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October's Overwhelming Horde of Undead

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I started these guys in the summer (8 of the 24 zombicide zombies), to be honest. But I finished this week.

24 zombicide zombies in total (set 1 walk of the dead)

77159: Ghast (4)

9 skeletons (77237, 77238, 77239, 77240, 77241, 77242,77243, 77244, 77245)

77114: Mummy (4)

77211: Gauntfield

77201: Dragoth

91007: Bone Fiend

That's a lot of undead.

 

Wow.. Talk about a Cadaver Count !

 

I have more actually! I just won't get them done this month (more skeletons, zombies).

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Darkness falls across the land.
The midnight hour is close at hand.
Creatures crawl in search of blood.
To terrorize yall's neighbourhood.
And whosoever shall be found without the souls for getting down will stand and face the
hounds of hell and rot inside a corpse shell.
The foulest stench is in the air.
The funk of 40,000 years.
And grizzly ghouls from every tomb.
Are closing in to seal your doom.
And though you fight to stay alive.
Your body starts to shiver for no mere mortals can resist the evil of the Thriller.

 

Sorry. It's what I think of whenever I see a bunch of undead. I'm just waiting for them to bust a move! Great job on your dancers...I mean zombies!

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Cuz THIS is thriller!

 

(Before I read Pochi's post even!  Way to bust out the rap part though!)

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It's "terrorize *your* neighborhood" surely?

 

Vincent Price did th voice-over with his almost-British accent.

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It's "terrorize *your* neighborhood" surely?

 

Vincent Price did th voice-over with his almost-British accent.

I thought so too. I wanted to make sure to not screw up any of it and make sure I remembered it all so I looked it up and on every site I went to it said "y'all's". Going to go watch the video on youtube now......

 

Edit: Watched it and holy smokes, it sounds like he is saying "y'all's".

 

Didn't mean to hijack your post!

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It's "terrorize *your* neighborhood" surely?

 

Vincent Price did th voice-over with his almost-British accent.

That he said "y'all's" is definitely the case and is part of the charm of having him do that part in his distinct fashion.  Mwah  hahahahaha....(you get the idea)

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I love Dragoth sitting in the background, presiding over the horde.

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