"A leather coat with aluminum sheeting layered over top one another like scales on a snake. Ceramic armor can only take one or two hits before its integrity is compromised, but if you layer the armor like scales, it can stop…"
"I KNOW THIS WILL SOUND WEIRD BUT BEAR WITH ME A ...STUDDED LEATHER DRESS... I KNOW IT SOUNDS WEIRD BUT IF IT GOES DOWN TO YOUR ANKLES (AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DRESS THEIR WILL NEED TO BE A METAL BRACE TO KEEP IT FROM FOLDING IN) THE ZOMBIE WILL HAVE TO…"
"The problem with armor is bulk, it will slow you down, sap you of energy faster, and make moving difficult. Take it from someone who knows, I've worn several forms of armor, chainmail, leather, plate, and military bulletproof armor.
"Old rubber tires cut into strips, bits of leather and metal, some rusty chainmail, some polished bone, some treated wood, and some thick cloth like burlap. Take those materials and turn them into a suit that covers nearly your entire body--every one…"
thanks for reading all of that, and your input is something i had not actually ever thought about. haha and i intend to adjust thier emotional responce accordingly and re-write a few pages, appreciate the input
The salt is for several reasons, not just to season food with or ass electolytes, although they will do good at this once the sports drink mixes are gone. But you can also brush your teeth with salt, and even clean a wound from what I understand (maybe that's where we get that old saying?). You could preserve some fish or other small bit of meat to last a while. If you had enough you could even salt the ground to clear yourself a longer-term location
Hey man, Im really into preparing and want solid advice and people to bounce ideas around with. Neat tricks and packing tips are priority, and technical and tactical input is greatly appreciated. What kind of skills do you have?