Survivors FAQ - Zombie Rally @Trollhaugen Aug 18th > Zombie Survival Tag 101 - Survivor Info (non-Zombie folk) (17 entries)

A primer on what it is, what its not, and what to do while you're still alive...
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  • A Government or College-issued ID (license, passport, photo ID, etc), or a parent/guardian if you are a minor -And the signed waiver found under the "Info" link above if you are ...
  • Poor sportsmanship! The goal is to have fun, test your ability to survive the inevitable zombie plauge, and eat some brains if you don't. Outside food and drink. ...
  • If you make it back to the final "Safe Zone" with at least one health flag in tact, you will be named a survivor, will be given the cure, and will ...
  • Haven't you seen enough horror movies to know you never go into the woods? Without giving away any surprises, the woods are lethal. Instant zombification. Part of the game ...
  • Its only fair that survivors can reduce the zombie threat. Each zombie will have a single flag. If you want to risk your own life in the game for a chance ...
  • Zombies and competitors have specific instructions that they are only allowed to grab other participants' flags. Any violations will result in immediate ejection from the game at the sole discretion of ...
  • What happens when you lose your life in a zombie plague? Welcome to the undead horde! Keep in mind you only become a zombie after the round you lost ...
  • Take a run. Eat right. Run. Read zombie lore. Run some more. Watch zombie movies. Run again.
  • Give yourself at least an hour before the start of the game to get registered and ready. (No later than Noon.) Registration opens at 11:00am. Game starts at 1pm.
  • You should have a flag positioned on each of your hips. You should not tuck your flags into your clothes/belt/pockets, or you will be automatically disqualified. Flags should be ...
  • Peep all the Game Day info on the Game Day Info Page. Short answer is weather-appropriate clothes, friends, and a great attitude. As a survivor you can ...
  • The largest game of zombie survival tag ever played at a ski area, that we know of. Great times. Good food. Ample beverages. Destroyed egos. Surprise victors. And possibly a live ...
  • Everyone registers as a sole survivor. Whether you come as a group, or build a team and strategize with strangers on-site is entirely up to you. A good rule of ...
  • Your legs and your wits. Anything else will get you booted, quick-like.
  • All competitors need to be 16 years of age or older by game day, with valid ID.
  • Game and medical staff will be on site during the entire event. If you get hurt, our patrol team will work to get you back on the course, or send you ...
  • Only if you're okay with them being eaten. And if that's the case, the answer is stil no. No pets.