No regret comrade, we die for the motherland!
My Opinion Of How/When And/Or What "Z-Day" Will Be...
My idea of "Z-Day" is when breaking the law will have no repercussions.
Fighting for your life from cannibalistic, rage filled undead.
Z day would be the most epic fun for me and the most ultimate challenge.
In The First Hours Of "Z-Day" I Would Go...
Prepare, check for infected people around my local area, gather supplies and survivers
(Because I wont be going out again until necessary)
Raiding the M.O.D down the road from me for rations and weapons, as well as the 5 shotguns in my house.
Making the fort:
With ammo, supplies and survivers collected and checked for following zombies / bites, now it's time to barricade my house.
Now considering I live on the outskirts of a small town surounded by feilds, horses and a M.O.D dog training camp the likelihood of some zombies straying to my local area are slim.
But not taking that chance it's time to gather as much water as I can (Just incase the goverment stop the water supply) and set up defensive possitions, also telling survivers where the exits are.
Then...We prepare for night fall.
My Ideal Weapon(s) To Use During "Z-Day"...
L85A1, 3 long to medium length bayonets, 5 double barreled shotguns, 4 dogs (Trained to kill on command), molotov cocktail, propane canisters and many more.
Other Than Zombies I Would Have To Worry About...
Cowerds, traitors and people who don't use teamwork.
A ghoul in life, I have been called, and so would be in death; let us then, love, be both enthralled as zombies. What loss breath? Our love is worth more than such things as breath and life and laughter; I long to live unlife with you, and eat you ever after.
Well, The urban tactical training went bust. Come to find out the teacher was arrested for fraud. Don't know the whole story, so that's all I know. Still raising Lj, who is now in high school. New job is is in home health care. Basically I go to patient homes and help them perform everyday living actions. From helping them bathe properly to helping them cook their meals. It's the field I feel needed in. Not many males can do this job. No I Do Not help the female patients. To much could be…