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21st Aug '16 9:51:17 AM Unregistered
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* The zombies in ''Film/{{Lifeforce}}'' are the result of a space vampire sucking the [[LifeEnergy life force]] of a human victim, leaving a shriveled husk behind. The husk will try to suck the life force on humans as soon as possible, spreading the curse, otherwise it will explode into dust after two hours.
21st Aug '16 4:38:38 AM Morgenthaler
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** There's also the implication of weirder things, as it is implied that the Zombie Virus (which is in fact a collection of different viruses, present in every living human and activated when they die) was designed to create the [[TwoThousandOne Starchild-like]] [[http://bogleech.com/mortasheen/oovule.htm Oovule]] as its ultimate result, somehow gone horribly wrong. Or perhaps it went just as planned, they never say.

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** There's also the implication of weirder things, as it is implied that the Zombie Virus (which is in fact a collection of different viruses, present in every living human and activated when they die) was designed to create the [[TwoThousandOne [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey Starchild-like]] [[http://bogleech.com/mortasheen/oovule.htm Oovule]] as its ultimate result, somehow gone horribly wrong. Or perhaps it went just as planned, they never say.
7th Aug '16 6:55:59 PM nombretomado
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* The Reapers in ''DeadLikeMe''. While they are not mindless, not slow, and for that matter no different seeming than humans in just about any way (other than the fact that you can't kill them). The fact that they were once dead and have been reanimated does qualify them to be referred to as the "Living Dead". (The show itself uses the term Undead to refer to the state they live in.)

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* The Reapers in ''DeadLikeMe''.''Series/DeadLikeMe''. While they are not mindless, not slow, and for that matter no different seeming than humans in just about any way (other than the fact that you can't kill them). The fact that they were once dead and have been reanimated does qualify them to be referred to as the "Living Dead". (The show itself uses the term Undead to refer to the state they live in.)
4th Aug '16 12:00:00 PM Owlivia
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* In ''Literature/TheWhiteRabbitChronicles'', the zombies are infected spirits instead of walking corpses, and hunger for human souls instead of flesh.
1st Aug '16 3:12:38 AM dvorak
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* The zombies in ''War Z: Last Empire'' are plague-bearers, but are prone to radical mutation, they're smart enough to communicate in their native language, and can even be tamed. This led to the development of the Biochemical Center, which lets players manufacture [[EliteZombie zombie super-soldiers]] by genetically modifying TheVirus and then injecting either a zombie or a "volunteer" with it.

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* The zombies in ''War Z: Last Empire'' ''Last Empire: War Z'' are plague-bearers, but are prone to radical mutation, they're smart enough to communicate in their native language, and can even be tamed. This led to the development of the Biochemical Center, which lets players manufacture [[EliteZombie zombie super-soldiers]] by genetically modifying TheVirus and then injecting either a zombie or a "volunteer" with it.
1st Aug '16 2:18:18 AM dvorak
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* The monsters from ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'' have a lot in common with zombies. They're people (and animals, with house cats being the only immune mammal) killed, mutated, and ressurected by TheVirus. However, they spread MeatMoss everywhere, and [[BodyOfBodies conglomerate]] into creatures called "[[OurTrollsAreFifferent Trolls]]" by the Danish cast. They might also be magic zombies; one of the theories about them is the gods got sick of everyone ignoring them and crashed civilization. The fact that TheMagicComesBack shortly after the ZombieApocalypse lends credence to this.
31st Jul '16 2:10:49 PM dvorak
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* The zombies in ''War Z: Last Empire'' are plague-bearers, but are prone to radical mutation, they're smart enough to communicate in their native language, and can even be tamed. This led to the development of the Biochemical Center, which lets players manufacture [[EliteZombie zombie super-soldiers]] by genetically modifying TheVirus and then injecting either a zombie or a "volunteer" with it.
23rd Jul '16 2:14:59 PM nombretomado
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* ''BowsersKingdom'' has the zombies infected with PoisonMushroom spores from [[NumberOfTheBeast Episode 666]]. They eat flesh and turn anything into more of them.

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* ''BowsersKingdom'' ''WebAnimation/BowsersKingdom'' has the zombies infected with PoisonMushroom spores from [[NumberOfTheBeast Episode 666]]. They eat flesh and turn anything into more of them.
15th Jul '16 7:44:00 PM Funkasaurus
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* A philosophical zombie is one that can recite ''Cogito ergo sum'' without meaning or understanding it.



* A philosophical zombie is one that can recite ''Cogito ergo sum'' without meaning or understanding it.

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* A philosophical zombie is one that can recite ''Cogito ergo sum'' without meaning or understanding it.
15th Jul '16 7:43:21 PM Funkasaurus
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* A philosophical zombie is one that can recite ''Cogito ergo sum'' without meaning or understanding it.
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