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  • Caves

    5 Good Places to Stop for a Rest

    We all have been there. Two days without sleep, and starting to feel the effects. Head is getting dizzy, eyes are getting heavy. Starting to feel like the ground is made of mud. It’s not a good way to feel normally. It’s especially dangerous however, in a zombie apocalypse. You’ll likely be traveling long distances […] More

  • Start a trading post

    Hold on, before you get all mad here, I think this idea really has something to it! What do almost all great survival games have in common? They offer trading posts for survivors! So why not start your own when the apocalypse starts? Get it fortified and stock up on stuff worth trading. The first […] More

  • Destroying the Brain(stem)

    I want to preface this article by saying that I’m going to be talking about some medical stuff, but I am not a doctor. I never finished my residency. Also, I never started my residency or went to medical school. Or college. This was just a topic that I got to thinking about when I […] More

  • Is the 1918 Pandemic As Bad As Coronavirus?

    I’ve been reading a lot of stuff comparing the events of today with what happened in 1918. Let me tell you, from a scientific standpoint it is not nearly as bad as 1918 as you think. Today, I will be posting a link to one of my favorite Spanish Flu documentaries just so you can […] More

  • Scavenging

    Scavenging

    Scavenging is the act of searching abandoned areas for food, weaponsand ammunition, or other necessities. This is possibly the least hazardous of the three primary ways of gathering supplies, others being Raiding and Looting. Tools of Scavengers Although there are some items that survivors should carry on them at all times when outside their safe […] More

  • 329 B.C., Afghanistan

    An unnamed Macedonian column built by the legendary conqueror Alexander the Great was visited many times by Soviet Special Forces during their own war of occupation. Five miles from the monument, one unit discovered the ancient remains of what is believed to be Hellenic Army barracks. Among other artifacts, there was a small bronze vase. […] More

  • My weapons of choice

    We all have our believes when it comes to the zombie apocalypse. If the zombies will be slow, fast, a virus, undead… All these types of zombies require a different skill and weapon set to fight. For my weapons list, it won’t matter if zombies are fast, because if they’re fast and need a head […] More

  • General Survival Guidelines

    General Survival Guidelines     Always have some sort of weapon.     Prioritize your needs: Basic needs are food, water and shelter. Companionship is fairly important too. Things of value in the previous world (such as money and smaller comforts) must be secondary.     Strength in numbers: With more populace, your refuge will not only be […] More

  • September 17, 1992, Part Two

    I awaken with a cold chill through my body in an abandon structure; lying on the cold, hard paved floor in arching pain. I sit there for a few moments then finally decide to get up from the floor to explore the structure. As I explore, I behold stacks and stacks of different sizes of […] More

  • zombie-proof-house

    Zombie proof house!

    The house was designed by this Poland based company, in case you’d want a house like this… And if you can afford it of course. More

  • Zombie Brains: A Short Story

    When I was still alive, I was kind of an asshole. Truth be told, I never really cared about anyone but myself. I refused to pay attention to others, only interacting with people when I needed something. Women were all the same to me. The hotter the better; and I wasn’t the type of guy […] More

  • 1947 A.D., Jarvie, British Columbia

    A series of articles in five separate newspapers recount the bloody events and individual heroism associated with this small Canadian hamlet. Little is known of the source of the outbreak. Historians suspect the carrier was Mathew Morgan, a local hunter who returned to town one night with a mysterious bite on his shoulder. By dawn […] More

  • Common Mistakes in a Zombie Outbreak

    Common Mistakes in a Zombie Outbreak Here are many mistakes that a person can make when trying to survive through a zombie apocalypse. This article will cover some of the main mistakes that you don’t want to make during your first time in the zombie plagued wasteland. Combating Zombies Lighting Zombies on Fire Although it […] More

  • Husar Noble Plate Carrier, Meindl Safari boots and more

    As you might have noticed, we’ve made a few changes to the site. We removed everything that wasn’t contributing to the genre. For your privacy and safety, we’ve installed an SSL certificate. Tightened up some more security around the site and started using better tools to write our articles. All that and a lot more […] More

  • Obesity, a death sentence

    Obesity, a death sentence. Ahhh, good day all! So, obesity huh? What does that have to do with zombies? Well, a lot! In this article I’ll explain to you why it sucks to be fucking fat when the zombie apocalypse hits us. Ready? Cardio. For starters, you have to be able to run when being […] More

  • 3 hygiene products you will need

    Just a few items people forget to put in their bug-out bags all the time. I mean everyone remembers to pack ammo, some clothing and a bunch of ultra tacticool survival items. But you might completely overlook the basic human needs when preparing to fight zombies like a bad-ass. Nail clipper Around 80% of all […] More

  • Why you’re safer with the dead

    Now this title might come on a little strange to most of you, but believe me, it’s nothing but true. It’s about one of the places that gives you a great chance of survival during the apocalypse. The graveyard! I know in the classic zombie movies, the undead rise from their graves. This is probably […] More

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