Over the last few days on here I've noticed dozens of names for those who have been bitten, here we can start a lexicon of terms and names for them
Example: Stag = A term that discribes an infected based on it's choppy or staggering walk
According to iGoogle, "undead terror" in German is untoten Schrecken, which is pretty close for spelling a word in a foreign language. Congradulations, thought, unduntenshreck is a word no one else anyone has ever posted on the internet.
ach, endlich!!!! Eine Internet Uebersetzer der funktioniert, wenn nur einmal. Was fuer eine Wunder!!! Im Zukunft koennte ihr vielleicht http://www.dict.cc/ oder http://www.leo.org/ benutzen, ich finde die viel besser als Google.
Now comes a much better question, Why do I always see people who don't speak German trying to name things in German? Use a language that everyone else is gonna understand!! If you're with a group that speaks English, use English, if they speak Spanish, use Spanish, if they speak German, then you can use German, and if they speak French, shoot them cause you won't understand them anyway.
*Collaborator - several zombies that shows up after one of them got feasting on its victim
*Dead Heater - the type of zombie / undead that loves to sheltered or lurking inside an old factory
*Jardead - an undead (former) jarhead
*Fubar und Kapoot - the condition which is definitely fatal and has no good ending for the cornered survivors !
*Sonic Hazard - a quick sudden attack from the hordes of the undead in a place which is considered
as a safe place but (regretfully) it isn't ....
*Wonderland - any places which are dangerous for the living to enter, for example : an abandoned amusement park or
some interesting place like Las Vegas
*Trasheater - a type of zombie that feeds on garbage on an abandoned town or city
*In For The Kill - a act of unheroic and inhumanity to join forces in wiping out the undead in order to fulfill one's thirst
of killing anything that moves around either it's zombie or living people
*Zombie Stomp - (predictably) is a kind of form of undead movement which is like a mixing of staggering, hovering and
slower walks which leave a zombie footstep marks that can be traceable
PS.Hope to read the first (ever) zombie / undead dictionary very soon .... when it getting published !
* A Few way out - it means there's hope for the survivors but can't save all...
* Mexicano's Pinata - a real good smacking in the head of the undead by using hard objects such as crowbar or club.
* Way of the flesh - human weakness that usually drove them into oblivion.
* Fire Dept. Anthem - it's a slang version for the (classic) angel's horns of seventh seals blows during the apocalypse.
* Quarantined - a situation where several survivors are trapped inside a building which is fueled of Z hordes and it's hard to
manage for escaping without any helps from outside.
* Cover my butt, but don't bite - a code of words for your trusted chosen sidekicks to fight side by side with you til the end...
* Nice Girls - a type of zombie girls which aren't deforming or decomposed yet...
* I Have a Date - means you are in a deep trouble on an unknown remote place but still manage to hold
* Don't get cheap on me - means everyone needing a helping hand and tons of ammo for surviving and it would
be nice to have a generous sidekicks or partners around.
* See you in Hell - one of the famous last words on a terms of condition where you are about to blowing up the
outside world around you with all the undead hordes which had you cornered and out of
* Climbers - any type of zombie that can climbing several places unpredictably, like 3 story building for
* Drifters - one of the oldest tricks: (probably) washed up their decomposing body and waiting for a dumb prey to
pick it up off the water....
* Lost Zombies Crew - any members of this social network whom successfully manage to reach the safe place
and regaining their plans of survival together...