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quality posts: 34 Private Messages novastarj

WootBot, "danger zones" are listed in the FAQ as areas with man-made structures. Since theoretically those places are more likely to house humans/potential zombies.

Of course population density would make more sense. Based on my currently location, the safest place for me to head according to this map would be Central Park, which is just ridiculous.

Relying only on man-made structures as danger zones could even be counterproductive. Some of those structures could provide far better protection than some random cave in a mountainside.


quality posts: 0 Private Messages frankandlisa

Well, hopefully the internet and electricity will still be up and running when the time comes.


quality posts: 32 Private Messages abitterwoman

Personally, I think they took the Bungie Player Maps from Halo and just used those to guess population.

Speaking of which, did you read the new Game Informer? Halo 4 looks awesome.

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quality posts: 27 Private Messages mikebbass

I just tattooed the maps on my forearms.

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quality posts: 0 Private Messages andrewski88

I'm stationed up in Alaska, and I say the map looks about right. There's quite a military presence with the Coast Guard and such on the Aleutians.


quality posts: 4 Private Messages travisk02

Apparently, all of my small town is in the Danger Zone... but the most dangerous place of all according to the map is the golf course right outside of town. That place is dark red. I didn't realize zombies played golf.

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quality posts: 9 Private Messages kanedax

I'm going with the World War Z thought when it comes to Alaska: Zombies are more likely to exist for longer periods if they can't rot away.

Alaska = cold. Cold = more durable zombies.

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quality posts: 2 Private Messages colegrove713

The north bit is the North Slope (Prudhoe Bay) where I work. I definitely think that would be a dead zone. There's about 5000 people up here in very close conditions at any time. Few resources too.


quality posts: 7 Private Messages DaLemming

Thus the need to hunt Alaskan zombie wolves from helicopters.


quality posts: 6 Private Messages unclejoeyv

I hope I never need to use this map. It is missing several pharmacies near my work. it also lists 1 wegmans grocery as a pharmacy (it does have a pharmacy, i'll give them that) and another wegmans listed as a liquor store (just beer?) and the airport plaza jewelers (aka "The Kiosk") is listed as a shopping mall. Another grocery store is listed as military, and there's a phantom department of homeland security on there too. Missing a bunch of lowes/home depot/hectors/home value locations too.



quality posts: 0 Private Messages zombieninjagrrl

This is super awesome, but inaccurate. None of the area police departments are showing up, and some of the gun shops are missing. On the flip side, there are things in my area I didn't know about it, so it's still useful. I hope they keep updating this so I can be better prepared when it does happen.

Also, I find it interesting the Metro Detroit is completely red (high population of course)while Windsor (Canada) which is right across the river is not red at all. That's a highly populated area. Maybe it's because of their socialistic health care system.


quality posts: 11 Private Messages bogus

I wonder why Minneapolis is one of the biggest red splotches in the continental US when zoomed out. Maybe becuase there's a huge area of medium-density development compared to the much more concentrated coastal cities. Isn't showing POIs for me, which is kind of amusing given you can't throw a shell casing in this city without hitting a Cabela's or Gander Mtn (which is headquartered in St. Paul).


quality posts: 18 Private Messages DaveInSoCal

The title of this topic should be: Always be preparanoid.