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Zombies

Zombies

The zombie or "walking dead" are believed to originate somewhere in central Asia and were popularized in George Romero's 1968 classic, "Night of the Living Dead." Constantly on the attack, the zombie's tactical advantage lies in their numbers. Zombie legions effectively utilize the "eat everyone in site" envelopment technique. Using its hands and teeth, this mass of rotting flesh will attack any human in reach with a highly virulent and deadly biological weapon that is transferred on blood contact. This is the zombie's ultimate weapon -ensuring that as they deplete the human race they are constantly increasing their own kind, leading them to ultimate victory.

Region: China
Weapons: Zombie hands, Numbers, and Zombie bite.
Reign: 1450 - Present
Key Battles: The zombie cannot be killed simply by severing the head, but requires the full destruction of the brain. Many human victims have been converted by picking up a severed head only to be bitten and infected.