As society collapses, it's up to the Big Damn Heroes to fight their way to safety or keep shooting until things blow over. While Horror is assumed to be an inherent part of the zombie apocalypse, not all the horror and conflict comes from the zombies themselves.
Instead it can come from the reaction of the living humans involved, and how they respond to the state of fear and violent chaos brought about by the zombies. The breakdown of society, the fear that your Fire-Forged Friends could be infected and turned against you without warning, are at least as important to a zombie story as the zombies themselves, if not more so.
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Within the past couple days or hours, something very strange has happened.
This prevents society and/or the main characters from adapting, and also makes Convenient Comas somewhat plausible.Common to virtually all Zombie Apocalypse tales is that, regardless of the reason zombies attack living/non-infected people, they never attack other zombies.Whether they'll attack animals other than humans varies, but it's rare for The Virus to affect other species, probably because it's cheaper and easier to film humans in make-up than to work with animals, whether trained, animatronic, or CGI.Also expect the Incongruously Dressed Zombie to turn up for occasional comic relief.The trope Zombie Apocalypse refers to any kind of undead apocalypse the common traits of this trope are that the undead spread rapidly, wipe out humans primarily by eating or biting them, and are usually highly infectious — even if the undead happen to resemble vampires or yet another kind of monster more than zombies.The zombie apocalypse is almost always a case of Guilt-Free Extermination War requiring that everybody be armed.Expect a healthy dose of Infant Immortality — for despite a population of millions of children at any given time in any human population will become (visible) zombies — and when they do show up it will just be one child zombie, for audience effect.Casting Atlanta SINGLES with interesting lives and stories to tell.Looking for singles finding it hard to get over their ex, singles looking for love, a group of close friends with diverse dating backgrounds, and/or entrepreneur/career oriented SINGLES.Another main staple is that things will always, go From Bad to Worse.Either from the character's actions or circumstance which are out of their hands, no matter how improbable it is.