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Quarantine Zero - Pre-apocalypse zombies/virus (JCINK)

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It started in Alberta, Canada. The virus known as Demento was nothing to fear back then but since, it''s grown and evolved to be something terrifying. Now, almost every week there's new countries where there are infected and recently there have been reports of the dead coming back to life. It's a time of high tension as people fear for their lives, going about their daily activities in hopes that they don't catch the virus and go out like those who have endured it so far. There are the zombie survivalists who believe an apocalypse is coming, and then there are those who think it can be cured. Take us to Chicago, IL, our game setting. Where the people of the windy city are just trying to avoid getting sick in their closed, cramped space. Can they manage? What are you doing in the last days before shit hits the fan?


Quarantine Zero is a pre-apocalypse zombie game that will eventually become the apocalypse. Our goal is to give players a chance to play their characters in a world being slowly overtaken by disease, living in fear of it but this is not simply a zombie game however, there is more going on than meets the eye and there will be more than zombies to fight against in the long run. QZ strives to be different from other zombies game or at least we very much hope so. In other notes, we are a no word count, low stress place but we do plan on having plenty of plot to keep things interesting.



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