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Blood and Brains: NCRPC: Most Likely Scenarios for Reanimation


HOLBROOKLYN, NJ -- We at the National Center for Reanimation Prevention and Control (NCRPC) routinely deal with a variety of zombie infestations. It's a testament to the effectiveness of our organization that you are not currently drooling while you sip brains from your friend's skull. It's a dirty job, but somebody has to get paid very little (and no benefits) to do it.

That said, the NCRPC is always preparing for the worst. We have plotted out a series of disaster scenarios that could take place if we decided to call in sick for say, thirty days in a row. Presented here for your eyes only are those scenarios. Don't say we didn't warn you.

And oh yeah, if you see a guy with a shotgun standing over a twitching, smoldering corpse, a little "thank you" every once in awhile wouldn't hurt.

( A collection of adventure hooks for Blood and Brains.)

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June 24th, 2009
This free supplement for Blood and Brains is both funny and a cool brainstorm for a zombie game. It portrays a government health organization which is trying to cope with the zombie menace on various levels, and which is trying to develop countermeasur [...]
October 16th, 2008
Fantastic product with a great tongue-in-cheek style. It covers a variety of ways in which the dead may return to zombie-like life from alien intervention to video games! Includes difficulty ratings for dealing with the threat. [...]
June 17th, 2008
This is an awesome little PDF, fun to read and useful for visualizing some modern-day zombie scenarios. [...]
November 26th, 2007
Free, useful, and Zombies. Pretty much says it all. [...]
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