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No you're not. Just divide by zero.

What good is surviving the zombie apocolypse if I destroy the very fabric of reality in the process?

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What good is surviving the zombie apocolypse if I destroy the very fabric of reality in the process?

You get to go out with a bang?

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Actually, a knife isn't all that useful against zombies, though it would be great for wilderness survival.

Just think about it; you have to run up to a bloodthirsty zombie, sit a ew inches away from it, and saw off its head with that knife while it can to whatever you want to your helpless, defenseless head. Stabbing probably isn't enough; you need to absolutely DESTROY the brain, 100%.

Guns and bombs are your friends.

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Actually, a knife isn't all that useful against zombies, though it would be great for wilderness survival.

Just think about it; you have to run up to a bloodthirsty zombie, sit a ew inches away from it, and saw off its head with that knife while it can to whatever you want to your helpless, defenseless head. Stabbing probably isn't enough; you need to absolutely DESTROY the brain, 100%.

Guns and bombs are your friends.

Don't forget falling rocks/pianos. And catapults. Rockets might work. Grenades.

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Don't forget falling rocks/pianos. And catapults. Rockets might work. Grenades.

Depends how large the catapult is and what you launch.

Launching kittens at zombies is useless and a waste of kittens, unless by kittens you mean rabid coyotes. That might work.

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Actually, a knife isn't all that useful against zombies, though it would be great for wilderness survival.

Just think about it; you have to run up to a bloodthirsty zombie, sit a ew inches away from it, and saw off its head with that knife while it can to whatever you want to your helpless, defenseless head. Stabbing probably isn't enough; you need to absolutely DESTROY the brain, 100%.

Guns and bombs are your friends.

Shoot it in the head with a quick in-n-out with the knife, preferably 12 inches long, also in the head. You have now followed a necessary rule for surviving the zombie apocalypse. The double tap.

 

 

Of course you need a knife. It is one of those multi-purpose tools. Crobar is best but a knife is not a bad thing to have either.

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Let's hear your argument first.

Lets see

1)Longer reach

2)Pry open doors

 

I know there is more but that is all I remember at the moment

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If we are talking about virus zombies, you touch some of that diseased blood on the blade and boom. You're craving brains.

 

I prefer long range weapons. Blood stays away and I live another day.

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-Bash heads. What else?

 

Knife: cut.

-Food preparation

-Cut: string, cloth, wire, clothing, paper, cardboard, etc. etc.

-Whittle

-Etch

-A bazillion other things that are rather situation-specific but if you want I could mention a few.

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-Bash heads. What else?

 

Knife: cut.

-Food preparation

-Cut: string, cloth, wire, clothing, paper, cardboard, etc. etc.

-Whittle

-Etch

-A bazillion other things that are rather situation-specific but if you want I could mention a few.

Heads, boxes, crates, doors, walls

 

 

I see your point though.

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Bashing walls? Why not just go around? Or through a window?

 

I'm not the brute-force type. Why bash a melon to bits when you can divide it into a neat number of slices?

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Heads, boxes, crates, doors, walls

 

 

I see your point though.

why bash doors?

 

the door is the entrance to a potential shelter, or the exit from a possible zombie corral. Why destroy it?

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why bash doors?

 

the door is the entrance to a potential shelter, or the exit from a possible zombie corral. Why destroy it?

An exit is still an exit without a door. You might want to raid a place anda door can be a very clumsy thing to have when escaping.

Even if you wouldn't bash the door it is always good to keep your options open.

 

@Rhea:I don't know why you would bash a wall but the option is there.

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A door helps keep stuff in and stuff out.

 

It's really not as easy to bash a door or wall down as the movies make it out to be. Not everything is plywood/drywall.

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A door helps keep stuff in and stuff out.

 

It's really not as easy to bash a door or wall down as the movies make it out to be. Not everything is plywood/drywall.

When your busting out of the room closing the door is your smallest concern.

 

 

It is true it might take a bit but you might want to customize your hideaway and bashing a wall down can provide barricade material. Same with a door.

 

Even if you never plan it it is always good to keep your options open.

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When your busting out of the room closing the door is your smallest concern.

 

 

It is true it might take a bit but you might want to customize your hideaway and bashing a wall down can provide barricade material. Same with a door.

 

Even if you never plan it it is always good to keep your options open.

Orly? I'd say that closing a door is a good thing. A momentary barrier (maybe longer depending on zombie smarts), plus if it locks - you're separated from the enemy.

 

But seriously, have you tried to bash a wall recently?

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Orly? I'd say that closing a door is a good thing. A momentary barrier (maybe longer depending on zombie smarts), plus if it locks - you're separated from the enemy.

 

But seriously, have you tried to bash a wall recently?

The walls at my home are fairly decent. A zombie couldn't bash through with fists for a bit but a nice swing of a crowbar could put a nice hole in it.

 

 

As I said over and over. Even if you NEVER plan to do it having the option is a GOOD thing.

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