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Zombie Hunter University, Fairview

Dr. Raglan's Scientific-Minimalist School of Dead Frontier Weapons, Builds & Boss-Hunting

Dead Frontier Undergraduate Program: Syllabus

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A. DESCRIPTION

The Zombie Hunter University's Under Graduate Program teaches fundamentals of Dead Frontier with an emphasis on the Theory of Scientific Minimalism.

This undergraduate program is designed for beginning students of moderate talent, trying to survive without paying millions of dollars on luxury items. Focus is on developing student skills from Levels 1 through 50, with an emphasis on lessons relating to the first four outposts and the surrounding zones.

Zombie Hunter University also offers post-graduate levels of study, for experienced students interested in advanced fields, relating to Dead Frontier's final outpost (Secronom Bunker), the nearby Black and White Zones, and the Wastelands.

B. ORGANIZATON

This is an informal program in which students learn at the university and apply lessons in the field. Field Work is unsupervised. 

C. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  1. Familiarize students with basic concepts of Dead Frontier
  2. Introduce the Theory of Scientific Minimalism. 
  3. Provide an understanding of Character Builds, Stats, Weapon Proficiency, etc
  4. Clarify the nature of threats and challenges faced in the first five zones on the Fairview map: Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Red.
  5. Provide step-by-step guidance on survival in Fairview's first four outposts: Nastya's Holdout, Dogg's Stockade, Precinct 13, Fort Pastor.
  6. Offer instruction in essential tasks (Looting, Grinding) and optional tasks (Missions, Boss Hunting).
  7. Preview some threats and challenges of post-graduate work in Secronom Bunker, the Black and White Zones, and the Wastelands.

D. GRADING PLAN

Program will be self-graded according to student success at accumulating wealth and gaining experience points to level up.

E. REQUIRED COURSES

  1. Dead Frontier 101
  2. Survival 190: Nastya's Holdout
  3. Survival 290: Dogg's Stockade
  4. Survival 390: Precinct 13
  5. Survival 490: Fort Pastor

F. REQUIRED READING

G. REFERENCE INFORMATION


PROGRAM OUTLINE

The undergraduate program is divided into the follow five sections:

1. Prep Course & Reading:

2. Freshmen Course & Reading:

3. Sophomore Course & Reading:

4. Junior Course & Reading:

5. Senior Course & Reading:

Students not interested in pursuing a graduate degree are invited to audit whatever courses will be of value to them. Required Reading and Reference Information (listed above) work well as stand-alone items.

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