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jmt at 9:42PM, Aug. 1, 2008
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Assuming your zombies are the traditional magical sort, you're buggered, unless you become Ash…

If they're some silly virus kind, you're safe, no need to worry. No need for elaborate plans. -Just don't catch it.
All the zombies will simply die out. However strong the virus, dead flesh can't go on for long and humans aren't much good without intelligence.

Ash didn't fight zombies. he fought “deadites” who are humans posessed by Candarian demons.

In the stupid marvel books I guess he does, but I do not count that.
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Fenn at 11:36AM, Aug. 2, 2008
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Ash didn't fight zombies. he fought “deadites” who are humans posessed by Candarian demons.

In the stupid marvel books I guess he does, but I do not count that.
In Army of Darkness, there is a vast horde of corpses raised from graveyards. Aren't those zombies?
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Aurora Moon at 4:30PM, Aug. 2, 2008
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It would have to depend on what sort of zombie it is. Here's an compeversive list of all zombie types:

Alien Zombies (Zombus Xenus)
This species of possessed zombie is typically used by aliens as a means of warfare. The body is either inhabited by an alien intellect, or controlled indirectly.

Biological Zombies (Zombus Biologicus)
These zombies are re-animated by some form of chemical. Application of the chemical restores some basic brain functions, and occasionally memories of previous lives. Zombies of this type appear to have suffered some sort of mental defect which pre-disposes them to misanthropy and cannibalism. There is a variant of Biological Zombie where the re-animation is introduced through a disease-bearing pathogen of some sort. In these cases, anyone who has caught the pathogen will become a zombie after they are dead.

Demon Zombies (Zombus Demonicus)
This second species of possessed zombie behaves under basically the same principles as the Alien Zombie, except that the intent is usually more malicious in nature, with no clear purpose other than to cause suffering.

Electrical Zombies (Zombus Electricus)
This re-animation of this rare species of zombie is brought about by applying a large electrical charge to a corpse. Bolts of lightning provide sufficient charge, but there are further intricacies involved which have prevented this type of zombie from being common. The only persons able to reliably produce Electrical Zombies were Baron Frankenstein and one of his descendants.

Mummified Zombies (Zombus Mummificus)
Ancient Egyptians mummified their dead, and then placed curses to take vengeance on those who disturbed the tomb. This combination has been known to produce re-animation in rare cases. Attempts to reproduce the curses have not been successful, so this re-animation is very uncommon and difficult to study.

Radioactive Zombies (Zombus Atomicus)
Radiation has also been known to restore basic brain function to corpses. The resulting zombie is very similar to the Biological Zombie. There are those that argue that these two zombie types are the same species, and that the manner of re-animation is irrelevant. This continues to be a divisive issue in zombology today.

Satanic Zombies (Zombus Satanicus)
These zombies are re-animated by powers that are satanic in origin, such as from a ritual read from a book of dark magic. They are distinct from Demonic Zombies in that these zombies have self-will, and are not merely possessed shells. They are typically malevolent in nature. Those who cast the spell of re-animation are sometimes in control of the zombies, but more often than not, the zombies merely awaken and begin wreaking havoc.

Voodoo Zombies (i) (Zombus Caribbeanus Mortis)
Zombies from this species are closely related to Satanic Zombies. Magic is still used in the re-animation process, but the power stems from a human agent who has much more control over the zombies after they come alive. For those who wish to produce zombies, this has been established as the most effective method, simply because the zombies will almost always do the bidding of their creator.

Voodoo Zombies (ii) (Zombus Caribbeanus Vivus)
There is a variant of Voodoo Zombie where the zombie is produced from a living person, usually through the forced consumption of mind-destroying drugs. These zombies are relatively useless in combat, since they are both slow-moving and can be killed like a normal living person. For menial household chores, though, they are quite useful.

taken from here: http://www.zombierama.com/brainwaves/zombology.html

And of course naturally knowing your types can often help you in finding a way to defeat them and also in order to stay alive.

Take Voodoo Zombies for instance. You don't have to worry about getting small injuries from them because you won't turn into an zombie yourself just from bites and scratches like with the chemical/radioactive zombies. And to get rid of them all, you'd have to take out the one who cast the spells as seeing the person would be the one controlling them and keeping them “alive”. I also hear that some certain types of salt and ash is a very good way to keep those voodoo zombies at bay.

of course, the hardest zombies to deal with would be the chemical/radioactive zombies as seeing you'd have to take so many precautions to insure that you don't get infected, etc.
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kennatsu at 6:25PM, Aug. 2, 2008
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So what do you call the zombies you find in Rave parties?
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Aurora Moon at 11:58PM, Aug. 2, 2008
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So what do you call the zombies you find in Rave parties?

Voodoo Zombies (ii) (Zombus Caribbeanus Vivus)
There is a variant of Voodoo Zombie where the zombie is produced from a living person, usually through the forced consumption of mind-destroying drugs. These zombies are relatively useless in combat, since they are both slow-moving and can be killed like a normal living person. For menial household chores, though, they are quite useful.

=D
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Aurora Moon at 2:28PM, Aug. 5, 2008
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some pretty good guides on how to surive zombies of all kinds:

How to kill zombies and outlive them@Everything
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Custard Trout at 3:31PM, Aug. 5, 2008
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Ash didn't fight zombies. he fought “deadites” who are humans posessed by Candarian demons.

In the stupid marvel books I guess he does, but I do not count that.

He didn't have a chainsaw, that was a ‘lumber generator’. That thing that looked and acted like a shotgun in every way was actually a ‘buckshot ejector’.
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bravo1102 at 12:22PM, Aug. 6, 2008
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Ash didn't fight zombies. he fought “deadites” who are humans posessed by Candarian demons.

In the stupid marvel books I guess he does, but I do not count that.

He didn't have a chainsaw, that was a ‘lumber generator’. That thing that looked and acted like a shotgun in every way was actually a ‘buckshot ejector’.

No, the shotgun was his “BOOMSTICK!”

My zombie plan: (updated)


My secondary zombie plan:
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imshard at 3:54PM, Aug. 7, 2008
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Plan B looks a little risky, you'd need a full battery and entrenched infantry for point defense to make it work.

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