Welcome To Lazarus

Instead of a "BANG", humanity is passing away with the shuffling of dead feet, and hungry moans. Desperate men and women fight against the rising tide for the newly risen dead.Sometimes, though, the undead are not he most dangerous things out there. Civilization has failed the test; the only thing left is survival.

Lazarus is just one of many places where humanity holds on by a thread, and life and death come as easily as a roll of the dice.

Lazarus ATZ Campaign Time-line and Index

DAY 1 – 5
Sporadic reports of attacks begin coming in from all over. News feeds from other countries report similar attacks. Response is slow and only after a verified attack on a public figure occurs does the government intervene.

DAY 6 – 9
Large areas are barricaded, cut off, and quarantined as the attacks increase dramatically. Riots break out as people try to enter and exit these areas. Civilians begin leaving the urban areas causing a run on banks forcing closures. This triggers more riots as power outages begin to occur. As local authorities are being overwhelmed the National Guard and military are placed on alert status.

 DAY 10 – 14
The National Guard and military are called in to restore order as well as quell the outbreak. They fail horribly as whole cities fall to the zombies. Power blackouts are the norm in large urban areas. No national updates as government becomes localized. The population makes one last exodus to the countryside abandoning the cities.

DAY 15 – 21
Local governments are abandoned by the national authorities and forced to survive on their own. Urban areas totally abandoned to the zeds. Some local areas are “secured” but at the cost of individual freedom. Areas in between are totally lawless and gangs of individuals stake their claim to their own little part of the world.

DAY 22 – 25
US Government unleashes the Lazarus Project to reclaim the country. Project fails with dire consequences. It’s the end of the world, as we know it.

Portions of the Lazarus ATZ Campaign Time-Line reprinted from the ATZ: Better Dead Than Zed rulebook, with permission from Two Hour Wargames.  It's use, or the use of any other copyright material on this blog is not meant as an infringement of any intellectual property.

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