If there is a single constant in the universe, it’s this: If someone’s ready for a Zombie Apocalypse, they’re ready for anything. Plan for the worst thing imaginable – like a Class 3 Apocalypse – after that, a snowstorm taking down the power for a week gets pretty damn trivial to manage.
Welcome to the Zombies and Disaster Preparation portion of the website. Here, the merry ne’er-do-well’s of Deth H.Q. gather to swap information on how to Zombie-proof one’s life. Let’s face it, nothing wrecks a day faster than having one’s calf gnawed by the the walking dead. So, (since we’re first and foremost helpers), we’ve collected useful advice and tips to assist our above-room-temperature readers in staying non-undead. Or, on a more mundane level, help them enjoy some comfortable family time while their neighbors freeze their asses off in the dark.
The world only ends once, but nobody says you can’t drag out your preps when some dumbshit backs his Cat into the water tower, or mother nature decides to turn a major metropolitan area into a swamp. FEMA food lines are for suckers.
• DB Kit
• Solar Power Bag
• Entertainment Bag
• Game Box
• Bug Out Vehicle
• USB Documents
• Emergency Preps
• Survivalist Board
• Zombie Squad
• SHTF Plan
• Survival Mom
• Doug Ritter
Ammunition When it comes to a storing ammunition, the “consensus” is a person should stock a minimum of one thousand cartridges per weapon. While we approve of the concept, one should note folks on Ye Olde Interwebs love to toss about “facts” without properly illustrating the weight and volume of the object(s) involved. Yes, in [...]
Game Box As we’ve mentioned before, entertainment is often neglected when people go about their crisis planning. This is however, a poor idea, since the overwhelming balance of emergencies involve a rapid relocation to a safe environ, which then devolve into hours of tedious waiting. Given this fact, a solid entertainment box can go a [...]
The Guild’s official printable emergency manual has been added to the Zombie’s and Shit section. Click HERE to download the manual directly. It contains a pack-guide, a series of useful medical tips, edible plant suggestions, and excerpts from the USMC and SAS guides.
Every Day Carry Gear It’s a good idea to carry useful tools and equipment on one’s person – commonly referred to as EDC Gear, (Every Day Carry). Not only is such equipment highly useful for simple day-to-day chores, but it can be potentially life-saving. The rational for an EDC Kit is as follows: While it’s [...]
Bug Out Vehicle Kit One way in which many survivalists and preppers carry their equipment is to load it into the BOV, (Bug Out Vehivle). This has several advantages over packing around one’s emergency supplies, not the least of which is the sheer weight of the gear that can be transported from place to place. [...]
Water Purification Lack of potable water is a serious issue in any crisis. Perhaps we are not emphasizing this point strongly enough. Without a supply of drinkable water YOU WILL FUCKING DIE IN LESS THAN A WEEK. Point made? Good. How the water stops flowing is irrelevant – maybe the balloon just went up, or [...]
Entertainment Bag Entertainment is often neglected, and while a disaster may require rapid flight from danger, and stressful situations may command one’s attention, there is also the possibility that a person will face a “hurry up and wait” scenario. Particularly if the bug out is being provoked by less than society ending circumstances. In fact, [...]
Universal Power Bag Most families these days are awash in electronic gadgetry. GPS, Cells, MP3 players, Smart Phones, Gaming Devices, Netbooks, Lap-tops, Radios, and a zillion +1 things that run off batteries. Some are merely entertainment, some are potentially life-saving tools. Some are both. Therefore, it’s prudent to have a way to power these items [...]
Duty Belt Kit: Some preppers will use a military or law enforcement duty belt as a sort of minimalist survival kit. Quality duty belts feature unparallelled durability, modular components, and excellent compartmentalization – making for an attractive storage solution. However, (and this is a big one), the combat ready appearance of any Duty Belt guarantees [...]
INCH Bag: I’m Never Coming Home Bag The INCH bags are the survivalist or preppers pack of last resort. Unlike the BOB’s or EDC bags, the “I’m Never Coming Home” packs are for when situations dictate that one leave the homestead or BOL and become effectively a refugee. This is never a good situation, but [...]