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Zombies vs. Mutants. A Practical How-To Guide. Dead Shamble Inarticulate Groans Brains Hungry See Brains Rotting. Zombies (Homo Mortis). Alive Scramble Often with Non-Human Outlines Lumps Tumors Lack of Hair Third Hands Sometimes Glowing. Mutants (Homo Novis).

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Zombies vs mutants

Zombies vs. Mutants

A Practical How-To Guide


Zombies homo mortis

Dead

Shamble

Inarticulate

Groans

Brains

Hungry

See Brains

Rotting

Zombies(Homo Mortis)


Mutants homo novis

Alive

Scramble

Often with Non-Human Outlines

Lumps

Tumors

Lack of Hair

Third Hands

Sometimes Glowing

Mutants(Homo Novis)


The haitian zombie homo voudon

Indigenous to the Caribbean and Southern Coastal United States

Not An Actual Zombie

Not Dead

Mimicry

Shut up

The Haitian Zombie(Homo Voudon)


Observing zombies

Native Habitat States

Graveyards

Mortuaries

Tombs

Ancient Burial Sites

Shopping Malls

Tools of the Trade

Binoculars

Shovel

Shotgun/Boomstick

Dangers

Dangerous when provoked

Evil Curses

Books of Evil Lore

The Police

Benefits

Plumage

Forgotten Artifacts

Observing Zombies


Observing mutants

Native Habitat States

Dystopian Futures

Mad Scientists’ Laboratories

The Sewers

Nuclear Power Plants

Tools of the Trade

Geiger Counter

Sunglasses

Automatic Weapons

Dangers

Dangerous when provoked

Radioactivity

Intelligence

Minions

Benefits

Photo Opportunities

Futuristic Pseudo-scientific Stuff

Observing Mutants


Reproductive behaviors of zombies

Reproduce Asexually States

Similar to the Central European Werewolf

Beware Mating Season

Starting early October until they reach a frenzy on the 31st

Reproductive Behaviors of Zombies


Reproductive behaviors of mutants

Reproduce Sexually States

Vast array of possibilities.

May have strange or unknown reproductive organs

Often prefer privacy

Sometimes are rendered sterile and require the kidnapping of nubile young women – or rugged young men – to reproduce with them and continue their genetic line.

Warning: They may devour their mates.

Reproductive Behaviors of Mutants


Defeating zombies
Defeating Zombies States

  • They Move Slow

  • Tend to be tough and take several hits.

  • Use Ranged Weapons

  • Aim for the head. If you cannot aim for the head for some reason, aim for the chest and when they’re down, shoot them in the head. Destroy the head; it’s very important.


Defeating mutants
Defeating Mutants States

  • They Move Fast

  • Tend to be weaker, but with bizarre weirdo abilities, with an incredible variety.

  • Shoot first, but have a backup close weapon just in case.

  • Aim for the head. If you cannot aim for the head for some reason, aim for the chest and when they’re down, shoot them in the head. Destroy the head; it’s very important.


Summary and questions
Summary and Questions States

  • Zombies are dead.

  • Mutants are alive.

  • If they are dead and a mutant, then they are a zombie.

  • Zombies are dead.

  • Got it?