Surviving in the Mountains will probably give you a good shot at surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. They are mostly scarcely populated and have plenty of resources to live from. I will go through the advantages and disadvantages of living in the mountains.
Yesterday I made some friends with Jake Sepulveda over at Zombease.com. I found an awesome post made by him about what you will miss when the Zombies come. As much as I secretly hope that the Zombie virus will break out, he makes some interesting points. Losing people close to you will be happening a lot, and you will not get to enjoy everyday luxuries. Anyway: check it out!
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What will the world look like after a Class 4 outbreak of the Solanum virus? It will lead to the destruction of civilization as we know it. But what happens to the rest of the earth? The balance of nature will shift and the world will turn to chaos.
Zombies can attack in different ways in order to infect or kill a person and turn them into another zombie. In this post I will talk about the different attacks.
Prisons are an excellent place to barricade yourself into according to Max Brooks’ The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From the Living Dead. This is also shown in AMC’s The Walking Dead, where a large group of people was capable of staying safe for a longer time. A prison is already built like a fortress, with fences and strong, stone walls around the entire compound. Furthermore it has sniper towers, an infirmary, an armory, a well stocked kitchen meant to feed an entire prison worth of criminals. You can fall back into concrete walls and steel doors in case the zombies manage to get past your defenses. However, stay alert for remaining prisoners in the complex, or other survivors.