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Unread postPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2018 4:29 pm

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My question to the GMs who play Dead Reign do you purposely gross out your players?

Example: Having your players coming across a deluded zombie lover giving mouth to mouth with a Worm Meat zombie because she think *he* is sick and having the Worm Meat zombie yaking up a lung full of maggots/worms as she is giving mouth to mouth to *him* and giving a very *detailed* description of the scene between the deluded zombie lover and the Worm Meat zombie? :twisted:

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Unread postPosted: Sat May 12, 2018 1:43 am

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Baby zombies are a common trope in movies for horror purposes lately. I've seen them in Z-Nation, that mall movie, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

I guess Trainspotting counts too.

Unread postPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 9:26 pm


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Yep, zombies dasher babies. I was in Heros/Dead Reign were the party was sent into a city for search and rescue. One of the encounters had us walking past a daycare and seeing six of them trying to break a window to get at us. Everyone made their horror factor that time but later in the game me and another had to hunker down in the basement to avoid an airstrike. We were both knocked out from the bombs; when we come to one of the zombie babies was trying to gum it's way throu the other guy class 4 armor. He failed his HF save and flipped out; I must have pistol whipped him a good half dozen times before I managed to get the baby off him. Two more followed form the daycare and started a moan outside the gunstore we were trying to regroup. I am going to leave the story there otherwise I would be typing on my phone all night.

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