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Zombies are on the loose in Second Life! Get your guns and waste 'em!


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Vaxx Nation Club & Zombie Hunt

Vaxx Nation Club & Zombie Hunt

When the zombies began to rise, the US Government set up "Health Stations" for vaccination against the disease. Vaxx Nation, as they became known, were safe havens from the disease. Now featuring live music, you can relax with friends or participate in the Grim Combat Zombie Hunt. Vaxx Nation is an open genre club (rock, punk, pop, Top 40, EDM), on an adult rated region.

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Forgotten Souls

Forgotten Souls

Forgotten Souls was once a thriving small southern town, hidden away in the dark swamps of Louisiana. No one really knows where the sickness started but it took hold and ran like wild fire. The dead began to rise and walk the streets craving human flesh! Forgotten Souls now destroyed and decayed is a last bastion of hope for those few survivors.

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Dark Sewers

Dark Sewers

Dark Sewers is the ultimate zombie combat region, 8 years and still going strong. This is a GCS zone, with a free HUD and weapon available. Explore the sewers, winter-land, forest, city, caves, and of course the manic level 18 mummy room!

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Grimly's Bloodbath & Beyond

Grimly's Bloodbath & Beyond

Grimly's Bloodbath & Beyond is a unique combat region where you can help save the world from the zombie apocalypse. Use an original combat system to fight zombies or do fun quests. There are also addition levels to tackle, including a desert area filled with mummies and a medieval fantasy world with orcs, goblins and elves.

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