These found diaries are first hand accounts (i.e. lots of spoilers) of
what happened when the world went into a State of Decay…
I found a police cruiser to drive to where the Doc was situated; he was with the Wilkersons. They had the Doc helping out one of their wounded. While the Doc was tending to him, one of the Wilkersons’ told me a giant group of zombies was heading our way and they wanted me to help out. I agreed.
We started to board up the windows and fight off the first wave. My weapon was pretty badly damaged, but I managed to kill them. The second wave however, was when my weapon broke. They gave me some Molotov cocktails to throw. I decided to save those for later and I’m glad I did. A fat zombie showed up and those bastards love to charge the house and break the barricades on the windows. I threw a few cocktails and burnt him a few times, but it didn’t kill him. I also had a few bullets and they didn’t do much damage either.
I decided to do the dumbest thing possible and went outside and got in my car. I drove it around, killing the fat zombie and the hordes of zombies. Everyone was alright and I kicked so much ass!
The Doc did all he could, but couldn’t save the guy. I told them I would take care of him and I did, but stomping his head in. I ain’t risking anything.
I headed back to the church and found out Ed is going to be alright. The Doc was quick and patched him up good. I also decided to build a few more things at the church. I have a workshop now, so weapons can be repaired daily. I also ordered up a big meal, so everyone can feel better. I went for a few runs with some people, that were either feeling sad or angry. We cleaned out some zombies and they are much better now. Things are actually looking a lot better at the church.
We keep getting more words from other survivors and they want us to join them. I haven’t yet checked out the radio reports from these people, but I will soon.
I just got word that the Army wants me to help scout out some zombies and send artillery strikes in. I don’t trust the Army, but I’ll still head out and see what’s what. That’s all for now.