Hoc Est Qui Sumus (discoflamingo) wrote,
Hoc Est Qui Sumus

Your One-Stop Guide to Zombie-Killing

Most intelligent readers regard the idea of a sustained outbreak of zombie attacks much like the idea of the Olsen twins starring in hard-core pornography - while widely regarded by domain experts as statistically unlikely (in both theory and practice), a documented incident would hold grave implications for the future of civilization as we know it.
---discoflamingo, January 19, 2004

In January of 2004, I went through the lessons I've learned about killing zombies, and surviving a zombie outbreak. Some of you seemed to like that, so, collected in one spot, are all of the zombie-related LJ Polls, discussions, and expositions on vanquishing the restless dead.

Poll: Zombie Readiness Exercise #1/4 - Bludgeoning Weapons

Poll: Zombie Readiness Exercise #2/4 - Piercing/Slashing Weapons

Poll: Zombie Readiness Exercise #3/4 - Firearms/Heavy Weapons

Poll: <insert name here> will tear us apart

Exposition: Zombie-killing Weapons Round-Up and FAQ

Poll: Zombie Readiness Exercise #4/4 - Domain Knowledge

Exposition: Zombie Domain Knowledge Answers, and Readiness Exercise Wrap-up

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