You're sitting at your computer, reading this message on Lost Zombies when suddenly a zombie bursts into the room you're in RIGHT NOW.
Are you far away enough from the door? Are your supposed anti-zombie weapons in your hands at THIS EXACT SECOND?
Please explain how you would fight off that zombie if it ran in right now. And in accordance to the whole "this zombie, that zombie", I'm just going to tell you that it is a headshot-only runner that has all its limbs intact. Scratches and bites are fatal.
Personally, I would be screwed. I'm sitting 3 feet from my bedroom door. If it burst in right now, I would fall off my chair and try to kill it with my laptop. Yeah, I don't think I'll get far.
It'll be awesome if some of you are at a coffee shop or a bar away from home. That'll be interesting.
I live in a garage, and there's a bunch of stuff between the door and me. I'm assuming it couldn't open the garage door (kinda heavy, I don't think that a zombie would comprehend how to do it anyway. ) My weapons are scattered all over the room, not close to me, but I could either use the laptop as a brainer or else stand up, walk the two feet to the garage door and throw it up and open, where I could either lock myself in my car parked out front (I keep some weapons in my car, mostly melee weapons) or haul ass across the highway to the railroad tracks. Good defensible location, very thick brush that you have to know your way around if you want to get through surrounding it.
I don;t think I'd be SCREWED, but it's not good that I'm so far away from my weapons. I'll redesign my layout now to put them in more tactical locations.
I don't mean to offend you but the leg injury set up makes it an awesome scenario. Sorry bout the leg bro
Sidearm's always in arms reach.
If I'm out and about, I'm always carrying a sidearm and a couple spare mags. I can use that to get to my truck where an AR and a half dozen mags are waiting. From there, it's get the hell out of the area and execute Plan B.
If i wasnt shocked by the fact that zombies were real and get eaten. i would run to my room and lock the door lol but i think if i got over the shock i would get my knife from under my mattress and get ready for a fight
Well, I would either kill it or I would kill it but get infected in the process. Joy. This is how it would play out.
I'm at my grandma's trailer and, unfortunately for me, the door is less than 6ft. behind me. I've got my headphones on and plugged into the computer. Fortunately, being as it is a trailer, I would feel it when the sucker busted through the door. This is the point in which my awesome new-mother-insanely-protective-instincts kick in. Since I expect someone to break in here sooner or later, I would assume that the zombie is a thief. And I would grab the 10-15 lbs. glass bowl or the 30-40lbs. bronze candelabra, with a marble base, that are both next to my elbow.
As the zombie steps over the threshold, I would yank my head phones off with my left hand while grabbing the candelabra with my right. Not halting, I would turn to my left (standing up) and place my left foot onto my chair. My right foot would step onto the kitchen table that is less than five inches from my left knee. By that time the zombie would have launched itself at me. If I'm fast enough, I could jump over it. Zombie would crash into my grandma's table and I would swing the candelabra into the back of its head repeatedly.
I said I could also end up infected but still kill the zombie. Well, I would still do all of the above but not be fast enough. Thus, I would land on the zombie instead of behind it. The zombie would still getting a beating with the candelabra but I would be scratched and/or bitten in the process. You may be wondering, "Wouldn't you be freaking out?" By the time that I would be on the table, it would be too late for me to do anything about it. Not to mention that I would be more intent on defeating my intruder than wondering why it reeks like blood.