posted on Sep, 26 2010 @ 10:15 PM
Originally posted by Blade The Hunter
One more thing I would like to add is that since all is quiet right now, I can drive to the nearest city and stock up on my gear and supplies and
prepare. I'm currently working as a maintenance worker at a motel so having a building maintenance course under you're belt is an asset.
Your survival skills will save you no matter what happens, you are one of the few who will always be okay unless of course you do something silly or
just run into bad luck
. The mountains are going to be the best strongholds, the zombie presence would be the absolute strongest in large cities
like Vancouver B.C. and Seattle. So naturally anything East of Vancouver or further North of Whistler would be good.
Communities like the queen charlottes in the north would never see the zombie invasion and they are completely self sustaining except for fuel.
Zombies cannot swim or climb mountains very well.
I have read in multiple zombie lore's that the immediate time of infection is a zombies most dangerous moments, they become more and more
useless/damaged by the day, gravity eventually pulls them apart. So all you need to do to survive the hard time in a situation like this is find a
stable communtiy that is self sustaining and live there for 4-5 years, by that time it has completely set in and begun to stabilize.
Obviously there would still be a threat, but I think the sea's of zombies that would have originated in the cities would be a past scenario.
Eventually groups could return to claim the oil production of Alberta/Texas (If it ever fell) and eventually take back the cities that we're lost to
the virus in the beginning.
Always remember, the beginning of any outbreak is the most dangerous.