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|xman99||xman99's Survival Plan||9||Nov 20 2012, 11:50 AM EST by crocodilecommando|
|zDexter||zDexter's Survival Plan||12||Nov 20 2012, 8:35 AM EST by awsome24|
Thread started: Feb 18 2011, 6:39 PM EST Watch
G'day folks, zDexter here pushing the survivor effort in Australia, This is my firsst post (so please, be harsh) and as i see it there are 3 sure-fire ways of surviving a ZPOC here, short of locking yourself in a cellar with a steel door are:
1. Heading out west into the scarcely populated outback
2. Living at sea, or Sydney harbour
or 3. Escaping into the bush.
During the intial panic of Z-day i doubt that it would be possible to safely drive the 4 hours it would take to take me out of my urban area so my plan relies on bailing into the bush.
Keep in mind that no matter how well planned we are, or how many details we have taken into consideration, our survival will depend on circumstantial and opportunistic factors. e.g You have a foolproof zombie plan, a perfect BOB and BOL, a ssource of food and water, but z-day strikes when you're in the city attending a huge music festival (game over)
With that in mind, i devised my plan with spontanaety at the forefront.
2 minutes from my house lies an entrance to a vast bush reserve, in which a few select friends and i have created our BOL, complete with cliff on one side, climbable for us, not so much for zack, thick scrub and ankle traps on all other sides, make-shift bed and fireplace and a pantry. Consisting of a hidden eski containing enough canned food and drink for a few days.
When zeds strike my friends and i (who all share a common plan) can make it to our BOL in a timely manner from anywhere in the near local area. If i am fortunate enough to be at home and the option of bugging in isn't an available option (i have a separate plan for bugging in at home) i can have myself geared up and my BOB packed in just over a minute, armed with a crowbar i can be in the safety on the bush within minutes.
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|zedslayer123||Zedslayer123's Survival Plan||14||Nov 20 2012, 6:32 AM EST by wafflessrule|
Thread started: May 5 2012, 7:48 AM EDT Watch
Hey guys, it's Zedslayer123 and I will show you my zombie survival plan.
Part 1: The First Shaky Day
The first day of the apocalypse will be rough. I consider the first day the day zombies appear on the area I live in, and the great panic will begin. In the course of the first week, many will turn into zombies. I estimate 3 days until the power is dead, 4 until the water works fails.
In the first week, 95% of the people in my country will try to escape (P.S, My country doesn't allow firearms). Because of my extensive thinking of the zombie world, I realized that those who escape will most likely ride cars. Unfortunately for them, the only country next door is North Korea, so escape by land is impossible. In response, air ports and docks will be flooded, but the government will use the planes and boats for themselves, and privately owned vehicles will used by those who own them. Therefore, the majority of the population will be trapped in their car, in a long traffic jam. Those at the front of the jam will try to stow in planes or protest, those in the middle and the back will be oblivious to what is going on. When zombies arrive, those in the jam are nothing more than canned food.
I suspect that the zombie epidemic will most likely start between 7AM-6PM, that time, people will be outdoors. That is a convenient time for zombies to bite unsuspecting individuals. At this time, I will be in school.
At first, there will only be 2,000 or so zombies in Z-day. Later, the number will grow to 500,000 in less than 2 hours. By that time, the government will be aware of the threat. All the schools will be contacted by the government to send the students home, including our school. Our school has a system where students and teachers go to the auditorium in earthquakes, fires, or any government messages. In the case of zombies, that will be about an hour before they come to the suburbs the school is in.
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