Any modern zombie apocalypse game is going to need zombies. Rather than simply saying "You see a zombie" or "You see a lot of zombies" this supplement describes 100 different zombies in detail, from injuries to appearance to age and sex (although not ethnicity, so that they are generic enough to use anywhere).
The zombies include children and the very young, and the descriptions may be too graphic for young players.
This PDF supports Adobe layers and the page backgrounds and images can be disabled to make printing easier.
Here are some sample results:
A middle-aged man in a suit who has an iron bar embedded through his upper torso. The railing has been cleanly cut at one end and the decoration on the other suggests it was part of a decorative fence. The man’s suit is torn and blood and one sleeve of the suit jacket, and the shirt below, has been torn off, revealing an arm chewed to the bone. The iron bar catches on things as the man staggers.
A young girl in school uniform, who has her brown hair in a pigtail on one side of her head. On the other side, there is only bloody scalp where the matching pigtail and the surrounding hair has been ripped out. A hole has been chewed in the side of the girl’s neck, causing her head to become lopsided, and he uniform’s top is bloodstained.
A thin, almost skeletal and completely bald man, who looks as if he could barely walk at the best of times. There was very little flesh on the man and much of it has been chewed away, leaving bones showing in many places.
A tanned, blonde young man, in good physical condition wearing swim shorts. There are chunks missing from his legs and attached to one ankle is a surfboard, which is catching on things and greatly hindering his progress.
An elderly woman moving very slowly. She has a walking stick dangling from one wrist by a loop of cord, and would appear to have needed that to walk faster. Her hair has been mostly ripped out and bites cover every inch of exposed skin, including a hole chewed into her stomach where her blouse has been ripped open.
One page is the front cover and one the front matter.