Question by  npyro528 (30)

What is a good doomsday defense?

I need doomsday defense ideas.


Answer by  Max23 (18)

An excellent doomsday defense, and arguably the only surefire one, would be constructing an underground bomb shelter that will resist natural disaster and bomb threats. In this bomb shelter you should plan to have an ample supply of water, non perishable foods and a male and female dog that can reproduce and keep you company over the ensuing lonley years.


Answer by  RobertEdwards (8)

The ultimate defense against doomsday would have to be the temporal reverse. Rather, Time travel. Put an enclosed time agent in a bubble set to go off at exactly 5 seconds before doomsday. With an objective to fix the problem before it ever started.


Answer by  Manda (1103)

Well, if you are going to protect yourself from doomsday, you're going to need a fallout shelter, preferably a secret underground shelter.


Answer by  bob134 (111)

To avoid your doomsday destruction you could always build a bomb shelter with all of the essentials you would need for a long period of time, such as a large supply of water, food, and things to keep you occupied.


Answer by  DesertRat (699)

Which Doomsday are you facing? Is it in the game, or are you simply about to get your posterior handed to you by an opponent? Either take it like a man, or you can always go with the classic and tip the table over, spill everything, and ask, "Was that an earthquake? "


Answer by  Photog26 (4)

A good doomsday defense is to stay in an secured enough area. Prepare the basic necessities; food, water and even something that would protect you like a gun or knife.


Answer by  brett29 (467)

Well if it is zombies your going to need a sword because you don't need to reload them. If its natural disasters a bomb shelter.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

1. Live either far from people or have a strongly fortified location. 2. Have both guns and ammunition. Also have bladed weapons, because they don't have to be reloaded.


Answer by  danieljitaru (277)

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