Heyo, since testing has shown that ptera egg kibbles can also be cooked with usual cooked meat I’m not so sure about the rest of it. Here’s a nice short and sweet topic:  What are yo going to do, where are you gonna go, and what are your plans when the inevitable zombie apocalypse comes?? I already have a pretty elaborate one that I’ll share with you after I hear some of your ideas!!
A katana would be good but it would be incredibly difficult to find one in good condition, the only place I would be able to find a real one is a museum, even then They need alot of care to keep in good condition.
The idea of a katana is creative but the extensive care wouldn’t work out well if you were on your own, I know how to make a simple crossbow in my home only using household items which are duck tape, skewers, string, pins, feathers, and some hot water.
I would probably hook up the strathalbyn archery clubs trailer to my car (it’s at my house since some supplies from it got stolen a while back) and drive east to the river lands ( the river lands are up near Victoria) i would keep my long bow with me on the opposite seat of the car or the back seat and have my quiver hanging off my shoulder while driving. The trees and bushes surrounding the rivers could keep the zombies away, I could sleep in my car with the doors locked. Mainly what I shall be focusing on at first is getting together my team, getting supplied, and getting the hell out. I will also add in that (Some may find this both a little crazy and displeasing) if a zombie outbreak were to occur that honestly I would rather have it happen to my generation then later on down the line when my children or their children’s children were born. My main plan is a slightly more detailed version of the one that Beach Boy posted prior to this post. I would then quickly make my way through my city, using all the back ways that I know of to be as safe as possible. See one of the more dangerous jobs that would be offered to those on the island would be the Scavenger Unit jobs. Only people who volunteered for this job would do it though as I know some people after having gotten away from the zombies to find some peace on the island we inhabit, would not want to come face to face with the zombies again unless they had to.
If all went well then we would eventually be able to make a self sustaining society on the island and eventually through means of reproduction bring the population of the world, or pardon me, the population of living breathing humans back up and hopefully be the dominant species once again.
In closing on this main plan, I do realize that, as every other plan, it does have it’s flaws. If the above did come to pass then what I would do is grab my crowbar and as many beer bottles as I could get and head onto the roof of my house.
The meaning of this would be to draw as many of those zombie scum who had killed my family, friends, love, etc..
I will not discuss my plan nor will I have much of a group unless its fat people for me to trip to use as zombie food to slow down a horde with or a hot chick to repopulate the earth with since she will be low on options. The remote island is a good idea but you must make sure you have enough supplies to last for the long haul. A zombie apocalypse is basically an epidemic, the same rules apply, the only difference is that when things go pear-shaped and civilization collapses you will need a plan. I also really love you ideas about a zombie outbreak lasting only about a decade before the zombies die of starvation and waste away to nothing!!
First order of business would be to find the nearest warehouse of food and hole up there with whoever was with me. Depending upon the extent of the warehouse complex and the nearness of the buildings, we could even make rope bridges between structures to ensure we had as little contact with the ground as possible. I like the idea of making a network of bridges on the tops of buildings to avoid the ground.

He has some good rules, but I’d definitely carry around mire than a double barrel shotgun!!
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78" L x 26" WReviews Be the first one to add a reviewProduct Tags Add Your Tags: Add Tags Use spaces to separate tags. Homo sapiens (us) lived through the Stone Age along with genetic cousins such as Homo erectus and Homo habilis.Our ancestors achieved a number of major developments during the Stone Age, key innovations that not only assured our survival in a harsh world, but laid the foundation for the more dramatic innovations that have shaped our world today.
If I got over run i have no idea what I would do, I have 12 arrows in my quiver, which means i could kill 12 zombies unless i missed. You need something that can crush skulls but which won’t be too heavy to carry around. All I will say is my escape plan will involve avoiding population centers and will take me to a place that will turn zombies into frozen corpses.
Food taken care of, I assume there’d be other warehouses in the area (since they tend to clump together) and assess what other supplies we had on hand so that we knew what we needed to bring back to make ourselves comfortable. The crops and water collection would ensure eventual self-sufficiency with plenty of room in the warehouses to store excess for later use or trade with nearby groups. Survivors wouldn’t be thinking of the warehouses until much later and most of them are built in small complexes, rather than stand alone, and fortress-like.
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However, I have MacGyver like knowledge of herbs and am naturally ingenious in so far as adapting the use of one thing to something else is concerned, so providing I could find other survivors, I might not do too badly. Say a cluster of five buildings were available… I think that could probably support at least 50 people once the first group got things started. If neccessary, there are mountains literally in her backyard with plenty of plant life for foraging and tons of animal life for hunting. Have a road map highlighted with yur escape route taking back roads which goes thru less populated towns (no big cities).
The cot is easy to set up and take down, and it folds into a compact package secured by attached webbing straps with ladder locks. We’d also set up wind generators and solar panels to collect energy with gasoline powered generators to supplement our energy needs. With enough time and care, eventually we could fence in the complex, providing more ground area for ground hugging crops… all the taller crops would have to be grown on the roofs simple to ensure line of sight. In reality: I will probably be here at my home,uncomfortably near the Arizona State University Bioengineering labs, where it will all most likely start. Depending upon how many of us there were and the nearness of the other warehouses, we’d haul dirt to the roof and plant crops. At this point, we’d put up motion sensitive lights on the buildings just in case a stray zombie or raider got in. I live in a heavily populated area that will most likely be overtaken quickly and my options for escape are limited.

Lights on the buildings prior to the construction of the fences would be a waste of resources since any and all zombies would set them off. The motion sensitive lights wouldn’t even be necessary until we managed to create a zombie free zone around the buildings.
For the sake of safety, there’d be two sets of fences around our claimed area, simply to create buffer that would slow down any intruders, zombie or human. When hope runs out, then it’s time to just slit my throat and join the conquering dead.
Of course, eventually expansion would become unwieldy and we’d have to focus on maintenance over construction. This would mean fences of chainlink would eventually give way to brick and mortar with defensive observation towers at strategic locations along the perimeter. SewingFlax fibers more than 34,000 years old have been discovered that had been spun to make thread.
In the meantime, careful trips to surrounding areas would allow us to stockpile sufficient supplies to take in more refugees as they were found or arrived on their own. Our ancestors fashioned needles from animal bones and used the thread to sew animal hide and fur into clothes, shoes and packs and to create string or yarn that had many uses including hefting and being used in making baskets and other domestic pieces.But what was particularly interesting about these fibers, found in the Republic of Georgia, was their color.
So much for Stone Age people walking around in dull variations of beige, here is evidence that they made an effort to introduce color into their lives.Perhaps even a sense of fashion?
Indeed Neanderthals and Homo sapien were known to have existed in the same areas of ancient Europe together up until the Neanderthals disappeared around 35,000 years ago.Music. Long Hunting SpearFor the purposes of getting food and defending themselves Stone Age man had to contend with numerous creatures that had sharp claws and teeth. Stone AxeOur Stone Age ancestors made a giant leap when they invented the stone axe somewhere between 250,000 and 1.2 million years ago.
ShelterAmazingly, the earliest evidence that our ancestors built fixed shelters is from around 2,000,000 years ago. These shelters showed evidence of a hearth or fireplace and separate rooms representing a major improvement in living conditions for people using the shelter. The Controlled Use of FireFire wasn’t discovered as such as it existed before Homo Erectus harnessed its power, however the ability to control fire was the greatest step forward in the history of mankind and our ancestors.Fire enabled us to cook food meaning we were better nourished, keep warm which meant we were better rested, migrate into colder climates which saw us diversify across the globe, fight away predators, clear forests for agriculture and bake clay to make utensils. Evidence clearly places the earliest wheels in the Middle East and Central Europe between 3,400 BC and 3,000 BC. Our Stone Age friends did not have the wheel.Interestingly, homo sapien (mankind) faced extinction as recently as 75,000 years ago when the total population of homo sapien on earth was as low as 600 individuals.
Perversely, this low base allowed strong genes to come through and according to some archaeologists, mankind took a ‘great leap forward’ at this time, resulting in our rapid rise to dominance. It is a genius invention of the highest order.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.

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