Monday, November 19, 2012


As many of you may know, there is a very important holiday coming up.  Thanksgiving is a very important time of the year.  It is a day we celebrate what we have and are grateful for having it.  Of course, it's also a day we eat food.  Lots of food.  Did you know that Americans consume roughly 46 million turkeys a year on Thanksgiving?  That's a scary stat, especially if you're a turkey.
Now, as zombies, we don't really stress the Thanksgiving feast, and a lot of the people we know are grateful for that.  However, we do understand what Thanksgiving is all about, and we take the time to be thankful that we are still on this earth, have all of our original limbs, have higher brain functions that work, and most importantly, haven't had any death (or is it undeath?) threats in a long time.  And that's something to cherish.
Happy Turkey Day, America!! And, for those of you not in America, happy third Thursday in November!

Sunday, November 18, 2012

On a Much Happier Note....

Jace has just reentered the technology world!!  He has taken the initiative and set up an e-mail address.  This is a step in the right direction on his part, because it means he's not only successfully adjusting to life as a zombie, but taking the initiative to be an active part of the world.  ......or something like that.  Anyway, it's really cool, and he deserves congratulation.  His new address is

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Afterlife and Forgiveness and Stuff

Hey, I'm sorry I haven't posted in a while.  It's been a pretty stressful month for the Society.
So, I was really mad at Jace for posting about my dark side on Halloween.  So mad....I sorta went right back into demon mode and tried to eat his face.  But, Jace has been pretty stressed lately, with school and refusing to eat because he's a vegetarian, and I guess he just.....snapped.  He lost it and started attacking me back.  Dragon and Jess had to pull us apart and lock us away until we calmed down.  Yeah...neither of us are proud of that.......
Anyway, this set off a red flag for Jim.  We had always assumed that Jace was a shambler, meaning he shouldn't have been able to summon the energy to hit me, let alone go all ragey on my demon and fight back.  Also, his eyes turned red last week, which is never a good sign.
For those of you who don't know, there are three basic types of zombies.  The most common is the  shambler, which is your common slow, unenergetic zombie.  Alone, shamblers are actually pretty harmless, but they can be really scary in large groups.  Jim's a perfect example of a shambler.
There's also the rage zombie.  There are a variety of strands of rage zombies, but they are always pumped with adrenaline and way too energetic for their own good.  As you may have already guessed, Jess and Dragon are rage zombies.
The third type is the necromatic zombie.  That's me.  Necromatic zombies are created by using a human sacrifice to summon a demon.  The demon comes, possesses the sacrifice, and usually eats it's creator.  The sacrifice's soul is left to watch the carnage the demon causes, but there is nothing it can do anything about.  I'm lucky, because I managed to retain control of my own body most of the time.  Both necromatic and rage zombies are really damn scary.
 So, Jim ran a few tests, and it turns out that Jace something called a "dormant-rage" zombie.  That means that he acts like a shambler most of the time, but he becomes a high energy rage zombie whenever he's in danger or rrrrrrrrrrrrrrreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllyyyyyyyyyy mad.  Like, more mad than I have to be to lose it, which is saying something.
I wouldn't have told you this, but I realized something.  I made this blog on the concept of acceptance, and it's foolish to accept something if you don't have a relatively thorough knowledge of it.  And that means you need to know that the zombie society isn't exactly as harmless as I've tried to make us out to be.  So, yeah.  I forgave Jace for Halloween's post, and I'll try to be more open with you from now on.  Until next time!