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FJ Walking Dead Part 2. PART 1 - /funny_pictures/3416235/FJ+Walking+Dead+Part+1/ Thank you. And I know I made a couple spelling errors. Ignore em.. Hello, . Ica

PART 1 - /funny_pictures/3416235/FJ+Walking+Dead+Part+1/
Thank you.
And I know I made a couple spelling errors. Ignore em.

Hello, . Icanthepowerr here with Part 2 of Walking Dead.
If you haven' t played part 1, please check the description and
you can play and come back to part two.
At the end of part 1, you had to choose between going to the
school, staying at the house, or going to your uncles cabin in
the woods.
If you picked staying at the house, you die.
If you picked going to your uncles cabin, you live.
Half the group has decided to go to the school to see if there
is anything they can get from the lunch room, and there other
half wants to go to your uncles cabin. You decide to stop at
the school on the way to your cabin. At the school, it is terrible
outside. You can see kids being attacked as they step off the
bus. You park at the back of the parking space, go to the
closest classroom window, break the window, and climb in.
You' re sneaking through the hallways when you look at the
lobby to see that the hall monitors have locked the doors. You
manage to sneak past them, go to the lunch room, get a
bunch of food, and sneak back out. You' re lucky. You then get
to your uncles cabin. Upon entering, you see someone
though. He' s not a walker, fortunately.
Upon closer look, you see the chubby features, squinty eyes,
and hungry look. It' s none other than . Extremely
surprised, you guys chat. Admin explains the situation and
how he came across the cabin and went inside. He said he had
been there for a couple hours and hasn' t seen a single walker,
so you guys know you made the right choice. A few days pass
and you start to realize that food is getting low. You' re all out
of flamin hot cheetos and mountain dew. Alls you have left is
skittles and lemon iced tea. You decide you need to leave to
get more food. Sort of like being the 'Riek' of the group, you
decide you should go and take Seanessy, the minority with
you, to help you find your way. Now, you should pick where
you go.
I Shiv
Mcdonalds drive
Alarm through
You choose to go Whythe fuck would
walking dead style you choose to go to
and find a farm. mcdonalds? You get
Doesn' t take long to there and as you roll
find one, but down the window a
Seanessy gets walker comes out
distracted by a deer, from behind the
walks up to it, and as menu and bites you
you go to pull him arm. Panicing, you
away, he gots shot. drive away as fast as
The bullet went you can, not
through the deer. He watching where
falls back on you, you' re going though,
making you fall back you crash into the
and snap your neck gas station next
on the log behind door. Big boom. You
you. You die. die. So does
Lolnoob. Seanessy.
You come back from the Grocery Store with everything you
need and more, only to find out that Obscurity was playing in
the woods and got eaten by a walker. Admin, holler, and
Sunset are glad to see you. You go back inside and explain the
story, and that if you need to go for supplies, theres a small
town with few walkers. As you' re ending the story, a walker
crashes through the window and lands right on holler. You
manage to shoot it before holler can be bitten, but you realize
that even the serene woods isn' t a good enough place to stay.
You must choose another place. Where the fuck do you want
Jail because of the The mountains a
walls? couple hours
away?
Pick one - your answer will be
revealed in part 3.
Sorry for not making this longer than part 1. I had planned on
it, but I didn' t have enough time and wanted to upload it before
I went to school)
In the mean time, if you want, please thumb, favorite,
subscribe, and toss me a friend request. Thank you!
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#39 to #7 - Zealotforce **User deleted account**
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How I got killed by a deer.
How I got killed by a deer.
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User avatar #56 to #2 - ICanThePowerr [OP]
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Because I do.

If I made the answer blatantly obvious it wouldn't be as fun.
User avatar #4 - nandaaz
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The grocery store should be a wrong choice, because that's where everyone will go to, and it will either be filled with walkers or it will be completely raided.

I would first check out the prison, to see if there are any zombies in there. if there are I would go straight to the woods. If not, I would stay there for the entire time in one of the guard towers
#5 to #4 - efreakinrocks
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I agree with the grocery store thing, but it would be hard to get away from the jail in a hurry, and don't forget the inmates and guards.
User avatar #9 to #5 - muffinzexe
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I dont think that the jail will be full of zombies because you won't get into jail without permission and it has walls around it so zombies won't get in there
#15 to #9 - efreakinrocks
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Yeah, but what if the zombies started there? You'd be screwed.
User avatar #75 to #15 - nandaaz
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If the zombies started there, how did they get out?
User avatar #13 - hargleblarg
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Costco: The **** man?
Jail: Being ass-raped by the undead isn't my priority right now so this place is off the list.
Mountains: Secluded, less chance of walkers, easy game to hunt, plus not an ass-raping undead-convict for miles.
User avatar #76 - nandaaz
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when will you make part 3? I really like these posts
User avatar #40 - highaspinkiepie
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Costco, because almost every costco has one of the platforms above the employee lunchroom that is only accessible through one ladder that can be pulled up and locked. Plus, food and ****.
User avatar #42 to #40 - dmanspeed
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my good sir your plan is sound in many ways but what will you do if you become under siege? and due to the fact that costco's have a very usual tendency to be in highly populated areas one whiff of you will send thousands of zombies at you. while it is very possible for someone to fortify this location i would recommend that you make for the prison or the woods due to both of them being for the most part self reliant for very long periods of time. just my two cents on trying to save a fellow man/woman from the African rabies.

User avatar #44 to #42 - highaspinkiepie
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I understand your reasoning, but there is a deeper reasoning. If you've seen the movie 300, you'll know that the 300 Spartans used the narrow pass to make it impossible for the Persians to get to them all at once. The ladder to the platform is kind of like that. It's the only way up and only one person/zombie can fit at a time. Costco always has something in stock that can be used as a melee weapon. Your group can camp out on the platform, have one person stand guard at the ladder, and hitting every zombie that comes up to make it fall. Once they get tired, switch out. I think that would be the best strategy.
User avatar #45 to #44 - dmanspeed
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ah but i present a counter argument my good sir/madam zombies, as walking corpses, are constantly in a form of decay this leaves them in a weaker state that does not allow them to climb in general (refrence The Zombie Survival Guide, By Max Brooks) witch would result in a large group at the base of the ladde witch is now cut off by the undead. this eads to your people stuck at the top of this area with little food and slowly succumbing to various mental states making them suicidal/ quislings

#47 to #45 - sgtsnoopy
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gotta side with you on this one pal the woods are your best bet the musk of the forest itself will hide your smell and its easy to hide and you have plenty of escape routes
User avatar #80 to #47 - neokun
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Lets be honest, a zombie would not be able to smell you, im pretty sure their senses would be ****** up. If zombies did exist im not even sure they would be able to see.
#37 - thend
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Hello ICanThePowerr
While I do enjoy this game you are playing with us, I must say the way you are choosing which options will lead to our death seem random. I'm simply wondering if you are truly thinking of places/events/etc that would work and then two that wouldn't or if you are randomly choosing. Again, no hate here just curiosity and Thank you for rekindling the zombie survivor in me
With the utmost sincerity
Thend
User avatar #57 to #37 - ICanThePowerr [OP]
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Yea sorry, I understand, it's just that if I make it too obvious then its not as fun. I struggle thinking of ways to kill people lol.
User avatar #24 - waffleprince
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Costco does not sell guns, and you cant cultivate plants if you have to for long term survival, not to mention that costco does not have a hospital wing. A jail would be a far better preference, as it has a hospitable wing which means operating tools and more meds, a yard where you can cultivate plants, a cafeteria where even if unfrozen the food will probably never go bad. As well as the fact that it would take a LONG time for zombies to get through the walls of the jail. there is also a guard house in jails, which means lots of weapons, and ammunition. The mountains wouldnt be a good choice, because you will eventually run out of ammunition and food, and i dont think Kony, the Ugandan hero would appreciate you eating his arm, i only say Kony, the Ugandan hero as it said in the post i assume he is rather large.
User avatar #30 to #24 - ViolenceFetish
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If you went to the jail you would get butt raped by the inmates....
User avatar #26 to #24 - audiotune
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IMO, mountains would be best. I agree with you about Costco, but disagree with the prison. Chances are, food and supplies at the prison would be gone fast due to the many people that are housed there. In addition to that, I would not feel safe with people who are comfortable with killing (inmates). I feel that the guards might be on the same page as I would be on, and ditch that place, not securing anything. Thus leaving the inmates dead, eaten because the guards did not close any entry gates or doors, or running free in the prison because the guards let them out. In the mountains, you could find a cabin or shelter, have wild edibles and animals for food, and also have the benefit of being away from civilization and zombies since the zombies have to eat (much more food sources in cities or suburbs...or prisons for that matter...).
User avatar #28 to #26 - waffleprince
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How do you intend to survive in the mountians, as well as when the zombie apoc happens, the electricity will be shut off, openeing all the doors, and the inmates would riot and leave, soon after or even before the guards would leave to make sure their families would be all right, and say you do go into the mountains? what happens if you get lost? and while your lost in the woods the zombie apocalypse ends? (this is in years of course) i also forgot to mention that the jail probably has a generator, which could be eventually made into a man powered thing, as well as a library for reading up on the tools there, it has power tools, and hand made tools in the shop, it has beds, again an infirmary is key to keeping people healthy.
User avatar #29 to #28 - audiotune
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Alright, so you have a prison with all of its doors left open. Either other people have taken the prison as their own, thus shutting all the entrances or they are violent and protective people, or the prison is now full of walkers. While you're in the mountains, just like those who lived in the mountains for maaaaany years, you learn the area and become familiar with it. In addition, while you're living in the mountains, it isn't like you are moving to a new place every night. You'll be in the same place so you'll always know where you are in relation to civilization and will be able to make runs to town to check things out. Yes, the prison has all of those things you mentioned, but you have to think about this; you are not the only person out there during this outbreak. Others will be thinking the same things you are, it's a matter of who gets there first. Chances that others are going to be kind and hospitable during this event are EXTREMELY slim. And yes, prisons are reasonable secure places, but not all parts of them are...You are surrounded by zombies, literally cornered. The break through the fence, smash some windows that aren't barred up, and now you are living just like a prisoner. Those supplies you have are in specific locations and you most likely won't be near them when the zombies break in. In my eyes, it is a bad decision to put yourself in a situation that you cannot get out of. But you know, you may be right. Maybe the zombies don't get in, maybe no one beat you to the prison, maybe you will be safe. But those are all things you can't predict, so that is why I chose the mountains because personally it seems like a bit safer option, granted it won't be easy to survive, but it is very possible. Just on a side note I am not aggressively arguing anything here, I am simply debating and not saying you're wrong and I am right, just presenting my side. Sorry if TL;DR
User avatar #31 to #29 - waffleprince
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i enjoy this conversation, heres what id do, run to costco, steal the whatever car they have out front*(if somebody else already stick your team inside, attach the wagon to the back,(supposing its covered and has a back) and then head to the prison, try to get in and grab weapons and ammunition, as well as try to find a book on how to make a bow and arrow, then head to the mountains, also while your at costco, you grab propane, and maybe some freeze dried, just add water type things. If you can find some iodine preferably alot, because you wont want to boil all your water before you drink it, (2 drops for a 32 oz water bottle then wait 30 minutes, Shake well), this as well as a filter water pump. and as an ALWAYS, carry seaweed, rice, and a fishing pole and tackle box. sushi, you must be totally prepared, and between costco and the jail you can find all of the things you need to survive almost indefenitly in the woods, if you live in san francisco head towars the redwood forest, and live with the apes, or try to make an ewok style tree place.
User avatar #33 to #31 - audiotune
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So do I. I've actually (and will probably will regret admitting this) have been looking into and practicing different survival skills that would benefit ordinary and apocalyptic situations. Making traps with para-cord or high strength line (found at MANY stores, walmart, home depot etc.) along game trails in the woods you can fairly easily get a source of red meat (anything from rabbits to deer). Using typical fishing gear, or improvised fishing traps you can extremely get a source of food that can be eaten raw, can be dried for future use, or cooked. There are many shelters you can build out of branches, logs and uprooted trees, or you could use the car/wagon for shelter if you can get them far enough in the woods. Fire is easy, I actually have/use a magnesium fire starter that is extremely reliable, especially with some cotton drenched in vasoline or even chap stick (basically acts as a candle and will stay lit for up to 5 minutes alone). I am also familiar with the bow drill and hand drill methods, both of which are a pain in the ass, but can be done. Grabbing whatever items or non perishable food goods you can before going into the woods will only make it easier on your self. I personally would enjoy surviving in the woods, maybe not so much the zombie part, but just living off of nature...it would be pretty cool to me.
User avatar #34 to #33 - waffleprince
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I see your point, but i live in suburban california so surviving in the woods is basically an impissibility, id have to survive in a desert region where water is scarce and i have to worry about constant mountian lion attacks. also are you assuming you would be by yourself? if you are might i accompany you on your journey into the woods? and you wouldnt be able to eat only meat, but as you said youd be able to run into town to check on things. some questions for you how many people are in your group if your not alone, what mountain range, would you take a gun with you and if not would you improvise with learning how to make a bow and arrow? and my last question, can i come with you?
User avatar #64 to #34 - audiotune
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Yeah, you have a good point there. With that environment it would be much more difficult to survive. However, there is a trick many hikers and campers in that region use. If you wear your sunglasses on the back of your head, it makes the lions think you have eyes on the back of your head, and the chances of being attacked are far less. And yeah, in any survival situation you can't rely on meat as a food source alone. Using wild edibles you can sustain yourself for quiet a while. Of course you would have to read up on what those safe edibles would be because if you eat the wrong thing you can die very easily. I am fairly educated on the wild edibles in my region, northern Virginia. I would be traveling to the Appalachian mountains where there are bears and snakes which pose a threat (rattlesnakes, cotton mouths, etc.). However, with the right camp environment the chances of those animals approaching you are fairly slim. Having said that there are those freak instances when animals act differently due to the need for food. I would mostly likely be in a small group with family members, and yes we do have and would bring fire arms into this situation for defense against animals, people, etc. I would also bring my bow into this situation as a back up, but bows are not the best hunting technique. They have a short range and can be difficult to be accurate with. The best chance to get anything with a bow is to wait in a tree and hope an animal walks by, then you would have to follow its path because it would die due to bleeding out. Traps are much more effective in terms of efficiency. You can set up 20 traps within a few hours, and then check them the next day, which gives you a greater chance of getting meat as opposed to hunting, and expends far less calories. And if you were closer to me in this situation, sure I would bring you along but if you do anything to harm the group...I couldn't be held accountable for my actions =P
User avatar #65 to #64 - waffleprince
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the only problem id have with bringing family along(not to sound cold hearted) is if when the time came and one of them was bitten would you or anybody else in the family be able to shoot them? and put them out of thier misery?
User avatar #66 to #65 - audiotune
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Well here's how I look at that situation; if I left them they would die an even worse death, and if they're with me and if they are attacked and bitten I would rather them have a quick and painless death instead of suffering. I would want the same if it happened to me, and I definitely would not want to turn into a zombie and harm my family members. I'd rather be taken care of as soon as it happens.
User avatar #67 to #66 - waffleprince
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i agree, i want the third round to happen so i can see if i survived or not
User avatar #68 to #67 - audiotune
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lmfao, so do I, I checked the persons account and they haven't made it yet...So I guess I'll have to keep waiting.
User avatar #69 to #68 - waffleprince
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Hmmmm, for the next round, i think it might be the jail, honestly because how would you continue the story?
User avatar #72 to #69 - audiotune
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I have no clue how it's gonna go...but I'm still thinking if you go to the jail, there is no where else for you to go...so I feel like it'll be the mountains, then you find some crazy mountain man or something like that...
User avatar #20 - COMMENTSforTHUMBS
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jail probably has sooo much more walkers dude
if one person in the jail gets infected, everybody does
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