Zombies 4: The Base

Posted: September 7, 2011 in Zombies
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By now you can identify a zombie you can kill them and you have your group of survivors (or your zombie food) but now you need a place to stay you can’t keep hoping from house to house store to store and hope to stay safe you need a permanent base to grow and rebuild from and this is what you need.

while walls fences ect are important if you’re in it for the long haul food and water will become very important and depending on the size of your group you will need some serious provisions to ensure a steady flow.

now your actual house may want to look like this one on the right check here for a full write-up on the house.

but while good for a short-term safe house without food and water you will be forced to evacuate, that’s why a small (less than 100km coast to coast) farming island with good fishing would be ideal,  a large ranch or cattle station in a desert or out bush near a river or spring on large flat expanses where site is easy would also be handy.  hill-top community’s while tactically good for fighting are unlikely to be large enough to have adequate farming.

the best thing about an island is that while getting started and clearing the island you can stay in houses like the on the side while you still have canned food ect to live off then as you clear the island you can begin farming set up fences and patrols and mealy sleep in your fortresses as the land would be safe enough to till and the coast or river to fish. then you can go about trying to set up electricity and raid mines or refinery on the mainland if the farming life is not for you.

so there you have it the perfect place to go in a zombie apocalypse is in fact kangaroo island small population large farms and plenty of  forests for fire wood if your only a small band perfect for a group of 10 – 1000 or more once set up and running smoothly.

so there you have it how to survive the zombie horde long-term stay tuned for my last zombie post (for a while at least) on a few helpful hints that you will need to have made it this far


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