BAYLOR UNIVERSITY: HUMANS VS ZOMBIES RULES 2012Overview:
"Humans vs. Zombies" is a game of tag.
All players begin as humans except for one who is randomly chosen to be the
unmarked “Original Zombie”
. This zombie does not need to wear a bandana forthe first 24 hours of the game or after 5% infection, after which they must wear abandana as would a normal zombie.
The Original Zombie tags human players and turns them into zombies. The
zombies must tag and “feed” on a human ever 48 hours or
he/she starves to deathand is out of the game.
Humans can stun zombies for 15 minutes by tagging them with a foam dart or bythrowing a clean pair of socks (or Kwoosh ball) at them.
win when all human players have been tagged and turned intozombies, by preventing humans from completing the missions, and/or completingthe final mission.
win by surviving long enough for all of the zombies to starve todeath, by completing missions, and/or completing the final mission.
These rules are not taken lightly; they are for your safety and the safety of others.
No realistic looking weaponry.
All dart blasters must be blatantly toys. This means bright coloring(custom paint or not) and blaze-orange tips.
Blasters may NOT be used or visible inside of academic buildings, jobs on-campus, residence halls, or libraries.
You cease to play the game once you go off campus.
Players using vehicles (cars, bikes, skateboards, scooter, etc.) are out of playas long as they have one foot within or on the vehicle, respectively. Thismeans that players in or on vehicles may not be tagged or fired upon, butalso may not fire or tag from on or within their vehicles.
Players riding bikes are to be given a 15 foot buffer zone at all times.Upon dismounting from a bicycle, the player has a 5 second count
(moderate “Mississippi” countin
g rule - must be spoken aloud) beforethey are considered back in play.
Cars are to be driven in a safe manner in accordance with all trafficlaws and are to be given a 20 foot buffer zone (or simply on sidewalks)while in motion, a 15 foot buffer zone while idle, a 5 foot buffer zonewhen in park, and no buffer zone when the engine is off.
Jumping off of or out of moving vehicles is illegal, dangerous, andgrounds for immediate banning.
Darts must not hurt on impact.