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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Mid Season Break
Posted: Sat Dec 24, 2016 at 03:09:53 pm EST (Viewed 149 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Mid Season Break
Posted: Sat Dec 24, 2016 at 02:49:51 pm EST (Viewed 164 times)




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    It makes perfect sense. You only turn when you die. Period. This is no different than most zombie movies.


It makes zero sense. And most zombie movies don't have the bit about it being a virus in their mythology. And even in the ones that do they don't have the plot development that everyone on earth is a carrier of said zombie virus.

If the zombies aren't passing along something then why do people rapidly die from the zombie bites even when the bites are minor?


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    If anything, it doesn't make sense for it to be the bite that turns you. Too many people die and turn without a single bite.


Exactly the biting does not make sense.

Either the bite:

1. Infects you with something that turns you into a zombie

2. Has no effect on your health

If 1 is true then it makes no sense because everyone already has the same virus. If 2 is true it contradicts what we've seen in the comics and on the show...everyone's health rapidly deteriorates after the bite and they always die unless there's an amputation involved.




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    No. You're not getting anything from zombies. Bites, even normal ones, are really bad things. A friend of mine almost died from a normal human bite. Ended up in a coma and only lost a hand, thankfully.


You are getting something from the zombies...people's health goes down hill even after a minor bite and they always die. If it was just a case of being bitten by a dirty mouth you would have some people surviving the bites.



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