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Only one overland entrance and exit point. Easy to bottleneck but works both ways. If zombies can swim that compromises possible underwater escape, but walls look fairly unscalable. Best flight plan is a mid to large sized ship docked at a favorable point on the island that can't be easily boarded from the water, with or without tools. If your source of water (presumably) comes from the surrounding water being funneled and filtered into a purification system a rogue zombie stuck in the middle of that system could block or, worse, contaminate your water supply, necessitating a system cleaning and possibly repair depending on the damage done. Not much farmable land but depending on the island's population that may not be much of a problem. Uphill topography is favorable to the defender, no downside there. The many buildings lend usage to personnel, food, and equipment storage; conversely, during a zombie attack or raider assault they also make for a dangerous urban warfare setting. 8/10 on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 243)
@TrueJewBear, I'm sick of this crap, it just divides the community even more instead of trying to unify it. If a polar bear tried this he'd be called a left-pawed bigot #allbearlivesmatter on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 95)
@NotHitlersNephew, Just preparing. Never too early to strategize. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 85)
@KingofFunnypics, Yes. That is an AC power cord spliced with a Cat 5 network cable. Instead of a low voltage current associated with the network cable, you would instead be injecting a solid 110V directly into your network card. On a positive note, you'd be able to make s'mores with your newly upgraded Gateway laptop. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 93)
@ImfeelinWOODY, Nope we all saw it. No take backs. GoldenShower must now stay celibate for the rest of their lives. on Believe (Upvotes: 54)

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