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Post your loot /fo/ by .stoner Man - Sun, 30 Jun 2013 01:54:01 EST ID:+XVQEY4Z No.11448 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think you would raid from anon collections? If the apocolypse happened and we unfortunatley were forced into brutal survival.
I'll start with some loot of mine.
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Martha Bunwell - Fri, 07 Aug 2015 18:02:04 EST ID:q5rvbDUm No.14038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>11450

The gnome is a nice touch.

I gotta get a gnome for my BOB.
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Nell Mimmletud - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 15:08:26 EST ID:K48qdaYw No.14054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Saiga rifle chambered in 7.62x39 w/ Bushnell red dot 1x28 riflescope
>Mosin Nagant M91/30
>P-64 pistol chambered in 9x18 Makarov
>Chest carrier with spare magazines for my Saiga
>Box with several hundred rounds for each weapon I own
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Nigel Buzzleway - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 21:21:44 EST ID:K48qdaYw No.14112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bought a Henry H001 and put a barska 4x scope on it, also bought a daisy air rifle with a 4x scope.

pew pew
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Jericho´s Arsenal - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 21:41:32 EST ID:HIEVlRe0 No.14625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Karabinek Wz. 88 Tantal Assault Rifle, GP-25 Grenade Launcher, Remington 870 Witness Protection Shotgun, Browning Hi-Power Pistol, Pipe Bomb, Hammer Poll Tomahawk, AKM Type II Bayonet, Shiv Knife
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William Sipperpare - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 21:31:15 EST ID:bG2K0oBf No.14627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I would start with the clowns too :-)


Err My Gerd, Lerfwerb? by Simon Fackleshaw - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 13:51:35 EST ID:jyVCyVhd No.14340 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone play Lifeweb? It's a Space Station 13 clone set on an Earth colony beset from without by alien slavers and torn from within by religious war.

Evergreen is a nightmare crapsack world like Warhammer 30K, Battle Angel Alita, F.A.T.A.L. and The Night Land all ran into each other and exploded.

Good luck just walking down the street without being raped, skinned, and eaten. In no particular order.
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Betsy Navingchore - Thu, 28 Apr 2016 08:04:25 EST ID:Q3mhZuZt No.14343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That looks like utter shite
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George Gonderbanks - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 01:05:16 EST ID:MVedrCln No.14344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14343

lol this unrobust chucklefuck doesnt even have a clue about ss13, opinion disregarded

looks p. cool OP, too busy playing ss13 to check it out, maybe one day
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Cedric Wublingville - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 18:58:17 EST ID:MATPGNEA No.14588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14340
You don't happen to have the link to the discord do you? I left it at some point and now I can't find it again, if it's even still there.


reading the Book of Revelation by Thomas Gannerstone - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:12:58 EST ID:2nPaaAYN No.14584 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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audio

http://amy-talks-all-day.blogspot.ca/2017/06/the-book-of-revelation.html
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Samuel Tillingstone - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 18:16:03 EST ID:2/5o+Jbl No.14587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14584
On one hand I think it's kind of cute that we have this middle aged crazy woman who likes to hang around with us and isn't scared off. On the other it's frustrating that she keeps spamming her blog. nb


Beurocratic dystopia or post-apocalyptic wasteland? by Sidney Blatherbanks - Wed, 14 Dec 2016 10:48:38 EST ID:U08FLdq/ No.14469 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I know that everybody preps for scenario 2 because, let's face it, guns and ammo and abandoned building are way more fun than surveillance and wage-slavery

But really it feels like scenario 1 is what "post-apocalyptic" looks more like in today's context. how the fuck do you prepare for *that*?
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Oliver Shakeforth - Fri, 16 Dec 2016 00:56:53 EST ID:PAUjS2ga No.14470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Take back the knowledge. Take back the power. Fight Babylon.
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Edwin Bardfuck - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 18:40:46 EST ID:3ZI22UtR No.14485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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get educated. stay in shape. dont do drugs so you can save the money. bang on the system as you work your way up the ladder. manage not to become jaded and bitter in the process. kill mustafa mond.
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Ebenezer Bavinglut - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 09:39:15 EST ID:Itnv6KTL No.14487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Scenario 1.
I try to cultivate a few criminal skills
I try to stay off the grid as much as is practical.
I enable activists and reformists by passing on information and manuals with the means to enact action
I try to disseminate security culture
Try to maintain activist and/or criminal contacts who could provide transport, fake ID, or sundries made controlled by a cultural shift or government crackdown
Keep abreast of legal rights, support political action that tries to maintain such.
Try to set aside funds for emergencies, for provision, bail, kickbacks, etc, in a way that cannot be frozen by banks. Hopefully in a form that cannot be deprecated.

Scenario 2.
Try to keep enough bulk food in the larder to last an emergency
Stay cognisant of emergency response and follow current emergencies
try to cultivate survival skills and acquire suitable tools
Try to educate loved ones in correct emergency response
Network with neighbours, friends and family in case of protracted emergency or need to resettle.
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Frederick Grimstone - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 15:51:39 EST ID:3Qw3niZH No.14503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd probably just do what I'm doing now: embrace political apathy, find a cozy job or do freelance work, find a trashy apartment in neo-tokyo, deal dissociatives on the side (because dissociatives are the most dystopian drug), spend excess money on cool future tech like virtual reality and superdrugs, join a cult for spiritual fulfillment, and listen to trap music until the impending singularity

>>14487

you have been sent to the gulag
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Oliver Tillinggold - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 05:48:32 EST ID:a4zzt+TS No.14582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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After reading this I realize we're likely living in something similar to this. I feel like we're in the precursor stage to heavy-cyberpunk. Like the weird fashions and holographic shit you see in the movies. Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell ect.

Have a feeling most of us are going to be pretty old by then..

That, or the world will look like children of men.


PA comic by Henry Blackfuck - Thu, 29 Dec 2016 09:18:19 EST ID:wbo/iCy6 No.14482 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.sssscomic.com/
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Lydia Guggleworth - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 20:23:50 EST ID:FuEKSRNN No.14581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is amazing, thanks for sharing! I just read the whole thing!


in need of inspiration by Barnaby Snodville - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 17:25:10 EST ID:5HohB7Pg No.14575 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm building a 3d environment for gmod zombie survival.

I need some pictures of interesting looking buildings and locales to spark some inspiration. I plan to make a little abandoned rural city or something similar. Like Midwestern Pripyat.
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Hedda Fuckingson - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 21:35:20 EST ID:CVj+Cqnm No.14577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14576

Has anyone ever told you to fuck off?

If I wanted to google this shit I would have. I have an extensive folder of pictures like this already. I just wanted to post in this slow ass board and get a little dialogue started and an image dump going. Thought a board dedicated to post apocalyptic shit would have some good imagery to share.
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Barnaby Nanningdodge - Fri, 16 Jun 2017 23:22:42 EST ID:V9l3Wd1c No.14580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14575
http://www.apocalypsezone.com
Awesome wallpapers here. Post a picture of your map or enviroment or whatever, i try to make apocalypse maps on far cry or whatever game but my xbox always crashes after ive finished like 2 blocks of a whole city


Post-apocalypse scenario by Barnaby Brenningture - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 03:00:09 EST ID:Kb4GtEmk No.13623 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What if the post-apocalypse was like S.T.A.L.K.E.R.? How would you guys feel about that?
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Augustus Funderkock - Thu, 29 Jan 2015 06:41:26 EST ID:J9C6FKwt No.13727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13623
it would be pretty cool. hope there would be girls around though
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Eugene Callerfield - Sun, 08 Feb 2015 07:47:23 EST ID:BV+m87gI No.13745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>13646
UROD TY NAHUI FASHYSTY BLET DOLBOJOBY JIBANY SUKA PYDERAST TY KURVA

i REALLY HOPE THAT'S NOT WHAT APOCALYPSE IS LIKE

hopefully it's like this
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Sasha Makarov - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 12:36:54 EST ID:d023yQB2 No.14550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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S.T.A.L.K.E.R. like scenario would be preferable imho
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Reuben Finnerhet - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 19:26:25 EST ID:NkremaJi No.14556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I mean I can dig it. The whole people are killing each other, the base camps, the monsters. I always envision it being something involving nuclear power or the like if there ever was a post apocalyptic scenario. I figure stalkers vision isn't that far off about how things would go down. Those games are really cool too, with one of the best mod scenes out there easily.
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Graham Husslekodge - Sun, 14 May 2017 15:15:53 EST ID:op0Biu5y No.14569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd be totally okay with that. Just join freedom and smoke shitty zone-grown weed all day.


Survival Guides by Survival guides - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:10:39 EST ID:42Q4ddgb No.13434 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Postem!
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Henry Blackfuck - Thu, 29 Dec 2016 09:02:34 EST ID:wbo/iCy6 No.14481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Henry Blackfuck - Thu, 29 Dec 2016 11:47:41 EST ID:wbo/iCy6 No.14483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Shit Churrykutch - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 02:36:15 EST ID:/a6zH99h No.14547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>13434
https://thepiratebay.org/torrent/12733842/Survival___Prepper_Library
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Walter Sottingstock - Tue, 04 Apr 2017 17:03:26 EST ID:mHYRscKa No.14555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>13434
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Phyllis Subblecocke - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 21:17:20 EST ID:bG2K0oBf No.14559 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14483
if theres no water, you're fucked


did you by Cyril Brookham - Sat, 13 May 2017 10:48:09 EST ID:QiMaW5/L No.14567 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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ever read or watch SF from decades or more ago and see weird anachronisms like they're still reading newspapers in the future or there's one big computer instead of a network, housephones, zeppelins, then you wonder what from current SF is it that there won't be in the future, the one really glaring error, the thing the future won't have because it's just so impractical, that no-one's really predicting?
I figured it out. It's people. Us. The great filter is approaching; asteroids, Martian climates or hard AI or MAD war over dwindling resources. 100 years left, the countdown is set. This species, maybe the whole planet, is fucked.

I reckon the accelerationists have it right; if we speed up enough, transfer our consciousness, make ourselves small and hard and fast then maybe, maybe some version, some remnant of us will punch through. Hard wired beneath the planet's surface. But it isn't looking likely. Post-apocalypse, post-human, post-consciousness. We're leaving behind a dead planet, boys. The dust storms are going to tear our monuments to pieces.
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Represent - Tue, 16 May 2017 19:21:31 EST ID:ge++cQK4 No.14570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14567
I sometimes love, sometimes hate the anachronisms in good old SF books. By the way, I'm a huge Philip K. Dick fan. I agree with all you said in the second part of your post and the monuments are the last thing I worry about.


What would you take? by Fanny Grandforth - Tue, 22 Nov 2016 03:13:31 EST ID:V9l3Wd1c No.14460 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I used stuff i actually own
My Chiapa.22 m1 carbine
40 rounds hollowpoint
My Python
20 hollowpoint
My AR with 3-5x scope, torch, angled foregrip, probably make a silencer
210 fmj
Cheap pvs14
Soft armor
Aiii pack multicam(kicks ass btw)
Cheap softshell coyote
Shemagh
Hoodie
Thermals
Food
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Hugh Senderbidging - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 22:25:40 EST ID:4DIVHtx+ No.14557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>stuff I own

Hi-point .45

no name backpack

Canvas field jacket

Glock Knife

No name wal-mart boots

like, 40 rounds. One magazine

bic lighters
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Phyllis Subblecocke - Mon, 10 Apr 2017 21:16:18 EST ID:bG2K0oBf No.14558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>stuff I own

backpack with change of clothes
pocket knife
rope
I'd wear the good boots
lighter
water bottle
guitar
wristwatch


The Long Dark by Caroline Goodwater - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:14:25 EST ID:im2lg+g1 No.14406 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://hinterlandgames.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Long_Dark

Well this looks survivally as all fuck.
Wind chill, day/night cycle, and scenery porn.
Has anyone checked this out?
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Esther Cellydud - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 02:31:29 EST ID:7099uN5X No.14414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just went through my first play-through today and holy flying fuck is this the most realistic survival game I've ever played.

Day 1: Woke up beside my partner, he didn't survive the night. Recover some antibiotics and his knife. Followed the right-side path, eventually stumbling upon a lake side cabin, finding some food stores inside, bed-rolls, and ammo. Continue traveling along the lake until I find a camping center. Find more food, a fishing tackle, ammo, and instructive book on dress/skinning techniques.

Day 2: Discover that the lake is full of fishing shacks and cabins; loot some of them for more food, a fishing manual/tackle, and more ammo... all this ammo but no sign of a rifle, shame.

Day 4: Food stores are getting low, decide to explore. Follow some train-tracks to some wrecked cars, find some ammo and a hatchet, but alas no food. The winds pick up forcing me back to the center to recover. I still need food so I head towards a fishing shack, break the Ice, light a fire, and try my luck. I catch a couple fish but while I was fishing the fire went out without me noticing, and a blizzard has reduced viability to almost zero. Freezing and disoriented, I am luckily able to find my way back to the center. At least the fish will hold me over for tonight.

Day 6: Made my first real mistake. Fishing provides barley enough meat to survive, if something goes wrong I will starve. Decide to fish for as long as I can. Stopping two hours before sunset was not enough time to get back. Not wanting to waste a flare. I am forced to put down a bed-roll and make camp in the fishing shack, barley surviving the cold.

Day 7: I make a decision, I can barley survive on fish or I can try and find a rifle somewhere. I can't make a bow without animal resources, and there are no carcases to scavenge, so I decide to follow the train-tracks for as long as I can. I encounter a wolf who begins stalking me. I am forced off the tracks and into a clear-cut. The wolf begins to get unsettlingly close and I resort to using my flare to ward it off. I find myself by a lumber-camp. I explore the trailers and find enough food to last the day, two flares and some more ammo, but alas no rifle.

Day 8: Leave the camp to explore the rest of the clear cut. Round a hill I spy a fire-watch cabin, but can't see any means passed the sheer cliffs it's perched upon. Making my way round the cliffs I'm attacked by a wolf, luckily I have bandages and antibiotics to patch myself up. I eventually find a way to the cabin, which is dismally barren. I find only a single granola bar, and most frustratingly, an empty gun rack.

Day 9: I have no food. I make my way through a valley round the cliffs, but there is nothing. I see crows circling overhead and decide to investigate. I find a deer carcass, and am able to extract some meat, hide and innards. it is late in the day, and I am exhausted, I am forced to use an emergency-stim to get back to the cabin. I barley make it into the bed, and am forced to consume my freshly acquired meat.
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Hannah Pabblesodge - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 04:00:06 EST ID:n0cUcHNw No.14424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eternal Winter is another nuclear winter game, this time with a team of sled dogs you manage.
http://www.surviveaneternalwinter.com/
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Angus Simmerfit - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 09:01:31 EST ID:+sp1plIE No.14425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14424
Having to manage supposedly sapient NPCs is hard enough, but a pack of fucktarded derphounds? No thanks.
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Beatrice Murdham - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 10:43:11 EST ID:Mph9lwKg No.14442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Interloper mode is out. It's pretty much nightmare mode, where nature actively tries to kill you, like a body attacking a germ.
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Rebecca Goodgold - Sat, 01 Apr 2017 13:22:01 EST ID:jmDpCjIC No.14554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm watching Bluedrake42 play Escape From Tarkov, another STALKER spiritual successor. Looks good, very realistic FPS, very tense multiplayer stealth, paranoia and looting.


Doggos:Good or Bad? by Archie Tillingway - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 09:06:09 EST ID:lPka7kWD No.14548 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How practical would it be to keep a dog in the post apocalypse?

It would be awesome to have a big strong one to help you find food and attack zombies and bandits who fuck with you, but then you run the risk of being swarmed by 20 zombies or a party of cannibals if he freaks out at a stray cat or squirrel.
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Nell Sopperdock - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:04:32 EST ID:wJxe0aeS No.14549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Many homeless people and super broke wooks traveling keep dogs to help gain sympathy, something warm to sleep with, and to help keep people safe.

Also they eat the dogs if they get hungry enough.

Plus dogs have been with people since... eh, before we wrote shit down.

Dogs = good for apocalypse.
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Sophie Debbleforth - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:43:12 EST ID:oKww57Ek No.14551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd think it'd be like taking a dog hunting, or drug sniffing... Most dogs wouldn't be very useful and those who are would have to be trained for years by a professional to be of any help.

That doesn't mean there isn't a psychological benefit to keeping pets around though. Just means that they're definitely more of a burden than a benefit, practically speaking.
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Clara Danningdudging - Thu, 30 Mar 2017 01:02:45 EST ID:NkremaJi No.14552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14548
A big imposing dog has its use in this sort of scenario in large part because it can defend you. Now you'll run into some senarios where the dog just isn't helpful or is a burden. But overall? He'll wake your ass up if somethings coming to get you while your asleep.

Now the dog might not last forever in this sort of scenario. You might not either. Its still better to have a dog than the wrong person around you. A dog isn't going to betray you cause he gets annoyed.

You have to hope that you have the right dog though. A Chihuahua isn't going to be of much help in this sort of world.
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Charles Blatherfield - Thu, 30 Mar 2017 01:11:27 EST ID:KQ6v1Zd4 No.14553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14551
I agree, the average house dog would be a burden in the apocalypse. A hunting or camping dog would be somewhat better but there's still the chance they do something retarded if they're at all used to home life.
I think if you got a few month old puppy it would be able to adapt to your situation as it grew up, but it would be pretty useless for a few years. It depends how long you plan to survive I guess. Once you got a full grown dog who thought you were the alpha male and who grew up after the apocalypse it would be super useful. Dogs are really good at learning if you constantly engage them, so you could probably teach it some complex shit, like smelling out zombies and warning you.


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