History TabletopGame / AllFleshMustBeEaten

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22nd May '18 5:59:29 PM Monolaf317
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8th Apr '18 8:23:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''The Cybered Dead'': In a world of Film/MadMax post-apocalyptic desolation in between huge cyberpunk mega-cities, the megacorporations control all. In this twisted world, when the dead first started to walk, the megacorps tried to control them, cybernetically enslaving them to artificial "hive brains", though that failed and now hordes of cybernetically modified dead roam much of the world. But some unscrupulous megacorps still try and take advantage of things...

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* ''The Cybered Dead'': In a world of Film/MadMax ''Film/MadMax'' post-apocalyptic desolation in between huge cyberpunk mega-cities, the megacorporations control all. In this twisted world, when the dead first started to walk, the megacorps tried to control them, cybernetically enslaving them to artificial "hive brains", though that failed and now hordes of cybernetically modified dead roam much of the world. But some unscrupulous megacorps still try and take advantage of things...
3rd Mar '18 11:42:07 AM nombretomado
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''All Flesh Must Be Eaten'' is one of the most popular and well known gamelines produced by ''Eden Studios'' for its {{Unisystem}} roleplaying game, even compared to its [[LicensedGame RPGs inspired by]] ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Series/{{Angel}}'' and ''Film/ArmyOfDarkness''.

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''All Flesh Must Be Eaten'' is one of the most popular and well known gamelines produced by ''Eden Studios'' for its {{Unisystem}} UsefulNotes/{{Unisystem}} roleplaying game, even compared to its [[LicensedGame RPGs inspired by]] ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Series/{{Angel}}'' and ''Film/ArmyOfDarkness''.
5th Oct '17 12:01:52 PM marcoasalazarm
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* WeirdHistoricalWar: Multiple Deadworlds involve a ZombieApocalypse erupting in the middle of a war, sometimes because of a government project trying to weaponize the dead and sometimes because the war disrupted ThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow.
19th Sep '17 7:43:21 AM thatmadork
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* ItCanThink: Your standard zombies are rated -2 on an Intelligence scale of 1 to 6, "Dumb as Dead Wood"; nothing more than mindless shambling, biting flesh-eaters. However a full palette of intelligence options exist for them, including Tool Use (at 1, they'll break windows with rocks; at 3, they can ''drive cars''), Long Term Memory (they ''know'' you went into that building and ''know'' you'll have to come out sometime) and even Problem Solving skills (piling up boxes to reach a high window to climb through because a human locked themselves in). A clever ZM can really shock players with how much their zombies can learn.
10th Sep '17 2:50:43 AM PaulA
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* ''Hannibal East, Re-Animator'': A mad medical student named Hannibal East has become consumed by his mad experiments in reanimating the dead. Obviously based on ''Film/ReAnimator''.

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* ''Hannibal East, Re-Animator'': A mad medical student named Hannibal East has become consumed by his mad experiments in reanimating the dead. Obviously based on ''Film/ReAnimator''.''Literature/HerbertWestReanimator''.



* ''Peace, Love and Zombies'': The {{CIA}}'s "Project: MK-ULTRA" went down no less than three routes in reviving the dead. Group A used radiation to enhance a rare virus first discovered by the Werhmact near the end of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, injecting this into living victims to strong, bloodthirsty, brutal, uncontrollable zombies that could spread their condition by biting. Group B used research into Voodoo to create a chemical compound that would bring back a recently deceased body as a docile, inoffensive, simple-minded walking corpse. Group C used a chemical process perfected in the 1920s by [[Film/ReAnimator a little-known Massachusetts physician who disappeared under mysterious circumstances]], creating fully intelligent zombies -- who needed to feed on human brains. Group C organized a break out, and the three types of zombie have since scattered across America.

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* ''Peace, Love and Zombies'': The {{CIA}}'s "Project: MK-ULTRA" went down no less than three routes in reviving the dead. Group A used radiation to enhance a rare virus first discovered by the Werhmact near the end of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, injecting this into living victims to strong, bloodthirsty, brutal, uncontrollable zombies that could spread their condition by biting. Group B used research into Voodoo to create a chemical compound that would bring back a recently deceased body as a docile, inoffensive, simple-minded walking corpse. Group C used a chemical process perfected in the 1920s by [[Film/ReAnimator [[Literature/HerbertWestReanimator a little-known Massachusetts physician who disappeared under mysterious circumstances]], creating fully intelligent zombies -- who needed to feed on human brains. Group C organized a break out, and the three types of zombie have since scattered across America.



* ShoutOut: To just about any zombie movie, game or novel you can think of. Herbert West, the titular Reanimator of the Creator/HPLovecraft story, gets mentioned, referenced or parodied in several official deadworlds.

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* ShoutOut: To just about any zombie movie, game or novel you can think of. Herbert West, the titular Reanimator of the Creator/HPLovecraft story, story ''Literature/HerbertWestReanimator'', gets mentioned, referenced or parodied in several official deadworlds.
25th Jun '17 6:19:22 PM nombretomado
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: In addition to the fact that any monster built with the zombie creation rules and feeding on blood or souls can be portrayed as a vampire, Atlas of the Walking Dead includes a large number of vampires. Most obviously are the Gothick Vampire (vampires as popularized in modern culture, ala Literature/{{Dracula}} or Literature/{{Carmilla}} or Literature/{{Interview With A Vampire}}) and the Vampire (vampires as the bestial, rapacious, gluttonous corpse-predators from European mythology), but there are also the likes of the [[ChineseVampire Gyonshi]], Penanggalan, Shuten-Doji and Vyrkolokas.

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: In addition to the fact that any monster built with the zombie creation rules and feeding on blood or souls can be portrayed as a vampire, Atlas of the Walking Dead includes a large number of vampires. Most obviously are the Gothick Vampire (vampires as popularized in modern culture, ala Literature/{{Dracula}} or Literature/{{Carmilla}} or Literature/{{Interview With A Vampire}}) ''Literature/InterviewWithTheVampire'') and the Vampire (vampires as the bestial, rapacious, gluttonous corpse-predators from European mythology), but there are also the likes of the [[ChineseVampire Gyonshi]], Penanggalan, Shuten-Doji and Vyrkolokas.
13th Apr '17 6:21:24 PM Doug86
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* ''The Cybered Dead'': In a world of MadMax post-apocalyptic desolation in between huge cyberpunk mega-cities, the megacorporations control all. In this twisted world, when the dead first started to walk, the megacorps tried to control them, cybernetically enslaving them to artificial "hive brains", though that failed and now hordes of cybernetically modified dead roam much of the world. But some unscrupulous megacorps still try and take advantage of things...

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* ''The Cybered Dead'': In a world of MadMax Film/MadMax post-apocalyptic desolation in between huge cyberpunk mega-cities, the megacorporations control all. In this twisted world, when the dead first started to walk, the megacorps tried to control them, cybernetically enslaving them to artificial "hive brains", though that failed and now hordes of cybernetically modified dead roam much of the world. But some unscrupulous megacorps still try and take advantage of things...
7th Jan '17 8:52:35 AM nombretomado
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* ''Hard Boiled Corpses'': A high-ranking member of China's Communist Party, Colonel Tsai Hsing, has decided to take inspiration from the urban legend of the [=CIA=] having created crack cocaine and introduced to the poor black communities of America. His team, "Operation: White Thunder", has created a new ultra-potent version of heroin by, among other things, cutting it with toxic waste from China's nuclear power plants, which they are flooding the steets of Hong Kong with in the hopes that it will kill off all drug users and dealers, thusly solving the organized crime problem. But those who don't die swiftly from using White Thunder proceed to die and come back as intelligent zombies, still hankering for their dopamine fix -- if they can't get White Thunder, they go after human brains instead. Now Hong Kong is shaping up into a war between the police (who want to stop all the murders), the Triads (who want dead guys to stop killing them and taking their drugs), the Black Ops (who want to contain this problem and find a way to get out of this mess intact) and the Zombies (who just want to get their fix). Loosely inspired by traditional GunFu Hong Kong HeroicBloodshed movies, such as those of JohnWoo.

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* ''Hard Boiled Corpses'': A high-ranking member of China's Communist Party, Colonel Tsai Hsing, has decided to take inspiration from the urban legend of the [=CIA=] having created crack cocaine and introduced to the poor black communities of America. His team, "Operation: White Thunder", has created a new ultra-potent version of heroin by, among other things, cutting it with toxic waste from China's nuclear power plants, which they are flooding the steets of Hong Kong with in the hopes that it will kill off all drug users and dealers, thusly solving the organized crime problem. But those who don't die swiftly from using White Thunder proceed to die and come back as intelligent zombies, still hankering for their dopamine fix -- if they can't get White Thunder, they go after human brains instead. Now Hong Kong is shaping up into a war between the police (who want to stop all the murders), the Triads (who want dead guys to stop killing them and taking their drugs), the Black Ops (who want to contain this problem and find a way to get out of this mess intact) and the Zombies (who just want to get their fix). Loosely inspired by traditional GunFu Hong Kong HeroicBloodshed movies, such as those of JohnWoo.Creator/JohnWoo.
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