The Patriarch of Pestilence | survivethewalkingdead.com

The Review The narrative opens with a letter to the Wizard Milward from his old associate Alten Baldrisson Grisham’s Librarian. Milward was notified that war is underway, Adam continues to fulfill dwarfish prophecy, earth quake and a state of siege by the Ortian army are proving bothersome to those living in Grisham. The reader is […]

The History of Canadian and American Military Gear | survivethewalkingdead.com

Today, it’s fashionable to wear military clothing and footwear, but most people don’t think about the rich history behind these items. Both Canada and the US have a long military history, and military items were functional rather than fashionable in these life-or-death situations. However, today it’s stylish to wear military gear such as dog tags, […]

Left 4 Dead Versus Mode | survivethewalkingdead.com

VS Mode VS is by far the most difficult and complicated mode in L4D (kinda depends on how good the other team is too). Playing against zombies controlled by people who think and devise coordinated strategy’s is lots of fun. It’s even more fun with tips and tricks that will help you win! Survivors Playing […]

Top Addictive and Diverting Games for Android Devices | survivethewalkingdead.com

Mobile games are taking the world by storm. There is a long list of paid games, but the number of free games is as long, if not longer. Many different games are available to mobile users. An Android game takes many forms. Some are short enough to be completed during the morning commute. Others games […]

Feeling Underwhelmed? Do You Work With People Who Are Uncommitted, Uninspired, Or Unworthy? | survivethewalkingdead.com

Feeling 'underwhelmed' is not talked about as much as being 'overwhelmed' is, however, it is just as much of a problem – and someone should call it out. One of the reasons it does not get discussed is because sometimes people feel underwhelmed at work when they are engaged with people who are uncommitted, uninspired, […]

History and Legacy of Submarines | survivethewalkingdead.com

The American tried to develop underwater boats and some were successful during the Revolutionary War and the Civil War. But those underwater boats were perceived to do more harm than good to their crews and their targets. By 1890, John Holland and Simon Lake developed practical submersible boats. On the foundation of the US Submarine […]

Humorous T-Shirts – A Unique Gift Guaranteed to Raise a Smile | survivethewalkingdead.com

Giving the gift of laughter in the form of a t-shirt can be seen in many different ways. You can use it to share a joke with your fellow human beings, or it can be enjoyed solely by the wearer of the t-shirt. They can be clean risque or just plain offensive, its your choice. […]

Paintball Safety Makes the Game More Fun | survivethewalkingdead.com

Paintball is growing sport not only in North America, but also the world. In North America alone, it is not uncommon to see organizations sponsoring a paintball competition or event. The beauty of the game is that people can play it casually or take it seriously. It's all up to the player. Although paintball guns […]

Prepping For The Whole Family | survivethewalkingdead.com

One aspect of prepping that gets a lot of mention, but not very many in-depth articles or posts, is prepping for the whole family. We see a lot of preppers that prep for themselves and their kids but not many are prepping for extended family, elderly parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents or pets. This oversight can […]

Rapport – The Main Ingredient in Relationship Magic | survivethewalkingdead.com

The ability to establish rapport is a critical factor for the success of any relationships. Whether you are a parent, a partner, a manager, a leader, a coach or a business person, your ability to establish a state of rapport with the important people in your life can greatly enhance your ability to communicate and […]