The story of a zombie ravaged Tokyo, and the struggles of its few remaining survivors.
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(with the whole story happening on Twitter and in the LongShorts app)
The #SBYSH general guide to handling the infected:
The infected are slow on their feet. As a general rule, we recommend a “flight before fight” attitdue unless otherwise unavoidable.
There is no known cure to the virus. If you are bitten or infected, please carefully consider those around you before traveling in a group.
The following safe houses have been compromised/evacuated: La Foret (Harajuku), Togu Palace (Akasaka), Maeda Residence (Komaba Park). #SBYSH
Military communications indicate mass movements of the infected in the following areas: Ueno, Akihabara, Ryogoku, Kiyosumishirakawa.
Stay safe tonight, people.
And please, if anybody is out there, send word. #SBYSH
If you hear announcements from the government, please do not take them immediately at face value. #SBYSH
The official word internationally is a flu outbreak. A more dangerous, fatal strain of the H1N1 virus.
The unofficial word is, all boats and planes attempting to leave Japan are being sunk or shot, and their passengers murdered.
Battles continue in Hokkaido, where the infected are slowed by the cold weather.
According to recent communications, local armed forces are positive they will have the situation under control by the end of the month.
I found survivors. #SBYSH
Small group of survivors at Jingumae. #SBYSH
There are survivors in Jingumae?
Seems like it. Everybody talking about "the cleanse". Know anything?
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