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#9 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/01/2012) [-]
I actually live 20 minutes from downtown Halifax. Nova Scotia has very mild weather compared to out west due our proximity to the ocean. If anything the heat would be better for zombies as it would make them rot faster rather than preserve their morbid flesh. Halifax hardly has WWII defenses unless you are referring to Citadel Hill which was built in the late 1800's. While it would have awesome defenses against troops in the medium spectrum it would fail rapidly and be over run as the mindless living dead slowly fill up it's trenches and creates a direct path to it's concave center. Citadel Hill is smack in the middle of downtown and travelling to it would be an extremely bad idea let alone the fact that all of the Haligonians would flock there for refuge just as they did during the Halifax Explosion. An infection would rapidly spread through the citadel and would be leveled by Canadian Forces fighter jets. Traveling here is overall a generally bad idea.
User avatar #32 to #9 - Tweet (05/02/2012) [-]
We live in close proximity anon.

;)
#45 to #32 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/02/2012) [-]
Lower Sackville fag reporting here.
#12 to #9 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/02/2012) [-]
Well, you can't count out other places like the islands in the harbor. Also, a lot of people might not think to go to citadel because it's so old and low tech. Also think about the angle of the slope, zombies have terrible coordination and it would be tough for them to climb all that way. If anything they would probably flock to Stadacona since it's an active military area and relatively new compared to Citadel Hill.
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