Zombie 100 ~Zombie ni Naru Made ni Shitai 100 no Koto~

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Vol. 4 Ch. 14 - Treehouse of the Dead
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bareback on a wood slide dayum thats hardcore. Also I think the boar skulls are normally too thick to be killed with arrows so that just irks me a bit
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Kumano-san looks very huggable.
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He was a very good carpenter, so I don't think that's a problem MG
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Did he just slide on wooden planks with his bare ass?
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I like this. Thanks for this translation! Happy Holidays everyone!
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@Tamerlane Yo, thanks for that information
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Man,I hope his parents aren't dead. That'd be some heavy shit if it happens.
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Just like minecraft they punched trees to get wood
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Thanks for the chapter and Merry Christmas!
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Animals cells and plant cells are so fundamentally different that it wouldn't matter. @NamelessSoldier



It's unlikely that mosquitos would be affected in the same way or at all. They wouldn't target the zombies as they're shown behaving in the same way as corpses that can walk for all intensive purposes. Mosquitos wouldn't even acknowledge them and most likely would avoid them outright @kiosoma1

It's probably not as bad as it seems upon first glance. Given how the disease seems to infect in such a way that would cause decomposition to set in, various fungal species, heat from the sun, etc. would naturally eradicate most of the Zombies. Probably why there's still hordes of zombies is that the rate of new infection is still relatively high (This is just a few weaks if not months into the outbreak)@Seraphy @elefantine97 @Sep10trion

The disease is unfit to survive as it consumes all of its food source, which its reproduction is also tied to. Give it two years, most of the zombies will have died, will be suffering malnutrition from being in remote areas where the complex forms of food needed to sustain oneself can't be found (ie. Subways, underground networks, basements, etc.) which will lead them to starve to death. This is not to mention how its very possible just through adaptation, those who are unaffected by the disease are more likely to survive and reproduce viable offspring which will increase the allele frequency throughout the population. Additionally, single-celled life and viruses would most likely be able to adapt to the infection within a much shorter time frame, which would leave the zombies prone to other competition and diseases that would plunge it into competition.

Zombies are a very evolutionary unfit and would most likely not survive long-term and most species would be able to outlast it
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Honestly, if animals are infected then they are all kinds of fucked. Nice treehouse, though.
Always thought it would be interesting if some people were completely immune to the contagion and could walk near zombies with no ill-effect.
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Akira's dad sounds like a nice guy.
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They built a treehouse faster than I can build a dirt-house in Minecraft
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the fastest tree house building ever...
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@Seraphy very true
long term survival is slim when animals are not infected and are not desired by the infected
but if they are....
i'm afraid there's no chance
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If you have to worry about hordes of infected animals, then the whole world is pretty much fucked regardless of how remote you are.
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Kencho already healing but it's not even been that long enough to fully heal from that kind of bike crash. Thank goodness this series has a little bit of cartoon physics.
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Thanks for the chapter even though Christmas is right around the corner.
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Lol, kencho being nude in every chapter is inevitable.
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WTF they speedrun the house tree building. What kind of super speed architect shit this old man has? Finishing a house in less than 10minutes? Absolute bullshit.
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