once looked after them, fed them and even sometimes breastfeed them if they were too young, were gone.
They were turned into horrible deformed cannibalistic creatures who would eat anything on sight, cats, dogs, children, themselves, you name it and this made them a big threat to Clayton and his friends who were living at the church to fend themselves off the grown-ups.
He was a 15 year old boy with pale skin, freckles and brown curly hair who always wore a black hoodie with an Nike Logo on it and was also blood stained with blood of grown-ups and even some kids who tried to attack him and his…
I've noticed that there are many stubs and unproffesional pages on this site. Since this is my favorite book series, I'll be doing my best to fix up this wiki. I've already made one major edit to the Jester page and theres plenty more to come.
Okay, this is for people who have finished the Sacrifice as well as the first three books: so SPOILER ALERT! Since the ending of Book 4, you've got to be wondering what Book 5 will be. Please comment your ideas
There is a badge that requires 10 different blogs to earn. This will be the 10th blog now. This will help all wiki users who are ambitious obtain this badge. Though remember this isn't as easy as it sounds.
We are getting more and more fanon stories. Will anyone start up the fanon wiki?
Will Small Sam fulfill his role according to Matt? Will the Kid be the sacrifice? Will Matt return? Discuss your theories now.
I figured that there should be plenty of other series out there that are about kids with no help from adults. Lets each add a series that is like that, ok?
Are love interst a good thing? I mean, Arran died b4 he could have a love interest. Yet, Blue goes out to Max for the love (not yet happening though). Jack and Frederique die. Brooke and Ed get seperated. And Dognut and Courtney die. Is love a good thing in this world anymore?
Hasn't everybody noticed that the one character that ctands out the most in a group (yes a group, the solos seem to survive) always die? Higson says that is due to the fact that he wants to make everyone suprised when he shows them no one is safe. Yet, if we find 2 characters most of the time the second character survives. The exception being FEAR when Courtney, my choice, died. Let me know what u think of this theory.
It is most likely something may happen involving St. George's army. Let others know how you feel.
The Enemy: Fanfiction - Chapter 1 The Cinema
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"Rosie, come on," said the tall girl, dragging a teary-eyed child behind her. "But mummy will come back, I swear!" The older girl half-smiled at Rosie, and hugged her close. "Mummy isn't coming back for a long time, Rosie," whispered the girl. Clenching her old, worn out Teddy bear, Rosie followed behind her older sister, still mumbling about her mum. The girl lead her to a cinema, coated in dust and soot. "It's me, Victoria, let me in," said the older sister, banging on the door. It opened with a creak, revealing a short, young boy, with greasy hair and holding a knife in his trembling hand. "Is there any news of what happened to Danny?" asked Victoria. "Carl went out ea…
There will b some time b4 the final book, so let's c if there's a possibility of a cure. Remember to comment please.
The Enemy: Fanfiction - Prologue
The mother stood outside, sniffing the air. She clenched a blunt knife in her hand. The boils bubbled on her skin, oozing out a yellow slime. Brown spit trickled down her chin as she smelled the raw scent of meat. Moving meat, the type she and her army had been tracking down over the months the disease had struck. She could hear them whispering inside the caravan, their voices hinged with fear. A smile crawled across her cracked lips.
"Their out there, you know!" a croaky male voice said.
"I can hear them." a young girl squealed.
"I know, I know!" a older female whispered.
"Maybe we should attack-"
Right at that moment, the mother layed all her weight against the glass door. The glass smashed, and the kid…