Zombocalypse Down

Surrounded by a ravening horde of zombies, supply of ammo dwindling, we had a choice to make for our little stuffed bunny buddy -- go out in a blaze of glory or save a bullet for ourselves. Being muy macho, we opted for the former:

D'oh! "Never trust a guy named Vinny", I think that's the lesson we can take away from this little misstep. Or possibly "Never start a land war in Asia", but perhaps I'm getting my intellectual properties confused.

So our adventure ends here, surrounded by the sprawled bodies of our fallen foes, doomed to spend eternity wandering around as a drooling, brain-eating stuffed bunny zombie. There are worse fates, I suppose, like maybe being married to a Kardashian. Although, I wonder what happens to zombies once they eat all the humans? Can they turn cannibal and eat other zombies for whatever brain dregs are left?

Hopefully we'll never know.

I'd like to thank "Zombocalypse Now" author Matt Youngmark for writing such a fun, engaging adventure, and all of you for playing along. If you haven't yet purchased your own copy, I highly encourage you to do so. You can take the forks we did not, and see if maybe you can arrive at a different conclusion. Having read through quite a few of them, I promise you'll enjoy the journey.

Next week we start a new Matt Youngmark adventure, so be sure to tune in on Thursday!

6 Responses to Zombocalypse Down

  1. Dan says:

    um…..wow. ok. yeah. So, on to the next adventure then?

  2. Niall Mor says:

    Dang, I was just getting into this one! I’m assuming the new Matt Youngmark adventure will be Thrusts of Justice. Can’t wait!

  3. Jeff Hebert says:

    Thrusts of Justice it is!

  4. MonaLux says:

    Princess bride reference WIN. I lol’ed.

  5. Myro says:

    Anyone curious as to how things would have gone if we went the other way last week? We would have died there too. Honestly, it would have taken us branching on a completely different course earlier on to have survived. Maybe. I think the odds of our successfully navigating this book were 3720 to 1 or something like that.
    So looking forward to Thrusts of Justice. I really like Matt Youngmark’s style of writing.

  6. Dan says:

    I think the odds of our successfully navigating this book were 3720 to 1 or something like that.

    Never tell me the odds! 😉