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Cyril Brookham - Sat, 13 May 2017 10:48:09 EST ID:QiMaW5/L No.14567
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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 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.
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Heather !VZj063fzwU - Wed, 23 May 2018 01:14:42 EST ID:pWyizGRK No.14727 Ignore Report Reply
>>14567
That's why I listen to Radio Free Albemuth.
*badumts*


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Simon Fackleshaw - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 13:51:35 EST ID:jyVCyVhd No.14340
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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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George Gonderbanks - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 01:05:16 EST ID:MVedrCln No.14344 Ignore Report 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 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.
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Heather !VZj063fzwU - Wed, 23 May 2018 01:12:39 EST ID:pWyizGRK No.14726 Ignore Report Reply
>>14340
>Warhammer 30,000
very funny


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Archie Tillinghall - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 11:23:02 EST ID:H8Qy9c/o No.14663
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Movies, series, comics, videogames, books, anime, you name it. Fictional or speculation documentary, everything goes. Recommend and discuss.

Gonna begin with the number one, the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. saga which began as a short-story named "roadside picnic", then soviet director-god Andrei Tarkovsky made it into a movie named STALKER, and then we got the videogames of the same name. All of them are pure 10/10, check them out if you somehow haven't yet.
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Cyril Snodspear - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 15:04:04 EST ID:NkremaJi No.14665 Ignore Report Reply
Going with some obvious stuff. The wasteland games. The fallout games. Mad max stuff is post apocalyptic too. Stephen kings the stand is a lot of fun. Really fond of the extended cut of that book.
dark tower is technically post apoclyptic too but its also a lot of other things too
I could use more books in this vein for sure. Not really well acquainted with the classics of the genre.
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Frederick Bollyshaw - Fri, 30 Mar 2018 13:39:30 EST ID:GLT+hAkq No.14719 Ignore Report Reply
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Red Sails In The Fallout, a Gammaworld novel by Paul Kidd.
Unashamedly furry, genuinely hearttouching, non stop cliffhanger adventure serial stuff spun off an old tabletop RPG.


The best survival weapons. Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Esther Cullerhood - Fri, 11 Nov 2011 01:46:31 EST ID:4TWZ6GnB No.5979
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So what's your best, or favored survival weapon? If shit hits the fan, what will you keep by your side at all times, relying on it to save your ass?

It could be a gun, a blade, something blunt, maybe even think outside the box here. Perhaps it's your car. The point is to pick one thing which you would choose first as a weapon to survive an apocalypse.

Now just to clarify, this is a total SHTF apocalypse. There are zombies, thermonuclear blast sites, biological weapons released, natural disasters, fucking total anarchy everywhere. Things like bullets might be in short supply unless you've got your own personal ammo dump. Forget about raiding a nearby military base, it's almost definitely either heavily fortified and in use already or completely annihilated. You might have some luck in private shops or homes, but ammunition is going to be a bit scarce, especially since in such a world it will become so valuable.

Gas stations won't be up and running for the most part. You may have to find other means of transportation. Think about how this impacts the type of weapon you select. Things like weight, conspicuousness, extra moving parts that need to be carried are all important factors.

Think about concealment. Or alternatively, intimidation. Would you do better hiding the fact that you're armed? Or would walking through a town lugging a fully automatic machine gun speak more to your style?

Think about alternative uses for your weapon. What else can it be used for? Could you chop things with it? Dig perhaps? There's a lot to consider and you only get to pick one.

My choice? A khukri. I'm not saying it's everyone's best choice but it works for me. I prefer being sneaky, inconspicuous, quiet and not having to rely on scavenging for ammunition on top of food and other supplies means more time saved. Sure it's not nearly as reassuring as a rifle, but so long as I stick to the shadows and keep my head down I'll be fine.

I'm not very strong and am somewhat short, the khukri's design capitalizes on the laws of physics, giving you a lot of slicing power for very little kinetic input. A swift flick of the wrist and someone loses an arm. Or a head. Gunshots are loud, they attract attention and can be difficult to direct in a crazy situation if you don't have prior training. Sure you might have gone to the shooting range every weekend for ten years but are you sure you won't piss yourself and freeze up as an undead horror comes screeching at you full speed, mutated face pustules throbbing, fangs eager to eat your flesh? Now in that scenario you might be saying "well fuck, I'd rather have a gun than have to get anywhere close to something like that" and I would say you're probably right. However, there's just something primal about holding a big blade in your hand. It feels right and in a fight or flight response, the first instinct is sometimes to swing violently at your target. With a blade, that will work just fine.
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Albert Bregglehare - Sun, 18 Mar 2018 21:43:06 EST ID:ulG4mPee No.14715 Ignore Report Reply
>>5979 a single shard of mussel sea shell war is hell
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Ebenezer Babberfield - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 09:26:10 EST ID:HYPo0hXh No.14716 Ignore Report Reply
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>>14684
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Betsy Battingway - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 20:14:43 EST ID:3nVbmlq3 No.14718 Ignore Report Reply
Non smokers will smell those fag buts and realise you smell awful and so will make a terrible meal or rape victim and leave, the smokers who are slower due to emphysema will be easier to avoid. They'll smell the shit still but by the time they've picked their way around your punji pit you are long gone, which means if you need to stop and hork up some phlegm you'll have a lead in case the raiders already cleared their lungs this morning.


SURVIVALISTIC INVENTIONS, MODIFICATIONS, & OTHER HACKS OF SUCH IMPLEMENTATIONS Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Graham Bobblehatch - Sun, 19 Jan 2014 12:04:01 EST ID:7Y2ZM7Iw No.12630
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{Okay, well, besides hoping this board survives, thrives, and eventually moves more than say /art/ does, here's to hoping for a pretty packed & kick ass thread}

>ITT:
So, I call this the Bait Bobber Bottle. A bait-fishing keychain kit ideal for lakes, ponds, & slow-stream/river shoreline fishing. This is something I just allofasudden threw together from handmedown mish-mash gear my uncle never used anymore after rewatching the first Rambo movie and recollecting all of the wannabe 80's & 90's handles-full-of-life-providing survival kit-knife ads you saw in the back of magazines and suchwhat. The bobber part & function was never an intention and actually an unaccounted for side-effect of such an idea and concept.
As you can see by the second image, with everything from image 4 still packed inside of it, and even with another 2-inch banana weight clipped on (no clue on it's exact weight but a baby would completely cry if you chucked it at their face), the 50ML liquor bottle still completely floats and functions as a bobber. This is totally a prototype though:
(1) the safety seal ring around the bobber-bottle's neck is fine in an emergency survival situation but I wouldn't trust it to stay on a keyring indefinitely so it should be replaced by something stronger for the abuse of daily carry/dangling.
(2) the waxed papery gasket inside the cap is probably more likely designed with the thought of keeping liquid contents in, but a pancake-like rubber/solid-synthetic disc gasket would maybe be a better & more reliable option.
(3)This kit totally has more room in it for additions; I'm planning on adding a few long lasting modified strike-anywhere survival matches and a bare-bones ultra-thin small-game knife, something like a mini K55K.
(4) The bass guitar string segment with the bent angle on the end in the third image is to function as a gaff hook to pull out & pack in equipment.
(5) The spool is a 3 or 4 inch segment of standard home-use oxygen breathing tube slitted up through the segment with one parallel line along it's length and wound with 20 pound test line (never measured it out but I'm sure I got at least 50-70 feet on there …
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Cedric Chummlefuck - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 13:24:55 EST ID:PV3mpdV8 No.14666 Ignore Report Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Cedric Chummlefuck - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 13:26:40 EST ID:PV3mpdV8 No.14667 Ignore Report Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Polly Ponningsick - Tue, 05 Dec 2017 18:55:22 EST ID:+IFcMONJ No.14671 Ignore Report Reply
>>14662

2 is not a few


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.stoner Man - Sun, 30 Jun 2013 01:54:01 EST ID:+XVQEY4Z No.11448
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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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Nigel Buzzleway - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 21:21:44 EST ID:K48qdaYw No.14112 Ignore Report 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 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 Reply
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I would start with the clowns too :-)


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Thomas Gannerstone - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 06:12:58 EST ID:2nPaaAYN No.14584
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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 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


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Henry Blackfuck - Thu, 29 Dec 2016 09:18:19 EST ID:wbo/iCy6 No.14482
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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 Reply
This is amazing, thanks for sharing! I just read the whole thing!


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Barnaby Snodville - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 17:25:10 EST ID:5HohB7Pg No.14575
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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 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 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


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Barnaby Brenningture - Thu, 11 Dec 2014 03:00:09 EST ID:Kb4GtEmk No.13623
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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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Sasha Makarov - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 12:36:54 EST ID:d023yQB2 No.14550 Ignore Report 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 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 Reply
I'd be totally okay with that. Just join freedom and smoke shitty zone-grown weed all day.


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Survival guides - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:10:39 EST ID:42Q4ddgb No.13434
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Postem!
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Shit Churrykutch - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 02:36:15 EST ID:/a6zH99h No.14547 Ignore Report 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 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 Reply
>>14483
if theres no water, you're fucked


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Fanny Grandforth - Tue, 22 Nov 2016 03:13:31 EST ID:V9l3Wd1c No.14460
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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 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 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 Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Caroline Goodwater - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:14:25 EST ID:im2lg+g1 No.14406
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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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Angus Simmerfit - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 09:01:31 EST ID:+sp1plIE No.14425 Ignore Report 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 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 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? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Archie Tillingway - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 09:06:09 EST ID:lPka7kWD No.14548
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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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Sophie Debbleforth - Wed, 29 Mar 2017 10:43:12 EST ID:oKww57Ek No.14551 Ignore Report 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 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 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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