I would find a few able and physically fit friends in my area and recruit them into my team. We would search for weapons and food, taking a nomadic approach to zombie survival until we found a defensible resource-heavy area untouched by the human majority and therefore zombies.
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The iteration of these lines brings gold;
The framing of this circle on the ground
Brings whirlwinds, tempests, thunder and lightning.
I live in a two-story house where I can easily break down the stairway and barricade myself in the top floor, with all of our canned food and water. I live in a rural area, so there would be less zombies to worry about. After about a week when the the zombies start to disperse, I would take my .12 gauge, hatchet, and machete and loot empty houses for food, supplies, and water.
This thread is great! It highlights most of the issues that we had with Zombies in designing Eascaping the Zed.
So how would you alter your plans if the Zed-heads were realistic? Remember, if it hits you will not have a stockpile of food and water.
So while you may be sneaky enough for the Zombies, what will you do when another Survivor pulls their shotgun and asks kindly for your Mr.Noodle (chicken flavoured)?
TheClancy1312 - How long did it take you to learn to use throwing knives? Can you make your target if both you and it is moving? I may just add this to the game, but need to guage how difficult it is. Thanks!