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#166 - girguy
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(04/28/2013) [-]
If you do another one of these, explain details about each one instead of just showing us pictures we could find on google images.
#168 to #166 - girguy
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6 pictures...
#142 - undeadwill
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This image has expired
I'm a member of the Zombie Research Society ask me anything.
#157 to #142 - raigen
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Would it be possible to subdue a zombie and have sex with it?
#162 to #157 - undeadwill
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Every time I do this someone wants to know if you can have sex with a zombie.
-sigh-

Yes it is possible for you to put your ding dang in that overripe Who Ha.
But it isn't logistical (condoms) or safe no matter how sure you are. Because frankly condoms decay fast and no new ones are being made.

So yes it is possible just not recommended
#164 to #162 - raigen
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It was a joke, i'm sorry, But legit question, how high is the chance of zombies ever coming into existance?
#170 to #164 - undeadwill
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As in zombie pathogen existing?

Very good.
#172 to #170 - raigen
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Well... ****... I have a metal bat... how's that for a zombie killing weapon?
#178 to #172 - undeadwill
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Its effective but sadly has issues with reliability while the Cold Steel bat, never breaks.
#175 to #172 - undeadwill
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www.coldsteel.com/Product/92BSS/BROOKLYN_CRUSHER.aspx
I've seen it much cheaper else where.
#161 to #142 - twixt
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Anything?
#163 to #161 - undeadwill
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Look below. Yes. Anything.
#176 to #142 - sagedivinity
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What happens when the zombies eat all the people do eh go for the animals too? Do they eat each other
#180 to #176 - undeadwill
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Currently we are sticking with the idea that they eat animals as well as humans. What would happen though? They would equally attack animals and humans so they wouldn't wait for humans to die out first.
What would happen is that evolution would favor winged, small fast, and smart animals over larger ones .

Each other? Its an interesting idea but currently, No. And if they eat each other there is nothing to worry about.
#185 to #180 - sagedivinity
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What's the best way to lead a group or does it depend on who's in it?
#189 to #185 - undeadwill
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Sociology states that while the authoritarian who forces them and gives them orders is effective, makes the people dependent on that leader, when that leader disappears the others are lost. And create hostilities among each other.
A democratic leader ship creates a system of people who while work better together with a leader suggesting a direction and they work on their own toward it.

Some **** like that.

Personally democratic on the basis of specialties and expertise works great in the long and short run as it puts people who are best at their job in a position where that expertise works to its full potential.

Really just depends on the group though.
#192 to #189 - sagedivinity
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Your the man. Thanks for the info.
#194 to #192 - undeadwill
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Its really a great group if you like to join.

Or I can recommend some reading for you.
#196 to #194 - sagedivinity
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Is there a web page or something
#177 to #142 - darrelltwo
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are zombies possible? and if so, how so?
#182 to #177 - undeadwill
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Yes and science*
#183 to #182 - darrelltwo
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(04/28/2013) [-]
no specific explanation?
#186 to #183 - undeadwill
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Pathogens if you like a viral zombie. We are interested in the idea of an Prion but are looking to all types like parasites.

Along with other types.
#188 to #186 - darrelltwo
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i heard that there is already a type of mutated rabies sickness that causes people to act like zombies
#193 to #188 - undeadwill
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Rabies is a perfect zombie pathogen due to the nature of its symptoms however its long incubation period, and slow infection rate have left it a minor threat. Rabies however fluctuates in its symptoms of aggressiveness. Dogs infected with rabies that are social and outgoing, grow aggressive and hostile. While shy dogs grow more and more passive.

So yeah. Science.
#195 to #193 - darrelltwo
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damn, my particular field of study is centered in physics, but the general field of things to do with cells (biology?) is really ******* awesome.
#197 to #195 - undeadwill
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In the ZRS I'm just an combat survivalist. There are much smarter ******* in it than me.
#198 to #197 - darrelltwo
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i guess its just a matter of terminology, as to why i don't understand most of what you're talking about.
#201 to #198 - undeadwill
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incubation period: is how long till you start to feel it. Think of it like drugs or eggs.

infection rate: how many new people get infected. Something like the flu has an high infection rate.

Fluctuates: a variation in result.
#202 to #201 - darrelltwo
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i was speaking about "pathogens" i know they're some type of sickness or something, but i don't know exactly.
#204 to #202 - undeadwill
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Neither do we.
We don't fixate on one virus but rather prepare for the worse and for everything.
#205 to #204 - darrelltwo
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where can i join this? and what are the requirements? can i even join?
#208 to #205 - undeadwill
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You need to login to view this link

Requires about tree fity.
#211 to #208 - darrelltwo
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oh my god! that damn lochness monster fooled me again!
#213 to #208 - darrelltwo
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i'm not sure if you care, or not, but i just created an account. thank you for the information, sir. i am now going to go do other things.
i'm not sure if you care, or not, but i just created an account. thank you for the information, sir. i am now going to go do other things.
#215 to #213 - undeadwill
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To become a member you have to pay a bit but Its well worth it. You get a bitching T-shirt (Not the cheap **** either) and a card
#217 to #215 - darrelltwo
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a bitchin T-shirt?!
#221 to #217 - undeadwill
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Yup. I love mine. Its very warm though but I live in Texas everything is warm.
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#200 to #142 - srhkid
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Hi, um.. what is the best gun to use? Caliber size.. cheapest and easiest to maintain and what not, thanks!
#203 to #200 - undeadwill
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Well....
I prefer the .22 what it lacks.... Everywhere else it makes up in its logistical value (You will always find tons of these rounds everywhere in the country and city) is quieter than many other rounds, lighter round and gun, and its cheap. plus you can split ammo between the pistol and rifle adding to versatility.

Or the 12 gauge. A bigger more well suited to the combat role is great for clearing out indoor threats. Also good logistical value but its shot can be heard for miles.

Really its a matter of preference.
#214 to #203 - srhkid
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Awrsome. Thank you very much man. Have a good one
#216 to #214 - undeadwill
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You wouldn't believe how big scope of guns we look at.
#218 to #216 - srhkid
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As in caliber size? Or length? (sorry, long day)
#220 to #218 - undeadwill
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No. Models, years, variations, add-ons, caliber, designer. List goes on and on.
#209 to #142 - zakaizer
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What would be the best tactics to survive?

e.g. Scavenging, housing, group size/members, society, and that sort of thing
#219 to #209 - undeadwill
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Well first strategy is defining your goal on a long term level, tactic is the short term.

It would take me all night and more than the 1000 characters the comments allow me.

Isolationism is the best strategy in the long term, the base should be defensible but more importantly self sufficient so you are not starving or dehydrated.

My secret to scavenging... Is to raid disputation centers.

Society, is up to the people in your group because doesn't matter what kind of rule you have if they don't respect it.

What else?
#222 to #219 - zakaizer
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Uhh, wow, you really know what you're talking about, okay, test your morality, short term tactic:

Scenario: You send a friend whom you trust to raid a distribution centre, only enough to last the day while you figure out things, 2 hours later, he radio's in saying he needs help, when you get there, you find him on something high up, surrounded by hundreds of zombies (presumably the distribution workers), and now you have two choices:

A) While the zombies are distracted by your friend, quickly and quietly gather the supplies and get out of there, or

B) Attempt to save your friend by taking out the possibly hundreds of zombies, risking everyone's lives (Of course, it depends on what weapons you brought)
#226 to #222 - mizigoth
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This scenario also depends full on what kind of undead we are talking about, Walked dead style retarded push over zombies. I would go make a loud noise about 2 kilometers away and circle back. In the case of a 48 days / left for dead outbreak, EVERYONES BONED **** EVERYTHING SHOOT YOUR FRIEND IN THE FACE AND RUN.
#228 to #226 - zakaizer
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28 Days/weeks later style, the best type of zombies, aggressive, but slow
#238 to #228 - undeadwill
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28 weeks later zombies ran like a bat out of hell.
#239 to #238 - zakaizer
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... What am I thinking of then? Dawn of the Dead, maybe?
#241 to #239 - undeadwill
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Old was slow to my knowledge
New was fast ******* who see a all you can eat after dieting for 28 days
#225 to #222 - mizigoth
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Personally if he did not tell me why he needed the help on the radio "hence makeing me go to the center and discovering it ******" I would not have had time to think of a solution and thus would leave him to his fate.
#224 to #222 - undeadwill
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Not hundreds working there as they will be abandoned but hey god's saying "**** my life" I can deal with it.
I'll assume this is all without gas cars.

1. Get the supplies first off no point in ruining the trip
2. Then distract the undead to get a majority after us while he slips away.
3. Lead the undead for a good chase then when we lose them return to base.
4. await possible horde for a week or two and lay low.
#227 to #224 - zakaizer
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Hmm, fair enough, remind me to not mess with you if we ever meet up, cause you sir, know what's what.
#231 to #227 - mizigoth
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However it is my personal opinion that I could do more to survive by stealing what others had, terrible as it sounds but I am being a realist here.
#232 to #231 - zakaizer
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Well, you're doing what you need to do to survive, I was just curious as to whether you'd place a friend over supplies, I'm not gonna judge you for it
#237 to #232 - undeadwill
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Well depends how useful he is over how useful the supplies are.

If the supplies save more lives and or more important lives I'm going to try to help him but not going to get everyone killed over him.

Its cold but ten dead bodies on the battle field and ten at home isn't going to be good for anyone.

But if he is important I will try to save him.
#229 to #142 - Xyhpon
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I know in a zombie situation it would be a bad idea to have to go melee in the first place, but if you did have to what would be the best suited? I have a variety of very cheap, and therefor unfortunately very useless, blades but among those I have a 24 inch Cold Steel Latin machete which is quite sturdy and easy to swing. For longer range purposes I have a pretty sturdy 4 1/2 foot blade that has quite the weight to it (but no edge) which probably wouldn't be useful at all during indoor encounters. Would it be better to go with something like that or a blunt weapon? As for the sharpness of the machete if its worth it, should it be razor sharp or only enough to keep an edge?
#236 to #229 - undeadwill
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Well Melee is you best choice while it isn't very safe it is quiet and will run out of ammo. It is your primary choice in combat at all times while a firearm is only for anti swarm purposes.

Many people in indoor combat prefer to use knives.

And blunt is considered better because of the little maintenance they need. However they are more effective at killing the under due to the way the work needs less force. Also they weigh less.

Its really a matter of preference. I fancy the lead pipe but what is good for me may not be for others.
#242 to #236 - Xyhpon
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Ahh I see, I have a few combat knives ready if I have to get that close range. I never really understood why blunt weapons would be better than edged, but when maintenance is considered that makes sense. I've always been more of a sword/machete person but I see a lot of arguments against it without any proof.
#244 to #242 - undeadwill
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Sharp edge require a lot of skill as well and cost 5 **** loads more.
#249 to #244 - Xyhpon
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That's what I've heard, the cost is understandable but if we know were to look in a zombie apocalypse its as free as the time you have. As for skill, I don't quite agree, but then again I've never met someone skilled at swinging a sword in the first place. It seems like most skill in sword play is learning to fight other people who have swords rather than cutting things. Again though, I've never met someone who's really good with a sword to judge the difference.
#252 to #249 - undeadwill
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Well If you hit it wrong you can bend or break the blade. and to be able to strike at the neck is hard and unnatural for many bladed weapons that were not meant to fight like that
#258 to #252 - Xyhpon
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You have a point there I suppose, and trying to chop half a skull clean off if you hit them in the head would be less than easy.
#274 to #258 - undeadwill
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Indeed.
#246 to #142 - vatra
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Judge this. I'm taking two, tops three people with me, Machete, .22 riffle, other various weapons, the one person I'm sure to take also has similar access. I can live off land, wilderness training and such. we are heading away from civilization, I think the best place to make a semi-permanent residence is 20 miles from a small to medium sized town, somewhere above the town. I won't hesitate to kill any of my people if they get infected, and I expected the same of them. We will avoid all other people infected or not.
#248 to #246 - undeadwill
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So far so good. May luck be on your side.

You might need to head father out however. The more isolated you are the better.
#250 to #248 - vatra
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Yeah, I thought about that, but I'm trying to find a good point where it is far away, but if absolutely necessary the town is still accessible and considering if it is absolutely necessary then chances are you need to be there and back in a day. A 40 mile round trip is doable but by no means easy.
#251 to #250 - undeadwill
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Well. Would you rather be safe or be able to get to town?
#253 to #251 - vatra
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Yeah, you're right, if I can walk there and back in a day, then the zombies sure as hell can walk out to me. Better move it back to what would be a two or three day trip.
#256 to #253 - undeadwill
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I'd use vehicles but park them far outside of camp like miles out outside camp. Very good for escaping quickly and when not in use, remove the spark plugs or something in the engine to keep it from starting.
#260 to #256 - vatra
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Yeah, I intend to use my jeep, the issue is I can easily see gasoline becoming inaccessible in less than a month. Most people won't be thinking conservation and will just keep depleting and and taking from the caches.
#269 to #260 - undeadwill
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Indeed. Maybe a vehicle that is powered by a form of energy that is renewable?
#272 to #269 - vatra
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Yeah, we very well could have developed those by the time something like this happens, but as it stands i do not possess the necessary mechanical skills to make alterations like that myself.
#275 to #272 - undeadwill
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You could get a horse.
#276 to #275 - vatra
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True, my best friend is amazing with horses.
#277 to #276 - undeadwill
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And you can eat them.
#278 to #277 - vatra
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Lol, there is a chance she'd shoot me if i tried, but if it was already dead she wouldn't be able to argue.
#279 to #278 - undeadwill
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Hey she can't say no.

And I'm not just talking about the horses.
#280 to #279 - vatra
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I think cannibalism is one of the few places I'd draw the line, if we eat people just like the zombies, what is there that even separates us?
#281 to #280 - undeadwill
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I meant rape.
#282 to #281 - vatra
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Pssh, ****** already consensual.
#283 to #282 - undeadwill
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My *****
#264 to #142 - megamind
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is it morally sanctioned to become a marauding lunatic when/if it all hits the fan? if so my first target is using the readily abundant supply of landwhales as live bait.
#267 to #264 - undeadwill
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Well the idea has no long term benefits beside the point.

Basically what ever your own morality will allow you can do. Because lets be honest who will stop you?
#273 to #264 - vatra
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Look at it this way, by that point each person is their own law, I personally will become cold and merciless, willing to shoot anyone, infected or not, if they pose any sort of threat to me, or hinder me or my survival chances.
#259 - alphawolffifteen
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Whoa man...next time please make your comps a little shorter!
#89 - noobiusmaximus
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Am I the only one that immediately thought of PauseUnpause for the first pic?
#102 to #89 - jomibrad
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Nope.
#106 to #102 - noobiusmaximus
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Then well met, fellow Mindcrack fan.
Here have this because reasons
#109 to #106 - jomibrad
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I mostly follow Baj, Zistaeu, Pause and Etho. They're all awesome though.
#107 to #106 - jomibrad
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That's pretty cool.
#114 to #107 - noobiusmaximus
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B-Teams mah favorite ^^
#122 to #114 - jomibrad
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They're hilarious.
#20 - thatscrewedupkid
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that last one, at a glance, looks like a fleet of at-at walkers
#28 to #20 - theasguard
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Same exact thought I had.
#187 - makedonski
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I made the first one in Minecraft.

Download link:
www.planetminecraft.com/project/zombie-survival-tower/
#105 - xmattallicax
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How do you get to the top of the first one?
#116 to #105 - mastercolossus
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helicopter.
#119 to #105 - heartlessrobot
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Magic.
#110 to #105 - trimageryan
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Rope ladder probably.
#112 to #110 - trimageryan
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Actually, I'm going to go with metal ladder. A rope one would move too much, I wouldn't trust it.
#113 to #112 - xmattallicax
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It would be tricky if zombies were close and multiple people tried climbing up the ladder
#115 to #113 - trimageryan
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Probably.

If it were up to me I'd build a small room (The size of the average garage) around the ladder so they could barricade themselves in while they climb. Maybe a big steel door with one of those....bloody hell, what are they called? Those large metal bars that go on doors to make sure they don't open. Do they have names? I digress, a saferoom around the ladder would really help.
#104 - monkeysniper
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Zombie fortress is less about defending really, I could have a safe fortress just by climbing on a roof or something, the main probelms are how long can you sit there and stay sane, have ample food, supllies, etc.
#108 to #104 - trimageryan
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This. A self sustaining ecosystem would be a necessity with most all of these things. Plus you'd need all sorts of solar panels, salt-to-fresh water converter, an indoor gym (to maintain physical condition and pass time), plus....how can I put this with class....companionship? So you'd need enough food for several people.

Defensibly is a concern, but nowhere near issue #1.
#169 to #108 - dashandsmash
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Actually the 3rd fortress looks like it would be your best bet, given that you could get the right equipment and you have people that can use it. The boat would pose the biggest problem. Even if you could find a boat chances are that it requires fuel, and unless you have a huge stockpile of it then you would have to be close to a city. There is also the threat of sea predators attacking your boat, or the rough sea tossing a few things overboard.

Getting a boat would be about issue #1 on my list if I would choose the 3rd fortress.
#287 to #169 - trimageryan
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I don't like the idea of fortress 3 because although zombies can't swim, they also can't drown so it's not out of the question that a group of them would follow your boat from the ocean floor (which doesn't look terribly deep in the picture) and if that happens you'd be caught completely off guard with nowhere to go if the boat was anywhere but in the dock and running.

But I do agree, it seems the best for agriculture and general living. Though I'd like one of those shark nets that go ten feet out of the water and all the way down to the floor with a gate of some sort to open the fence. Look at the picture there's a "wall" of rocks but it looks like it's really just a sharp hill that zombies could climb.
#69 - kamehamehanurd
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First one PauseUnPause made on Minecraft
#85 to #69 - drifterfamas
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No idea he based it off that O.o
#55 - sidekickman
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If you follow the rules of World War Z zombie physiology, then zombies survive underwater. Also, they continue to swamp their prey until they are dealt with. So, staying in one place is suicide in any situation. The only one that makes sense is a freakin' Zeplin
#80 to #55 - blackberryjack
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inb4 tl:dr

WWZ zombie physiology is also fictional and would fly in the face of 200 years worth of pathological studies. A dead cell is dead and nothing can be done to resurrect it, as of yet. I don't claim to be a virologist, but I believe a more likely case would be caused by an exceptionally aggressive and virulent variant of rabies, which would reduce victims to a feral state. The infected would still be alive and, thus, susceptible to injury and external environmental factors until the host succumbs to fatal respiratory arrest, developed in the third stage of infection after about 10 days.
#81 to #80 - sidekickman
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The infected vs. zombie debate still rises, and I agree with you that rabies is way more realistic. The only reason I like the WWZ zombie is because it seems to be the most zombie of all of them. After all, WWZ was a book about the effects on people, and not really just a zombie-action book.
#84 to #81 - blackberryjack
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Thank you! Though it is a fun read, far too many people take it and zombies too seriously. I doubt that this will ever really become an issue. I jokingly tell my friends when they ask about my contingency scenarios that I'm planning for the zombie apocalypse for kicks.
#87 to #84 - sidekickman
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Exactly! It's just another interesting genre. Anyways, I was talking with a friend and he said that "zombie" preparedness was actually a smart thing, since being prepared for a zombie apocalypse means your prepared for a lot of other things, like earthquakes or hurricanes. I mean, stored food, an escape plan, expectancy of mass hysteria are all good things to have mapped out for any disaster.

tl;dr zombie preparedness is preparedness for a lot of other things
#88 to #87 - blackberryjack
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Funny you should mention that, indeed, that's exactly how I got started. It's a good basis. In fact, the CDC published a farcical warning about a zombie epidemic in order to increase disaster awareness and risk management. It strikes me as intriguing that most people would prepare for something so improbable, rather than common environmental disasters.
#98 to #88 - sidekickman
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Yeah, but what sounds more exciting? Killing the walking dead, or waiting for rescue-rations from the red cross? People like reading scary stories, despite some seriously scary **** going on right now, like serial killings.
#286 to #98 - blackberryjack
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(04/28/2013) [-]
I did not mean for that to say that I didn't understand. Invariably, people are drawn to excitement. I hadn't given disaster mitigation a second thought before the CDC article was published. As I said before, I started purely as a entertaining distraction, though I've come to realize the practical benefits of contingency planning.

Even now, as I update my plans, I occasionally catch myself daydreaming about the socioeconomic collapse resulting from a zombie pandemic. Particularly, I enjoy recounting the time I thought of my stepmother being infected, not that she changed terribly much.
#289 to #286 - sidekickman
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(04/28/2013) [-]
Huheuhe. Anyways, I don't distinctly have a "zombie" plan, but I did adjust some of my disaster plans with things I wouldn't have considered had it not been for the zombie genre. I'd never considered secondary pandemics like cholera or typhoid, even though they should be obvious.
#291 to #289 - blackberryjack
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(04/28/2013) [-]
Say, I'd like to further pick your brains on the matter if you don't mind. Friends?
#13 - shonapope
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(04/27/2013) [-]
what's wrong with just going to the attic and pulling the ladder up?
#18 to #13 - thecopyninja
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(04/27/2013) [-]
need a food source
#263 - gytisout
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(04/28/2013) [-]
the best zombie fortress is a ship with a big farm.
#261 - laughaha
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(04/28/2013) [-]
Some of these won't help have you seen the preview to World war z
#262 to #261 - megamind
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(04/28/2013) [-]
fear the zombie ramp
#141 - chevycowboy
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(04/28/2013) [-]
so can how do zombies handle water? can they like swim, or walk on the ocean floor also would vultures and flys be suitable defense?
#138 - dmkstarstar
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(04/28/2013) [-]
I always wonders this by far:
If we can't cure the zombies why don't
we just make enough serum or something for the people who're willing to battle.
It will make them immune from turning into zombies as long as they don't kill themselves over pressure.
Then again I guess there's a down side to that too.
#243 to #138 - woodywoodlinson
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(04/28/2013) [-]
Remember, despite being immune, you can still be ripped to shreds.
#265 to #243 - dmkstarstar
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(04/28/2013) [-]
Yeah

I know that however yes you can get ripped to shreds
That's what forts and body Armour is for I'm just talking about being immune.
#128 - upyoursnumbnuts
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(04/28/2013) [-]
I want the reef island.
#56 - moonjose
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(04/28/2013) [-]
i fail to see why the second one offers protection
#64 to #56 - anon
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(04/28/2013) [-]
the second one is the third one on a different angle with the shields in place, you whore.
#54 - anon
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(04/28/2013) [-]
I'm throwing my money at the screen and nothing is happening
#48 - anon
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(04/28/2013) [-]
Here's the problem. Staying in one place is the worst possible idea.
#51 to #48 - axlebacon
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(04/28/2013) [-]
not true. if you had good climate for farming, rich soil and seed to grow stuff on one of those things then you would be set