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Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons - Winter

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At some point in the seventies my father and his cousin dragged an old pre-fabricated shed out to a Lake some eleven hours north of Toronto. It had plywood walls, no insulation and a tiny 12” window to the front and a single door. The built bunks into it and an old fuel-drum conversion was built into it as a stove and heat source. No power, no water (except from the lake). At eighteen months old my dad would drag my mum and I out there in the winter to camp, snowshoe and cross-country ski as a getaway...Continue Reading

Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons - Fall

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For a survivor group living without power, running water or other modern conveniences the changing of the seasons can be a reason to be filled with dread. Weather becomes more unpredictable. The nights become longer and the days shorter. The heat of summer potentially gives way at the end of the season to an early freeze. Rival Groups will become more hostile as they too being to feel the worrying onset of the end of the year. Continue Reading

Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons - Summer

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Oh Summer… the seemingly endless hot days and warm nights are something to look forward to for most of us with running water and a reliable electric grid. Ash Barker is back on the blog to talk about Summer in Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: SeasonsContinue Reading

Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse Leaders Quiz

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With the release of Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons next month, many of you will be thinking of creating a new group of survivors (or perhaps for starting your first adventure in this post-apocalyptic world!) To help you work out which character type best fits you, give our Last Days Leadership Quiz a go! Keep track of your answers to find out your result!Continue Reading

Introducing Last Days: Zombie Apocalypse: Seasons

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As I sit and write the summer is in full glory here in the Wine Country in Canada. The Niagara Delta sits between two of North America’s ‘Great Lakes’, bodies of fresh water so huge they can almost be called inland seas. Being on a sliver of land between two of these means our weather conditions tend to the extremes. Hot and humid in the summer, with winters alternating between ferociously cold if the wind tilts from the north to massively snowy if multiple weather effects collide over us...Continue Reading

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