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The Great Exodus Part Three

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

So in many cases, for each human that dies, a new member of the undead horde rises to join ranks. One becomes two, two become four, four become eight, etc. Those in the vicinity of the “zombie trains” suddenly dropped everything and ran for their lives. The result was a mass exodus of people without supplies to survive. The subsequent refugee camps turned into a free-for-all in just a few days.

Humans began killing each other over food, water, and other necessities. With the fall of the governments, no law enforcement authorities existed. Tribal gang warfare became the rule and only the strong were to survive.

Inner city thugs and gangsters rose to the top of the newly forming islands of society. Civilization would not be an accurate term to describe the new world.

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The Great Exodus Part Two

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

Though the roads were not useful for vehicles, they became the chief route of egress. At many points, the cannibal zombie threat, rushing from behind, forced the citizens to stampede or jump off the sides to their deaths. The interstate highways would soon become incredibly efficient zombie spawning factories.

If you put a normal, terrified human on a road with a blood thirsty, cannibalistic zombie chasing, the zombie will win every time. The problem is that the terrified human will run until his or her heart explodes, get slowed down enough by obstacles, or not be able to maintain a running pace after the adrenaline rush fades. On the other hand, the zombie ignores any physical limits on its corpse-shell. Now you have two zombies chasing the next human in line.

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The Great Exodus Part One

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

When the news of the infection spread, the majority failed to take the threat seriously. This was largely because of previous “infectious pandemic threats” reported by world government organizations such as The United States’ Center for Disease Control (CDC.)

Consequently, most of the population was gravely unprepared for the coming storm. Enough of the population did take the threat seriously and took swift action by leaving the big cities. Unfortunately, this early exodus started traffic jams on the freeways and roads. As expected, when genuine panic set in, public roadways were useless. The interstate freeways became massive parking lots of abandoned cars and hellish violence.

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