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Survival Instructor

You scored 100% That's 100/100 for the math challenged!

No sweat. You will be fine. Hell, you might even enjoy the process. Be careful, you might eat so well that you get sick on rich food every now and then. If I had to have a partner to do this survival thing with, it would be you or someone like you (and preferably a female!) You will do better in an unpopulated area. Get what you need - QUICKLY. Then get your ass to where it is safer. You could do quite nicely in most VERY remote locations with a good climate. Think the South/Western hemisphere or South/Eastern. The Aussie outback or South America would be ideal. Of course, you will need to contend with poisonous insects, snakes and other animals and all of the diseases you are ill prepared for. Within days, power plants will be offline, sewage plants will overflow and contaminate the water supply. Nuclear storage facilities will catch fire and explode spewing their toxins for hundreds of miles (remember Chernobyl?). Roving packs of dogs will become very efficient hunters and zoo animals will escape. Imagine a backyard in Calgary full of tigers or lions! You will need some weapons. Don't forget the ammo. Grab what you can and store it away safely. If you need medicine, get to a pharmacy and raid it. Take antibiotics, medicine for your illnesses, first aid supplies and equipment, bottled drinks (mostly water plus lots of water filters). Batteries are a good idea as well as a few gas powered generators and some fuel (gas stations require power to pump gas...just get it from the filling tubes located somewhere on the premises). Get to a library and get as many books as you can carry...knowledge is power. Go to a garden supply centre and raid all the NON-HYBRID vegetable seeds you can get. Remember, your new occupation is farmer. Find fishing equipment. Fish will remain quite safe to eat (as safe as they can be with all of the mercury in them...discard the liver from the fish to remain safer yet). A bunker would be an ideal place to shelter yourself (they have those in the wilderness? Well, you might be surprised to know how many bomb shelters are in remote locations.) If you can, get some radiation detection equipment. Try a military base...look for the NBCD bunker or NBCD training facility. You will find what you need PLUS you can find some very good transportation there. You need to get somewhere safe within 2-3 days. You will work your ass off getting supplies and preparing for the trip. You need to be hunkered down BEFORE the nuke storage facilities fail. Cheyenne Mountain would be a good choice if you knew how to run the water/air filtration equipment located there and you were able to gain access. You will be hunkered down away from sunlight and pollutants for at least 6 months. By then, the nuclear toxins will have been taken out of the air by rain. All plant life will be dead in those contaminated areas along with half of the animal life. Although the air will be breathable again, the ground will be radioactive for generations...you will need to get away from there. The categories are: 0-50% - Dog Food, 51-66% - Cub Scout Trainee, 67-83% - Survivor, 83-100% - Survival Instructor

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    They scored 100% on Survivability, higher than 100% of your peers.

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Wild dog pack victim

You might get by for a day or two but overall, you will get eaten by predators or die from exposure (and then get eaten by predators). Darwin wrote books about you and people like you. Most insects an... Read more

Cub Scout trainee

You might make it for a few days but you will not be able to protect yourself long enough to get to a safe place in time. You will do better in an unpopulated area. Get what you need - QUICKLY. Then ... Read more

Survivor

You will probably do alright for a very long time. You might even make it! You will probably figure out what to do in most situations and at least survive in one piece. You will not be VERY comfortabl... Read more

Survival Instructor

No sweat. You will be fine. Hell, you might even enjoy the process. Be careful, you might eat so well that you get sick on rich food every now and then. If I had to have a partner to do this survival ... Read more

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