Survive a Zombie Attack by Using the Zombie Survival Flowchart

by Ameron (Derek Myers) on October 29, 2009

Are you prepared for a zombie attack? Would you be one of the poor schlubs who gets eaten in the first hours of the zombie apocalypse or are you one of those fanatics who is ready for this unlikely, worst-case-scenario? If you’re anything like the team at Dungeon’s Master then you’re probably not going to survive very long if zombies ever rise up and attack humanity.

In case of a zombie attack, be it in your next D&D adventure or in real life, we want you to survive. To ensure that the human race stands strong when the undead rise, we’ve created a flowchart outlining what you can do to survive a zombie attack. Things will no doubt be chaotic when the zombies come for you, so the flow chart only covers the absolute essentials. Good luck!

Download your very own copy of the Zombie Survival Flowchart. Just right click on the link and select “Save link as.”

Zombie Survival Flowchart

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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Swordgleam October 29, 2009 at 6:16 pm

So by this logic, since I am both prepared and have tools and weaponry in my house, I have a complete chance of success.

2 Rook October 29, 2009 at 10:37 pm

Swordgleam, nothing is a 100% given, but you’re ahead of the game for sure!

Great flow chart guys. I’ve got just the friend to forward this to. She is terrified of zombies. In movies or otherwise.

3 Wyatt October 30, 2009 at 9:31 am

I’m prepared for zombies, but I feel all this propaganda by the anti-zombie conservatives is only a ruse to get us all to forget the real danger – WITCHES. Witches could be around you right now and you wouldn’t even know. They could be running for public office, they could be in your schools teaching children, they could be in the corporations making important decisions that affect our lives! Zombies can’t do that!
.-= Wyatt´s last blog ..A Punishment Ill Fit (IV) =-.

4 GeekBob October 30, 2009 at 10:10 am

HA! How ironic!

I went to class yesterday and turns out I missed an assignment on decision trees. I was able to do it in class and decided, since we could make up our own, to make one on if you encountered a zombie.

heh. Love yours BTW
.-= GeekBob´s last blog ..The Great 4e Netbook =-.

5 GRANT February 5, 2010 at 7:34 pm

This is an excellent chart.
I am going to survive, but with soiled pants.

6 Charisma November 6, 2010 at 11:45 pm

@ Grant:

In the highly technical field of Zombiology, we call that a “Code Brown.”
Charisma´s last blog post ..700 in Product for 25 I’d Help That Charity

7 Zrog November 5, 2012 at 2:38 pm

I fled for my life with soiled pants. Fortunately, they were brown already.

Does one of the preparations for the Zombie Apocalypse involve adult-size diapers?

8 Zomg Zombies November 5, 2013 at 3:03 am

Why is it, I ask, during every zombie apocalypse example (especially on TV or a movie) everyone strikes out first thing to get a firearm?

Honestly, the first thing I plan to grab, at the next zombie apocalypse I find myself in, is a simple rake.

Look at the benefits: they are found everywhere, you can get one quickly; they have reach, you can keep the zombies back from striking distance; very little upgrade is necessary, maybe reinforce the shaft; no ammo needed, your rake will never run out; if you have extras, you can make improvised zombie traps, just lay it on the ground, tines pointing up.

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