Anything away from large cities would be good at first. Once the large flocks of people known as the golden horde start leaving the metro areas for the more rural ones they are sure to bring trouble. If the opportunity is available the safest place for your stronghold is an oil rig. I know this sounds far fetched but if you think about it it is miles off the coast and is raised off the water by smooth slick stilts. If you have to stay on land then you would definantly want to find something multi-leveled, but nothing more than 3 or 4 stories. That way you can implement obsticles as you work your way upward incase of a breach but are still able to escape once you reach the roof. Never go for the basement, it might seem like a great place but once you are breached the zombies are coming in the way you need to go out. No matter what you choose as a HQ you have to remember that your external defenses are everything, this would include anything that keeps anyone or anything out.
I agree with this idea. The oil rig is a very good idea. Tell me more. Elaborate on it.
I sat in the one place I thought I could find safety. It was a bank vault in a half assed place I called home.
I am safe but the air is running out...
Oh yeah this is my last will and testament, I leave everything to my cat. I hear them scratching, I itch too I wonder if there is food in here?
I am running out of pot and the air is getting hazy in here, I wonder how my cat is
oh yeah I hear banging what next
I should have bought water who knew?
just wheee waiting for this door to unlock, should be any day now
it is a big shiny door with locks on it
I think I will lick it
Upon inspection this man was found sitting in his closet wrapped in tinfoil smoking a bong of what our scientists can only assume to be his own feces.
There are no such things as zombies or aliens, your government is in total control. Keep your doors and windows locked at all times. Stay tuned for future enlightenment.
I sat there on my pillow staring at the horde. Don't get me wrong there wasn't a Horde at first. Just one or two poking their hands over the top soil. Soon there were more, like three or four. It was then that we knew we had a problem.