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We spoke to Dr. Wasteland, the heroic healer who became a legend in DayZ’s early days

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Saving lives instead of taking them.

From its beginning as a mod for Bohemia Interactive’s realistic shooter Arma 2, zombie survival sim DayZ was defined by the tales of its players. In forum posts and game diaries, they recorded gripping stories of life and death. When we spoke to DayZ originator Dean Hall in May of 2012, he said, “I guess I’ve always been really passionate about this whole idea of creating persistent worlds, and real, true emergent gameplay. And letting the players come up with the stories. Storytelling is ancient, you know?”

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