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Transcript of Zombie Monstrosity
Move in packs
Attracted to sound, heat, or smell
No emotions or intelligence
Could be anyone
Clearly humanoid yet monstrous
Cause mental breakdowns
Cannot be understood
Loss of humanity
Hard to contain
Zombie fungi in ants
killed in various ways
human intelligence and emotions
often cannot stay hidden
only transform at full moon
transformation takes a while
time to escape
tied to an area
harm is often more psychological than physical
Real world parallels
Causes all forms of harm
Johanna Blair, Matthew Clark, Matthew Kern, Vivienne Qie
anything based in truth that challenges our perception of reality, triggers fear, and causes harm (mental, physical, emotional)
Lack of morality
Everyone is a soldier
New rules of war
WHAT IS A ZOMBIE?
WHAT IS SCARY?
Total focus is to attack and kill
Not bound by human limitations
Seemingly endless, come to each others call
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